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Box Hill and Doncaster Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

Box Hill and Doncaster Tramway, Thop pronotors of tho BIox IlillI-Doncaoter Trainwnvay, dotorvo to bo comnmondtd for tak. ing in hand such a bold and hazardous un dortaking. T.hii tramway: will bo the moans of oponing up. the intorveolning country bo. twcon Box HILll and Doncastor, and will havo tho effool st Inducing podplieto sottle on thile land, who would othor:viso not hlavo thought of doing so. By this means of transit the roaidonts of Doncastor can raholh Box iill in a journoy that will iot take mnoro thian ,20 minuteos to peofornm, and they ciCn afoly ro ly upon rcoaching Molbourno in an hour. Thus it will beo eon thl tho tramnway will bo ot'f gra orvid6 to tho'inhabitants of that locality, who wore put to conidlerablo trouble overy timo thir b?usineosa cnalled thonem to the city. Tho country through which the line passo is admirnably adapted for rcildcntlial lLrpo3s0-:-in fact it may obe atid to i thaI pick of thu dimitrict, an, p?rsons cammot g'm) wronlg ill purchl limm lh...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

BOX BILL WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHIOOL, TIo fourtlh anniver'aryf of the abovo school was celebrated on SCnday last, and lhas proved, in nnay respects, tile most .sauccessful yet hold ile connection with the school. The cherlh wao baeautifully decor. ated, flowbrs and feeit beOing very artistically arranged on the walls and pelpit. Tlhe Slav. W.. E~ rolaielow oeeDnlvi te peelitct.. at tise e oreilfl end o eviinag servlces, and tile l1ev. A. E. Albiston, M.A., ddroasscd the eparents and sclholarn il the aflloternoon. All thie ?eorvics wore well attended. The United Freeoo MIcethlodist Sunday Solhool lhad receivedl an invitation toattend the afternoon servico whichl they eaededl to. On Tueeday the tean and Ipublic meooting was held. A largo gathering assemocbled at the tena, and the churchl was wvell filled at the Ipublio meotling. Mr. T. G. Atkinson, of lawthlorn, proesided, and gave a good address. lIr. A. E. OGarsildo, the scrotary, read the report, whlsih sehowed that the sehool had mado...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

.? .:." TIIF BL?.?QUE?T. After the metropolitan portion of tho viaitors hIlad boon convoyeod, to Doncaster by theo tram, a banquet was sorvod at tho Tower IHotol, to commnmonrato theo successful coin. pletion of th works. MIr. William Mondor, thie lhairmirn of 'thl.io.llill alid Doinoesetor Tramway Compalny, prosiddcil, having oil his right Mr. E. 1. Cameoron, IM.,lA., and Mr., O. J. IamlinM.L.O.; and oli his loft MI' JanieO Unlltlour, M.L.O., and Mr. F. Stuart, M.L.A. Thero was also:preosent--Mr. O. P. Taylor, M.T.A.; Mr. . .. lDixon, M.L.A.; Profoessor K(ernot, Captain ltowanm hMr, II. J. Fink, Or. Iliek, theo president of the Dloroondars hlire; Or. ]IHnagihtol, prcesident of the Ntun wading tiiro; Cr. lTluittr, president of the lIlTlIci shiiroi; hlr. A. J. Arilot, tho sutper IhteidhIi, t hiIelr.Ld:hI oi theI L tratmwlY,; Mhr. 1t. F. (low, thIo illtelrltary of thLe coii piany, amii othler:t. The preidelitt redi a t(lteirlllr flo thel ,t mietlclijir who exprosseld lli rlt?eict that...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Great Wonga Park. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

