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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

Council Advertisements. 1H11RE 01O NUNAWAI)ING. TFN)EllS will be received up to 4 p.m. mi MONDAY, 1tirn FI"ltlUAltY, 181~tl, for the following work : Contract 12.--Forming and Metalling Middleboro road. Contracts5: and 5ill.-Tarpaving Whitehlorse. road and Stationstreect. . Contract 57-Foiumilig, Mlotalling mid Bridge, Canterbury-road. Specitlcations to be seen at the Shiro HaIll, BoX 1ill, By order, W.\' IfAUr1lTON, .Shiro Secretary. 8 1111i 1 0 N0 U N.AWAI) INO SNOTI 0.1 OF' INTNTION TO MAKE' A HATI,'. NOTICI is hlrceby. givcn that it is thointcn.. tion of the Council of the Shire of Nunmiwad. ing at a meeting to be holden on MONIAY, 16TU Day of FEItIRUAlIY, 181tl, at t o'clock p.m., in the Shire llht, BIox Hill, to make and levy a (lNEBItAL tATE OF ONEx SIILLIN(I IN TIllH POUND onil all the hateable Property within the Shire for the period ending )Decembcr 1ist, 18111. A statement of the proposed rato is open for inspection at the Shiro Hall, and auiy person feeling aggrieved at ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. ,FOR SW?,IET' AND PUl E 111B?EA 11I) O F0 . G. Redman, Caintebury Bakery, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY. '.WAIltANTED 1I1EE 11 FOM ALU.M, '])elrorod Daily in Canterbury, Cambeorwell, ilahvyn, Surrey lills, 11l . H[ill. TiyJakl in the Colony~of.tho 1tYGENIC \:ROWN lJIIEAI, as rcconimotindld by tholeading .TLondon Mledical 1aeully. , * 'Tonio and "t1 Parties Catered for on the Shortest Notice . j 1.' Ordci' hy Post lRcceivo Piompt Atttion.ib . r-~ L SE Snow, "c HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (Ll'POSIT'E TRiAM 'lTEIiM INUS), And at Camberwell. GIG, CARIIAGE? and IUGGY IIAIINESS 1Ai).E 'J'O Oi])1ERl A Largo Assortment of lortmaiteaus, Brief & GIladstono Bags oni hanl, COLLrA1RS CAl EF LULT1Y FITTED. WitIl'S, BIIUSIIES, 1tUGS, Sc. 'ecoid-lhmld THarness lought, or Ecehangeod for Now. To the Ladies of Box Hill and .urrounding district. 1 llDUCD MiL?L, rl NE 1i. MISSES COLLINGS STATION nTIWET, ]ox 1.1hh., Are noita Selling all SbUMMI'm1 (...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

Local News. -0- Mer. J.lna i bMoloily draipor, outlttterr etc., corner of Swan nnd Gireen streets, lliclhmond aninounces lila great lhailyearly fare. This is to ieu oe on f the greatest fairs over hold I1 Iticliimond or suburbs, and will comiIIOenC to-day. Tlhe whole stock i bein reduced in\, prices, and in addition states lie will give all uestiomers a discount averiging froml 2s. (id. to 10s. in tile .' Thle great success of nil previous sales holld by Mr. Moloney is a sulllcient guarantee that this great fair will boe a mellllorable one for chcap drapery. Ladices of this district should visit this great fair at once. On Friday evening last, the residents of Surrey llills experienced n real treat and whhlul, was unlxpltooted, by. it . brass band plabyinl at thl coror .of Union' mid Canltr bury roiads, 'iil vhlicfiT turnired oitit to bo tlli baild that has 'beeni orgiili.id by (G. II. Ilennelt, Esil., M.i..A., of lliclhmond, from his employee, ald is cnlled " Tlo i'Factory Ulndi." ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

