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Canterbury and Balwyn Musical Society. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

Cautcrbury and Balwyn Musical Society. ---:o: A very pleasant social evening wans s3 ent by the uIetlmers and friends of the ablove society in Uolding's ]H ll on Friday evening, IDecember 11tthI. As thllis entertlinimenlt was the break up of the sesono thero was n oll. usually large attendance. The programsoe +s 1anll ioterestiog and diversified one, aond was exceedingly well renderedl by all who took part in it. The singing and playing of the yongy ladies was an illteresting featrrU in the performonoc, Wnd lwas much appreciated by nil present. Theu following is the programmat oone tlhroghi :-'ianoforo solo, "' La Styriell," Miss iHanseno ; song, " My lilf for lcthee," Mr. C. S.CCunninghamlll nog, " Masks and Faces," Mrs. CunninghamtL bnllljO solo, "Th' o old folks nat lhoe," Mr. Adams: song, " The soldiers' goodt-byo," Mr. (i. Il. Jefflerson; !llnm; on, ' "BIR ill -l ltoeI'ltoatltl arts. "lrThi )Dultch lrigade," Mr. Woodvillo; pianoforte solo, " iFra liavolo," Miss a51111111; nog, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Whitechapel Murders. REPORTED CLUE TO THE MURDERER. FURTHER PARTICULARS. LATEST DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

Thle Whitechapel Murders, 1IPORTEI) CLUE TO TII MUlKDEItl11. S FURTHIEJ( PAllTICULAIuS. ..l.rTSR D ir.;TAIr.S. A. i'dpreseitafivo of "o "-The People who visited Whiteelhapel lhst nighft succleeded in obtaining somo ndditionnt larticiula?is, wihlihi add I considerably to tle sensaitiodinl eharinoor of theo woman's, stbiy. h Slho sl~es ihat !several timnes during tlie, period tlhe mian lived in the model dwelligs' she iiiforimed liher hus. baud- of lier suspicions, but until tlio discovery of the blood uiponi thle 1ints, ihe 'Ireated tlio iallter indilere ntly. After. wards, however, liuurged licr to iimaklo a sitemnent to lthe police, but thlie reison she refused wais owing to theb represouta tions iniidu to hur by thu oilciual connected with tho bluildings. 't'hv strunge wanishe descriled as-ni naccomplished liinguist, and ableo to speakle tFrcncl h and Germnit fluoiitly, as she frequently hsenari him in convArsation with somo foreigners who lived oii the same flat. .Iis ,general ld...

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Mr. G. V. Blackburne's Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

Mr. G. V. Blackburno's Picnic. -:0: At the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Illackburle, the cchoir of St. Peter's Ullrch, Ilox hlill, aod i a few of his friends assembled at his residence on Wedlnesday morning, and were conveyed in it drag and tralts to a very picturesque spot on the banks of thle Itrivr arra at Templestowe, whlere they arrived aifter aIt very pleasant drive of ahout an hour. On arrival, linner was partaken of, to which nmple justice was dono; iafterwiwhich a race for thei young ladies was got up, lwhichi was won by Miss ItHugliton after a very exciting race; oni the conclusion of which couples were formed, who chose a quiet spot on the banks of the river, where, free from idle gaze, " soft eyes spoke love to eyes which spake again." 'Towards five o'clock the company began to wendt their way back to camp, where they found lea readtly. Aftelor full and mple justice 1had been done to the good thllings provided, several of the ladies andl gentle Inan favored the comti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOX HILL V. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

