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RECHABITE ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

RECHABIT ANNIVERSARY The 10th nnni\ersarvof thn loltahibitoTt, iat li, Hlill wais ic'lehritl o? t Weldtietl?y. vetllit'ig, :Olth Ilt., at the 'rlltltertlane Ihtall, oll whlich occtasion a Coco SHociinl andl Ellterlnin. Inont took the plna of the unnal tet iand pitlic meeting. lefore thie ,,,rwting corn Inteilceld teleCtiOnis o( IllusI s wlre plaeid by the Te'mnperance itrass Ihand in front of the hall. This hinal has wonderitlllly inprovled since ita itnanuitration, antd reflectLs great credit on theo contlductor. The entertain. "enttll wts conlllulltlenced iy a hIinoforlte tihtt .y Professor Liebtmatit, and Miss A. Lichiinann, whicth wits ilayed inh exceclent stylo. M hlr. W\. Williaints thenl sang *lll~"lly be tlihy treaslll," which was rell. droedl very tllcely. All allluting Irishll roeita. tion w?a? givell by Mr. H. Il'ayle. Mr. Ilowloy salllg a ceitic sitnig Vwhicih wasl well receieedl Tihis genliloeinan is lesarvedlly a great faIvolite with 1lox I ill olnu telnceit, hiis.coit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A STORY ABOUT GRASSHOPPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

A STORY ABOUT GRASSHOPPERS. .·1 ii! wI'- (Dx;eup SEUrron). A ptngueof gra.sh'eiopprs I Anyone wiho h? al nco ooen a -llagueo of theseu ravenous inseocts :over has anly desire to UO0 a seconld. Albout .i years ago I was living in a. town in Rliverina, 'and on the Othl of November in that year about 10 o'clock in the morning theso insocts appeared illn untold myriada. Thlipy.., cnamo fron thile north and they covereld llt Cre df four Illiles square, and wore as high na the eye could sco. The eir was literally darklened with- their presellc, amd as tlhey flew over thile towlln theIly mIllldeo n whlatliug sound resemllbling distanlt lthlmllder. For miles tile grqollid was coveredl witll theomn, alnd oe oeuldl nIlot walk a do1zen yardls with. out cruIhliIng tllhousllads of tlhe illnlUets under youllr feet. Thooe whlioll flow elose to' the: groulldl clght oil nce lcn h oe alld lOe"l ovor the plce un11til tie walls of thle ho1uso1 fromn the top of the roof to thile grounld loor were black ...

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LARRIKINS SILENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

LARRIKINS SILENCED. -0 A Huudaly ago a gentleenl who resides in BIox 11111 wlas riding along St. Kildi.road, in comnpany with a yolng lady. Wihen tlhny got about half-way betwooeen Mehlbourne anlld St. Kild, theoy miet tlhroeo lnrrikins in a vehllelo who nmadle it their businsi to insullt overyone they mnet an the road, Anolderly gentlelman with his two daughters hald justl piassed the trio, who were so ungallant as not only to insult hin, bult they made use of languageo to his dlaugllhters that was very unl. Icconling. Tie ol geulltllllanl rmolnon. stratod withl them, bu ,alt all the consolation he got wa it ashower of abuse. The next pair that panssted was the residlent of liox 11111 who was nccomnpaniled by his lady.love. The rowdies tried, in their vulgar way, to take a rise out oh: hint. IlIo listenedi to what they had to say flor a Iontent, anud wihen they lhad finilshed he was off hisa horse in a trira of lshkesn. !ie walked up to them andii caid " Otto of yoit coitO ilowli,"...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAMBERWELL FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

