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ST. PETER'S CHURCH, BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

ST. PETER'S CHURCH, BOX HILL. -:o:- Tile members of the Church of England communion in Box Hill are to be con gratulated upon the eorterpriso they have shown in erecting the new church building iln White Ilorse-road, Box Hlill. Thie strut. tore is a brick one, and will acconmmnodate about 200 persons. It is nicely finished in side, and will be found a very comfortable place of worship. Great credit is duo'to the Rltv. W. V Green, thu incnmbent, for tile neal and energy he has displayed in working up the congregation, and it has beenl chiefly through his instrumentality that the present building has been erected. Certainly,, he nhas been libly nHitiled bfW y icidifiithte comi prising the leading men of the district, whose advicu is considered valuable in all anch untderstandlings. Mr. Green hal only been stationed in the district sonme 12 months, and during that tiino hoe, hais been unrenmit ting in his labors for the church, and as a consequence lie hlias greatly strengthened thie c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

-)TG CEORGE ) CIHT, (COLN 1IOC'rTli.) (liSI'.\111.ISlI1:1) 15.) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, IMEL6IOURNE. a S:(18 Itrmo to nteqolattall the Gntry andll tho Pulllo that he effootually romnron Cortns ndtl Ilonulhw wl ithont tlit lhtt i or h. p.oa cr Iiltrooenltao. Illn,ro iltt,? loo Nolhs, and other impdlwouts t4 tie tl o ft , use o f thu fotL rilleovetl. I11 Al e.tu, te rao el f? I oelliod btforo oleratiug. II7 MDr. tull;ht' trode of trootmntet, (lai e., Saety. lltd wllhott tho Ielet lcotvetdorcnco or paln. Mr. Itltylt nL t tit,* l cl ilot t leoc t-xnr , Ill orlor tn lo*,piro co itolllllnl ol t tilu on ,?notelll. to tolleucihtlo that it ohoers ; nor iloos ho rely nololy fiut Unlprti ot po1,ili IPprotntiht, or antytthtig ihort of thfe tur¥ highoti . r',o?'tnlot'otiott . Dlr. KiltlL I><t pocltlnrt.i i ulltOs I1. elsrvie ..l to thoo who havo beu uudur th tao 01ol )liton of this pruoefslott ns the olln ho nadolttol I, No cuore, No Iay. - OO .-?? SOT'V'r n? T'I-'Two ktldi ktpt, On0 for...

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SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

SURREY HILLS, --o - IPoO?0 On aV CnIRRII'OnI N)i'r ] It is with feelings of regret that I lavo to ruport thei death of Mr. lunter, J.P., who died at his rosi. deueo, Surroy Hills, on. Thursday, 10th November. TIhe deceased gentle man had. on:ly b'on a resident of S'r-:.'y Hills for about 18 months, bIut lduring that tino le hadl made a largo circloe of friends. .Ie was a genial and kindl-hearted man, andl did his boest to exdrt and influence for good in the community where lhe resilded. \Wlen his health permitted he used to sit on the lox Hlll Ienlluch, and as lhe was an old magistrate his advice was always listenedl to with respeoot by his brother magistrates. For umany years he had resided in the W'immunora dis. trict, and kept a goeneral storo at Muirtoa, wlhero hel took a leading part in all local matters, being for a timno chairman of the Blenchl at that placo and president of theo Murton Pastoral and Agricultural Society. Mr. Ilunter had boon auecossfnl in business there, but ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

Council Advertisements. Shire of Nunawading. rITENDEIS will be received at the, Shire H1 all, Ilox Hlill, ulp to 2.30 p.nm., on Monday, 25th inst., for the o:following works: Contract 18--Culvert and earthworks on Iliveredale-road, at Fanwick's Gully. Contract 8-Pitching, tarpaving, and drain ing Station and Cambridge streets, Box litt. Contract 4-Post and rail fencing to reserve ncer Old Shire Hall. Contrects 8, 6, 7-Maintenance metal for North Hiding, 2200 cub. yardls. Contracts 8, t, 10-Maintenance metal for Centre Riding, 1750 cub. yards. Contracts 11, 12-Maintenance metal for South hiding, 1100 cub. yards, A deposit of ilver cent. on amount of tender lmust be enclosed. Plan and specitication at Shire Hall, No tender nccessarily accepted. (ly order.) J. 11. TAYLOR, Shire Secretary. 14th Nov., 1889. Shiro of Nunawading. 1''IRESII Applications will be received at 'the Shire Hall, Box Hill, up to 2.80 pi.. on Monday, 28th November, from persons willintg to undertake the dutioes of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

