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NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEB. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

NUNAWAI)ING COUNCIL. Als---o--o-,2 Presont : Cr. Popporill (President, in the ehiiir), 1111( (rs. ]Rawlings, ?,PArtliur, Miorton, Ellingwortli, and Apftli tho.miiinutcs had . b roeorad and conrinued. The Presitai sbaid lie would like to move tlio suspension of the standing orders in order to bring before the council a most important matter, which ho thoUght should recOive, their carnest attentioni, and which they couli not, in jnsticc to themselves, pass over. IHI thon moved the sus. pension of the standing ordors. The motion, on being seconded hiy Lrr. Ellingwortlh, wns carriod. 'hle Presidmlit tlhemi said that hle wished to direct the attention of the rouncil to a leading article which ippeared ili the local paper-thme Ilox 1-ill I.'parter. '1eThore were statements made in that article that were untrue, and which the council conid not pot up with. 1le was sore most of theni read the article alluded to, and had thcrcfore become conversalit witli its mis-statuments. Cr. Ellingwortlh...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANTERBURY V. MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

Thcsc clubi net ot 8atiurday last oni the grunndii of thu former, the wueather being all Itlut could be ,icnircd. A good amnie was cx ietdct, ialn thu vji4lors nrrived in gooal tlna with I 1i:ultmbcr of supporters, whIto did not fail to one their lungs during tie afternoon. Canterbury having won thultoss took the hield. Mlitlchnim sent W. Titus and Goddes to bat; the former was bowled leg beftor in ifadlanm's hirnt over. 1-0-0, Moore joined Goddes, Walker bowling: froii the north cud wan oetecesfol iin gettitug tlto next three wickets for tio rititi, (iedilce being splendidly caught by lIonglis at long-on. Jiatty and Moore, the other two, wore clean bowled. 1-0-ti, Cronin clinic next, snld wan extiectud to make a stand, bhu, after arking three, in driving Walker the ball dint mui, and wam siiartly ettuglit by Ed. niiiiiiilm ini time ali ps. i --:-10. Thinmugs were looking very ham for 3lihctluitni, tIruce and Edguoos failiing to miiak n ltanld. 7--1---17. Cornallll tartnereld Pratt,...

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St. Peter's Church Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

St.h 1'tor's Chluch Box Hill. lay v 1yy ti ha th , IIi v. Will ii i (reI i to tho c haii. 'Il n** wac 'alt flil (0onilii' ihe yneiiioi, a:iitly oing to thu fnot that Ltw rag Iiiiia ii.i' to hI iai m1iuol jiirtly.n (i011 oi ti iii iiiihIILoi oni LhIo pout of fi w of Li als diuii of teli iconigr,.Iiiti1iii, ohio tijinyt Look to pioviceli or frhiIinl ti f oh aI by thellill sing Ingoflll the·).? I11yllill1. " Onward Jrgto ntesio!'uffi'cy .nniiir.iifte rar him chiriaiiin ciiini''heidc the ichjiel of , ncllic14, vie.., lo ir'colve rcpiiilel Iocl Ithlcahci'i ahiet' oif reiiring iunriininciia iul Iolcc ,f'i ]Joiinr of I inricdiui.4 fori IIhi esiiniiig uari. MrI. JonIti HeiiriL vii h.hiit ch.llc'I iipIIII to real clcs tuf rccit frit wichlilhi it ip that thu Iinjcime fiicm ihia oilhir. iii: s cur~i iij haIl jinciiooesle, IuI h nLiC ii k imphrvl I e tocnl hail lnken plac.' io Ihic oiini teiivel ruoio thic rcLa, of secla. In' tie yriiu 114.ria the amioucnt etonil Liii0 inl Oh11 lie. iiire isiec...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOX HILL V. SURREY HILLS [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

