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WATER SUPPLY FOR THE EASTERN SUBURBS. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 March 1891

WATER SUPPLY FOR THE EASTERN SUBURBS, --:o:- iEN''lHIUSI ASTIC MEI?.' I NGS. T'hie ioveinent wrhilch ies been lnauguir. slted in this district ill order to seculre all lllelent waler supplly, is likely, from all appearances, to be nattended with the most gritifying results. Tlioe residents of Canter. bury, Nuiircy HIills, and Blox Hill lhalvo taken up Ihlo subject in a miost buIniness.like man. nler. Thel filact haIs bcei mostl indelibly iin. prissed upoln theolli that this I'rge, iimport'. nilt, |ild wcallthly distric cllnllotl prolgress to any extenllt uilless lilt ollicienlll water supply is securelld. Tile sutffOeringl whiLch is enltailod uiion th?o inhabitalnts evoery stuntilner, espeol. ally lupon thei working classes, anmounts to a grealt hiardshlip, nlid in imanly instanleu diseanse his been clearly Itraced to tIu dlrilk ing of ihnmpure watelr. In order to obviate this sufferilg, anlld to stir up Ilme Publlo Works I)epiirtlcient to fulill n prolilae tlhant was mllade in gool...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 March 1891

Council Advertisements. S IR E OF NUNAWADING REGISTRATION OF DOGS. NOVIOE is hereby given that all Dogs moust bo registered on or befora Saturday, 15th day of March, 1891, and that theo visions of tho Dog Act, 1881, will b. rigidly enforocd. lnegistration may be ,sfledtdi'd wltith M ' .'J 11. Kelford, at the Slir&oInll, Bsx 11i1, on Mondays, from II to 12, and Fridays, 9 to 1. Foo: J ivo Shillings. (B~y order) S o H. kHAUGIHTON, Shire Socretary. BoxHill, Feb. 10, 1801, S IRE OF "D ONOAST RE TENDElS addressed to the President will be requived .ups to& 7 o'clobk ir.m;,4ti Monday; March tlf, 18111, for Carting and rrealkig Stone at M'Gahba Quarry.' Particulars at Mr; Ii. McDoiwnall's. By order, - FRANlK U, TIIOMAS, Shire Secretary, o P EC: I A L ,N· OT I CE. CoARN L crGl 11(d SON S, Of 7 BIOUllKE,-STiEET adl, 147 -lhI ZAhllTI -ST RInK1 lhnvo OPIIENIED COl'TRAL SUO\V .lQOMI S at t(iO CoUl n 4.sri'eet ,'(next Blullen'a whl ro they ]have n la go and unlquo stock 61f first ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 March 1891

Pure-Bread;. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. F1Oi SWEET ANI) 11. I)UtlIAI. (OR I'O G. Redman, Canterbury Bakery, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY. WAllUI.\NTlD 'l;IIEl, IlIlOM .\l.L'M. j.eli e'reld I)aly iii Canlntrbury, Cnimborwell, Hlilwyn, Surrey ills,3 l iill. 'lThle only Maiker in lihcLoloaiy oftho IYG I IC'lliOWN :]{T IEAD, . as-Tecommeindtied*by th lending 'london io Alcliven Far i lly. ..l i.a. 'ii ail Tcn ,l' i'i aC ur fu r oi) thio hlo l Notie. . . , ,, to,, u S i . ;; ' ..-'.; O ra I'qst llt ectl'n l'rolll Attq lllon. S. Snow, SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (OPP'OSITI TIAM .TEIMINUS), And at Camberwell. GIG, CA I ItIAG E and IlUGGUY HARNESS .1.A1) TI p .Ii).I.I A Iarge As~or'lmnicit of Portmiutenuc s, rief ir Glaldhlutono .13hgs oiln hi1ii,, COI2IllS CA.IlRF'ULY FITTED, WIll1PS, 1.1{USII E, UjGS, &c. Sectiadl-hlnal nd llrness .lought; or .xuliahngd for Now. To ithe Ladi?s of 71o lill and surtrojlddig district. RI I':C lU l'il.. MI LLTlŽ l. MISSES CO...

