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THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1889

THE INQUEST. loThe District Clorotlrl, Mr. Candlr,' hold anl ilqu~catl al, tie Chili Intatl, llintgwood, onl Mondhiy, (iin lith lKttttly it a titan WhO hail hln lolllltl ill lChalnlller' paddlto?k, oil Wedl ttoealnay, thu 2.ltt int., and who lai hlawn i.lcntiflold al? that of l'oiItr Jas. Slhurlock, an elninllllrilln ghll lluht.IanII. 'T'hle tollowinig uvi'hhno watt takh n i-i Jo~ellh WilngrovLe dlepoedl Il two i- a laborer, retiildig ut itLLe Rilligwoil, hritk yatrdI. Ott Wotldnsluday, 2lat illnt., hle fllid thu body of tltensedl when ho wtas out hotiniuo ii, alttit the ianltllellong Greek, in ait padlock kitowll naI "*Cllanllbu'" Pidduldo k." I C wan by hhi.' ulf nat the thie and nttihing: toitti liliaus his iog ran ti up alld was tltellilig rounlld thelll, when Ioh went tilp itltld aw a foot irOI juctillng horn the luranlloches. 1I itadtle a clonor illtlpction, wChen I e discoveretd tilhe bodly of a uinant cointcall tlll iulr' tthe bIstthun. 11 lieilod tIul blulh of teo ilta'sl l...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1889

SURREY HILLS PROGRESS ' ABSBOOIIATION. A ilioutiig of the abhvo A. jociltion wan r hld ill the hiecratmIn Hall, Nur.ry 110lh, on I'huriday 'venlng, thu Prisihht, Mr. C. •t t1tl)owall, lining in the iltair. Ther wan it fair itttendi~anlce, and it large amount lo lbusi. intn wn, tritnuatctd in a autitsiauctoury illiiinnr. Af ter hu litintitt l Int ioen confirmeol the fohllow?iig ttenitr were denlt with: - A motion stndllinlg in the cMlne ot Mr. 'IT. O?tinrio wat dicusinoi d at lul:gthl. The inotioll w Ls ito thi etfect that tlhe Antocination was jiustillod in dealing with local political tiiittutu. The niover ot the Iotionii was1 not ltenillt, hlt al ltller iwa relhl (tro1 thlilll Otatinit; that In hij opition the ,\.n.cittini was justilied in diiielninig atd dealing with uattors of Ia political nature. On the motion of Mlonsr. Itawlinlgi and Unlderwoodl the liutter was received, anld thu lllthirmlntll rulul thLat? lo clneulllnlinintion roceivul frontl aIr. Ctlrrio wsti eilivahlent to...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RAILWAY LINE BLOCKED. AN ENGINE DISABLED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1889

THIE RAILWAY LINE BLOCKED. AN EN(llNFS ll8A~lilD. A milchatp ococ'rucd to onl ol Lthlu ongicau nl tinhold to thu rtutrn cnid-day train from Icilly dalo yutorelday. Thu train loIft lox Itill at 11 acn. for lillydalu, mil on thu ruturn journoy wIUhn lhu got tas ar as Croydloll sollmchcinlllg wonL wrono with tho enugine. Fortutllnatly a I ngutaro train al Oalo Ilongt it thu Ltimo, allcd theo olcinco \wa takOll oT it clnd attllcohod to thu Ilosenllor trinlc, whloll it w brouglht on to liox 11. In oollusoqenoco of the Ilnu hollu Ihlockud thu Lillydal trcin, whlohi luavjos M[ulbourno at 12.10 wac do. Iainut at c ot Hlill for halt ccn Ihour. Thc disableud cunlou wac Rlftorwardc broucht-.icto Iox lill icttd plcuc in ticu good shtcd whuru it ic unduroinc a thlorocgli-overhaul,. An ungtio to roplacu thco disablud Ollo cunclou out frolll coulborlllo clurlillg thco clftorncocn.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1889

