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MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

MUTUAL IMPROVEMEI T ASSOCIATIOi, BOX HILL. A return concert 'i tinel shaplllp of a "gentlesman's night " took phice in the Wesleyanl schoolroonl, on Monlday eveni ing last, and de lspite the inclelilenCy of the wceather, was very well attenided. i. ]1. Stlamp lll sil., Prcsidcnt, occupied tile chair, and mnade the evening very liveily. The elntertinment colmmencelc d with a pianoforto solo by Mr. A. Figgis, whlo displayed good ability, although a little moro force and expression would not have iLooil amiss. The song " British Lio " was rendered by Mr, hleM.itrdic in very fair style: likewise " The Schooner on the Sands " by .Tr. A. Figgis. " The lied Cross of England " was recited by AMr. .lretherton in a first-r'ae manner. To Messrs. C. Roid anid "Greenfllld mllust certainly be given the painll for the admirablo. rendering of Lllo duct "The Army and Navy" for which an encoro wias demanldeid anl d goeloroulsly given,. Mr. S. Weissor gave i zither solo ill a masterly iannller, and Mr...

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JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

JOTTINGS. -0- The life of anl honorary inagistrate at limes is not a bed of roe?s. iike ilOst olherl popliu le has his llps and downs to eontenl with, and wvhen ho. is brougiht to book he is somotunes handled rathller soverely. A serious cnso canio on for hearilig in which the . accused w is' lcharged with threatening hoi life of his wifu und daughter. 'Thlo v''idence Was of a most orinunating nature, Iind tended to show that Kitls, when'lhe was recover. ing from one ofhis dLrulnken bouts, hntad got hold of ia knife, wiith whiclh he threatened A LA Jfek tho ]tippor, to rip open his wife and child, and the conse qllncne was that they hand to iiUn froit tih mninn who should lhave been their pro -tetor" and ,friend. This was between four and flvoiin the morning, andil they had to remain out in .tho cold iirthoir niightClOths until the nssistalico of thi Ceighbours could be prociihrd. There wmis a police. mnigistriite on- thio lnch at the Iime, anld as he is supposed to be nni autlhorit...

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RESPONSIBLE OR NOT ? [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

RESPONSIBLE OR NOT ? -:0: At the ncolting of the Iloroondarn Council on Monday night, a long and acri. monious discnssion ensued upon the action of Cr. Clayton, who refuses to pay his ap. portionmnint of the coat of a right-of-way abut. ting on his land, and which has boon made by the council. Cr. Clayton objected to pay the amount onprineiplo. lie contended that heo had no legal claim to the use of the right. of-way-that li hoad no access to it, that he did not use it, and that it was not nado for his bcnefit. The following are the leading facts in this easo:-Wlhen Cr. Clayton bought the land the right-of-way did not exist; but since hI became possqssod of the land the council's engineer suirvoyed and set apart the right-of-way, the land for which was either purchasoed by or given to the council by the persons who owned the land adjoining Cr. Clayton's property. In due course the right-of.way was mado by the council who applied to Cr, Clayton for his share of the cost, Which amount...

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COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Council. MONDAY, 23RD SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Council. 31oIsN , nuii Surir tulnu, P'eo;ent--Cra. licks Pre?idont) in tihe chair, midl Ca. Mlaling, Sweoutnamn, llranit, Vear, Clayton, Dillon, Day, and Taylor. COImPm.HLroNmDENCu. From theo Woaloyan Church .authorition, Camunbrwoll, asking for ' a lamp. The re qucest willl ha 'complied with hen theo lamps aro being allocated. Froim IhItddleston anid lrown re the ioe imorvl of gravel fronm Cantorbury-road. Cr. Clayton urged that a roply bie ent to the ellect that whiat' tho oouioiuil had dona hiad booeen dlo with thlo onnont of tho'ownera of the land. Cr. )Day said aiico tlm'work'liad beeoon ndortalnltc th land . hald changed hainds, and he * ain 'of .opiniioii that the mahtter could be readily 'arranged. '.;It wa' decided to leave the matter in the hand:, of Crs. Taylor and l)a} to dIaIl with. F roum Wi.- Moray, shaliti'g that he wcas iboilt to erect a ummbcr of cotihger; end hl wouhld like to know if the loevcol had bheel ticheic. It rVyas; dcw ?'Bl tO te...

