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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Local News. A.: very daring robbery was coimmittcd LL Blackburn on Good Friday afternoon, lwhen tho residence of Mr. Edward P'ope was Lentered lwhilst Mr. and Mrs. Pope had goneo to sec sonic friends. 'rho thief took a oua.n tiy, of .bop)4cltlio nntil, wýsYclihig apparol, which loitrieP tq dsplose qi tq t he residents inIiel vicinity. The1i obbery was at once ra ported to Constable fiordon, of Mitclhani. '10i staited lit ini puinit, of thi offendeLLr, whom hle caunght in the act of solling the goods at cern Glen. 'ho nanee of th tuman arrested is' WiVn. Doipsey; and lie I'whs only dischargcedl by thie BIox Hilll Court last Tues. dity on a clnhargeo of drunkenness. lie will be brought before the court to-iday. This lhas been a very dull week for news. There has actually been niothing nmovilng, (whilo last wcek there was quite a plethora of intcrcsting cvents. Tihe only itemn of start ling interest this Oweek hais been the runniiig away of the trucks from the Brick Conmpany's Works at...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 April 1891

Ti scllbnin laid down by? I Geonral " ioo'rl in " Darkest Elngland and the Way Out" las bcon subjected to much unfavorable comment, and it is in deed questionablo if the idea is a good one so far as Australia is concerned. Still for all that the book is cleverly written, and will well repay perusal from it literory point of view. The authorship of the book has been assailed, and it is now publicly asser tod that it did not ominmito froiii'the bralii''of i"'* norti "a I'Ji ? li i " llts beautiful stylo and eloquent diction were considered by those who were most compotent to form an opinion as at cut above the intellectual attainl incits of tlh leader of the Salvation Arnmy If tlio General" was not the author of the book, who then was ? The sympathy and friendliness which has always. been iknown to exist between the " Gehoral " and Mr. NW. T. STr1A1, one of the most eminent literary men in England, and who for. morly edited the I'P/l .Mll G(itrtt,, and is now editor and part proprieto...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

FOOTBALL. A g~eneral iiiotjiag of thie 1,4icoi. Jick footbajll t'Iub~, will b o hel at S. Beitcbuyo'ý A generanl meecting of the Surrey Jilil Star football club will be hlfll il Iriday A1ejf l01ll, at Mr. Cglline' olliec at y 'clock alarp.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONCASTER V. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

D)o.CeAST:It V. C.\N'tluuY. This match was concliuded last Saturdany and resulted ik a win for Doncaster by four wickets. First Innings .. .. . u Second.Innings .. . .. 81 Total .. .. .. 89 1)ONCASBTKEI First Innings ... . . . 48 Second Innings .. .. .. '13 Total , . .. . 00 The following is a table showing the posi tion of each club playing for th.o above trophy: Club. o ' lox 1ill .. 11 2 8 0 i 11 7 52 Blackburn .. 11 2 7 1 11 .1l3 82 Mitchamn .. 13 1 7 18 3' i5i 52 Surrey lills.. 11 2 4 'I -4 I1 52 Canterbury .. 11 2 2 *.1 .1 H t52 Doncaster .. 11 2 2 1) 0 10 52 Itingwood .._11 2 0 11 0 8 05 SNext Saturdty's teanms will bo selected fromn the following: Box Hl,,m v. Sullnyi HIIlH, at fBox Hill, Box Hill will be selected from-Andorson, Dock, Carson, Mbender, 1'Bayno, Ield, Sweet Intd, Schluber, Steele, Toon, Williams (2), 'liote (2), and Kefford. Surrey lills teatu -Uoltonrat,ndt, iCarge, Collins, Dunn (2), Gunner, Hogan, Legg, Marsh, Smith, 'l'rry, Staines, Wilson, (2). DONCASTEI ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE "REPORTER." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