Siscil the advent of hot weather the residents of this district have again felt the want of a good supply of water. Just at the time wheo this inestimable commuodity is most re quired it cannot bu 'obltined. It. generally happens in February the tlermonmter registers tile highest lnaxilnum of heat, and at this trying time the water tallks, ill ninil cases out of ten, are almost empty. What little lis been conserved in the tanks cannot be very wholesome for drinking purposes, and it has to be utilised in the strictest and most economical lmalllner to prevent it from failing al. together. Tlhe idea of hlushing the streot gutters is out of the question ; and in the interests of bealth this should be regularly donei at least three times a week. Indeed, Stiltion-strceet anid Whlitehorse-road should be water. ed every day when the thermometer ranges as high ans 'O degrees in tile shado; but, under present circum. stances, this is impossible, however nmuch it imay be desired. The beautiful...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONT ALBERT V. WALTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 1891

MONT ALBERT v. WALTHAM. T'his match was played last Saturday at Richmond and resulted in a win for Mont Albert by five runs. The Mont Albert went to the wickets first, and with the exception of Fraser (22), Leach (14), and Coe (7), they made a very poor stand. The last wicket fell for 51. The Waltham only managed to   put up 46 runs. Fraser took seven wickets for 16 runs, and Blood two for 20. F. Leach fielded very well for Mont Albert. Next Saturday the Mont Albert play the Osborne C.C. at Surrey Hills. To-morrow (Saturday) afternoon the Union Jack C.C. journey to Fern Tree Gully   to play the Fern Tree Gully 2nd Eleven. The following are requested to meet on the Box Hill station at 2 p.m sharp: Aspinall, Barton, Clark, Carey, Blackburn (2), Gatter, Hodges (2), Hanson, Munro, Plaisted, Pope, F. Sweetland, Williams, Luke. Next Saturday the Box Hill Club Eleven play Richmond 2nd at Box Hill. Team will be chosen on the ground at 2.45 sharp.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. DONCASTER COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 February 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, certifying to the correctness of the transfer of title of the piece of land presented to the council by Mr. R. Serpell. Re- ceived. From Municipal Association of Vic- toria requesting to know if there were any motions that the council would like to have submitted to the group, and if so to forward them with as little delay as possible. Received. From Public Health Department forwarding copies of Dr. Cresswell's report and measures to be adopted for the prevention of contagious diseases. Received. From same, in answer to an inquiry from the council re definition of a diary, stating that a diary was a place where cows were kept for the sale of milk or butter; one or two cows kept by a person for his own consumption, and occasionally supplying his neigh- bour, ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

. THITREEN'TH HALF-YEARLY CLEARING- SALE. COOK & COMPANY Wholesale Family Drapers, SWAN .STREET, [ . IC Ol.I M"ND This notice .is to inform you that our usual CLEAIRING SALE will commence on SATUR.DAY, 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. \.ON.DI)E t' UL BA t(?.AI[NS IN '1T lIE FOLLOW\ IN( : Embroidered Robe, half-price. Prints, de Laines, Cashmeres, FancyDress Goods, Satins, Silks, all at half-price. Flannels, Blankets, Sheetings, Quilts, , Linens, Art M1Vuslins, 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. lid., less than half-price...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Social Glass. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

A Social Glass. "lWhy, Mary, lass ! " exclaims Lewis Armstrong, who had just entered the cosy sitting.room of his nonetly-furnishled hounse out Pendleton way, in Box lill, after depositing his basket of tools in the kitchen, and greeting his bounie little wife with a hearty, loving kiss, which sloe was obliged to stand on the lisr of her toes to rerive, " what's that odd-.ook. llg arrangIment you are busy over now It looks to ano like a spleldetd contr.iv ance to put your eyes out." With at pretence of e tettishlness Mary Armstrong pouted. oat her red lips and shlirugged her shapely ' shoulders; but tie laughing light in her beno eyes told a different story as she held ther work toward her husband. " )on't you see what it is, dear old stupid that you are? .tend the letters for yourself, unless you have forgotten your alphabet." " You miglht as well expect nme to see slurs in the sky on a oloutdy Iight as to find any sonse in that conglomeration of ditfferent shades of drab, and not ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS V. BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

