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Catherine’s Cruelty. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Catherine's Crnelty. The Veritzen's were nobles of enormous wealth and power. P'aul h1ld a. high oflice in court. One night, glittering with jewels and orders, the young prince, who was one of the most hanudsome iten in Russia, ldanced in a qiuadrillo opposite theomn press. As she passed hint in the danIce she fancied that his eyes scaiined her gross ligure with covert amusement. Aftei the (iu l .idrll she beckoned to him, and with a smiile h]Landed hit her tiny ivory tablots, containing seven pages, one for eachl dayiin the week. On the first. was written the following : " The Imperial ball-rooni, St. Petersburg." On thle last " The mnines, Siberia." Hlo road it slowly; his faco grow as grey ts that of .t corpse ;lie bowed low, idanu1 her bue.. lion!., ý,cuwithlulyugw", " taking," says the old C'Io rile, " his wife, the beaitiful princess of Novgorodl, with hinm." ' ie was heard to say as lie left tile ball-room : " My minutes are nuiibered let usl not lose o0e'," Flight or resista...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cheap Treatment. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Choap Troatniioint. It not unfrpeqently happens that physicians base' lhoei advice, at least in part, upon- thg11 linancial conditioll of the patient. A case il poth is givoi wvhiclh iuly le as tfo u is i s anmuing. A young Iqply wits popjul1 il at phiydieian, wh 0o ujlestioned her closely as to the symptoms of her disorder, and thoen advised a trip to Scotland. S1Iut mny ftthor cannot afford that," replied the oung lady, sadly. " ThMoi," sand the doctor, " ask himn to buy you a pony and a village cart, and take a long drive evorymnornng." "'mn afraid,"' was the oeply1 " that piat pa pogkll llot allord that, eitheo,'' 1he doctor was elquIal tp the o0ccusioii. "'t'henl," 1he suit, " takI a good long ride on.tlie top of a 'bus eovery day. It willh.do'lyou just as n0uch1 good.'" 'The patient improved rapidly under hlis'treatinent, which cot her about sixpeoic a fay;

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

CO1I1IESSLONDENCE. To ume I:IITOu OF TIE " rIgOR: . Sin,-lf alytling tendsu to illustrate that the raco of Britons is degenorat ing it is the complacaney with which they submit to the hlobby-mongeriug legislation of the present time. Caan Anything be more utterly usoloss, in quoisitorial, and, I contend, grossly insulting than the docencut which we are Supposed to fill tip o1i"t Sti' tIhy 3' 1tr ,i pelallty of 420 fl Can yqu, sir, g'ive u aiIy information as to who is oresponsible for this latest specimon of oflicialism.-Yours, &e., DISGUSTED.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Once was Enough. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Once was Enough. A young gentleman who litolylbft his home in England for, JAnEcrica, Inving exhaunsltod his credit ill, tie latter. country, teloegraphelld to'6lis parent t,-" : " Your soni was killedl this morn ing by a falling chimnoy. What shall we do with the remains ? " In reply a cheque was sent for one hundred dollars, with the reqnest '! bury them." Th''lo young goihtlniau pocketed tihe muonoy aInd ;Jnhad an elaborate spreeoo. Wh'len in a condli tion for writing he seolit his fittler tlhe following note: ".I have just learned that an in 'annofliw' uurl1rdul- laIutL-l1)hteLrcunb youit a fictitious account of my ldeathl, and swindled you out of one Ihulred dollars. 1Ie also borrowed fifty dol. lars of nc and left tihe country. I write to inform you that I am still alivo, and long to seeo the parental roof again. I am in somowhalut re. lduced circumstances, the naccunula tion of the last five years having beeun lost-a disastrous stock operation and if you would only spare 111e...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Love, the Conqueror. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Love, the Conqueror. "A firm touch and an arlistio eyo your daughter has talouent which sihould be cultivated."' Such wero the words, carelossly spoken and soon forgotten, which, falling u ton ayouin girl's onar, decided her w h olo.utur dolestiny: In Constance rgtghant's itnd, young as shelo was, ambilion llranked first. To be fatous, the admired of oevery assembly -not for her beauty, but for hor talent .-asuch, she thought, would be an and worthijstriving fdr. The child of wealthy, idlolizing parents, she had only to desire, anid the thi thing she had set her heanrt upon was lhors; and so, never thinking but that Famoe would be equally kind in coning speendily to lher soulicitation, Coislanco dletermined to dircet her wholo powers to the cultivation of her talent.for painting. BIut confinoment and too steady appli ontion soon stole away the Ine of health from Constanco's -fair cheek, and the anxious mother insisted that for the suinomer all work alshould cease, and sit should go ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Presbyterian Church, Box Hill. FAREWELL OF REV. GEO. PAUL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Prosbyterian Chirollh, Box Hill. --:0:- PARE.WELT OP R V. GEO. PAULr. The abov& guilleman having accepted the pastorato of the Preosbytelorian Church at Brighton preached his fareeoll sermons ott Sutnlay last in the Presabyterlail Chuirch, lox Uill. .In the morning the rev. 'gentle man took his texost frotai John xx.,17th verse, and ill the~ovening Luke vo. Ill-tq. in his -lomnng remarks in the evening the preacher said that some texts required to be nlapproacleodin the sano way as a steep hill would be asccndqd or descended-in a nig. sag fashiosi. Thr teoxt under t otie0 was one of thofh . They wouild best grnp the mean. inl and prmotical lessons, not by dealing d easy with the queosthens'wbich t4 thed6stS;j beb$' i ean-inttltioi to a seprhaof t un. nelted truths, through which ;we may travel to its meaning slowly but surely. One of these truths was that,Clod employs various kinds of. mcssengors. - , uometimos, hre :eelds; rought. d ldici 'omidt somitietlues the smootht spo...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Presentation to Rev. R. S. Carson [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Prosontation to Rev. R. S. Carson A number of residents of ]lox Hill assembledl last Wednesday eveniing at the bank to witness a presoentation to the above gentleman. Mr. Jno. oToon, manunager of -the bank, was voted to tihe chair, and after explaining the ob joet of the gathering, vi.., to meeoot Mr. Clarson on the evoe of his wedding day, and to convey their expressions of approval of his conduct amongst his follow criokoters.'' MrToon then pro sonted tihe guest, on behalfor the sub. scribers, witlhmv Aery hiaulsom-iiothitrble clobk, beairing -the followilig insicrip. tion:-" A token of oestecum to Mr. It. S. Carson, frobm:his l ox Hil ill crik't ing aIduirors, 180)1." SIn: roplyp the recipient stated his 'great ploasuro at rocoiving such a gift, rind E;Tllq grgtirtgi iq}t1oiluol I iu1on, 1Box Hill Cricket Club, notwithstand ing the objections urged by manay peor sons that it was noco befitting of hinm to obe proparing for hlis duties on Sun day than playing cricket. IIe did not r...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