CAMTBERWELL FOOTBALL ,'? CLUB. :On 'rhursdny night; :ilst Octlober, thel Cannborwell 1Football Club held its anllllal qichil in theo, ShirO ][aI, COnnllerwell. Thoro was a largo attendanIce. nll ,tlao boys rolling;.up: in strong forue. The early.part; of,the evening was devotel to harmony, in which theo nmembers of the club nalleardd to adrvantage. Mr. P. Alsopp was voted to tlhe chalir, and con gratulated, the club upon thle sccess wh)ichl it lhad 'achievlced dIuring its first ytair of existence. The heIalth of the secritary, M11r. J. Dillon, junr., was driank in a humpei'. Mr. Dillon in responding th'in1&d the club for electing him to the positidnl of secrelary. ie had inlblt soll cited th?l ofilee, and he had done his besat to advance the best interests of the club. M1r. Zereho lroposed the health of tlhe Press, ?o?yledl with the namns of Mr. S (:ill, S'pcltal rtei'?pr seontative of the lirk 'oarrtil.I f cosn pl inml silhd t alt jonrjnli on the eciteri r ie it had ·show?h...

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SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

SURREY HILLS. -0 -- (IIOM' 011 OWN COlik'SII'ONIIeNT " S1 reogret to chronicleo nnotlier 'Pve' ,!!!1. dteth whielh oCeuarred to a'. oblt risidet, ipuned d1 !t ost er on, T'idlayi .mutorting inst t0 hup .Jay. Tu,di okeeild, Hji' been niling fior sonl\ . weok., tni at tie tituo of lhitidenmiso was in i; fetble stale, but his reilatisvs liud no idea ihat his endll was so Itar. :11c goit ui its usual on T'ruesdiay 'Itritig wheln hl lind i lit of coughing.' After tlis subsided hl iut titlte ito h hattitroolln to bIithl :hi chest, as was his usuid custom. ]lis little boy troticed that lie nhad thrlown upi iltore blood thian usual tlhat mllorlilug, allni following hit into the bath.rooIm he could see that his father was suffering severely. li alt 'once told his iaother, whonu'elt to s5iilo ntighlor s;a'til when tny airrivedt aind oielietd iht door of tlihe bath theY futnd the dce ased i )1ug i:. triate oi (ht gritltdu t l'if tig inlqitU ex. tinle. Air. ISrtor wai tia lulaner, Sltd much res...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

Govcrnmcnt Atidvortisomenit. IN TIlE SUPRII MI, COURI T O1 STILE COLONY OF VICTORIA. FI I". No. . OTICR i I.herely -i-en, that iandor at? .N h vilrIe of certalnt processes is.sued out of thi SHitrlelme Court of the colony of Victorin, ad directedi d to the Sherit of the enutal ]ithtiwick, requiring hhm to levy vertait tltolltes of thu real aud parsonald estate of WIhlAM WOOD, the raid Sheritf will on WVI.)NISl)IAY, the Ilth dayeof IlECIEMItFll ' 181. at the lhour of ONE O'ULOCK in the Afternoon, cause to be cold at the FOUlt COUIITS i ltI''lh, WildIAM STIIEI"T, MIIIIOUINISI , (unleso the said prseesos shlall Ihave heu previonu2ly satlistied or tlhsaid SllherilT be otherwisestaycd,) All tle llight, Title, nd linterest (if any) of the said W'illiam Wood in atnd to all that piece of Latnd, luing lot 115 on tile plan of sob division No. 570, lodged in ttle OtlicJ ot Titles, beilg part of ltigar's Crown spcilal Sa-trivy,.tlauri h - of NSunawading, coutty of tourke, mtore particularly des...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