iDnx 1111.1" V. Jall.Yvii.I . Thlis match was playedl at llox I ill on New Ycur's Day. The flollowing are the scure: liox 111i.t.. Anderson, a Oliver b lHutlton .. 0 teele, hlilt wicket, b lllHutton .. 21 Cook, c Illntoin b Oliver .. lIeid, 0 Grace II Oliver .. .. Jleycrlt, I Oliver ..0... O Hweetlandl, a lllutton Ii P'oyer .. 7 Ileckl, e and b Oliver .. .. .. I Williams, \V., b Poyr .... Johnliollc, a Oliver Ib toyner .. Mealcer, not out .. .. .. 12 Williams, J., ran out . . . iarlbour, ca lld b Oliver .. .. 1 Extlias......... . . Total .... .. .1 Ivimo .ii:. (Lntalon, In, \V. Willimns .. .. 1 P'ierce, a Cook Ii W. Williaiis .. 1 Mutton, MI., b W. Williams .. .. 1 hill, a Iteid b WV. Williams .. .. I1 Bruce, b Meider . . .. Lloydl, a Mlealder ib W'. W'illiiams . 3 Grace, c J. Williams b WV. Williams II loynier, a Sweetland b c3Mader .. 0 Joy, Ii WV. Williams ...... .... Oliver, W., a \V. Williams Ib Meatier 1H leach, not out ... ... II Slivin, c JoIhnstone It Meader .. 0 Tloltal .....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PLUM PUDDING POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

PLUM PUDDING PL'OE''ITiY. (I3y a half-roasted Christmas (mose, or a New Cllhuliln's first experience of an Aus tralian Christmas.) Oh, boiling Christnias thou ceon'st so strange, Noyulu-log, no lcheeing fire within the range Alas, no goosu, no turkey, to mark theu day, And no blazxing plum pidding to slow away. I look outside, but no snow I see, Lussciouis fruit ists insteid up on L e litree. I'Parrots and butterflics keeop flying by, Wiith thie hueat mid flies I'm lit to die. lMeni iin starched lineni and ladies In white Hntees to usie oineIhow it don't look riglht. Thloughlts of lasut Clhristiw they ientIer Iny Of happly 0100c at h1luie 1've left behind. IRound their Clhristmas table I know they'll think of ana Their suno ihr thu laid fat' over (lie sea While eating utnnpdding 1311d turkey they'll wish T1- was eating out of Ithe very sane dish. A Nins a t hiuI I'll sipendil once mior And join in thlrfuii as in days of yore. lots of coipany at XInnIs theoy'll have this year, lint o...

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BOX HILL V. CANTERBURY (Club Elevens). [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

Box Hu.Ir. v. C.sxrt:nntrw (Club Elovoens). The above tateltc was played at J]ox Hill on Saturday last, the scores being as follow : lox Ifit. Sweetland, I Ockwell.. ... 1:1 A. .lolhnstocne, b T'urner .. .. I .1. Williams. Turner .... 1i S. ]tlackbburn, b Ockwell .. .. 0 Brewer, b Turner .. .. . 1 .I. lellord, b Ockwell .. ... 27 ittbour, b do .. .. O .1'. Kellord, c and Ib Ockwell.. .. 0 .lolhnson, b Turner ...... ... - S. Sutton, lBarton, b Ockweull ... O A. Hutlto, not oat .. .. .. O Sundries .. .. .... . I Total .. .. .. .. 71 Ockwell bowled best, taking sMyte wickets, aInd Turner thred. C.Sxrnnttuttr. Spear, b Sweotlaind .. .. 0 Smiall, b do. ...... 1 Ockwull, Iesw, i do .. .. .. 0 (foode, b .I. Williams .. .. 2 Cotmpton, c Sutton, Sweetlandul .. I Turner, C JIohnson, b do .. -1 IBrooks, Ib SCeetlanr .. ... .. .1 Walker, c and b A. *lrohnslor .. 2 (Iiregson, c Jirewer, b Swcetlland .. 1 lltitto11, not out . . .. .. 1 Total.. .... ..i Sweetlanrd took seven wickets for 141 rtruns...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

