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On Baseball. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

On Baseball. Dy Ho.Ml BAHK. Now, that the cricket soason is over to give place to King Football, a low 'remarks on '.BasJenball " may not bo out of place. Although an ardent ldtnijiorI of; football; 1 ,,cliiot'blo blih:fl c'Lt iotfact.tlhat 'tl?ro are o good Inum. b*brof rlLfdli·ifA li dl' othidr 'ivho are not kicking tliho loathler,- jut who, no verthlloss, wouldl like to lhavo ,omo; olit.door oxorciso during tle wihter seoasln, '.rhlro can bo no doubt about, biisebial beiing thoi gamle hich' do serves tioe attention of athletes and cricketers in particular.. For both it supplies the Inecossary .oxeroise for lug aind limnlis, sharpens tie eye, do naiinds coolnissi, ilcOk observation ind decision ; it cultivate. tlhe faculty of estimating timio and distance in the samnio I nalthy ind, rocroativye ininaer ais Icripket, but with tho ail'intngeo of 'a gamne being decided in onio day; inI fiat tho, better the gano tlh sooner it is ovor. A cricketer, wenk in fielding, will find hilmsielf...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, APRIL 17. Before Major Bartrop, P.M., and James Pepperil, J.P. SETTING FIRE TO GRASS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

Box Hill? Coiirt. l tlll.y, A .lllllll 17. lleforo i Lajor llrtlrol , P.M., lnd lnlJames . -Pepperill, ,..P. t:TrTrti riotll: TO,(ltl.1sw. Ealirnest llranldt anl It fetialui named \ulgusti lristol were charged joinltly with nlinwfully ignitiig llinllitlluiable aIutlIerial onl tle ItIh \larcli, witlhin four yairdl of grass land, the plopdlletiy of llubert 13rooks, of tlur woo I, whoso prolpert)y \va damlUltaged to tile xtent :of iHi; The lilnlo delfalltlant is it farmioer; rosiding at liurwoal, niatud It wias clhargled ilt qgoljllctionl witli thll wotllia who wns 1nil'8osed' to .hllve bueen itn the colmpany of hanilt when the lite was liightet. ,Jo:eplh TlinLton lltated that Ie siaw the rentailns of i tire ill Ilrook's paddock -mil ill fits ownli paddockl.. tllo also saw na tir ill tile declilnlant's paddock. Ito coldi not say h\'er theo lire originated, or by wholm thO ire was lit. All that he knIw was that the grnos in thll three padhldocks had been liburnt.l Peter Ford statted thn...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. "REPORTER" TROPHY MATCHES. FINAL ROUND. BOX HILL v. SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

SPORTIN G. G IICK iT. I " IEPOITEII 11 " TROPHIY MATCIIi,;. FINAL ;HOUND. Ilux II1.1. v. SvUnIIVy lllti.H. ?The nbove initchl was continued hist Ha. turday when a very fair gnthering of slpcti. torH, congregaoted, la1nd as thlo weather was- n decided itlprovelmnlt on the Ipreviols SIttIr day it wahs mIore pleasant Ibth for compeli tors and the publie, and enjoyment reigned sullpreme. The two not outs were Collins and l)uuunn, anld na the latter arrived lant tho ganme was cotlliiilUetly delayed ; but wlheln I start was lllado Collijngis .was ot at lhone to thl bowling of Toon, nalld played tle fourth bnll of tile over ciarefilly into llhe liandso of C. White. l"--0--71. Marsh was tile last 1an 1111 ai hlie came Iup specially to ilcreaso tile score, it muslllt hitve been a sore dikappointtncullt to ils supporterH to son hlim hit ulp a ball of Toou's into the Ihands of Willinams, tlherely clositg tile innings for 77. u1innl being not out for -13. The lirst two rroslreenttives for lox H...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