TO T? EDITOII OF TI0 " IIFPOIIErI:II." smn,-I would estecm it a great favor if you wouhld answer tho following question : " Will a rateopayer, that has not paid his rates on or before the 10th day of Junoe, be debarred from voting at an election of the L?gislativo Assembly, such election to take place, say in March, 1802, and the rates still to remain mplaid." N y answorig the above you would obligo, Yours, Ac., AIIGUMENT. [No. So long as your name is on the eloetoral roll you can vote. It Ihas nothing to do with the rates.-En. I.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. "REPORTER" TROPHY MATCHES. MITCHAM v.SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

SPORTING. CRICKET. "IEPOI'OIRTERI " TROPIHY MATCHES. AMITC.AM V. Suunct lHnas. This match was continued and finished last Saturday and resulted in a win for Mlitchan by three wickets and eight rugs. The result of the proviotis Saturday being Surrey luills (Illrat innings :lit), (second in, nings five wickets for 47 runs). Miteham (first innings li), the rentaining wickets for Huroy }(ills filling for threo runs leaving AIitchanmn 51 to win which they did thanks to W. Titus, who scored 20 out of the total. The following are tho.detailed scores: sumnnY ulnd s (Second Innings). 0 wickets for .. .. .. .47 Smith, b Cronin ... .. .. 8ii Collins, run out .. .. .. 0 iDolton, b Cronin . q D)unn, b Geddes . 0 Staines, lnot out . .. .. 0 Legg, E1 4goao, b tddes .. 0 Total .. .. ... 50 J. Geddes, o do b bolton ll , 4 A. Edgoose, Irun out .. . II J. Cornwell, b Logg .. . . 0 M. Cronin, b do .. .. W. Moore, b Wilson ,, ti J. Batty, o and b Staninoes . 5 i. Pratt, not out .. .. .. 7 T. Titus, do ....

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cake Fair and Sale of Gifts. ST. PETER'S CHURCH, BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

Cake Fair and Sale of Gifts. ST. 1IETEI'S CIIURCII, BOX IHILL. On Saturday afternoon Dr. Dobson, M.L.C., opened a Cake Fair and Sale of Gifts in connection with the above church. In declaring the fair open, the doctor congratulated the ladies on the result of their efforts; and expres sod a hope that they would find a ready sale for all the useful and orna mental articles with which the stalls were laden; he felt that thoappeiar. ance and flavor of the cakes would so cure for them nunmerous purchasers. The lady stall.holders worked with great tact and energy, and were indo faittigable in their eflforts to effect sales. The result, financially, is highly atisfactory, .over £25 being added to the church funds. . The stalls worp prosided overhby the following liadies Fancy Stull L Mebdamnes G'Creen, Newton, llackburne, Moador, and 1laughton. Cake Stall- Mesdamnes Cox and Sergeant, and the Misses Phillips and Plaisted. Refreoshment. Stall - Mrs. O'Neill, and the Misses Rlawlings and O'N...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

, Wdading B?lls. T'jIL U1Uilitd thodist Cllhrph, lox Hill, wa lilhed by ,it very pleasant lookinghWaudience, oil'- Thursidy after noon, tho 2nd inst, A\ tbhe event tluat vl.s about to .ie performed.was of gr6at interest to the residd'nts' of this deafrioett'izs'aotat', iskltoe of' anrp'iho thiat'th ehluipflh was .tQcwded on the dpy nlnedi, and tlhat; tile interior of the' )iiii hiial boon specii(lly and most'iastefully ltecop?ted for the occa sion. 4aerybody in, the chulrch looked (as people shplfld look) happy, and i?o one more so than the bride and bridegroom .who e;,ro the cynosure of every eye, aintI' Who had many ,silcnt.,jiaycrsT offeridd up, on. tleir h?iabll'ffold thliir fntt r hiappinosst anid pros?ierity., . . i .Ip The occasion referred to was the ty?ig bf. thlid liiluptial knot between the P ,ev. R, S, Carson and Miss Es(ter (betlo} "tiown ash Ettio) llil?ock, youiingost 'diughter of Mir. DIlaldockl, of Y?aravile. Tiho ceremony wasi-per (oXljl flif a' nand diihplesil 'ii...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Serious Accident at the Blackburn Brick Works. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