line Ifor, v. iHoune 11u2.2. The (torekleeper of o 11x 1ill and Hurrey Huill, indulged in a friendly gamn of cricket o02 WVedneoday afternoon, on the occauion of the openinu at the Wednesday half-holiday. Thcro waso n vaery fair attendance of spotatora and the wL'atlher loing very plleaanllt, the gamna was enljoycd Iby spectators and players alike. The ilox Hill (principally through tho splenidid batting of £ooni, 4.1) Illade the gr12ndl total of 115; tIle others to reach doblel0 ligiured being J. Reid 22, E. Isyne 17, C. Franklin 12, lrewer 12, Trhe lurrey Hills onlly ma2n2a22ged to ma222ke A2, p2rin2cipally through 1. Turn2er 22, and B. IKings 15, who were the two Iligllest scurerd. lrtweer, rnll) out *, ,.., 17 1. hlacckbuln, a oHIlnaIr2, I, Iilng .. 1 .1. IRid, o FIaner, b Xhallard .. 2 Taoou, b Shnllar21 .. . . .41 I)oery, I) Thrn.r ...... 1 l(yn2e, I, Charge... .. 17 Ci. hlllckbunrn, Ii CullilS .. .. Aspilall, Iit wic .. .. e A. N. Ketford, 0 22221 h Shallard . O U. Flranklin2...

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Box Hill and Doncaster Pony and Galloway Races. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

Box Hill and Donoaster Polly and Galloway Races. The above races cLllne ofl on (lie lIoii Cas(cr Ilacecouirse, en Tuesday bIst in (lie presescoi r of a large, oancouirse of speellntors. Grest credit is 11u1 to tihe secretary, Mr. I~. 1..J Nicholson. ind (ho stewards for. (lie.anner in which I hey voerked op te nictiliing so stccessfiilly. hle bookies fromt tlie iietropolis cnigre. gated i otho saddlin ' paddock, and iiiide things lively thronugtout (lie daiy. The lacing wiis fiirly good, some of (lie events bi ing ,keenly conlesled. The followinig is (ho result of thli rvariolls events:f- tl8;slINi (lla,low.vr .l.Ace, of i) sovs. Tlhroo lioses slatted for (his eveIIt, whuich resulted in a walkover for Mr. J'. Wilison's 'filly, (le other two J. Walsh's Not Muclu and K. Murray's Tilelayor rimuing off the courso us soon as tihe Ilag fell. feoNy I F.AWiAI 1:1.1 auu uuinuler. 10. sors. Olnly two horses faced the starter, via.,,lT. lamssmore's irciiy snd Wmos. M'Dolanld's Nullli Secnuudus...

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UNION JACK V. BURWOOD (Club Eleven). [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

UNIoN .T.g v'. lliUtIntj (Clob Eievenl). This mantch was pinyed last Saturday at Ilurwood, and resiuted in a win for the Jacks by three rnIn, aLter a very exciting game. The Jauks were the eirntto bat nml were all dimposed of for TI runs, of which J. 11odges contributed 17 sndl Paiisted 10. The Ilurwood then went to the wickets and suc* cceded in uniking O before they wore all disloseid of.. 5, Ijlackburne trnndllCd spiRe di~DL TortheJacks, onco doing tihe hat trick. The Jacks tImemn went in for their siecomImI innings anti at the call of tinso had lost three wickets for 27 rmnss. Aimpomnded nro tIme seores: UCsro.v Jace. Asiinall, b Clarke ...... .. . Clarke, c Clarke .. ..... o J. Hodges, b eppcrill .. 17 1'laistcd, c ., 1C e Ci. Ijlnckbbrn, b Clarke .. V'opo, miot out................. S. Blackbubrne, b 'cppcrill .. .. I 4. lIarton, b mio . . T. Hodlloreu, a Clarke .. .. ..1 A. Mounro, stid Mill ............1 lintLer, c Mills . Sttnmdries ,. ,, ., 1 Total ... ... ..... llrewoot, t...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. "REPORTER" TROPHY MATCHES. Box HILL V. RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

