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BOX HILL FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

BOX HILL FOOTBALL CLUB. The local football club having dislbalnded for thie season, the Imembers celebrated the occasion by giving a cold dinner at the Treo porance IHall, BIox HIill, on Thursday nighlt. The catering was done in excellent style by Irs. Garrett, who from the careful manner in which she attendedc to the wants of those pIresent, gave entire satisfaction. All the nmembersr of the chlb were present, and air. 8. Gill was voted to the chair. After ample justico had been dono to the good things provided, theu chairman proposedt the health of the club, referring in oeulogistic terms to the numbor.t matuehou in which the club had been victorious during the seusson. The toast was drunk in a bumper, anld was re sponded to in an appnllropriate manner by the canptain, Mr. T. Johnson. -The remainder of tlheo evening was pe~nt ill a jovial and social mianner, and VwhLen tIhe gathering broke up, all .Opresent camo to the conclusion that a very pleasant ovenilg had boelo sp11nt.

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

u.cooQPcE BPlICHT, (Oc O liN 11 'IO IL) T l , I ) 1 .%5 . 7 EASTERN ARCADE, MEbBOURNE. "Lhr l ovo to lei qlllilt the (onory 0ll0 t.e PuI blo htt l iTeo o rlnd li1otll rO ll. lorn f o n nrI d DlhioloN0 wlthe tt the el gllS'St l'tln or tovn ilml. Uah?:ieR, Ir IoTOn'ia, 'r N.ils, al N o th esr Impcllur tll tl .0 h'o uo of I.too feet i luo Ve I. ll .olooi tIm l o-s ,oeiflo beforei Oll.l? li0. 10 nir. o I.lhl'0 rllo of tromllnrllt I. ca11e, pmloty, 1 rWl lholtl the lonaL lIOConit?ne1ereo 0r pnlln. IlIr. ol t .l . 111"00 . 1101 I. lt r lIO 'olryI ii ..r1or to IOO'l re col,tlhlotn o I .I hisw ow yw lill. y ito dllpruchltothabl fI otl ilo li or 1oo10 Ile Ioi l eOlOl y I fI.? l II1" loll O 11til IIbtOll 'I)irlll lol or OuyIItllt 0iII rt of tri 0(01 titiltlOll. reeololorl ; ier t t oli. i?r.]) 1 ?loittlt 11 Iti? .lotl o=lor 1.15..,l:, ,', 1.0 L1l~soo ?O 111 i&oo Ijoolt unldor tllO tcPo ol hroeiellellll rie ncllh l hlr, of lllgll I lte ltmnrly , ihy u ln Ish .tl,- thm. el s to tYh lU. ...

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

CANTERBURY. linolt onii oiw couNistiosIl'Nu Tr.] My last noteslo had special reference to the satisfactory prnigroan, Canter bury' waIs akingll , lanlld to thle very oellcouraging outlook that sOilloed to Iresent itself ill regard to its future prospects. The weatlher for theo mnost partl dluring thle last fow days llhas bool wat, cold, and uncoinfortablo, renhinding us that we are not yet out of the winter.o The freqiuent heavy rains luave also hlud the elIlfetl of brilnging into proainllonce nsolie of 08t(1 dlefoCts alnd olllissions liot )peclliar -to -.this district alone, lut to all now all1( sparsely-populated places--bad light. ing, defeotive drainage, nmuddy foot. paths, and badly-metalled roads. Those tllings nr in a measure for gotton under the infloence of bright, glilml, sunny weatheor, but aI few wot days bring out their worst features, and curses deep if not loud niao, I lun aft'aid, liheapeod upon tile healds of those, who are supposed to he r' sponsibl. fort tds: othl...