BURTON & KNOX, ,:sTIr.\I1 I?II11" 1 ti2. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, ]3U L 1\VOOD 1 OA .), I-IA \V' L I-IH RN. Highest Awards MIIelbourno Centennial and Adelaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late National Agricultural Society's Show. ll'AIRS AND ItlENOVA'I'ING. G(UARAN'TEl AT.T. WOR1K. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. Ir TINF1 nY AND DItAt':ItY I",ST:S'rAiLIS! I.M NT. " STATIOS STREiIT, Dox lh ITu. The Ladic olf Box 1ill and Rurrounding Dlistricta are invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they havo on hand n Splendid Assortmlnnt of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINHERY IN 'rllI: NEIWEIH ' ST TYLES. Also, A (lood Aaaortmen t of I,adie' and Childrona' Undorclothing, lHosiery, and (cloves. Also, Plain and Fancy Ililbons, &c. CIIAP STlRAW HAII.\TS A iP'ECIAI.ITY. Aspiinall & McMurdie, IoUSI':,, .L.I ND a FI' I.TT7 .IrNl.?v7, :oI0NI:R oF STATION & RUTLAND STS.. SBOX I-IILL. L.OOAT, AG(IITS FOR l'icoria ht.n rance .'"mpa Uy Limited. . oelbioure i'ermaneit llu ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

IlumouIM is niuicl nceded ill tie J"iduca tion D1cpartmuent, so fLr us tIi tirelt inent of tlhe pupil L'tcilers ii concerned. If the Ministeu of ]'ducatioin continues to pursiiue i.s iiiggirdly po licy'y n rugard to the trceatiient of the pupil teachers, the time ,vill be not far distint. when' the State will find it a difniult llatter to get girls niad boys who will devote their time in. studying to be a teaaher.' The State requires,.,at the irtit' tiine boys and girls l iqarc occupying the position of pupil tolehlersto devote the whole of their time during the day in teaching a class, ili some instanccs of from 70 to 80 scholitrs. The youth in charge of such a class is responsible for the discipline and progress of the children. in fact he is to all intents and purposes an assistant tIciher, and has as nmuch work,to do in school hours as any teacher ilh the school. If lie has passed two :esuninations lie will be remunerated tit the iate of fifteen shillings per'wiek. What a handso...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

LOCAL NEWS... -:0:- '-Tho greit populniity of iniony and Cleopatra at the Opera House, Melbourne, is not only duoe th the exco lent mountinl and scenic effects, but also to the popular actor, Mr. O. C. Miln, and the manager, Mr. Rleginald Chanter, whosoe untiring etforts for the comfort of their patrons is so well known. Throughout conscientiously acted by the clover comlpany and lavish liberality as regards scenic ellects. the theatre-goers who rightly, throng this Ilace of amusement are loud in their praises. We predict a mllost successful run for this really clever representation. The system of having a plentiful-'sauply of liquor at auction sales isa ast growing Lnto disrepute. A sale was recently held at \\'ar nambool, which was a great su'cess, andt there was no liquor given away. Anotherb one has just taken plhico of the stock of Mr. 'wttliam Glagow, 'A teillpeiciilico. main -.?if Ilallanguich, on the .satto principle of no intoxicants, when the result weas equally s1n0 cessf...

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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 III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

T II IE ROSE OF NUNAWADING. -on ,IFE3 I.N Till,, 1.AS'r'IISlN SUIUIII!]S, A TALE OF IOCALI INT'IlttIS'rT. \ uIrn~ts Exri'an.i, loau TtI " ito:uretT1") C , CarrTT?n II1. (Continuled.) Iler'kind and genial nature mtade her the filend of all, and the enemy of none. Though Mr. Pourcell was fond of company and used to spend thousnads yearly in keeping up an nalpt'arance, his wife wouli far sooner hive devoted this sum in relieving the wante of those who were called upon to do battle with the ups and downs of life. Her hotne for Christian philnuthrophy was known far ntnd wide throughout the lastrn tlubulrbs. Anti whenever the various churches were ill. nuluratihug a lasnar or sale of gifts slte was invariably the first one that was appealed to for help, which was never refosed. And as she anwnys delighted to make her home happy she felt that it was her duty, its a good nld olbedient wife, to consent to her hus. ibamnti' wishes., lie took n delight in horse racing, nod made it n rule to at...

