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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

A Card,. (Late of Collins Streeoot). having commenced practico at Biox Hill may be consulted at 'his rosidence Whito-Ilorse Road, next polic station, daily. Hours of consultatioi: Mornings ... before 11., Evenings ... 0 to 8. D)ouble Fees charged to patients visi. ted at their honimes after 0 p.m. PIANOS TUNED AND REl'PAIll~ D. G. STEVENS; "Ellesmer, Victorin load, Hllawthorn. (From Eraud and Collard and Collard. Piano, Organ and liarmonum RKoya made to order and repaired for the trade. G. S. long business experience in Ihe 'ianio 1ade will be a sufficient guarantlee that all work entrusted to his caroewill be carried out in a tirstclass Imanllller. MISS CLEMENCE, AlRT MllLLINER, Burwood Road, Upper Hawthorn (Opposite Tower Hotel). -.Dressaking ?exeuled on theo PIromisos. :Millinery a Speciality. M. Fitzgerald, COLLA1I, SADDLE &1 IIAIINESS MAKEIl coaNl:Il O1 ]ounndary & Cantorbury Roads, SURREY HILLS. Every description of general repairs p1romptly execouted. COL.LAII...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LATEST GEM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

FaIrwcelll, d10111 girl, fbrLwd ll farcwelI, 1 t ovcr udiall lorI Ioyo 1uo112 li11 p eaemnod coinfoil, you m1113y d11cll, .. And I'll go 11om11e to mnotlhr. MIural perforniors on broims ilnstrmnuIInw wereo, 2') years ago, COIiutIy.lbuid of bwar. Thoro'o it mine of u ditTeOiio boLweoii / i ground plotIand a Plot of ground,'" remarkedl the Nilulist, na he boiled his *cnan of dvmn. aito.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Extension of the Brick Industry in Canterbury. OPENING OF THE MONT ALBERT BRICK WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

Extension of the Brick Industry in Canterbury.. OPENING OF TIlE MONT ALUEIlT BRICK WORKS. Tihe present age is essentially one of brisk competition. IIn order to keep pace with the times, men of business arc compelled to allow no opportunity of improvementc to escape their notice. Every advantage must be taken to ensure success. Tihe man of energy ind intelligence requires little teaching to know that unless lie is prepared to take the lead in anil that pertains to the advancenment of his business, lie must fall to the rear, and allow |lý IIdtnO,.uhAvý.fCorenthe filnecessity of eo0m. of advanced ideas to take the foremnost rank. There is lerhaps no lirm in Canterbury or district who have so systematically taken the flood tide as Mr. E. Cornish, of the Mont Albert Brick Works. The result has boeen a success, and they are daily increasing their business to such an extent, that they have been obliged to spend large suns of nioney in extensions and improvements. The rccntly became cognis...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IS LIFE WORTH LIVING? [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

IS L'IF' WVORT'I LIVINOi 1 [IuY TURIINE .rHL'IN(ISHN.j Is life worth living'? To us it may; Inlt still we notice overy dlay :. Sights that give it vague nisgivilg, That life is scarcely worth the living. Take ia walk down a city street, Observe the objects yonr eye may meet; Watch that ntitci.h-grl plod along, NUver-ending poverty her life-lolig sung. No joy for her thllis side the grave, Fromlli orn till night compelled to slave To earn wllat, ibut a crust of breilad And ia bed of straw to rest her wuaryheald. lceo that Ilnhaggard womanlll oil yondler rivtr's What's life to her? 'Nolhiag biut at blank; I isteli to her cry of dtiark detcliir; A eplash, so coils her soirrow and Tl er care. No friollls halndllo to kindlly chelo', All dead silo once did love so dear,. .. lShe scorns to ask It lidst of bread,.. Preers rathlier to be iuniboreil with illo dead. Look at thioso clhildiirdu s iio?nribly clad,. Never heard it kind word to lilikli theii hearts iladl, CuOnlled an kicked front l...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE, --:o:- NUNAWADIING COUNCIL. MIONDAY, JAN. 1I). l'resent: Cr. l'opporill (President, in the chair), and Crs. Riawlings, Bishop, Ellingworth, Ilodulloy, Morton, Serpoll, and M'Arthur. Proevious to dealing with the corres pondence, Cr. Ellingwortg miioved the suspension of the Standing Orders. This was seconded by Cr. M'Arthiur anld carried. Cr. Ellingwortll than said it had been decided at thu last mooting for the whole council to moot on Whiteo horse-road. Several of thu couitmillors whose language and mannier on thile occasion was most offensivo. Cr. Rawlings had said he (Cr. Ellingworth) was guilty of cheating the ratepayers, and calling upon his Maker he (Cr. Rawlings) allirmied in a most demon strative manner that he would make it his duty to inform, the ratepayers of the tricks that ha (Cr. Ellingworth) had been guilty of. When lie asked himn what hle meant by the tricks, he (Cr. Rawlings) replied that it was the meanest piece of trickery to cheat the ratep...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Orange Celebration at Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

