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The Last Straw. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

Tho Last Straw. S".'s Itho lIst straw thiat bscakts thl csinol's bnok," said Luoy, bursting into toars. The pleasnlt .filly sunbieans caie p pih 1 inlto th cool, st Oello-.pave d thiy, wLiroe puns of mililk nitl cream Wiorv railled in orderly ariaiy ; groant slontu pots stood under the shelves, n' d n blue. painlted churn was already plaiced on the tablo for service. Mr. lilellndon was justly proud of his daliry. NoLt n chanco guesot cInno to lish hlious but was invited donli to see it; not a housekooper in thli noighblourhood but secreltlyonvied its ninny conlveniences anld cexquisite inonaliess. " And it isn't tlhe diairy stlono," triumph. nully reonarkedl Muittlinew Jlilloaudlcl. " And youi liy go through thli hiousIs froin garre't to coIllr, anid you'll nov1 r Ilid Ia specik of dust or It staii of ruSl. Tior0o onever wats Hi ii a housokeeplor as ml'y wife." j .Mrs. JJelleltdaon wns young, too, boilng scarcely tlr'eeo.ad.tweuty. hio had bcon delinltcly reared ind lii ilto igniior...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hawthorn Police Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27TH. (Before Mr. Walsh, J.P.,), and a full Bench of Justices.) WIFE DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

Hawthllorn Police Court. - -*0 TUEiar, J.NUARu 27TIn. (Unforc MIr. Walsh, J.P.,), and a full .... B! e nch of Justices.), T ,lt? ,,? "VIF"} "])',HIMITION,I Eliabetll Sillett proceeded against Irollerln Sillett, her husband, for dosortion. lMr.: Westloylor thoa do. fendaht, stated Mrs. Sillett wished tlhe cuso witlidh twn as showas now satisfied Stmoe wa n desoertion. ThIe case was ,ocordifgly' dismissed. OpSCENI'I "ANQifAO. )Ro oD'~rU unteIi'was- charged by Constable Closter withnmaking. use of obscone lanlguago,,in nurwood.road on Wddlnesiday evening 21st~ inst.. I,,,: al,iostli evidence it appeared that the c 6hfondar n was in front of-tle Tas. iuai~an 3utoeering. Company, on.the gvqlinglin question, ,and!.in the hoar. ing of a young lady in the shqp made u.so of very bad language. .Theo ]onelhthought the easoproveod, bhut thought, that as the words wore coumoniy used, a line of 20s. wVould micoelrthe case. -..-. OY anUc' ira 'rm ,i FOOITI'rAT . J.ame. 1'raser, Grocer, of.Church s...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Women's Christian Temperance Union. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

Tiho Women's Clhistiil Toni porance Union. A very successful meeting of the anbove unhon was hohl in0 thie 1ceratini Hall, Surrey llls, ol Tlhursday, 22nd ilnst. Cr. W. ]llingwortlh filled the chair, and the plhtforlll was occupied by the llov. lI)r. Halllloy, Miss Booth, Mr. andl Miss Thomas (president of the unoion). In his opening renanrks the chairman said he had1 heard a great, deal ahout the Ulnion, but tlhis was the irst tihu ho had had1 thle I'lcasurle of atnllldilg oouo of their lOloetillng,. i Imnu(st say tIhat they deserved all praise for the way in which they worked both in the cnuse of tollluoracllO nnd Cllhristlolty. 11l thon called on (Miss Booth, who nado n veory pathetic nlld soul-stirring aliupol to the lad ics proesont to enroll thIemselves tlnder their banller and assiSt Lhloll. The spleolnker said it was well InllOwVll h110 in1tlle1CO wo01011on l(ad over the sterncr seox, liklowiso over ltheir owll, nad plealdiug with thon in the cause of Imanlll(uiy to collme f...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
S. Snow's New Stock of Saddlery. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