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

Special Advertisements. TEND)ERS. TWO.STORY lRICRK SHoP, SDoucaster, Mr.Richlard Serpoll, Brick, stone, and- sand supplied. G0' 1' ]3 lokbtire,, Airhiteot, Box Ilill. .. . ;, : ,', .. "Te'iiers slose 0th Sept.: ': SPlans ;thnd Specificationaw: at the ffico of thifs paiper, opposite the Box HIill Station. \LSLPEAN. CIIURICH, BOX 11LL. " ' ' S 'Pronehers for Next Siinday : Morning--,ov. W,. Eno BuroLow, c:Oomm orthiksha Mii eol jlicat. : .]1 0 X II IL L. . WHIITE IIOnSE lOAD, Opposito tlhe - White HIoriso 'Iotel. V 13. LOVEflING will SELL ....... : PULIC AUCTION, on the l]wemyses, at,1.,0 o'clock, cn WEDNSPS~Y, SEPTEnm31ER 11, A valuable lot of. trbcricas;, Irormon gary, Sowihg Machines, HorsesC liuggy, Spring Cart, Two Sets of larness, Milch Cow, and sundry ]lousehloMl Effcuts. Further particulars honm the Auetioneer, W, 13, LOVERING, , -Auctionecr, Nicholson's Chambers, Mellbo trne, and Surrey Hills. . RINGWOOD. WEDNESDAY,' SEPTEBIIIER 18, JONES, WARE & CO, IlLh heol their M...

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

BURTO& O~ KNOX, ES'TrAif.ISRIII, ) I 2. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, ]BURIVOO]D ROAD, I-[ATlI-T ORN, Highost Awards Molbourno Contonnial and Adelaido Exhibitionis. 3 First Awards and 1 Second.at tho lato National Carrilges, ]Juggioc, Phantons, Gigs, &c., in stock nuid built to ordur. R1i'hAIRIS AN1) IfIENOVATINU. (UAlAiTIERn ATlL WGO11K. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. i'll.LINEllY AND D1APER?l?Y .1 ESTAIliltmE3.1 T. STATION STnI~uT, ]3ox IhIL.I Thel T.adios ot lIox lill mld Nn'rroaidig Dislrijc~i nro.invitcd to call at N. ,o L, COLLING-S, As tiy thae on wlnd a Spllndid Asaortmcnt oa MdILIN?I?Y IN TiILE NE?W'IST STYLES. Also, Gllovs, Hosiery, Wools, Statioery., lnd Fuanc Goods. ""1 (.'rNT 1i0 (II.nIal .?I:rc1AIn'lY. I? Aspinall & McMurdie, IIOUtlS'1, LAND dl ) ItS'T'.ITTE .IGIR'TS, "N)INI:l OF STATION & RUTLAND STS. - BO)X HILL. LOCAL A(1INTS FOt I'ictoria It?sxxiritac C(,analmnly 1ialtlitd. .Vellaiitre I'ermanent IlthlrliU Sa.ielet1. .lhltual 1ife .(-ttlaan, ComiuajnU. ltd...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

LOCAL NEWS. --:o:-- At thl last mooting of thle loroondalr Council the following motion was carried : "That the collcctor furnish a return at next Inmeting, showing the amoult outstalnding on all lanes and privato streets whilch havu been forllned, anld slo tihe ainOlunt not yet con. tributed on account of streets ordured to be Imade." Tiho ' oroondara Council have under its coiilideorationi at tlio present time the adviiabiltyi of adopting a code of building .'rtli» LUt4lufnnilptl nartqet in .tltnl.,.s.lyV, At tile last meeting of tlhe Council, Cr. Bwoetnann gave notico that lie Intended to mlovo tlo following resolution at the next mceting:-" That the shire solicitor pre pare a byoe.-w, regulating tihe orection of buildings in Bllrke-road north, from lsation to Canltrbury-rund ; noutl, fromn slttion to liversdale.road. Prospect llill road as far as Forminalnghl, uand Catinberwell-road as far iin Iloweln-stroe. Hnirrey lills-Union.road, froun Canterbury.road to (ltildford-road." At...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1889

Gmi.vA credit is duo to the detectives who had charge of what has been styled the " lingwood Mystery." From what has been published from day to day our roaders are well aware of the fact that tle police had but a slendor tlhread to work upon, but from tih meagre And discounccted informa tiolnwhich they possessed they havg been able to unravel the mystery, and liave sheeted homo tile crimo to tile perpetrator of the deed, who has muade an open confession. From -tll first it appeared to almost overy one tlhat tile task which the detectives had to eorform was one wich tho y..,oiil novorbeo.able to solve.; utTrom tlhat peculiar 'instinct wllich tlhe memibers of tho. qltectivo force are said to pos, sess, they soom to have, got on tile scoit of, their victim, whichl they lol low?ed' up until their efforts ivore croiwned withi success. T'he ro has nevei boon a crime committed in these colonies In whlich tlhe public Ilave manifested such' pleasure at the appro honsion. of llthe offender as...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Adam and Evo and that Apple. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

