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Loved Not Wisely. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

Loved Not Wisely. Tihe following story is related by the Now York correspondent of the ,San Franuuceisco *hranicle ;-The pe culiar and perplexing mnatrimonial antd businhes cotuplications of John iBonnett, of Spottawood, Middlesex county, N.J., are attracting a great deal of .attention. Blennett acquired a cotmpetonce as a wheolwright in Philadelphia, and has been running a roadside hinn between Rthode Hall and Jamesbltrg. Three years ago Bennett married a young Irish girl at Phila. dolphin. Bennett soon became enamored of Miss Cornelia Ilulltish, a pretty blonde living at Trenton, Lecame dissatisfied with his wife, and offered her a large sunt to leave him. She reluctantly consented, and, upon receiving a autm of 1500 doul., returned to .Phidladelphia, and snbsequently sailed for her home in Ireland. - Bennett renewed his attentions to Miss lulltishl. lie lavished jpreseonts ujon her with a liberal luutd. lie gave her diamonds and other jewels, and finally the day was oset for the ...

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

THE RINGWOOD TRAGEDY. -0 r , ADJO RJlNE],D I~NQUE'ST. The adjourned coronial inquiry into the cirncumstanees attending the death of I'uter Jas. Sherlock, a civil engineer, was ean* tinued on Tuesday, 10th September, at Ring wood, before the district coroner, Mr. _Candler. Mr. Walsh appeared to conduct the case on behalf of thie Crown, and Mr. 1orlongo, instructed by.Mr. Sidney leid, re presented the accused. The prisoner, Robert Landelis, appeared "in iscitody, and did not seem much agitated 'by the serious proceedings which were about to take place. Mr. Welalh statel that since the aljonrn. uenit of the inquest Robert Luandolhl had been arrested for the crime. A letter had hoen received front his mother, who stated that the deceasedl was unauted Peter Joseph Sherlock. The evidence of the witnesses who hadt previously given their evidence was read over by, the coroner. WtanxuDan?Iv, STrr?Iui:a 11. The adjourned inquest onil the body of Peoter J. Sherlock was continued on Wedl? s. da...

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

A French Sentinlol. During one of Napoleon's remntarkable cantm. paigns, a detachment of a corps commanded by Davoust ocoupied the Isle lugen, which they were orderod to evacuate. They em barked with such precipitation that they forgot one of their sentinels posted in a roe tired spot, and who was so deeply absorbed in the perusal of a newspaper as to be total ly unconscious of their departure. After pacing to and fro for many hours upon his post, he lost patience, and returned to the guanrdroom, which he found emplty. On in squiry he learned with despair what had hap. pened, and criod: "Alas! alas I I shall he looked upon as a dcserter-dishonourcd, unhappy wretch that I atll 1" His lamentation excited the comlpassion of a worthy tradesinman, who took hini to his house, did all in his power to console him, taught him to make bread, for hlie was a baker -and, after some months, gave him his only daughter in marriage. Five years afterward, a strange sail was seen to approach the islan...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

SURREY HILLS. [lioo OUR Owx COmnuIsis?onnr.] Another very old resident and land. mark has passed away, viz., Mr. Jacob Schnoidor, Tho doceasod gentlemnan had boon in ill-health for someo time past. lHe expired at his residenco on Monday night. Ho leaves a grown-up family of soveral daughters and one son to mourn their loss. Mr. MoDowall has nearly recoverod from the o fcts of the accidont lie met with whilo out riding one day last wook. The horse stunbled, and Mr. MAoDowall got his log sprained. Flo was oonfined to his house for a ofew days but is now ablo to got about SProfessor ])ickons gavo a leooturo in the Recroation Hall on Tuoesday night on Phronology and Physiognomy in aid of the dock laborers' strike. There was ait very fair attendance, and the lecturo proved highly intorosting. Several well-known gentlemen as conded the stago at the closo of time lecture, and the professor delineated their charactors very truly. Mr. M'Dowall acted as chairman, anld.at the connuencoonut bri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