The Orange Colobration at Box Hill. ---:o:-- The flirst auniversary of the Loyal 1Hopotoun Lodge, L.O.L., No. :121, was celebrated lhtst Sunday afternoon by divino service ill thile Tempranceu hall. The chaplain of the lodge (R1ov. J. Barton) conducted the so' vice, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Walton, of tlioe lingwood Lodge. Tile imusi cal lart of the service was rendered by the united choirs of the four Pro testant churches of ]Box lill, under the leadership of Mr. Luko; Mr. Williams presiding at the organ. It may not be out of placo to llention that the singing by the lchoir was ex oollont throughout and reflects veiry groat credit on the condnlbtor. ' The brothren of the Order' having assembled in the upstairs room0 marched in procession to their places in the Hall to the singing of , Onwari Christian Soldiers " by the choir. On its conclusion thue choir rendered the anthem '' I was glad whien they said, unto me," after which the sor vice began with .singing " Ielbro Jehovah's Awfu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

Box Hill Court. Fuai).Y, JANUAIIY 16. Blefore Mfjor Dartrap, P.31. and Melossrs. W. Lllingworth mnd J. Pop porcll, J's.P. TiuvnT CAni.s. Truapt ollicer v. 13roadhurst for neglecting to send his two children to school the required number of days, was fined 10s., or in dofault 48 hours. Saume v. 'Thos. M'Loan. Same charge, Fined Gs, or 21 hours, Same v. U. 1. Poarce. Same charge. Fined 5s, or 2.1 hours. Dr. A. P. Vaughan sued 11. 11. Boyco for .05 for medical sorvices ron dorod. Verdict for amount with l0s. Gd. costs. Sikbler v. Piper sued for .07 14s. 8d. .for ..goods, supplied+ Verdiot for amount, anud5s. costs, to be recovered by distress. 1NSUrTINO ]3nIIAVIOun. Win. Nelson was charged with insulting behaviour and resisting the police. Constable Jones, the arresting constable, deposed that the accused was misconducting hiimself in Station. street, and when he proceeded to arrest him, fought violently and tore his uniform. Four previous convic tions having been admitted, accused was...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. MITCHAM V. BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

SS P O I TI N" G. .-:0: - Ci1IC0K I8'. It/P 2CRT 2I 1 TROPIY. MA'LC l CIIIHE MrcU i44 L 118 441 IBox .lhln. Tauho two cluli met on tohe ground of the L furcr lcstl turd loayl to try colil W.Jsio1 I o thIl r ight tio appropriat the Ilbovo trophy, time 8ll10ille, fa la' it hails goe ,I), being in favorof lox Hlill, 1thoe cores being Mlitclltln ipll as againh 1.i8 mlado by the visitors. At 3.15 Mrrder lost the Lous to W. Titus, tie lhtior decidiilg to take thi fliid. Steclo anld Auideron r.1 oro thiu Iirti to blit, bul be. 4o1n li4l4ly.rlslll lcro inm111 0 Silolureuciv l 44 aII?y blow llolmll |n-bumpy Ia ll fronl Cronil, whic41h ncu1 itatl d I1 rt4 " I elc lOll|n , d 11 Ill hiiil L?ool the vl2441141. e2re2'i?se, llt A?lllderson faile to pily Crunin 42n I r4 ttre I with 4t "drelaed zclro for al 24o4r.. 1--1) -,t. I1lid pht1ed tironel hingle to hi i. cru'it, whil.,t W\hitie was 'n44drin4 ralphidly;, n4 ?dI t44 4 s14j l 4i j d ri4n m'4a4li4 d ilthu doVlfall , of IloI. i: :I - '1. l' lson4...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hawthorn Police Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20TH.(Before his Worship the Mayor(Cr. Gillman), and a full Bench of Justices.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

