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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

Cook & GCompany Are now Showing NE-W 001OODS in all 1)epartnOufs for the Autumn and Winter Seasons,: at Prices.much below City iFirns, and Invite Inspection before Pitilciasing. Colored V\olveteens 2, is (Id, 2s, 2s (id. Black Velveteens, 10id, Is, is .ld, lis d, to 2s Od. Black Casnhmures, is,ls 0d, 1s ld;,.2s (hi, 2s 11d, HIs ad. Colored Cashunores, Is, Is lid, 2s Od, 2s lid, 8s dil. Milton Cloths, heavy weight, is 11d, is 11d, 7s (Id do., yards S(urampian Serges, double width, is 11d, all colors. Checkeld, 1Flaked, and Stripoed Stulls, from -Is lid dozen. Splendid Value in White and Colored Blankets, Quilts, Eideordown Quilts, Honeycomb and Colored Flannels, Twills, Sheootings, Shirtings, Flannelettes, Table Linen, and every Requisite for household use; Art Muslins, Long Curtains, Short Window Nets. A M1AGNLIICIENT AtSSO'lTMIEN'iT OF THE' NEWI\'E.ST TlUIMMlINGS IN ASTilACIIAN, UIAOK AND COLORS. Feather, Beaver, and Fur Trimmings in Groat Assortment, Special attention has ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL v. CLIO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

Box 1111,r v.. C Cro. This match was playcd on the ground of the former last Saturday, and resulted in an easy win for the locals, principally owing to the bowling of Steele, four wickets for 1ii, aid Carson five for seven. In the batting for Ilox Hill the following obtained double figuros :-1t. Carson (2(1), 11. Sweetland (not out, 23), Brower (24), Steele (23), Payne (15), Johns (10); whilst for the losers Badhamn mnado (2) G. Bracher (12), Eills (11). The following are the scores,-T Steele, C Waltoln, b raclier .. l:1 Carson, b Birachu r .. .. .. 2 Payne, b lldha .. .. .. ,1 Brower, a Crspin, b racher .. 21 Meader, o Wilson, b Badham .. 7 Sweetland, notout .. .. Beck, o and b Bibby 4 lJohns, b -do .. . 10 Hutton, b (. Bracher .. .. 0 Extras " ...... ... ...I Total for 8 wkts .. .. 141 liedggood, a Paynle, b Steele .. 6 Crespin, b Steele .. .. .. 1 IBadham, b do .. .. .. 22 Walton, b do .. .... 0. Bracher, run out .. : .. 12 Lister, b Carson ,. .. , .. II. Bracher, b Carson .. 1 S...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Star of Camberwell Football Club [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

Star of Camberwell Football Club Tile first annual meeting of thie above club was held onl 'Tuesday evening last at Mir. Uall's Club Iloom, which was largely at tonded, the president, Mr. W. 11. Ball, oc-u. pying the chair. Tlhe hon. secretary, Mr. II. Fawkner, read the annnal reports, which showed a balance in hand, and that the team Ihad been fairly successful in the field. Prizes awarded for last season were dig. tributed as follows :-hMr. W. Angle, bust place man, MIr, 8trant's prize, silver medal. hMr. Malone, all round play, Dr. Hlenderson's prizo, football. Mr. F. Bach, Mr. Ball's prize. silver mounted pipe. Mr. J. Davis, sini!tr prize, by the same donor. Mr. W. Waddell, goal kicking, IMr. Frowin's prizo. The election of offlicers rosalted as fol. lows:--Patrons-Dr. Hinudorson, Hon. D. Gillies, S. Swcctnml and T. Sweetnassm. P'resident-W. H. H. ll, and about thirty inlluenlial gentlekoen ias vice presidents. Ilon. Secretary, aIr. IH.. Faulkner; Ihon. treasurer, F. Bach : capt...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Annual Meeting of Camberwell Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