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MITCHAM V. CHOYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

lMITCII.A3 v. Cuovnnor. This match was .playod on the ground of the former, and -rusnlted in an easy win for Mitcham by 1117 runs. Scores :- Mithllan, 14:1. Croyden :111. .. T''itn 28, Swift 981 Batty :2, rihadlkir 21, Cook and' oore 11 :each battod 'best for Mitoham, T. Titus carryingl off the bowling honors by taking 3, wickets for 5 runs. AMithllam Second v l3lackburrn Second. alsi pla~'ed at Mitchliam, and after a mllost exiling game, ended in a tinl for -litehatim by 1) runs. Scores :-Litlichant col, Blackburn 51. Pratt was top scorer for Mitcham with 37, and Bail batted best for Blackburn. The follonwiing is thoe leam selected to play Cantorbury at BIlakburn on Saturday next, players to bo on tiho grounld at 2.20 p.m. :-S. Sucesby, Roberts, lPark, Chargeo. Skoels, Me Combo, Mc ollan, T. Quirternian, Parry, O'Koeef. ]nmergoney. Slillard and Campbell. The matclh betuiw ili Ilingliwo lri" And Blackburn 'w"iis. pilied' .it, Bllaltlburnon Satulrday, and rosnltod in -an aony' victor...

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HEARN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

HEARN RELIEF FUND. -0- The following is an account of money cols lectod and expended by Mrs. Ilenderson, Mrs. MClolland, and Mrs. Walford towards supplying Mrs. IIearn (widow of thoe lto Georgo Ileorn, who was accidentally killed at the Metropolitan Brick Works, Mitchaum) and family, with provisions * Reca'rs. y Mrs. Kenny .. .. .. 10 0 Mrs. Henderson, MIre. M'Cloel land, Mrs.. Etheridge, Mrs. E. Moore, Mlrs. Course, Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Walker, and Mr. W. W. Beagin £1 each 8 0 0 Mrs. Gordon,' Mrs. Loudrigan, Mrs. fIIuggins, and Mrs. Do Vallo .. 10.. each 2 0 0 Mrs. IIosketh (0Vi, Mrs. Cook (i 0 12 0 Messrs. II. t. Kofford, A. HIor wood, Sutton, Dwyer, and Mrs. Craig and Mrs. West Os. each .... .. 10 0 "Mrs. leld and Mrs. Stratt 2/ each ..... .... 0 5. 0 £13 17 6i Excmsaunoao.. To llorneomanlros., Butchers .. 3 5 0 W. (i. Town, (iocor .. .. 5 8 0 T.CG. llanysm, nllker .. ... 81i 0 I. I. Do Valle, 'racer .. ? o Cash, Ilalance handed 'to:'Mrs. ncin .. . 0.17 II .. £·; 1317 .1 Note-Mrs. W...

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ST. PETER'S CHURCH, BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

ST. PETER'S CHURCH, BOX HILTL. The i)Ddiction F. estival of tihe nhovo church was continued on Hunday last, when thile' to W. (rioon i readhibd an Oloquent and imnpressive eernmon. lThe sme minister niso addressed thq children in thu afternoon. Thie ROv. T. II. sut, M.A. , conducted the servico In the evening. The building was packed at all the services. A tea and public meoting was held in thli Recreation Hall, on Tuesday evening, which, in spite of the crowded state of the Hall, pissed off very suecessfullly. The entering, which was on. trusted to Mr. A. Lawson, was everything that could be desired. The following Indies attended to the various tables :-Mccdames (Groon, Sergeant, Blackburn, Mender,. Sutton, Miller, and Misses Taylor, Collilgs (2), Rnawlings, 13rituell (2), and M mackenon (2), and per formed their diflcult task .satlifactorily. After the ten the tables were roenovod, nnd a publio ineetiing, interisperued with muiic and songs, followed. Fe h platform wans occupied by...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. Boyle and Scott's Trophy.CAMBERWELL V. RICHMOND JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