Serioqs Acoident at the Black. burn Brick Works. On Monday moining last a ¶'cry serious accident happoned to a young man named Elijah 'onleot, about 18 years of ago, on ployed at the abovo works. It appears that Bennett had chargo of a moulding machine, and it was his duty to feeood the clay into the machino, All weont woll until the clay ran out when young Bonnett, instead of adopt. ing the procautionary measuro of stopping the machine, put in his hand to tako out the last brick moulded, when his lingers woro caught and three of thoemn crushed to pieces. The young man was at once sent in to tho iMelbourno Hospital, whero it waa found niupu?lpavy tq ampulat to tlo itoo 'inga s, at thp caine tihe a fear was oxpressed that v'ery likely hle yotlld l?so the whole ligqud. ron1 all we can learn no due is to lblanp htirt nte young mlla h11nseolf, as ho had been repeat. odly warned by his follow-worlnnen. It is a strange coincidence that about twelve months ago a relative of young llennott ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATER SUPPLY FOR BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

WATER SUPPLY FOR I BOX HILL. ITho following corrospoinidonce 'on the abovo subject will be of interest to our readers, as it will show what pains and troublo havo boon taken by SMr. John Keys, M.P. for the diatrict, in order to socuro a hearing with tihe Ministor. . yl 1'ot?er spo?tldfor thomselvýcathli i?r"no' Ž easioino mako any further romnarks, sullico it to say that if Mr. Koys had not put on ajboli s M'on'p, nd 4l1hl, takonino for anu answeý', tlhofdopittmiion thatwaitoed iUpon the \linistor on Wednesday would not have'o been received.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

Tl epuitioi. Mr. lJohn Keys, M.P. for the district, in conjunction with 1)r. D)ubson, M.L.C., intro duced a imonster deputation from ]lox hlill to the lon. tri Miunister of Publio Works on Wednesday morning tIst. The deputation was the outcome of an indignation meeting that was held in the Shire Hall, ]box Hill, a few weeks ago, for the punrpo?c of express ing disatisfaction at the Hautier in which this district had bcon treated by the 'Public Works Depthriment, in expending the manly that had been voted by Parliatnent for supply ing this district with iwater upon other works ' ' hr. Keys, in introdueing the deputation, said the object of the interview was to lbring under the notice of thlt Minister the fact that the Publie Workbs l)eaitteint had spent the money that had been voted by Parliament for supplying Iloi hill with water on some other works, and to imipress upon >r. W\'heeler the necessity for makiing provision for the money that had not been oxpondted upon the works for...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

Cook & CcmpanyA Aa.o now Sh?oxing NEW GOODS in all ])Departmneuts for the Atxtuu? ' , , and Wintcr Seasons, at Prices much below City Firms,. r, l., u,,, ,:: '-and Iuvite Inspection before Purchasiug. Colored Volvotoens,12 (, is Gd, 2s, 2s 04. , ",]lacki\olveteens,:10.?1d, 1s, 1s 4d, Is (,d, to 2s ol.d ,~" ' , i,,:, 3Back Caslhnerds, is, is Gd, is 11d, 2s d,; 2s 11d,, 8s ld;. Colored Caslnmoresis, Is lid;. 2s Gd, 2s 11d; ls Gd, . i ... ,,-:.;:,i;Miltonl Cloths,-leavywoight, 4.,lid, s ild, 7s (ld;do,,?yards .. ".,i?.. :Graimpian Sorges, doubloe width, is.lid, all colors tHi - eChlelcd, Flaked, and Striped. Stauffs, from Is lid dozen, S ,:Splendid Value in White and Colored Blankets, Quilts, Eider-down Quilts, Honeycomb and Colored Flannoels, Twills, Sheetings. Shirtings, Flannelottos, Table Linen, and every Requisite for household use; Art Mus!ins, Long Curtains, " Short Window Nets. A MAGNIPICENT ASSO TMEiNT OF TImE NEWIHST. TRIMMINutI INI S ASTIACH1hAN, ULACK AND COLODS. Fe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[COPY.] Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 1st April, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