SrrsalEY l11LLS V. UIA..CKUIIN. This match was coInnenced last Saturday oil the ground of the latter. Theo lltackburnl skipper having won th11 toss decided to take the field. I). 3M. Wilson and flogan were the first relpresentatives of the Surrey. S. Sneesby trundled front the railwhay ienI and Turnter did service it the terrnce cld. Wil ison was lrun out without scorinlg. 1-0-0. Glunner joined 1logan, but aiter malnking It, wits well caught off Sneesby by QtuarternLan. 2--3-7. Clharge wats next sent in to ftace Sneesby's bowling, but owing to the slartr fielding and the fast bowling of Turner, rutLs catlle very slowly. Jlogaln land Charge Iow alppeared is if they were going to mIlke i staud, but 1[ogan, failing to get thorougly rounld it beauty froImi Turnler, lihad to give way to Ilolton. :1--5--7. Boltonl, after givinlg n couple of elchances, settled downl, but Charge, ilotwithstandillg his cautious play, eautie to grief with one from Park, and ro. tired inl favor of Manrlh. lI-1...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. "REPORTER" TROPHY MATCHES. BOX HILL V. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

S PORTING. " IEPORTJ7It" TLtO'lHY MA.T lII ES. Dax In I.h v. O(xsr::utnnr. The above clubs muot on S.tturday Inst fo the socond tinio this Heasonl o1 tlhe Oanterbull' grotultl, thie wealthr wais just banrable. lia Hill winning the toss decidetle to take tilh fiold, hWilllott and Ilynohl wielded thll willoe for Canterbury. Solitllr atud Meador b3wl Ilng. A strong north wind blowing witllh plent of dust, pit tIle Ibltsmeln at aL dislldvlllltllg, Sehwbcr lo:tding off. Iynch wats u'lll out inl his first over. I--0.-0. Stllherland joined1 W\ilhnott, the ftormer lo+ing hall. 2-0-0, Edmunds takinlg hit place, playeIod Steadily, \Willinott doing the siulti when Meinder appealed for leg Ilaforie, which was doullbtful, tile batsnman having phyel thUe bill, howeve'r, the iowler was gtiven the llbeililt of thie doulbt. 11-2-2, Ilatlhun next leo o:T wall, with three otf Mendor, when uIll)fortunllattly he was bowled off his pads. 1--.1--t. Mackin partneored Edtlnulnd, thile lattler ftilel to nego...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORDINARY MATCHES. SURREY HILLS STATE SCHOOL v. BALWYN STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

01tllNA1IY ~MAITO1IIH. SUllZII IiKI.14j .8 TITAri jcirourLV.; .."j3AirnWý HTArIT' BCiUL. TWOis ntci atc aii wa dEotl oil T'ubesdty last at Ilulwyn, nlnd-rosultcd ini an easy victory for tile Surrey uiar Stateo sulcool. The following are the ecoros: First lIunhigd . hiI Second Inlinigsy * ."10 Total . 181 lirst linings :1 0conoll d0 l wkto for .. .. I Total ".1

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Pleasant Surprise Party. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

A Pleasant Surprise Party, On \Wedneisday evening last a mnost enjoy. able evening was spent at MIr. J. 11. Corstor. hlan's ruooms, iurrey Hills. The "wlldy host" had beon whisplered by a" little bird ' that a number of his St. Kilda and Oholten. .haul friends intended to give hInt a "astur pirlso party ;" when MJr. Corstorphan inmiuo. diately issued invitations on a large scale to his frlctids of Surrey Hills to meet the " sur priso party," who, indeed, were surprised at the little larllch that had been stolen tuponl thllu. Congratulatiotns to the host then ensued, antd the mayI dance was quickly inl dulged in by fully sixty couples, and the " goddess of TIrpsiehoer" was gaily tipped to the strains of the piinoforte most artisti cally manipulated by MIr. Ilobert Crier, the well-kniown and talented plinist. Songs and recitations were interspersed between tile dances, and light rereshmenllts were amply provided. The toast of the worthy host' M\r. J. 11. Corstorphan, was proposed iin ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

Wedding Boells. A very pleasing ceremony was pcr.. formed at thie United Methodist Fro'r Church on Wednesday afternoon last, by thu 1.ev. .1. Iarton. On that interesting occasion our respeoted townsman, Mr. Solomon Weisser, led to the hymeneal altar, Miss Lizzio Iines, when the hnppy couple wero united in holy wedlock by the rev. gentlemanubefore montioned. Although tla bridegroom intended to keep the Imhatter Ia profound secret, it leaked out, and the consequonco wa? that the church was well-filled by a large nuim ber of friends of Mr. Weisser.. The newly wedded couple ilmmodiiatel ':oft liox lill to spend their' lionilhoon at one of the lftshionable watoil)ig p)laces. . '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