* .PORT £I N .i, -:0:- - CRICKR T'. " llMPORT1''1i1" TH(O~I.'Ill MATCHESB Jiox Jlimso o. Jlgovowouo. 'I'Theo two 01lubs toot for thu ocoonl timeiw tlsl) senson ) o l oo 00)))po for tou 01)0v0 ltroplh3*y. 'itho tmatch wno Iplneldl lox Ilill, ood the *local c tloti hlavobh( lo'4t th1 toL to M1*Comb, Ltho tltter (locidell to likoe thulioHl. A deliy of a qo irter ofa n hour took phlier thl goanto wcruo (hoe liral to ftoo Ilto howlihog of Mriller foulr runs! being: scoredl 017 the girail over; 10)))' t1))l bloult3 olorui oIll holrr':t, 1 14 0cr irtaolo hl)Owin1d fioni tile otl))r nCd. IItti )))t)0i00o f))inl it 4O)eI)ing( 8Liut, 1kw. J--:---ci. White joined 'I'ooo n0m4( oltady plai3y fo)llwed, aOl3though1 00o)4) hItott run))) wer10 mode *wh lobl trouboloil tlhe liclhinmen40), Th 0))ro ),t00)ily )m)01))teCd uip il44t it rL'))tchd lit. when Witito 1l1e00) a bumpy h)all hinto thu h)1and1. of Sh)n)ks oil Etroolhn. 2 --22 -11-I. Cool: followed, lhlt woa howled firsh t all 1)y Strnchtno . 3-04...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

Council Advertisements, SHI O11 I)ONOASTIRI. TENDEIlS addrcsscd to the President will ibe received up to 7 o'clock p.u100 Monday, Febrttary 7th, 1tl1, for (100 ynrds of maintonance itietal for main rosil, the metal to be taken Conditiona cte.l ] hir1d~ok a$ir hl11y O THMA' ' S ......... .. AWlirt.lecrctary.~ 11ilIU y,01'u; NUNA\\' l)INGi. TEiNDERlS will be receivcd us to .1 p.m. ·-on ION'DAY, Ifivu'F llRDUAIY'R D ', ii, the following work: Contracte 12.---orotifg *$:i)t fI'oaid Mliddlch~oro·tod>. n'J S*·i5 Contsnacts H atd aIl.-Tartiavitg Whlitllorse. road nnd Station s jtreflt fo r Specitcations to bIe seen at h ltre Iail Wr IRAUHTON Shire SNcrettiry. 11111tE OF NUNAWAI).f.INtG NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MASK AK11ATE. Noiricr is hercby giveti that it Is (he intett tioni of the Council of the iShire of Nuinawadl * itig at ti tetircitg to be htolden oni MONIIAY, itiri (ay of FEIlIIuAIIY, t1tll, itt I o'eliock int., in lite Shire 1 all, 1tto till. to mitke ant levy a 1ENErlt l iATUI OF...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread! ,OI1 SWilt I C D L'LU I3ilU)A GO 10 G. Redman, S, CantoebiuiryBakery, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY. wonl;·- j ii lr, go W}}AliJANTIa) I'IIBE FROM ALUM. .1' Iilhodi 'i])ai' yiii (Jni:tc'ry, m'rbci ll, ilaiy, ySurry IlilW; Thxlill.. nllie ii'hy Mnaker ini tloiCuolony ofethe IYG i.I·IEN1C IlOW.N IHEAIJ, wIb I recmnmicit ed byhlae lendiait Lo4tnidoi Medical Facully, mid t lea Partaoe Cater d l for oii the Shorteat Notice. ts' Ordere by Post 14crivo ePrompt Attviiton. S. Snow, ADDLE & HAiRNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (oPPostrlV 'TRAhI TVEImIns), And at Camberwell. ., GIG, CA tlTAtE aunt JI Y JIAlNESS MADE' TO O IDERT notcnuas, Urief & Gladstono ienIla oIn hand. IC6LAS CUimf L FITTID) WIlI'PS, IWUSIIS, hUG , &e. lulc o SS'cvond.Iannd 11ertancs ]3oir~glat, or Exeulatngcd for~ Now.; xi2li tihe Ladies of ,33ox gi ml 'and st I ronolusiing ,distpid. MISSES COLINGS Aro'n oIw S.lIn1 i all UMMlilt (.00) at i 1FDUOlE PRIOlE8, ine...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