BU-RTON & KNOX I SrAi LUT 11I1 D 1~8'. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, ]3UIR?,OOD ROAD, I-IA 1,T']-ORN. Highost Awards Molbourno Contonnial and Adolnido Exhibitions. 3-First Awards and 1 Second at the lato National Agricultural Society's Show, Pli~uton~, .?c., i il*..sikck nnd,?l~uilt . order. t. R"EPAIURI AIND nEINOVATINC. (IUAIhRNTIT AIL .WOUK. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. IIL SThlthllSilMENT.'f ST, TIOx Sl'rmliT, Ilux IIIIJ. The Ladiecs of Bjox lill and Surrounding Districts ara invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As tlhey have on hand a Splendid Assortment of SPRING AMD SUMMER MILLINERY 1N TIfiH NEXWISr STYLIES. Also, A lGoontd Assorlnen t of Ladies' and Chlildrecn' ULdlcrclothing, Iosiery, and G(iloves. Also, Plain and Fancy libblonls, Ac. CHI1.'P RTllAW HATLS A SI'PECIALIT.1YL Aspinall & McMurdie, itOU)SE, LI.\.'D a0 1 'STATE ', I AGE NTS, ",0158118 OP STATION & RUTLAND STS. SOX HILL. ,LOCA1, A(?NlSI'l FOlt- I'itori: Insura'e t.mpuanU my .inied. 'Nllbourne rn I':,'ra...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

LOCAL NEWS. --t:o:-- At thelio' lo Ilill Court on Frilay, Con. atable Jopgaproueoded .gainnt, two rosntwct ablly.drciA ud yomalng Ie, named lutihard Owenl Iand Tholalls (tarLa It, on1 a challrgu of ilisordaurly coialuct aund inaultting bolhaviour. it ailpcanrod' thalt tile tw(o IlrisOerOa with.in nuaaba r of' ottarn paid a visit to Ilox lttll on IlHospial hannday, na Ul?a when Lthy got tol lhI Ilox I lill lstatino they culd lint agree alnangsta thmsaelCvos, laut conunMenced a kind ol tiight illn llone of th vconld-class canrin~en. l)r. illng the secrianllannLe tla'y madena Ine of voery land haiagu'aage, whnlich was of nSInaa nature that it had to ha' written down In alpopr and handed to the lInch. Constabh e lones', as in lis nisuatl custom, was on thin station at the tino, and harang the ilngainae he wan con phlotd to iniiurfh'ro; this ho did by arrestilag thom. Tiny walked with him qtietly for a littlo distantce, wllin they took it into thelir hads ito try conclhsaionsaa with the ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 November 1889

Ti ,m groat event of Ilio year, the raco for tho Melbourno Cuip, hlau now passed into a thing of the past, aind will only bo Iniown in history. Tho Spring Alcotinl of the V.L.C. is anxiously loolkedt folward to by thousandsf1 in t1ih Austrtliau ?I glieson.' vlt.brings to the liotropol)i of 3Victoria overy 3'1year inlhultial mln from all thi Yolonle;, anl.it:.,al.~' i is L t''lflect of rbfl.lb:roU ,q i lAhe pi u ienLeitv,1ff'l4i snotihrn lo gi.ql u1ro a1.i-.ttiRNspidiousitiuol of tilo.o y oyal,.+s-AbbIbull ndatat . iiitbora Swhd. eoo1 thie.sril;ntjkfortliro Cip one of,.the grandu~st.' sights tlhat"c uiat l)1 'itplos(d in this ?alt of tih worMl. There.. q4.t 1)0 ., .l..disputing thle act Itt)at thoedayeoStvtpart .for tho'running of thl) MQUoIlurud,)up is r'egarded in S'ictopipins t thlmu !ltiqaIl holii4day of the 1tr.... l~IhQ4busip.es of tlhoLani (ourts Sib suspe1)lbdi;d PIa'liaumllnt is adljourned q i consqq.!oY lebo, tu1irall the+ 1 louses II MlIjdlir sinlaed1ucIus itouly pru)dent ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

