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A NEW UTOPIA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

A NEW UTOPIA. (fly CA?UAL CONTIHIIUTOU. " What shall we do with our boys ?" was announced as the subject of the last of the winter series of lectures for 1880, at the Working Mean's Coll6go-antapproilrinto place for the discussion of such a practical question. Eight o'clock found, the writer seated In the contmmodious and convenient locture.theatro of the collrg), among a goodly company of representatives of almost all ra"ks and ages ; fathers and mothers were thoro, business men front the city with facos jiiarked by worry; and lads with life yet before them, all interested in examining with curious eyes a table covered with neat glazed packages and plates of variously-tiuted chips as the un. itiated thought them to be, The lecturer appnared punctually, and being shortly introduced, at once began to attack the subject. A man of shrewd business capacity and genial nanneors, he r could not be expectel to excel also inl rhetoric, but matter mlade up for lack in manner. Youth, wO are to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Council. MONDAY, OCTOBER 7TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. -0- Boroondara Council. Mosn.Yv, OcTonin 7Tht. Tihe ordilinry fortnightly Inmeeting of this council was held on thle above date, atltended by the following :-Cr. Hlicks (resident) in thile chair, and Crs. Taylor, S.-.ý,....,L.is..,a:.Srcoinnm..Jilrann,?])illon, YVeoir, mnntdClayton. .. Counnuaroxowca. From the property owners in Sunbury Crescent, Surrey Hills, asking the coun. cil t nake over that street on condition that the owners lpaid two.thirds of the cost of same. Cr. Taylor suggested that the conncil should write to the Rlilway Commissioners asking them if they were willing to lupy their portion of . tho,cost, as tine land was valuable to the '1liliiway ])Dlpartsment, Cr. Dillon said he regretted havinng to oppose the street being taken over, on the ground that it was not the required width. Cr. Ilrani said he intended to move a maotion that evening to the effect that the concnil should not take over any streets that were not tift. wide. It was decilded, oni the...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

TO TiIS KDlinIt Ovr TIIR ,iP.POIIT? R.I Rrs,-I strongly object to what may be called a piaper warfare, bult I cannot allow sOch astailinents to go ;before the public Its those mande by your contrilditor? who writes under tlhe cognomen of," TeonlBrown," with out a protest. I anm entirely responsible for the first part of the progranuno at the concert for Mrs. Ilearne's beoneflt and considering there has scarcely been ani entertainment for the last six yelsS that I have not been connected with, I should know something about them. I give Mr. Tom Blrown an unqualified denial, and it seems deplorable that the Press should be nade the medium of reeking some petty spite in reference to a bit of printing, which, by the way, was given to a local resident, and one Interested in the distriet, by publishing suoch scurrilous stoff. It is eartainly not in the interests of the district or of tile paper lieho represents. The whole articlo is stnoh a wild yell of ahblRo and threats that it it seeoom...

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DEPUTATION. OUTER CIRCLE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

DEPUTATION. OUT'ERI CIIICrI. ItAIAWAY. A deputation from the Iloroondaran Council wvaited upon the Premller yesterday for theI purpose of bringinglll under his notice the slow progress that the contractors for the Outer Circle line were making with the work. Tho deputation comprised the following gentlo. omen :-The P'resident (Cr. Hicks), Crs. Vear. Bieootnam and Taylor, and Messrs. Gall and Fordyce. Tihe deputation was introduced by Cr. Taylor, 1M.L.A., who said the Idlsutation wished to bring under the notice of the Premier the inconvenience and loss that the residents in thle Eastern Susurbs wore austaining through the contractors for the Outer Circlu Line of railway not pushing on with the work. lIe called upoll Cr. Iillon to lay the facts of thle casenu befolore tihe Premier. Cr. D)illon said a previou deplutation had Ilterviewed the Minister on this subject in November last, for the purpose of having the work pirocoeded with during the sumnmnOer months, but he regretted to say...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