- Cook & Company Aro now Showing NEW GOOi)S in all D)epartmenouts for the Autumn Si nd Winfr seasons, at- Prices inuch below City Firms, and II vito Iiislietion beforoe Purehnailig. Colored Veelvteens, idi2,· s- Gd, 2s, 2s ad, ` ... liack Volvotedns, 10id; is, 1s 1d , is (Id, to 2s Od. i SB1,iok Gaisluncires s, is Oid, is 1,i2s (hi, 2siltld, 8s d,. Colored CaslhinrLds, 1s, is lld,,28( (d,29 lid, 2s O(d. liltoii Cloths, heavy qyeigllt, Is ,11d 5 11d, 78 6( dol. yards ;, ; Gmnnupian Serges, doulde w idth; 1islid, all colors. hockked, llaked, andibtriped btuias, from Is lid dozen. 'Splendid Value in White and Colorod Blankets, Quilts, Eider-down Quilts, Holineycomb and Colored Flannels, Twills, Sheetings, Shirtings, Flannelettos, Table SLinen, and every Requisito for household use; Art MusJins, Long Curtains, Short Window Nets. A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMAllENT OF T'HlE NEWEST TIIMMINCiS 1N ASTIAO11AN, BLACK AND COLORS. Feathor Beavcr; and Fur Trinunings in Great Assortment. pcial at...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Food versus Drugs. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