MI R. GEORGE KNIGHT, ( !TO 11 7TIITOIll) (I F/T.17tid.iI?I, 1 -:;,) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, ME6B3OURNE, .'. K(1. lieave to neqiua?ti the (lntiry nilt) tho Pulbllo that 11 e elnctumnlly r11noinve Corn a n11 Ilnuouml h lltn i i mo I 1 IIU I1t or IIcI0l 11-ti |llhl. ( .a11 .lio 1111 i g 'I'o NYII la tir t othir 11111 1i1utenta t4 Sl lif r. Ktilghttt madn of treat sot ll Ian.m, safety. nll wllhtnhut Itho Ilst Ittoimnonlninc o or Ittlt. Iltr. NlllIgllt i t ti in lot I1tIIta It si nntFanaty, lifttriter to la I ru iriio Clllielliiri IlI O tm Wit Iy I tllii IO tInlirit'lailU that " if ot01 m nor lr ?till IIi linly Hinly fun alla L ti . o lllnr mll ullom, tr 1 r u hl tlr lct llml'l tif thin very l hllmeol mnntittiito iiilatl.Iollu. ilr. I(nllch.l, Ital'.llulnr ly tilfl Ilro lla inoo it lt tl ?nho ?'io mlaca I 1 o itttiii|r LIlo im nao t athnia of tllta pruolfem ollo an Lthu |lnlt ltt aitlplia to. No i.liO, io tIlly. OO " SOr.fIT1 ?W- Two klidla kept, Ono for Dmillonn. rho Rood to ruin Corns, Novio...

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MITCHAM V. NORTH MELBOURNE EXCENSTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

MI'ct.ut V. NORTIS MftLnOitRi .Excliaton. Tha above match wan played at Mitcham on Saturday on the ground of ' the former, and resulted in an easy win fbr the local team by an innings and 07 runs:. Scores, Mitchamn , 115; Nortll Melbourno Ereelsior, 30 and 28. The princilpal scorers for Mitlchan boing- swift 25. Thacher '2;t, A (Ilolland l20, \'atlson lo), not ont, looro anld (Cook were thle l s t,. saiwts, fu[L with ho hall. taking four rclkeihs for I and live for 5 respectliely. T'ho fllowing players halr been ;elected to represent theo 13lnlckburu Cricket Club in their matlch against tha Black Flat Cricket Club, to bo played on the ground of the former, at2 p.m.: S. Sneeby. J. Sneaby, Parka. MloMahan. Parry. Skeels. McLollan, McComb, Quarterman, T'. Chargo. bMoroland ; lmertr,cncics, T. Bail and Shallard.

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CRICKET. CANTERBURY V. PALMERSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

CRICKET. C.LT BtnarY V. 15.tLMRsTOy. T''hel above match was plaied ai Can terbury on Saturday laust. he oaplin of Ilio latter having only eight man, ansd hoping by a little delay tlhat thie absent iimembers would turn lup, pult the loIals in. O. and 'I. Fowler woere the first to face the howlinlg, anl played a steady game until 19 was up, when the last named was howhld off his pad, having mndtile 4. arbour lllcaml next, the score gradualnly mounting up to 35, when he was bowled. Norlmanu fullow.ed, when O. Fowler let a straight one go by, and retired-for a wellanade 20. 'Ilhe two mIextL LtsmIien, . towler and Scolltt, did inot do inmiuhi, bitL Irooks laid on the wood, anl iiaeatred il for a doewim score, but i hittillng to leg he did not getL fairlry on t.io b:ail, ti(and eaS ctiauglit outl, Illhid followed, i afteri miiaking lihe, "wns iowledl. A\llien, a liromisiiig yotnngster, took ie crell se ai ll lilt uiino to his crtedit. Stwat, the Ilst nlan, nmadoI ten, the innings closilln...

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ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Unsder thin hIandlnl. is aiserted, (ree of chargo, the namo anlld addrtn ss of overry ontl dlvertlsing regulanrly it our cohluns. Any dvertisrer whoseo nalme mollma havI h'iIn omitted is roquested to coinun~llnicteo 1ni tho ollic.. Architects- A. E. Clarke, Illnekblmrn. G. V. lllackburne, Box 11111. Auctioneers Bradlley and Curtain, Mlitchamnl. Ilinkers A. Lawson, Whito Horsoe Bond, Box 11ill. lanks Engligsh, Scottish andm Australiann Clhanrtered ltank. Melbouruo Savings lnlik, Johln Alsop, Actuary. Disenlt Manufancturer Nwnllow nid Arill, Port Melbourne. Bancksniths and Wlhmolwrightsa- Blergnlan alnd Callmn, Canterbury-road, Box I1ill. A. Olernio, Whito Horso-rond, lIox Hill. Coe. Newman, Grahamm-ut., P'ort Melb. C. Sutton, White Horso Road, Box Hill. Boardlonghouso- A. T'P. Lewis, Cantrbury Rdl., Surroy Hills. lookseller C. F. Ellingworth, Main Road, Box l1ill. Iootmakmrs- J. (load, Station-st., Iox IHill. ranssfounderrs- John Danks and Son, llourko-st., Mu...

