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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.] RAILWAY IRREGULARITIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

CORRESPONDENCE Ie c do not holh ourselves responstible for oeplions .c.preed bU Corrce.ploient,.J A]tILWAl II 1.EG ULLIITIES. T._o irIt warr inoI- or TII linronai.n. SGs,-Tliero is onro thiig I should like to bring unider your nohicoe coneornilng the railwnjs, that is the work a guard on the suburban line has to do. Last Saturday evening.I travelled from thei city to IBox Hill find noticed that-the gtiard hIad to travel the wholo length of the train to shut the doors at overy station, no porters being visibh6 to assist 1im, with two exceltions, viz., lichumond and East'Rliehmoid. Now, Sir, I should liko to ask is thatl just, to ask a man to do that work and tlibn finish up by ei dangering his !ifeo gettiing into the vman while the train ii moving olff, because by the time she gets to wheroe hlo is waiting she has got a good speed on, and the . lighltesat slip would very likely mean ldeath. I believo there is a rule in the servico that the guard is to givo the sigrnl to starL froi ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

Special Advortisoments. TENDERS. WETTERB OARD BVILL A. " ) Plans anMl . Seifcleatioins. at W. EVLLINTGWO\TI'II S, Box 11111. . Tenders close, Monday, 298l1 Sept. .WTESLEYAN CIIURCII, BOX HIILL , Prenacors for Noit Sunilday : Moriiing-Mr. 0 W. CvirrsTox. Evoning-Rov W.:EB ' ?oito'w, Evening Subject: " MmIn's Life consistethl not in Abundance." After Meeting :-- Addressos by iLaymen .... NOTICE, SORNE]IAIL ? liTIK( o? the .k. Surrey ]ills Cricket Club .(lalne (ruihdord O.C.) will be hehll at Collins' Committoe Iooms; Surreyilills, ii.et -Mondny ecveig, nat 8 o'clock sharp. •A.ll Members are requecsted to atteml. "TANTED.-,A GHIL assist light work.' nce I 'Aploy--lra. COOK, next Temper. aice Lual, hex fill., * i. NTEDR PIIREEuo0MnDES. Apply, Mlns. HALL, Station.street, Box lill. LOS T. Srill ewarded omi leaving snae it t Roronnmn" Ofice, Box Hill. FOR SALE. EAThIERlDBOARD IHOUSE, Five Rooms -anld Kitchon. Well built., Undorground Tank. Stable, Coachhlouse, &c. Land 0G ft x 182 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

BURTON & KNOX, IESTAllUIIHED 1882. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, I3URX'VOOD) 1OA~D, l-AllTHOlRN. Highest Awards Melbourne Centonnial and Adelaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the lato National Agricultural Society's Show. 'Carriageos,-] uggies, Phal'tons, Gigs, ,c., in stock and huilt to. Order. I,1PA IiS AND 1rNOVATfIN. .' (UAiANT?EE ALL WOIKi. " DESIGNS SUBMITTED. ILLINNltiY AND DRAPERY ENTAl3lI.SHMENT. STAT5~o STIREHT, lON IIHILL. Theo I.adies of Box 11111 and Surrounding Distriots aro invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As thly Ihavo on hand a Spl, ndid S Assortment of MILlINEltY IN TIlE NEWEIST STYLES. Also, (ilovs? Hosiery, Wools, Station?ry, nn.d Fanoy (Goods, Ij ,UE.l% ]io i O?VI A Si'Ccli.5. T.l Aspinall & Mclurdie, IIHOUS, I..VXD 0 ST1'.ITE .lJfT'S, 0IN ER OF STATION & RUTLAND STS. BOX HILL, LOCAL A(IINTS F0R- I'letorin Insurmane Comupn, y Limited. .ltelrinarne ermn.wct Cuhmjsaf.. SueletU, .hIomt Li.fe .Iss.FArnllce Comll?plisJ, 1ltd. '...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

AT the mooting of thle Iullcon Council on Monday, Cr. Goodwin, one of theo nmbmbors for tho Warrandyte riding, brought up a report having reference to the doings of ex-Cr. Stiggants. It appeared from Cr.. Goodwin's stato mient tluat the sum of .£5 had been poent on the lanno lading to the pound at Anderson's Creek, and that the work had been done by the day men at tlhe instiigation of ex-Cr. Stiggants. TIe money had lbeen lpassd by the Council in the usual way, and the work had been sanctioned by the Coun cil somo three years ago when the annual inspection was mado. At the last municipal election ex-Cr. Stig gants soughlt re-election, but the charge of having spcnt the ratepaycrs money without the consent of the Council, was; brought against him, and he was defeated. T'le euljcct was brought before the Council for investi gation on Monday, when it was clearly shown that ex-Cr. Stiggants had actud in a legitimato and honorable manner, inasmuch as the work had boon sanctioned and appr...