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WATER SUPPLY FOR THE EASTERN SUBURBS. Public Meeting at Blackburn. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

WATER SUPPLY FOR THE EASTERN SUBURBS, Public Mooting at Blackburn. A mneetilg convened by the Nulnawad ing Conlliwii tongitate for, a "itori biiSupply)' for thel .Eanslcrn Suburbs was hold ini the Recreation Ihall, llackburn, on ''llesday evening. There was a largo attendance, and Cr. Morton was voted to the chair. 'lho chairman xpllained the objects-of the inectinl, and the past enforts of thu Council to ildutco the Watcr Supply l l)o. paIrlnlent to. adoplt some otlliiontl system to proido for the retlicllnlaion of the dis. trict. 1e stated that the Mlillister of Public W?orks hadl promlised in ])Der?nl her last that a scholme would be prepared to formn a reservoir at Mitchaum to be annnlimf i,.I he*Mw Ir . lan i 'nn 1'. nn 120. servoir, n23 in no other way under the present system could water be got to the greater iprt of theu district, tlh mean elevation being considerably above thnt part of the Preston JRoserroir, which at Ipresent supplied the whole reticulation of the city adt...

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BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. Before Mr. Millie, P.M., and Messrs. Garside, Ellingworth, and Lovering. J's.P. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

BOX HILL POLICE COURT. :-o--:--0 tI RI)DA\, SRPTMImnRat 20. lif,,ro Mr. Millie, P.M., and Messrs. Uarside, Ellingworth, and Lovering, . nDvst,. . DJiniol Kale was charged with makling use of abusive languago, on the 11th. inst., it Mr. ]ishor's place, near Ring wood. lie pleadoed giilty. At the timo ho was arrested he was sufforing from the effects of dri;lk. Since his arrest ho had been in geol. He was discharged. VYIR.-alATI.no. SWinm. Kitts, was charged with thrcalton ing to akco tholifo of his wifo at Surrey Iillts, on the 12th inst. Constable Iealoy. deposed that on the 121h inst. a Mrs. Dunn called upon hint anad told hint that the defendant was ill. nlinig his wife, and wouhi kill her unless the police, interfered. 11o setl a 'con stable at once to the aecused's house, but before the constable got thero the dio - - fendant had saddled his horse and clanred out. Witness then got a warrant for the apprehension of, the acoused, and arrosled himl on the 17th inst. The wife. of th...

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

SURREY HILLS. [Fotol----o--oc srNEN [FROM OUR OW2 CO1ItSPO\DINT Duringlthe week news has been scarce at Hurroy Hlill, and I hardly know what to write about. The mooting that was called by 'Mr. M'Dowall in order to discuss the question of dividing the shire, camne to the conclusion that the time was not ripe for ouch. a move mont, and vetoed the motion moved by the popular president of the Surrey Hills Pro. gross Commnittco. After a deal of agitation the Department has set about lengthening the railway plat form. This is duo to the efforts of the local Progress Comnittee whose " officious. nIrsi" hasdone good in this respoet if ii has failed in others. I am glad to report that Mr. M'Noil, of the Hurrey Ilills Hotel, is recovering from the very severe accident he met with last week. I regret to notic the vote of cenasure that was pnased upon Mr. Clayton at the meeting of the lioroondara Council on Monday last. Tihe motion, in imy opinion, was illladIvised, and will not do the Council ...

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ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Under this heading is inserted, free of charge, the llto n?ni adltress of every one advertixing regularly in our coliumns. Any advertiser whosel name Inay hav been o1rnitted is requtestod to counnllicate l t the ollike. Architect- tl. V. Blackburne, Box Hill. Auctioneers Bradley and Cartnin, Mitcham. Bakers .1. A. Ilowie, Station.street, lBox Hill. A. Lawson, White Ilnrs' Ioad, Blox Blill. Mrs. Tohias, Whiite lorsc Ionad, Ilalwyn. lBanks- EInglish, Scottish and Anetralian Chartered Bank. Melbourne Sal ings lank, John Alsop, Actuary. Ileea' Supply Company- T,. T. Chambler., Franklin Street, Melb. Ihiscuit Mancutfaeturer - Swallow aund Ariell, Port Melbourne. Bllacksuliths and Wherlwrights - Victor Ilergoman, Callutrburv-road, lBox Hill. A. Glenoie. White llIorso road, Box hill. C. Sutton, White tIoree lond, 1ox Hill. Boardinghouse- A. T'. ILewis, Canterbuty lIM., Surrey Hills. Bookscller C. l. l?lhingworth, Min Road, Box Iill. Blrassfounders .lohn Ilamnk and S...