BOROONDAUA SHIRE COUNUIL. - :0: MouxnA, FluUAR1Y 12Tr. Present: Cr. Dillon, President (ill the chair), and Crs. Year, Maling, Taylor, Day, Hicks, Clayton, ilraim, and Sweootnamn. Coin sEI'OxENxcl:. From the Chief Secretary, forward ing circulars aiid asking the council to nominate a representative for Fire Brigado Board. C. I licks moved and Or. Braim seconded-''" That Cr. Kollett, of Kew,. be their represonta tive on the Board." Carried. From II. Maxwell Thomson, asking for particulars and refund .. out of Mloorehouso-stroot. Moved 'by Cr. Taylor and seconded by Cr. Day " ''hat tlle necessary information be given." Carried. From Albert Carlton, drawing attention to several works on his pro mises which had not been carried out iit a proper ainner. Referred to en gineer. P'rom City of Riclnond, asking what time and date would suit the council to attend in conference re, Weights and Measures Union. it was resolved that Crs. Braim, Maling, and Clayton be the delegates, and that any eve...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hawthorn Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. (Before Mr. O'Meara, P.M., and a full Bench.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

Hawthorn Polico Court. TCcaul,.\ y, Fr1uuutuyI 17. (leforo Mt. O' MelaLa, P.M., and it full Benchl.) TIwo boy:; unweld rcjlpcctivoly Clinrlos Brownit nod Wa'nltcr Staggurd were ioOthlb' up clharged with sctting tire to nat unoccoupied hetie in 1\utkehirldestreet, oil ''oduoedtty lasti. TIhe polce ntaked for it remanod lur it week, wvhich wits grantted. AesHtutur Ctce:. Andrew Pontinl, undortaltor, of Aulturn, Sproceeded agarinstHenory Mitolcn for anoault. fMr. \Venlloy apipeatreud for Mr. 'ootlio, anid tIho defetndnit was undefended. Andrew 'ontli gaUve ovidenco thatt the du M ttia'tg Itit htizil hibhjud tlht our, kuocklsd hlui down in the gutter, and kicked hilu, without giving hint (Maslon) the slightest provoca tionl whatever. Ile went to Dr. Eunbling, who attended hin for an injury to the head. In reply to dufondant l'ontin said ho did not ciroulate any slanderous reports in referonce to his (Maslon'a) wifeo. Constablo Coghlan gave evidenceo that he heard defendant say to Pontin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEB, 16. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE -:0:--- NUNAWA.I)ING COUNCIL, M --o Mlox . v, aln,. 1(;. Present-Crs. Bishop (ill the chair) and Rawlings, M'Arthur, Cooke, Morton, Ellingworth, and Serpell. CoRI Es?ONxxNCa. From A. Kennedy, asking the council to grant him an extension of time to complete - his contract. (iranted. From ii. M'Kllenxi, complaining of the insanitary condition of his pro mises in White Horse-road, Box Hill, which had been caused through the improvements the council was making in this thoroughfare. If the nuisance was not removed he threatened to place the matter in the hands of his solicitor. A letter was also read frolt the soli citors of Mr. Coekroft, complaining of the same nuisance, and informing the council that unless the cause of com plaint was removed legal proceedings would be instituted. A conununication fronm the Health Officer was also read dealing with tlhe same subject, and stating that the above premises were inl a most illSai-. tury condition caused through badl dra...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