* r torlnct't litprobcilltlt 21 iitutc, BLACKBU RN ---- -,-oc- WVlh, I 11 'YI:N IN TiIV RECREATION HALL, uN THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1889, COMMENCING AT 7.15 v,, CUAIIIMAN Ur. G. A. (UO)¢lIl'IN, Pr-OGRAM]?MME. PART I. 1 . . . CIIAIRMAN'S ADDRESS. 2. l'IANoronir SoLo • . . Mnil. STEADMAN, 8., SoENa . "British Lion " . E n. B ILRST. " 4. RacATIonN " ` v" Ba . WTT 1 ROMILOW. S5. SoNia . . Only to Seeo Her Face " • Mn, SKIELS, 0. GLEB Happy Peasants " CLACKBOUN GLEE 7. Cz.anoNer Sowo . Mn. BON. 8. Soxo . " Nevermore" , . Mane. BURRELL. 9. P'iANoronTrr SOLO . Mn. EALES, 10. Co'ic St2o " Keep away from the Girls " Mn. CIIAIGE. - 11. DuaCT " ' Larboard Watch " HMIwes. FOlRRESTIBr An 0AMPBELL., 12. Gs L . " Th Old Homesteand " CARLTON GLEE UNION. INTERVAL OF FIVE MINUTES. P'ART 'II. 1.; PidNobronTU SoLo Mn. STEADMAN, 2. GLas * . " jSe our Oars " IJLACKIUBUN GTLEE CLUB, S . So.?a . " The Old Abbey Buin " Mn. SKlIELS 4, ScmH xramI SAC?OlD DIAIIA " David ,C Goliath " Musens. COLD,, DIlAPERl, ANsN...

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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 — 10 October 1889

CORLURSPONDENCE. (lI'e dto not holl ouraee' resp ,jonslble for iiu~ioins e.rplrested bU (Jurryesindents.] TO TII EDI)ITORI O( Tile II.L'POITP.II. Suli,--lhavO runed with surpriso and regret the very 'ungenerous (not to say insulting) remarks under the heading of Plain Talk, by your correspondunt Tonit Brown, and claim in the spirit of fairness to be allowed to reply to the same. I need hardly inform you that the miotropolitan ofilco he, so nmuch objects to is represented by Inyself, and has been for the past twelve months; you will seoe by this, that I enjoyed the patronage accorded to mne now, long before your paper was Introduced to the world. According to Tom Drown it would scom as though I should havo cleared out of the 'district on your arrival, such, however is not nor over was my intention, With regard to those ratopayers who havo favoured my Ilrn with their orders, I presume they havo done what they thought hIst, backed up by the belief that they wera in a frao country, with...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. SURREY HILLS JUNIORS V. BLACKBURN SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

SPORTING. ---:a:- CLUCKET''. SuuarY IIlr.r.s JUNIORs v. I LACKllURN ESicoND ELavI.. The Surrey Hills Junior. opnood the soason by journeying to B]lack burn, where they met the Blackburn Second Eleven, who defeated tlhem by onll run.' Thu following are theoscores. Blackburn Second llovdn, 72, of which Pope made 15, Moreland 14, and Bail 18. Surrey Hlills Juniors mnad 71, the highest scorers being S. Wilson with 18, C. ?Dowon 15, Terry 7, J. Flotcher 7, Smith 7. Next Saturday Surrey Hills Juniors v. Kow Juniors at Surroy Hills. The Surrey Hills will le picked, from the following, who are roquested to be on the ground neal St. Georgo's Church by 2.15 p.m. sharp : Blowen (2,) Collins, Flotclor (2,) RIobison, Rlaynoent, Smith, Scott, Thomas, Terry (2,) Vine, Wilson T., and Zoplin (2.) Tie following is the rosult of the match betwoon Canterbury and Blaok burn on Saturday last:- lAcKIIuuN,*.-IT INNINias. F. Skeols, b 0. Fowlor, jun. .. 1 G. Charge o O. Fowler, son. .. 10 J. J. Minahan b Pr...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