S. Snow's Now Stock ,of Sadd Mr. S. Snow, Saddler, Collar and I[nrness Maker, of Camberwell-road, Calberwoll, and Whlitohlorso-road, 1ox Ilill, lhas just openod a largo shipment of sanddlery imported direct fromlll Englanld, which is nlow oil view at Ihis Canlberwoll shop. Thieo window is replto with somo of iothe best work it has bool' our lot to witness, and roelects thi hIighost credit on thu inanufacturcrs. 'Tho stock comprises gig, carriago and buggy hIarioss, ridilng anlld driving saddles, tbridls, whips, hits, spurs, girths, brusls, I'lrugs, anld Ia beautiful assort i11Lent of Iickel-im'lted goods stlcd ill tho sa?idlery businUss. Mr. Sinow is prOpared to sell thes goiods at less than Mlelbourno whlolesalo prices, hel having imported them dirct, thus saving thIe largeo prollt gained by the wholesalo houses. The reputation of Mr. Snow's goods aro so well known that it would bo suIOperluous for Ius to say im lloro than to remind thoso of our readers who nro in want of first-cla...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Surrey Hills Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

Surrey Hills Cricket Club. 'The annullal concert held utindler the auspices of the Surrey Hills cricket club took place in tile ilecrceation hall, at that place on Wednesday evening last. 1There was a large attendance, and the concert was a great success. The progranmme was an excellent one, and was well carried out. The plea. sant way in which the entertainment~ passed off reflects thegreat credit upon the promoters, and shows that great pains were taken in arraunging the preliminaries and in getting together such a number of talented singers. The programmeo opened with a violin aid pianoforto selection which was most admirably rendered by Messrs. Meudell, Dunn, and P. Stead man. This was followed by Mr. VW. W. Attwood singing veor nicely , The Gauntlet." After this camne the choicest itemn on the programme, which was given by Miss May Millar, who sang " Sing, sweet bird " in such an excellent manner that the audi ence demanded an encore, which the young lady responded to by singin...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORDINARY MATCHES. BOX HILL and UNION JACK (combined) v. ARLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

ORI)INAltY LATCHI IS. BIox Illn., and Utloxs Ja?cl (combined) v. Aml~stw~ros. 't'his i matlch took place oni the Blox Hill oricket gr'ond on Monday last, and after a most enjoyable game resulted ill a win for tle Arlington by :13 runs. It was decidctled to play 1l mene aside. Meader captained tIheo combined (eant and AIb. lthilpot the Arlingo ton. Meader having won the toss elected to bat, sending in Steelo and Carson to the bowling of lPhilpott and Foy. Play was very canutiouns for a time, antld after thlroo overs lhid been bowled Steolu hIit across nat a straight oneo from Phlllpott and retiredi, the score sttanding at 1-1-7. Meltcader illltled tiLo v'cant crease, but alter Carsonll iad itl oreasedti his score to nille Io ] was clcltn bowled by lPhilpott. 2--l-10i. Jolhsttonu cantlllo next, antd lLfter scoring oneo was iowlcd biy Ioare. 3-1-17. lMeatder was Lhp text to go, as h was danghlLt by RIcy sn 1' pott. .I--3--1. Irower antd 11t now got together and thie play became Itly fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

