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ESSAY ON MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

ESSAY ON MUSIC. --0---- . Tho following ossay was road boforo tho iimembors of theo Box Hill Mutual Improvoe ncont Assooiation on.Mionday night by Mr. T. Luko, son. There was a full attoelnrnce, and the louturi was .much apprecintiud by those proesnt: The locturer treateld lis subject under four heads, viz., vocal, instrnumental, sncred, and secular. Ito illustrited the power of nusio over the sorrowful and disconsolato by ro forring to (leo. Christian Nouwnnrk,- who with his violincullo inil lil swuul voice was Io isucosuiful in chuoring the hoarts and homes of tllhousandii, and this whilo he wits ' in. the inildl.- of ' grent poverty. In the opinion of the lecturer thero was no instruniclt wliich .could .'b so foolinigly plliyd as to molt one to totars, or to produce so nmcll linughter as the violincollo. Musio could work wendors. Historians had told its that it lind- savoi thd city of Antioch, and sollmo of Ilia aildionco there wuor doubt. lesi aware of the faut that nusic, ihad ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LATE PUBLIC HOUSE ROW AT SURREY HILLS. A FINE OF £15 INFLICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

THE LATE PUBLIC HOUSE ROW AT SURREY HILLS. -o A FINP 01F £5 I. LI'A[CTE'D. At lthe lotx H1ill Court on Friday, bie. fore Mr. )Drury, P.M., Metssris. Bishop., Ellingwortli, Garside, and Lovering. .J'.P1., Win. Woods survendei'ed to his bail. Clharged with committling tin uin. Inlwfl cssaullt l ponIm . AIlex.Al MNeil, Inlnlord of tlie Surrey llills Ilotel, on hlhe 1:It, Septlemuler. Mr. (illoit eon Adtelehl the e?se on lhlthlf of the Crown. and the accused was defended by Mr. l)alley. Fro' i the evidence for ll prosecution, it nllppeared hliat lie nelulised niill a innii nnilllie Nagel and two other iimen were driiiking in tIho liiar of lite hotel nined. -NNagel alisked the prisoner if hie wi ild have a drink, nd ithe inlier replied in tile allirtnatlive. 'Tlle lirisoiiler asked the other two meni to join them, whiclh tIhey did. W\'lien the drilnks were served -Nagel said to prisonier that lie would pay. for his drink, but niot for the liquiors called for by lprisoier's cotlpititonis....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT 'SURREY HILLS. -0 It is our duty to chronicle a very serious and painful accident which happeiiod to a porter named Michael .oyc na little after midday on Monday. lie had just been fixing the points in order to allow the luggage train to do some shunting,, and was in the not, -which is a foolish oustom, of jumping on to tho engine, heo missed his foot, and fell to the ground, one of the wheels of the 'engine going over his loft log between the knoO and the foot. The log was almost severed in two hParts. Dr. Stock, who was on the platform at the time, rushed up, and did all lihe could for the unfortunate man. A stretcher was at once pro cured, and by the help of a few willing hands he was lifted into a van of one of the passenger trains which came by at the time, and hlie was taken into the Melbourne Hospital, being accomo panied by l)r. Stock and Mr. Snoddon. The unfortunate man had only been at the Surrey I lills station some throe months, and by his courtesy an...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EIGHT POUNDS FOR A LOAD OF FIRE-WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