Adam and Fvo and that Applo. Hlow many apples did Adam and lEvo eat? omeo say Eve 8, and Adami 2, a total of 10 only. Now we figure the thing diiTerently, I?vo 8, and Adami 8 also, total l1t.-ltetonu Journal. We think the above figures entirely wrong, If Eve 8, and Adam 8 2 eertaitly the total will be 90, scientific men, however, on the strength of the theory that the antediluvians were a race of giants, reason something like this, Eve 8 1, and Adam 8 2, total 113. (loucester Alrertler. . Wrong again I What could be clearer than that, if Eve 8 1, and Adai 8 1 2 the total was 891t.-.Larrente Aldertiser. If Eve 8 1 1st, and Adam 8 1 2, would not the total ibe 1,023.-lrtnn Jaournal. I believe the following to he the true solo. tion, Eve 8 1 .4 Adam and Adalm 8 1 2 I Eve. Total t138.-l'eritas,.= Still another calculnation. If Eves 1 .1 Adam, Adam 8 1 2 1 2 ohlige Eve, 82,1i0, We think this however, not a satlicient quantity, for though we admit that Evo 8 1 "1 ?A jtW- am-ifc ..1, t?1 2....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

A bcautiful light can now lie o witnessed at the buhiness houses of (IO. H. D])OElY, uinrroy Hiilhu. Finding his present prenisoes too small for tho first Gratdl Spring Hhow, ho hils had to tako (tomporarily) the, two large shops adjoining, whero he is now. ushowiung - the latest production in nrt and . fashion in tho shapo of ladies' and children's hats, flowors, latos, ribbons, ornaments, osah uleros, biegos, satoons, prints, aophyrs etc. Tho ilnestdi play-ovor soon in theo dis tri t.-(AUvT.)

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

r e lbwill bo hold nowt Monday ovening, the 10th inet., at the Recreation Hall, Surrey Hills, at 8 o'clock sharp. All members and intonding members aro re. quested to attend.

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. CAMBERWELL V. FERNSIDE. ANOTHER VICTORY FOR THE BOYS. TWO GOALS TO NIL. A ROUGH GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

SPORTING. -:o: F 0 0 T 13 AL L. C.AMis aEtW,,h Y. I"cnNsuo:,. ANOTIrnIIin VicTORiy von Tun IDovs. Two Go.ALs To Nxi. A Iloualit C.tum. On Saturday last the Camberwell playcd the Furnside on the ground of the former The day was all that. could desired fo( football, and the ground was 'in tflue order Owing to the bays having won six matches in tuccesasion they have gained the confidence of the betting fraternity, and last Saturday when the gamno started they were thi favorites. Their performanees of late have brought them into notority, and they havy well earned the nuccess which they hayt gained. The attendanco at the match lans Saturday was larger than on any previout occasion, and very great interest was mnaln feasted in it from the beginning to the end Their opponents are it club that goes in foi constant training, and as a conse?quence they are very fast, and have good staying powers which helped them considerablyon Saturday Tl'he boys, fronm the lkntwing smile upon thei: faces, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Cricket Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

Box Hill Cricket Club. -0- ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above club was held in the Recreation Ifall, Box Il[ill, on Friday evening, oth inst. There was a full attendanee. Mr. Mce'mler wats voted to the chair, and said he regrettedl tmhat the president could nbt attend to tako the chair. At the samne timeo ho -felt gritilled for the honor they had conferred upon him in elem.inlg him to Preside over the meeting, and hlie knew they would be able to get through the business in a very pleasant manner. lie calmiled upon the secretary, Mr. Toon, to read the minutes. Thu mtitinutes wore then read aind. coon ilrmed. Co Ii ii i 1ois NDitnie. A letter of apology was read from Mr. Ellingworthl, regrotting that he could not attend. The apology was accepted. I urotierTs. The treasurer, Mr. S. Aspinamll, read the annumal report, which showed that the club, after paying all liabilities, had ait credit balance of L:~ Os. 2d. The ro port was adopted. The secretary road his report as foll...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

TENNIS. The (eascoyne Club, of Malvern, one of the otrongest tennis clubs in the colony, soent a four to Blackburn on Saturday last to try conclusions with the local club, and saucceeded in adding another decided victory to their already long list. Their play was brilliant and fast, showing careful practice, which the local representatives evidently lacked. The results wcro-Fethcrs and IHughes (Gascoyne) beat Balfour and Camp. boll (Bilackburne) and Clarke and Cann (1llackburne), 18-14.; Price and Turnbull (Gascoyno) boat Clarke and Cann, 18-3, and Balfour and Campbell, 18-3. Totals G(aacoyno, 71; Blackburne, 21.

