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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

Local News. T'lie annual meeting of t(ie Camnberwell football club will be held ini the Upper Ilnw thorn Hall, on Monday, 21rd ilnt., at 8 o'clock. All unemnbet's alnd initendlinig iinenii. lars are rciuested to attend. The harvest Ihniiiksgiving ervices of St. ('eter's Cliurcli, he. 1Hill, were celebrated on Xunday last, The 11ev. W. Mantell, of Xt. l'liillips', Collingwood, olleated and thueu was a fair atienaeulce at ill the seiviecs. The church was decorated with hlowerd, fruits, vegetablee, etc., uld presented a very nice appearance. At the evening service the rev. geiitleiiiai i dealt it some length on the forgetfuhijess of man to reiidei thanks to Ciod for plst favors bestowed on lihii; anid esplecinlly for t(ie plenteous anrvest, witiout which our bodily life would be seriously reiiihitded lis lhearers that t(ie poor reijuircd iot uonly their heart sympathy, but (heir praetical sympathy, anld iolUtil tthat they would show by their actioiis (hit they were really grateful to A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

'ilt duputation that waited upon the Minister of Public Works on \Wetdnes day on tlh water supply question, eliuited ono filct that was not it all encouraging to the Box Hill and ilhilkburn dloegates. So far as Stir roy Hills and Cauinturbury ar6 concerned tlhey lavo every reuson to feel satisfied with tlo.reply given to the deputation by Mr. W H\\'miLn, the Commissioner of Publio Works. T'he inlabitants of thloso pllacs ir'e ualmost sure to hllvo tie watter beforo nuxt Christitilas, tiid thlt is all they want. Not so, how over, with Box Hill. Tite Comninis sionor distinctly told the deputation Ithat the monoy voted to reticulate Box Hill Ihad all been expondod elseo whero ; that tile wteor truit would be hi1anded over to the Motropolitin Board of Works after the 8Otlh Juno next, and we should lhav to look to thaut body to linish the work. He would not oven promise that the ictioulatioil of Box Hill would be colmmeonced within any given tilio, but would lo tho matter entirely in tlo...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATER SUPPLY FOR THE EASTERN SUBURBS. Deptation to the Minister. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

WATER SUPPLY FOR THE EASTERN SUBURBS. ---:o0: De-utation to the Minister. A very largo deputation, complrising ro presentativcs frot Canlterbury, Surrey Hills, ,and Box Hill, was introduced to tle Coin. missioner of Public \'orks..on.Wednesday morning last, by Mr. John Keys, M.P. for the district. Thile dputation was organised for tile purpose of getting tlhe departlment to proceed with tihe work of ruticulating tile district with as littlu delay as possible. The lion. Jamnes nalfour said the deputa. wished to havo the water laid on, butlbefore this could be done it would be necessary foi the dOpartmient to proceed with tleo work ol laying down the simll pipes ilnmedinately SThey had secured a distinct promise sOine Sllime ago fromll tile departiiLent, and tie Sduputation now wished to kniow when thai proiiise would bu fullilled. During the hol weather it was very trying to be placed on i 1 short allowance of wator, and this fact alone Swould account for tile cagerness of til Igentl...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 March 1891

DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAACH 9. Present: Crs. Sell (President), Zerbe, Tully, Smedley, Lawford and Winter. CORRESPONDENCE. From Sands and M'Dougall stating Melbourne Directory for the year was ready. Received. From Berwick Shire asking coun- cil to urge the Premier to pass the Amended Local Government Act next session. Received. From Education Department in- forming the council that Doncaster East School would be closed for a week, and it would be thoroughly fumigated and cleansed. Received. SECRETARY'S REPORT.     The Secretary reported that the loss of rates through appeals was £24 5s 4d, estimated loss of endowment £36 8s; total loss, £60 13s 4d. Costs (solicitors) £44 0s 4d ; appellant's costs, £16 15s. He also laid on the table a list of the works ordered by the council. The report was received. ENGINEER'S REPORT. He reported that the contract for cutting Cronan's Hill was completed. He requested that the plans for works on Blackburn road should be...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Put to the Test. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