The issoionary meeting to celebr.itu thu eliitii nni ?verr'v of Ju;i- WrslcV- iy-?,?e 1'ounder of Methodism, ns-chuld il t.19 Wvouloynnil'it'tli '1lox' hiti, lish Moniny cvaning. 'Thu chair was occupied by Mr. Ni. Ilisholp, J.1'., nilo the, church wlt:lfairly. tilled. Theo upcnkour were the Lluvs. J. Carey, WV. B. BIrolllilow, )Dllnksenitlli?psers. Cullpton, and Mnlllp. Ti?l*.IlW?)+V.E., lhroiluilow, cslplicined at lelgtlli the olj-cli; andi iulteitioid{tAt IM ilfQ iitil ."ehoii tib to Ib ctalblishled hi Now (huiiien. As tlhin Iwni very likely to te lhc l timeii of hl.ring MIr. anld Mrs. Ilroiiilow inll 1ox Hill for ajiniu timeiu to coiiie, the oppoitunity iwas taIke'ln of bilding . gobdl Tby to lnthem. r ? Collect1ion was taken iili ill ail of the New (Guilnel mililioIn, aiq thoetq o( .1 pitldd was promised.l. We wisi iua t ie, rli. 0nud Ma., llrolilow Cod cspeed in th?ie iow wiorlk, lnd hop llohey will b o0 saed lI i saci to Ipared to spread thlie ciu of Clrisliiinitly. Thlu ccret...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents. DANGEROUS CALLINGS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "REPORTER." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

C'O1MS L'ON DENCE. [W' do 1tot hold iouislrere rensiiiible for ophiloll'.!?lo express' ly cour,'s?pnd'?. .] DAN(ibIOUS CALINGHS, TO TiHE I'.IITOR OF Tll;: ". IK'POIRI'." S4ti,-Considlering the nuinber of serious nnd, ill somi caseu, fatal aecidonti, that have occurred in connection with the brick mnnk iug industry carried on in this district, I think, in the interest of the workmiin on gaged, it is tino that publiu attention was called to tho'mattor. Thero is nil Act of Parliamlent called a " Shops and Factories' Act," but owing to an oversight in ldrafting it, it is inlduo to apply only to any, city, town or boroutlh, coinequeclltly any industry carried on in a :hiro does' not come under its operation. Now, Sir, I think that every neasoinblo inlan will .ngre with 1o1 thait lsuch in 1n111o ainly should not bo allowed to continue. As tlieru is not a (ioverninenut lIspeclor, as flr as 1 ant awnro thero is no clieclk Iupon it greedy employer risking the lives ,id liimb ui tlhe ;workitP...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

Cook & Company Are now ShowinigNE;W 'GOODS in all iDepartmnuts for the Autumn and. W.inter Seasons, at Prices munch below City Firms, and inviteo Iupcction before Purcmhasiug. Colore~ V;l'etecus, 1?,'d, Is Gil, 2., 2s 6d, 'Blnk',\k elv\etens, 10', 10 , is, 'hd, is (i, to 2os d. Bl ack Caslhmeres, is, is (id, 1s lid, 2s (id, 2s 11i, ,s l(d. .Colored Cashnereors, 1i, s 1.1d, 2s (3d, 2s lid, s (hl, Milton Cloths, heavy, vbiglit, .s lid, 'is lid, 7s 6d doz.. yards ' runpinan Serges,' dodble width, s 11d, all colors. iChecked, 'Flaked, and Striped Stufls, fronm Is lid dozen. Splendid Value inl White and Colored Blankets, Quilts, Eider-down Quilts, Honeycomb and Colored Flannels, "Twills, Shcetings, Shirtings, Flannelottos, Table Linen, and every Rcquisite for household use; Art Mus'ins, Long Curtains, Short Window Nots. A MAoGNIFICENTr AS30'1itTENT OF THEl N]EWEST TIIMIIN(3NS IN ASTRiAIC.\AN, 1 ?LACK AND COLORS. Feather, Beaver, and Fur Trimmings in Groeat Assortment. Special atl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. - :0: IIOROONDA)IA SI1IR1E COUNCIL. Moos,.uv, Ari'ml 20rn., ' roSient iCi.I?JDlllon, Presidlent (in the chair), and Crs. Velr, Maliilg, { { li" i Eo'norom iNs., ( / Fromn the Metropolitan 3oard of.. W\\,'ioilk'iattiii;"Hliat - t (hid(i-con de eil, to.rsiejit the, lire li+igdl. ti cot tiimii ts-usuul for nno[?llhr mnlch. Heceived. ' ;l'qv ,U; s p.qii -nnl u'lThnlins, solici tors, statiil that unless the cliini of ir.,Tofin?was ?eftled?obrthwith legal 'r-8ilginigi,, woult 6 t nlken. :.The Iilllrr1e IIn this case was occasioned lHi lI)i -0 .A ) Th'on n 'linIorda?nllihig. overr ?0pe i0paterial that had been pcced oiln Wh\\ito 'Phorn.road. ]it ro. f'rence to this imatter the overseer for tli . . C i lrlidig stated that , ti 1mra1 fronm the. ?W\tlter Supply Dlepart. ! mIeIllt had llacied some spoil on the road, which had caLsed , the accident alluded to. If thn "men loiggedd by ithe 'Wite' Siliply ")ipairtinulnt ihadl spreadl the spoil the ineoident would Inot ]lltve...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. Coad at Surrey Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

