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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

Council Advertisoments. S HIIRE OF NUNAWADING - IjECISTRATION OF DOGS. NOJICE is hereby given that all Dogs must be registered on or before Saturday, 15th day of March, 1891, nod that the !.ro visions of the Dog Act, 1811t, will be rigidly enforced. Rlegistration may be oflected withl Mr. J. lt. Kelord,at the Shiro lhnll, Box lill, on Mondays, froml to 12, and Frlidays, It to 4. F'co- Five Shillings. S.. - . iiShlire Sucretary. Box lill, Feb. 1;1, 1891. U1Rr OIL., NUNA\VA1)INUG. TENDERS will be received.up to 1 p.m. on MONDAY,J.'s ;I MARCII,. 1801, for ltto following works: Contract No.; 47t--.Completion of work on Elgar-road, South of Canterbury-road. Contraet Nos18 .-Outting, tilling, and con. struction of Brick Bridge, over Kooulng Creek, on Banrites' road. Contract No. 1.1-Forming and inetalling El|gar-road North, Speciicltions to be seen at the Shire lall Ilox lHill, iy'torcdr, W. A11.\ Utij'l'TON, Shire Secretary. ~ 111111: O F D)ON CA ST I. APPLICATIONS will be received up to...

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

Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. FOR SWYEET AND PU.I1iE lliEAI) GO .rO G. Redman, Canterbury Bakery, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY. WARRIIANTED FTREE FROM AlUM. D)elivered Daily in Canterbury, Canmberwll, Ihtawyn, Surrey .hills, Blox [ill. Tho only, Maker in the Colony of tho IYGOIEN1C RI]lOWN BR.EAI), as recommeonded by the leading London DMedical Faculty. i Picnic aUnd Ten Parties Catered for on the Shortest Notice. ?' Orders hy l'Post Rleceivo Prompt Attention. :SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (OPPI'OS1TE TllAM TI'IMINUS), And at Camberwell. GIG,,CAlI.lIAGE and ]iU(GGCY HAINESS ?IMA]DE TO ORDER A Lr'go Assortmont of Portmantcaus, Brief & Gladstono Bags on hanld. COTLARIS: CAIREFULTY F.ITTIED. WH\1 PS; BRlUSI[ES, HUGS, &q. Secondl-land lHarness Bought, or Exchanged for Now. To, the Ldies of Box Hill and surrounding district. 'REDUC.IE) MII LLINEIIV. IVIISSES COLLINGS 4 STATION STRIOCT, Blox I111.1, Aro now Selling nall SUMMIEII (i001)S a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 February 1891

OxN: of the most serious questions that must oro long engage tho attention of thl local municipal councils is that of draiage, which Ihs, unfortunatel.', in tho past only been dealt with in a very casual Imanner. Fronm whatovor side this question is approached, it presents a most important aspect. r'hore is no getting away from that phase of the subiect. Thlo longer it romains in aboyance the more diflicult will it bo to successfully copo with it. It is something like tlh tornado-it gathers force and strength' in its on ward Ilarcli, and the longer it is left to look after itself tho more deadly does it become. The fact may not be generally known, but it is nevertheless true, that there is an open sewer ruining through Box J ill, Surrey Hlills, thence through Canterlury, iind so onil until it finds Ian outlet 'in the Yarra. In this largo drain, which carries off all the refuse from the placos mnoltioned, the offensive matter is allowed to roenlini until ai thunder. storm lclinses it...

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

ARLINGTON v. GLENFERRIE.       This matlh (for Mayeor' ' rolfphy) wa.s commalonced at (floanferri, on h:tutrday last ill the l'eseince of fully 41)0 spoelaltorls, who evinctd great i interest in the match aI both clll.b are eqsal in point~ for the trolphy, anld whoever winlls this match will likely bu th winner of the coverted trophy. •The IGlenferrio went in first and noccneded in making the reospctable scoro.of 103. The Arlington replied with 95ii, for two wiokets. Lawrenceo 1 and AIr. l'hilpott (not out) 47, being the scores. Tho mnatch will be continuedl next Saturday. Last Saturday the Union Jack club tra velled to Fern Tree Gully to play the Fern   Tree Gully Juniors. The Juniors were the first to bat, but made no stand, being all dis posed of for 32 runs. The Jacks then went to the wickets, and, owing to the splendid hitting powers displayed by Aspinall, who ran up 41 (not out) in a short time, they de feated their oplonents by seven wickets and 43 runs. Next Sat...