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THE ROSE OF NUNAWADING, OR LIFE IN THE EASTERN SUBURBS. A TALE OF LOCAL INTEREST. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE "REPORTER") CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

THEI ROSE OF IUNAWADING, on LIFE IN TIlE IEASTEIN SUIIUIIiS. '-0 A TATlE OF LOCAL INTEIIREST. (WnlaTrs Exn'Rst?I?.r iron Tll "IcreanTEa") CsAssrTn I. Theasun was just on the decline in the Western heavens in one of the spring days of Novemnber, 1889, as Julian Norton was slowly wending his way along Tranm.street, Ilox IIill. ltefore him lay the beautiful landscapeR of the Doniaster orchards, which woro tinged with rays of gold caused by the rellection of the setting sun, while on the east alnd west thle view was evenmnoro de lightful to gase upon. The undulating land between Surrey IHills and whero he was standing was covered with trefoil and young grass, intorningled withl a luxuriant growth of wild flowers, which were slowly bending to the pressure of the evening ozephylr Ill an eastorly direction the scene was of a vastly differoet nature. Away in the distance the ."peaks' uo- dIstant -ranges could"bo clearly seen rising above each other till thie tallest seemed to bury itself it...

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COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. - 0---- Nunawadling Council. Present--Cr. Iishop, (in (ho chair,) snd Crs. loadhIIy, M'Arthur, Morton, l'elppleill, siL Ellingwurth. " Cooovseoosp.9s. Frotm Vthe Wtiter $Itppf lfepsrtment, st loi'g th:t in tiho 'il.p'sit ??u~t of thIo Y'tn '? l.Ot syVsten the ert t ctij of a stand iipc at. lo.x 1ill wouluLh be-tsolless, butL that if tI h levels . woult: in.rtoit a sitand pitpe woulld beo erelcted at Surrey Hlills staitioi. After efrefIl consideration it wais fitidl that the pilpe woiuld ouly bo ,I'etCual in CoIjulia wIth a larIngo storage tank, which it is considered would bo a sourle' of re'Oveiti to thio touticil. Iecived. rltom the hail;way Dep;artment, cno kI.ow. lecgitig teLeCipt of letter ulriging the erection of yards and. shleds at Box Hill1, Illackburn, and Mitclhutm stations, and that the 'sameo would be duly considered. letoeived. 1 . roulttector Moffatt, of Elgnr-road, : d......rawing attention to.the flood waters in Sfrontlof his hllouse, and wanting to kn...

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SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

SURREY HILLS. [nFRO OUn OWa COtRitI'OnItRnT ] Surrey HIills is still continuing to adlvance, the sound of the work mOn's hamnumor being hoard in every direction. Largo commodious dwell ings seom to be going up at all ipoints of thle compass, ailal it would be a diflioult matter to state which part is going ahead the quickest. HIowever, it is pleasing to note that most of the vacant allotments are being 6rnamonted with buildings, and will be occupied as soon as they are out of the hands of the contractor. I notice that Mr. A. England, accountant to Messrs. Sargood, Butlor and Nichol, is just completing the eruection of a large commodious weatherboard housb on Blackburn Estate, in close proximity to tihe new railway station, and will takeo posses sion of it at, or about Christmas time. Mr. Billing, the popular archi tect, has just finished a handsome residence opposite the Church of Eng land in Mlot Albert-road, and will be occupied b'y that gentlemnlan and his tunity durlng tihe inco...