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JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

JOTTINGS. Lifo rolls alon. very hard with a gIood many omembers of the Itumian family. It is a true saying that onu-mil of the world does not luknow how the other half lives, and so it would scat fromn the variotus fasts that are almost danily cropping up, and wilt continuo to do so until wo ar'rive at the and of thi chapter. Only as Into as last week a youan mani whto had boon attacked by typhoid fever, and laid ip for nino weeks, was left in ai state of abjectc destitution. Whena heo .recovered from the disease ha found that his eyo. sight hadl beaen so affoected that, Ithe could :iot. carry oa; his former work, and in -consequncao ho was discharged. Though woneak front the leffects of his illness he had tried overywhleto to gut employment, but nto ono w;ould engagol hin. His friends of formor days turned their banoks upon him, antd declined to assist hilu. 410o had exhausted overy source in order to obtaia an honest livelihood aud had failed, wheat, in ti ttoatit of extremity, 11...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

RINGWOOD. - :o: (mFIOIl OUR OWN CUItIIiSPONI NT.] A variety entortainoent was held in the Ringwood Hall last Friday oven. ing in aid of the widow of the into G. l1earn, who was killed at the lMetro. politan Brick WVorks, Mitcham, a short time bank. The attendanco was vory lblý ý1n 1i lll t t ýI ~wb bl a ý4o5 es'odtit eel The first part of the ovening was taken uip by the minstrel troupe, who mnatdo a very creditable appearance coilsidor ing they were amateours. The per fornumance commenced by the overture, " Qui Vivo," rendered by the company, followed by songs by the following gon tlnen :-G. I.'Jumnor, A. Richards, C. Whitburn (very well sung), P. M'Dl)onell, S. 1[andforthl (song and dajeeo), which would have done credit to a professional, and had to respond to an ouncoro, W. D)avoy, W\V. Freebatirn (who sang, " I'11 take you back to Kathleen" excellently; this gentle man possesses ai nice silvery tonor voico, and used it to the best advan tago), and J. Plummeor. The first part was...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Council. MONDAY, 9TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Councoil. MoNDAcy, t)Tn Smitar tusu.., Prese?ait-Cr. licks (President) in the chair, and Cr,. 'T'ylor, .1lay,. 3alig. Glayton, Stweetntun, Ilrain, Dillon, und \-etar. Siatuuas .A 1 .er ' On a thie motion of Crs. Day and Malij"g a rate of 1 s. in the pound was struck. The tsecretary read at statement shtowitng the income of the council for the year to bo £.1t,014. Itis.G 5d., and the expeaditltire, .00125. Coaurslro.xu?l:ic." From W. C. Taylor, of lilwvyn, ask ing tJhe counnil to take over and form ai street in Dlliyn, is the residentsi were willing to pay their share. Agreed to upon ustual conditioins. .From, Mr. George, tnight.soil con. traetor, avislhing to li0 in for?ied how the night-soil could he isposed of without, oreating a ulisancde, and stating that thero was no piaro in Nunatawading whero it could be deposited, ]lefurred to the secretary for roiport. Front 1). N. Morgan, complainitig ofl the water which flowed into his right-of way at lthie rear o...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Surrey Hills Private Quadrille Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