Special Advertiscmen._t . T VN1D)ERS. ""Doncaster, M~r. llichau'd Serptell, lIrick, stone, and sand supplied. G. V. Ilackbunlw, Architect, Box Hlill. 'T'enders close 0th Sept. Plans and Spcecifications at the office of thfs pa!cr, opposite the Box Ilill Station. MI IT C II'\ AM. TITURSDAY, S,-PTEMBER hi. BRADTLEY AND CURTAIN will hold their usual Monthly Sale, at IBengin's Hlotel, of C'attle, I lor?,, Pigs. Poultry, Fur niture, &c., &e., including- 12 Cows in foil urohit, with Calves 10 head Young C'nttle lorsoes, Pigs, Poultry, Snadles, and Entries reecived on day of rsale. Further particunl r. from thie nur tionecr~., Bradley a:nd Curtain, Quten str,'et, Melbourne, IHlmmwthon and Mitcluuan., $,SLE YAN C UlRCI, BOX -IHILL. Preachers for Next Sunday : Morning-Mr. T. Lmnou. IEening-Rev. W. E. h.om?n.ow. SDcial Address to Young Men and Young W.omen in lthe Evening. \VESLEYAN CIIURCH, JIGO HILL. REVB\. W. 1" ;ltO?'ILOW' Will deliver a Lecture on S - ' FIJI," At the Ahov...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1889

BURTON AND KNbX, IS'i'AII.I Sil 1 ,. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, D3UN\VOOD INOAI-, 'I-,\AVTI-It.N. .- ..', 1,,(GilS Ti AW'l,.DS .11EJ.IAOUltN-I C NT?'I.,NIAl . AND .\A?,l\All1I~ - ~ `''·I1'O;ii .77 , CurIriiagJ , gil1 ugi, 1lugtons, P Gigs, &c., in stock annd bunilt, to order. IPA ANIDESIGNS SUBMITATED. A O. . ~DE-SIGNS SUBMITTED. llI hIh lllY AND II 1AIIIY 1l . ES'TA Iol ?laMill.1N T, STATIO STI'rI.:wNT, IhOx ]Ilhhh.. Tho Laliiv of lox Ilill and SrroundII g IIII Districls j i e invlited to call iat N. & L. CO1,LINGS, As thi hlnvi on Ihandl a 8plrnlid Aasortnlltl of .1IIl..N?IY IN T'iE NIV~tt'iT STPl.iSB. Also, Olowliem, Iloniry, Wool, Snl atioiwry, and allcy (looda. s.: (uNtrdi KRI (lhOVio "t A $i'-vcia.urrv. *,,; Aspinall & McMlurdie, ]lOUSE, I,.YD <: EST:IT .IGE.TS, STATION & RUTLAND STS. BE X H ILL. .OCUAI. AtIENT''S FOIl- I'fictoria Inawranhce Unmpany~l Li.idto I. .)Mellbourue P'rm r ent lur ildinig Sr. ity. .llutut l J.(t' .iurancu ,C L' ." U ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NUNAWADING LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1889

THI? INU'NAWAD1NG IOAN, Ir is our pleasii.g u?ttyt t'o congratulatLo the Nunnawading Council upon the sucocssful iloatingi of a loan of .£21i,000O . Thoe Council 'has worked hard to get thius money, and we fool quito certain that if theo rate payor.3 wero awareo of the trouble ,vlhich each individual nmember of the Coun cil hlns been put to in bringing the loan to a' succel:ful issue, thecy woulld fool grateful to thlle Council for what it has doine on: thelir behalf. 1)ays and mlonths thave ,oLcn spout by thelo Council in taking the proliminary steps which h:aveo ld to the final succoss of the undertaking. For a long timeo past ,tlmo ratepaycr lhave\o boolln calling ·uipon Ithie Couioil to dov\'oto more attoention to the mllihi roadil, to nmake now ones, asphalt foot pa'ths, and to carmy out one hundred anlld ono "inlprovemlolts whch oi:ll 'bldi bei usoful to tihe Shire. The Council recognisod thie validity of those claimse, and so ftr as it, was able has en deivored to moot themn....