Mr. Coad at Surroy Hills. -:o: The Congregationll sohool-room wns crw:le1 t? igo o vorlohwil~ on Fridny evening last, when ihMr. Coad (Iho temporlnllco loctulrer) delivered his w.ll.knowin lecture on " Hilly lray." T'1o eihorh ot the voirioueI IIhilrches amalgamalteld and tfoii ed one largo e choir, and fatvored I li adienco with ioiie •ol0tionlet of wellli-knowni telipornilolC songsI dlllring LheovQeninglllner-llio ablo lelidoirshilp or Cir. (liylon. The Iev. 1. lhiilton oeeniiied o.ireI a.c, II'Oltl~e ed Ihat ho Was rlo, tIlhll:.k Ill ,lo thie ti2ln'y Ijilts flien2ds for tIeiri hiilnd. Ilodsli tinui iing hint to ipoeI'le it thlat tl~it[ ilg. I to' trutl herd . Coed previously, (012111 heoar him1 again that 'donolinlg, l nod20 doubt, Wouhid hoar hint2 again at Ilux DIill ia low wo-i"o tIlqocg, Ito woaltl not dleltill them211 a1W' lou 1. lint. "nullll csill oin the ILtIIIeIr. Mrt. Wil I, ou iii tiug, was greeted wvithl en UtllJsIat .: nllplnuso. 'lll nll [u lolirit pDace Io wonutitn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lucy's Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

* Lucy's. Trial, "i I've brought home the young lady' ;boiiht., nis, p11.ase."nid 22hl Lucy Jelnnllgs. " hI, it's the millines's appresntico,.is it?" 'said itho iarlonri'-nanid. "Just stop into tho hnl2l,, ic 1 wunit a mllinutll. Mliss 31adison's owII 1mid iwill be do?"' direcctly. We'ro having qnite a stato of things 1psilirs8,I.lslot dded ( buslling 1'onlld to fasl?e uI'ip i woolly, wlhilo pobodle which hadli contrieed to snlap th Iinks of his gidcld chailini.- " Miss 3lali .o02 In11o 11ad a diamond ring stole. Alid thLy'vre ncllt for a ldeLctive 1un1a ' Mtiss 311disonl's uncle. Antd misses h111s had Ilysteris, 1111 the duoctor is 1there givin 11r drops ; ri"1 tl1o cook s1ays s1e won, stlay illn o, famlily iwhero til' servallnts is suspected." '"Donr, dear," said Ltucy, opening her bluo eyes as round as two marbles. Ad ias Iho 1prlolr-lnid hlurried ainiy 'liln swer to shrllill slnnnlons fromn above, Lucy loolked tiliicdly aronifl h1br. ::Silo was ahlays pleased to bo selt to Mrs.M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Robbery that was not a Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

A Robbery that was not i ii. a Robbery, Quitue , colnmillotiou ws onu.sd ill Ilox Hill I.1st wxjik throngh it ramonur, whli'u'i borll the solnblnlpuCpo, .triUl,(lof ;i. (I in'i rohbli'-Vy lvini beon cirei !itt!d. 'I'lie vrpoit originated in the cast end of ]Box Hill, whier nill the clilt resilde. Il n t nug-loolting little cottage, situnted on' tle crownl of a Ilill, there lives a charnning little wonian, who was oneo i widow, but who is now married to a fond dl mirer. A few dnys ago Mrs. - - hlad occasion to go out to Rse her friends, ind, as all fond mothers do, lshe took her childrone with her. \hln sihe caiio ack, she foundl tlhat the house had heen entered. IThe kitchen was covdredi' wil nth dii', tlio lontents of tho, kiAttle,;wliioh J!iltlA obpilnptieil on thli Iloor; isbono w"ean'i"l,: app.iirel was nlso missinl1, as well as thlre'. or four liounds in sterling gold. In diu time tlhe lleged iobbory w~\ reported to Sonior-Constable Lloyd, ndil, %\ith his usual discretion, lie ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Alexandra Theatre. "AS YOU LIKE IT." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