Govoernment Advertisomont. r )IN)EUllS are invited for the 'urchlase * t1 amt lletlovtl of the (Otl ri'l'k t nildk ing and the (I Id W uoolen Building lately used for State Sehool utparses, Nitnatwaditg, No. "Lill. '111 11pa5rliculars at tIhe Police ataion, itox I tile~' Telnder:; to be lodged on or before Jatntary 151th, at 12 o''lock noon. Th.' hiehest or iany tender not neciessarily accepted. J. 'MAIN, Scuretaty._ Eduettion l)leparttet., AI (Ith Jannuary, 18i01, Council Advertisement. *ý ..' 111111 01' NUNAW\ADIN .G. '1'EN DElS will be receivcd uo4 to 1 p.Mn. son Monday, 10th January, lstl, for Lighting the Street Oil lamnps in theu Shire, either the whole or in sections. By order, W. -HAUMITON, Shire Secretatry 8OUTIt-E.AS TERl N PIIOVINCE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF' )ANDE. NONG AN) 131;1WICI. NLINA\WADING DIVISION. TIIA. Gencral Lists for tht abovo Division _ cir nw cropieaRtttav ius iin * udo u ;til thle- day apptointed for revision, at my otIlice, Post olllce, Inltwood, at 6very p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

*Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. YON SW1EET AN1D P1lt 1-1Uit M1) G0 1'O G-.b Redman (a nti'bluy Bakory,;. CANTERBURY' ROAD, CANTERBURY. WVAlilAN'I l1) tilE FRlOl AT.T, .)lir4.1 I)nily hi Cnnterbi ury InmllberIl l, WC 1 lhnt e $urlOy. 1IIi. , . I'e-only. tinker in Ole Colony of the Il Y J ENi ' s El *u'secomnueited In 1h e leni l di1n Lo1don - *r~ P ia nelie and Tel l nrliea Cnte d for on the Rhortesd t-° Orders by 1'i .+rr SADDLE & HARNESS" MAKER, White Horse Road, B3ox Hill 4'1O SI'ITE TIlAMI 'TlU INU ), And at Camber well. C.hI1ARRI.L 11111 IlitiGY 'Il.\NESS nygo Aswvrlituet of Pourtatutiaulcrs, Blrid S.. Glhiiiioi'" oo l 15 il: ". (,t. 011,Ai1i GAIl U I ULT.Ih1.(,Y IT IUTI' )l1 F W ii 1 H it (1444l-lauil 1 11 i llnttnii'it ,', 01 11: cIliiibed4li .i4' Notl' ciilils'ralhS I'll ENEINT~S. IMIISSES COLLINGS ,F ' rlýTi.w'tov SiTe'rraI'., l lox 11 1n.,~ UJlnvoa muielh Ieasue in iiforining ( lit, li dclate ofr ox 1 ill nit .slirounding disttiets. 1i1I. they have a .arlge iu ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

C'ONSI MAIII.Sl.i. disgust hlats l!un created ill the minds of nil those who have the interest and goodwill of Box HIill tit heart, owing to the rulmour that has been going about of late, mid which is to the elfect that thle hRilway (ommlissioners do not intend to ecect at now brick station lit Box lill during the next live years. Of course, it is only -a runllour, Iand in this ease it is to be fervently hoped tlhat it is utterly devoid of truth, l ut what tends to give it tlhe senmblance of reality is tile fact that nbout .C100 have been spent ly tile Commissioners ulponl tle erec lion of ta small wooden structlure, contiguous to the present buildings. If time departiment intend to build a commodious briei station at lox Hill, it is argued, and with a great deal of. ti'uthl too, there would be no occiasion to put iup the wooduin otnement alluded to, whiic is placed, oil its preseint site, forl the convenience and comfort of tile stationnastelr. 'Tils addition to tle present station...

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Meterological Observations. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

Motorological Obsorvations. --:o:--- The following,' is a tIablu of Ille o:li'irvn. liutll fur the week euling Hlth .iiimauy, inkeit frIom the Shire lnill rectsr. at 1i a.m. daily, uxucept Suntiday: IatIl. Ma lill l"lllI .III. I . .1 2.11.. 77 ill - W W\\' , J 2 , l.;,11.i 77 6I - W & SW , 1 21-a:10 77 5II W lt S 2, ,1 .. i'. 0 N1 1 0 o N , i . . 211.J 71 I ,12 SW / ..2.78 7:1 58 SW , 8 2? I .48 7.1 I r I N bIleA, Ic ortcr. 1i'1DAY, JANlUAUY U, 181)1.