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

Local News. -0 Tile Surrey Hills Cricket Club will receive a great blow by tile loss of the services of their gonial skipper (M1s. W. Wilson), who, at the and of the present month, will leave these shores for a trilp round the world. 'Tho gentleman ill iestion will not only be iissed by the Cricket Club, for during Iris residence ill Surrey Hills hle hiat closely idenlltifled imlnself with overy movelmelnt which had for its object tile welfare of his fellowmen. In the temperance circle Ills voice lihas ever been raised against tile drink traflll, and in the religious circle he hIas always taken ln active part. All who know ihiul, we feel certain, will heartily join with 11s il wishilg IMr. Wilsoll boa I.oUytll anlld a safe rurnlll to these sllores,. Mr.. Wilson sails by lthe Orlahia onI the 7th of March. It will be remembered Ilthat thle eployees of the Box lill BIrick Comlpally held i monster and very successful picnIc inl March last year, alld the place they selected for their out...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

.THITREENTH HALF-YEARLY CLEARING SALE. F11GM COOK & COMPANY Wholesale Family Dra~pers, SWAN STREET, 141(1r11IMOND This notice is to inform you that our usual CLEARINGS SALE will commence on SATURDAY, 31st JANE UAP1Y, and Continue during the Month of February. We shall offer some wonderful value at this Sale. Owing to the unfortunate Strike and late sitmmer, our Stock is far too heavy, so will offer at such prices that must command a quick sale. WONDERF UL I31B(GAiN S IN THE FOLLOWVING Embroidered Robe, half-price. Prints, de Lames, 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. 1id., less than half-price. Boy s', Youths...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Episode. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

An Episode. I was a blithe -ioearted girl, and as innlIol of wroug-doitug as a. snowdrop, when I first ueLL Gudfroy laudiall. 1o win a tall, dark man, with deep set, intonsuly black eyes, which seenwd to have a comnpellimig influence over my will the very first time they were fixed upon moy face. and when he asked mie to fly with hint j wcnt willingly. - For a time things went possr. 1. well. Godfrey was kind ind attentis. *" at first, and when he was with me my y conscience was lulled to rest; but when r. his absence grew frequent, and I was loft alone with my thoights, they turned with remorseful tenderness towards my kind parents. Our homne was a little out of a popu. b ous but straggling town, inhabited e, chiefly by miners, among whom my bus. e, band hI, come, as I soon learnt, to stir up strife and foment disconteint between them and their masters. It wits a strong r. gloomly-looking mansion, with gates and rl bars, which gave it n prisonrlike aspect. Ft, Godfrey had rented it...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MITCHAM. V. RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

This match was finished last Saturday on the ground of the former, and resulted in a victory for Mitchamn with eight wickets to spare. llixuwouo. First innings . . .;t Second Innings *. t0 Grand total .. .. .. 01 MTITcSMr. First innings . 110 Second Innings,.two ilclccts for .. 0 (rand total .. . :. . 1. Cronin with 27, Moore 10, and J. Geddes 15, were the principal scorers for Mitcham Strachan being the only one to make a stand for Ringwood, getting 10. Cronin, Moore, and W. Titus did the bowling for Mitelnanm. The following is a table showing the posi tion of caeh club playing .for the above trophy: Club. . Box Hill .. 0 1 7 0 2 80 40 Blackbitrai .. 8 2 G 1 .2 02 40 Mitchamn . 0 1 5 2 2 27 40 Surrey lills.. 8 2 11 2 3 21 .10 Canterbury .. 0 1 :1 3 5 22 40 Doncaster .. 8 2 1 7 0 12 40 Ringwood . 0. 0 1 0 1 0 0 I .10 Next Saturday's teams will be selected from the following: Box lii, v. Btn.Acuunmx, at Blackburn. Box 11i11 will be selected from-Anderson, lee(k, Carson, Meader, Payne...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. "REPORTER" TROPHY MATCHES. CANTERDURY V. BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