The Great W_ onga Park. IrThe famoun Wnntlt a o cii k ia ituated in the rarish .f WVara dl.?ct,, inidway Inetw 'cen An d|tron' lrl rck and liillhydl. It hi a large, lrollltI Io 1 .the hliivr Yarl;l, Vwhil,} I A it it n )bl ti~ Inl-in iii the nol.,ltin,; no.1 n c~ithl~inoinii: ~ lids ti 10"!10't~lccl 01(··1·L rotte olilih )lrw t·~n mot,-~o~ loolkling strean asI it vind. its torturouin wayI thoub'h the unduhatingla hd of this sp~lcndid and picturesti' no e tat cr, \hih rl 'nl s c n to - ward;s to Ia point iln ilo pre proximit t0o White rt "o llnoad. It c.mlricl an acmra of 170 tacrOw of rich and ftltilc land, which, for ila licclt nt Oc. ir0lc , ciII t bll sur In 1 d. lhat l', tion on tIhI e:n ,atc which lh.ns a front ago o the Yu(rrti tOrei?lhhs the lnld of Stlh-l icy lark, while that which ri"i.11 in the dinic. tion of White Ilorso Ilnad ma11y I , ,,aid ho be a t -it o i l" oI the co tl rly cnlltglollu l to I 10x tHil and toncanti r. Thi .e;tato, when, Ittr ho.wn, ii detin.d to cli;...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. -0l-- Nunawading Council. Tuss.DAY, OcTonsalu 15Tir. Pr'eseillt-Cr. ] aughlton (President.), in the chair, and Crs. Morton, Ml'Arthur, Hloadley, ]Ellingworth, P'epporill, Cooko, anrid ishop. CosRRKoRNDEsCR. From 1[. 11. Ioherts, jun., stating, that he had made a mistake in his tolnder for couitract No. 13:. Hle asked the council to cancel his contract and refund him his delcposit. Cr. lishop moved that if the contractor failed to tinko up his contract the deposit should be forfeited. Tlio motion was secondedl bl y Cr. ML'Arthlnr and carried. t)uring the discussion of this letter very strong language wal s usedt against dlefaulting contractors who made a kind of convenience of the council. Fromi the Post Omico Department, in* forming the council that there were throeo mail trains runninig daily beotween Afolbourno and Ifealesvillo, and request ing to be informedl which train the council wouhl select to have the second nmail to and front Iilackburn conveyed by. IReceived...

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CANTERBURY V. DARKTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

CANrERoaUi v. DoAreKWW. A very olnjoyablo mnatch was played on Saturday last, when the Darktown, a club hailing from Ricihmond, visited Canterbury. The dark gentlelnen had first strike, and owing to Carroll making 22, the decent total of i5 was put upl. Thils ought to have been abouit 50, but the two last batomnoen got the oleidsmen in a flurry, and by sharp running added the other 15. To top this, O. and F. Fowler went to the wickets. They did not, however, remain long together, the former being caught in the long-field, and the two next batsmen going for 5 only, but E. Fowler joined his son and quickly totted up 20 runs, and as J. Fowler carried on the run.gotting, assisted a trifle by each of the four next batsmen, tho total was 15 for eight wickets when tihno was called, F. Fowler carrying out his bat for a well-played and by no means tumeo 50. The followilng are the scores: DARtKTOWN. Coles, b 0. Fowler .. .. .. 7 Itushlton,b 0. Fowler .. .,. 1 Carroll, C. Fankhauser, b 0, Fowl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

SECIIH*ARY's ??EIPOIT. The secrotary reported that he had Ihad all the necessary legal notices undor the [ealnth Act printed, signedlc and sealod, an had served1 r thle greater part on owners of hIndt abutting on prilvato stroeets in Surrey HIills, and a search inhad boen made in the titles ollice for names of owners unlknown to hiln. In order to claim tile Government gradit for con. •struetion of bridges, the pilans had beeIl submitted to theo lPblio Works Depart. Inont. A? compl llaint haIcl Icoi ado to Iim in referenico to a fallen log on the west end of 8pringllel.drond, which had been cut iup and removed by a resident in the nlcighbourhood. It appears the log in quostion formed a sort of footbridge by which the children orossed a little gully going to and fromn school, and its re. moval has caused inconvenience. el had found out the namno of the manl who had cut uip and remnovcd the tree, ntnd requostedt instruotions as to what pro. ccdings should be taken under section t)S of ...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. BOX HILL V. SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

SPORTI NG. ----:0:- C1mUCKE?. BOX IHILL V. SURRERY HILLS. On BSaturday thoe lox Hill and Surrey IHills Cricket Clubs played a friendly match on the ground of the latter.,, Tiole wicket was very batimpy, especially towards the lnd of the galnco. The captain of'thle Surrey Hills tens having won the toss dciided upon going to the wickets. Fletcheor and Marsh being the first to hanmdle the willow, to the trundling ofl P'ayne and Garsido., Flqtl)or after mak. ing on felol a viotlunto Payno. Bowen filled the vacanoy, and he.and .Mlirsh seemsd to get hold of tile bowling, and it was not until the latter had totted up 8 that Garsido dis covered a weak point In his defence, he having tossed tile ball into Lawson's hands. The latter being under the impressioIn that such a chanc might not again' occur, took tile precaution when lonce thle ball got into his hands to hold it. When the second wicket toll Surrey ills had madieo 21 rlns, a very good beginning. Haweer .was the next to appear at the ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