Surrey Hills Privato Qitadrillo Club. A Plain and Fancy Dross ]3all was hold in connection with tho abovo, in. the Rocreation Ihall, hist Thursday ovening:. Tho hall was nicely decor. ated for the oooasion with flags, ferns, evergroons, &a.. and proiinted at splon. dhid appearance. The conunmmittee are to be congratulated on the success of the ball, wliihl iwas-Tvdry' largely attended, and the indefatigablo score tarv, Mr. Fogarty, together with the M.C., Mr. W. 13. Lovering, spared no pains to make it a succoss, and they are worthy of praise for their labours. Visitors from Williamstown, Brighton; hawthorn and elsewhere wore preseont, and thoroughly enjoyed thomsolvos. Several prominent gentlemen, viz,, Crs. Morton, Cooko and Rawlings (Nunawading) and Swootnam (Bob roondara), wero present. The following is a description of some of the charactors: Mrs. Morton " Lady of the 18th cont ury," Miss Morton ''"G recian Costume," Miss Smith " Peasant Girl," Mrs. P. B13. Cooke " Ambu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Under this heading is inseted, free of territhei~hstPimm~yisinfulnA'*'II1'lý..9th'Y,.Rik?° is requested to communiicate lit the loffice, Xrchitect- G. V. llihckburne, Box Hill. Inctioneers lhradley and Curtain, B.itchnain. lIakers J. A. Ilowie, Station-street, IBox Htill. A. l,awson, WVhite horse lRoad, Ilox Ilill. Mrs. Tobias, W\hito 1 [orse lond, lBialwyn. links English, Scottish and Australian Chartered iank. Melbourne Savings Bank, John Alsop, Actuary. lees' Supply Comnpany l,. T. Chambers, Franklin Street, Melb. liscuit Manuufacturer- - Swallow niat Arlell, Port Melbourne. Ilacksmiths anti Wheelwrights Victor liergotan, Canterbury-road, Blox Hill. A. (lennie, White llorseo.roand, inox Hill. C. Sutton, White fHorse poad, Blox Hill. Iloardinghouso A. T. Lewis, Canterbury lid., Surrey dills. Iookseller C. E. lllingworth, Main Ii oad, Box Hill. lriiscofunders John hanks and Son, Blourke-st., Melb. ]rick Works W\V. C. Tayler, Mont Albert toad, linlwyn. builde...

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BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. (Before Messrs. Garside and Weatherly, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

BOX HILL .POLICE COURT. aNDA,'v, Su'rrusoan ti. (llefore Messrs. Garside and WYeatherly, , , s.P.) (raham.Dunn, for allowing two horses ti? wander in the streets of lBox H[ill was fined 20s. ,The Doncaster police proceeded against I ,i i . '..nU, sor nt aR 'ing lisi child Vaccinated, and he was fined los. Wil. late, for allowing three heand of cattle to roalt at Ilargo in tho vicinity of D)oncaster, was fined 20s per head, and Ra costs. This being the third time the defendant was before the court on the same chargte the bentch gave him a sevoere lectuire, and stated that (thie inem would doubled if hlie again appeared before their -worsuhips. Chats. Da)is, for allowing two head of cattle to wander at Doncister, was Ilined Ss per head andi (iIs tid costs. Phillip Mley was charged with insult. ing bliehaviour at Surrey Hills on the 21st August, was fined 20s. in default three days. atiiy'i .. . Charles Pete'rsoni, insulting behaviour at same place, was ihuned los, or 48 hours. Win. G....

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Congregational Sunday School, Surrey Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

Congrogationaf Sunday School, Surrey Hills. The anniversary of the. abovo Sunday school was celebrated on Sundiy and Moet day last. Sermons woere preached on Sunday by the Rev. Alfred Jones and the lev. (Geo. Williams. The tea and public moeoting was heold on Monday ovening. A large gathering assemonbled at the tea. The tabloe wore pre. sidsd over by Mllesdauntos Mair, Nicholson, Warland, Blood, Malitig, Swan, and Itather ington, and - the Misss; Muir, SHcales, and Davies. At the public nmoetint the .Iev. ,. Mair occupoied the chair. Mr. Wuarlaid, the seoretary, road the report, which showed that notwlthatanding the Wtesleyan, lPresbyterian, and Disciplet of Christ hal all eninttenced Sunday selhool in the ditricit, and had eah taken ai certaiin inwblie of schelar- away, thils hadbIen tIhe imiot mllces,sfull )ear sinece the comnltnneinlt 1of the Sndaly schoonl. Thie superiltiulcnt, I r. .T. Nicha:vih ,il said that lie had acde nuiriel' is; to the proporti'n olitf childrin aiitleindi...

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