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The New Shire Hall Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

The New Shire Hall Box Hill. '---0- There is an old saying to the effect that '' verything comes to.tlhose who wait.'' But this is hardly true in respect to the Nunawading Council, who have not boon waiting, but have been up and doing. In fact so far as the new Shire 1 Iall is concerned the Council has been hard at work, and in this instance it has brought to hear a deal of judgment and forethought in dealing with the subject. The now shire hall is the direct outcome of the loan. As soon as the loan was con sidered, and the Council had definitely decided to borrow the sum of .021,000, the idea of building a shire hall was conceived and carried into offoct. An oligible site was selected, and com petitive designs called for in .January lust. Several gentlenmen of ominence in the architectural worl sent in designs, andl after miature deliberation the nincil: cmntueo.,to the conclusion that the prize smhould be awarded to Mr. Arthur lE. Clarke, architect, of liackburn and Nicholson's Ch...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

THE BANQUET. The Council decided to commemorate the olpeCning of the new Shire Ilull hy a pub ic banquet, which was held in the largo hall on Tuesday evening. There was a very largo attenldance, andl the aentering was on. trusted to tho care of .Mt. Skinncr, who pro. vided a really good ,litd?l 'tevioun to the banquet taking plhtce the nfllces and rooms in the now building were carefully inspected byall the councillors belonging to adjacent ahirln, il of whom were loud in their praiseu and colnmnitdatioi?las to the uitable 11CM and 0convenience of the buidling for the p*urposo for which it ta. erected. The architect, Mr. Athr I"E. Clarke, and the contractor, Mr. IRobert lute, decided between them to have a gold key made for the front door, which they presented to the Prresident, Cr. Il.ighlton, on the occasion of that jcntle nan declaring the now shire oflbies open. 'Ihis was kept a secret, and the he'idefnt was agreeably lur prised on leine made awuu of the fact. 'The key han the f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

To the Inhabitants of Mitcham. W. G. TOWN, GEN.I t[. GROCIoI t AND IRON1NG EItl, M'I IT C -I A E , Takes this opportunity of informing the Public that ho has Ono of the "Largest andl Bost Stocks of Grocery Ever. seeoon in Mitchl:n. ]Iis GOODS are the Bo?s? and Clhoapost in thi3 District,. and may at all times beo relied upon. His enormous Stock of Grocery and Ironmongery Is considored to boe far in advance of tlh6 D])istrict, bua as ho wishes .t.> pleineo his Customers ho dooms it ncesnsary to hkoop a largeo Assortmefit alwaya on hand. lie has a splendid display of Crockeryware, the like of which has never before booen seen in Mitelmaun. Notb the addrhss W. G. TOWN, Grocer & Ironmonger, M I TC I1AM.

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THE BALWYN MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

Ti 1Li BALWYN MYSTERY, -0 Tho adjourned inquest on the body ot Parloan MeFarland, who was found dead in a watorhulo at ilaltwyn on the 1lth inst., was roesumnedl on Monday, buforo Mr. Candler, the disatrict coroneor, at the Survey houtel, halwyn. The Coroner stated that pt the former in. quaest the mnedical evidence wat to the effTect that tiho deceased hat not died front drown. ing. Henry G(ilmnour dopoeod he was a gardener resilling at llalwyn, that in taking the body out of the water ho used a piee of quarter. ing. - When he first saw the object in the water he took it to be that of a dog, and he reported the occurrence to the (lroom, who wasalsao of the saeto opinion that it was a dog. Ito thien throw the quartoring at what he belieoved to be the dog, aith the object of bringing the body to the bank. Thu quarter. ing fell tainto on the head of the body. I1o ained 'i third blow at the body, but lid not lait it on that occasion. Ito then sant and got a rake, and brought the body t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