A Card. (Late of Collins Streei). la ving commenced .prnaetico nt lox SHIill nmay be consulted at his residence ?i?:Vhlit?W 1ort o 1load, jx t 'liolice stan tian, d. a ialy.l".moura :of r mtltation: Mor'nings .., heoforn'e 11. vI ning ." (I4 to 8,. l 1ouble ices chltrl to patinti s `i ini? ted at thir hom os after P * (3 * PIANOS T NINIlD AND lIEPAIlliD, S STEVENS, :. . ,, ,llsre!, 'ioiorialotad, Ha thorti; i'("l'rolp lrtud aIl 'cllai n al llard, ': .. .. ..,. :.=- ···· ? . :-2: 1 :-? ':.; SPinuo, ((rgatnand Ultnr tolnlu Keys made to S oi.der a .nd re?.nired for the .. (rati. (t. . lonig business exopeienco, in the I Piano rndo' will be a suHllliient g?uaninteo tlhatn all , aork entitrsced to his tcanro will hle ciriied out in a iirs't-clas lannler. . MIs C-LEM.ENCE, ArlT:'r allllNl1, Burwood Road, Upper Hawthorn (Opposito Tower Hlotel). S)treicsnakigsixcltcol- oil theo Proinisidb. . Millin r" n" ei, lit. lMi. Fitzgerald,.. S COiLALIIl $ADDhl IIA\ltNESS MiIAEI C i *.coinieoort " • D...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. MITCHAM V. BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

SPORTING. --:o:- CIT ICKilT. MIrrcnosr v. Ilox lull,. 'lhibs match was continued last Saturday and resulted ais was generally esxpected in a one innings dlefeat of the Mitchanm. They inode 81 in their second innings, chietly owing to the batting of Cronin (:21), latty (1l), and WV. Titus (21, nt out). The bowl. Ing of Meander was excellent, he obtaining an average of live wickets for sll runlls; Hol(tbeUr obtained Ithree for Ilo, and Carioni two for 11. The lieldingl of Ilox I1111 was Iot up to tileo stanlard lateIly shown by them. 1ox llIIt.. Firstl Illings .. .. .. 118 Thile following are the scores : cirx.I l.Mi.s. SI'CONI, [NISStlH, ,1. Corvweill, b lMeader .. .. 0 ltruce, b do .. .. I W. Moore, b do .. .. 8 J. Ilatty, b do .. .. Il J. (teddes, b Carson .. .. O MI. Cronin, Whlite, b Hcltolbcr .. 2:1 A. Edgoose, e Coolk, b Carsonl .. 1 'Prtt, b MIeader .. .. ..1 W. Titus, not out .. .. .. 21 IIt, M'Clllanld, b Sultebuor ,. ,. T. Titus, b do .. .. 7 Total .. .. ,, .. 80 .lsN'rEnCU...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE "REPORTER." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

TO TI'E i:EIT.OI OF Tilt; IIEP'OIITI'r." Sin,-I see froii your report of a late meeting of the Boroondara Couniiicil that Cr, Vcar spoke of the prevalence of typhoid fever in the district. Judging fromi tihe innocent way in which Cr. Year speaks of it, and as hle suggests that the premises of those who keep pigs and cows should bo in. spuctcd more closely, a straillger wouldl coii cludo that lie is niot aware that market gardenors throughout the 3utrwood district (almost to a mani), both for fruit trees and vegetables, use very largo quantities of ilighit 'soil, anl thoulglh the law mnake provision for it to be covered to ' a certain depth, Cr. VYear, as a very largo fruit grower, knows it is nuuver done. Tile nilghit-sol is spread thickly over tlhe ground, tlhen ploughed in, and in many instances. a great deal of it ii never covered at all. As this work is done very early in thel morning very few lhave thle opportunity of seeing how carelessly it is perforrmed, and as these few are...

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The Municipal Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

Theo Munmicipal Pionic. ---:o:-- The annual picnic which is hold yearly untder the auspices of tilhe Municipal Assoointions of this colony was duly celobrated on Monday .last -Ccntcnnial Day-and on the whlolo was a most pleasant outing. The place selected to spend the day was that fashionable and picturesque watering place, Port Arlington. Thei colnmitteo of malnagement charltered the s.s. Gonah, 2000 tons, firom the Tasmanian Steam Navigation Conm pany, which started from Queen's wharf a little after 10 am, with fully 1200 souls on board, and from the pleasing smiles and happy looks it was evident at a glance that tlhey were bent on enjoying thelmnselvcs. ''hoe trip down thie bay was a most pleasant and enjoyable one, there be ing a good breeze and the vessel plougling through the sea as nsmoothly as if it were gliding over a tran quil lake. It took threeoo hours for tihe boat to accomplish thie trip, Port Arlington being reached about oneo p.m. Thro was a brass band on board, whic...