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A SEPARATE SHIRE FOR SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

A SEPARATE SHIRE FOR SURREY HILLS. A publio meeting was hold in the liecrca. tion Hall, Surrey Ifills, on Wednesday even ing, 18th inst., for the purpose of taking into consideration the advisability of form. ing Surrey lills and Canterbury into n separate shire. The meeting was convened by Mr. C. McDowall, the president of the Surroy Itills Progress Assoeation. There was a fair attendance, and Cr. S. Cooke was voted to the chair. - The chairman in opening the meeting raid that while lie had no objection to preside over it, heo wished it to be distinctly under stood that he entirely disagreed with the object of the mooting. Cr. llawlings said he would like to know by whose authority the meeting ntad been convened. Mr. C. McDowall said he wats not afraid to state that it was owing to his inntrumentality the meeting had been called. Ho had done so in order to elicit an opinion front the reidents of Burrey ]Hills on the question of forming Surrey Hills and Canterbury into a sepalrte sh...

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MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

M.ITCHAM. ([FOM O11 owN' COI?0?1aPoNfIlENT.] Things are comImencing to bo more pros. poros at Mitciham. A terraco of 21 brick hou0oe, close to tho station, which have bcon delayed in construction from various causen for about 18 months, are to be fIlisihed at once. Messar. lIradley and Curtain report lhaving gold a bloclj of land on tho White Iforse road at £01 per foot, and also five acres of land on the l)eop Creek road at a satisfactory price.

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE LITTLE FRAULEIN. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

THE STOoRY-T:!LT, LLR. TIll 7I T7"T I. 1 i .'IA Utl I'.i. (H.1rTITr 1. All Berlil was in ecetasy over the nagic singing of Friinlcin Marie Werner. A few days before she had Ieen almost unknlllown- a mere name upon the progrlallme of the opern, and now the whole city was at her feet. She had snng in ' Fidelio," and so small and light \vas she, that when sile alnde her entry in the tago's toeeo. 'lhe steitled iinlOst lost on the lreAt tagho. Ilut lshe opened her lips, und the audience knew that a Iheaveln-horn singer had come amlongst them. The very owallt throhbtd at every note that Ilowed fronm her, until the tlheatre was F"illcd ;citrh mn.oic eslluld wrorrn into one Oll-Oihtfi leerslat, Thcre sw-as not a trace of effort ill it, anld yet the art was perfect; t wa alln iahsohl'e and ilawless lunllion of Art and Nature. Iligher and higher the tsingor rose, carrying the audience with her, and ill the surlpassing scene which culminates in those four worlds iahbin sein, Wel.i (" I am his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

CJIICKETIN(i I I (IICUIIGJ1; P)OIYI'S (Surroy hlillr) SHjcihlity fur tho H';:ioe owi ho a good, vuoll-eshrimu Criekctiing Sniit heV i03. Ile is nOw mknliing i Spcial Show uf Hloye' Knicker Sluits, Conit'o Scarfs, c. &.c. NO. 4 (3 .) GRANDD ENTERTAINMENT IN TIII: .RECR T-. T'I` N H LL TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1STi, 1889. ('II/1.1ii.1AN.' /,<11€ l i)T1, 11dI T , 1'7' . (,11.11.,1.) Pnot.oour Miss M. COTTON Cuon - us" . ,Australia's Marching On " CIII*LDREN ltrorIT.TIro " How Pa lGot 'Nishiatod into tho Juvenile Frccmaiono " Master J. BIRITNELL, CnuonUs . . " Oliding to Fairyland " INFANT SCTIOLARS rNclTATION' · - "Confession" Miss MINNIE IBRITNELL DUtr Cuonus - " The Happy Hunter " CHILDREN so,, . . . Clang of the Wooden Shoon " MIrs. MoMURIDII Mastorn P. 13lITNEvLT, U. TALIETT, A. COLLIER, I. DrIVIN, J. DROOM. I)IAr.onoll " When I'm a Man " IALL, W. SUMMERS, II. TUDOR C. GOA1ItETT, O. BIIITNELL, and l G. OI'CIACKIEN R.o & D . " Apanrt " { jMisscs E. BRIITNE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