Alexandra Theatro. "A YOU 1 ?IK11 IT." Tlie Aloexanldri Theatiro woo crowdedl nlst Frlildy ovenlitng on the occaiion of tho itn. tIlt'liiton, lte ii t . ?ky ''iis nti tlt ila for tlte oplenting wnsvj. Ahtoyot tiko' it,", thtI th initiiuetiiimit eli'ioiliiiii.y t iu e ,cqn?, nd artlisticrlly. It wouldl be invidious to individialise tli'o elractrscl o n oi nlltd ill of Ithe copnllliy illed their parnti ihi a very lsprited ilinnleUr. ''l T chorus, \What 'llhll he Ihav who killed the deor,'". wtl Iocortled i well dlcrield .nioie. On tlheo iolu Mr. D)anlpier slhoilhl be w'ell pleased 'tluit lhis elTortl to pioplinriso Shaklleslleileo gfive overy pri'niIs of ,botlntllproc0ited lby?t thoe? ublio. " s \·o liku it "!will be rltepoetd this even. ing, nind o?vei Fi'tloy evoiullg Shnkilspe iianll plyi will be prolute d

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mont Albert Cricket Club. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

The Mont Alber -Cricket Club. IlE1'OlRT. The first scason of the above club .was brought to a close on the 4th April. " During tho year 18 matches had been played, of which 10 )vere wot, 5 lost, and 11 drawn. Twelvo lmantches °wero played on our. own grounllld, and 7 away tronl Surrey Hlills. llins-The club has scoredC 1119 runs, while015 runs o"erie cored against them. Soores?-The chief co?ntibutors to the club Canterbury lihe was not out " in both inninlgs although he wunlte firi first nc h obacnsion. !lis avernge is 12.. A. leach conies second, having 14lruns 'to his credit. 11l played in 1i1 matches, niid l chrried out his but twice. In the natchl ngninst the Union Jack he showed to his greatest advantage, uitking 24. in the first innings and 5 not out inl the sRcond, uldolbtedly winning tie lllmatch for the club. lis average is H. C. Fraser takes the trophy for the. highest individual score, which lie compiled by anything but good play inl tihe last matchl of the season. The sc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fatal Accident at the Box Hill Brick Works. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

Fatal Accident at the Box Hill Brick Woiks. It is our painfullduty to',dhronible another fital accident in the clay-hole attached to the 3ox IIill Brick Works, which occurred there durinig Wednes. day afternoon. The men were at work in the hole as usual, when a largo fall of earth took place. . All of the men, who acted with great presence of minid, mananed,. to.gotolear, with the exception of a'young nin named William Lenow, who slipped and full, and before ho could.r ise was buried beneath the falling debris. As soon as circmnstances would permit he was removed from his perilons position, and sent to the Molbout'rneu Iospital, but the injuries mwhich hlie lhad re= ceived were of such a serious nature. that he "expired on the way to that institution. Mr. -ring, the forocinmn of the clay-hole, had a very narrow escape. ad l ie been a moment litter in quitting the spot where hlie was standing lie, too, would have falloii a victim. The accident is attriliuted tib the late rains, which...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. BROWN 'S PIGGERY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

