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BOX HILL QUADRILLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

BOX. HILL QUADRILLE CLUB. --o-- The above club closed their season with a plain and faney dross ball in the Rlocroation Hnll, on Wednesday eveiung. Notwith. standing . the incleuenoey of thu weather a good Itnulber fond their way to tihe hall, nnd when the music started thero could not have been less than (10 or 70 couples present. The costumes wore varied, andl the carlut and blue of the military and naval uniforms relieved the dull monotony of the plain even. ing dress. A very long programulo had boun provided, andi the light fantastic toe was tripped far into the "woo lnma' hours" of the morning. Great praise is duo to the colmmittee for. the way in which they worked to make this ball a snIcess, and we are sulr they must have been delighted to have their hlopustrcallsed..- Of course, the brunt of tie work full on th1 shoullders of the soueetary, and wo should be doing that gentleman a gront injtisdico' if wo did not recogniso his indefatigable efforts. No gentlomlan in the club l...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

BENJAMIN COTTIE, C.ASI GlIIOUIEIl, CIIOCKElT? A " ml TINWA.(.I, Canterbury Road, Canterbury. ]hl.t.N,, lorI'nt l , i a. F-, A. Stratu r )ul.uxs. J. SMIT H, BOOT & 1IO II -, A UAI, CANTEh Ill U I Y- I)HO. 1), CAN'Rl ultltlY. Repairs Neatly Executed. Lndlies' ind (lentloicnn's lloot, mllado to Order, at theo Hhortest Notice. J. CUMMINGS, Hair Dressor & Tobacconist, Iuegs to notify to his nmeros cultomolr, that hu has remooved to mlore coon* ,ondijo,? 1'Premiseu , directly opo18iste his former :stnablishment. ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY Under this heading is iuserted, free of charge, the muine and address of every one advertisinlg regularly in our colntin. Any advertiser whose um Ilnll ay have been omllltted is requested to colunluniaent at the ollice. Architects A. E. Clarke, Bllackhurn. (. V. JIlaukburne, Box Hlill. Auctioneers lBradley and Curtain, Mitchasn. Bakers A. Iawson, White Horse Iload, Box Hill. Iank- English, Scottish and Australian Chartered hank. Melbourne Sav...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOTTINGS IN THE TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

JOTTINGIS IN THE TRAIN. The other slornilg, ". o'r special " and ono of tho'loeading auctioneors were follow passengers from ]lichmond to Box Hill,, and' oni tlo journey the city uItitoioCdobtieaulsd, t)Io time to fly by tolling the following stories, but to be appreuiated, they re'quiro to behleard as they tgvro: repstiabd to our:'representQ. ire,. ,1lhb first itory ran as follows: Anl eminenit ' nglish judge was on circuit. his lHonor wais ' 'very clever and very learned.man, but ho was also very ugly, and his face, unfortunately, hand 'been. grcittly disfigured by being atnacked with that most dreadful of all diseases to. rlich, flesh' i heir to, viz., small pox;, " le, hahid Ijiteoned very patiently to a case, and at its conclusion, the rlast witness il as di`led, who hap pened to be. a young. woman, fhi Hlonor remarked: 'During the whole of nmy experience as ha barrister, and since I haro1.een hnorcbdc with a seat on the eiench, I?haeo' nmqver heard ovidloice given on broth sid...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

Council Advertisements. Shire of Nunawadling. TRENDERS will be received at the Shire .L 11ll, IIOX IlllI.T, up to 2.30 p.m. on MONDAY, tith I)ECEMI?IIII, for the follow ing works: Coitrset 10-Formantion and drainage ElRgar.road south. 'Oontrct 20-Formation and Cualvert on Ely,srmad. Contract 21-Formation and Drainage, Middloboro-road north. Contract 8-Maintenance Metal, west end Canterbur'.road. A delposlt of 5 per cent. on amount of tender must be enclosel. Plans and Speooifcations at Shiro Hall. No tender necessarily accepted. (lly order) J. II. TAYI.OR, 28th Nov., 18,0. Shire Secretary. Auction A'dvertisenments. ' .MONDAY, DECEIMBERIl 2. At Eleven o'clock Sharp. At the Rosidence, Balmhnorl, GOLENFIllI*1' .IROAD, IIAWTHORN (About 100 Yards l'Pad' Iliversdalo-road, Vest' Side). To Thoso furnishing, Lovers 61 Art, Privato Sssasmilios,-4Resideinlk -of." the neighbor hood, and, Others, MAGNIFICENT s ?RT' FUINITURE, S Comilirlsing : Two Splendid Pianps, Marble Statuary, Bronzes, Painin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