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

Tinit inhabitants of this district have, at last, to use a rather common ex pression, taken the bull by the horns, in dealing with tlleo all iportant stctiuo lof water supply, The groat o.trn!itioe to which all classes of society 1hav buee put to during the ilIst few weeks for the 'wanit of water, has aroused tie indignation of .tlie citiz.ens throughout tho length and breadth of this large district, who have held public indignation meetings in the centres of population for tle express purpose of letting tlhos in authority know that they do not in. tend to submit to the present unsatis factory state of tilings any longer. Tihe inhabitants virtually y y in so many words that they are not going to be satisfied and put ofi any longer with unredeemed promises. There can be no disputing tle flct that if the Public Works I)epartment had piushed on with the work of laying tihe main from tlhe Yun Yean to Surrey Hills with the least expedition, and simultaneously .had proceeded with the reti...

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

Local News.   Trlue dutputi tion utppointced at tlh roeont public ntetings hldd ill tlhix di?utict lo' the purpos?u of iumproving tlhc watcr uIupply will wait upon the lion. thlu Coluumis.,ioeru of Public W\orkls, on Wdlucduy next. !11th iust., at 11 a.uu. All iuture-tCd in thu iuuovu'eiuut a.e re'ueU?tuld to uccOlmipaLn" the dueputautionu . T'lth ,ucretiLuy of tihe I'De?t, riu tilnuulr', \\ater Le?,guue, Mur. Jlus. Slluddtoll, hn. rcueCiveULd it coI mlulliicIatioUI fromIu the S?cUetiL'iry of tIIthC \\'Water Supply h)CtpaLrtmenCLut lixing tlhe duhy uiud tihne iueuitionied above as the dlate on which the Colulnissioner will rcci'o tihe dcpultattiOll. Owing to a wroig figure in the Ji'ojrter Trophy table last weuk, it mnade it appear the 13ox Hill club had only gained II1 points, whllereas, it shouhld hi:ive been 4S. At the ucmetilg of the cNunawcading Coun cil on Monday, Cr. Dilhop said lce thought that the dog tax should be collected at the samel time as the rate.-colle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

THITREENTH HALF-YEARLY CLEARING SALE. FROM COOK & COMPANY Wholesale Family Drapers, SWVAN STREET, R~I CHM~OND This notice is to inform you that our usual CLEARING SALE will commence on SATURDAY, 31st JANUARY, and Continue during the IMVonth 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. \TVO t)Jffifln1Bi4 1ARG( AINS IN 'l'HEL1 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. Milihnery, Flowers Feathers, Laces, Ribbons all at half price. Ifemnants 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. 1ld less than half-price. Boys', Yout'hs', and M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Wide-Awake Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

The Wide-Awake Boy. As he lay in his cradle, a wee little mite, Examining flingers and toes with delight, And earnestly gazing with wide-open eyes On the Itrange world around hliin, and each fresh surprise. His nurses, delighted the baby to please Would hand hiin the trinkets he'd eagerly seize ; And, oh ! nt his antic, and capers they smiiled, Rlejoiced to behold such a wide-awako child Wlhe once on hli feet, then his course is not slow ; Fromn corner to corner he'll eagerly go; And within the enclosuro that lheus hiil arouid Ieu'll travel, and know every inch of the ground. His ear arre widle open, as well as his eyes, And lie listens alld listensl becoling iiioro wise Iacl day ; and his parents, with pride and S witli joy, Observe tle rich growth of lthe wide.awalk boy. From books and fromn people, froin every-day A harvest of good mo of evil lie gleans: The weeds nd the rubbish, or pearls of reat pricer I'roil gardens of virtue, or miarshes of vice. For all sorts of knowledge li...

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ORDINARY MATCHES. BOX HILL NEW COLLEGE. v. ALL SAINTS GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

i r; 9 · 7 I OilDINAikItY.A IEl t4 . IlJox Ill r( Nirw Coriiicrce. v. Air, HurrITs anti reslleri in as ,wtI orAIthiot KirtCstirarera shoUsol bg!t'lrt was 'ekdtr 'lV bfqollowing aretlib soord r .I rardllOHILI ?f 6 ir9n irr iI) J.iJ Aribsr .. ..i ' ..i b1 1 1 lotalil Ilrslotr 21, Miller il, .arrinIt li1 scoreil beetfor hoc x Hll;',Paternioster .3 (not Out) nditil 4 ann M A ooe 1 for St. Kirda 3 nloxr Ar imri iv. Urn', JACKe r j TIhirirthiulh wins crolrrraet n ite fion rtiridrny lrrrt, ann ii sullen in, a wsin for Mtout Albert by lire wicliete. Tire Mfont Albert ir their seconri innrirui8ng soon dispoedai of their nitrponienttsn, InRainly owinir to FIrascr'i anrd F. lInracli'nr good bowling. 'TIre batters for once were erriclpy'l~?rr.n los33frinid fOUrrnjbnlt oI thIIjr' ins they sail, " kids rte., ts ktne w Ihow to lIlay cricket. . hen lIr e kins " hput tirerir rll out for 20, they declhrrenl that it wsn all lick, arnd lIleaded I heir inrability to talyerr anrytlinIIIg but rIrrittinig....