[ ?I. BIIO\Q\'NS I'IGOEltY, TO Tnt II:NDITOIa OF 'lllt aItPOaRTt?lII. Stu~l-I your aost week's issuo thereo ntp pirn'§ia letter Iroaril?[l . C. 1). Ilalli'bllb tl .isubaoot nbdvot.naeutfionid,. In whicihlio nt. tolllpts to criticiso anl inspection .of this pigt. gery:p adp, lby the uabeorsl olf lthao Contro' ridin. Your correspoaondent insilnuates that ia WiAL oill co(lrtesiy: Was 'sll'al' to Mr. Blrownl, aitl Ihalt theo replort salluajttold r ?ltO,?tlalatn IjawiidhngrCeoiiisl lon`6thij' sutbject sntah Iia Iaa+ tlo. Ilo commelllnces by oleclting himself to be judge and jury, although ho was not pro. sent.. nldl, tlas lno knowludgu of "what took pJaco, OxcepCt lly, hearsay, and tthat only ona oneo ide aIppIaraentlty, for ha?d he shItowIn meI thIocourtesy oIf oceking anlll xpallnalltio before utsill illlgy alllo so freely, I w\il do himil the justico of Iolevinlg his letter wouldt not lhatel beon writtenl . Ilo coumlaians of the limne our lisit wis lnail. Olf our ellltlring theIsI gri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

MI1S. (i, TAIT', ProfessionaIl lnsscusc, Surgiical andl Medical Ellectricinn and (GyIt. unst, rcconinended by the leiading medical practitionerls. of Melbournu and tiuuburbs (td whoam refercnca is inrmitted), is prepared to treat patients suffering from any of the following diseases aMd niliils d - lioTihin4 tisn--Chronic, iiabaout'o- tiild ?lslIlllcr1a Paralyssi-Agitant and Infalntilo; Itieinumtic (lout, Stiff ,Joiplts, Contraoled .'olidont, Illsonlinia;'ld 1' cll(d IN euralghlt;'ilil ' 'ollh' norvous nilmlents; Indigestion, Constipatloil Liver nidl Kidnoy )isorders, and Geneira, lDebility. Terms annl palrtionlhru on nappllie.' tion, either at Boudoir or llcsidence. Cun sultation Ilours q-.iMasnaagt UnOldqlr;"? i.lJ Collins-strct, oppdrilt So t .S B'. Oltriihl, 10.110 n.i1. to 2 pn.; ".legorin," Glenferrio-road north, ncnr Darker's.road, boefore 10 .a., mnd ( to 8 p.nh.-[AuvT.] At JOSEPI'I E]LLIS and SONS, 55 Flin. dora-lano .ast, (nalvanisod Iron, Plnaiii and Corrugated, at reduce...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

CARi.NEGT IE niud SONS, Of 57 ]lOUIlRII-STIlIIET and 117 ],LI ZAI.mTII-'TR111I 1''lT, Have OPENEIIM D C1?N'IIAL ISHOW .1001M at 210 Collins-street (next Mlullen's) whcre they havo a large and unillso stock of llrat class pianos, organs, mulsical boxes, et€, by all the leading We are solo agents for t Organs. Thcse splendidift)l 4'i' l surpassedl for purity of lone, do r -ilivy anl beauity of case. ll.?un, P.tm.on, Cnic;u, and 1En.1, .-STrma, . fronl?v?t1;to.to- 0-.:l-Asolraol agents for, ho,..narrellyus s, oih'|llsypn " ACeolian" O'rtysnY steh rend\l ise ly\ dance, classican, or sacred music, by nmerely using tl o-pednal;-- Also, solo agents for i'aillard and Co's. Our well known ' ltlg?nru ' pi an stal unrivalled for tone, hcanlty, and ilnish. They have actions. tiLh. apgfical,-,.ilanIrWllicýýtný.; '.l'lhey giro € UVl,*s'i,'ll ?t."itn ·rro ,a ndltb theo dlclight of all who hBelei .l1hl' i hilw? "F the best tnediuni'h?l" .it t ,l' i . a 6 imlported. Visitors and :intending .purlantl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