BURTON & KNOX, IIS'TAlilISIHIlD 1.? . . CARRIAGE BUILDERS, ]3UN\1VOOD) N? L), 1.-I \\ TI-10 NN. Highost Awards Melbourno Contennial and Adelaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards anld 1 Second at tho lato National ; NAgricultural Society'iieý: Show Carriagen, Iuhggies, Pholutons, Cligs, &c., in stock and built to order. REVPAIIS AND 1,?NOYA'r]?I. (iUAANI.\'r: ATI WORK. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. ii. . hi, IN 1,Y A1N D) 1IAl'ItY lIHT'1AIlISiI MENT. STATION STREnT, Box 111... The Ladies of Ioux Ilill and Surrounding Dlistricts are invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As lthey. iavo on hand a Splendid Assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY IN TI[HE NIWEST STYLES. Also, A (food Ansortnnatit of Ladice' and Childrens' Underclothing, Ilosiery, and (hlove. Also, Plain and auclly Riblibons, &c. CHEAP1' STiAAW IIATS A SIPIClIA.IiTY. Aspinal & McMurdie, 1usua:, ..I.nD do ENIT.i TE .IGEo"T4, :OI :II Oc , STATION & RUTLAND STS.; I.OCAlh A(l'INTS FOll- J'l'twr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

LOCAL NEWS. We have received lt. lir:s ninler of the :irltern Sulmrb, (tiGlette, a new weekly pupur published at Camberwell. 'ther paper con tains a fair quaantity of reading matter, alii it, leadin~ g columnI artle well writtlen. We are glad to s?ro tha it it hai 'ommaelled will by iquotti:g from the po'lrter, ald we hopu it will cotiuie in the wise courae it luts adopted. Weo wish thet ne0w v:enturte every :dseuce5.,. ThuI sal of gift.A huhl in tl?ho Ileer,,atjin hall, l.x ill, last weel, in aid of the Weis ltytnil Churchlll, was a great sctllt,',nl. 'lThe amounott rlali,;ud almply rolaid the) ladiex who b\wre in,;tru.mLntal ill g:LLtting it up, a(nd tlder w\hoI? julliiouisl; Iuanllt5,g'iIetttt the utlCertal.". inI was .,, :,(:ucct.,. ll lly carriul olut. 'Thu n. t pruoc.2,I; (ruon the ,a!u a(ounted t.01bout S10J. On Saturlay next, at threu p.m., F. Ihadey Dill- eubmit to public auction at ?t a\\llr nlld '.llTu ,plu ul et-, Auiblrn, Inaln au(d houua :ituatud in the nntui, of t]hi;...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 November 1889

WII.N wo compare th l ) working of thi Nuinaiw ingi Colnmil with the inighll boiurinI Couiicila wo tie o Il t a glance that it is worked on vory ocolnomiical principles. To II cLrtain extont we have to congratulate tlh coiuncillors upon thle judgioniit they have shown in workiill I e C'ouncil so cconlomically 1ts it lihs d(loe ill thei pIlit, but wev artL' afraid that there is sclh it thilng, as lbeing too ocoilioiilicil. If we comparlllei tlihu alharies which is paid by the ]loroolnlarii Coiuicll wo fid that the (liuploy6.t ill tl.c lttter Counicil are fair imoro libcrilly dualt with tlhan lro lhooo who are thet, eploy of tlh Niun wailing Council. Mrh. HAINso , tl)o secretary to tho sliiro of HlIrodilldirat, 'recOives it 111iimuh litllor salary thlln i. paid to Mr. 'P.'vi.olt of the Nuinawaliditi Co iicnil. 'T'lht rait, -coll.ctlor for thi forlnter .h iiro lli.ý IJln )lliil diurin g;, th last year at thu rate of £10 it welk, while Mr. l"'-;l:,.AN, who acts in ait similar capacity f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