CRICK ET. Boyle and Scott's Trophy. liowlt'd lt~s , T. j Ittlt, tlt, n ttldotu n it t't'gutlnr stittgtr.I ~'I'Iu LIutIuiu olo·Itt1I ft ·Jr T e mii ttt I t'lIn (th O s rt (11n t11)t Iwas y t'( ilttd o'r n ftt li ' (rlist ofunings. 'nnit' ng.tnI 1t1t11 oIL. wc';tt itt bur "i iir uttttcl iafteiitgs, (wing rIt'jrsctluct atstlir wicket by 'ruglt ntrl Nichols. Steady phly was the order of the day, both bats, In lllhandling tho willow in such a way that they meantll to s!anght er all the balls that waere oni thle wickoet, while thase tlhat wero dead on were simply blocked. This kinid of plny ,has a de-. liprsiii efltect inllioni the howlers. andt, ten lltd '? y thlllir,.1pillrieno and exasperi. ate them more thin anlylling elst'. Aftler the rirst two or threed sters runms begin to colne more freely, the halIesmn evidently beginning to feel that they eatthi talks liberties with the Ibowling, wi hhl throllughoul t flas very gootd. anlld It cred'litl'o the Juniors, more esjlcianlly as this is...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
G. W. PILGRIM'S AUBURN AERATED WATERS AND CORDIAL MANUFACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

G. Ws, PILGRIM'S AUBURN S2ERATED WATERS AND CORDIAL MANUFACTORY. Amongst the many largo factories that have comae into existence to cope with the demands of the large increase of population in Melbourne and its suburbs, the above is one that ftlly merits the liberal patronage bestowed on the enterprising proprietor. The machinery used in the production of the various invigorating drinks is the besat procurable, the most of it was exhibited at the late Melbourno Intornational Exhibition, and succeeded in taking prizes against the world. A very noticeable feature in the production of the various beverages is a " Silicated Carbon Filter," it is tIn only one of its kind in Victoria, and was sent out as a sample at the exhibition, and secured by Mr. Pilgrim. Every drop of water used for manufacturing purposo passe through it. A fact which should conunend itself to those who desire pure drinks. Amongst the many new drinks introduced to catch the public appetite nolne have, as yet, succeed...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. Nunlawading Counmcil. Pre'sesL-Cr. Ilishop, (in the chir.) nlsd Irs. I'PArsthur, Iasorton, Pepporill, Cooko, nd s ' !llirgworLh . aOlllll iHLK'OI)?C.?DE , From the Post' anl'l To'graph DoFpnrt mnes I., shliini .ntg n I ihe l,'Il.lrllllls. , w.' ihl not. I;o ju siliei l in grmlss itg inaiil i o lt,'n siors or providing sa lelitr thlivery n) A1ilsiham. The Iclir sirlt iiifsrineid IeIo cosincil that it wr? tht dhily of ist Pist. tlnslef' o tdloi 'hli I'tlgrsilsn wilhihi n Irdlisn of a mile nnisdi alif frssm tlho post, .[I ,e." .I ,(,f,,ived1. -"Ps hil s hoi i lite.fIn 't l i ti nths s.l at isig isat I ho s'nisose T, for tiii: pasymlnt'l lf io th scliini's f 'hlo coans il sg lislln.l lih I)opelrmie,.tl for itr piivihg nilu kriisig ibo foolpath in fsont t ,f thi, iHsx'l ill 5,.h,0ol hut been pnysbhd l io 'h'Tri.inisry Hinllso' o t iLt of Octbisr. s'cs'iveild. Froms 1Vsn. 8. Ps"rgi., ssdiciior 1, Mtsstrs. Tihio, ntliying to brisig isrttin Inllt under itheo "Tra:,ssfr ,f r)La...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

TO Till EDIiTOI 0O TIIR Rl?POi?E. San,-In your issue of Friday last I no. ticed that the Mltehinm 0.0. have published the match, Ringwood v. Mitcalam, as. a win by forty runs. 1 nmust say thal it Is a f?lso roeport, and I would like to know under what circumstances they clainm it as a will, The Mitchalnln:m)q , in their first innings scored 815 runs. Tle RIingwood men had, it the call of timen, whlch .was sai o'clock, lost nins wickets for 40 runs, theor being one wicket yet to fall. The game therefore unding ill a draw." Thie Mitcham men were very much an noyed at the call of time, and stated they would claim thie match if it were not played out. The Ringwood men declined to pro coed any further with thie game. The visi tors gave three cheers for tho home team, but the latter failed to respond. There was general dissatisfaction amongst them. They were dissatisfied with the utrn pires--dissatistled at the call of time, and were much more dissatisfied at the game being a draw. H opin...