SPORTING. 01lUCKE.T. iiI'ORT'rEll " TROPHY MATCHES. C.tI:rInorav V. 0ox II iihi. This miatch was reseuted Ilst Saturday. Canterbury had put together i1st r1uns in their list innings, and liox Hill had seven wickets down for 81. Meatier and White were fli first to take their stand at the wickets for ilox hill, and the former added three runs to his score when hie was caught by Mackie, ofT Walker. Carson tairinored White, and the latter, who batted well the previous Haturday, failed to score, U1ndlan bowling hint in his lirot over. Toon, the last 222an, 2a2d1 three runs when I12dinan bowled hi2, the total score being 19 rolls. Car.teorhuy sent Sutherland and lHtdiein to the wickets. Meader and Selllber bowl ing. Banis catlo slowly. Mnladien led ofl with one off Meader. Sutherland played it maiden over from Schwber, when Iladlain cut Mealader, '0oon mutking it splendid catch. I 1 -4. Mt'iherson sttpped into the vaeant crease, but was bowled ilrst ball. ]lowens filled tilu vlcanlcy, bot...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL TRADES V. SURREY HILLS TRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

1Box 11im Tttusans v. Smunrxv 1huts Ts.ives. The return match between these tentts took place last Wedniesday on the ground of the latter, and resulted in a thorough defeat of the visitors, and which will make the next match all the more interesting as it will show who are the conquerers; up to the present it being a win each. Mach satisfte tion is expressed at the way Mr. Shallard got his tenor together, it being a very strong one ; and the same rettark is due to Mr. J. S. Robertson, who worked very hard to have a representative gathering front Box Hill. Thi'e result is seen at the termtinus of this report. Mr. K. W. Staines was captain of the Surrey Hills, and having wott the toes front Payne, of Box Hill, decided to take the wickets, which was a good decision, as G. 11. Smith andt t. T. King were not separated until the score reached 12, Smith having contributed 21. The other successful bats men were-Staines (retired hurt) 211, Charge 1tt, Collins 18, W. T. King Iti, Shallard lit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONT ALBERT v. 15 HILLSIDE & WHITROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

MrsT Ai.ianur v. 1.i Ilnu..siin & , Wniruose. This match was plnyed last Haturdny, and resulted in a win fnr Mont Albert by four runs, after a very close innings. The scores were-Mont Albert, 80; combined teams, 201. lJxiox JlieK v. MirriinuM Asrrn.u.Iux Iluice Axi, Tien CouirAxv. Last Saturday the Jacks journeyed to Mitcham to play a team chosen front the above works std scored an ensy= win. H. Illackbirn won the toss and decided to send the Company's tean to the wickets. The batsmen did not mika imeli of a stand, the last wicket falling when the score stood at 20 runs. Simi and Geo. Blackburn did all the bowliig, the former taking six for 11 and the latter four for nine respectively. The hoiks then went to the wickets and raude 102 runs before they were all disposed of. S. Blackburn headed the list with 25 to his credit when he was unfortiinitely ron out. P. nlaisted camue next with 21, while Pope and G. Blackburn made 14i and 18 respectively, none of the others reaching d...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wit and Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

Wit and Humour. The coaled lire. throws out the most heat. Government pastry-A mint spy. A scaled proposal-The engagomont kiss. A fine thing in neckties-A diamond pill. A nod thing in bonnets-A dozing woman in ehurlsh. A suspended sentence-The ono the stammeurer tries to speak. Somnambulism is believed to be an unconscious traucciaetion. Wanted-A long ulster in exchange for a short bathing.suit. With an oyo to the ilstin chlnco--heo leader of a'country eltos*. Ought not an old buffer who takes 40 winks to put a-" lnapkin "over his head? A lay chap has found out that work. ing between meals is unhoelthy for him. The prettier the foot and ankles the easier they got up " stores." 7it is doubtless owing. do our being, of clay that we Illssolcasily broken. It isn't a great ways to the and of a cat's nose, but it's fur to the end of: its tail. SAlntd the cloud wedded he shadows," sing' a poet. Sort of iL bigger-mist, eh P Many a wom0 n who (toes not know even the multiplication table can ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Death of Constable Healey. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