BENJAMIN COTTIE, C.L\i I G l OC 1o? , CIlOCK uIl Anid TIN\V.\I ILE, Canterbury Road, Canterbury. l}itn~ , "Par[0laull. Unliar", Ac. J. SMIT H, BOOT & SHIOI-.I AKIER, C.ANTVi,',BUYI-o.LA [), ('.\ NT,: lIIll'lY. Repairs Neatly Executed. Ladios' and (hntlemcn's nlloots uu tol o Order, nt thie hortesct Notice. J. CUMMINGS, Hair Dresser & Tobacconist, iege to notify to his nlutocrous customero that he has removed to more com. izodious Iuremiscs, directly ol'pposite his formIer E~stablishment. MR. CEORCE (NIGHT, - .c CHIOPIRRT68 BdB,, & (CORN 10l0'IoI.) (ESTAil 'I) 1835) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, FIEbBOURNE, K.08 leIao to nsequatlt hio anstry and the Publlio Ilat lo oRoolunllyl rmosnron Cornsu d Inlltion wlth, t tlt llbs tolot oIle or Ilollino Collotilo.. , orowl rii ro NIIn, liad otheor lmw imlhtunuti t4 thero tisr ur of u lo foot romovoil. In l ll ot as.`1 tolw tN nro,No llore ay nrtltlg. TO ~L tI~s 1, kir. talalht'. mode of Ironotnlol I oonu, Rafoly. ind willtont Inlo h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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 — 6 December 1889

THE OtOSE OF NUNAWADING. LIFE IN TIlIE IA?T'ItIN SUIIUIIUI. -0 A TALE OF LOCAL IN'TEIltST. (WVIITm S r ?rS'I ?v.1 YIOV Till, rle " IerouIIrII") CIIarrTaI Ill. (Continued.) Mrs. Purcell tried to consolo her daughter by saying that if she was as h1rd to please inl selectling a hubIand, slhe would pity the spoor man, when shie"ot him--in fact she did not think May could over flil the manl thaIlt would sllit her. 'lay cnaluly replied that that was vastly different. She could alter thile manl as she Sthought, proper, and nmake hllm act so that e -~ would be jgriillldd, but she could not mlake thile dressmakers understand ihow to lanko her costumlnes to her liking, alld whlaen they altered them thley only made blad worse. " Mly dear," said Mrs. Purcell," why donll't you follow tile example nof your sister, who, instead of going to thile fashionablo hon1se in Melbournlo for her Cup dress, patronised Miss Ilall, who has mado a dress withl wshich llobe is delillhted, and it fits her like a I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Under this headlinH is inerted, free of charge, thIe namu alnd alddros uof every one advctllsing regularly in our colutmns. Any advertiser whoao Iuane ImayI hlave beenl omlltted is requelted to communicatll o at thelu olice. Architects A. E. Clarko, llaeckburn. G. V. lllackburio, lBox Hlill. Anetioneers Brmdley and Curtain, Mlitcham. Uaker- A. Lawson, Vhiteo HIorse Rload, Box Hlill. Unnks English, Scolttish aid Australian Chartered Uanlk. Melbourne Savinlgs Blatlk, John Alsop, Actuary. Biacuit Manufaclturer Swallow adl Ariell, Port Meltolrloe. llacksmniths andl Wheclwrilghts ergmn llllanlldll CLann, Canterbury-road, Ilox Ilill. A. Glennie., White ltorse-road, Iox 11111. (leo. Newnman, traham-st., Port Mclii. A. T. 10wis, Ca-terbury ltd., Hurrey 11lll. Iookseller- C. I. illingworth, Mlain load, Itox 11111. Ilootniakers- J. 1 iod, Slation-st, Box Hill. 1raslsiouiilerl- - Johln ilnks mid Son, Ilourko-st., ,Ielb. Brick Works- \V. C. Tylor, Mont Albert Road, 1lalw...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