EIGHT POUNDS FOR A LOAD OF FIRE-WOOD. -:o: A wood.carter, named William Mhhnn, wan charged at the JInx 11ill Court on Friday, with otenling, on the 4th lint., half-a-load of firewood, valued at about ls., the property of WVtm. Ingnoernon, of ecorasby. It appears that a very loose fashion seoun to provail amongst the wood.cartors in and around Mlitahant and Sooresby. They place io. pliit confidence in neach other, and If one carter has not a full load heo ip at liberty to tako some of hIs neighbor's wood; but he must not forget to tell the latter about it, othurwiso he may get into trouble. The road noar Mitchamn in in a very bad con* dition, and in order to get into that place the wood-cartern are in the habit of taking off the top of their load and depositing the alano on tho public thoroughfare, taking it on tile noext day. 1lr. Intgtterson's driver had tone this on several ocoationll, but ho had foulttd that Iis wood had bcin taken by gsome other carter, who Itad olnitted to mnen...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Under t(Iis heading is inrerted, free of charge, tihe name and altre.: of every one, advertising regularly in our colulumns. Arny advertiser whose rinre nmay have beenr omitted is requested to comnunlulliate at tlhe office. Architects A. E. Clarke, 111ackblrn. (1. V. llackburne, Ilox lill. Auctioneers Bradley and Curtain, Mitchamn. Ilakers A. Lawson, White IIoran Itoad, lox Hlill. Banks lEnglish, Scottish and Australian Chartered Ilank. Melbourne Savings Bank, John Alsop, Actuary. Bees' Supply Company ST. T. Camrlnr, Franklin Street, ,Melb. Biscuit Mlanufactlrerr Swallow and Arirll, Port Melbourneo. ltlacksmiths and \\'heelwriglhta teruimat aund Carur, - Canterburrry-road, Iox Hill. A. Ohlnnie, White llorso-road, Box H1ill. (tio. Newman, (Grahar.st., Port Melb. C. Sutton, White llorsae load, Box lill. BloardlinlghsPo A. T. I,uwis, Canterbury Id., Surrey HillPs. Bookseller'- C. H. Hllingworth, Main Road, BoxlHill. llootmakers-e J. (load, Station-st., Box Ilill...

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

* DEPUTATIONS. A deputationws ivlntroduzccd to tlhe rost indstcri'* eruaIl y(strcdny by \irI. John1 Keys, Ml. .A., who informiud tine Iron. F. T. ierhihui dint. thei dptallLtioni sinas anIxiouIs, ow3ing to therot ~~i)O re quircncotus of tih fIlat, to get tih 'Post and T'eiegraph C) ltt1 ' . lagedo 1, oL Wiat would be better st ill t.' get i now (tlie the foilowving genlemecneu, viz.. -'e.Mesors. AV. B. Lovering. .1.1'., S. Cooke, I I nuhen, Snetidon, aato others. Mr. iLovcring ex plained to the Minister the grean incon venience which Ihle public experienced in hIaving to send telegrams in a place that wns used for otlier purposes. Sur. roy 1lills wns progressing to such an Cx. Ient that the Department would le fully justiftled in erecting new and commodious premises to heo used exclnsively for a post and telegraph otllco. Mr. S. Cooko and Mr. Ifansen also drew the Minister's attention to the fact that the time had arrived when the residents of Surrey Ilills were entitled to better p...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BALWYN TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

THE BALWYN TRAGEDY. -0 - Tio bodly of a man nalmed McFar!nnd, was found in a.waterlholo, 7ft. deeoup nd 2ft. across, in nin orOhard ait Ialwyn oni Thllursday miorning, 10th inst. A man in - the oemploy of aMr. Vial was walk. ing through the paddock about 7 a.m. on that day whoe ho notimed an objoot In the pool abovo referred to. lie thought that the objoet was that of a blatck dog, and paid very little attention to it at thlo time. When ho left the spot, hlowever, he beogan to think that it might not ho a dog, so a eight o'eloek horetotmned inl olpanywitl -t Ihllll Ilnlaied lhedfern, whel they brought the body to thi edge of the water, and to their surprise it turned out to be that of a man. As this occurrence his boon fully described and com. inonted upon in the daily press, and sevoral suggestionis adlvaniiel-'da to the calle of the miiani's death, we nleed nlol waste lillu ill coml mienting upon it. Notwithsetaditng that the black trackers and detectives had booeen at work thoey ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. THE LITTLE FRAULEIN. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

THE STORY-TE~JLLER. -0 21tE T.:I'TI.I: iIA UI ' [N. Cn.sr.sr VI. The sun had set, and the dusk was gather ing, but the air was soft and sweet. They turned towards the gae again. The garden was very quiet. "You anti Fran Dieb are very happy to. gether," said Philip. "' Very happy indeed," answered Marie. "\We live very simply, as you know ; but .- ....', ...: ~, i aa Ila ple, sran I ltni l anld I. And Frau Diobl thinks it in the best life indeed, she has said that a single and solitary lifo is the ideal for an artist." " And you think with-Frau Diebl, Friinlein Mario?" "I think Frau Diebl is very wise, and knows many things ; but-it wa~ a good while ago that site said that." " Fmiuloin Marie," began Philip again, as they walked .lowly towards the rity gate, "suppose that I shotuld fail a second tile ? " "If you should--but oh, yotu mustt not. No, next time you will have a great triumph, and then-' "And then I Why, then, Friiulcin Marie, I should dare to hope again that I might one da...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE UNCERTAINTY OF LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