Put to the Test. A- very mrry and well-assorted party, consisting chiefly of young people of botd h sexes, was one bright winter's morning assembled at Greystone Towers, the coluntry abode of M\r. Ashion, a retired banker, whose only. dnughler, Lilian, governed his house, and brightened it with her fair young presence. Amlong the guests at the Towers wans one who followed every mnovemlent of its mistress withW-longing glsze, but despair in his heart. Harry Granham had but lately roturned to England, after an absence of five years in Australia, cherish. ing a secret hope that Lilian, who was only (i when lie left, would be found there and without either it husband or a lover, Before lie went away Harry lihad nw breatlhed a single word of love " to Lilin Ashton, HIo thought her too young to be spoken to in regard to a matter ilat so intimately concerned heri future wel. fare; and as for starting a courtship by ieans of letter.writing when lie was so fur away from her, lie had too much...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORDINARY MATCHES. DONCASTER HEIGHTS V. BOX HILL CLUB XI. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

OIU INARY MAJTCOI1I, DoxscA8THa IHISzon V. UBox I-ir.r, CLUI.l XI. ! Tlh above muatlh wal plaLyedCat Box Hill on the 7th inut., hit? resulte~ d ilin win for tho former. Tho following aro tho acoros: IIOX HILL. IIONCLATER II IIHVIITH, J. Williams .. 7 Williamson .. 28 WV.Willinins.. 0 J. Tully .. 17 lrowwer .. 112 I. Witclhll .: 15 J. Kcllord .. 0 .narden .. 10 Iarbour '. 1 W. Uullon .. i A. Sutton .. 0 W. Clay .. 5 I. Johns, not A. IIardidgo 0 out .. .. . 11t. (. Cameron 1 llobortson .. 0 A. Smith .. 5 Swinton .. I 1). Tully, not Stones .. 1 out.. 0. ]Jycs .. 4 II. Clay - 0 lyeo ,.. I3 Total .. 07 Totaln. .3I .oNCAHWTmi H'iIOJITS V. ST. mIhlA l.T'IIIImH°" Tiio nbove match was played at Doncaster and rosulted in favor of tho hlom tean. Appendeod nr the scores : THAI I "H D)NCl.HTII llIIKI(IITH. Pencock .. 0 J.'Tully .. 1 Hooper .. 12 II. Crouch .. 7 Wilson .. 2 J;.Cronin .. 1 ]iurn .. .. 0 II. Witcholl .. 4 Prescott .. 2 Mardon .. 10 Thlompason .. )1 A. Inrdidago . I Chlaphialn .. 0 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

'i oi:o? Sol~l.?igng NE lOO\' 1) in altl 1)opartmn? ts for the Autimni andl Winter Seasons, at .Prices nmuch below City 1'irs, , :iai'lv lu itc nispotio.n beforeo Purchasing. Co??dload Volevo?d?oe, 12jd 1 i i; s, 2' s Gd, . . olak Velveteens, 10ld, Is, is t Id, Is ld, to 2s lld. , ,: Black Casheinres , I s lid, Is 11l, 2s tl, 2. l11d, Hs lid. Colored Chshunorbs; s, Is 11d, 2s Gds, 2 11d, Us G(d. Mi ilton'Clothlis,heavy weight, Is i11d, 5s 11il, 7s ld doz. yards Graiiipiiaii Serges, double width, Is 1i1, all colors. " :.hoed, , 1hlaed, and StripedL Stulls, fronm Is 11d dozen. Splendid .alue in White and Colored ,Blankets, Q:ilts, Eider-down Quilts, Honeycomb and Colored Flannels, STillsi Siheetings, Shirtings, Flannelettes, Tablo ,Linen, and every Requisite for household use ;. Art Muslins, Long Curtains, Short Window Nets. A,MA('ICINT ASSOurTMN'N 01 TI' OF 'rl1 NIWVlIIr T1MMINiS IN .'STUIIAotAN, BLACK AN D COLOIS. Feather, Beavei, ind ,Fur Trinmmings in Great Assortnont, Special att...