Annual Meeting of Camberwell Football Club. Thie annual meeting of the above club was hold in the Upper Hawthorn Hall on Fridany evclling last. Tl'hre was a very large anllenl dance, and the meeting was presided over by IMr. W. II. Ball, viceCpreshident. The chainrman, in opening the meetling, said lhe was glad to see so nuiy pilaying and non-pllaying InLembers preInt. -lioe hopeld that if anyone( had anything to say against the coummittee or ollie lbearers of tihe past year they would make their compleinit at once 0o as to giiv tie the committen a chalnce of replying to any strictures that miight be passed upon them. lie could assure theim that so far as he was ahln to judge the out. going ollicets 1hadl done all that was possible for the success of the club. As no one had anything to any ihe would call upon the cecretary to read the report. Tile report congratulated tile Imebl1rs 0on their manly conduct while in the field, and stated that it was always noticeable that when the Cam...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORDINARY MATCHES. MONT ALBERT V. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

OIIDINAItY MATOIIEH. MoNT Ar IMIIT V. CANTcIIIJUIY. This match was concluded last Saturday. Contrary to expectation and ended in a draw, greatly in favour of Mont Albert. If there had been a quarter of aln hour more to play, the Mont Albert would have won easily. The following are the score: lMONT ATIlERT CANTEUnIIIY (Second Innings). (Second Ilnnings). M'Kiaban .. 3 F. ear .. 0 F. Fletcher .. MIoo y . - 0 A. Leach .. 11 Brooks .. 11 1. Blood .. I Ockwell not C. Fraser, not out .. 10 out .. 11 Turner .. 21 Falconer, not G.Gregson .. 5 out .. 10 H. do 2 0. Coo .. 0 Stephenson Bycu .. 0 notout .. 1 Byes .. 4 STotal 5 wkts (18 Innings closed" (,i Thlsu who bowled best for Mont Albert were Fraser who took 8 wickets for 50 runs; Blood 4 for 4t rulis.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. CRICKET. ''REPORTER'' TROPHY MATCHES. BLACKBURN v. MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

SPORTING. CRICKET. " IIEPORTEII " TROPHY MATCHES. Bh,.1srCUIiN v. MITCA1mt. This match was continued and finished last Saturday on thie ground of the latter, resulting in an easy win for Blackburn by eight wickets. The Mitcham did not make any stand against the howling of Sid. Sneesby, the wicket appearing to suit him to a nicety. The following are the scores : st'rci.si (First Innings). II. Pratt, c and b S-necsby .. .. 2 J. Cornwell ... .... .. 0 A. Edgoose, run out .. .. .. 11 J. Batty, b Quarterman .. .. 7 W. Titus, stpd, b uncesby .. .. 0 T. Titius, b Sneesby .. .. 2 W. Moore, c and b Snecsby .. , 0 J. Geddes, o and b do .. .. 2 W. Bruce, c and b do .. .. 1 II. M'Lelland, b Turner .. .. 4 J. Fargher, inot out .. .. 1 Sundries .. . . 4 Total .. .. ..40 HECONI, IxNNINIs. If. Pratt, a and b Sneesby .. .. 1 J. Cornwell, b Sncesby .. .. 8 A. Edgooso, stpd do ' .. r J. Batty, b do 2 W. Titus, b do . .. W. Moore, b Turner .. .... 12 J. Geddes, run out . .. ... 5 W. Bruce, absent .. .....

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

COUNCIL _INTELLIGENCE. --:0:-- 130R00NDARA SI-IIRE COUNCIL. .M-oN.AY, -IAInCI 28IR. Present: Cr. Dillon, President (in tihe chair), and Crs. Vear', Maling, Taylor, Hicks, Brainm, Clayton, Day, and Lweetnuam. CORiRES I)NI)I NCEI From the ]Deputy Registrar, 3al. wyn, reporting one death froni typhoid fever. Received. - From Alfred Carlton, stating the council had not completed work in Drinsley-road. Referred to engineer to attend'to saam lit once. From J. W. Colville, asking what steps were being taken to attend to defective drainage in Essex and other roads. ]Resolved that the secretary reply tlihat steps hud been taken to enforce owners to attend to samle. F:roil *UlUton and L'lThomnas, solici. tors, stating that unless the council paid the sum of £.10 damages done to a horse, the property of Mr. Thomas, on White Thorn-road, inmnediate action would be taken. The overseer reported that the council left no obh. struction on the road in question. The Water Supply Department were the gu...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
United Methodist Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