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IS THE WORLD GROWING BETTER? [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1889

IS THIE W'ORLD GROW\INC lE'TTER ? Wnlo can answer this question ? Ci in tlh philosopher ? Can tltc, sclen.. tific man, who is supposed to bo aloe to give a reason for overything lhe believes? ('Cn the moralist ? Can the minister of religion ? If they cannot, then we should like to know who clan. We are told on the authority of tih inspirud historian that the antudilivinn world wasl desAtroyd on llecounlt of it wickednes.. That firo ain brimstone descended froml heirivcn;l d consulncd the Cities of the Plaili, ibe-.aiuse ten righteouis mlen could not be found in tlodom and (Gomiorrah. And the samel ftuto musit have ovortaken ltahlylon, which was also noted for its iniqluity, Sillic thllt tieo it is very queistiolnablo if tllh world lhas got liny better. All sorts of heinous crines have been com. mitted, which iro of such a diabolical nature us to mnila ono's hair stalnd on end like quills upon the fretful porcu pine. In this eliglitened ninetocllth century wlien education is the conm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

wavimrisa""IorREWAYI'Ut Under this heading is Insortod, freo or charge, the 1liue 114 1nd ad?dres of evOery o11e adlvlrtisilng regularly in our conlulns. A1ny alverticer wlhoc. IronIUI1 nly hvoe I-1n nlmitted is reqtlested to coninunirentO t the otlice. Architcet- U. V. Illaekburne, Boux Hltl. Ahcetioneers Ilradliy and Curtanil, Mitelmcm. iliker, .1. A. lnwi. St8nti,-1strcth lIox 11111. A. 1,aw1on, WVhit,, lh14o 1tond, ltox Hiu1. Mrs. 'rohias, Wuite I lur4e Io1d, Itahwyn. IankR- Enlhirh, Scottish Rand Australian Clhrtered thank. Melbourno Ravingi Unk, John1 Alsop, Auclnry. lmees' upplllY Canpanlly- ., T'. ChUm',bers, FranIli,, Street, Mclb. Ilincelt Ma1nuffacturer Swallow anid Ariill, Port Melbourno. lulacksmith and Whrolwrillht- C. Sutton, White Hlorseo lRoad, Iox 11111. lonardinghous-- A. T. Lewis, Cantlorbu?y 11., Surrey Hills. Ilooklmller O. l5. l~ilinworth, Main iloadr, ox Hlill. l1ralsfoOlulders Jolh lDanks and 8on1, llou'ko.st., Melb. |hrick WVorks- W C. Tayler, M10ont Albert...

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THE STORY-TELLER. "FLOATING A LOAN." CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

THEI STORY-TELLER. ,, I.'I.(l.I'I.G A I...I.V." Cus.rca V. At thin tine the nmsi've form of 1Uh llillington niower crsei d the exeited mnlld of tile playwright. 1 scoencd nto be moving in a plenIsantl dreamn, and could only gaveo spell. bound upon the lstage, wraplped p in the inovelments of the playe"rs, and the finanlcer, with cverythilg concerning hillt, was entirely absent from his thoughts., But a critical period had arrived in the fortuLnes of the play. Thlle second act did not quito eit the watchful naudionce, and the close of the act was somlewhat eoldly r eeived. T''here were a few cries of " Author" froni the curions or the interested, ult these wora quickly qinieted. It was felt that this recond act was hardly worthy ol tlhel inmlorltll lhrigg, not to epeak of the seraphlia DIigg. Felix ex periencei a queer Cheart.sinkiiig, and onighti his retired chair once more, toe nervous to mix witllh the critical crowd lagin. Suddenly he loll a heavy handl-on his shollelr, anld tarl...