TI) T11E 101110011 Or 1110 IIr:OnTI]l. Sin,--My attrlentionI han bOOe dirCctCd to soolni 10111110 contained in your last Isaac, 11nd10r 1 Lllh cading of I'Pain Talk, by Tom 1111own0I,' ill rOefle'eIIdu to tho late Variety IEllntlerlnilllmlent Iv by l Lhn to oxI ll Amateur llr I matnl\ and Musb~uicarl Club,. As; haIl en1 tIIe I i;;ht of the ulitl1Lllnlllll O it InI djo;;wt no Otil;wi tiao, 1 w;tloIly thr 0 11on 1~11111 ,11II til lio Ili:lt 0) J1) 10 l~ll'til~ly 10111111l that 110 1110 IIiYIId 'lolll'l 1 11 ill fy wlay 1 11 jI1l1 Briow d n n Ifl ltly have aol 1 enryo ,1ll byll thew elrl, bit lidu g1111] rtl oIln l 011sc tIelrllit 111ch1 inslt~~ ing oboolvaliuns 111 11hos0 linhlt) 000 of by Lain to gohi) pu)Oicit)Iy without protest it thIo uvidlet utohmono exhiibited thIrouighuout his irtitlo. I Biin (Ont bohialf of this Cotonlittoo) TIIOS. 1H. ItI1hhY, lion. Sea. -p-·

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

)pecial Advertisc? cnts SATURDAY, COTO3E?R12. MI'ICIIAMl Close to the TUNSTALL I1AILW'?\ Y STATION. ' " . W. DTJjY .: I. are favored wittl S ini truutions to Sall'hy Auictibi,"or tin urmund, on Saturday, 12th October, at ...,o'clook . ..- . . -................ 37 Valllblo Buildilng Allotmentr S " Having fontages to S:.... WHITE- HOIIH-lioAI)-,-: ..... 1lC'rlloeh and Nicholson-streets. S Tunstall is "·, . A.u'IDLY L INCRPAS?rTN IN IMI'OIT. : ANCE. ITnm addition to- other extQnsivP worls, thi Tutstalb Brlli'ck and? Potteqy Go. .lihited nia; now turning out 1lotI,t00( brtekswecckly, wit;l ian over-increasing domand, and with th? ,*, ndditional.workla ,now. anpproaching complu. t oni Alitchnmnt u:st eventually become, thu STAFFO1t1) OF AUSTlRALIA, already rivalling IBrunswick as a brick-manu. tf eturing centrei . . The' district is one of the most healthful' being 5001t. ABOVE SEA LEVEL. All trains stop at 'Install, the lox Hlill tro.'c a now being continued to llingwood. Surveyors--Ilr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

BURTON & KNOX, RSTAI3l.ISI ED) 18 . CARRIAGE BUILDERS, ]3:l?R?,1OOD ROADL), IHAWT'HORN. SHighest Awards Melbourne Contennial and Adolaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late National . - Agriuitm'~nd Socnioty's Show. Carriages, 1Buggies, 'h uetons, Gigs, &c., in stock and built to oril'deoi RlEPAIRIS AND IIINOVATINO(. (IUAIRANTIERI AIJ WORK. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. 1[\ILLINIIERY AND DRAPERY .1 NSTAIIISII\ENNT. STATION STnNIT, Box III.L.. The Ladies of Box Hill and Surrounding Districts are invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they have on hand a Splendid Assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY IN TIEn, NEWEST STYLES. Also, A Good Assortment of Ladies' and Childrens' Underclothing, hosiery, and Gloves. Also, Plain and Fancy Ribbons, &c. CHEAP. STRAW IIHATS A SPECIALITY° Aspinall & McMurdie, lIOUSSE, L.I.YD ie ST:.l Tl .c A GETS, onaNER OF STATION & RUTLAND STS. S.. .... :_ ..: EBOX H ILL. LOCAL, AGENTS FOil l'letoril In...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

SLOCAL NEWS. Attention is directed to the ihmunnns sale of drajiery at" Lailgford's, ''inltns"'i hlouse, Ihridge-road, ltiohlund." A trial was ifiiand yoi?irday of the train. way between D)oncanter and I:ox Hill, when t duliuity w?vts run over thlil" li Tho. trial proved Ia success. i Tho fourth anniversary of thIl \WVoslyan Sunday School, IIox 1ill, will be colcblnted next liutnay.\ The tea anud ,mblio mecpting will be hIld on itl fIlluwii' T'iesday. Full particulars in Iadvertianupt. The Nunawading Council closed its' Innn. -yiat lgar onthe I0thOl of- last n, Ionthllwitlh a dredit balance of nearly one thoeusaind pounds. This o.tct speaks olunues .or the business capaciy' of 'the slhii'6 secretary, Mr. J. IU' Taylor, for after all, the successful work of th, corporation depends int a yary grcat meansir tnpdoit that' gentlemian. ioe has to advise and direct the Council, which! has done a deal of woork during the last year;i and wo.aro glad to sea that he has br9ught the Council to ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