Council Advertisement. SHIRE OF NUNAWADINGO. WATER SUPPLY FOR TIHE Eastern Suburbs. PUBLIC MEETINGS or uen R ATE PAY I RS XTILL ho hold to agitate for an im ' met iato Supply of WVater to the Distriot, and to arrange for co-operation with adjoining Shires in pressing their claims on the Wntcr Supply Department, at the following places : Rlecrcation Itall, Surrey Bills, Tuesday, 17th inst. P?1otastant Hall, Burwood, Friday, 20th inst. Recreation Hall, Blackburn, Tuesday, 3t.th inst. Old Shire Hall, Wodnesdlav. 25th inst. Recreation Hall, Box Hill, Friday, 27th inst. Chair will be taken: at each meeting hby ,-.. :.:'uI v or, ." "~•-" is ýto Trar lan vru tehop hitre~w}'u.l~mJ~tigl j J. II. TAYLOR, -Sept 1hth, IS. bire Secretary. Se'pt 13tth, l899. _ Special Advertisements. RIINGW 00D). WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMDBER 18. JONES, WARE & CO. W TILL hold their MONTIIIlY SALE at "V nRingwood, of Cattle, lHorses, l'igs, Poultry,. tce. P. JONES, Auctioneer. TENDERS. W 1?A?TIIERBOARD VILLA. Pla-...

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

BURTON & KNOX, RS'rAu*Is.18D 188.,. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, ]UR 1N OO\' OA 1 HA T D .\ I-[ O 1~ N Highest Awards Melbourne Centennial and Adolaido Exhibitions; 3 First Awards muid 1 Sacoiid at the lato National Agricultural Society's Show. IIIPAIIl AND R1NOVATIN(i. G(UAANTEI:I ALL 'WOIR. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. A ILLINERY AND DRAPER.1Y L ESTAlIlSIIl.ENT. STATION STInII:T, Box 1fu... The Ladies of Ilox lill and Surroutlding )Districts are invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they have on hand a Spkndid Assormtment of , .LLINEIlY IN TIU NEWEST STYII.:N. Also, (ove?s, Iosiery., Wools, Stationery, and Fancy G(oods. L T (iiNTS Ku J.OCDl ;Sot A .SrplAM i r. A.01 Aspillall & McMurdie, I101SI,, i..AI\1D tr EST.AT AT .G E.'S, iBNEIlt OF STATION & RUTLAND STS. -BOX HILL. LOCAL AGEN'rS FOll 'ictoria lNruce Comlnuty Limite,'. .Mlhourne P'erman'ent lhlihling So'itl. .ilutuIl li. e .lemurance (Compay, ltdl. Trusters, .E:xecutors , P Agency" C'o., Ltd. AUCTION SATI.S AlIIA...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Cases aie onstaIstly b.2in: 1rouht under our notiC whkich point to the noos3ilty of more care being exeriseod in the lockingl of carriago doors on them railway lines. ' T'he nlateot'instanC cam6 before us" on Haturday. Shortly after the train hal left tho lIox 1111 station one of the door's flew open. A young no heo placed hler hand on the doero frame, when the door closed iuddenly, almot- tinking the top of her thumb off. As thi: girl in the daughter of a wIdow, who will have to pay doctor's fees, besides the 1oss of the girl's t'ullm, we cerltainly think she is entitled to some Compensation. If carriage doors are not mnoro carefully attetded to, at case will yet occur in which the Commissionors will be nletedl for heavy damages. Tihe Blox Hill Cricket Club hold its annual meeting in the htecreation Itall on Friday evening lIst. There was a full attendance, andi the trnaurer's report was a very pl?de:tingo one. Alter paying all expensea the club hag. a credit ballance o...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

Dumno thlo last four or fivo years Box Hill has mado rapid stridos in the way of advancoment, so also 111ha Surrey Iills. No ono will attempt, we surniiso, to condradict this state. m ont. ;uildings, and some of them of n handsome and costly nature, have gone up all over the placo ; incronsed train sorvico has also boon got for the district ; th roads and footpatlh have, in a moeasure, boon attended to, and overything which tlndod to improvo and beautify the placo lhas boen dis. cussed over aud over again. A temperance hall has been oroctod, a masonic lodge has boon established, aind a recreation hall lias tnlo been built. Now churches havo boon orectod rinnd are woll supported. Yet amidst all this progress nn important institution has been forgotton, and that is ia Mechanio's Instituto and Froo Libiary. There is no place in either Surrey Iills or Box Hill whero the young men of the district can go of an ovening and spend ia profitable hour in improving the mind. Evorything elso see...