BU TON & KNOXLi , ESrIABlISI l D IF'82. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, ]B U- VOOD ROAD), H -A ,VT-r -0 ORN. Highost Awards Molbourno Centeomial and Adolnide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at thollato National Caririges;' luggics; Phmtons, Gigs, &c., ini stock and built to ordor. IREPAIRS AND IRINOVATIN(. GUARANTIEE ALL WORK. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. 1\ ILLiNINERY AND DJIAPE?IY A STAIlLISIlMII:"T. STATION STI?I:T, ]BOx 11.14,. The Lladioe io 'ilox Hill and Sumounding D)iatricts aro in'ited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they have on: hand na Spleloid Asnortnmcnt of .IlTJ.INllY IN Til: N1eWEST STrYLII. Also, (lovae, hisiery, Wools, Stalionery, and vially (lods. Isp r.(inm Kin Ciu.i?w1 a SPRClAITrY. .-1 Aspinall & IcMIYuldie, Ilo(SE', L..XD1 d' EsT.I TN .IS\1TS, STATION & RUTLAND STS. -- BOi~" HI-ILL;: LOCAL AGNTSI'S lt11- I'ictori Ilunal nc, Company TLimited. .11ellurne P'erm ernit Ihfldisip . rolehy. dlMutal lfe A.ssrlta.ce Comlany, .lat, 'Trustee., R...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

LOCAL NEWS. ---:o:-- At the-mooting of the lloroondara Council on Monday night, Cr. Clayton "drew the attention of th engineecr to the dilay which had taken place in tho contract for Union Road. Thu llengineer replied that the delay was occasioned by the contractor having a number of other contracts on hand, which prevented hlnt fromn proceeding with the work on Union lIuad. The Council has no right to let contract.; to mnin who are not in a position to proceed with-the work, and the contractor in thi, instance should be flned it hI is over his .,tipultecd thLi. It is not fair to 'otlir r e;nt relor.l who would have pro eiededl at once v ith the work. Thu WCCrk.C in'CO CIrcl Cct(0 ((itt thut, olusC circlo railway tre it Ci stand:ttVttlll, Ian hvI Ibcen so dmC htig the loot few umntoti tl . At. the nCCh il(lin C Iof th i 'tmro tndcul CounCIlC Co MuttiCC t1ay tight, Cr. lc)ll).0 refeCCto Ito hik';t Cntto CiIcl sail tilnt he lofret CCCdC nCit iiit tICr of fth t wril;. COCCI he hCCCI on...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

TIE action of tho Nunawading Council in mnkinig the attempt to got an oflciont water supply for the Eastern Suburbs is deserving of commendation from overy ratopayor in the shiro. The Council has boon led into initia. ting the present movement from tho barefaced manner in which it was mislod by the lato Minister of Public Works, and also from thounsatisfactory mannor -in which the Government woro treating all the applications that camo from tho Council for a reservoir to be madoe at Mitchan. or at somo othor contral place. Thoro.is an old proverb which says, " holop doforrod makoth tho heart sick," The Cpuncil scot application after application to thi Ministor of Public Works politely requesting him to bring under tho notico of his colloaguos the groat necessity whiol oxisted for devising some schemo whereby tho districts of Mitcham, Blackburn, Box IIill and Surrey Hills would be favoured with an oficiont water supply; but boyond receiving a more formal reply, that the request would...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1889

Special Advertisements. MITCIIAM. TIHUISDAY, OCTORF.II 3rd. '3IlADPLEY AND CUIRTAIN will hold their sunal Monthly Sale, at leangin's Hotel, of Cattle, IIorse, Pigs, Poultry, Furniture, AC. Ac. Entries received on day of sale. Fnrther pnrticularo from the auctionlers, 1lhadley and Curtain, Qutrn-stret, Mel bourne, Hawthorn and Miitcham. \V ESLEYAN CIIURCH, rOX HILL. Preachors for Next Sunday : Morning-Rev. \V. E. lhnoau.ow. S;' Thoe ovilgkjilInoes8 of (od;:..... Evening--hMr. E. B3isnori PUBLIC MEETING. A MEETING of persons interested in the opening of a station at Middleborough-road, Box 11ill, wil be held at Mr. Sergeant's residence Whito Horse and Middlctorough" roads, Box Hill, on SATURDAY, 28th inst., at 8 p.m. R. BULMER STAMP, ." ' Conventr VANTED, THREE BOARDERS Apply, Mns. HALL, Station-street Box Hlill. LOST. A SMALL SILVER LOCKET Finder rewarded on leaving samne S' RIronztn" Ollice, Box ]lill. TO LET. ~1 Ii. COTTAGE, 6 rooms, 12s weekly. Apply-J. Collier William-street, Box...