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COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 16. Present—Crs. Pepperell (President), and Rawlings, M'Arthur, Cooke, Morton, Ellingworth Serpell,, and Bishop. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. -:0: NUNAWADING COUNCIL. S--0--. MIONDAY, IsIAchn 16. Present-- rs. Popperell (President), and Rawlings, M'Arthur, Cooke, Morton, Ellingworth Serpell,, and Bishop. COIIIorISPONDENC, From H. Swootland, drawing atten tion to the broken lamp at the corner of The street leading up to the Proesby teriaui Church, and also to the dan gerous state of the open: tanks near the court-house. Referred to engineer. From R. P. Park, as follows :-I regret having to call your notice to what appears to nme to be a great neglect of duty either on the part of Dr. Fullarton for not informing you, or your health officer, that diphtheria had broken out at Forest Hill Post oflice, one of Mr. Peacock's children having died from this dreadful disease. Or if, on the other hand, lie has not done so, then the neglect of your health officer is unpardonable, seeing the great danger of the disease spread ing through the distribution of letters and newspapers. Up to the present no other precau...

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Canterbury Literary Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

Canterbury Literary Institute. The above associntion is about toroenuonce Ihoe second year of its uxisteolc, and we have much pleasure in drawing attention to tho intsical ovening be to hold on Tuesday next, o2Ith inst., which is to inaugurate teto now session. Mr. W. C. Taylor, the Into secretary, liha eern succeeded by Mr. I-L W. C. Smith, and we are sure thi iltereo3ts of the society will not sulflcal ati hands. Mr. Taylor has boon lecteld as a vieo-president, and he will no doubt take the smeo interest in the institutoe as he has done ion the past. Theo uootings heretofore have boon charnc terised by thalent which has been obtained, and we trust that thie young men of the dis trict will attend the ieeotings inl future for the sake of the intellectual bonelits they will derive front theit. A glanco at the syllabus will show how bonolieial the oven. Ipgswlll be to thqps who attend. We.undorstand that the coinllitteo do.not intend to stay at the ipreseot mIodeo of carry ing on the ...

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Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 13. (Before Messrs. Wm. Ellingworth (in the chair) and Capt. Garside, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

Box Hill Court. --- FmD.AY, MAIMOn 18. (leforn Messrs. Win. Ellingwortlh (in tlio chair) and Capt. Uarsido, J's.Pl,) Mary Jano Mooro was charged with being an idle disorderly person having no lawful and visible means of sup. port. ConstableDoverall stated that on the 10th inst. he saw the prisoner go ing from house to house begging at yalwyn.' She was then in a very dirty state and was under the influonce of drink. The accused said slo had a good hom10o at 40 Vear-street, Col lingwood, where her mother and brothers resided; when she took to drink they would not allow her to live at home. At times sho had a terrible craving for drink, and when she was unider the influlnce of alcohol she did not know what she was doing. She was a servant and had beon 18 and six months respectively in her two last situations. Ilaving again given way to the craving for drink slh had wan dored from home. If the lench would only give her another chance she would go straight homne, where she would be welco...

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Curious Accident at Box Hill. A TRAIN DERAILED BY A COW. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

Curious Accident at Box Hill. A TlAIN DE1) AIEIID UlY A COW. An nccident happened at thle Dox Hill Bric)l Works on Saturday last whio brings to one's inind the caricature pictures seen about Mclbourno of ai goods train having to stop on its journey until a cow had been hunted from the track. The only difforenco being, that in tle case under review the cow canme into actual collision with the train, It appears that the goods train arriving at Box 1111 about oloven o'clock on the day in uoastion was taking sbme empty trucks over to the works and all wont well until just at .the spot whero the rails onter the company's pronsslo, a cow, the property of Mr. Wagner, the manager of tho works, got on the rails in front of- tle approaelhing. train, the ,result being that two truebs andL thlronginio wore thrown fronm e le track. The porter il chlargo of the trucks scoing the impending collision jumped off and cscaped all right with tho exception of a plentiful supply of mud ; the stoker likev...

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SPORTING. CRICKET." REPORTER " TROPHY MATCHES. BOX HILL V. DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

SPOI TIN G,. CRICKET. "IIEPOI1TEII " TROPHY MATCHES. IBox Hurh v. Doc.u.ss'r,. Tihe second match between these two olubn was played at Box Hill last Saturday. The Doncaster captain (F. Thomas) won the loss and sent :the Box 11ill to the wickets. Steele and Carson started the batting against the bowling of Bullen and Ucbergnng; both batsmen started batting very freoly, and kept the scorers hard at work. At SI runs Stchle was olean bowled by Bullen; White took his placo, but only nlado live runs whenoll he also succumbed to one from Ilullen. A change was pow tried is the bowling, Mays taking the railway end and Johnson the. opposite end; Soehbobr having partenored Carson, both batamen got to work. At last Carson played one into the hands of Barber. Meader filled the vacant crease, and after iinking 12 runs' was caught by Mays, off Johnson. Sweetland now went in and had llnado seven runs and Schwber ll5 runs when the Box Hill skipper declared the innings closed. D)oncaster started thei...