Mrst, 1 ntily ShavpcII, the we'I~lll-ki "n MVclielI Clairvoyanit andi Iturbaliht. lils rc* metved tu 13l\utotldttctultc, CUplutt Ilawthmornm. (Ahlighlt at Cambleorwehl Stntion.) Diserase accuratcly diagnosetl smithoutL amskinmg thim Ipatiommtn sinmiglo qutestionm. Hlours: 10 to 14; 'Immmnramity evomninmgs, 7 to it, or biy nlppoinmt mmmommL. Pamtionts unmablo to consult porsonmollh i cam hanvo their diasemo dimgnostl with n looc of Unit', 'co : u at Iton't forgot the (ranlld Concer to be given in the Recreation Hall, Box H1ill, on Wed nesiday, I'ebruaIr.y 2th, in aid of the Box Ilill lreebytorain Church, when the follow. ing well-known artistes will take part :-Mi-as Josephine O'lrien, Mers ra... )Doubleday, .1. Josephs, C. lritten, and others. Admission, ,l. and Ids.,-L Avr.J l'huni Clothillng Copanlly have now Opelned it lBrancllh stabllishelllnt at i5ll Viec toriastreet (lato Silmipson's-road) Collingwood, with a well.solected stock of Mlon's, Youths', Iand Boys' Clothing. Note-A ...

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Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13.(Before Mr. W. Ellingworth (in the chair), Capt. Garside, and W. B.Lovering, j's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

Box Hill Court. -a I "msLt, , l",: uur.\In 13 . (Beforo Mr. W'. Ellingworth (in the chair), Capt. Garside, and W. II. Lovering, J's.P.) A young luan named John Novin, was charged with boeng an habitual drunkard. Sub.Inspector Walsh appeared to proscouto. Constable Jones stated that ]ho had arrested the accused' four times dring -the last 12 months, for being drunk and disorderly. On Saturday night the prisoner was intoxienated and was walking up White lforseoroad, talk lug to hhimself when he arrested hln. Senior Constablo Lloyd said the prisoner was i hard-working Ilau, the only failing ho had was that Ieo could not keep away from the drink. The chairman of the olench, after giving the accused it sound lecture, fined hint V.t, or one month. UNs,.xwrUit Assauitr. Henry Sherlock, who has been repeatedly before the enlch, was ciharged with con. initting an unlawful assault upon his miothler at Blackburn, on the 5th inst. Bridget Sherlock, the mother of the accused, stated that she had...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. A NEW DRINK FOR THE HOT SEASON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

COlnsES1'ONDE)INCE. --:o;- A N? \' DRINKC ]FO TI I; HO'r SEASON. TO Tilti: i:il'TiOll OP1 TII: " Ie'POTI:'r i, Sint,- rl'lllit mo, through tle ineditul of your widely circulated- paper, to briig the following under the notice of the public. .A few days ago I. iwas shown, ill It .olbourllu warehouse, a small hand fruit.press, madoe by the IEiterpriso 3 hanufateluriung lomiai y, ).ulphii street; L'thiladellphili, which was asserted to be the identical pattern press in use in Now "York during the grapeo seCson (and referred to some mouths ago in the public press by Dr. I1, . Smithl) for expressing the juico from grapels and other fruits, whieh L uhave no doubt is the fact, as the press is well adapted for the lpurpose. One minute will sufllce to press the grapes and clear the press of the refuse. Few people are awliro of the sustaining andt oxhilarating properties of freshly expressed griipe juice when used as a drinik in the warm scnson. )Dr. h. I,. Smith says it boller trink does not...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What does Protection Meanp [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

What does Protection MIeanP --:o:- (1Y" W. J. Curea.) Sinco those who advocate Free Trado are not all dishonest any more than Pro. tectionists a nr not nll dishonest, for no onIO will deny Ithat thereo ao nIen on eitlhr side wnho lhonestly believe lheir policy best for the lanborer and the cOln try, it is worth while to solve the ques. tion. IF we do it thoroughly we should got all hle honest men oi one side lear log the dishonest on the other. Once clearly separated we knlowr which must prevail. It is an old rule a1nd ai good o01e, to begin the considerationl of ia subject with a definition. We then, at leaInst, know what we are talking about; 1ond it is a noteworthy falct that nearly a1l the disagreoemntls of 11in may be 1traced to i viariance in thie mLanings they at(ach to words. A definition is the lmorei necoes slry ill disonssing .Pl'olouliol, belenuse that (trm lla Ilnilldly conve\'s Ino nee11' rate idea of the system it indliates. Alen aro Ilot chiliron to be shielded fromn...

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