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BLACKBURN V. BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

'Ilils iniatcli wiis reaiiiiued on Haturday last at Ilackbiirn. T'he two tiot-ouot miei, Meantr and Aiiderson, appleared tn tie wickets for Ilox IHill, facing the bowling of quiartor manti, who lod of froni th1U aiil way end. Ilrnler colitilluilg the atllack froli the opio. ilto ndio. Anderson was the ist one to retire, beiiig eleati howled by Qlnrtalertinu without addliltg to the scordi of the tpreviUs Xaturday. 7-1--l1t. Selinbet now Iilled the vincliey and luring the lartiership a few ions were corsd, Meiader, who sCenIem deternmlied tipoio retrievitIg tIhu appatently lost laurels of lila tcant, failed to overclnzu one froimi Quartermtian, ant retired, hnving male top score for his sile. 8-11-itt. t'ayno next followed, hut quickly rttriiced lil footstcle, having taduld liai wicket shattered iy another fronm Qitarternian. 0-0-l2. 'Poon tilled the vacancy, iiiid iiftar hitting Qaartorinaii for 2, lilt one frointi OUeeshy into M'Cotnb's hlatds whlih was held. 'T'lie intlings thus el...

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Sad Case of Drowing. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

B : Sad Oase of Drowir.g. -;o:· A svey end and mielancholy occurretico happened in the hlox Hill JUrick Conipany's danm, which in close along side the works, on Iriday evening, lith inst., whcn a young miai nanied John Stainsbury was necidently drowned. On the evening of that day, which had been unusually hot, the young uipn, in comipany with his younger brother, ames Stainebury, wvcnt to tho damn to have a batheo The younger of time two was the first to get into the water. iHe got on to a kind of raft, and on this he paddled a shliort distance from time, bank. On lookinmg round lie saw his ibrother comning towards IlImin, and told hlinti to bo careful as there were ii lot of, holes in the ihani. 11ie had only just iitterd these words whle he saw his brother disappear in one of those hmolok. lila brother, on coniing to the surface, miiainagcld to got into shallow water agalim, but as hle was try. ilg to reimceI his younger brotlier, whfo was on the raft, le steppeil into amnotimer h...

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Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 6.(Before Messrs. Wm. Ellingworth (in the chair) and Jas. Pepperill and Capt. Garside, J' s.p.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

Box5H~ill Cndui:tFZ (tlIfor Mesare. Wmi. Ellinggwortli (in the chaii) and Jas. 1'epperill anul Capt. Oar. side, J's.l'.) A middle aged man named Joseph Leigh was charged with having no lawful visable iiiealn5 of nolijiOrt. Constalle VilWlson sail the accused called at teu police station, nt Surrev Hills, on the previous Sfuniday night, andL asked to be locked up as he wua unable to work. He0 saidlid Il ad comea froni Lilydale, and lhal d had to live on charity for the Inast three monuts. The nocused snid he had been in the in furanary, in Nuw Soutli WaVnles, suffering (romt an attack of parnlysis in the right arm aidt left leg. Ho had derivcd tiiunhl benefit from thu trhntann he t lehad received there, aind was sent away as cured. He. eanmo to this colony, got wrork, whon he w'ae again itlllictel with hlis old malady. In consoe ijuence of pacalysis agaIn coiing on himn he had1(1 to give up his emiiploymineit, which wiis iibouL Ithoo thre onths ago, and. site tittit tiio lu haIld got...