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Box Hill Mutual Improvement Association. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1889

Box Hill Mutual Improvement Association. A meeting of the above society was held in the Wesleyan school-room on Monday evening. R. B. Stamp, Esq. (President), in the chair. There was a very large attendance, who had assembled to hear Mr. John Sergeant deliver an address which he had promised. The lecturer spoke for over an hour, and was listened to with marked attention, and fre- quently applauded. The objects of Mutual Improvement Societies were fully set forth, and the address was practical and real. Self-reverence, self-knowledge, and self- control were specially referred to, and the young were assured that the cultured mind carried with it self-respect. Those present were urged to be careful as to the choice of their books and companions. The taking of an ideal was strongly recommuended to be sought among the living, and the noblest of the dead. A vote of thanks was carried by acclama-   tion to Mr. Sergeant for his very excellent address. Several new memboers were ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

M) GEOGE KN IGHT, (COUN DOC11O1.) (ESTAlIt.it1l 18s1.) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, [v1EloBOURNE. l i( hav , to acquainit thu C tlll ry ?an thii I ubIt c in hat, he effeituh lly rotlono Coron ati IInIiuII L It - w ltitwhoot th uh fllnlhtilt itin or hlfiihnlo. ICalo iitiihn, lu gr l I ToIio NIls, tnlO othIIor i tiintllhunIt (4 tlel IOuoo aro tllio lo Ifel roIIlltlol. 111 n l tn fIt. fi, u oltuhi l Itoltoro olrnlorLog. if ntilt ro; Ittir tliou iun rely iolofy for illnlfr lnI lhllo Ol~uflllhtofinfi or nluthhiIutI aflturl, o hIho vUry hlIthIo~I r~ tltltllllnlltlilll.·tut lf , o ltrt Kir . Itafofit lol.ly illrl Ihuitlutfot y o 1 lo I ,lu t h llO who It o Loot. uIhlour tho euro a i fLLoa ofl tlh h rolcoslion, itlo ifi plita Iho lolopls to, No Cuirie, No Piol. CO9.N0 SOL'VrIFT? '-Tvo bloa kL pt, Oto lor DTIons. ltho ooiad to ruin Corn., , -_-NOTICll I lltniat t nd Wani rts, in tu ro tin.-ll- wotnnl . by utlofn( IiI~n tL'o nllr. .i.t , rhNorlbtll ofi.t tfio ut'r l. inu8 Cn orn C ure. r t,, fin thl ulo...

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ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Under titlt ),anding a .Inertel, tree of charge, tiho Inamle and atdiIress of every one advertising regularly in1 our colulnRa. Any adverttser w\hoaOe i1tmo nuSy have bocen olmitted is requcsted to colnlununicete at tile olileo. Architect G. V. Blackburno, Box Itill. Auctioneers iraelley and Curtain, Mitchain. Rakers J. A. Ilowlo, Station-street, IlBox Hill. A. Lawsoun, White Iuorse load, ltnx 1I11. Mrts. Tobinas, Vlhite Hloo rltoadt, alvwya. Unnks- English, Scottish and Australian Chartered annk. Mlclbourne Savings Bank, John Alsop, Actuary. Bees' Supply Conspany L. T'. Clamnbers, Franklin Street, Melb. isclqeuit Manufacturer Swallow and Ariell, Port Melbourno. Blacksmniths and Wheolwrightas Victor Ierginton, Canterbury.road, Box IHill. A. Olennie, 'White Hlorse-road, Blox lill. . Sutton, White Hlorse Iond, Ilox t111i1. Boardinghouso- A. T. Laewis, Canterbury Rd., Surroy Hills, Booksellor C. I. Ellingworth, Mali Road, Box IIill. Brasafounders John lIanks and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNCIL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

COUNCIL ITEMIS. l'Th letter recuived from Messrs. It. lByron Mioors and \L'Leod oll'uriti tot carry out the liinhicial transactions of the Council was rich inlded. 0e areu of oplinion tlhait tIhere ar IIIen in theo Council who could tlouch Messrs. Moore and1 Co. a thing or two linanLially. It, is scarcely likely that we shall requiro their assist. anro while we hIavu wisch inlen iln thie Council as the Presidrent, C'rs. M1orton, Cookel,' llislop, &c. 'Thiu ilst lamp1 is deliveril. Councillors can breathe again ntil the next shil)uCnlent arrives. If any raliaelyers tir coiltentl iplating a visit to the lool legislature for hle purpose of obtaiiting mloro liglllt theyL haIlld better bo thankful for suchl things is tlhey have, and waiti patieitly until nlore hnip, are available. Gireat bodies lovuo slowly. W'e sup. pose thatis lthoe reason thegrenl a(abraihll andhis stal' of otlicers hin?ve still got our water supply iunder conslidorntoin. Iow over there s.hlpoe of ta future ge...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BAND OF HOPE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