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ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

ADVERTISERS'._DIREC ITORY. Under thi Ihlnding is inserted, fron of chalrle, the name and address of overy one adverti.ing roaularly inl our columns. Any adverticer whosete nao nlmay haYO bretn omnltted is requcitced to conununioat ait ithe ohlle. Architect- G. V. Blackburne, Dox Hill, Auetioneer?- iradley and Curtain, ,litchan. Bakers J. A. lIowin, Riation-strect, Box Hill. A. Lowon, Whitc lhorso Hod. Box lill. Mrs. Tobias, White liorso (load, Balwyn. BaUnnksl English, ScottBih and Australian Chartered Iank. Mulbourno Savings Bank, John Alsop, Actuary. Bees Suppgly Compnny- L. T. I ombera, 1rtnklin Street, Mehlb. Discuit Manufacturer- Swallow and Arioll, Port Metlbourno. Blacksmiths and \Whlcelwrights1 Berglnan and Cannll, Canterlbory-road, Box IHill. A. Gimino, Whitr lHorse-road, Itox Hill, (o o. Newman, Oirahnamst., Port Mothlb. C. Sutton, White Horse luad, Boox lill. Boardingllouse- A. T. L.ewi, CanIterbury ld., Stirreoy lIille. Iioukielehr- C. I. Etllingworth, Main hoad, Box Hil...

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE LITTLE FRAULEIN. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

TJ/fl -STORY-TELTLER. '2"1I1JTT I.'71.: 1"17.1'1LI:7.V. Clar-Tm Ill. It was the yoinlg student who had saved Irriiuleiln Wreriier from a fall. To pures tihe street before hler house at midinight wras noi now thing to him:n. le had traced her to her homo many nights ago, nud after that hle never joined the crowd it tile door of the oper, but rall il before hier carri?g-, and stood nundor- cover a few doors fron tlhe house, whlrer-hinoiolf unseon--ho watched until she dicappearmld. lio was an Englishman, three and twenty years of ago, and hIis naime was Phlilip Tlesliu. lie was studying with Fligol in tile Leip1. eiger Strasose and lived in two roomrs at tihe top of a tall hlouse in Stralanu Strasso, which winds in a crooked line along thie river; his furniture consisling maiily of a tpiaus and r fadedl portraits of IloCethovenI, Mlendelssohn, and Meyerbeer, which he had lcIhed up at Mlnnteuffeil's book~ltall. elo loved thie professiorn hIe had chosen, and at 23 ho was all energy and ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

COORJEl, SPO.NDEN?OE. c1I i do nol hold oursrleo reurspoinslie foi o]pintihs erf·prrsseid byt C(orresponde.s.] TO TJIl lll'TL'OI OF TIlE 1II'OlIltPE. Sw.--Can you tell aoe how it is that thi Nunawadiog (COInUPI do not aldvCrtiao their tendersin the lejortlr. [ residellin Mitchlam, and of course, as'all the people hore do, I take the lrlporter. I klnow there woald noon he some loan woriks advertiied and Oio kept an eye oI your columno for the advertIrSCnaornt hut it way Inot Ihre. By ohanca I pickl.,l up a stray pllar, which hao no ciroulation in Mitcham, and judg nd'iy sirpriso to 3oo the identical adavrtiemncnt otarinrg e in thu face. Why it.wpo pht in that paper I catnot toll, perhaps you can. It would bho a great conv0lmcl0ce00 to ule conltractirsi if we couhl RoO the Comacil'o advortisClents in tlio only local paper which circulates in Mitchamnn, and lnot ill thllo?, pa6rA whichl we never heard o, and only Ihance knew they wr in. oxistcnce. I know you canoter afford to insert th...

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LAND JUMPING AT TUNSTALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

LAND JUMIPING' AT TUNSTALL. Sono months ago?hfr..l.yrne, of Tunstall, sold four blocks of land at Splringileld. \When tile survey was made it was found that a man named Avery lhad encroached upon the Ianil to the oxtent of .abollnt one nacre, and that ho had fenced:in aR roahdway 8ift. wide. to which he was not entitled. The sur. vc!yor iistructcd Avery to givo Iyrno posses. situn f the land, which hl e roefused to do. Ilyrnu then lpresntcd the deedls, but Avery still refusod to give up possession of the land, and hel wvas thean sunllnoned to the County Court, when Blyruo got judgmenllt. Avery still refused to givoe up possession, anil Ilyrnn had to secuiro tlheO services of a shlerill, who opened utp thil roadns nid hanlcd thie land over to hyrnm. This case was re.opeoned before the Full Court on \Weducoday, 25th Stel,tember, as qitoetion of jiriNdictionii. At the Ilox Hill olurt oli tle 17th lMay, Arol Alvery eledl \W. Ilyrno for cutting ldowil a fence. TheI defemullluit oljccted ...

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