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The Boroondara Council and Private Roads. Indignation Meeting at Surrey Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

The Boroondara Council and Private Roads. -:o: Indignation Meoting at .Surroy Hills. A-publie meeting of the ratcpayers in the Shiro of ltoroondara was huld in the Itecrca. tion Hall, Surrey Hills, on Tuesday night fto the purposeo of I)rotesting againlst the nction of that council in dealing with UJlionl-road South. That counlcil hlos. nidlo it i rule in denling with private strccts that all dwncers shaltll pay two thirds and the council lou. thirdi biut in this insalinco th councilll re versed matters anld decided to pay the major part-if' the owners would contributlo the re niaining onolhird,. It was to protest naginst this ltion that thei nIolingi was callld, ns the ratopayers consideredl such a course to be unjust andt inequitable to thosoe ipersoins who had booen called upon to pay two-thirlds for the Imaking of their streets. Thier was a very Illrgeo nttendance, Ithe meeting being pires.ldd over by Mr. llilg. Mr. Ilolcktt briully expllninel thl object for which the mleooting ...

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Picnic by Mr. H. K. Jamison. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

Pionic by Mr. H. K. Jamison. At the invitation of Mr. II. l. Jainison, the membeors and friends of the LorgnettO Dramatio Club and Mr. J. Milton's Amateur Orchestra spent a very pleasant afternoon and evening at Blackburn on Saturday, 11th lust. The boats on the lake were very kindly lent them by Mr. G. A. Goodwin, of which they made good use. After their ramble they adjourned to the spacious verandah of the hall, were a very pretty table had been irepared by the Misses Jamnison and Banks, but it was soon spoiled by the havoc mnade of over, forty hungry people after their after. noon's ramble. All then retired to the hall for a itinsical evening to which the residents of ]Black burn lhad been invited, blit we are rather ashamed to mention that only a very small dozen attended, which no doubt annoyed Mr. Jainison after his trouble and kindness inl preparing a programmne, fc., as otherwise wve learn only an itnpromlptu one would have been given amongst the party. Mr. Milton's orchestr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Brick Co's, Employees' Picnic. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

Box Hill Brick Co's, Employee.' Picnic. -:0:-- A GiIleAT SUCOCISS. The annnual pionie of the employees at tile above works anld their wives andi families was lhhl on Wednlesday lnt. The placo :olected to spend tile dny was thel fashionablo iid pictulresuque wateri?ng pince, Mtordialloo. 'he cooninitoo of Inllnngellinnt deserve ivey oredit for the very ?nlisfilutdry way in whic1h they cnrried out tlh undertaking, not a single hiltch occurring to innr thel pleasure of (ny 'olnu. A spolinl trniln was ngaged to convoy thle excursionists to and ,fronl Mor-' dialloo, and in order to. minke the journey inlteresting thle sorvicos of a brass band was enigagod, and their united offorts tonded to lnako the excnrsioll a very pleonsnt o0e. G(reat crodit is duo to Messrs. J. W. Walton and 1P. Ifines, who secoed tlle life of thll itloveloient, for tile en1rgotic way ill whicl they worked to got off all tile contests with nll tio preseribed tinto, and to so nrrange thle n.inicrous dolnils tint no o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