United MIeothodist Sunday School Anniversary, ----:o: - The alniver:;ary services of the Unitcd Methodist Sunday Shllool, liox Hill, were colebrater last Sul dty. In the toornitig the lice. Ut. \W. llHlrrisou preached to It full chlluch, and in thle evoling a servico of song, entitled "Wee l)avio " was rendered by the choir. Iin thl evening theo lov. ti. W. liar. rison again occupied tlo pulpit, anil after the usual devotional exeroisos, hi took his text front lLsaln exiliv., 19th verso-- That our soos lmay be as platls grown up in their youth ; that our daughters l?ay be as cornler-stones, polished after the similitude of at palace." Ie begaiu by saying that tolnlight lie thought the parents of the children shouldl he additressedl, ias thu childrlen themselves ha?hi hail ld wors. dielive'red to themi durinig thu Lbegiiing of the day. lirL?nts would do well to look at theU text and atutly it. ()tut lit thoughtit wouill lie the rc sllli.ibiliti, pllncell inll ollur hillds ; some. tiu...

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DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

DONOXASI'ER ' COUNCIL. MON.AY, M.Bucli 2.'J Prosent-Ors. Sell (Prusidunt), anod Zorbo, Lawford, Stmedley, 'Itully, and, Winter. " MINUTES. - The minutes of the previous meet ing wore road and conlirmod. COIIIIIIRSPI'ONIDENCEI From H.. V. Clmnpion, returning thanks for election as engineer. Re ceived. From ])r. 'Vaughan, forwarding re port of caise of sIarlatina in Mr. Tom Petty's fiunily. Received. From A. O. Thicel, reporting saune. Received. From Box Hill (las Co., intbforming thnt council that if it could derive £150 per annum it would be willing to lay at main to I )oncaster. Cr. Law ford moved, auld C'r. Smeidley seconled, " That the seretary write for fuller information," which wai/ curriod. From Municipal C:niutrencc, fr-' warding circular, mld alinlg; that the names of the I )lloncatr idhlcgate:; bh sent to the secultlary. ''he L'resi dent and Crs. $mucdlcy and Tully woco aippointed delegates aund the con sidoration of the propositions in the circular was deferred till next ...

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WATER SUPPLY FOR BOX HILL. Indignation Meeting in the Shire Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

WATER SUPPLY FOR BOX HILL. Indignation Miloeting in the Shire IHall, 'rho collntinuedl nlld protracted dry weathe tluhat ]hs prevailed during the pa1 t foIr orll live mnonths haits ]hatd the elfect of causing illuchl inconvenience ind sulforing, owil ngL the scarcity of water. The tallks in noarli overy instluoe aret dry. and peoplu hardl.y ilknow what to do in ordeor to got a drop o wnter to ueonch their thirst. This state olo things has IaroIusOd the ilnhabiantls into al statu of activity, lnd action was taken through.I out thu district i feowwvoks ago In order to proventt such an unpleansant state of things froln occurring next sttinilok. As our roadt er naro aware, Ipublic motings wereliold in tho centres of population in this niid ithoe atdroining shire of JIoronlldluar to consider thiis question. Tihe outcome of those Ieool ings wais the organisatlion of It monster dtoptI. tation that waited upon theo loll. Mr. W\'heoler, tho Comlmissioner of IPubltio W'orks, a fortnighlt or s...