THE UNCERTAINTY OF LAW. a-, A canse ale before ,Mfr. Drury, P.\., at the Ilhx I1ill Court on Friday last, whi shiows the ulncertainly of the law. ainlt tenIds to prove the truth of the old adage, thnt thile man who nets an his own lawyer, Ihas aI fintl for his client. llr. 1rcehairn. tlhe raelo collector of the .Niiu. awaditillg Conllllul, Luedl a ll anI IInIamed Clhauson, for arrears of rates. 'Tl case lhand Ien before ile Court on )aprevious occansionll when it was willulrawn, owing to ani informal lity ill the alu inil s, ailI it, eame on for re?hnling on lFrilday. 'The defendanc t was represelnted hyl by 1 r. Ihidl, wiho again took exceptionll to the slillImllns on the g'roud that lil it stated thalt M.r. Frelhnin wirias the colllalinant instead of the Coun'il, hIit lie wns over ruled by the lPolice 3faglistrate, who astruck ouIIt f the hfiellllniloln si' ilie aae of the rlcle i'ollcctor. l'4. Frecelhlini thenll enteredt thie hIx and hlnlded to the Ihench a written notic. hearin...

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SUDDEN DEATH AT SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

SUDDEN DEATH AT SURREY HILLS, We rt.rt ,? chrUni.lo a .suddnl, death whiich ocurnecd in th, Congre ,ational (hutch. Surrh Ilill, on Sundtw y night last. M.ir. \\i i. lil8ce, who has residl.d t ,Halr,'vy I lills ninone It rtir?d froml the luihllio., r vi~r ' ( -tl )H 'l~ eIIIC~ll,? \\tic ll? [?) I'irllllr'!? l ) IIlll1 Iil t ine t, wI nt to churi' "? anhll| ? nill and u.< tho conu;rtanpitin was rising; to sin; i he sutltlnly t',,ll to the 1loor, awnd beorc Ihel1 cotudl hto nnhrd life wi?s extinet. Such a s lthlhn (lpi .?tod , cnus td quite it senwation ki the chur,'h, andl soluo timo elaipsod before tlhings settled down to theoir normal condition. Much sympathly is flt Tor the widow of the dcclasle, who received a soOverI shook to her norvous RsytIIIm wh she heard of the sudden doinisoa-of hlor huIsh?1 d. Mr. liance was engaged in the (ieneral Post Ollca folr soimo years, and was superannatedl aloult. 12 Imonflth ago with a nunabr or others, who wore over the roquired ago....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

To the Inhabitants of Mitcham. W. G. TOWN, GENEIAL GI?GOCER. AND IInUo.0.9G ElR, N4ITCI-tArvI, Takes this opportuiity of informing the Publio that he has One of the Largest and Best Stocks of Grocery Evor soon in Mitoham. His GOOD)S aro the -Bost. and Chopp33t in tho Distriot, and may at all timos be relied upon. HI-s enormous Stook of Grocery and Ironmongery-' Is considored to be far in advance of the ])istrict, but as ho wishes to pleaseo his Custoimers he dooms it necossary to koep a hlrgo "Assortment always on hand. lie hs a splendid display of Crockeryware, the likeo of wlhich has never bofora " boon soo in i Mitluhan. Note the address- W. G. TOWN, Grocer & Ironmonger, M I I A M.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ELECTRIC TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

THE ELECTRIC TRAHWAY, \As was expOcOted byO those who have any knowledge of the lhugo mnount of tralli beotweon lox lill and Don castor, thie tratmway was taxol to its utmost capacity on 8unday last. This is just what we. prcdieted: hun. drods of oxeursionists who wish to enjoy thu Ipuro oxygen of ox Hlll, flock out on the only day in the weeok whlich they clan call their own, in order to have a ridel on thie smooth. running car which plier betweooen Box Hill and l)oncaster. Those who have boon caged up in the city and crowded sulburbs of Mlolhourne all the wooeek, can readily be excused if they conic out to this salbrious allnd Oxhiiharating part of the country during Saturday afternoons and Sundays. Tlheoy find that tlhey can rely upon inhaling tihe pure ozonoe, which riaces and invigor atores themo for tlhe rest of the week. WVorn out naturd is recuperated by the trip, which is an excoedingly ploeasant and agrecable onoe. The intervening country. is lovely and enchinting, and is ...