NEW POST OFF'iUI. Thoe postal authoritics imay bIn compli. "Iualtld on thelir sounltld asan ill soloeLing a Hite for thoeu Sury Ilila Pmost Oflice, acar to 1whlre tho gene'crl pullblic most do congreUgate, namtltlely,. etxt door to 01l,0. II. Dll~tlllY'N Inmoms l)rnpory E1stmalsinmnu.t. 0. II. l). ia Ulihg woammem'a anl girl's Z.tI hIats, at ,; llnd somev beantl Iluck ribbons, CLIite, crent and colored, tiI. Jizllolorinfs Iedst0oi Oilclothij rd' ??. &o, Qedg* Wov02 Wei atre dd Rich4 & Co 0'o 8o w hjohl toll-suloted Sto lc of Ollsebold F'urniture n offl u g sUfaid aIlz4 8eiillyo Noii Oi ?, Dt,, Rickh Go, Iia iOl Ju dod d. .eas; I Uppopd I[~ruw'ijrai .and . - id o6 a sri*i REPAfl8 tT~OL&2? *. Oi - JCU ER

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSEBREAKING AT BALWYN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

HOUSEBREAKING AT BALWYN. ----o- At tile KCuw lictch on Wednesday mIornzing a young man was brought up ohiarged with burglariously entering the prumiscas of Mr. Ifeolry Strutllold, on \VWhito i lorsu RIoad, ULJalwyn, on the 19th Novombubr anid stealing thlerefromu artiules vanlled at .LS. 'ITho prosiecuitor, Hnry Strotficld stated thalt thu houso was his property, but was not occupied on the day of the rob. borye. Ito used togo to thu hIouns every day nud ace that it was atll right. On1 the 2etlt November hloe not to the lhouso anlld founllld that it hal been entered by n window at the rear of the pretmises. Ili missed articles va!ucd in ill at £8, tand identilied the top of the box pro. ducud as being similar to the oneo thlat was in hisl placue on the 19th inst., but lhe would not swear to it. Ie did niot know thle prisoner. A mtan named Stephens deposed to having seen ot thle day namedntl two ImenI drive up in a vehicleo and stop it front of the pIrosecultor's hIouse. Otte manll g...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BOROONDARA RATE COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

THE BOROONDARA RATE COLLECTOR. At the nmeeltin of the BIoroondlara Council on Monday nigiht, Mr. E. Wilonl, the rmote collector and ilnspector, addlressed a long letter to thl Council, in whicilt ho stated that hlu had road a report in one of the local paPlers" tLhat his services were to he dispenscdi ?witlh. Io hadi not received any notice from the Coouncil to that cfTect, and if thicro had been any complaint against hinm he thought that it waso the duty of the Council to notify hlint. le flien welnt oll to stlatu that thelru . appeared to be a misepprehclionl ill regilrd to thn salary Ie was rcceiviig. In order to collect the rates hle lhad LIca colmpelled to pllrclohaso horlose tild btg.oy. - at tilnis he Riod to eoiploy eiirical aO,;.iihLoi'co; he hod to pay for " iearchi,,';" aild to difriay hii: own .... . postnoge, lie hald tI, wrk iocciioii.ly oIn Hullndays, nu lSry f?tlo lill midnliglhtl. II rouniud nuilm ir.':u hlii I' i?exp I',h ioniiuOlt( I ii about .idfl) i year, ealt i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