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PHOTOGRAPHS! PHOTOGRAPHS! [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

1'IIOTOOIIAPIH5j I i.O'iiOrt; IA1'I1 is nuly ploaitioul !I Cnbiawts~, fa.; 12 CaibiuctH, 1liin. CIIEIr\'EST nuil UIIIS' inl City. St. (iewriu'$ Phloto. Coyv., 01)ponito Opcfl houriu, Ilourkc~ntrcet. T. Wouod, MaIr~nn~.~ or,.~

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A Pleasant Send-off. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

A Pleasant Send-off. A large, respectable, and reprjesntativo gatllering inot in the Clurch of Christ, Surrey Hills, on Thursday night, 5thl.o March, for the purpose of wishing Mr. W. Wilson, who sailed for Hlnghliid on Satur. day, boll I'oyale, aiid also to \isl him l ti a safo return to Ilis native land. Mr. Wilson has been a resident'of Surrey Hills for several yeanr, anld as (lwiVys taken pn qeutvu in toroult Ilui'lthering ayl"y illovYi'lent which had for its object the elevationl of tlhe young Ime111 andl thle gelneral illproveluent of thle district. Thel church was lhandsomely decorated for the occasion, the wall of the building being lhung with suitable anld aIppro. priato llottoes. Tei chair was occupied by Mr. Tyce, of Carlton, who said they had llet together for the purposo of wishing their highly estleemed brother and fullow-labourer in the caitis of Ohrlpt, (od-spsod, I Insppy isltd prosperous jounloy, and a satf return. As Mr. Wilson was no wull known to all prouent ho ...

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HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY. WM. H. OAKLEY, GLENFERRIE ROAD, Near Barker's-road, Glenferrie. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

Nei la Urkcr's~ruad, (lcur~ciriv, vhlildrcu.l tad to cLhhwr~ihl by (hoe ncw lr wanntlr l broalldo prooerl.

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

CORRESPONDENCE. TO THil: EDITUll O TilH " IIEPORTIEOt. Sll,-I recognisea tlh benlefit to tlle coil Inunlity of recreation in healthful athletic exerceles, and 1111 pIlenlad to nutice that yorll trophy lihas done mull to creatu all increased interest tiroughout thu district inl what is well called, " thu natiollal gamlo of cricket." Along with ilnreased interest, howuver, keen partitanl feeling, fr-btlueltly of a disagreell bly dlueooustrativt nature, hlil also ariuen, and Iuilleil kuepl within reasonuible bounlds, it will iandly imlar the benelliial effects expected. Th'u icsunsless, anld uflult cowri lly habit of " bairuking" llts bencii very Ilarked nl seve. rill of thle Illre iipuortailt nita litehe of thlu Seasull, to tilu alilnnlllova lld disgust of 1ill urdlerly and fair-alilaledc ptuplu Ilprecllt. W\\ile the plnyers have atriven courteoualy and honorably to do their best for tlheir ru aslective clubs it nu llber of youltihs lild younll lie1ll, froin IIOust of wholii unu would...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. "REPORTER" TROPHY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

B PO R TI N G, *CRICKET. "IIEPOIITEl " TIROPHY MATOIIES. OAmuISavnu v. 8ull11EVY HILlls. The following are Iheo eores: OANTERIIBUIIV Eirst innings .. I.id Srconnr INNIS(na. Unwoa, a Cluhargo, b Duann .. '7 M'Plheorgon, b Dunn ... .. .. 11 Lynch, a alloon, b Dunn .. . . 0 Sutthorlontd, (not out) . .. 4 * Edmaanad, b Iolton .. .. 0 Total 4 wkts for .. Suaanar IIIIIoro (FirtlInniings). Hogan, b I nlda a .. . .. 1 Wilson, I, Scot ..i ·a Ulnnner, b IHadlana .: ... Marish, ibws, b Walker *.. ., '1 titaince, h Mackia .. .. .. 2S aunn, a H8hlanlii d, b WVnlker .. 7 Ilolton, Ibw, b Setherliniad .. .. t Dunn1~, O andl b Hultherland .. .: 14L Chargo, b llowan, .. .. . tith, Ii 8IhIaerland a .. .. Wilson, (not not) .. .. 1 Ijundries . I) Total .. Daxetween):( v. JIrrICusu.3L * This anaatch wisias eonliniscolnil Htiturd1y Iast It 1) oaastar, and resulted in a win fos The following are tho shores: 1"irst inninags. .. ..0' hock, Cronaai b n oore .. v...n' I Thoman, b Moor...... . .. .. 2 Laurie, r...