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THE TEN TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

*TIlE TEWV TIIAVE~LF~RS. Ten weary, footsor travollerw, All in a woful 'pllght, Sought shelter at a waysido it, One ddrk and storilyinighlt. - "Nine rooms, no more," the landlord said, " IHave I to offer you; To each of eigihta single bed, U[t the ninuth must serve for two." A din arose. 'Tho troubled host Could only scratch his lhe'ld, For of lioso'tired mene no two Would ocqupy qoe Iaed. . ' The puzaled host was soon at easo 1ie was n alover man, Altd so to pleaso his guests dovisedl This miost ingqlnious plani : AI I lI' I Ii j ' HI L in riooim marked A two men wereo placod, 'IThe third was lodged iin B. The fourth to C was thenu assigned, The fifth retired to I). In E the sixth he tucked away, Ill F the seventh lmllan, 'the eighth anl ninth in (i an(l H, And then to A he rian. Whcrein the host, Its I have said, Ilt( laidl ttwo travellers by; Then taikilltg oteo, tihe teith and last, Ito lotdlgod himt safe in 1. Ninn shinglo roolmls, a roulti ftr elchli, Were lllale i to serve fo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

STENNIS. A return Match was played between the Surrey HIIills and lIlackburn Clubs onSaturday last on the privato courts of Messrs. S. Cooko and Tarrant, Surrey HIills, and resulted in a victory for Surrey HIills by 2 gjiimes-theo scores being{ Cooke and Tarrant (Surrey Hills) lost to alfolbur and Clarke (Blackburn) 0 to 18, and lost to Monk. house tind Campbell (Blackburn) 10 to 14; Manwell and Pratt (Surrey Hills) boat Monkhouso and Campbell (Black burn) 12 to 4, and Balfour and Clarke (Blackburn) 18 to 8. Total, Surrey IIills 416 games; Blaeklirni 44 games. The players and a numniber of the guests were entdrtahined'by Mrs. Sidney Cooke in tlhe.evoning.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

A beautifo sight canl nlow bu witnlvssud at tho business houswa of G(.O. H. DOE1tY, 1Hurroy Hills. Finding his present premios"e too small for the irnt (h'and Sprihg Show, 1h hlas hado o take (temporarily) the two largo shops adjoiinng, wlhre he na low showing the latest produ:tion il art alnd fashion ill thie shape o, f ladis:' and children's hatIn?, Ilower, laces, lribbons, ornamllents, cash Iorem, bicogcs, atees, llprints, ,auphyrsl , to. The firest d(is lay Over scn-in the dist. crict.-(AvvT.)

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FOOTBALL. CAMBERWELL V. ST. KILDA ESPLANADE. ANOTHER EASY VICTORY. TWO GOALS TO NONE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

FOOTBALL, -- -...iot--- . CiuAiuoiisWr,rh V-, ST. lKri[,L 1.'?t'(hANAOO?, ANoT-rin E?\sY VIlTonY, "' Two Go.Ls To NOSvi, Off'S'turinday lIit the Cainberwdll team of footballers journeyed, to St., Kilda, when they were bronght into contact with the St. Kild-a Tplan. adors, a club wlhich is scconJ on thu list for the junior -proemibirship. Tho day was a most unpleasant one finr open air amuslolment of any kind. It wIls wot over oheadl, aindil daip nindler foot, consequently there were very lifew spectators. The ground on which the match was "played is a mosRt iilneven one, in some places the water was several inches in depth, and( on other parts of the groundl there wore slight excavations,,down which the players used to fill in a heap. Befora the game commoncd it wdi plajply visable that the l8splanadera Ihnedt~blley9:wdIni8'it vo1'wgba'49awb to spare; but the result was indice tiveof the factLo that they had reckoned witlhout their host. They arc, never. theolcs a 'good team, which ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Council. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. . -:0: Boroondaria Council. WYsxaa.otD , A?otrT 28. A Illeenltig of tile above eolucil iwts held in' the shiro hall on W\'edlesdtay last, atllendedlcl by the following coun cillors, viz.:--OrCi. llela (prroidntl), Sweetnal , Diy, Maling, .lillot, lI'nitt, Vrear, and Clttyton. M1r. A. Wilson, tile rhir'o vnalhir, pro seated his rporlt, whlirh showed Itha llt the gross valuation of (1the rateable proi)L'erty ilillOtllleod to £;,013,5.U), tlet annlunil vlue., £150,077,, thie incomne from whichl alt 1the rate of Is, in tlh pololllull lmunolllted to £78'3 17e.; i pouhl.tion ' .1016, alind thtrr wero 10t4)0 resitldecllee. 'I'The vihution .was eonlfirmied on lthe iltotion of Crc. Sweohtnilanit aid Day'. Ot Mhondayi Sjept. Ut; ltho 'oiunuil will Illeet and strilko t rate of Is. in thii plonlltd. :? A' ltiier was reeeited fromlll the Crowli raw Deiutrttentlii, sIaitintjg tha lt Ithi itanto of Cr. 'hotntis Swtotnie itn 'l1d been ill elided hil hto lisl of gilentleliien recolnt c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