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BOX HILL V. BAIRNSDALE TRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

plux susm, v. Julirnsnme1u Al: '1 mis. IT alolbovo mILtclit' ius plziyed nat Uniras. dale on Boxino g DI and resullted as followes: Oxs 1111,11.. l U\ liil lI. T. Buck; b,.M11416)y . . . ftli:biidersbn, h do 7 - J. 3tcclo, o Glarlick, b 1Luttrill 111 C. While, b l3ucgb y.f .; 0 Q ]3wyuc(,a , b b1.%a .. .. 1i (). itde, a Solby, b Fellttrill. . 11 A. Howes, a Mun, Garlick 0 O W. TItus, li 'outill . 8 f.' oon, not out . ..10 J. W ilson, b Fonttrill .. . , 1 W. Meader; b e'outtrill 0. Exlrtras . 1a Total ,, ,, ,, ..1W'J Jitruxumawsr M'Kay, W110acdor . ,. .. 18 Iurge, a"Tnd I, Titus .. .. 50 Fouttrill, a Titus, b Toon .. 7 Mlillisch, o Hrowex, b Tooui . .. 12 Wilson, o anid b Mender . . .. 4 Munna, lbw, b lcader .. .. 1 Faultril, b Titus .. .... 2 Hlewart; nol out .. 2 Slljy, U Meader .. O O'Grady, b Titus .. .. .. . Gilson, b dleader O Extras . . .. Total .... ..10:

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ORDINARY MATCHES. BOX HILL V. SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

ORDINARllY MATCHES. ]Tills inuticli was played at inlo on XmasI Day, and resulted in t win fur the latter clib. The following are the sorcr-e DJo. J111,1. JHlSeele, b Cruth .. .. .. 1i S. Anderson, b M~onatld .. .. 0 C. White, b Cruth . . A. Llolves, b Ml'Donatlld ill. t \. Mender, lb Cruth ".. .. .. J. Toon, b Coverdalo .. .. .. 7 C. licid, b Marson . . 'W. Titui, b M'lDonald O. U1syortr, b Masonn . O J. Wilson, a nid b Mllonald .. 10 T. Deck, not out .. .. 1 T. 1cek, not out .... .. T Iotale . ..1:18 Hillett, a Wilson, b lMeader .... 7 T1'rolour, b Titus, .. .. 21 M'D)onld, b 119 onu1c .... ..I1 C~ octit%1u, b 11o~vpps .. .. 8 Irutlh, haveel r .. :I uffy, Ilot .. .O A ii Anderson, b Iloi ` Wordloy, b Ilowels .. 5 t'.l 1.1E~trta :.'.

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SPORTING. CRICKET. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. CANTERBURY V. DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

SPOR'iING. C1ICKIYT. 1EP'oiri'Et TIOP'IIY -MATOChJ I. K C.txreiolunv v. Doxcr.tsrn, This miatlch was contlitued on Slaturday; 27th tilt. Doniaist J roesinied batting with tlvo \vcketd tfo rai. iljctk, taking tup lieo attak againstal, tlio bwllng of Maeckie, 'scored 1i. Ilolun failed to place one, wlhen iuthler laiind owtqd Buck in his second ball. 0-11--.tll leubirgong, tlhe liat nian, failed to scorie, being bowled in Snutherland's last ball. 10-0-6i1. Canterbury started their second inningswith e1 to theo good. SHutherlaind and MPhiersoni went to the wickets., Johnson and JIullei bowling. uins camie very slowly, both batL in playinig cautiously. When the Don. castor::;kipiler relieveid lullen, ho was auccessful in boiwling Ai1'luerson in his fir st over. 1-1i--1. Lyncih next, the game became very slow. White bowling throee nialidens in suceession,- wheni Sutlhecrland began to force the running,graduall y brought the scoro up lwhen Lynch; whlo hlad been lattiing well, was bowled by...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THRIFT AND THE NEW YEAR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