BAND OF HOPE MIEETING. ----:o:--- Nunawadingll folks do not seemn to object to water in any form, if we may judge by their attnanlice ot the lland of ltoi tea mecet lug at Mlt. 1'leannt on the 11th inst. Steady rtoi deprese-l the splilrts of the oearnet worktrs; but it did not check their. carefol preparations, and \when the tlimo came and the rtea-ell mrng a ihearty welcome was ready for the nnmcrous frienlds who braved the discomforts of muddy roadl and dlril?lingl garments, Ileally Ibanrlifti decoratlons and well-prenad tables rewarded their courageo. Ton over, a lpubli meoting was quickly Ibegun, at which the proident, lIev. W. 1. tlromilow, showed another phase lof hls great versatility, nmaking a genial, uIlltnerousllt, andI withal a firm chairman' R]eiltationa well solected and executed, and onllns well rendered, diversilled the prnactiael and pointed speeches of Messl?s. M*Conllh andl Talboett and E. BIishop, E1q. Well-deserved votes of thanks, partiolarly that to theI ltox ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. MONDAY, 16TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. -:0:- Nunawading Council. AlaSvDAv, 10ru1 SE~PTIIOIDERL. Presont-Cr. Ifaughtonl (president) in the chair, Crs. liawlings, Iloadley, M'Arthur, Cooko, iBishop, Morton, olepperll,, and Ellingworthl. The mninutes lof thie Ist ineeooting were road and confllirmed. Conavoaroanes. COn)I~lPUt~SCE.'o?DNg F'rom 'theo Kow Council, asking the council to appoint two reprosolentatives to attend a conference of rleprescntatives held at the Town illa, Kew, on Tuesday, 15th October, to alipoint a Weighlts and Measures Union. Thoe president.and Cr. Ellingworth were !appohlted ail dihBeglitales. Frolm tile Secrutary ot late Conferenc of iulties, towli,' itlid'b ia?'oilghl, forwarding ro. port of Conference. RIeccived. From Mlessrs. 11. ]lyron Mooro and Mle1od, saiing that they were prolepred to fIloalloans, or.do ally other financial business which thle counlcil might require. lie. ceived. Fromu bMessrs. J, Coates land Co., apologis. iug for thu now gas works not being further atdr,'cmed...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDDING BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

WEDDING BELLS. -:o: The Wesloyan Church, Camlberwell, pro. sented a very ploasing appearanc on the evening of the ]0th inst., when Miss Alice G(raham, of Hawthorn, was united to Mr. Vaugh, eldiest son of Dr. Waugh, of lawthorn. The interior of the church was hlandsomely decoratsl for the occasion by skilful Ihands, who showed thcir artistio taste by the dolt manner in which floral wrcanths were woven in the centro of two largeo archeos erected in the aisles of thie church. At the communion rail a largeo arch was formed of shrubs and flowers, in the co?ntr??; ofwhlach wo a crownl ...hananomelyv'for'ked in tlhe samo material. On either aido of the church floral wreonathse vorer placed in such a manner as to give tlhe building a very pleasing appearance. As might be oxpected from the numerous friends of the happy pair, the lchurch was crowded in evory j..t, !b; well wishers who had come fromn far and near. The brido was attired in a beautiful white satin, with tuillo veil. Thlere wore ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bulleen Council. MONDAY, 16TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

Bulleen Council. MoNsnA, 1lim? SurTu?tlun. ProRasnt-Cr. Hunter (President), ill tho chair, and Crs. Calder, ,lender, Sell, Lawford, Smith, Andrews and Klent. Connsleolstclsc Frol the IIoHalth Oloor stating that a fatal case of diphtheorin occurred in rloncaster on the Itthi August. llefcrred to hoard of Health. Front tha Hlcideloberg shire askling the coiuncil to call for tenders for paitinting and renovatilng tho bridllo across the Yarra. On --?-h hmotiq n of Ci. HSmith it wns dooidel to nccde to the reqluest of the leIldolborg council. lF'rom the Alfred HIospital stating thIata' patient had been admitted into that inlstitu tion onl tile recomnlendation of the secretary, who said that the council was willing to pay its. for his maintenance while hle was in thlo hospital. The man had been there for livo weeks, for which the sunt of £8 lis. was chiarged. The secretary said Iheo was astonished when lhe read thle letter, and that lie hadl never inado such a pIromtise, and itew niothing...