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AUSTRALIAN SANITARY COMPANY, LIMITED. A Commendable Proposal. New Way of Getting Over an Old Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

AUSTRALIAN SANITARY COMPANY, LIMITED. A Commendablo Proposal. New Way of Getting Over an S Old Difficulty. TIle following is reprinel d from the * Even;iti Stmlard of Saturday, February S1.1, 1ti1:- It would soecn that after many years ol failuro, muchl ulnploasanltnoss, and danger to tihe publio health, we are at last about to roaolh tlhe point where, under a imore pro. greaoivo oondition of things, wo ought to havo arrived at long before this. A good few years must nocBesarily olaipm before any proper system of drainage can be carried out in Melbourno, and if Iehoves us to make some better anld halthicr provision than now exists ponding tile now drainage arrange. ment, wi wlr we all hope to see soime day brought to perfootion by tile Mturopolitain Board of Works. Tihe present process of removing niglhteoil is an abomination, i dis grace, ind a'standing inonanc o to tle popn ation ; and that a substitute should be found for it imnirediately is highly imperative. One of tile mIost c...

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COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. ---:0:- ]IOIIOONDARiA SHI-HE COUNCIL. LoNDAY, MAIcU VTrn, Presont: Cr. Dillon, President (ih the cluir), Iand Crs. Vear, Mitling, Taylor, Hicks, Drain, Clayton, and COIIIIHIP5ONi)NNCE, Fromn the Health Oficed beig a letter that wIs hIOlldover _fr'o m. last. Iniceiig, ·re l increse of Rsalary. In rfrence to thils lmatter C.* Brainl said theeio was- local freling i'omva lent t oit ell the oikrs of the council should reside in the district, antii le thought that they should endeivour to 3get a health oflicer who lived in the Sshire. Wliere it was possible they should appoint local men. Cr. Hicks a said hle thought it would be very bad 3 grace to dispoeise. with the services of Ithe Health Oflicer nowv that lie annited an increase of silai'y. lie iiioved " That the salary of the -IHaltli Oflicer be increased to £flO a year." Cr. Day sCcoiided the motion, and iii doing sosiud hle thought it would heu out of place, as well its iuijimst, to dis pin5su with J)r. M'Mull...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

S DE CIAL INOTICE. CARNEG-IE and SONS, Of 57 ROURKE.STil4LET and 117 EIAZAUETHl. STIIEET, Have OPENED CENThAL SHOW RhOOMS at 2110 Collinss.treet (noxt Mullen's) where they hava a largo and unique stook of irad. class pianos, organs, musical boxes, etc, by ; nall theu loading muakprs. We are sole agents os tpio d'~enu no') iijii iOrgns. These splendidiiistrunibnitaniarro o. surassed for pu ity of lone, durability and bonuty of caso. ilumy, Ps.an., Camurnc, anld P'sl,.-Seres,-fromn s .C12 to 200O. 1 'Ah liioloi aglouts for, the ,marvellous soltfplaying " Aeolian "(Organe, which render ·'corrcetly dance, classical, or sacred mnusci, by mioroly using thepedals: Also, sole ngents tor Paillard and Co's.,, Cemoeu\Trun Musw~.st, ]30.ks. Our well known liigemnrac " pialnostand unrivalled for tone, beauty, and linish. They have aclionaa, will' specd ia l provenients. They give Uslstlinsu. Svtsra. yrlaoind aire the delight of ill who hlear' them. They are th beost incdiiinmi.priced (lernian pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. 1?OR SYFWIET AN1)L'U1II 1311 IA I) GO rO G. Redman, Cntterbxury Bakery, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY. wAmlltA'IrD Fun a FUOM ALUM. Delivered [aily in Canterbur'y, Cmberwoll, .lalwyn, Sulrroy Hfills, Bo, .1Lill. To 0 only Mnker in tho Colony of Ilhe 11YGTENIC IIlIOWiN lIREAD, us rcconunendod by the leading Loinlon Mcdit'nl IFaiculty. I5 ,1'iCnioudl ci'ePa1'an'ls Catored for on the Shorteat Notier. ~·r.i it~y : :Olrdeaa!!S 19ost Rocolt Irodijie . ino w, SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (Ol'l'OSITIE TlAM 'TiEUM INUS), And at Camberwell. SICG, CARIdAGI nud 1UtGGYX ][AIINESS 21'AD.E TO 0111E1r A Lnrjge Assortmnclutof rortinantoinus, Biriof & Gladstono uegs on hand. COUL ~LARS C WETALL 1 FILTED.. WHIPhS, IJRUSHLES, liUcS, &o. CS)cond-lhni1h( IHarness Ilouglht, or Exchlnsngod for Now. To tho Ladios of Box Hill and surrounding district. 11EDUC ID Ml li eNE RY. MISSES COLLINGS S'rArlo( ,S luyr Box 1lni., Are naow Se...

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