Local News. it 111111 11111 111111 lII'llt~lilTFl~ll 'llliIb Ill Ii LIVO~0ll 101101 Illl~li JO l~kllilil1lgei Wie hlnA beoon reiqetwtd to atate that the coluplalt whicapl upcared in our leot. icou re' the early hlornr of the night rart doec not apply to the Nmnawaniog coot rector. An showing lihe kOUn copotitin in h the Ibilding trutde, it iiay e n o Ationed tint for thecontracet advertisod, to Ihith a hioue iin VWthi n'lane, in our last icsue, tani twkdn we .ro.e,ll itwlthin a raaina of .C2O.~ Mr. P. C. Witliamns, o Hu rry Ilitho, was the euece'eell ienlercr. - A iimetiing wax held at the lIox 11 rlicel Wuirkl, tact 'Titeday, to conoider the Ilipiotioni of hoirviksi paieniuh this yenr. After dianoslion it y\q.heeihcil that one be held, but the ilate nll oopit.y caoi~t b'br fixed until the Ilal. wnydeleartiocott hi\is ieot coimunonicateid with. It is to be hoped that the geonrous donors of lnst year'n gifts will be to the fore again, so as to iiiehe the Iunder tkinig agrentniie.oes....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 February 1891

AT thlp mueootiln of the Niunawndling Council on Monday last a ildbnto onsuoed ipion the. subject matter of it leadiing .article wlicl appeared in this *»<»«; >ivaD n r vtu.iVUrUL tilaity, seunny tlht serious epidLieics wore on tie inicrenso in tins district to bring tlhe Council to book for tel hIurried way inl which it passed over tlhe notices from tihe IHealth Oilicer. It ippoarp Sthatd' du riemarks- havd gono: straight lidiioe, aindi'o are most pleased to see that thlyjilnvo,'elh ditlio'desired effect, liid ailrendy have eeon productive of unncl good. Wo feel it our duty, for thlA splejnl delechtitidn of the PIE-m. lNT, ,aniidl Cirs. Eli.i'o0woaTru and lSmi ,Ki,. tlo sy weo"'weroxinduced to write in the strain .wo did fromx thie insaiii tary and :sorious remarks niade in open oouncil by Cr. hisnor, wlho publicly, assertod (and i, doubtless lie did so for the informiution of the Press) tlhat Cautorbliiry-road wais lliledo a ldepbt :for, nightsoil. Cr. H131Ilor, ill ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

THITREENTH HALF-YEARLY CLEARING SALE. FROM COOK & COMPANY Wholesale Family Drapers, SWAN STRET I, 11 CliMON I) 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. WTONI)ElRIFt4UlIi 13Ai-ltGA.,IN-S IN il-E FOLLN VING : ,1 ): AA)?'V.! N( O 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. ,emnants 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. lid., less tha...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE ''REPORTER.'' [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

CORRESPONDENCE. --:o: ['We do not hold ourselrecs responsible ,fr opinions .cprlessed by our eorrespolments.] TO TIllt EDITOR OF TillE " IIEPORtTtI." Stin,-I must ask your indulgence while I bring under your niotice at great ilnjustice which the residents of Box Hill are suffering at the present time. I allude to the unsatis factory manner in which the l'ost.oflice is conducted. At the present time the flirt mail is supposed to arrive at Box Hill at 7.15, but I should like to know how it is I am unable to receive nmy letters before 1130, and sometimes 10 o'clock, although living within three-quarters of a mile from the post-ollice. Now, Sir, I think this is a thing that should be remedied, as no doubt there are others besides myself who go into the city every morning, and who, if the post does not arrive before they go, have to wait until evening before they see their letters. To give an instancoe-I leave by the 9.U11 Irain every morning, and one day last week the post had not arriv...