Hawthorn Polico Court. -o TvUEus., JA.tu.?vy 20TI. (Beforo his Worship thoe Mayor (Or, Gill nian), and a full 13oiieh of Justices.) PslrosrITr.N N?aIoT-ttioi, A nightman named Ilunda Errilnn was brought up and chargoed' fth spilling night soil In Uurwood-road on the night of Thurs. lay, tho 15th inst. Constable Fitzgorald gave ovidonco as to tho serving of tho summous. Thomas Walkor Coloman, deposed to see ing the defendant spill the night-soil In luostion on the date named. T'ho deflodant mado a statement to the Ienoeh too cis effect l4fd hi homeo had im;ade a suddon jump, thproby upsottlng the pan. The lBonch said they would havo to mnako an oxaniplo of all offienders in these cases, ind defendant would be lined £5 with 12e. lid. poets, DrnT CasuI. Willrldgo v. T.oxton, S;5 d. for drawing tooth, Mr. Ifano appeared for complainant and Mr. Farlow for defendant. Gceorgo Wilhlidge, duantist, re?sdlnlg at lichmond, deposed that Io attended at M'r;. Loxton's place ln Upper llawthorn to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Requirements at Camberwell. PUBLIC MEETING OF RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

Rilway Requiremonts at Cam borwoll. P'UlI, ol MI"ITIbLNOF I1i'SIIDIN'TS. A largoly attenlted public lCeetihg of lho. resideOnts of ClblIerwI'tIl lland illhediateL dis (ricL was held on Monday evelninlg last, at tlh Camlllberwell (irnlnar.echool, for the Ilpurplose of taingill tclionll to securo It ralilwLay station on tIll box llill line, between Caum bcrwell and CLIllanter' y stationsll. Cr, J. Olaylon luhvilng bcon voted to the chair, in a very few words explained tlh object of the meeting. Iiu stated that not only had a proilliso been obtailnted thaIt I new station would e orectled at the place mentioned, but that tho fundls Inecessary to defray the cost of thlo sanme had bcen iln clludel ill thile notiIatol ptlssell by l'arlialenllt. A very largo ol~platiln had 5l.'ung op be t\vcOnl the Camlberwoll alnd Cnnterbury statlions, and ho lhad no doubt but that if a. llttlo pressuro was Ibrought to hear on the Minister of |lailways the lrolmlise tiv'enL 5o0ii twelve llmonthl ago wollld...

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Presentation to Mr. J. H. Turnbull. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

Prosontation to Mr. J. H. Turnbull. -0 W\hen it became known (that the goniqj station-master at Iljtiwood was about to be Fonlovod to Ilroadifords a meeting of sonmo of his friends antd well.wishers was hold, at which it was decided not to lot him and his wifo leave the district without sono mark of the appreciation of the services rendorod by thorn. For that purposo a largo number of friends assemblod in tlhe goods shed attached to the railway station last Saturday evoning. Thi sihot lihd bootl decorittod with fluwors anil overgroons, and presented quite a picturesque appearance. The mooting was presided over by Mr. Kennedy, who, "in his oponiug remarke, said howglad Ihe felt to s00 so many residents of th110 distrilt and leo whero to say good.byo to tholt old' and estoonemed friends, Mr. and Mrs. Turnbull, Ilo had to apologiso for the rough and ready style of the tablo, but on account of the short thlin they had to proparo for the gathering they had not been able to do any better....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

Council Advoartisoemonts. S111IlE OF NUNAWAIDING. IENDEIIS will ho received antl t Shir' Hall, Box Hill, up to 4 p.m. on Monday, 2nd Fobruary, 1801, for Contract, No. cft-Outting, filling, and metalling Bennett's Hill, Ilurwood ioand. W. IIAUI(tlTON, SShiro?Scorutary.' Box 1lill, 22nd January, 189?1.: ,11111E OF BOItOONDAlA. T1'NDE)Nll willb'a receivcd up to 5 p.m. on T'lUlISlAY, 30th inst., or-' Lighting Iamps, supplied by tho Metro 1,olitant (ins Ompalny. liecilietations to be scun at the Shire M ill, Camberwecll. al The lowest or any 'tct'le riot' necessarily accepted. CHA11RtES IJAINES, Hirec Scretary. Shlir Ollice. Cambcrwell, Januallry 21, 18111. 1' E C I AIL NO T I C C A:lNE(1 I.E and ' ISoN S, of 157 BOUll1NE-STllS'lT?t nand 1.17 ELIttZAllTII.lT' ITEl'lE, Ilava OP-ENED) OCENTlRAl.t illOW lROOMS at 21111 Collins-street (next Mullen's) where they hav a larg n inr ntld uiqu stock of first. clasins pianos, organs, nulsical boxes, etc, by all tih leading takers. We nr oo olo agen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