MITCH AM. [FRiM OnRn) OWN COIRIIE5I'()X)INNT.] The Corporation lhas at last maide a Imove in eroecting the street lamps, though to mynminl they are too close together, and will threrfore not be of much use to the place. Wheun tihe Council wore about it they might have pot up a few more lahmps in places where they are urgently reujiiired. 'Phi people are always crying out about the muldy state of the struoeets. The residents are of opinion that they shlouhi be better attended to. Don. caster Road is in a dreadful condlition, s(w~ul 'uwIssauWaetMMI seanAsUDAU ~4IViUa will tlake place. All the brick works are in active operation at present. Oiders for 'liioksl I are toeeming in from all dlirections, andl the managers find that their machinery is taxed to its utmuost capacity at the present time, Thelse brick works are theu life of the place, and I do niot know what we sholould do without them. 'Thel residents hero are riiot at all pleased at the manner in which the Conmmnissioner of Po...

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Nunawading Council. MONDAY, 3RD SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

.Thniawading Co0nicil. --:0:- 3Mo.vi,.v, 3ao Scieuruse. P'resent-Cr. Itllaughton, (President) in tihe chair, and Urs. i{iwl ings, i oadiley, Me.Lrthur, Cooke, liishop, Morton, Pep perill, attd Ellingworth. CO E I 'ON lN1CH It. lro1n tilhe. 1ern Tree Gully shllire re lie bridge overL the I;llltdenlt cretek oli ilurwotnod ro:il, rlCqustilg tlihe council to toke.11 netion until they recei',ed ai uther collIilllllienltiolln 'iman thIe F(ernIL Tree Guily shlire coulncil. The seeretary, said thle slll of ..C~2o) .hllti brtel plllctet on the es!innlclt 'for tile building of that bridge. Iieceived. . . Fron the Water Supply J)epalrtinent stating that it water supply for .fitchitn, ''hichl is oullsiio thle lietrollitan 'rladius, sllolld be dealti wilth. by a watnler trlus; unid thatl it .wsa thllerifore prematlnlireoto agitate for a' reservoir at that place. 'L'The ilrolllise nuIIUle to the deputation eon the 3rl July was that, a stand pipe sloullu be creelted if ijJe levels wol.li lIermIit....

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RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

RINGWOOD. ---:O:--- I'FaOM UIi W\5' COlIeiEz'O.INDNT.) Theo residents in this district have booeen making vigorous efforts towards making tlhi benefit ontortainnment, on boehllfl of Mrs. Hearn, a great success. The uentertainment was to have taken place on the 23rd of August, but hadl to beO postponed, and will'consequently takoplaoco to-morrow evening in the Rlingwood hall, kindly lent for tlhat purpose ly Mr. Wiggins. There will be a varity ontertainment b)y the Rlingwood Alnnatour Minstrel Troupo, and Mr. Wiggins will give "'The Wonders of Mlocha," as given beOfore Sir Georgoe Gray ill Neow Zealand. In many respects Ringwood is in advance of Box Hill or Surrey Hills. Weo have a very nice statiomnaster's house, and he station which is being erected is of brick, which will be tile first brick station this side of Camber well. 'iThe anniversary of the Wesleyan Church was clolrated on Sunday, and the toea and public mooeting wore hold on 'lTuesday evening. There was a very large atte...