M R.GEORGE )NIGHT, (OlotN INi'olrlt.) IWt.?'r lstito.1) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, viEb IU R N E, ?, (li8 trove to eqatlul t the lou at ry nld tho Ith alle thnt he ,lf, rtooally ron,ioo Co ran an| Iltl|Oom , wiO ,lotho l till, plhlhtel t Ialt n or blhevll·r . C(tooIllo., Inlrl i.oiRo Too Na11*, Ond hther o Ilu otIuotodm t i t tI.l (IWetu1, of tlltl rolot r'movlloo . II1 o ll o , tI ll to ed ol I t oleufro o llroLIul' 00" 'WQ r - A.'T. 1 •? 7 "o , IOn o ,. tr . ' alleerotl. n fre lt , or, rt. otll wloi nllt tlo Oo'lt Itll JlatllloO ot 1 h1,. M rl . Ite o elo . o .e lot dlltlll It ii,'eI) ? go?' illoootr to i|tll iro b'llllillotln,'d tIl too teYI) 'Iouol . tO luoltltoO Lto Iln| of oltoorot ortot oollr oo i1oo roly oolelY fIlo rolPorl o11o o)ooii o u1 ojI IIrootooltt io|, r oll hti o oto fll NI O t th 0 tolh etoo|t IV·I) II'utOllHna 1tilll l loli, i. lilt~llhl I·1Itrtitlll nla ll,|$ t?Tt llw |ttH ibt · I, r tt. I |louu wL~, hllr o |,e9 tlljl ll ?Q ?Qire O~ ? " Ithoraol tof l? t rto lor slont , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

Council Advicrtisonents. SHIRE OF NUNAWADINCG. TE ND B S. IL b reoeived at tho Shiro Thall, flox Ilill, up to 2.80 p.m., on Mon da$., 28th inst., for. (ho following works: CONTAcT .l1-Fornmation of footpath, and . challnnolling Canterbury RIoad. .oNTRACr 15-EIarthwork and formation of footpath Biirwood Raioad itt .. Durwood. "CoSrator 1I--Fonuation and .meotalling South 1Boundary Road, near lFoord's aud Hoadley's S.A doliosit of five per cent. on amount of Tendor must be enclosed... ... Plans and specifieations at Shire Hall. No toulor Inccessarily accepted. " ' By order, J~. II. TAYLOR, Shiro Secretary. *Dox Iill. October G16th, 188. Special Advortiseomonts. STATUTORY Notico to Cirlltoa.--Ro SISAAO STEADMAN POWNER. Do. ccased.-Pursuant to the provisiops of tho Statute of Trusts 1801, notice is hIereoby given ihat all persons having any OLAIMS against the ESTATE of Isaano bteadman Pownor, lato eo L.Ta, Vale, Nunawiding, in'the colony of Vitoloria, laiborer, deceased, intestate (who ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

BURTON & K.X, CARRIAGE BUILDERS, -BLTIR11rOO'D ]R0AD, H- -A1VTHIIIOR?N. Highest Awards Melbourneo Contennial and Adelaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the lato National Agricultural Society's Show. Carriagcs, Iuggica, lPh:artons, Gigs, &c., In stock and' built to 'ordir.i llI1PAIIS. AND RuNOVATINO. (iUAnANTEE ALL. WORK. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. I[1LLIN ltY AN D I) Rl) AAPIRYl I{STAIH.ISIIM l':'T. STATION STINNT,. .ION HII.T,.. The Ladis :olf Dox lill and Surrounding Districts aro invited to coiall at N. & L. COLLINGS, As tlhey have on hand a tSplendid Astor1llmenl of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY.. ., . 'IN TIlE NEW\\'EST ST'YLES. Also, A Good Assortmntln of Ladiee' nand Childenh' Undlerclollthing, Ilosiery, and (lImoves. Alco, Plainu anil lancy lihbons, Ac,. CIICAI' STRAW IAT'rS A SPECIAIrITY. Aspinall & McMurdie, il,;jotUS, 1.."s) .s R'S1T.'. ,I.QTS, " IIfIltt 0 , STATION & RUTLAND STS. I"0X -IL.L. IXOCAL AGEN'rS .on V'lcoria, lswnlnc...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

LOCAL NEWS. A fnratolass concert is to given in the locrnetion. Hill, lBox Hill, on Friday, 1st November, in aid of tho Prosbyterian Church Organ Fund. Theo committco intend making this one of the best concorts yet held in Box Hill. A grand bnzaar is to beo hold in connection with the Surrey Hills Wesloyan Chlurh, on thoe 0t!h and 8lst of October, andL the let of November. An important land salo, will be hold at Box 1Hll on Saturday, '20th October. Tile land to bo offered wias; formerly known ias thle Iacecourso Paddock, and is now called IIopotoun. Estato. " This 6stato is situato close to the station between the line runnllln to tle IBrick Works and Elgar Road, and un doubtedly comprises some of tile best land in Box Hill, A.pqthwaty is now mIade froml thoe station right oli to :the estate, and a roanl will also be opened up leading into Station. stroot, closo to tho. tatloir. Tile outlook from the land is very fino. From IIopotoun 1'arado, whilh runs along the lino, Ia splbndid v...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