Pure Bread. Pure Bread. Pure Bread. F011 SW1EET AND) PL'l;E IlIlEA11) (o) tO G. Redman, Cantorbury Bakory, CANTERBURY ROAD, CANTERBURY, And at BURKI' ROAl), CAMllERWELL ' \'AltRANTED 1IIA. 1F'IOM ALUM,. )Delivered D)nily in Canterbury, Cnmberwell, .lalwyn, Surrey hills, Box 11111i. TItoeinly Milker in lthe Coliny of till IYG IEIC IH.OW1 " 1' 1311 B , s: reconimendedh by Iho lending London Medicnl Faeully"' 15 '.i'icnlo andlTeaParlios Catered for on the Shortest Notice. S?s Orders by Post Rleceivo Pronipt Allttelon. 1 ··· ? illiam . Bealre SADDLE & HARNESS MAKERD, White Horse Road, Box Hill. GIG, CARRIAGE and BUGGY IIAIINESS M1ADE TO ORIDER A Large Assortment of 1Portmninlenus, Blrief & Glndstono ]ngs on halnd. COLLARIS CAIEFULLTY FIITTED. WHIPS, IHIUSIIES, ]IUGS, &c. Second-hand Harness Bought, or Exchanged for Now. Blackburn Cash Store. -O---- Thomas Ladson (Late Brown amul llowley). Having Purchased the Business lately aenrried on by Messrs, ]liowx and Ronw...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

it very truo ono, that " at stitch in tinlo saves nine." Expurienco lhas proved this to be aI maxim tlat public bodlios oitght to mIakeo rulo to act upon, iand miany at pound ,that -liIasbeen., squalu i(dued would ]hiv?d ba~cIsi'a a d if tlis advico had 'boon followed. Wo aro opinion titit it would redound to tho crodit of tlio Nuitawading Council if they would put this precept into practico, and tthat.with at littlo delay ats possible. Early last year this Council let i to ndce' for considorable imnprovemioits to: Wliitblciori'-roahd, itn thi eontre of B ox Hill. The contract hias now been carried, ouat,'aiald hias been takoenover by ltho Coulncil. . Jln tliollow \\'WIorks whichl wro" carried oout ion this ihoroughBlfitre, wlitit are kt' 'tas " ak:dsli liavd been created., Tley yataro.tsituatedl -int thlo eon'tlro 'o.l'th ithiorodiglifitrd, tlio roitd watyo0u either ilit'oi l'iltbingbti formed attd metattlled. T?'his,,to fitr at-i goes,, ias iglit' '611 t01tgl tit'lld iotna10 'snsd...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The "Reporter" Trophy. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

The "Reporter" Trophy. A meeting was hold on Wednesday night at thellatlk, Box nlilli to close accounts in connection thorowithl Tho dolcgates in atteindlaco woro-Moesrs. W. Menader, J. Oornwoll,- Mnclaporoon,. 'YWalkori, Parry, Sm itllh nnd Toon . -7' "' , : - - Mr,. Parry was voted to the chair. The tlreasutrert roported at credit blltlco of .U2 18. (Id., which it w~at decidd 'to deivoto to a presenlttion. Tho socretary, Mr. J. Toon, read his report, which was as follow;: (ientlumnl,-I 11111 pleased to. meet you this evening to render my account of the past criolit season. Owing o o the generosity of MesCrs BIright aind Co., of tho JIRer.er Oflice, gret interest hlns buell nianifested in the distlict over tho clompetition for the trophy presentid by thiem. As a funrther in lutconill t Mr. W. N. Vnil colntriibuted a rnllillIIrTiAnp prize, liild thIe MessLs. Colemlln, of Jlox 1111il nd Siiurry Iills, caiil forwa:d with Li third priv.', which is highly aiitlsf?a tory. It is It soirce...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Gilmour Trophy. BOX HILL v. BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 April 1891

The. Gilmour Trophy. 1OX IIILL v. 1IUItWOOD. A meeting of the commlittee of the 11ox Ilill and lJrwood Cricket Clubas wasn hield last Monday night ntat the flank at lox. hlill to iake the final arinangonlents for the match to be played between thesoe clubs. The former were representlied by G. V. lInck birne (vice-president), C. lcid, T. Deck, W. alcader, B. l'aymi, C. Sutton, and Jno. Toon; whilst the latter sent Messrs. F. Mace, J. A. A. ace, IIrrey, Clarke, and Mlills. The cup presented by A. Gilmour, Esq., president of the norwoodl club, was on view, aind is crlaiuly a very IhandsoImo donation, and it wais decided to accept it as the trophiy for competilion, andlt that the heartiest thanlks of thoe llcceting he tenldered to, the donor for his liberality. It was decided thant the match coimmence next Saturday and beo played to a finish, the game to start at 2..45 p.m., and ibe continued until 5.1 p.mn. The namies of C. Suitoni, of llox iHill, and P. MaIrven, of DIurwoodl, wcer sub...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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