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CAMBERWELL V. KEW. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

CAM?EILE?WI 1'L V. KEW. .! .·' ,. This match will takle placoat K]w. on Saturday nex, and.. Jlo roddnd' nd blaclc intecnd to give a good naccount of themselves. They are training very haIrd, Do as to propnro tlhemselves for the grland conltest oln Saturday weok against Park. The following will do battle against Kcv :-Allai, Alsop, 'Alvcs, Anderson, BIoulter, anckhouse (2); Carl. ton, Edniondson, )Freelantle (2), Geddes, Hancoino, IHavorlty, 'Morritt, O'~cFara, P'ike, Price (3), Russell'itil Zcrcho.

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. CAMBERWELL V. GLENFERRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

sPORTIN G. -:0: IF OOT ALL. CAM?IBERWELL V. OLENFERRIE. A most interesting match took plaeo at Camnberwoll on Saturday aInst, between these two clubs. The Glonferrio lhavoe mado quite a nameno for themsoelvces this season by. their stcrling play, hud doi Saturday they placed a grand gauio, although, in the final quartLr, they wero fairly pumped out. J. G'eddes (Camuber well) without a doubt, playted the bcst game on the grolund. After a most friendly gamo the match resulted in a win for Camberwell, thle scores being Camberwell, 2 goals 15 bchindts; Glen forrie, 1 goal 4 behinds.

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BOX HILL CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

BOX HILL CRICKET CLUB. - :0: I'ho following are theo oengagemnts of ITin club for thi next season, 1889.-)0:- - 188). OCT. 5--Openlng match at 1lox Till. President v. Vice-Pru'shontac . ,, 12-Giuildford, at Surrey Hills. l,, I-Doncanter, at Doncaster. ,, 26--Mitchamn, at MBitchnc. Nov. 2--Ihlackburn, at Box Hill, i--llihn lldcend1, at t. ., l--C?llterbury, at Cianterhl'cry. i3-W\'anlld'ers, at Dox IHil. ,, $0--St. l'hilip., at do. lI:c. 7.-Olio, at do. ,, 14l-Doucaster, at do. ,, 91-Norwood, at Norwood. , 28--Ringwood, at Box' Hill, 189'J0. J.ax. 4-Fitaroy 2nld, at do.c , l1-?(tuildlford, at do. ,, 1G-.lthigwoodl, at lingwood. ?, 21--Mitohaccn, at Iox Hill. F lcc. I--l1hckburn, at llackburn. 8 --Norwoodl, nt IUox Hill. c 15t-Doianster, ni Doncesstor. ,, 2--Cantorbury, at Box IIill. MIcl. 1-Clio, at do. , 8-Wa-tndcrer, at do. ,, 15--Hutghendlccn, at do. 1, 2--Vacacnt. ,, 2?I--Sth. Ynrra Wosloeys, at do. Art,. --Vacant. ,, 12--)oncaRtor, at do. I,, 1-Vacant. ,, 20--Sth. Yarra Wesleys,...

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BOROONDARA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

BOROONDARA BOARD OF ADYICE,. ---:o: - A meotilng of this lloard iwan hehl at Ctiubirwif 'll State tichool on the lth inst. Thero were prese,,t--Messrs. (lall, Perry, and Fltukhaustier. Mr. ,JIameII. (Iall Iwas unanimou:;ly olcctted chairman of the Bloard for the ensuinh1 year. Mr. F. 'T. Fankhauier wIli ri-cluct.d c'til uii ilil |oni t. A hearty vote iif thitnki w"asti tendl rtd l 1 o ( i r. Clreuiu e flick;H, J.P., foro tht, able manncr in which he ihad ciiondluccdl the Itinhiti of -thU chair durintl the pas1t iyear. A. tote of thankol wait ialto ic?oithll (I t ihi i ii ionl uiit. It woo liii portud lhat atihallini, had been d1oone it lItl\\yn ,-htat, tchoutl, which hlid bien greuttly n-ided; .i.o thit Mr. I. Gh'ay had twitit appoinltod teacher to thu IKoonung Koonung :chool, No. 201 ; also that a doputation of tho loard hlad waitcd on the Hlon., the Minister of Publio Instruction in reflercnco to getting nmor school Rccommodation at Canlmorwoll. It was shown that the school would ...