Tiu opening of tih Box lIill-Doncaster Elootrio Tramway miarls a now epoch in the history of this rising district. Ddncastor is now connected with thl city of Melbouron with a motive power which bids fair to revolutionise tho world. What thu State has fjilud to accomplish private enterpriso has takon in hand and carried out in a successful and praiseworthy manner. Every resident in the distriot should be proud of the notion which has prompted the promoters to riso and make the tramway which conncots Doncaster withi the leading metropolis of the southern hemisphoro. Thoy havo carried out anl undertaking which will tond to iminortaliso their names in tle bright and sunny land of Aus tralia. They have been the instru monts of demonstrating; ono of the actual facts and revelations of scionco, and when thio directors of this com pany shlll havo joined the great nmajority they will leave behind them footprints in the sands of tino. Is it not a hligh honor to think lthat tile first Electri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BLACKBURN CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1889

BLACKBURN CONCERT. A very enjoyable evening was spent at Blackburn on Thursday evening last, when a concert given in connection with the Work men's Inprovement Association took place in the Recreation Hall. The platform was very tastefully decorated with flags and Chinese lanterns. Cr. Goodwin occupied the chair. He said it afforded him great pleasure to be in that position at the first concert given in connection with the association. Although he had been the promoter of the association he found that there were many who were quite ready to co-operate with him and give it a good name, and it had been successfully inaugurated and carried on up to the present time. The association had been formed with tho view of helping the working men in the district to improve them- selves both intellectually and socially, and. he was glad to say that a large number had availed themselves of this opportunity thus afforded. He then called on Mr. Steadman to play a pianoforte solo which was very well...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MITCHAM V. WANDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

°DIITall~a3 V. NVAsnrslllsns. 'hlis match Wai.s playedl at MIitehamn, aui resulted in a r draw slightly ini flavor of the locatl tonalu, who) lutttc' lirst, land suIccededl i Coumpilinmg the roMjuetLelll lo total of I I4 b uilrtu they wore dlis, isst :l . ''lie \\Watultv Irt ha t uvuit n wicetsI dti t t u f ti 55 till Scresis lhllo vs :--" Cuirll~nul, n l, r e 4 -wi)t.ltnl c Puuuu I .. . . .. 1.1 '1h. uutchr 1, It ilutut flu. . otan .. ... 18 '. Ci. 11.(I 11 5.· · I M -1w inlulII! 1 I 1 .11''111.. I, 1 ·· ·· · . 1ý lles ltI .uau .. .. 18.'. Total 11 ` A. Craven, a Titus ...... 0 Stock, b Titu .. .. .. 20 HIarrison, h 'titi s .. .. .. 0 W. Craven, h Titus .. .. .. 0 Jones, not out .. 0.. W. IlHemmer, li Thatcher .. .. 7 Smith, not out .. .. .. 10 Ilemmor, h 'Thatlher .. .. 10 Suldries ... .. 8 Total for seven wickets .. 55 On Saturdlay next Mitcham will be closen from the following against Iox 1Iill:-Cook, Croon, Cornwall, ]ibib!y Lalsr.u·, L[.,,,., tl]..tgl,.., IlL Titus, ,W. Titus,...

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BLACKBURN V. CLIO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

r,..tcnUURaN V. CLIo. Tile match played atl. Blackblurn on Saturday last between tlho Clio and Blackbulrn clul,, resulted in an easy win for the local club, who scored 178 runs for the loss of four wickets.. When the captain of the locals do hlarod his innings at an and and sent Clio to the wickets, they succeeded in making a total of 3fi, and in the second innings scored 80, leaving Blackhurn winners. Chargo, for Blackburn, kept wickets splendid; stumping four in the first and four in the second innings of the visitors. Appended are the scores : hr.ACKx)UltN. S. Snoschy, aTodd b Patterson .. 101 J. J. Winahan, b 1)Bdhaml.. 28 - G. Charge, a Godllard b Badhan 0.. 1:. W. Parry, b Badham .. .. 2 11. T. Park, not out .. ...27 Sundries .. .. .. 20 Total for four wickets .. 178 Culo.-1- T INsNINs. Craig, a Park b M'Comb .. .. 8 Steel, b S. Snceaby .. .... 0 ]ladham, a Parry b M'Comlb . 10 lPatterson, stpd. Charge b S. Snoosby 3 Todd, , , ,, .. 1 Godlard .. .. 12 llobby, a Minahan b M'Oom...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