Death of Constable Healey. It is indeed with extreme regret that we announce the death, which occurred at Sur rey Hills, at three o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, of Constable Patrick Healey, who was in charge of the police station at that place. lie was taken suddenly Ill the morn ing after the late tire at Surrey Hills, and as his case was a serious one, Dr. Fulton was called in, when he found Constable Healey was sutiering from a severe attack of gastric fever conbitned with a very bad cold, which eventually getiurated into typhoid fever. Dr. Fulton was most attentive to the de ceased, who peacefully expired as stated above. The ilsceitaed was conscious at the tinte of his death, and his bedside was sur rounded by Mrs. Healey and her three chili dren, and tiany friends including Constable Wilson, who was most attentive to the poor sutferer during his illness. Constable Healey ;wris. la years of age at the time of his death, and had been 14 years in the police force, two years of w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Water Supply for the Eastern Suburbs. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

Water Supply for the Eastern Suburbs. --:o: 'iThs Scarcity of waiter lthroughout tho eastern dilirict, as usual, at this senson of the ye: r, has been most severely felt. 'lihe few hot days whi.di prevailed last week were rendered all the more trying owing to the small amount of pure water that wes available in all parts of the district. The privation was so great that a number of the leading residents felt that the time had arrived when some measures should be taken that would induce the Public Works Ilepatrt. naent to puslv on with the water works at Surrey Iiiles, so that another summter would not find the inhabitants placed in such try ing circumstaniei owing to the scarcity of water. A committee comprising the follow ing gentlmnn-Messrs. Win. Ellingwortlh (chairman), Herpoll, 11awlings, M*I)ownlI, iatnseen, hIovering, Scott,- Mercy, W. C. Taylor, and Sntddon (secretary), were elected at a meecting of residents. After con sidering the matter at length these gentleinen considered...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
New Wesleyan Church, Blackburn. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

New Wesleyan Church, Black burn. The leaders of the Weslevanl Church in this district were induced to conmencd build operations at Blackburn owing to the gener ous offer of the Freehold Banking Company, who lhas most generously presented the de nomination with all eligible block of land upon which to erect their church. The offer was at once most gladly accepted, and steps were at once taken to erect a building upon the land given by the above-mentioned company. All the preliminary arrangementi having been completed, thu trustees invited James Callaghan, Esq., to lay the foundation istone. This interesting ceremony was performed last Friday afternoon by Mr. Callaghan in the presence of a large number of spectators. Previous to the laying of the stone, Mr. M'Comb read a statement detailing t-l cituses which had iit?m lhe Wesleyans to commence building :rSton? l ?s at Blackburn. That place was destined, at no distant date, to be a town o. considerable importance, and it was only right...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hawthorn Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21. (Before his Worship the Mayor (Cr. F. Gillman) and a full Bench). INCENDARISM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

Hawthorn Police Court. --:a:- T'1s'.iY, r, ?ltlr.stY 3I. (Blefore hlia Worship the Mayor (Or. F. Gillnao) and a full lihchl). INrENI,.titisii. Charles Drown and Walter Slaggard, two diminutive boys, wero charged with setting tire to tin unoccupied Itouse in Wakefield street on the 11th inst. Mr. Westley aitipeared for the boy Brown and Staggard was undefendeo. Constable P'Carthy gave evidence as to the arrest of the prisoners, and before the constable went further with his evidence Mr. Westley contended that the boys wore under age and. therefore they could not be erhuinally dealt with. The e hildren did not understand the charge, and the statement iiade to the constablo by the bov' Brown could not be given in ovidence against hinn. Thd Bench deolded to hear the evidence in the case. - Annie Sugdon was called, and deposed alio was in Wakefield-street on the day in question, and about five o'clock in the after noon sho saw some boys in the yard; she could not swear tho two boys in co...