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

Council Advertisements, SIIR E OF NUNAWADING. TENDERS will be received nat tio Shiro Ifall, Box lIill, up to'4 p.m. on Mondlay, 2nd February, 1811, for Contract, No. .It-Outting, fllfibg, and metalling llenncett's 1ill, hurlwood load. W. HItAUGITON, . i? :1.; Shire Secretary. Box lill, 22nd Januiary, 18i01.- :7 .. HIIIRE OF IiONCAST R.B. 't.i'E NDEIlS addressed to the 'Presidonlt .will be rtoeiv6d up. to 7 o'clock p.m., on Monday,' ebilanry 7tli, 18,11, for *...... 1600 yards of mainltennueo inmetal for malin roadl, the metal to bo taken Rlosers Quarry; Conditions,'ete:, at Mr. M'lbwnll's. iBv order, &, H. THMccASr, Shirm Secretary. S PE :0I A l: NO T I TT'C E. CAN:.K] EGIEC1 and SONS, .Of 57 IOUIlKIE-SBTIIIIET and 117 LETIIZAlITII-S'TRIEET, Iatv: OPENEI) CENTIIIAL SHO0W liROOMS at 261 Collins?atrcot (next Mullen's) where Sthey have a largo and uniqueo stock of Ilrst. class pianos, organs, musical boxes, etc, by S all the leading makers. Wo are solo ngents for the goenuino "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. S ST 1.. F S T AND Ilm PIH 0?? GO I'O .G. Redman, S"Cantorbry Bakery, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY., WA? ' ' . TEMD.I'IEi FlO.M. ALUM. S clivered' Dailyin .Cantorbury, CGniborwell, .lalhvyn, ,'iri' y;] ills,' 13o.x ill. S Thliqnly Mar i in .tlie Colony of the .1 YG LINTODl11OWI'0N .BRH AD, . a. ' ': r.' onsobniondd by tlqo leading London Aledi ualn F ulty. lz' Piila o and Tea PartJis OCntrodr0dfor n th6 Shlortel ,otic. L.5 Orders 1t I R e iomp t A t on. aS'. Snow, SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, SWhite Horse Road, Box Hill (OPI'OSITE T'iAM, TEllM INUS), And .at Camberwell. SGIG, OA1IIlAGr, uild BUGGY JIARN?.SS 3lADE)] TO ORUER S .iA' Lrg 'Assortmnit o Portainnteaus, ]rief & G ulstaitono angs on halind. COLLARS 'CAIRFULLY FiTT.ED. WHIPS, 1 US11ES, RUGS, &c. So Bcnd hand l-hirness B]ought, , ori Exclianged for Now. C llIISTMAS P1RELSflNT'S. M ISSES COLLINGS ST rToI O ;TlUIET, ]lox u, I ,.T. l]la\vo euoch pliesure in inforlling thle ol...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

Local News,. Among tie list of agents for the anlo of the Tel'rtr',r we are sorry that of lhslwyn was omiitted. Mr. Tregallts has charge of t(he agency a lnt that place. A very sulccessful eyvangolisti service was hold in the United Methodist church, lIox lill, lanst Sunday evening when the service was conducted by the loev. J. Darion, assisted by Messrs Willson,. Talbctt, nudi 'W..-i&'lliuIIns. 'lho .remiarkis of thlCoe gentle men. were lisotened to by fa'irly largo coiriegatioln. The service at thu Chiristia Chapel, 8urr'0ey, lills, Inext Hllnay evellinlg will be uondu(cted Iy Mr Win. WVihsoii, who will talne for his subje~n t "'l Tl unpardouabla Sin." Mr. Pi'. nllnford nllloullees that he has a few vacanlcies for pupils for tulitioll on the violin, ait his residence ]Ianlk-strouot, lox lill. Tlis geintleiman lins lately arrived froan Elnglanld, where hle rccived hlis leducation. Tenders are called by mlr Janlcs Kent, for grubillg i5 acres oil McArtllllr's section, retlurl...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