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GUILDFORD CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

GUILDFORD CRICKET CLUB, -0 Trho annual mootilg of the (;uildford Cricket Club was held at tholsecreation Hall, Surrey lills, last Monday evening, the 110th inst. r. . r. .D. J. Daly, was voted to the chair. Tlhe secretary (Win. J. Wilson) read the report and balance-shoot. Last. season was avery succesfIul one, although not 0so suoc cossful as wus expected. The club was engaged last season in thle competition for the astern Sltar trophly, and were rusncrsup.l. They played 10 matlches, won seven, lost two, and drawn 1; securing 21 points out of a possible 40. Mr. W. Fletcher won Mr. Jobbins' prize for best batting average, coming o.t with 18.5 to hIis credit. Mortimor won Mr. lobbils' prize for bovwling, having an average of 5.l per wicket. Mr. T. IIansen won the prize (also given by Mr. Jobbins) for the beoat colt, hIaving shown the best form illong the junior memsbers of the club. The nanmeo of the club was changed romn the iGuildford Cricket Club to that of Surrey Hlills Cricket C...

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LADIES' NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

LADIES' NIGHT. Thie hldits of to Wt\'esleyan~ ChurI'ch, l3ox Iill, ]av, h(rn for lo wo time past arrtanging onl enterlzinianntn, whic~h to~ok pinlci on I'tI.etsday 'tve'iIg. A full houIse rewarded It' heiir "effortLs. A v.ery c'rktli-. lkble l)rogkatmllkll(e w~aus ilalo rt d ntul ksu0ccessfully carried outl. A nubher of f (ien ls Ik' frok k Ik diultllle to rtuIlthI alssidhnce. 'T'hese inithldcd Miss 't'ys-n, frolk )lnluult uug ; lIr. (ioldIsworl hy, from il itchlan ; M i.is Iliulb p, fron Att" .ilonannt: 11ov. J. T'['homn, from Oak. Icigh; Mikses Clarko and Greshaml, from Surrey Ilills; M[iss lath, from Sounlth aMelbourne. 'IThlo local taleLnt colmpriscedl 11c. .,V. X. and Mrrs. |romnilow, lMrs. Vestlcolt, Miss . Slutton. Mr. Iefford. Miss \Wcstcoll, I[r. J. \Villiams, and Mr. A. I{. Sltophcnson, D.A. The various accomnsimmnts werCe playled by Mrs. G.. 1Y. Cumupston, Miss Clarko and Miss Sinclair. Mr. P. W. Valters occupied tho chair.

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INDUSTRIES OF THE DISTRICT. CANTERBURY BRICK WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

INDUSTRIES .OF THE DISTRICT; CANTEIIllUIlY 131ICK WORKS. On the slope of a hill midway betweeo Ilalwyn and Canterbury there is situated a thriving ilndustry, which is known in tlhe district as thu Canterbury Birick Works, They nro admirnably situated from a busilneae point of view, being only a short distance from White Hlorse road, while they are not mlore than 200 yards from CanLterbury road. Those brick works are thle properly of Mr. W. E. Taylor, who has expondod n consider aleo snu ill bringing thb industry to its presenllt state of elllcioney. lie has secured an area of eight acres, all of which is noted for thle excellent quality of its clay, which is stated by experts to be just the kind that is required for the production of bricks of the best description. 1"roe Innquiries furnishedL to us at thle time o our iospection we find that Mr. Taylor cannot keep pnoo with the orders that are comilng to hand by overy mail. The bricks Vwhich 1he has turned out have given ancllh satis...