CRICKET. The, mat.h played at Dilackburn on Satuir day last between the local club and St. Philips Cricket Club resulted in it win for tlo visitors in the first innings by nine runs, they having scored 82 runs, and the Black burn 711. In their second inumlgs the visitors were dlisposed of for 1li runs. Clhargo kept wioket splundidly, stunnping live in the first innings andil three in thu second. Snieesby howled capital, takitig niio wickets for :i1 riuns in the irsLt innings andt nine for 13 ii the secon 1I. Pa'lk baitteild well for Ilaickburn, scoring 21 ; and .i JL MLisurier put together 27 for S. P'hiiips.; The Itielununod laueheloui visited Canter bury last atiiday, (l try conelinsioniis with that club. They played it splendid ilnings, ?noring 51; while ?anterlbury manaitged to put together 3.i. In their second innings the visitors did not but so well, four wickets flling for 16. undler the splendhid bowling of t'rituhard and T' Fowler. Setter scored best for the lBachelors, bei...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. Nulawading Council, Mo~Nvo, Ocroear 3rut. Present-Cr. lisllp, (in thle chair,) and 'ra. lofuadley, ['.Lrthur, Cooke, Pepperill, and E.llingwvorth. Conears c?u'icc. Fromn Agnes tllnva., atinlg he had receiv'ed notices in regard to the ailoca. lion of costs for iiprqvinl?? ,rivate streels in Siurrey Ilills, iand colplaining that sheo was unable to pay at the present tiie. L'r. Ellingworth mnove.l that on condititon tlnt.tie 'residents wereo 'will ing to pay their share of the cost of inking private stlreels, the iimoney be not deialidl unltil 'L wIas required by the Couneil. Cr. Cookesaid there would he vetry few people 'who would not be Iprepaired to pay -i t dne?, aine 1e Ih hought ill attempt sholnid be Iade to get in the money as isoon as. the work was eonn mienced. Thoso uhlo could not pay should haive a lithtle grace shown thoen. No onle secondedl the motionii, which laui. cordingly lapsed, anid the ltller was simply receiveld. From Contes it C., stalring ltht they...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

Government Advertisement. IN Till., SUPIIIMIE COURT OF THil: COLONY OF VICTORIA. fi. f. No. 0110. ITOTICE is hereby given, that under and . by virtue of certain process issued out of the Supreme Conrt of the Colony of victoria, and directed to the SheriTff of the Central llailiwick, requiring hinm to levy certain moneys of the real and personal estate of \VWILT,AM WOOD, the raid ShlerifftT will, on Thursday, the 28th day of November, 1889, at the hour of one o'vclocl? in the afternoon, cause to be sold at the Four Courtq Hotel, William-street, Mel honrne (unles the said process shall have wbeen pr' lously satislied or the said Sheriff he otherwise stayed) ,u.. the Itight, Title, and Interest (if any) of the snaid William Wood in and to all that piece of land being lot 115 SSul, divisi "to 670, lge4 in (ile Yte n i , M U sa` , pa~t rt i 'e . Crown Special Survey, Pl'arish of Nunawad inlg, Comnty of Ilourke, more particillarly describled in Certifcato of Titles, Vol.. 2011, 1 ,uao .10...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

BURTON & KNOX, IESTA1LtIS D t 18t81 3. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, B3Ul\'VOOD 1R 0A. D, HI--AT 0I[O N. Highest Awards Molbourne Contonnial and Adolaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at tho lato nga ' - . Ageicuturtal Sotoroy's'Show. Carringos, ]Buggion, Phlutons, Gigs, &c., in stock and built to order. EIIPAIIRS AND DENOVATIN(. OUAI)ANTEE ALL WOJ1K. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. - ILILINERY AND DRAPERY j ESTAITLISIIMENT. SrTsoN STSEET, BoX HILL. The Ladies of Dox 111il nand Surrounding Districts are invited to call at N. & L: COLLINGS, As they have on0 hand a Splendid Assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY IN TIHE NEWEST STYLES. Also, A Good Assortment of Ladios' and Childrcns' Underclothing, Ilosiery, and Gloves. Also, Plain and Fancy Rlibbons,- &c. CIHEAP STRAW 1IATS A SPECIALITY. Aspinllall & McMurdie, ]lOUSE1, LAND o S'.I'TATE A(fGENT., ooN:n or ' 50%I:III..L. SSTATION &.-RUTLAND, STS. ýI?3O>C HILL, LOCAL AGENTS FOR Victoria Tusurance...

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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

()in:'; to a cli iii u Iltin; LI~ aksci .ioiiunal, midl Cxtwl ii ' ,P L~tiitioil.i lcinji 1iial1 to) Lilo Iiruul~iL-mi, wu av muomi ilut.;l j mm a low hoursi~ Immto with thin;i j.'Ilk. I \' otmio whm IiioW. U¢~v i it~ I. , ' I mw mm hi";lly :ý'm.~l;jmt I mm;ý' :1 omýI) u~lkimlltlk; I uml lm'h;~ly li:+imii ' k)mIn crUii])itmci~ Intuuct'I'; all nieilg c ti l to mimir hictv1 iii1 cii+y. 'T wit or;L 01 tikikribi'l i10t03 i3 siimil y Omit of tw, m~lmmxaiomi. In future theo busnu ,,- will bo calr. Vied on by lfr. Bright, who has do. cidod to chlango the day of public.. tion friom Th'L'lursday to Friday. Thi.; stop has boon foatd necessary owing to important businosa. and mootings itaking placeo on Wodnosday and cl'hura lday. We have .nmuch ploasuro in in forming our .roadors that now mtachi nory anid typo has boon, purchasod, and that alreadly arrangemenonts are being mnado to onlargo tho papor.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