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THE BULLEEN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

THE BULLEEN COUNCIL. The 'ainual mooting of the Tiulleon, Coiu1 ift; w,? eiiiptneed" i' at,' lrfle.lo sto.wr on..Mnlpday, hurt,owing to tlhi councillor's 'coning td loggerheadsa"thd meeting was not lilislhed. 'The' fol. lowing councillors were preosnt-Cr. 'Hunter (proesident) in the ulhair, and Crs. Smith, Kent, Sloil, Moader, Good. wi?j, Davis, and Lawford. The socroe tary road the annual report showing the position of the council, and the' President road a letter. from the audi tors stating that .the accounts woio correct.' Cr. Meador proposed a motion that the report and lianisce.ishoet bo. ro. ecoived and adopted, This was car ried, and theo meting was going along swimmningly, until Cr. Smith . rose, and: said ho considered .it .to be the duty f thl donililil, sooing thali" the 'ie'otrtary had kpoi the libokh iin such a creditable niiinnor, that a vot6 of oon lidonce should, bo passed in faivor of Mr. O'Brien, the secretary. Cr. Goodivln roinarked that heo could not give his vot...

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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 — 29 November 1889

CORRIESPONDENOIC. ( I'e d'inot hold oulrselves responsible for opinilons exfpressed by Correspondlents.] ,,,,TO TIOHR RIITOIt OF TI7. IRtPOIfRTfR. Br,--In your report of the assault case in which I was plaintiff. at the ]oix HillU Court, jn tholth !ines. A you state that I sueId lMr. J. Uoyle. .As that gentleman haId, nothint to do with the case it is only justice to himn that you should ifnsort this dunial.., Tiho Jlan who assaulted me was II. .II. Boyco, of Croydon.road, Surrey IIills. Yours, ,co., . THOS. 0. COATES. Surrey hills, Nov. 23, 1889. -0-

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RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

RINGWOOD. '[FrnoM oun owN CoiuuroNNoDrNTr] . ' Th6 contractor for theo now station at Ringwood is pushing on with his work, and .in the, course of a few weeks he will 1lave the \ork out of hanul, As far' ascann be sali fion a carsory glahico 't the ititildinglh'Cio contractor hasniado a good job of it. 'While 'the 6overmnnntwas. about it, they might have put .up a larger building, and one that., would do for all time. In a few years, as the dis trict progresses, which it most uti; douibtedly must do, the building will be found to be too small. howevor, there is no disputing the fact, that Ringwood is far in advance of Surrey Hills or Iox Hill with its now brick station. ' The late Iaiins have 'made the country 'around hero look 'dollglhtful, and oeverything is now redolent with the growth of spring. Nature is put ting on her beautiful spring garb to make us happy, but somehow or other we are not so. The tradesmen says that things are dull. Tie nuc tioneer , says the land boom :shoul...

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LIFE IN BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

LIFE IN BOX HILL. Thero nro a groeat many people who have to spend their lives in the crowded cities of lilchtnond and Carlton, who look with long. ing oyce upon those who have the advantage of living in Box Hill. On ono day this week a married woman who lives in the far famied town of Box Hill, paid a visit to her mother who resides in lichtmond. As soon as the Box Hill visitor arrived at her mother's house she was congratulated upon her healthy appearance, while her children looked the very picture of health and happiness, form ing such a contrast to the dull and haggard coiunteallncea of those of her tmother ald sister's who rceide in ltichmond. The first words of salutation were, " My dear, how well you look." The daughter replied, "I anl sorry to say that I cannot return the coimpliment, you all look half dead hero." The daughter contiinued, "Since we have been in Box Ilill we are able to keep fowls and ducks in abundance. You have no idea how much I can nmake out of lly eggs-t...

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SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

SURREY HILLS. - 0 --- ([PIIO Ott!l OWN CollIiI:S 'ONIGN\T ;,, Things are quiet in Surirey HIills aftor the ball aldl concert of laLt wvcek, the roeiidunts lre taking things very quietly. All the ta:lk has boon about the now governor, who is considered to bo the right ImIan in the right place SIa Centiullaent I n0o:at hoarltily cOldorse. l)Drin; thet vivid lightning on Mon-. daly night tite chIiniey of the reisidence owned by ex-councillor Editnond was struck by lightning. Though no dalillllgo was done to the building the chimlney was doestroyed and had to blo ro-built,

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