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SPORTING. ''REPORTER'' TROPHY MATCHES. CANTERBURY V. MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

SPORTING. " IElPOIITEIRt" TROPIIY MATCHES. CANTri:iintliy v. MITCHIAM. Thlis match was resumed last Saturday at Canterbury. Mitchaml lind scored 111 runs for one wicket. Geddes who had made 2, was bowled In Iladlann's first over. 2-2.5-811. Cronin partnered Pratt, and the runs camie readily; Pratt gave two easy chances off Walker, Canterbury failing to hold them, whlen liadlnam finally sncured his wicket. 11-0-55l. T. Titus next severely punished Walker, scoring rapidly, when lie failed to play one fronm iladlau. .1-1.1-72. Batty next, but he failed to score. 5-0--72. Edgoose partnered Cronin, the latter had batted a splendid innings for 21, when lie was bowled by Iladlain. 1i-21-l. IJrucee joined Edgoose, the latter playing at defen. sive gamei, and the former, after mnaking seven, was clean bowled by Iandlain. 7-7--88. Moore next, scored one, when Hladlan secured Edgooso's wicket. n8-4-11. Cornwell next, made three, when lie was bowled. t1-3--103. M'Clollan, who had iust arrived, ...

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An Enterprising Townsman. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

An Enterprising Townsman. Tiie thruee splendid two-storey thopi attnd dwellings creteled in ltlaniidIroad are, in uvery way, a credit to Jox hill, iand clearly show that the gentleman who hasm built thlitai is at most cnterprising citizen. 'lThe inly pity is that such splendid and substan ial structures atire not situated at tilhe corner if Station-s.treet and ttlatitd-road. In crecting these buildin-gs Ir. I)aley has shown his good sense in Ibuilding for the future. It is the erection of such structures is these that will tend to advance thie best intetests of lIux dill, and give it tihe appear liace of it town. lEiach of the new Ihtildtings Ire f'lnshed with a hl',g? a emnand a(]diouls ;h- , and ar, ((pable h heino~ nliliF"d for iia)t al'y he.inels. 'I'h)1se who w'i-h In lcopen tip atlly newS' industry is liox hlill could out do better thitti miaike all early applicationi [or aity of thiee li1op.. At the re"r of eacth lreit' I IinutLIer of rooin0, atlitraill?y de signed 1tl cunitr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

GREAT HALFI lRIL IAII One of the Greatest Fairs ever held in Richmond will Commence *TO-DAY. TO-DAY. At JAMES MOLONY'S Corner of Swan and Green Streets, Richmonld, And will Continue for Four Weeks, During which time the Whole of the Stock will be subject to Sweeping Reductions, averaging from 2s. 6d. TO 10s. IN THE POUND. The Great Success of previous Sales, and the universal satisfaction expressed by the public, is due to the Genuine Reductions. Every Article is Marked in Plain Figures, so that each buyer can see that the Reductions are bona-fide. Owing to the depressed state of trade, the Stocxi is more than double, and in order to reduce it to its proper amount, we have gone through each Department and Marked the Goods at such Prices as must command an Immediate Clearance. Sweeping Reductions in the Dress Department, the Manchester Department, the Millinery Department, the Hosiery and Glove Department, the Slop Department, and the Carpet Department. Ladies in all Districts should...