ON. of thbe principal -quostions thiat thl Nunamwauipg.Counci) will bo called upon to deal with in tliofuturo will be that of drainage. During the excite ment of thi land boom largo blocks of land wero cut up and sub-divided by syndicates who paid no attention whatever to . drainago. This is a question which nveor troubled them. All that they had to deal with was tle one grand motive of making theu hnd yiold a handsolnl return, and so long as ithoy did >t?at: thoir' object was gaiiuol. lhoistes hitvo boon built on thel vacib.lt allotmnents, but no attempt ']liibnani.Ulo 1i eadlshli a1 syitom of drs lmaqg, wlhiuby.iall thi nautlouts liqlids icould bo. carried away. Naturo hai8 giyon botl) to 13ox Hill and Surruy lills rinmarkablo aidvanitagos in this respect--theo nhtural 'coitour of thd couiltry is visilo to the naked "oyo, and ono can soo at a ghmuco how a system of drainago could be dovised so that all the rofuso water could be con voyed to ono largo sower, and thon. carried aw...

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MITCHAM CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

MITCHAM CRICKET CLUB. -o- Tho following are the arrangments of the above for the season 1889-90: Sept. 28, Ringwood at Mitcham. Oct. 5, Fern Tree Gully at Mitcham. Oct. 12, Coppin at Mitcham. Oct. 10, Wanderers at Mitcham. Oct, 20; Box Hill at Mitcham. Nov. 2, Vacant. Nov. 9, N. Molb. Excelsior at Mitcham. Nov. 10, Guildford at Mitcham. Nov. 23, Collingwood Zingari. Nov. 30, Jolimont at Mitcham. Dec. 7, Hughden at Mitclham. Dec. 14, Blackburn at Mitcham. Dec. 21, Sands & McDougall at Mitcham. Dec. 28, Doncaster at Mitcham. 1890. Jan. 4, Southern Cross at.Mitcham. Jan. 11, Pleasure Seekers at Mitcham. Jan. 18, Fern Tree Gully at Fern Tree Gully. Jan. 25, Box ltill at Box Hlill. Feb. 1, Guildford at Surrey HIills. Fob. 8, Darktown at Mitcham. Feb. 15, Blackburn at lluckbnur,. Feob. 22, Rich ?tndl latchelora atMitchanm Maar. 1, Sands & McDl)ougall at Mitcham. Mar. 8, D)oncastcr at Dloncaster. Mar. 15, Canterlbury at Mitcham. Mar. 22, Cambridge at Mitcham. Mar. 211, Coll...

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BLACKBURN CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

BLACKBURN CRICKET CLUB. ---:o: List of matches to be played by the Black burn Cricket Club 1889-00: WHERE   DATE NAME OF CLUB   PLAYED         1889. OcT. .5 .. Canterbury Canterbury ,, 12 .. FitT.roy 2nd Eloven llackburn 11) .. Clio ,, 20 . lSt. Phillips Nov. .. x 11111ll liox Hill 1 9 .. Doncaster Bllackburn 10 .. Slands and M'Dougall , t,, 2 .. llhngwood 80 .. Canterbury DC'. 17 .. (uildford 14. .. Mithatmn Mitchamn ,,21 .. Wandereras . lhankburn 28 ..Ilhughendon 181W. JAN. 4 .. 'Thos. WObb & Sons - 11 .. Sands and M'Dougall ,, 18 .. Norwood lhurwood 25 .. llingwood Ringwood FEB. 1 .. lox H]ill lllackburn 8 .. Doncatcer Doncaster 15 .. Mlitchant Blackburn 22 .. Clio MAR. 1 .. Hlughenolen , 8 .. Darktown 15 .. The Pleasure Seekers ,, 22 .. Norwood . APL 5 .. Fitzroy 2nd 12 .. East Melb. Rovers 19 .. Fern Tree Gully not arr'ng'd 2,, 0 .. Vacant