je L Ulitibbl",INltisUIS, 'JlliLFT ANI) TIIlt:NJ \V YEAlt. 'TO i'i' ftii r'iii13 3 1 ' '111 illiioiiTiiL. 'e11That theriiit a.. great,.niord side to thu -4'ttun of thrift i (i truthI that niobody iln 'their oidilittipry sellses caiildety, to encour ngo'thriofGlis tlltrofore to put a spoLke in the wheel of niorhlity.tund I amI asking you, Sir, once miore for nthat helpt at the begiinning of this year you have buen .." good as to give iu for many years past,' vin:-to itmprove the miorals of the peoplo by prooiting sav ing and careful halits. On the second of aiiiuary last I received a letter (ono of suveral) ill which the writer expresses himn :elf as follows:-" I have had inuch pleasure iin again rctdling one of your stirring atppenui to thie people to prauctiu thrift. It is a good Imany years since I lirast read one of your articles iearing on thrift ol I utuu glad. to say it madle at man of ime. About ta years ago I took to pay into the Metilburnrou Haings Ilnind moy odd ensh ttiat...

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SURREY HILLS V. BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

SaUlllcr I fr.'H . v. ]bei Itll.l,. IThee 'two clubs Imet for the first ti o thlsi scaonll oil thle groundlll of the formelllr, onl Saturdlnay last. Thle weather was illl that could he desired for a good display of battillng. BMender Ilhaving wolln the tos sIt tIhe uLrrey to hat; Charge Iand (iunni r as Iusal taking their places at the wickets, Mender and ehallbor being tile bowlers. Iloth hatlsulllon 1played very caultiously and thIle scorle was raised to 1:I, whenl Chargen was bowled by Meader. 1-4-1d. D. M1. Wilson joined OGunnlller and runlls cal morel freely, the board showing 2-21-13 t- l when (i1nncr was caullght 1by leader, al Scllleber. Clark joined Wilson, bult lafter Ithe score lhad beenll illncreansedl by live rens. Sellilber, who 1had been bowling splendidly, clean bowled Wilson. 13-111-40. Brandt was next, but lIe was 110011soon inii trollle, beinClg enIIghIt 1and bowled by1 White, who had relieved lMeader at thle nilway end. 1-:31-It. Marshl was lnext, but aflter addi...

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SURREY HILLS V. MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

Srenii I 11.1.r v. Mirwri.nII. This iatclh was played on thile igrouind of the former oin the 20th andstil 27th of last month, and resulted in a win for the Mitcunat by lieo wickets.' The Surrey were first to bat. Charge ot(Iand Gunner facing the bowling of Gledudes and Titus. The partnership, how. ever, was not lasting, as (iS tncr was bowled by W. Titus. 1-1-1. ]Brandt tilled the vacancy, but only to sce Charge bowled by te santa bowler. 2-2-4. 1). M. Wilson was next, but JIrandt was shortly aftorwaird's cauglht. ti-2-0. W. Wilson partuocrod his brother, mld by steady play those two bliatsien broighit thi score up o "11, when W. Wilson wais snlartly caught yV. Titus of ll1atty. 4-1M-46. Staines was noSxt, but iafter i had been added to tue score lie was howled by latty. 15 -0-4f. H. Dunn andl 1). I,. Wilson were now together, itd mado e lthings pretty lively in the field. Thle score standing at fill when Dunn hit one oat from llatty. ii-1--flil. W. Dunn filled his brothler's place...

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Hawthorn Police Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

Hawthorn Police Court. -0--- T.cineiy, T1:XUAiiy LIMN. lPatrick Crowl ay c's oliairied w'sitlh driving without li ghts, obscene niiiguage, antii resisting (1le police. Tnspector Brown prosecuted, and 'ir; iiuison appiearitled for (i the defeniice. The offence was illogotl to lhave been Conup Itef l:"otý :Cn\ns,1wcý'C~· Ilip dsfpealjlii· i n iight-cart witihout liglhts. Constable Iltylie gav'e evidence to. the etYcut. thiat, li arri'eted prisoner' oil the nighilt of the l24th De.)cenmber last in Bur.t woo(irond. tIo wis driving witlhout ligýJt qq' L'Ig'rel hi, \ hat ii by at to use of very obscene hulngliugo. Ile tlhen iticinpted to arrest tie iprionler, but lhe started lotdrivo on, l Ie, howeover. managed to 1ll hii t Ii ty the Uart, and salid lie tonidi ihnvo e toitlaiketlhin' to1 (li l watcir. hiouise. '['Tli prisonpr then madeo n,blow, it him, striking hinit oiiateyiblwin a'tlib' face. In cirossaeexnmination, lioe constaible said lie lhad becon oi ilIty fromu ( o'clock (huot. eve...