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NUNAWADING COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25. Present—Crs. Pepperell, Cooke, Morton, Serpell, Ellingworth, and Bishop. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

NUNAWAD1)ING COUNCIL. -o Present-Crs. Popperoll (President), J.iawlings, Cooke, Mi\orton, Sorpell, ]"llingworthI, 1nd Bishop. C'11OR1 ?I,'PONDIENCE. From F. Sanson, drawing ntten tion to wandering cattle from other shiros which wore doing great damunag to the footpaths. On the motion of the President it was decided to prose. cute the offenders. 1 Froi' the teacher of the Butrwood school, stalting that it case of scnr letina had occurred in that district. Received. TI5Nl)l lIl. llThe following tendoers woro accepted -Making ]hlnk-stroet, Andrew Keon ncdy, £278 10s. lliprovemnots to old shire hall, Ga'rrett Bros., £L0U 10s td. lu,.u,'rt iEPORT O' n TH?: Y',l.A. T'o tile President llnd Members of the Local onard of hlealth, Nunawad ing ncutlemen-I hnave the honor to present to you, the; folloyiuig report upon the healtl 'of tliheshire for the Fear 1800. . In the early part of the year there woro so1u1 isolated cases of typhoid fever, and also cases of diphtheria. Thiere wore a few case...

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

Box Hill Court.., ]"?ItI,AY, IanIloII 20. (LBeforn Major Ilartrop, P.M., W\\in. Elling worth, and Capt. Garslde, J's.P.) Ellen ;Lawye w'was' clhirged with making use of obscene language at Surrey Hills on the 1thl inst. According to the eidlence of tSen.-Constable Balchin, the defendant was standing oitsidlo her residence in Surrey Hills ill anl inebriated conditioni. She was trying to get in but her husband would not allow. her, when she becamle excited and mallle use of the languago conmplained of. The words could be heard by people passing along the street=: .Tlio police officer went into the house and spoke to the defendant's husband, who toht lidil that whoal ilo canlo Iome lie found his wife in a drunken state, and would not allow her inside the houise. Thue police then locked liher up, and as no one would bail her out she had been kept in custody since the offence was conmmitted.. The clhairian of the Blench said lie thought the defelidallt's huisbandI was very iimuch to blai...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
I.O.R. Tent, Box Hill, No. 130. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

I.O.R. Tent, Box -Hill, No. 130. , . , -.:o .- . ... Thel quarterly meieting of tho abovo Tent was hold oil Wednesday, the 1lth inst., being oIPeIneCd by Jio. i. A. ultton, O.t., iil tlhe lodge-rbomll of thle Tenlperance IlHall. After lthe lprolininary business had been attenlded to, and corroslponldenc read and dealt with, the 0.11. called ulpon lro. ?WI. Ellingworth, District llepresentatlve, to report tihe result of late nnuallll meeting heold at Maryborough, this lIro. .Elingworth did at some length, in whllich he stated that ill Illanlly rebpects it was one of the best aluual meetings lo had attenlded. li the lirst pilace the friends oft lthe Order in Maryborough did overything they could to Inllke the visit oe of pleasuiire, combined with buIsiness; tie feeling -in favor of templllerance lavitg beenI aroused to elthlusisIni by the recent hocal Optlion vie ory by wllih lte hotels in Mlmryborough would bie reduced froiim 2 to 10. Thle town ship wasn iando very lively by the proc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Doncaster School of Design. ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

Doncaster School of Design. ANNUAIJ I)STITILIlUTION OF P'RIZItES. The anniual oxhibitionl of work and thIo distribution of prizes of thle tibvo ischool was: hlold illn tlu, ])oncaster Athemelllou l, oil Thursday ovening, lllth inst. The dilfferent work of thle pupils hadbeecn ]luiig 'roilild the building nud had quite a pleansig effoct,. At thle hour of .commencing the enlltertlininent tile' hall was packed, end nai?"' hiid to be refused admiLttance. T'l ehair wei occupied by Mr: A; O. Thiihl who ihl his openliig address,:spokeo i.the ndvantages of chitdrenl going through a course of draltwillng, Ac., and dwelt at nsoene lengthl oil the wonderful iiecess thant Id attenluded thle tacllers' efforts, and concilIded Iby wishiig the school continuod prosperity. The progranleiie, which consisted of a variety of songs, recitations, &c., includhig somae selections by iI coipany lof bell-ringers, was th gon ti g thirough bu" the following ladies itInd geollnlicuue in a very oroeditai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