SFood versus Drugs. (oi:. st [ noeciTn .) - Thcer ai ivtwo clisses of individuals who are receptial of now doctrinos; those who havo sufferd grievously fromi the old ones, and who fron porsonal motives wish to dis cover otlhers for themiselves ; and those (piocers andi iphilathlropists by instincetl) who are in searchl of truth for its own sake, and lwho wish to benelit their fellows. 13othl of tles classes fratcrniso, and between tihemi push this old world alolng into new grooves in spite of itself-grumbling as it goes, to be left alonc to the saite of things it had grown iccustomned to. So Martin Lulther, with his staunchl associates, predecessors, anld followers, feeling that the age was ripe for a religious revolution, lit the match which kindled that great tire, In the matter of diet, things have drifted into ai queer con dition, but we suoter and are content. ivec its our ten and, broad and buttcr, or our ronst bcef -andl pickles, with occnasional doses of pastry, and we patie...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mount Pleasant Wesleyan Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Mount Pleasant Wosleyan Sunday School.; ANNIVEllSAIIY SEUVIOCS. lel anniversary services of theu splloo, attazhed to Lhcyahpvo, hlIgllh was coluliatid htst Sunday when the eyv. W'. E. ilronmilow prachedlcl to large congregations, mlorninga nd11(1 even ingK.' "Iii --O :"e Carey addressed the children in a very, pleasing manner. The in colemney of tlhe. weathcr, both on the Sunday and Monday, prevcented a large tiu ntuur being present from the idicent towrnshlups who had fully made up their minds to houar the last sermons of Mr. liromilow, this gentlemnu leaving for tihe islands dap ing the present month, On Monday the usual tea amid public meeting was heold, nd ailthough the wetthler was very wet a large numuber was present. 'lThe meeting was presided over by Mr. .1. Brown, formmerly of Mounllt PICIgsqut, aund was addressed by the levs. W, :. Iromilow and J. Carey. The ulchildren of the school sang solections at all the services in a v'ery creditable manner. Tuakii altogotlhor, and c...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Story of Lincoln. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

A Story of Lincoln, The following story, which may bo trie. but morn probably is not, is related of. President Lincoln : A local politician went to Washin ton seeking an office, but in an fortnight camne back without it. !" Wlhat was (io trouble ? "nssked one of his frienlds. "Did?n't you sco the President " . " , ' Y.e, of course," answered the polil ticiann. " Vell, then, why did you not got thll bdfliP" ' ' " \ell," said the disappointed nlpli cant, " we wOent ill ald stated our busi ness. The President heard us patiently, nal then said : ' Gentllmen, I am sorry 1 havo lio oflico for. Mr. ----,bit if I cansnot givo you thati i can tell you a story.' " ' " ' SThen ho went on 11 " ' Oneo there was a certain king nwho keplit an astrologer to forewarn hihm of -coIning ecvents, and especially to toll him whllier it was going o rain when ho wished to go on lhuniliin expeditions. One day liu lhad starled for the forest with his train of lords and ladies when lhe met a farmer. " ' Good m...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Brick Company's Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Box Hill Brick Company's Picnic. IThei prineh wtn aot (tli abnvonlp i liwwro delivered at in social hold1 in (ho Ilocreation (Hill, BIox Hill, on Thursday night, 2(0tl1 Marchl. 'Thoro was a ro lar attoendauce, and (ho procdutings pusoed oal in a vvery pleasant anid agrocablo mannerI,.i During t1Io uoning MIr. hyoll presentedol the prlizidl to tl suoooss ful compotitors as follows: IetvIIII,I: tI:s IusCe. 1510 yards T1. Link (suit of cloths by Mr. Webber) I1 J. Ring (blox of ton by Mr. Schnuider) 2 W. Sinitisbury (reading lamup by MIr. Sneddon) . .. . I chtrit s incL. 150 yards 0. OGuthrio (cruet by Messrs. livid and Robertson) . 1 P. Richards (whip by MIr. Snow of l1ox hill) . 2 Sx 1111.I. oilmie cLt1i'AS'V n iitr8iM'A. .00 yards A. llutchlison (suit of clollthes by Mr. l)oery) . 1 11. Coo (sot of studs by Mr. 11awliugs) 2 A. J.lohlstono (70 lb. bng of flour by Mr.. Siu).,.. . . .... ut.tnctimill.Altes: it o; 7,i .yards Mrs. Toumlin (ornamontal 'coak by Mr. (iaruer) ... 1 Mrs. Lilln...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

i\[llS. (I. 'PAl'r, rofessionall Mansseuse, Surgicnal aIn Mlical iSIoclrician tami Gym-n usnt, recolmmelldoeod by the le uding meidical praotitionoram of Melbourne and imnburbs (to whomn referonc is permitted), is prepared to treat patiments sutfering from any of th o following diseasnes and aimomnt s:- llhounmn tisnm-Clhronic, Sul:acumte, and MIunclar; Vmmmmmlysis-Agitant and Infantile; Ithoumnatia Gout, StiT J.Toins, C.mntracted Tendons, Insomnmia, I yiStori, Noeuralgia, and other nervous nilmments; Indigestiun, Constipation. Livor and Kidney )ioordLers, mand Ginorali I)obility. Termms andi partiemltars on applica. tion, either ait oudoir or ICesidence. Con-. sultation hiourme - Masnage lioudoir, 1.1i Collins-astreot, ollppositu Scota' Church, 10.10 mt.mmm. to ! p.1Im.; "I legomit," (ilenfeorrliroaud imorthi, near thirker'siroad, before 10 a.m., anid (I to 8 l.m.-[AivT.] InLdies aid Gentlenmo n,-In nswer to ninny enquiries as to wlhen I alm to nu11ko n1y 0100l Winter Slhow, 1 ; to...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Frenchman’s View of Foot Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