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ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Unllder tlhi heading ii inrerttel, free of charge, the nao andt address of every one aldvertisminlg regularly in our collnll. Alny ativartiser wlise name ifay have been oetitlted is requested to coullllunlniealce at tlhe olilce. Architects A. E. Olarko, Blackhburn. (. V'. Ilackburne, l)ox.lHill. Auetioners- hiradley and Curtain, Mlitahamn. lakers A. Lawson, White Horso Rload, Box 1111. Ilanks- , r lEnglilsh, Scottlish nd Australian Chartered IBank. Melolbourne Savings BaInk, ,Johnl Alsop, Actuary. 1oes' Hupply Company Il. T. Clambers, , Franklin Street, Melb. Bisauit ,Manufacturer Swallow and Ariell, Port Melbourne. llanckhnithlu and Wheelwrights .crgnlan and 0alltlu, Canterbury-road, Box Ilill. A. Olennic, White llorae.road, Box 1lill. (Ico. Newman, (tlnham-st., Port Moth. C. Hutton, White Hlorse Itoad, Box lHill. Boardinghouso- A'. T. Lovi, Cantlorhury Rd., Surrey HIills. Booksellor- C. E. Ellingworth, Main Road, Box Ilil. Uootmnakers J. Goad, Statlon.st., ...

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE LITTLE FRAULEIN. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

THE ZT-ORIY-TELLER. O--o "Hl'hE U.ITTr':.I 1"T.I, 'L.EV. CIIuIruII V. nge dislppeanrod fromnl tile orchesltra, and ruslling round to the bank:of tile satnge, cried in a hoarnse voice to the pronlmpter, :': " Ring down tile clitain I ' A hell tinkled the bore Ihots\a to deAsenid; and when the heavy wooden roller fell with a thud oil the stage, and the courtinl hung like a plnl bletwcet the aundione and him, then Philip know that he had failhid. A nloment later he founld hiusellf in n ,lark passage heolhlid the stage, and tlinging hin. sell lull 'length onI the boaslds, he subbed like obhil. liy.andr.by the curtainl rose again; K?aulbars g6t'over his spasms as best he mlnigill ; and when Mario, loosening the " silver slhower" of her lotls, made the theatre ring with melody, the audienco forgot all about Philip, and cared ionly for their little goddoes, who never failed or disappointed thenm. Philip solibd unheoled in the dark cor* ridor, but presently there was a stop beside ..... him...

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BLACKBURN V. FITZROY (2nd Eloven.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

'T1he followiij is tLi result of the match played Iotween thle ailbove.inamid club oil Saturday lar;t :-- IAculrIIca n,. --ler INiINn. J. SiOu?Iy, not out .. .. .. 101 (1. Charge, c C'Murdio b Tarrant .. 0 I'. 1'E, l'narryl, c Smiith b lBarr .. i rI. C. Combih, c Tarra''unt b Tarrnlt .. 4 1, O'Kodei , Ii lh liert:lon .. .. 23 L. T. ].urlk, ) lharstow .. .. J. Sincoby, b lnartow . ., 9 F. Sliclo, .h.w., It lolertson .. 7 M'Lollhn, b Tarrant... .. .. 10 MIortiioer, stpl,. I lettegrow ., 5 T. Uhil, b llobert;on... .. . 1 Snundries .. .. . .. 10 Total-. .. .. .. 181 - IT - FrcY.-1r1xx IznNs.iN - Pottigrew, a 1'arkaes b M'Comnb. ., Williams, b M'Comb .. . 4 J. lSmith, b OKcefo .. . O Barstow, b O'I{eofoe.. . 2 lobertson, b M'Comb .. 10 C. Smith, b O'Keefo.e ., .. O Tarrant, a MPLoan b M'Comb .. 8 I'Curdia, b Mortimer .. . 10 larr, ruln oullt, b I'Oolml . . 0 SJ. ]nil, o Park b Mortimer .. .. O 11. Brown, not out .. ". 8 Sundrics .. .. . - . 2 Total- .. .. .. 48 For Blackburn M'Comb and O...