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ST. PETER'S CHURCH, BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

ST, PETER'S CHURCH, BOX HILL. The foundation stone of a now liiuk church was laid yesterday afternoon by thle Lord ]lishop of Molbourno. Tlhero wns a vry largo attondince considering that the weather was very bleak and cold in the open air. Tihe Rov. W. Groan, the vicar of the parish, delivorod an intoroasting address in which he related all thle circumstances which had induced tihe Board of Guardians to remove the old church from B3laokburi Creek:aiid roeoroa?ot it in BIox Hill. The aobeioinony was opanod by the congregation singing the 00th hymn, after which the usual church dolica tion service was solemnly roadby lovs. Greoon, Perks, and Crosswoll. His Lordship then advanced afid laidtlio stono in the namle of the Father, Son, and 1oly GChost. When 'this was dorio thile Bishop dolivorod all cariost address in which he o.xhortod his hearers, and especially those who wore memnlbers of the church, to lovoe thoir pastor, to pray for himn and to love neach other. Ho was certain if the...

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CANTERBURY PROGRES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

CANTERBURY PROGRES ASSOCIATION. -o-- A publlio meeting of the residents of Can. terbury and 3alwyn was hold in (olding's Halt on Friday evenhig for the purpose of forming an Association which would have for its object the asnistanc of theo ]loroondnara Coiicil in the discharge of its duty. Mr. Snowdun was voted to the.ch'ir. I o said tile Asociatioln, when formed, would n deavor to look tafter thle interests of Canktr bory and JUnlwyn, and he hoped good ru. sults would accrue front it, lie was crlain such would bo the ease so long a.s the Assooci. ation was properly. managed, and did not clash with the Council. Since the land boom had collapsod thoro wore no places which could expect to progress like. their. district, whichll had the advantago of railway conmmunienatioun. lIe considered they hlad got four years' start of the Wliittloscn dise. trict. The population of IMelbourno wnas ln creasing at the rate of from 1.1,000 to 10,000 souls eovery year, and it was etimuated that 8000 n...

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BLACKBURN CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

BLACKBURN CRICKET CLUB. The first meeting of the above club took place on Saturday afternoon last when a scratch match was played between sides picked on tho ground. It is needless to say, as it is well known, that the wicket was in first-class order, and played as true as a hair. During the whole of the afternoon, though some of the balls werepitched at random,   not a single ball " bumped." This is owing to the fact that the wicket has been so made by several layers of concrete, which has been covered by a thick coat of cement, and over this matting has been securely laid, hence it is that the wicket is just the kind of one upon which a skilled batsman likes to use the willow, as he knows there is no fear of the ball bumping and striking him in the face. The match was a very pleasant and agreeable one, and as is the case in all first matches lots of chances are missed. This   only tended to cause merriment amongst the spectators, who seemed to enjoy the w...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1889

LOCAL NEWS. -:o: -   On our last page will be found accounts of the Blackburn Concert, Temperance Brass Band Concert, "Wedding Bells," and Mount Pleasant Band of Hope Meeting.   This news was unavoidably held over from last week. A new organ is about to be purchased for the Presbyterian Church in Box Hill. Mr. Luke having kindly allowed the use of his instrument up to the present time .       At the meeting held at Balwyn on Friday   night one of the gentlemen present said that while Canterbury was well known no-   nobody seemed to know that there was such a a place in existence as Balwyn. An attempt had been made some years ago to get the name of Balwyn changed to that of Canter- bury, but the Postmaster-General would not listen to the proposal, contending that there was one place in the colony bearing that name, and in consequence the request was refused. From this it appears evident that th...

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. CAMBERWELL V. KEW. ANOTHER VICTORY FOR THE BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

SPOR T I N G. O? 0-' 0 ',1 Lr,. CAMBIERWELLj V; KEW. ANOTIIIR V ICTOIrY FOR TITE BUOF. On Saturday last the Cmnborwoll toam. of footballors added another win to their already long list of victories. They tried conclusions with the Kow team, and from the first- it was con sidorod.a "dead bird " for Kow, who stood no chaneo against theoir oppon outs who. played all round, thoir nmon from the start to the. finish .of the game. We regret to stato that somo of the members of the KIow team played a very iolflsh game, and when they saw that thoy could not win by fair play they resorted to very quns tionablo mohns to turn'tho tide of the Since weo havo boon following the Camborwoll team of footballors wo do not roinolnlar :anything likeo the .dis-; graceful proceeoodings as those which occLrrodi on Saturday last. Tihe: barriokr?r of thoe ]owitor sooem to hiavo gond to the iliatch"for the ox pross purp"oso. of. creating a d 'isturb. once, which they did, and that in Ua most determined manner...