IN this enlightened ninotcenth cen tury, and above all in this noblo and bright sunny land of Australia, one would hardly have thought that young women would havo been called upon to work the nulbor of liotii' which they do at present,. and in some cases for such an insignilicant suun. A Factory Act has been passed in this colony for tlh purpose of limifingl the Ihours young girls should be employed, but, unfortunately, the Act has so many loopholes in it that a colach and six can be almost driven through overy clause of it. For all practical purposes, tlh measure is simply a dead letter. The inspcctors who have boon appointed to carry out the provisions of the Act are- either incompotunt, or else they shut their weather eye to wlhat is actually taking place. They sooen to be hoodwinked atlilost by: overy. oinploy6r, who can twi't blioiiii'-oiind' their, llngeras as oay and as effoctively as they can shell peons. When oneo the Inspector an nounces himiself and his missionl at any fa...

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Bulleen Council. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1889

Bulleen Council. Present—Cr. Hunter, (chairman,) Crs. Calder, Sell, Meader, Lawford, Smith, Andrew, and Goodwin. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.           From W. Fergie, on behalf of C. Hillman, late typhoid patient, requesting all communications re same to be sent to him, as the case had been placed in his   hands. Referred to the Local Board of Health. From Public Works Department, vote     for Roads and Bridges, requiring plans, &c., to secure the amount for the coming       year. Received.     It was resolved to expend the amount equally between the three ridings.     From Inspector of Nuisance, Warran-     dyte, forwarding report, also requesting     to be appointed Inspector of Nuisanc...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY., Untler this headilnIt i?t toert(l, free of cllarge, thie lnamllle natl itddresl s of evry o1ne advertisint regularly in our colnItit. Any advertis,'r whose nllltlue llln?t Ilv' lionl omnitted ia reqleltedtl to colnnunllllllellte alt the ollee. Architects- A. 1,. Clarke, llaekhurn. Ii. V. htlaihurlne, lox 11ill. Auctioneers Itradley mnd Curtaih, Mitehrun. Iakeik's A. lawson, Whiteo Iorso Roadi Box Hill, lhitithts- lEngllis, Rcnttislh andl Australianl Clhartered liank, hMellourne Savningt Imnk, Juohn Alsop, Actlunry, Ihisctult Mantfactturer- Swallow nod Ariell, Port Melbourne. litClnek ithla anld Wheeolwrights- 1lerginan andtl Cunn1, Cantorhury-road, 10o Ilill. A. Genmtie, WIhite Ilorse-road, Itox Hill. Gen. N tewlttttn, (.Iralthatt-st., Port Melt. C. Sutton, Whito lorseu Iltoad, lIlox Ilill. lioardllnghoutse A. T. Ituwis, Canterbury ltd., Surrey lills. Ilookseller C. i. Ilingworth, Main Road, liox lill, Ihootnankers J. G(load, Station.st., Ilox ill. Ilrassfuo...

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CANTERBURY V. CLIO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

.kNTEnuciiY V. Crio. Played at Canietrbiry on Strllraln3y last, 2isd illst. Clio had irst try, and owing nmainly to a well-monnh tO b?y Jiad. ihan, the total rcllched 5i,. F. .lowler, for Canterbury, was well onl the ?pot, getlilig nline wickets for eleveil rllls. Tlle fieldiig of tlhin loclil meni was not as good as laaUl. with the exesptioln of Scott, who.did a tlot of useful work, nand mallde as Oxcelleilt Lilchi iln thlio holil til. Cliliterbllry mando.Le the resIlectablo total of 1":1, E. Fowler beilng heo irinlcilpal con triblltor with 7i, a hard chlneo back to the bowler beinlg thle only blenishi. F, Fowler calno lnext withll 18, Scott aiild Biarborn with nlino and eight rleslletively ildayed well. Eor the Ci, U]lahsIn ar1d ioldllon weisllthonllonst sullccesslfil with tlio ball. 'Thl . fo!lowing are theo fill ,scores :- . . Cato Phasr Is.4Ind.r Stael, b Fowlhr ... ... ... 1 Iindhimi, b ;, .. ... i) T'od, b... . ... : "loslinlni,.o Set0 , h O.Po.lr ... 8 ; ]atnllorsoii, b T. F...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. BLACKBURN V. BOX. HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