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Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

Box Hill Corlt. Flwo11., *.NUAIY 2ND. lefore Meisss. Wil. EIllingworth (in thie chair), Captain (iarside, W. 11. .Lovering. Ernest Huggins was changed with umisbehaving himself tit Alitchaml onl theI night of tlheo 21t1 .I)ucolbor last. 110 was driving about the street in company '.Swith it firiod, 1(and was, at tlines, making use of ad languoage. Fined 20s.; in defaiult, 11 days. Tihe same dolfndauilt was ciariged witll driving over the footpaths in Mlitchain on thlo 24th .)loo nber last. Constablo ((ordon stated that on the night of tho 24lth l 'locnlber h Lremonstrated wilth the defendanillt, 11(d tried to gt Ililm to go hom110111, built 10 would niot. Mr. 'il'Koi(n, Lwho appeare1))Id for tih defendant, stated that the police were manullacturing ovidence, anud woro do ing all- lthey could to havue the do1. fondant lined. Hio raised tilhe ojc tion tllhat no Lvidollnce hadll on adduced to show tlhalt the olffence wis columitted within, the precincts ofi a mltunicipality, and its th...

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The Box Hill Cricket Club in Gippsland. CHRISTMAS TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

The Box Hill Crickot Club in Gippland. CItllSTMAB TOUII. (ny oln Srnetlru. colunl srEoztoNT.) --On Xmias Evo the following boys bought their own tickets, and l)proCeoded to malo, vi. :-W. Meaondor, C. White, J. Toon, J. It. We toril,. Nilsonl 0. 13myrGt 1V Titus, A. tTtovbe 1 . Ano dlj, 13aaltiJlt tolo an (}:TIwit. 'taringf'rom PFrincesl' .Uridgoa Station at 1t.4O p.mi., and gotting into a saloon carriago mnost of thelo (loani s Cre togetheor, and, notwithstanding the crusll, the ourney was somowhat tedtlus,n but the slug. ing and (hoir good spirits mando thinigs pios apt tis0toril . On arrivasvo.wsrug Introlnesi k hii'attontlon Ir his<loltii o ooir coni0 t,t lieurroiigumentts for accoti inodation lboling left in his lhands. HIaving bcn told to go to the Star Itotel, thithelcr we wentc, and it can safely ie said that for quality the eatables wore unsurpiaslabl, but ithltW Wa linobt tlilt liiinigry moii desired, as ( sinantity wna as iiiuli below as the ij(iftIIly twis' bb...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Surprise Party to Miss Plaisted. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 January 1891

A Surpriso" Party to Missl', Plaaisted" A very i ie'Oable aind 'peasant surprise party wn1''otendered on' Now Your's evenllillng t Alls, Plaisted ly guardians, inuumnlant,> ichoir, and imembers of St. Potor's Chitut.h, anlld soverlal leadiing residlents of Iox'IJll in all about 50. i Mr. I. Sergeanit occupied tllh elpmil and after full justice Iad 1he)01 donie tb the good things liberally provided by the ladies, proposed the toasts of a The Qunon," and "'Thu (iover'C'nor'." Dlr. lauglhiton proposed 'VThe i.'laisted at ilily," nantd waisliud thil)t, on bolhalf of the compallny, a vo\ry prosporous and hiappy new 'your. lResponded to by 1r. i0ate. l1r. hMurplly proposed'",Tlie Chlair of St. Potor's,"' and spok'T ighlly of thllu. Very oreditable way in which the inusieia portion of the servico was enderedalo . Mr. llackburnio suitably responded. Mr. (Cox, ini a nelat dplmpl, ¶ippppMeud 'The 1 Iealtli of Mlr. Groon, the ilcuiilnboil nt, ',, iid, inutdu pL l10i 11 elnclc to 1;S lký'alu...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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