AT the last mooting of the Nunawad ing Council, Cr.Bi]Hior made a very grave charge wheon lio"statcd ithat in travelling along ' YWhitchieorsooad recently he saw that thoroughfaro covered ; witlh nighitsoil:, s;:': 'Ur ]3i10nor' is a man wh0ose word can always bio relied on, it can .1 taiken for granted that he woul~i nlot havo made sucll i swooping Aid damaging chargo against the health of thl shliro unless lie had ample evidence before him tlat' would justify him in i so doing. If it be truo, and w'o have no reason to disbelievo it, thein tho Council,. whon, it ts a~s.n, .n,! ]q qf IHealth; sliould bo mioo striKgoint i future i dealiig'witlisaiiitarv minattors, tlhan it' han baboi in tihe past. ;i Ieroto.' foreo the Council has been most dila tory and half-hearted wlien it has had under its ,Oiqn!sdratipn manttoes aniect, ing the public health., Letters have, boen road at the council tabilo notify ing that delalths 'lavo ocouirred fromo typhoid and diphtheria, and thde have boon t...

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

COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. DONCASTER COUNCIL. Present: Crs. Sell (President), Zerbe, Tully, Winter, Smedley and Lawford. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meet- ing were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.           From Taylor and Russell, acknow- ledging receipt of appeals, and giving legal advice re same. Received. From the same requesting informa- tion re some of the appeals. Secre- tary instructed to reply. From T. Petty, enclosing cheque for £50 towards the cost of erecting the new municipal buildings. Re- ceived with thanks. From Boroondara Council re confe- rence on works at Koonong Creek. Received. PETITIONS. A petition from a number of resi- dents in Church-street was presented requesting Council to open the said road. Cr. Williamson said he would like to say a few words on the matter. This street was a Government one, and could not be permanently closed. At the present time the road was closed by a fence acros...

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DEATH OF MR. J. MURPHY, B.A., Head Teacher of the Box Hill State School. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 January 1891

DEATH OF MR. J. MURPHY, B.A., Head Teacher of the Box Hill State School. It is with feelings of deep regret that we have to record the death, at the early age of 36, of Mr. John Murphy, who has had charge of the State school at Box Hill during tile last two years, This event is rendered all the more sad, as it was quite unexpected, even by his wife and relatives until within a few hours of his demise ; and a great many of his friends were ignorant even of his ill- ness until they saw his death in the daily papers. He was only confined to his room for about a week, his friends during most of that time being under the impression that it was only a slight attack of gastric fever he was suffering from, ad that in a few days he would have regained his usual good health. Indeed, it was not until Dr. Mason was called in late one Friday evening, and at once pronounced the case a hopeless one, that his wife and relatives realised the gra- vity of the situation. A few short hours proved the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

THITREENTH HALF-YEARLY CLEARING SALE. * COOK & COMVPANY Wholesale Family Drapers, 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. W'~ONj)tII)ER JFjITY IARLINS IN THE[L1 Embroidered Robe, half-price. Prints, de Laines, Cashmeres, Fancy Dress Goods, Satins, Silks, all at half-price. Flannels, Blankets, Sheetings, Quilts, Linens, Art Muslins, Ore 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, Button s, Umbrellas, almost a Gift. 150 Boys' Jersey Suits, Navy Blue, all sizes, 2s. 1ld., less than half-price. Boy s', Youths', and Men's Clothing, Shirts, Hats,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