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Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. (Before Messrs. Ellingworth (in the chair) and Pepperill and Captain Garside). [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, FiiiUUA.iY (0. (Before Messrs. Ellingworth (in the chair) and Pepperill and Captain Giaralside). A respectable looking man named John M Lcan was charged, on the information of constable Healey, with stealing a porambula. tor, valued at o10s., the property of Daniel Alex. M'leath. The theft was alleged to have been committed at Surrey Hills on the 2nd February. Daniel P'leiath, the prosecutor, deposed that he missed the perambulator on the 2nd of February. Hle reported the theft to con. stable Hlealey, and as his suspicions fell on the prisoner, he accoimpanied the constable to the prisoner's residence where they sawv the accused's children pnlaying with a pair of perambulator wheels, which lie identilied as his property. The perambulator was complete when it was taken away. Con stable Healey asked the prisoner it he knew anythinig about the perameulator, and he said he did not. He then went anidl slgned the charge-sheet, when the prisoner was arrested. On a p...

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Presentation to Mr. S. Aspinall. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

. tProesontation ,to Mr., S. Aspinall. A very pleasing ceremony was porformed in the Wesleyan schoolroom, Box 1Hill, Inst Monday evening, when the liev. Je.sse Carey (on behalf at the trustees, uiembers of church and choir) presented iMr. S. Aspinall, the lhato organist. with a handsome hall stand. In Smaking Iho presentation, lthe rev. gentleman spoke in highly eulogistio telris of the mniny valuable services rendered to tihe church by Mr. Aspinall, who had been closely identilledl with the choir since the church had been established in the district. Mr.; Sutton also bore;.testhinony to the many anets of kindness that had been rendered to the cause of Methodism in this district by Mr. Aspinnll, and it was only right that his services should be recognised in a practical sitild sympathetio manner. :lr. (i. W. GCunpston also referred to the valuable assistance that had been rendered to the chair by Mr. Aspinall, and hie was pleased to see that his services had been appreciated. MIr. 1...

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ORDINARY MATCHES. Box Hill (Club Eleven) V. BLACKBURN C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

OlItDINAlIY MATCIIES. Bnx Hlur. (Club Eleven) v. It,.CKurixu C.C. This match was played at Blackburn last Saturday, and after a close game resulted in a will for the homeo team by five runs. As there were five Trophy players in the Black burn teamn and Box Hill had not a full team, it was anticipated that the former team would score an easy victory, but principally owing to the splendhld howling of A. John. stone and W. W illiams, backed up by smart fielding, the batsmen were easily disposed of for ai small score. Appended are the scores: 1hi,Aceiiuix. Loader, b Johnstone .. . .. 10 Darwin, c Sweetland, b Johnstone .. 7 Park, stpd Brewer, do .. i Savory, b Williams .. .... 7 Quarterman, c Schmber, b Johnstone Ii Lillilngtion, b Johnstono .. .. 2 Seiltz., ea J. Keflord, b W. Williams .. 0 ltoberts, b Jlohnstone .. .. .. 1 Turner, hit wkhit, b W. Williams .. ii J. Sneesby, c Sweetland, b Johnstone hi llHancock, not out .. .. .. 1 Total .. .. .. ...58 A. Johnstone took seven wickets fo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREAT FIRE AT SURREY HILLS. A Six-Roomed W.B. Cottago Burnt to the Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

GREAT FIRE AT SURREY HILLS. -:o: A Six-Roomod W.B. Cottago Burnt to tho Ground. 'Tho inhabitants of Surrey Hills were aroused from their peaceful slunbors about one o'clook oil Tl.rasday iorning, by the cry Si're," nild the ringing of bells, w'hich in dicated tlat something of a most uIlusial nature wmi taking place. Tile tire was first observed by Mrs. luller, who, \ith great presencl ofl ind, wokeu il her boys nnd Si se nti them round tlle principal places to give thlo"larnm, which they did with so much success that in at short tlie a number of the lending residents of Surrey Hills were on the spot, and worked like demons so as to Iprveont tle flanles from spreading to the ad ncent buildings. Tile lire broke out in a six-roomed house, in Stirling-crescent, the property of MIr. Lust, of Iloundary. Sroad, and was not occupied. On either . idU of this cottage, and only separated some six feet, are two similar structures, ealch containing six rooms, and both are untenanted. At tile re...

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