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

MISS IH-ALL, COSTUMIER, Fronm two of the Loading Houses in the City. To the LaT.nes of Box Hill and surrounding Distriot t?I'ISS IIALL begs to intimate that she B.? has opened a FIRST-CLASS - DRESSMAKIING BUSINESS AT THE TEMPERANCE HALL, COTHIA M-.1 AD.: Closes S o'clock on Saturdays. - R:o?-.HERJ-A M 'S SILVER IIlUNT'ING-CASE Lever Watches ON TIME PAYMENT £5. LARGE STOCK OF DIAMON]) RINGS, &c. Ne~vest Patterns in Gold and Silver Jewelleriy. Every Description of lejimirs Skillfully Executed. Albert E. Brown PRIACTICAL WATOII MAKEI & JC W IELLE1,l B]lUltWVOODRIOAD, (NEAll AaUlntN lo1AD), AUBIUIIN. GEO. NEWMAN, COACII-11UI LDER, \1IEELT VI I GI iT, BILACKSM TTl ', i10ltS:-.SHIOEl, ,c. GInAIIAM STIIKKT, (Corner of Stokes Street), PORT l.MELBOURNE,. All kinds of repairs executed with despatch. Country ordetrs attended to with pronlp. titude, at Moderate Rates. Arthur E:, Clarke, A,1.1.'.VA. ARCHITECT, NICIIOLSON'S ClAIITMAIIIIS, SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE, And BLACKBUUIN...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

SBURTRTON & KN.,,' ISTAILISIED) 1882. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, 13U?R WOOD ROA D, I-IA1 WTI-IO1RN. Highest Awards Molbourno Contennial and Adolaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the lato National Agricultural Society's: Show. M',-.Y arri nges , .Ti l ggies, hnLtons, Gigs, fe., in stock and built to order, R IEPAIRS AND ItENOVATING. GiUARIANTIEE ALL WORK. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. ,,i lI lLLINERY AND DRAPERY 1 ESTABLISIhMENT: STATION StI1E:T, ]ox lHl.rL,. Tho Ladies ofl ox 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 TIIE NEWEST STYLES. Also, A Good Assortment of Ladies' ant} Childrens' Underclothing, Hosiery, and Gloves. Also, Plain and Fancy Ribbons, &e. CIISAP STRIAW ilATS A SPECIALITY, Aspinall & YMcMurdie, lHOUSR, LAND di. EST'ATE .lET'S, "1Nl?ER OF :STATION & RUTLAND STS. BOX HILL. LOCAL AGENTS FOIl I'ictoria Inssralce Comipany Limited....

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

LOCAL NfEWS. ---:o:-- Wao have received Monarn. oyle andl Scott's Cricketer's l'amphlct for 1I880ii.0. This is a lhandy littlo palmphlet, containing r•lus of cricket anil oup coinpotlitionsi and pricu list o o rickit nld tonla mnatorials. There ii a largo deomand .in ll.islt hlouses of all kinds; but the supply is far .,elow tlhe dmRIand. I')eronii who \wihI to reside in Pho 1ill ore coIinhh Out Vriry day ill e:ucht.} ul re~idtonces, |bt thov t" v ItiV n reAurn di:;,tlsa aint. i. It O,?n ,' <nx. w alh only build a i uihmber of cJI.la . ,, i.n w u,, tl let them hiolurn thny wer, ihinihed. ThiA district is still in its Inftleiy, cons~'qunn1tly pCoiili cannot go wrong iln Iiitling I1)p onit. fortablh hoiuses anywhere within rouach of the tram or railway station. Nhxt Siiday boing tihU day not apart for the anIIual collections for the charities, the ]lox lillll Temperaneol Ilras land will play solectioiins at tile corner of Whiteo IIorse road and Station-streot, coiunenocing ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1889