SPE P 0CI A i, NO T0 T CE. CARlN.EGIEI and SONS, Of 57 BOURKlESTREET and 147 ELIZAl3ETIIH-STIIET, Have OPENED CENT.RAL SHOWR1OOMS at 266 Collins-streot (next Mullen's) whore they have a large and unique stock of first. class pianos, organs, musical boxes, etc, by all the leanding makers. We are solo agents for.thl:genuiua DoBll" Organs. These splaendid instruls ontse are un surpassed for purity of tone, diiriibillty arid beauty of case. lI3au, PAution, CUICIn, anld l??lU.u.Stmslis, fromll .12to :200,.-Also sole agents for the . marvellous self-playing " Aeolian ".Organs, which render ;correotly dancee classical, or sacred music, by. merely using the pedals. Also, solo agents for Paillard and Co's. CrI.c |\TII,, Muiii C.\Iu. niiu , .BO ,E Our well known '! Eigenraso "pianos stanil unrivalled for tone, beaonuty, and tinish. They have actions with spooial imp o~epoitits, They:hRis U '?l s.i.issr S.Tris.\cTsaa, mid 'aie the delight of all who hiear theml , Theyoar r the best iuediuni-pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. FOR, SVEE T ANI) .l'IT{l, lII1.;AI) GO TO G. Redman, Canterbury Bakery, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBUR Y. VAW UANTEW I11PE FROM ALUM.1*! .)elivorerdDaily hi Cnnteirbury, Cnmboewell, Banwyn, Sur'oy [ills, B?ox~ lill. S, Th oilycMalcor oin tho Colony of the ]IYGTENTO B11OW ]KIEADb, S. as recounondcd by theo lending Londbn Mcdienl Failty ' Piento and Tda Parties Cathrod to on tlhe Shortest Notice.. Ordors by 'osteceive Pr1o0)4 Attntion. SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (OPPOSITE TIAM TEIMINU8), Anid at Camberwell. GIG, OAlRIAGE and ThUGGY HARNESS MADE TO, OB1DE A.T L,'go issortimolt of lrortniautoaus, Brief A& Glndstono Bngs o fii hand. COLLAIIS OAREFUL.Y, FITTED. iIDPS, USIuESi, {US, &o,. Sacolndict-hlu I Harness Iolou To the Ladies of Box Hill and surrounding distric't. IIEDUO.sD - Mll ? LLNElI Y'. MISSES COLLINGS STATIo? STIRUIET O 11o\ ilI, Are now Selling nil SUMMltli (OOD)St'nt IliEDUOED1.I P'ICES, includin...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

Local News. -0 - .wnu, nt·oa.o au desultory; con. of the LBoroondart Council, that some of thie residents of Burwood have been guilty of burying nightsoil not only in their orchards but in their back yaids. The President, Cr. Dillon, openly stated that the district was saturated with nightsoil, to which cause he attributed the recent cases of typhoid in and around Burwood. The President even went so far as to state that persons could not go for a drive on the publio roads in that neighborhood without having to encounter most offensive smells arising from the disgusting practice above alluded to. If this be true, and we have no reason to doubt it, the sooner an attempt is made to put a stop to to it the better. At the last meeting of the loroondara Council several commnunications were rcc ceived from the ratepayers indicative of tihe dulness of the times. The couileil having resolved to make a numuber of private streets have called upon the owlers to pay their two-thirds before the w...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

A Io?o dobate ensued at tlheLinuting of the Nmuawading Council last Mon day 'on ai clause in tile o'ngincor's report, which roconmnonded that con tractor Huoi MUILr.Nii should be dis qualified for tondoring for twelve montlhs. Tho reason assigned by the ungineer Was tlht "lU.Ina:s had been guilty of carting about 100 yards -of meotal from ono of his contracts into an adjoining shire, against his ex prossed wish. It appears that Mui. LENS asked the ongineer for permission to take the metal, but tlie engineer deolined to give it, at the saine time telling MULLEsN that lie would have to write to the council for permission to reniove the stone. IMuI'.lNs, however, did not do this but went to the President, and got his consent to remove IL few loads of the stone in question. This is just where the dilliculty comes in, and which deprives the Council of alny, if not ill, thle lW .'i standli it would haIIve ai regards ally future iction of a pillln lltutire. It did not iiatter what story. M...

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DONCASTER COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 March 1891

DONCASTER COUNCIL.   THURSDAY, MARCH 9.     The adjourned meeting of the Doncaster Shire Council was held on the above date, when there were present : Crs. Sell (President), Zerbe, Winter, and Lawford. ENGINEER. There were 14 applications received for the position of engineer, the choice falling on Mr. Champion, of Williams- town. OVERSEER.     The position of overseer to the day- men was conferred on Mr. Webster. The council then adjourned.

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