CO I,??I.ON I) ,11 N E , TOi) TilS I;DLTOIi OFl TIue I Pi'dIiTi;. - StI.-WVill you kindlly allow Inm space to cilll the attnlltion of the raltopaye'rs of tl.Slhiro of Nltlllluawdingi to thoe way in which the council is allottling the liamounlts to be paid by the various owners for making of private streets in Windsor Park, Surrey Hills. The Council says that it intends to tako over theo roals and ciharge the owners one . hall tho total cost. Indl with tllat, I presume, no one objects, bllt the Cunlieil, Ils adopted a llmost Illjllst way of allotting the niomount to be paid by tile pro perty owners-that i is instead of charg ing anccording " to .tle frontago they are calunialing on the aspuerlfiial area (and why P) for the vi'ry 'reason that they should not hvoe dlone. They any. thIt the i llotlnis are so irreguilar. Just so, For instance, tike two illot. ineIls of equal frontage ailuoiiing; say one is tlil ft. in dlepth, and the othlier 2X00 ft. Iow., ?in iany one oitsilde the coaln...

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Victorian Architectural & Engineering Association. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

Victorian Arclitoctural & Engi nooring Association. On Snturdiy, l?1hi inst., aoliut ihirty ilelnllbers of this Association, under tile escort of Mr. G. V. ]llnclchurno, tihe P1resident, left 1 Ill rinco's Bridgo Sin. lion to visit the Auiistrlin Blrick and Tesselnted Tile Coiipnlty's works. Upon their arrival they were courleoiisly ro. roived by the manllger, "Mr. E. . iE. W\\aller, whlo fully explaiiii'd all tihe pro. teCses of tlie mallllnufctur of Lt vrlll'iolls kinds of tiles., ldrain pipes, bricks., .?.. for which this compliny is fmnlOls. rheo first islleeluin was thatll of the clay pits, the oiit-pu..t from which is wsell adailpted for tile making. Thle complny'sil works are luilder excellent and econlomical manlagelent; eve thie wastl el y niii suited for mlking tiles is utilised for bricks, thus snving the expenise of enrl ilig ilaway. After visiting. the clay pis, of which there are soveral, thle Associa tion next proceeded to inspoect thoe nna. chlines, &...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. BOX HILL V. DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

SPORTING. ---:0:-- CITCKlilET. BOX IIILL V. DONCASTER. On Saturday last the Box IIll team of cricketers journeyed to Doncaster, whore they met the club of the latter 1placo. lThe I)oncaster players must have been in excellent form, judging from the easy victory they gained over their opponents. There was only timno to play a one innings match, 'I'hn ItOx 11ill 6aoln warn the firt to handle the willow, but they could not do muuch against the bowling of Cronin, Bullon, and Jolhnson. Tite only man to make a stand was E. Payne, who got to gother a weoll made 22, when ihe was caught by Mullon off Cronin. Tile neoxt highest scorer was W. Meoader, who soon placed 8 to his credit, when loe was got rid of by Johnson. The other players failed to make any stand, the innings closing for a total of 52 runs. After a short rest Whitton and. J. Cronin went to the wickots to face the bowling aof Casey and Garside. Whitton, after making two singles, in attpmpting a short run saw the hales taken off b...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

trr. -\\ill i l '?yo l v mil e Tl ,. Iihroli gh i h , IIllilill y sinr ll nl ( I lll)IIl' ll ()llruS j1l'S'? 1113 Silll'l' 12Illlll/i 111 S Ii l ' Ih IIIIIl'l'll'I l? 'rienlds \ho r(tnl '-,r l .rw llh pIn .l III , ill to Il' ill IIII re l I lln if 'r:nn . I II lll si 1 I ýould '?Sjp,' iIlly Inu1 t1li,'ii the l nl - ia s ti ll \ I 'l' lilr lll ' I 1,o Ii', 2w1. iii Ilt il ll h L l . ,ill ,ll 'I,' I hi1 l i entlir. In ho . o ill'-:t ,Iho, h,?" ir till)( in e .a s t 'sin Ithe?" lisruie" for subril.:1 rh , rli.'ll Ih alln iilli'I Vt lh.y i .:h so' 11r111 \wI l n11 1 ii'e fle sllt' ll.l'l'iilIl 'ur theiii to d i .pose ,f nL their id is tcreti,.li . Yol 's I 'truly. "I'c?uit Iltt.MAX.

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