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UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH, BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

UNITED 1MIETHODIST FREE CHURCH, BOX HILL. T"he anniversary of the aboveo church woa celebrated on LLLundLay last, when very nbld seurnons wero preached by the I1v. F. Clolmen, to large congregantions. On Tuoesday eveniniUg the ten mLceeting was hehl, the ladius who presided Lit the tables beinlg Meundames S. Collier, J. \Wilhlinus, UhItler, Tlhoudy, and I'Padglhanm, jun. i Misses Ainger and . J. Williantu; and at thle bacheulor's table, .Misses H. Serpell, H. Ainger, \\€illliams, and K. Sutton. T'ilie public meeting was hell innediately after the tea. Tile 11ov. J. Inrton said lhe wished to express thanks to GLod for Ilns mercles to themi during another year. lio was gliad to see o many frienIds fromn a distance and from thle other churches in the district. lie had IIow muchl pleasure in intLroducing oLL ot their own lay brothers as lchairLman. Mr. Willson was then voted to tIhe clhaLir. The elhairLLman said he was glad to soe the Minister of the Wesloyan Clhurch onil the platformL....

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WEDDING BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

WEDDING BELLS. ---o--- On TuIcday,, t;th Novemnber, the Rc\v. \V. E. )lollilow, \Weslcyanu Minister, pacrfornod thie pleasiiing cCoolnouy oI un11ilng ti h holy bolnds of nuatrimonn y between Mr. Arthur Ilrown, of lltekbubrn, and1 Miss Kalto \Walter',, of Iox IlHill, The nuptial knof was tied at the rdsideneo of the bride's parents, Blox Hill, and was witnessed by a select gathering. 'T'ho brido was very handsoinely arrayed in white coshiune, and looked as a bride ought to look, happy and gay. 'lhoet'o Miss WVldteOs adted as brides maids, and it is neeoodless to say that they wore very appropriately dressed. As soon as tihe pleasing ceremony was performed, and mutual congratula tions had beeon passed, the newly wedded pair started for IIealoesvillo, whore the honeymoon was onjoyed. On the same daly the Roev. W. E. Bromilow performed a similar duty in the RIingwood Wesloyan Church, which had been specially decorated for the occasion with orange blossoms and flowers. Tihe persons who c...

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SURREY HILLS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

SURIREY HILLS PRESBY TERIAN CHIURCH. A Ltea mc'tiihi anl conce't oa h i1'ld in the above churucl on 'rinlday o vinlg; la;nt, cthl inl;t., to wiilcohc the 11cv. Mr. iDarliejg, who hba accoltcd a call from thi cngrcigation of that llace at worlhip. The ohurch was profunely at tastcLuilly dc:oLrat:d \with fnlowerl aI11 OveCrgreenst,) anlld r Cteth1:t(. d I:re(:aIt creLdit 1111u11 tholu who devo i¾ theIlir time anl labour upon the work. The tablch were cell ticked with etalahlc, which cwio doiiie amiilc justic, to by a largo gatheriiig. The fallhwigg hadicci attended to the talhcsl- -Musdamli Milhl, .)owniey, (ilddlec, lurve?, liolcinson, lat tcrsonl, locrke, and Mclaui; Miss i liny, Slleddio (2,) Mclhcath, 1alconic (2,) and Locki, wolrknle hard to siuiply t11 InIIIuleroiidi cwants. After liio Iti a concit wasi held. The elcv, Mr. Mturdoch wac chairman, and fulfilled the dultles attending tlhat post with great satisfaction. During the evening the new pastor was presenteCd with n pulpit ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

SALE OF GIFTS. RECREATION HALL BOX HILL, Thursday, Friday, & Saturday November 21, 22 and 23, Open from 3 to 10 p.m. each day. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS I SALE of GIFTS Useful and Fancy Articles. Fijian Curiosities on View, Musical Entertainment each Evening, Admission 6d. Children 3d. Proceeds on bchalf of Wesleyan Church Building Fund. - SALE OF GIFTS.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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