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Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M., and Capt. Garside and Win. Ellingworth, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, F1 EIlUAily 20. (Blefore Major Ilartrop, P.M., and Capt. Gar sido and Win. IEllingworth, J's.l'.) A number of assault cases, Amery v. HIolkey, and others were called on. In the case of Amery s. lickey the lawyer for the plaintiff, in opening tho case, stated that the cause of the complaint originated as to who was the owner of certain land in which the alleged assault had. been coin mitled. The police magistrate slated that if the case was to be judged from the open ing addrees of the solicitor it was clear that the ]lench had no jurisdiction, and therefore could not hear the ease. Tita only course open to the plaintiff was to sue in a higher court. The solicitor said all the live cases were of a similar nature nid all hinged on the ownership of land. HIe would, therefore, cunsent to have them witldrawn. As the solicitor for the defence agreed to this course all the cases were accord igly struck aut, the defendtnis' cotnsel informing thlie lench that the disp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23RD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

I3O1lQONDAA -1t11 U.C'UUNU.IL. 1!lau.vy, Fiunuu.tu 2Sun, Present Cr. Dillon, President (in the chair), and Ors. Y'ar, .M1aling, Taylor, I licks, lirain, Clayton, and Day. Colnn:sruoiu:NDc. From Mrs. loachel, stating that she had received the account for matik ing the right-of-way near her resi dence, and that if a reduction were made in same she would pay it. Ru ceivcd. From John Thomas, stating that an application had boon made for rates at Hartwell, and that the same would be paid if a reduction, of ouo-third of the price woere naide, as he -hal an agreement to that offect. i0ferrerd to rate collector. ;' From the Clristian Temperance Union Branch at Surrey I-fills, asking the council to place it water trough at. the railway station at that place. In reference to this. matter, Cr. Clayton presented a petition from it number of carters and other residents in: Surrey Hills, asking the council- to erect a water trough at the same place.. 1-l moved-'' That the council erect the same.'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

Government Advertisement. ENXCINE.DRIV'ERS' CERTIFICA'l'ES. 1N OTICE.-Applications (to be accot 1. panied by is fee of lx.) to be examuined in country districts for kkratitiates as Engine drivers under the g1qiI ; 1 O at0ilt the I'rtorics and *1& A,4' 189O will' be re ceived until the 1st March next, addressed to the Secretary~for Mines, .Mlbourne. 'AIpljications will be received front candi. dates desirous of being examiined in Mel boutno up to2Othi-May next. wIntendtng.candidates.can obtain forms-of application and c.'pies of regulations from the Otlico of Mines aid fronm thq arious; 'Mining and ieaciorey.>spectors throughaot) the colony. Appicth.aionts ,will., also its rciv~ted,-U for Corti lictlti:'uIoiteihr Mifcnititait only:)tit Casndidatcs for Second-class Mining Cer titicates of Compotenoy }vill aqitro 'to have twelve mnoithi' xperience assistitg in the driving of engines Instead of six muonths as heretofore. Candidates for First-class Mining Certill Cates of Comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 February 1891

Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. FOil SWEET AND VUHiiE iBREAD GO ro G. Redman, Canterbury Bakery, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY. WARRANTED RIEM FROM ALUM. Delivered Daily in Canterbury, Camberwell, Bahwyn, Surrey ]tills, lox Itill. lTsh only Minker in tho Colony of the ITYGTENOIC .IBOWN BREAD, as recommended by tho lending London Medical ]sa lty T ionic and Tea Parties Catered for on the Shortest Notice. L1 Orders by Post Rce ive Prompt Attention. 0 B Snow SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (OPl'Ol'L'TI TilAM 'lTimMIN US), And at Camberwell. GIG, CAIlIAGE and BIUGGY IIAJINESS 3FADE TO O]IDERl A Large Assortmont, of 1'ortmantenus, Brief & Gladstono Bags on hand. COLLARS OAREFULLY FITTED. WliJUIS, JflUSHIES, RITGs, &0. 5econd-hand Harness Bought, or Exchanged for Now. To the Ladies of Ilox lill and surroundingiu district. HlEDUCIE1D Ml LdY BIVE. MISSES COLLINGS "STrAIoN SuTiiM.¶r, BO\ H1t., Are now Selling all SUMM E l (1001)8 at REDUCEDI PIRIC...

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