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TEMPERANCE BRASS BAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

TEMPERANCE BRASS BAND CONCERT. The first concert In connection with thle above was hold on Tuoadny, l10th lasl Thiere waa moor. ate though npprchittlve nudlonlou. Thu concert Ltseolt was hIhgly ootslatory. The lrat teone on tho programnta was a solctlon by the hond, the uperformance of which showed that they had under. gone an amount ot diligrent practic. Mlr. S. Welsour greatly pleased the audience by his plrformanoe oiln the Zitther. Thla is an Ilstrument which is not very commonly hacrd. Its introduction at thist concert \wa quite the ftur of the eoveOning. The glee, entitlel "Tho Wreath," was very nicely sung, itr. W., Villiams sang "Quteen of the Earth." biss Burko gavo two rcltatilona very naturally, for which she was ro*Collied. hir. WV. Williams and bliss N. 8utton next sng a duet, "The Sailor Sigh."s, their volces blending admiraubly. Mrs. Williams also sung "Twickenhanm S'ury" In a manoner which showed the poscusiont of a rich soprano votce, although the selectioun was som...

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SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

SURREY HILLS. -0 [PRO' OUR11 OWN COIRRiSP'ONiiNTr,) 1 regret lhaving to record the death of a young Son of Mr. (O'orgo Jlobbins, the well knownv architect of ( uidllford, Mlont Albert RIoad. Th child Ihadl boon ill for a few\ days, and was at toended by Dr. Stocks and l)r. Cookeo, but in spite of all inmedical skill asue. cumbed to that diseaso which is so fital among chlildroi,--ni, i., croup. Much synmpathy is felt for the paruents as the little bfollow was a general favorite and very intolligent. Land matters are beginning to look iup in Surrey lHills. During the week I have board of soeveral lots elhaunging hnrnds at satisflctory prices. Now that the season is advancing it is only natural to expeout that business will again revive, and thalt the knights of the hanmmeor will be kept going. The Education Department, finding that the Reooroation -Hall would not acconumodato all the children, has engaged the Prosbyterilu Church, wlhich has boon woll filled by those who could not be ...

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CONCERT AT BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

CONCERT AT BLACKBURN. A cEncirt In aid nf the Church of EIngland luIa. day Ifsholl library was given at tile ]liere'ltioin hlfllf, Ilacklftrn, on Wedownday, *th est'.inhber,. It wa ianl undounhted rs-ras, and a stliLi i;: i'si donee of Inllaiaal nhli/ty oln tile part of thslc pflr . fornmorus g well nas enlrrcrtle lll'c'lie on thle llrl of tile iramotnnta. Tha i rogramma e wn adnirmably arranged. 'Thu two ehornisca g\'en g y tlhe hillldln defrvo us- lsal noation sa heing sung In good tllnl anid witll i'llilg elsrc, their crisp yoaung vosines pla?hlg ecnxceudinaly. The glefN Sweet land ,ow," was siven with gre-st 1tmbo nod foellng by tihe llnokhulrn (loo Union. .Mr. spencc, who fIns a clar and expr-aslivo hnrl tone voince, sng "Quieen of tho narth," ald "''The liolany Luan," also hy asoill reliesat "'fnThe I Iaith hourn Light." Alnoig thi e rest of tile voallstls Mosars. Ill and Johns onio in for enthusiastic iapplause anfor their gdlmirahle rsndergin of llah dust "Exacflsor," while ...

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WATER SUPPLY FOR THE EASTERN SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

WATER SUIPPLY FOR THIE EASTERN SUBURBS, A public nceting coll\nvocd by tIhe Nun1Lwading Shliro Council wai hold in the I]ccreation H?ball, Surrey IlillH, on T'uesday niight, for the 1purpose of igitatling for i full and uflo lcent wateor supply for tire Eastern Suburbs. Tho 'Presido nt of the Shire, Cr. \V. lauhgh ton, occupied the chalrir, audl Oxptined the olbject of the mooting, and dwelt on the desirnability of the adjoining shiros co-operating in tie lluttor. Mr. C. Mul)owall moved thie first rosolution, as follows : "Tlhrt this mioeting desonires to record its strong anl empliatle protest againsirt the con. tiunuod and persistent imainner in whichr the urdoubted strong claimrs of these Inrge and polpulous districts for a furll and p'ioper srpply of water Iharve been ignored by tihe Water Supply DI)opairtret." Ciphtai n Taylor aocondod, and it wnas carried unanimouslory. Cr. Coolkeo moved tihe following resolution : " Tlrt this ieetilrg hIereby plodges itseolf to uose every loe...

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