,,,.Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. FOR SWEEt' ANI) .Pu t I: ltiEAI) tl l'0T G. Redman, -CtiCa bui'y, Bakory, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY. D WA1IA0N''ED ,flEE. ,FROMA A.?1 Dulivored Daily in Ciantorbuiry, Camborwoll, ]3alwyni ,urroy .lills, lox Itill;', -The .only Makor in tho Colony 'of the IIYG?TEN TC IIOWI N Jr?? A ID), S,, reco oommonded by toheleading London 7Lut ioal naoulty. ."Pinioanind :Toi' rtios Catored foy on thel Shortest Notice. S , - '. l" Orders by Post Rlebeivo Proipt AL ?onition. SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (OP'POS?IT; T. IAM TElllMINUS), And at Camberwell. GIG,, AR{IUAGE' and BUGGY H~ARNESS 31ADMe TO 0d111).11 "i'ALarge Assortmoento 1rortmantcanis, Brief & Gladstoneo nags on liamlnd' COLLARS CAIEF1?1LLY FITTED.. WHIPS, BRUSIES, RUGS, &'. eo "' Soc6nd-lhand lurness ]?ought, or Exohangdd for Now. CHRISTMAS PlESIENT4S. MISSES COLLINGS STATION STREET, \.ox IIIIh . avo mucllh pleasure in informing the ]Iosi dents of Bo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

Looal News. We regret to..~tato that ll unfortunato error crept into ounr report of the last nicet. ing of the Iloroondara Council. .It was therein stated that the CGovermnlent auditor had accused the rate collector of keoping money in his possession for a longer period than was allowed by the Act. It should have been.l another oullier of the Council, whoseo name we ero unable to publish, because, if we did so, the law of libel is of such a ter rible ,nature, that we would render ourselves liable to an action at law. We are quite certain all the ratepayers will be glad'to learn that the (iovernment auditor, MIr. LEdlin, uade no complaint against MIr. Wil eon, who is known far and wide fur his pro bity and integrity, and as he discharges his duties so ollicioently and with so much tact, 1le has become a favorite with all classes of the couninunity, In justice to Mr. Hlaines, the secretary, we have to state that he was not the ollicer who wais mentioned in the auditor's letter read at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 23 January 1891

Tim residents of Camberwoll appear to be alive to tile fact that if thely wish to obtlain anythiig froii thuJRailway Conllislsionler tllhy liust boi up aid doing, andul bting their wants before the '" yowers that bu " in aL pordonal nsmnner. This is only right and pro por, and shows froml past oxporioiuco that they are adopting IL wise aild judicious course. Theoro is i largo and increasing populatioi settled mid waiy between Camberwell aind Canter bury, who have to walk a lonig w'ay in order to got in the train at Camber well station. As this portion of Camn berwell has overy indication of bo coming more thickly populatqd, tih land being all that could bo desired for residential purposes, it became obvious to the inhabitants tlht the tinmo has arrived when a now station should be erected in the vicinity o6 the junction of the Box Hill and Oakloighl liies. In order to accom plish this, object, whichl is'l most sensiblo and reasonable one, a publio niceting was hold in thu Camnborwel...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE SALVATION ARMY AND THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

CORRESPONDENCE. ---:0:-- L[WVe do not hol oursrer resposble for plillions e.pretj ed bi obur eorreopeodeullts. TIlE SALVATION AIIMY AND TILE COUNCIL. TO TiE: EIrI'UI'OI F us l TcI " III,:'OrITEirI.' alln,--I was very Itmuch surprised, on read ing your last islue, to observe that the Nuna. wadinig Council had been dliscussinlg the right of the Salvation Army to march in the streets of Ilox Hill, and that willth a view to put the Army down. Now, sir, I think if the council were to attend to iLts legitimate buslnessl-thlat of imakiug thie atreets and other nmtters which COieSe within tile pro vince of thie council-the ratepayers would ho far better served. Whllat in the ilante of fortunlle ha thie maltrching of thle Arlmy goBt to do with thie coullncil ? Surely a few menl and women parading the streets will not wear out the roads of the shire, and tihe mmmslc whlich theybrling out of the brass in tlrulnents should Ilot disturb our august councillors when they are discussing the sub lin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