SURREY HILLS. uROM OUR OWN CO(t1111lUDsIiINT ] The busihtess of thu post and tele. graph ollico is now being conducted iu ono of Mr. lan~son's now ihops, whlichl has boc0 admirailly littod up for thu businscs. At the present timne the ollicu is uInier tlhe tiemporary lnalllguimeunt of Mr. Edgar. 1 regret to lchronicle a sc5iouts accidenut which halppened to Mr. (Leo. Simith, fruiterer, Canternbury loadl, on Slaturdly last. Ile was in the act of getting into his nart in WVindsor Park, whe lu splipped and fell, thu wheel going over himn aund hreaking tLve of his ribs and ;liglhtly injuring his spin,. 'The services of I)r. Stock w ?ere one 1mrebtr)ought into? requi,?ition, adl he attecdedl to the IIIIunfortunate man, and IluollilllulletId him tli tIhe hdlbourne Ihospital, where he is huw proire.-uing ais \well as caui ie xlipctteld. A mlieting of the Surri y Iills Pro gre,?s Connmittoi was he[l at Mr. ,\lIiowcll's ollico on lriiiy evening. A letter was r*eceived fiml tLi as So tibo at ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MITCHAM V. JOLIMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

,I'TCI.I.IM v. JOLMIOST. This match was played Inst Satnrday oil the grounld n)f tie fornmer, andi elided in a drlw ill favor of thie local teaIn. Scores :-Mitelhanl 210, Jolimnoant 5 wickets for iS. Thle prinuipal scorers for Mitchams were Cook 58 not oluLt, Swift 50, Cronna 31, D]obson 25, Mloore al, and 1ntty 10. Snuith..played good 2ricket for l1 nlot out for tie visitors. Thie St, Ph'illips Cricket Club met thd Ilox Hill Criekelt Club lnast Saturday onl the local grounil, alnd secured a tldrawn annmen prinCl yll v owingwtR to thu excellent atting of Iiiuk, lwho scored tl2 nt ollt, tils being tie lrighlest ildividual score this enrason. Thie followilng are the S.cor erimo S'r. ViriL~irs. Allansonrl, I.b.w., b Casey ... 10 - lelornboekel, b 'Paynio ... ....3 Jollastlone, o anrd b Crilsey .. McGrath, b L'aynio ... ... 18 Ferl', b lMendcaer ... ... ....18 MartLir, c Lawsonl, b WYillialms... 4 Crisp, Ii Menider ... ... ... , iLovell, b Mender....... ... 27 (rrrlt, e Uirside, Ib Mend...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS INDEPENDENT CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

SURREY HILLS INDEIPEN DENT CHURCH. A bazoanr in aid of Surray Hlills Indopeon. dlent church was opened in the IRecrneation aill, Surrey Hills, yesterday aftornoon, under most Ifavourable circulstances. The hall was m(.st beautifully orinamonted for the occasloll, illd when it was filled with anil the fancy goods presented a pleasing alipear anico. Tlhcro was a very largeo attolldanco at the opeinmilg, whlen anll address was given to the audilenco by Mr. J. F. Walker, of Canl berwell. Thie fancy stall was under tho care of Mosdlatnes Mlair, (uner, Jacob and Walker. Tlheo caello stall, which looked very nice inlleed, was attenllded to by Miss Hfoward. The Sulllday Hclhool stall was deolputed to theo tars of Mlimil Muir allnd Mlias MI'Lllan. Mlrs. Mluir presidoedl over tho refolreshmenolt setall. T'lhe table eact aplart for flowers lIresecte(l a illoil delihtfull al.pearaerllco, and was eni. t.ristull to erlo, o nfTMiss Seqloes and Mllsll lalctn al?le li; a Hall. Mestr. (umllleOr ?lad ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. CAMBERWELL V. RICHMOND JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