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT CANTERBURY. INQUEST ON M'INERNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

FATAL ACCIDENT AT CAN. TEIRBURY. INQUE$T ON MI.NERlNEY. An inquest was hold at the Melbourno lidospital by Dr. Youl on the body of a man Ilitrei',Jlait is 'MhIlrnqo, v, who recelved fatal injurelos by being raln over by n Iritin at Can torbury on Wednesday nlighllt, 5th August, Theu lirst witnaess called wis Joseph lweenoy, gatekeeper at tholu?.i ' bury statlion, who stated that tlhe crossing at which the ialln let hlil death waits a level one, without locking gates. On tht oevening of the accident, Lat aIlf- las t live, witness saw the deceased at tie end of the gate hlouso. When wltnisa firot saw him Ih was rllnnilng towards thle line. A train va. diue about that timeli , lid l witellici hllld tile gates closed agiinot tralllc. The ilceasetd waso on the line Vwhlna tIhe tiral.i wa cominig towards himu. Wittness called out to him, tllsl waved Ilis hand. Tile deceased l \evidently saw tie train coiaiing. lie t 'rned round inld lioked towavrds it. Witnills then lost sight of hli, and...

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LECTURE ON FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

LECTURE ON::FIJI.' A lecture was delivered on the above sub. ject in the Wesleynn Church, lIox Hlill, by the 1Rov. W. E. l'romllow, on Thursday eveninig las. There was a good attendance. Mr. T. Vasey, of Hawthorn, oecupied the chair. The lecturer said it was over ten years since hoe landed in Fiji. Hlis mission was not to induce people to give up eanlnabalsm, for that work had been done by tile Inoble men wlho proeceded him. Iis mission was to chiefs and others to try and pursuade themi to give up drunkenneoss, inmorality, and Sabbath-breaking. Altllough the Fijians had been induced to give up caunnabilism, there were abundant evidences in the Islands of the savage condition ill which the first missionaries found the people. -Th?o lecturer himself had bapltised childreun out of a font made fromt a stone which had originally I?bn used for dashing out people's brains, lie Ihad heard many stories when in Fiji of the dangers which the first missionaries hIad olcountered, and hIad oftenl...

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SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

SURREY HILLS. -o: [(IIOM OUII OW1V COIiIS1'PONIYliNiST. 'The gloriouns dvont of spring is cauuing our storekeepors to look for ward to better tiales, a1d1 the land agents are also rejoicing becauso they know that with the al~pro:lchl of warmur days more logitimato busijiess: will be 1done. I am glad to soo tlhat theo lloroon. dua C:onllllci has roads a start to Ipllnd thie 1loan money. As the Nuna. wnalding Council h1s also soulIred its loan11 tlhalt botldy shoul at )on1t proceed to 1make and1 cihan1l Cllanterbulry-road. This work is badly requiredLL as there is a largo amoun1111t of trnllio on0 the "oad. A social oitilng was Ild ltast Th'rllriday oVOlillg inll thu Conllgrega tillial Clhurch, n11d' was"Il'lgegly lttoeled,, ill falt, thu church was crowdedltl. Those mOLeetings ar1 1ild Ilonthlly, an1d ar10 ecolminlg very poplr .ho Thu ladioes of tllo churchl arrangeud tIl: gathelring, and \was v'ry successful illn eltrilg a gIoodl e:\'oning's entertainmuet. Tho Ilov. .1 Matir ably li...

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