1'11TOUAI'IS 1' ICC(UA1'IS siuiorcl Ut quaulity aunt liaiai ( ,tillt3 1IuiPhto. Cuu., ujiuu. i U) 'lu the criuket ch ithijuf Camberc well, Cuanter bury, Surrey Hillr\ -4 Iles llll, and lil~1~lurietlu- I 1I. WVll '1'\l AN', WaltcI&Imuke turd~ Jewel ler, Auburni road, bietwetin IJIIVW Jd rioad ai Auburin Sntiujt, imanuifatetures (cold tuid Hilvur JMcditls aitd I'zei% Ct,1tu, utijitboI fot lteiieitttttiui for Ie .1' COlhttiu" btcllbOh1ol tt e Ihte ohoeltuat IIcIke,-[ Aua'.] UIlrt, 1'tLoIllk iii idid by$ the Icadligl clicall 1)laetitioiecr of MuIitiile Lrid ~IJlLILIJ~L (t tent011 l.(It CIC iY1C~itt iici ig touut tiny of tic t tilttti-.L, lyteit, IINt('IICIg oiid1 utllilietr o'lvoto ol\·· tu-.l~itl(1I~ Iiiuiigeotioiu Cowltllullljltli, Iltut u~lttli· t a~lt iotdii at ttqlJuleiiee.Lln Coti. Coiiii,,:-tteet.t tuiljeu..iie iteoti' Clititeli,, 1O.:to iii. to, 2'11 puttI.I; '.r ·T; I egetu.'' .0ietfCu.iiutttl~ I. to it ju.II.--LthUeT. j Ladiea and Gentlemen,-In answer to manllaay enqCl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

S PE C I A L N 0 T I CG CA].]NEGIE and SONS, Of 57 BOUIIKE-ST1tEIET and 1.17 ELIZABUETIISTRIELT, Hlavo OPENED CENTRcAL SHOW 1100OO at 2011 Collins-street (next Muallen's) where they have a largeo nd uniqua stock of first. class pianos, organs, musical boxes, etc, by all the lending makers. . We are solo agents for the genuine ';I3oelli' Organs. These splendid iistrunonts?are .un surpassed for purity of tone, durability and beauty of case. 13m.v, P.lsAuo, CIIuOCIK, and P1'eo.r-Srv.s;'from. 19 to C200. Also solo agents for the marvellous , solf-playing "Aeolian l' Oigans, Which render correctly dance, classical, or sacred n usic, by merely using thejiffiiIls. Also, solo agents for Paillard and Co's. CeI,|?I.LTvir lfUSmC-.s BOXe:s, Our well known Eigonrao " pianos stand unrivalled for tone, beauty, and linish. They have actions with 'spbcial inliroveinontas. Tihey g iv"Usxlvis.ii..i S.\TiVrCTlox, and are the delight of all,w)?o hoarthl m, They arc the best nmelium-pricctl tfennan 'pian...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