THIRTEENTH HALF-YEARLY CLEARING SALE FROM COOK & COMPANY Wholesale Family Drapers, SWAN ST-REET, RICHiMOND This notice is to inform you that our usual CLEARING SALE will commence on SATURDAY, 31st JANUARY, and Continue during the Month of February. We shall offer some wonderful value at this Sale. Owing to the unfortunate Strike and late summer, our Stock is far too heavy, so will offer at such prices that must command a quick sale. AVONDERVFUL B3ARGAINS IN THE-I F() LLOW\ING: Embroidered Robe, half-price. Prints, de Laines, Cashmeres, Fancy Dress Goods, Satins, Silks, all at half-price. Flannels, Blankets, Sheetings, Quilts, Linens, Art Muslins, Cre tonnes, 25 to 50 per cent. less. Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Laces, Ribbons, all at half price. Remnants and Dress Lengths of Every Description, all at half-price. Haberdashery, Hosiery, Gloves, Buttons, Umbrellas, almost a Gift. 150 Boys' Jersey Suits, Navy Blue, all sizes, 2s. ild., less than half-price. Boys', Youths', and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONT ALBERT V. AVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

Mosr ALIIInI.r V. AYI:NUE, The iecond inatchl bcltween theso clubs wan played last Saturday, ailnd resultedtl in ni easy win for Mlont Albhort by 5t| runs. The Monqt Albert lot H wicketi for HC, tund thu Avenue Ima)d 2L7 riuii!'. Next Saturday thu Box Ioill Ol b ECloven play Doncnstet H-ight critcket olulb at poln o0elcr. Box lill will be rcprcontcd by the following, who will plcase moee t at .10 p.nm. sharp :--Ba'bolr, lhrewcr, J1. K(cfford, John. stono, Sohoibor, Sutton, Swcctlmud, J, Willllams, M. Williams, W. Willis, Walsh. The Blackhurnm play EngineCe's on theL ground of the former tomorrow. 'IThe Ullack urnl will ho chosen front the following:-- Loadeor, Lillington, M'Comb, mlinahan, 1'nak, Parry, Iroborts, Savoury, Nuite, Skctlo, Snmoosby (2), Turner. Tiho Union Jack play tlhe l]iurwood club olovoen on tlhe grounllld of tihe latter. 'rho Jacks will bo roprosonted bIy Aspinall, Barton. llaokburn (2), Caroy, Clarko, lGatter, IIan son, Ilodgos (2), Luke, l'laistod, Williams.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOX HILL V. CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

1o ,x Iu v. OCbovYoO. Tho above match was plnayed latit atlur dany, on tho grontd of tho fororm. T?lhe lollowing ara tho scoros : .: CIOnOn?o. R. Walker, b WV. WVilliamna .. .. 11 W. M'Givern, a iulton, b TV. Willinlj 15 ., IEvans, b Johllnstono .. .. 20 O. Walker, b do . .. .. E. Styles, b W. Willianis . O 8, Styles, stlpd Urow'r, b W. Willianis 0 nIosley, run oullt ., .. .. Donmaunn , b W. Williatmi .. .. 4 iDennett, a anrbour,' b Johnstoll na .. O WVishart, nl ot o . , 0 8undrles 1 I? I 'Total ., , , J. Willinams, no(t ou.t . WV. Willilmse, not out .. .. '7 Johnstono, b 0. Walker .. . 17 1I. -weotland, a Styles, I 0. WYlkr'r II J. lrower, not out ,. - Sundries . . . Total for 8 wickets .. 87 W. Williams look li\vo wiokts for Da runs and Johastona thrco for live.

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WHAT I NOTICED IN THE CITY. (Original.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

WHAT I NOTICED) IN THE CITY. [cY TuiiS:t ATir(Iox.J (Original.) \VYanderlng lstlosely dolwn a Meolbourne streetL I lingored awhile, Ihaving a friend to moeet, Fron across the road I heard a Iheavy groan, Thlen a sound as of a woman's half-stilled Illoan. Forthwith I orossed, wlhat did I see ? "'Twasti notlhillcg whatever that concerned ioe, A drulnken women lay stretlched in tIheo guitter, penct Iher monoey in the pub and out they Ihad put heor. .Oliiobly crowd had gathered round This pisce of profanity as she lay on tihe ground, A policeman jist then arrived on ithe scence, Hailed a cab, pushed her ic, and all was serene. To the ncnrest gaol she was hurried away, Rolled iito a cell till thie niext tricl dcly ; No doubt her childron wore starving for •brOad, 1iht thecmonecy ihad goio tor drink instead. Oh, drilnk, thou acrt a nation's curse, Ily tlohee icn go fronc bud to worse; But when women give way to this lorrible drink, She's one foot in hell and thei other on its brink. lPare...

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