Tnumnm sootns to bo t bright futuro in storo for tho Eastern Suburbs, and moro partiuularly for tho districts of Cantorbury, Surroy Hills, and Box Hill. Thoro is a doal of vacant land 1i thoso places, whiulh is boing rapidly usod for building pur'poses, libt Iany. years must of neoossity olapso boforo all the vacant allotmonts aro orni monted with buildings. In theo couro of a few years it is not unreasonablo to supposo but that thoro will ri ono mass of buildings butwoon Cnitorlbury and Box Hill, Anyono who has Wathlod the growth of thoso placos during tho last fivo yoars must bo surprisod with tho progross whilch has boon mnad in the building trade, which is still in its infancy so far as this district is concornod. Tho land in this noighbourlmhod is oxcoodingly valuable, and that for inny reasons. If wo look at the country around -Essondon and Ascot Vale, and thi land on tho-north side of Collingwood, and Brunswick, iuid then, in tlh mind's eyo, tako in the coiifigiiration of the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADVIRTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Under this heading is inserted, free of charge, the 1name and addressa of every one advertising regularly in or columns. Any advertiser whose 1naoe may have cen omlitted is requested to contutnicnto at the ollice. Architects A. E. Claike, Blnackhurn. (. V. I lackiurne, liox Hill. Auetioneers Ilrndihy and Curtain, Mitcham. ]htkers A. Lanwson, Witito horso Road, JBox hill. lianks English, Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank. Melbhourne Savings tlank, John Alsop, Actuary. Bees' SOpply Company-. 1. T. lChnmhers, rannkliln Street, Melb, Bisouit Manufaeturer- Swallow and Aricll, Port Melhourne. lilackmiths anll Wheelwriglhts Bergotan and Caoun, Canterbury-road, Jinx Hill. A. (lenni?o, \\'Whit Hlorse-road, Boax Hill. (leoo. Newoman, (iraham-st., lPort Belhb. C. Sutton, White Horse hlond, iBox ill. ]loardinghouse A. T. Lewis, Cantorhury lid., Surroy Hills. Bookseller C. I. Ellingworth, Malin Road, Jox H1111. Iloontakers J. (load, Station-st., iBox lill. hlrassfoul...

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE LITTLE FRAULELN. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

THE STORY-TELLER. CnIAtyrn VII. There was onIly one little eloud upon the happiness of Philip. It was that the Count W'alstein never ccased hi, attenttions to Marie. Philip knt'w that ste dit not like the clIount, but he was aware that he had good reason to su?peet and to fear him. ?Marie was constantly contuantded to tsing at the Sehloss, and onle evening whoen there was i state concert, Philip, who generally waited for her ontside tirl gates, imanager to slip through the sentrioes, antd stood in the shadow of a lamp until the guests disipersed, and Fraitlein tMarie caue oat. \With huer, as tuIal, was the count, and Phillp. stepping forward, took her front fimn, saying " )er lerr (iralt's seurviets are not re. quired."'' lHer carrinage came ip thelon, and how:ngi Aslightly to the count, she stopped in, leaning on Philip's arm. Philip wvaited until the carriage drove away. 'Tie count took i.o further notice than to remark with it laugh to a group of his friends who stook near : ". T...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Int Colt ijl')n) of 1fireo1 oil outr spaoe this week, et.sed by giving a lengthy report on the opening of the now Shire Hall, we are colmpelled to hold over a luantity of original matter until next week. The Sa1o at livpotoun Park, lBox H11111, on Saturidy l?st renulted very satisfuctorily, at good number of lots being soll. At this mile tihe pl. it w11 titdoptud of statintg thu up. set price of6't61i lot at the start. This was found to work well, as intending purchasurs knew exactly where to coimmence bidding. It is probable that some ifood buildings willi shortly he erected oin this estata, *'wlrilh .con . tails seine of the ihnest land in Box 11ill. It seeWn only a ofew weeks ,ago we called alttettiutin to thle gri.nt iicrCaso itn thu itmm)ber of dppositors in the Mlb'ourln Savings Dlank. We announcd then that 10,1.000 aecountst were open, and niow we lal informled tile depositurr numberr 11:1,000, or a further increaso of 6,000. Weo are rc quested . to call attention...

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SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

SURREY HILLS. (lno oUI owN coIsesi'ONvusxT ] The Surrey Hills Cricket Club are going to have a grand concert in the hall next month, under the able man agoient of Mr. G. A. Coleman, of Hilawythorn, who, by the way, has com anenced business horn as hairdresser and tobacconist. The concert pro. mises to be a great success. The Postmaster-General is calling for tenders for suitable premises for the post and telograph otlice for Sur roy Hills, Now is the time for the Government to buy a site, as by and bye they will not be able to get the land without paying considerably more than it can nOW Iet obtained for. Oure respected townsman, Major Cairncross, has arrived safely back again after paying a trip to the old country. The Major looks the picture of he:tlth, and has apparently derivo:ed much benelit from time trip. Mr. J. M'Lean also tirrived by the Arcadia, and hlie is also much improved by his tour. I ani ghlid td state that, Porter Joyce, who met with the piiiiful accident last week...

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