'TO LF crday to(ll bmado by .I : peruois of either sea, in eir own luo itie, at work for us. NaIc I)UniSEIa. All meet with wonidierfIIl onC ecos. AnyoIIe can do th .work. You don't iiccd cap ital, or abouti the snme as noie. We 1i start you. No apace to explaili here. Ilut you can nake a siiiiU little fortuno honorably and easily. The oinployient is particularly adapted to thu region in which tills publica tion eireulates. Ioys and girls earn nearly as much as nien. Full parLiculars aiid ini structions mailed free. Now is time tien doni't delay, but write to us at olice. Stinii son &: Co., Portland, Maine, United iRatee. Now that it is ani established fadt that cleanlinoss is nimot to godliness, there are people curions to kiow what godliness is next to. There is a rumour fronim Germany that a learned clienilat has discovered a wonderful oil thlitt will restoro youth to old ago. It must 1w a species of o*liYo oil. ASt~

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COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

COUlNCIL INTELLIGENCE, 1301100N1)A1A S1111ii COUNCIL. M:`joS;vear,. ;JANUAIu 12rnl. Piresoil:t Cr. T)iloui, 1rebident (ini tihe cuai'r), and Urs. Vor, Maling, Lyguri, ·~iT-lpi14 D!urlood!, upking· for 'rnowai 6f slaughlturng hiconso. The 1Icalth iolicor reported favorably on the application only that an out. loniui at the rcar should be reinoved. Cr. Your moid it apl)eaie)i to hin vory strange that Cases of otphoid occurrod overy[ yuar in te samint pldaco. T'hei I'runiuit -lr viciu, it ,liiii 1)0(01 i'iipoitud hiii~ijt of' g'uttiiig hiild oicat Ironil MtI. haooo~u uidlc h)Coihiiig it (low))ll. Thull Muciutuuy iotiillno hk thalt SOIOw thlOu agKo Mi1. I hiit uaoul to) Oh~talii moaCt. Ilaud c itupic CCIII ' H\('LII io t ui. (p VuI S'IICCl~t thuo apphli~iuaoo he gaolutcd, Ni~lhjdLct to thuo oult-hool~t~ coolplajoodlc hjliiduil till' i'C'j)Oi I' ) titi' I huahihil II1(1 illlur, hiiOlbli'ithi Of111 tIi'ill CCtiligit IlourN waH disCIIHusdI. Theo JIHalthI Oflicor Htatctd in hisi roport that...

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ORDINARY MATCHES. Box HILL (Club Eleven) V. DONCASTER HEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

OIIDINAIIY MAT'CIHES: IlUx IluI, (ClIb Elcvceu) v. Dluxcawrou 3Iaiigis. T'he ablove miatclh wun IlaIyucl ut I)ocnsteor on ,aliiriay list, nod resulted os followvs: it. Crouch, Is WV. WVilliaimns .: . 1 I1. AMitchell, I do . . . II .1. Willinssmson, Is do . . -. .i A. WVitucheI, e Kollurd, Is J, Willlnis 12 J1. lluHlsinsso, I WisV. Willismis. . .. 0 * '. Ilordidge, h I. Willionsis . . . . I A. I lrlidje, b do . . 0 .5. 'Tslly, Is do . . ., J W.Ciny sol, out .. 5 3overb, C *Johnotonse, b.I. Willisimni I Hunidricea 7 Total .. 37 J. Willisoms took lieC wirksCL.sfor 12 runse anod W. Willionuu live for 15. Box lIrom,. Hullon, b Willinmos. . .. ., 0 Hceluubsr, I Croushl . . * WV. illiunm, b Villiamissoo .. .. 18 J. Williaus, Is Lsrdailge . .. 1:1 II. Hwoeetlnstld, 3o0 o51t ,I * A. Johntlone, a Wicheoll b Williansu .J. R or, I Hillinunon . . . . W. Wallsh, nlot uout .. , II EBix wkt~s. for .. .. .1033

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