OCRICKET. C.itrERawrLa . ; llCIIrMO.D JU*IoRs. The match between the Cambeorwell Cricket Club and the ]hic',miond Juniors was continued oil Saturday oil thle ground of the fr'metr. Tihe two lnot olut nlll of the previous day--Sithl and Loughmalll, went, to the wickets, and whenll tenl rulls had booi added to the score, Loughuan was hbowled by a splendid one from Nichols. The batsmen played carefully' and did all they could to win thle match. Passilcld till led Longhlnan's pilace at the wicket, Ibut hle lnadl not bee there long whelhn ictte In li L attemIpt to geLt a run, land before hle could get Ilsa baut grotuldcd, the wickeot-ke rlc reroved tile bails. 'This was it good Itan thlat the Jlluniors Lot, amd. if he had not thrown away his wicket in the manLiLer described, hle woutld have caused a deal of trouble. Carlos then joined Smith. who was showing spledtlid formII- in faect lhe sceeed to be iim oinble. \Vheu he did giie a chance the lield let hlih oil. Caries also pla3yedL i go...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. -o Little Lord Fanntelroy still continues to attract largo LudiunUes at the Princess Theatro. Tllose who havo not yol beon should at once embrace thl'eop 1rtunity, as thIe last night of this popular play i an loulnood. This is the snoo atart lvo piaco running at present. Tihe Coghill llrothers concluded another successful week at St. Georgeu's IHall on Saturday evening, whlen a varied progmramnlo was presented. Th'le Trvou lirothiers inade their first appearance in a series of aerobatic p)erformnanccs, anid showed thlemsulves well worthy of a place alongslide the supple ath letes who have recerntly visited the city. Tihe Aeorial Wonder was again exhibited at l(reitmayer'e..Waxwoks on naturday, and the woindorftl'c esollliona were pcrformned to the nstolniohont and admriration of a largo ntniumbern rf ssechatort . Amongst the other attractions the clovu r erntrtairritelnlt by Pro. fessor Davis, the ventriloltirist, was received with mucllh favor. The perforihan...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

Council Advertiscements. Shire 6f Nunawadcing. rTl?AND'RnS will be received at the Shireo .L lnll, iOX IIII.T,, up to 2.30 pml. on MOND)AY, ith DECIIEMBElt, for the follow ing w'orkls:- Colltraot I0--lornation anld ldraminnge .Elgar-rad souoth. Contracl 2---Formation andt Culvert on . ly,c-'oad. Conltract O1l-Fornation and Draminage, Mliddlebororoad north. Contract 8-Mainluenanca Metal, west ond tCanterbury-road. A deposit of i per cent. on amount of tqnder miust .be enclosed. Plans and Specitications at Shire Hall. No tender necessarily accepted. (1!1 order) J.1. I TAY.01," 2Sth N'ov., 188t. Shini Secretary, C ENTENNIAL LAND AGENCY, SUIRIREY HIILLS, • IR. J. El) WrARIDS Has tihe following Proporties for Sale 2llalnmoral cresccat--Tln'eo ]riclk :*:b..: OI " _? ? w,?,'?',tl1CS C ?,?'t? ......~ Seay terms, each ' . .. .02 Wi'idsor erescent--]rick Villa, 8 Srooins, all conveniences; 07 x 170 1075 'iriek Villa, G.rooms, pantry, &. : 4.1 x 135 ... ... ... 650 Corner Kent and Eass...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

BURTON & KNOX, IJSTAUL.I~ISE D 1A80. GARRIAGE BUILDERS, 13UNVOO.D ROAD, I-I? V1 IORN. 14Wrrieabateiiniatuua A1diib 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late National Agricultural Society's Show. (Carriaces, ]luggles, Phlmtons, (ligs, &c., in stock and built to order. ItEPAllts8 AND II.NOVATINO. GUAUltANP'rR1? AlT VOiK. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. i:[1 I ,INF.Y AN)D DRIPi'lRY .L ENT)LInll31IENT. STr?TZo STIIIKt, :I.ox IItur., The Toadiea of 1ox lill and Surrounding listrictg aro Invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they have on hnnd Splendid Aasortmenllt o " SPRING AND SUMMER ILLINERY 1 TiH" NLSE'\"ST STYLS.? ' Also, A (ldl AesortLIen I of Lindi'e' nand Chilrden' Underclothing, !losiery, end (lIovno. Also, P'lain and FIuncy libbonmx, ta. CHISAP 8TIIAW l' IIS A 1'ISPClIAITY. Aspinall & Mclurdie, 1ltIUSi, .I.\'SI, d( ]T'I'EIT' .IIEUO.T, _ ? '~klHlimll tOF " B X HILl.. I.OC.I AGEIN'T'? I011- IFietoria Insrance ConsfulJtnU f*(itehd. AIllcnrtllr lri lLrmanent nltl,...

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