SPORTING. ---20: CIICKET. ]h0.cRnons v. Box lIftr,. Tile following is the result of theo oatclh between thie above Clubs, played at BIlox Hill on Saturday last. As usual, -. Snieeby played a splollidl iininigs, uld gave the field a merry time of it. lie mado 51 when hlo was caught by. Kiny. JL. Snescaby eamo next on the liit.~ ithi..a well-made 15, and 3'Colmb batllted nicely for 1.4. while M l',ellh nad 11 to his credit, and not out. J. Skeels lotted up ten in fine style. For Box Hill Monader showedtl gold form, and was lnot long ill adding 20 to his credit. Casey lso handled tile willow ill a dexterous mannler, and lpult together 13 beforo hlo was got rid of. Kayo also got hold of the bowling, and Ihe soon succeeldedl in mnakilng 12, whlich was suplluleeiited by Ilen more illllle bIy Cook. Noiie of Ihe rest got into doulleo figures. Following aro the scores: lox IuLtr, l ust raiIkas. Cook; b S. Siteecby ... ... 10 ilayne, Ii Park ... ... ... :1 RIeid, c J, Sunet-sby, b S. Slceshy ...

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE LITTLE FRAULEIN. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

TiHE STORY-TETtLERT -o 7ll.' A:rTWIr.i,: .'T..i L'mI*. IV'. CutiT i VIIH. S" A mon t interontillg token " said onel; "blut' couto now, HeIr (hri, who ganve it to you ? " "I will not coniprotulso the giver by toll ing you," lailghil the count. SYou are not IIWill reticent llhoult thesellio Iittlo lmalltters," saidl his frilend Allrochlt. " Is elho a very great lady ? " The countll hiltigho alail, and seceld nlot inclillned to Ianswer ; but at that mnonent he1 turlned halt roullnd alnld saw l'Phililp, wholi ie at onco recogllicd. lls osliresinll cllllaklged. " Well then," he sail, " I shaIll tell you ? Wh'lo is the Queenl of Oller in II. rlin ? Tell ino thalt, and I will tell youl who gave i e thih little token." " You dlo notl imnll the little Fnulchin ? " said the hilt shlieaklr, "It so, I shall taike leave to doulbt you, coullnt; lor she gives ilfavors to no o11." " 'ardon iioe," sliiled the COUnt, " tlhere are solno Iufew hanppy ones to wholll the little Frailein is lav\ishl ol hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

AN ORIGINAL TALE Written Expresslyi For Lthe "REPORTER " WILL 0O I!0MMENOE n . NEXT ISSUE, -TIE PLOT Will be laid in THE EASTERN SUBURBS,. THE TALE Will be of LOCAL INTEE1S'lI! ,And somebo: tho" LEAlDING- I.HqIAlI'2ANTS SWill Ihd alluded' to tlldcr varilou lono de jihiies. ?* ' Tl'fi scrii "y from Canterbury to .Mitcham Will be Doserilbcd (IRAPIICATIXY and TIIh~'uITY, . .? Th ilIEUo GE of the Story * Will )e it RESIDENT of 1OX IILLr, And th lPrinceipal Manlo kctor Will rendoEzi'o11 t ILAbKIIURN, Theo Author lha informed us that iho can lhld Rulielent matoriol clonse at hIlnd - to voye into a talo which he anayw.rill bq inteorestilnlg to O0D) ANTD YOUNG, tIATIE AND PEMALE, HIGH -i b LOW, . RICH AND POOR, ALIKCE - Agents who w'ih to inretase the nomliher of tLheir copie, shoult 'do so at onao.

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COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Council. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. -0--- Boroondara Colucil. liftae.vi.?, Noi litn i ,ta. . P'rosent--Or. . tick (sPrs'iasaii)'iii otlI ohnir, mald Crs.' Millig.y, lDay, liyto, Taylor, and llrhiln. CoauEsroDaiXeac . Fromi thle oWater Supluy DepIartamelit, staling that thle dopartmat waia willing to tlteld thie mali pipo aloang Unter* bury-road from ]alwya to Surrey Hills, where a t anak contailaing :l3),(U) gallons should be ocrcled if tlhe coaulrl was willing to leaso it. The'l letter also lntled that the Dolartmeat hlad writttm to the Nuanywadling Coauril on thle same slla. ject, blltl the latter hala rerfised to acceptl the onf'e oron the groaaund thaL the t\al.a would bhe oreut~ed och thi grounllhalt was nllder Tlhe' Sittiolh oa the' horooaduara Coinicil:. CP;. C'laylol nioveld-" That the offer be ncceptedt , aid thlat the comiieil leaso the tliak." Thlis was l iot secondedl. Cr. T'I'yloir lovetl ..--" T'lhaat Ihe lPresildelt aiial lIlit Cr. lraailhnll hterview thle Nualiawad ing Coullicil oal the s...