Pure Bread. Pure Bread, Pure Bread, FORl SWI,'ET AND PURE iBIIAI) GO L'O CanterbiTy Bakery, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY, SAnd at IIUIKE ROAD, CAMIIEMRWIFILaL. WAlWlANTED FlUSEEl FR1OM ALUM. .Dlcivcred Dailytin Canterbury, Camborwell, Balwyn, Surrey ]iills,,: ox lill. 'The &nly Mlbker iii the Colony, of the IlYG.I.ENIC JUIOWN' BIIEAD, "s rec'cblmcildced by tho leading London Medical Fnccdly. L- Picnic and Ta Partioas COntered for on the Shortest Notice. I', Orders by Post lcceiva Promlpt Attention. William Beale, SID3LE-D& HARANESS .%TAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill. GIG, CA.\RIAGE and BIUGGY I[AIINESS MADE' TO O) IE]ER A. Largo- Assortment of 1'ortmantca?ls, Brief & Gladstonoe Bags on ;hand. COLLAS CA]EFULTY'FITTED. WHIPS, B.IRUSIIES, BUGS, &u. S Second-hlin Il hrnesso Bought, oi Exchaiigcd for Now. To. the Ladics of. Box Hill and . surrounding district. 11 EI)UCI)" Ml 1LLI.INEiVY. MISSES COLLINGS ST ATIOS 'ruiIr,.i:, 1(ox 111H.., Are now selling all...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

Local News. --0 A gra tr? itreat is in store for those who iitteiid the anniveii sary services of thie Mount Pleasant Sunday school o Sunllday 2tth linst., when our old friend thie lev. W. W . E. romni low preCaches morning and evening. As this is th, uliht opbotrtLtily t~cidenttt will halvo oa hearing the iRuv. \W. E..JJrumilow for some yoUrs to come wu hope the church will be crowdud. O ?i the Monaty the lusualll tea anld publio nieeting will" be hold. Singing by the children at etlcll service. The, annlual hiildrun's day will be celebrated on the Tuesday. lt. Peter's church, Box 1Hill, are going to hold a cake fair anud inlu of gifts in- thie lecreation Hall, Box HIill, on Saturday, 4th April, to clear 6ut" the btlatic of' the goode remaining froim the bazaar, likuwise somll artiules received sinou. i? or rloport of. thlu tox lill BIrlek Works' picnicio we omitted to mention the naume of AIr. IL.:Coo, who took atn autivo: part in the siiorts iand the plnic geolerally. We beg.to d...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 March 1891

O:xN woiuld' hardly icedit; if hl did not know it wore it fact, that there are parents in our midst who, thoughl thoy can get their offspring educated lit the expenso of the State, and who are compolled by law to send their child ren to school, are so foolish as to keep them at homo. Parents who act in this manner, apparently, have very little regard for tlhe future well being of their children. That they should want tlhem to grow up in ignorance when they can get themo taught for nothing, goes clearly to prove that these people ought- not to be blessed witl,. childrfi. :.Buctiuse ' tle'o- little 1onoI cain "Irm'IIafow sHillings.at sonli calling oi other they are kept away from school. This is not a benefit to the child, but a decided disadvantage, and ia great detriment to it in after life. The State evidently sees it in this light, and has, - therefore, not only made education free, placing it within the reach of everyone, but has enacted a clause which makes it com pulsory on eve...

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Two Sides of One Man. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

w wo i1aes 01 une1iian,1. In otir 1 'company (say * "iii *"old" Aitoerican sohlior) was an old drill. sergeant who had. occasson: to roprove me often, and who finally inlioted .ai blast of profinlity at which ly self respect rebelled., Knowing that swear ing was a breach of discipline, I waited confidently upon the colonel, with the manner of one gentloinan eqi \ ing upon another. After ..the usual saltute, I Opiijtld may oomplailit by Hil ing . " 'olouol,1Mr.IiHaiketti:has-" ' Theo'colonel interrupted no10 angrily, and with lire in his eye exclaimeod, " Mister I Thlro tro no o xisters in tlie army." . ' : " I tllought, air-" I began Ipolo gotically. - "Think I Think I " he cried. " What right lhave you to think ? 1 do the thinlking for this renginoilnt go to your quarters t." :* 'J..i' .,. I ' . ' A diid lo-o t.wry, ''lher seemed to be no col nioil g'roiuld IlO whith lie ind I (o1ld lr'gtQ ?q(lUestipalS- of poer o011111 Otiquetto ; but 'I should do in justico to his charactor as t,...

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