Deia tosoont of Pusbli W orks, Msylbpurno, 1st 4tjitiI, 1tU1., With cruocsrn t~o'yonr 1ottcir of tho' 81st ult., reqroo'tioig ni appbintsniont fottho reception of ia depustation on the subjeet of thoe wsater supply at Dls\ H ill, It am slss's'tosi to~stato t1t,l tjs Oioattor, of Nal Yass L ssatcs' i sppiy s s sins which'is itrsosve daltith bf lisa Msibosss'ss as is Mctsopo lslanl olo Worsk. 1 havs tine ihonor to he, Sin Your oisedient serv ant, 1'm. (IAii1I~lT'111, Secrestary. Joihn Keys, EssI., lILL.a

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

Stlge`and Medical 1~Ioctricaiin and Clya mist, rouooiiuoiiedm by tho leading metdical ipractitionors of Me1lbourno and suburbs (to whom roforonlco is permittod), is prepared to troat patients suffering froma any of theo following diseases and ailments ;-lihonumt tisn-Oihronic, Subacute, and .Muscular lParslysis--Agitant anad In fnm~tilc; lihoeumatic nervous qiilnen(ms1 inlamdigrion. Coll:t~imtt~un 1{iorRa i~l''yhioudur,, and ,mr lDability. ;Peria ail Iarticuimrt oil apli ks. tiuja, eitber at Jou~luir" or ltr~idcamc. Uon saitation hmouirs -. Mijgo I toudoir, 1".l.i Coltins-strurt, opp)osite Sctie Church, 10.30 alma, to ip.m.; "I tgrpmia,' Ii him crmiu-road nmorth, ncar Iismkcr'sroad, bmfomo (1mu.t, ii ad t) to H K ..~bl 1l1r. IhImily Sharp, t1 wov1h-lm owmm \mlehliel ('Ioirvo~mmmmt and I 'ushidI, ti`'; mmoved to liii ouuiinynui, Uppe [I wIiWtoun. aicciurately din.-;nosed without Oslhin 'ile h paietmuit a ijilo iiuctioi. h ours; 10 to 1 iUhuomoday eveningi~s, 7 to hI, or by uahhOuiit ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Bank Manager's Confession. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

A Bank Manager's Confession. The following are extracts from a letter addressed by the defaulter', J. R. ]Bradley, to tihe manager of the E., S., and A. C. Dank :-Sir,-Be fore you receive this you will be aware that another scoundrel has beeoon found among your officers, and that is I. I am not writing to itsk for mercy. I know that it is your duty to have me, in conunmmon with all other criminals, hunteiU dowii and punished. The bittorest puinishment is less than I would give myself for years. I am a criminal and an outcast, hunted and alone, and I would have gladly meted out to myself the heaviest punish merit that the blackest crime receives. BUit I am writing in pain to entreat that you will have mercy and pity on those who are innocent of my sin or dishonest intent, whose only fault was that they trusted in me. I have no rest and cannot wait till I declare most solemnly that my a5sistants hi the branch were in no way connected with me, and that my frauds wero most entirely with...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[COPY.] Dandenong, 3rd April, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

[ctOvPY.j Danidenong, 'hd April, 11t, S'I ?? nam in receipt of 'your ileter f?ltti 1st inst from which I galhe" that thi Min istor of Publio Works is not prepared to ro. colvo a deputation from lhoe counolliors and ratepayors of tile Shiro of Nunawiading on the subject of Water Supply at Box Uill. I have no desireo to ?'opeat ytheo oorrespondeneo 1 had with your department soete twelve or eighteen months ago on this subject. Your department is the only one during my eleven years' Parliamentaitry experioneo that has refused to receive deputations when asked for Iby me, and this is the second tihe your department has done this on the amne sub ject. It must he clear to Mr. Wheeler that 1 cannot quietly submit to this kind of treat tment, and there is no persont who would re sent it Imore quickly than hinmself. My con. stituents have a grievance aud they have ai right to be alfforded an opportunity of stating that grievance before the Minister. IParlianment, last session, voted a snot o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, APRIL 3. (Before Mossrs. Wm.Ellingworth (in the chair), E. Bishop, James Popperill, and Capt. Garside, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