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MITCHAM V COPPIN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

hIlTCH.A.: V CoPPLIN. The abovo clubo mnot on Saturdny lant on the ground ol tlhe former, when tho local Lenta Lcored a rather easy win. T''he visitors were tho first to tako the wickiet, and wero ll disl,osed of for II. In tlheir innLing litchaln mado 115, aIlder withl 2.1, and 'lIhoman ilooro with 20 Ieiing tllhe principal acoreri,. For Mlitclhaml, Hwift for 20, anld '. 'iturs 5 for 1 wero thle Imot Isuccessful with the leather, and Wiluon and Hillon with foulr wickets cach, bowled well for the losers. "ull score tIs foullow Corria. Takhtan, o Swift .. .. O Ml'LeIlso, c Swift .. .. .. 2 Pl'reaton, b Swift .. .. .. 11 (llon bI TlLhatcher .. .. .. 8 'ow Lhill I Swift........ .. 2 )eahladhr, b Swift . ., 2 WVihlon, b Titu .. .. .. 2 own, h Titu .. .. . 0 Moon, b Titu .. .. . O l'hillip, a Swift. .. .. .. 1 (Ihlul; ly, not out0 . .. 0 SuLndriei .. . ..,, 8 Total .. .. .. . 7[ITCII.A, .' MrLrollanld, b WVilon .. ... . 8 M?OlL, stLufped P'reton .. .. 20 Lo;uden, c (hllon .. .. .. 21 Cro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

'a. SERPELL, ORIGINAL BOX" IILL DRAlEIR, COINEltR STATION & MIAIN ROADS, 0 HILL, BOXS IIIIL, ) E(;S to infor!m is numerois COnstomora . and the Illnhabitants of Box Hill and urroundIing dlitricts that 11ho Ias opend up a Complete ,Stockl of Spring Goods. Specialities, Prints. Millinery, Dress Stuffs. LADIES' & GENTS' GUARANTEED KID GiOVES, FLANNELS, CALICOES,; SIIEETINOS, TAULE LINEN, &e. &0. SPLBNDID STOCK OF HOSIERY. MEN'S & ROY'S CLOTIIiNG, MEN'S iMEROCERY. SOLE AGENT FOR MAIl'S CELEBRATED OOTS & SHOES H ESSLE HFOUSE SUI1REY IlILLS. KINDER GARTEN AND GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL. MIISSES GREESHAVL IMATIRICULATION CLASSES: BMISS A. G(lESIIAM, 1.A. Formerly of l1ru~byterian Ladies' Collcgc. Fourthl Term begins 8th October. VacancicI for Boarders. NEW COLLEGE BOX HILL. A. R. Stepholiilso, B.A. 8IRCO()ND MASPEI;I: STUART STEPHENSON, B.A. (Oxfordl) Heholhr of o'pu (1 hristi Colleg., ?e, First rp.IcI'l (()oml n ce , l el. ,i ti, IS?)O. Vacuacioes f...

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DISTRICT RAILWAY TRAFFIC, 1889-90. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

DISTRICT RAIL?WAY TRAFFIC, 1889-90. --0--- Tho annual report of the Victorian IRailways' Conilhnssioners, forthe year ending 30th June, 1889, was recently laid before Parliament, and from it; we propose to extract such items as are of ntorests to residents of Nunawanding and the eastern portion of Boroondara. Wo deal, therefore, with the traffic of the following seven stations :--Canterbury. Surrey Hills, B]ox Hill, Blackburn, T'un stall, Mitlcham, and llingwood; and also the lingtwood siding, the trafflc at which is confined to goods. As is well known to our readers, only a portion of suburban passenger trains, which run from Melbourne to Cambor well, continue their journey beyond the latter station. Of these, a few ire through trains to Lilydalo, etc., tile rest only running as far as Hox Hill, where some of them connect with a service-to Ilingwood, it beinig necessary for pas soengors to chanige at Box ]lill. Twv·olro months ago, however, it was necessary to chango trains at Camb...

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