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The Ringwood Tragedy. VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

The Rilgwood Tragedy, V E R D I C T WILFUL MURDER. lRobt. 1undCIll, who was tried for the wilful murder of Peter J. Shcr. lock, at the Melbourno Criminal Sessions, after. a trial lasting tlhrco days, was found guilty of wilful murder. The vordict was, a uani nonus one, and one which the country will approve of. Tho judgo in passing sentonce of death upon the prisoner hold out no hopes of morcy.

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A BOLD ROBBERY. A SMART CAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

A BOLD ROBBERY. -0- A SMART CAPTURE. On Friday morningl thuo Iox 11ill polico wore infuormoed thliit a diiringj roblbll'ry htad boon committad at Sp1rintgficld on thto pre violus night. It appeared tha\t the jlrumtw('o of Mr. Collett had beco brokeon iulo and a quantity of snddtlery nod hiarneo 1 0tolen, vnlued at £8. Thu oervieeo of thu bhtuk" trackera were meourtie and a tI owoojit searc Wao jotitutcd wider theo dnee tioi of Sen. CotablllTloy It It of Itll Hilt. For tthree days till the ttelltljll of t111ie plolicol wero of no aanil; but toi 00 3 ay 10 "lioJIt till, Itox Ifill police jot 110111" cjo to the thief. Early oo i'o'eadait ,orolomi Lluaullcj Jhoe., proceedelldlt to 11i j Ill ll Clf jIllfp., il to to ind o h t.,'o io i} I irltelll it oIeo f ac: N. Ilk 1o be tlee' hI ot ill 111:10 tI :: t 11 inlt o a1 tlea 1 11 1111 1 I3 1111110 Illnc'I j lion jdltlOill od by Mr Collejt. Con. chargo of rohbery, anri brought the priaoncr to Box Hill. Ilu has sinco boon rcmindtcd to the Melb...

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SURREY HILLS WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

SURREY HILLS WESLEYAN CHURCH, The first anliversary of the above church was celebrated on Sunday and Monday last. Very ablo sermons were preached to large audiences by the iev. A. E. Albiston, M.A., and Mr. Edward Bishop respectively. A first-class tea was provided, and was highly appreciated, by a gathering which twice filled the tables. The ladies who pro sided weore Mesdtames Wothorall, O. Tacoy, Leigh, (larldo, Lobb, and the Misses Bookett, Owen, Stone and Coates. At the publio mooting Mr. Bishop presided, and made a good clhalrman. During his opening address he remarked on the wonder ful progress Surrey Hills had made in a short space of time. Somo three or four years ago Ite had built a cottage in the dis trict for a gentleman, and Iho was thon sur prised that anyoneo shoudltl go to live in such a wilderness; now, not only cottages but mansions were being built in all directions, and he was glad to find that the houses of prayer were also being erected to supply the piritual n...

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A SERIOUS CASE. THE RESULT OF A DRUNKEN SPREE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

A SERIOUS CASE. 'fl', 111 im-ui OF0 A lDRlNKEiN SI'IIEOi. O)110 of tlia.: i ca t 't +A liclt ariso 1'oiji tu1 V1tV I Hi)l It ilk Ivrc.To nieCn n111-tli \\txrtl ant 111, Not ha1 itoon tfile all ii oolsr, who1, wihen t ober, is a-very respectable man, picked up a glass which lie hurled with terrific forco at the head of his opponent. Mr. M'Neill happened to interfere at the titme, when the glass which had been thrown at Naglo struck himn on the back of the hand. The glass broko, and inflicted a nasty wound on M'Noill's hand. No notice was taken of the affair until the Ihand and arm became so inflanmed and painful that it was feared serious coneo (quences might ensue, The medical gentlnmen who attended Mr. 'Neoill pronounced the case to be one of blood-poisoning, andl that it was questionablo whether their patient would survive. When matters Iar rived at this climax the police deoomed it wise to take action in the matter, and a warrant was accordingly taken out for the apprehension of ...

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