A Frenclhman's View of Foot Ball. It was Io 10 a great grililleintion, so a p])rc.lll)d r1 I'IIen li I nl3 writes ill I coll tlenporary, stnying iat tlh hlouse of onte friend, who was nil EIngilishiii?Il. to be. hold. tlhaL..,vwlil ,h he call the footlbll sport.: 'Whlirl th phiy wh~a nllished, lit Rs IggI(;lt, wrilo mu the nIeoInt for that l'gl lishmain limy peircciv wihether the F'en'1l1chanii love tiho piny. It is Itlit I endlitdoir to IncL' complish. It' lns bitter cold day. ind we put on olr tops cont. .My friend sy, " y'oi slilil require tlioil," 1111nd ny faith lie had rig'ht. \Vo anroar rived il the l lield. I say, " It is not pro Ip:ired, see tlie gi'nss 'is long. Tlo idle m1an lins not rolled it out, smooth." )My friend Iniughedl, 1nud lie replie., " It is not reqiilsite tihat the ground be smooth liko in the critique." I sly, " 1hl, well, wo shall see the gain i what lie is like." I sanw some sticks with liltle fligs in ll 1110 groiiid, which my friend says are tlhe goll1s...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUT ON A SPREE. A SUCCESSFUL EXCURSION WHICH TURNS OUT BAD IN THE END. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

OUT ON A SPREE. -:0:-- N sTUOCOSSb'F1U.LG EXOli so18 WillOIL TUIRNS OUT BAs) 1N Til E ND. At this season of the year everyono feeools inclined to go away for a lfew days to renow their bodily frame and recoup their mental encergies. Soelu go to Tasmania, others to Sydney tid( Now Zoealand, while there are solmeo wioa like to pay ia visit to the dlistrict of Numnawading. 1I the case- under consideration 'lii tehant was the towln se!oted, and tihe excursionist-a frail daughter of Eve. She took Iher pas siigo from tile nmetropolis, and ini die time arrived at the tar-fiaed town of Mitcham, and after inspecting the various hostelries of that plac she decided to take up Iher abodc at tile one she considered most resembled the La Matripole, of Sydnoey. DIinner was of course provided and served uip in a rather claborate style for this frail creature, who, for the nonce, we shall call Miss Annlllastacia Sullivantia. All wvent well for a time. lThe busi ness at thle hotel seemed to increase,...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. ORDINARY MATCHES. MONT ALBERT v. 15 HILLSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

SPORTING. CRICKETI'. OlIl1)INAIY MAIhCHlrS. MloaT AninouT V. li IllHttto . This miatch was playoed last Saturday and rosulted in a win for Mont Albort, 1 . i innings and 22 runs. The following two the ecoros: l1itra.nsn (First In1nings). F. Vine, hit wicket, b Cost .. O II. Teigh, b do .. . 0 11. Fletellcr, run out .. I Itamiltont, a 1Fraser . 0 .11. Cust, b J. COst. 0 J..Jonkino, a do .. 0 O 1a. Spear, oFraser .. .. . 1 S. rotig, a Coust .. .. 1 t11. Studley, Fraseor ... 0. O l)onhlanoe, b Cust . .. .. 11. lobbins, b Cust. . ., .. 0 N. Ilowney, not out .. .. WV. Smith, run out .. . . Wilsol, run out .. .. 0 O iundries .. 't'otal ntcorl IxuINN i' "'' N. Vine, o llood , ., O II. Leigh, a do . 1 11. Fletcler, e blood '. 0 Jiamilton, b Fraser . II. COst, b Blood .0. en Ob 1. Jelins, U do .. 0 I. Spear, U Blood . . t 27 H. Long. b Frasor * . 7 .II. Stu ley, not oant .* 11 Ioluhano, a Illood .. It. lobbins, b Cuost ..:' N. I)ownuy, b Blood .. W'. Smith, b Blood .. . .. wickets, MONT 111....