Box Hill Court. -o- Fuiism., Alui. 1. (Ileoforn Messrs. 1Win. Ellingworthi (in the chair), E. lishop, James Popporill, and Capt. Garside, J'a.'.) HAlt I,ANGU.1Oht. ]lobt. Galloy was charged with using in. sulting language at Surroy IHills on the night of the lish March., sonr..econstablo lalclhint stated that the prisoner and another man were tfghting in one of the hotels at Surrey Hills. Als the prisonor was the transgreossecr he was locked up, and it was the intention of the police to.bring up the other man6 on sunimons. Constable Wilson corroborated the above statement, and in addition said he heard the prisoner say to another mlan that lie was the, best man in the distriot for his weight iand sine. Sen. constable Lloyd read a number of previous convictions against the aceoused. The chair mtan said that the prisoner would be lined £5 and 5s. costs. ANNOYING Til. S.gAVATION ASiM\Y. I [enrly' Blarnett, a young man, was charged with using abusive language In 1ox lhill on the night o...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

13\1]3A T i AL. A gieneral meetjing of the ]hlnc'kl,nru~ ths hIln1 chih wvill bo held a~t the htohi, oa Mouthiy thio h~flth ito tilh¶, \{t tut t eo dttiig to join IteSt e~ottlh jIthty Oiteah, bibtihhpioJI + A ILI1tclI IItei taiI arrn~lged 1~t pehlayed oil Mh~igh Utolli 1)ai " t Ilhhuel urn, wvhien the Mctilopohihiut9 \vil I 1)Ig the lll lIkhbliniiLeki hutl ulphil pntlehlce will be given to icow iloenbwi to lanm the g'amei. The seer~ehiiiy ()h MrHeitz) will be pleased to eotply ioy, otliet iiikvrutntivit.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[COPY.] Department of Public Works, Melbourne, April 4th,1891. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

x .)eparnelit tof?ublio \'orkls. ilelbourno, April 4th, 18191. Stn, At the request of M'r. John Keys, .1o.A., conveyed in a letter dated lrd inst., I hobeg to infop you that tho lIon. the Coin missionef of tublio Works will bd plensed to receivea dtleputaioi.fromi the residents of the Shire of Nunacwading, on Wednesday next. ,th inst., at 11..1. anm., relative to extension of the water supply in Box 1ill Your qbedient sersaunt. '. GALURllAITil, tcerot?eaiy. The i chetary Shiro of Nunq?ndling, Iilqxlll, 1 ' '1" 0 ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 April 1891

S PE IAL NOTICE. C ARNE G IE and SONS, Of 57 BOUlK.E.STIRIET and 1.17 ELIZAET.iTH-lSTRIEET, Hlave OPENED CENTRAL SHOW llOO?IS at 200 Collins-streot (next Mullen's) where they have a largo and unique stock of first class pianos, organs,.iusical, boxes et, by all the leati gh iukerAfi,/ j x . We are solo agentd.Iorithb gdonino? Bo'lll" Organs. Those splendid instruments are un surpassed for purity of tone, durability and heauty ['bt ,soT: '- iu n, P.ufil iTn IuctTnuT t nd l'suvti, ,ST .ss,.fromu 1012 to ,E200,. Also solo agoutsf for ,the'[ umarvel,- Obel-playing "Aeolian" Organs, which render correctly d4t? ttW ela7ilifl; 'o saereid uoijisic, y meroly using the pedals... Also, sole agents'Lfor"!Paiilald anduCo's.,Žt COa:mt.en j I ,riistcmil 1oxr?:" ,' Our well known "N Iigenrac " pianos stand unriyalletl. $r tono,-bqqiutý, ddfitnihshl, Vrhey haVe-' aitions ' wvtli" spdcial i'mprovements. They give UNIxvIria,\h ,\trtI"\Ctro, and aro the delightif all who hear them,:. They are Sthe best...

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