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INCIDENTS OF THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

INCIDENTS' OFU THE: MEL SBOURNE CUP;'. A gentleman residijg.in 1lox Hill had oenaion to go o Port Melbourno oil WVednesday moruinm, and when ho was at ono of the statilons' lieftwacW' lb6irno anld Port Melbournoi|lo .sn.w a" mailn who was dressed ill working clothes inquiring for a ticket at one oF thlo windlowi:. ''the man in the' ticket ,tlite told hih'' that a inan like Ili lll wolldLu sagtisliedl with a third-class ticket. w?h?,'i lie plt his haud in lhid potioct and plit' ih, ut 'a handfuil of goldhen sovrereignsa :110 gO.t his tiiktt. lilltl dkllled illto lhe pltlrie ealrlingl, ias thll gettnlenii who hkilfi4l from lt'1, It ill. is. they were allhnti'they soon gotI itoi. conll''rsaltion, byi thli',lli li ill tlht \wtorkillig olotliia remarking. '' tk ''. 'it ianger, JUSIit s I ntas going li wirk tlii'i i ing, moy wire to~ld miii it llooki iin Lii paiptr I.o see wtliili horse two'i thiie ip. I d h ad,, iinid Whili d~o youi thiink I ,saw.' why) tlh i Ilravio hat1 wol0 lio ii CuI...

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CUP DAY IN BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

CUP DAY IN BOX HILL. , lThings werol tllrndl topsy;,Lat'y iit ,. ox I[illon Cup llany, nuoch t the ,.. irin5o'o(' 'veryno,' 'A greaikaiy S' of thile roesideont: wero eithler tt phi. nickillng or'llad gone to Flemington to Switless the grlnt evenlt of the year. SAs this has been thie ease. illn previous1 ' ears it wan,llot a -mluatter of ullrP'ise that it should he .epeated on T'usday : hlht onl-forlar occasio ns Ilo Ilill wais llnost deserteld oil the day theCu'p wa? run for, Last Tuosday, however, thile roverso was tillho caIsO. Although nlearly all thle iecsidenllts took,their do. palrtluro at n early hour, as thIle day wore on1 tlheir pliacis wero Illore thlln filhi tell tillles over Iy visitors who ecnue froll otlher llbllrhs, whlore tile Iir is, not so, pure alnd bracing, and wheoro:thero is lio romanltic ?ceiwry .for theo; oe t5'rest 'tiloil. A"' t'oo rv Stultionl bbtwieW"'l Cdn~liiuiry 1n1d ?(o1. iiiiri6 theilo c'' at thlo interluodinto stations w'as for railway tickets for ]...

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SURREY HILLS WESLEYAN CHURCH. THE BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

SURREY HILLS WE SIEYAN S.. CHURCH. .. TIIE BAZAAR. , A' ve?y uc'oesfdl brziar w*as heold in .thoWool6ya1r Ch1ail'h l;at': Surrey ILill,,i oJiWi'hksday; sl'tljOdtobir, and Frbidayrzlidrh flatuloti-l lst '; and 2ind Novomnbo;i?I: Thie bIHfilar 'Aias got iup f theu purpose of liquildatinhg t)lo 'ldebt onil thiiichureh,; mlt was' originated and rirnhkrtihrongh'ii a thoughtful and eonlilntliudblodiWay by theio Iadleoa of the congrlgstio. Th)e3 had' folled for.inoltha 'lmat; an liuringn that timeo 4hoIir deft haidi hl lid Itmade sonilb luni. dlrdds of valiaklio ai' tilos, which we are happyi taoesy realised firh pricos, and were raplilly.bodalht up.: In order to ,eaurryont: hit nlldettiaklng the ladius forlmedl tlihun?ad?s intd an association rnud ,llu tedditawo Lojbb :is their'preid dlent. Anmosti thlosio i lio took a leading pare n t It? e a? a i were IMeadatues "'l)i ert (Car4si', Leigh, 1Baker, and Ja?si0, wbp were ablylas. 'idted by the fhillowini yqunUgladies.: ?--Miics' l chc8tjg, ...

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