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Poor Old Gentleman. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Poor Old Gentleman. h' peddler or follower of any trade which is liabloe'tb lido coijildered" ia nuisance, can console himinself for many relbuffs if ]ie happens to have a eeon sense of humor. The disappointmnont at inot sclling his goods is somoewlat ollsot if ho can direct i joho at' 'the' unapprecilitive miidividinal,"'and soino= times the joke cfletkia-salo after all. i. Mr. CGrant is. ia ali didhe iniioi, of dignified and duven iriposihig inimlh'ar. Npt long'ago lie was writing buisily ait his desk whecn a tattered personage with a large basket on his arm entered thie office. Ile carried his basket past thea clcrý aucil d tl hefj uilii ;p}Irtrs reitad~!it oni' li;'GI 'f's 'dcaik' amnd " Won'sbtydr' buy souno of thlose patelot collar. luttons, mu penny. ,a piece ?" Mr. (Granmt didi not look lip fri)an his writing, but waved his left hiand with a stately gesture tnoward the door. Mlister, won't yer lave some of those patent collar buttons, a penny a-piece, three for twopenco ?" u...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Accident at Box Hill Brick Works. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Riilway '.Acoidelit at Box Hill Brick Works. -:e:-" A someowhat seriouns accident occurrcd on the side lie ileading into the Box 1ill Brick CompanyV's Works on Monday evening last, wlhichl r'sulted in abonut 21 trucks being more or leas dnnaged. . I, appears thast the truncks, loaded with brickus, lhad been shunited front the sheds inito the loop line ready to be takeun away as soon as an ecuginu arrived for that lpurposo. T'o this lot of trucks teo Jaure. wsFO addh unru siBoonun-te: thil .wau dailo tho ti ichis, without 'giving any pro. limuinary warning, conumenced to move slowly down the declining gradient. Of course, as they proceedcd they increased in speedl, and aftertravelling for sonhe 0 yards down the hill they wero travelling at an very rapid rate, theu volocity increasing until Ithe base of the gradient was racehed. At this point the foremnost trucks commenced to ascend the opposite gradient, and it was this obstacle that had the etfect of bringing the run asway trucks to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

P1'ECIAL NOTICE. CAR3INE rGI E and SONS, Of 57 ]IOURIKE-STI EIET and 117 S ELIZAlZlI'rl-STR.lElC'ET, IInvo OPENEI) CIINTRIAL SHO11W lOOMS at 20( Collins-stroeet (nest Mullell's) where they have a large and unique stock of first class pianos, organs, musical boxes, etc, by all the leading makers. We are solo agents for thogonuine cll Organs. These splendidinstreiontsas surpassed for purity of.tEpn! ,;itmrsibltjmetd beanuty of case. Il.Aur, .snmols, CGanine, and ren,11 STYLEs, fromt .£12 to £200. Also sole agents for.- the- iuanrvecllous--solf-playing' SAcolian "' Orqns, whiclh render correctly dance, claslcal, o- sncredi inusic,5by mCoroly using thie pedals Also;-sole sgents for Pnillard antl Co's- CEl:Er.TEDn, MUlSC. o ]osNEs. Our well known " ,igbiivae " Itillos staid unrivalled for tone, bWaull, and lnish.l -Thby have actions with. special improvements. They girv9 Uyictats,.s 'sTlistrLts,' and ass thel delight iof " ll `slio lsestu 'lldcns Ttse' airss the best medium-priced Virman...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. FOR SW:ET'r AND PrTilHE 811:EAD (;o rO G. Redman, Canterbury Bakery, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY, And ntt ]3UR1KE ROAD), CAM]3ER1W\ELL. W1'AR1RANTED FR1TEI FROM ALUM.:. Dclivred .)sily .ii Canterbury, Camberwell, Ialwyn, Surrey. fills, Blox lill. The only laker in the Colony of theo IYGTENI O Il1ZOWN liiR EIAD, as recomnmelidcd by the Jeading London Medical Fact:lty. 1:' Picmdnhnid Tea Parties Catered for on thie Shortest Notice. S'* Orders by I'ost teceive PIrompt Attention. William Beale SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill. GIG, CAlRRIAGE and BUGGY HARlNESS rADiE TO O]D]]R A Largo Assoritment of Portmantenus, BIrief &f Gladstone ugs on lhand. COLLARS CA11EFULLX FITTED. W1115P, JBRUSIHES, RUGS, &e. Second-hiid Iharness Bouglht, or Exchanged for Now. To the Ladies of ]ox 1ill and surrotundiing district. 1lEDUCIED MILLINERIIV. -MISSES COLLINGS STATION STREET, Box IIlILL, Are now Sulling all SUMMER (000DS at IE...

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