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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

LOCAL NEWS. --: :-- Ti nilcmlenber of the Loyal illngwood lodge, M.U.L.O.O.P.., tIilered a btenefit concert nsod ball to Inniel W'right, who was injured a short timec ago at the Federal Ilrick WVorko, which hais resulted in his loijig hil rigllht ur. Thle ilombersc of the lIo:lge and order rolledl up ill stIrollg force, the room bIeing packed. The chair Was occupied ii thie abense ofl Cr. A. Itawliigs by Mr. J. .11. Taylor, who apologilsl for the forner geintlc. manii's ahbsence. lRCevral- ladies and gentic rmen fron llox Hill aissisted the local taleint a:ld heledj to Imlilke is very einjoyable ovening. A ilscie followed, ta w\icls a goo.l number reilalned2. The Typlhoid Gerns was thle sulbjet of a lecture delivered by Drr. hprinrgtlhorpe, under theo. asmlpiece of tihe Austrslian l alth SocletyB, at the Ildclcndent Hlltl, IunsM , Ill. strcot, oil Monday evening. Tie lecturer gave a detailed dlcscription of the typloild geurs, its developmenit aid growthl. ,ilts it found its entranc...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 December 1889

So lthe riilway to l'rn ''roo (Iuilly has bc~n opened at last. And, as is custo mary, thero was the usual banquet, which, from ill wo can hear, was not a great success. \We wcronot present simply because we did not got an in. vito, but for all that wo lavo been told a great deal moro about it by a gentlonian who was present than what appeared in the daily pipers. The Proinicr, alu hl always doos, talked to tho people in a flatutring way, but ho took good ciar, not to colloit hillmslf, When Mr. G(u.I.ms had finished his speech tliosu present loi0w 11no more about the valhiihed subsidy than they did before ]lo commenceLd. lio wai also very reticent too as regardl thlo programime to be adopted by tlhe F'ederation Confcrlu'IMu. lht thelre was one question that lie i.joko out his mind upon and that was tlat -hiu did not think the line would pay lit the prosent timc. Yells front the blody of the Ihall sounded out that if he would proclahiin the Feorn Troo Gioully line wvithin tho suhuslil...

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

THE BLACKBURN ESTATE. The directors of the Freehold Investment and Banking Company of Australia, Lmtd., engaged a special train on Saturday, 30th November, and, conveyed about 200 ladies and gentlemen to their estate at Blackburn. The company arrived at the latter place at 1.20, when they adjourned to the Recrea - tion Hall, where a splendid dinner had been prepared, in grand style, by Mr. Skinner. The chair was occupied by Mr. M. H. Davies, who was supported on the right by tho Hon. Jas. Balfour and Mr. D. M. I)avies, Minister of Public Works; and on the left by Cr. Morton, the secretary of the company. After the usual loyal toasts had been disposed of, Mr. Robt. Walker pro- posed the toast of the " 'Parliament.'" He was glad to see that they had such men in the two Houses as the Hon. Jas. Balfour in the Upper House, and Mr. M. H. Davies in the Lower. Though he could not perhaps agree with them on some measures he would sooner be represented by them than he would by men who held th...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

BENJAIMIN c TT I COTTIE, CASIH GROCER,I, OCIROOKERY Ad TINWARIE, Canterbury Road, Cantoerbury. DIUnA, Ol.rAnI, CII.Fr, &o. SuMME Pta] D)ia1n. J. SM VITH, IOOT & SIHOE-MAKEIR, CANTE.II1U lY-ROAD, CANTEi,{ lH3I11'. Repairs Neatly Executed. Ladies' and Gentlolemn'B Booto made to Order, at thle Shorteet Notice. J, CUMMINGS, Hair Dresser & Tobacconist, Beoges to notity to hi: Inucelrouo c8ustomers that he has re?olllovd to IlOre coIll0 Imodious P sl'(CI(i0C', directly oppllosite his uorcer E'lttabl i.shmen~t. E. H. FREEMAN, (Lateo of Dallarat--ouccrsoor to A. lush.) Wlatchmdk,'r and ,Jew,'ller, 203 Blridge-r oad, Riclhuol.Od. Jowellory and Club Medals (nado t6 order. All worl gu1aranteed. Country ordera promptly attended to. MRG CEORGE (NCGHT, --. C ~I I; 8 0I e &e & I & Fe (COLtN fief'TOIL) (IIST.\ 11,ISIII"I) 1S;,;'.) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, JVELOBOURNE. 'O S1o 0l9 tonvo to eqll:inL t hlll ?ontry nld tlo Pllbllo llal hlo oet'uoolnlI'Y ronlilon ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

NEVW IOST" OFFICI. The postnl autl:orlitie? Imy be coeplili Irlnleote(ol In their onllld senseH itl sleethig i site for the Surr(y ]lills PoIt Ollice, Ilner to whero.ithe genueirl plblie mst duo oeuh:lregae, namuiely, next uheir to (i, 0. II. ilO.:I1V 8 famuous Drnupery Eetablishmlu et. G. i. D.). ii sellinlg womulen's anld girl's Zullu has., at ad.; nd some beautiful lneck ribbon,, ie, cruamu, anti eolored, 2d.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. DIX AND THE STOCK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

MR. DIX AND THlE STOCK EXCHANGE. \As the result of the inrvestigation malo by thie commltico of the Slock .?Ixchangeo concerning tllhe i ound llill " liasco," a letter, enclosing copies of some resolutions, was scnt to Mr. \V. PF. D)ix on the subject. Aeting upon idvieo the cnmmitico had decided to en forco rulo 15, which provides thal, nlt disputes Itween Inlmembers as to their dealings with each other shall be investi. gated by a commnittee, and that any memlber who refuses to carry out or abido by the decision may be placed lunder susplensioln and evenltually dias qualilled for membership. The comr mitteo accordingly ordered sIr. Dix to pay over £7t91X) to Mr. I). GCroenway, So00 to Mr. I. JRolls, and .C17.I to Meossrs. It. Donaldson and Co. within sevenll days, Inl reply to this communication the following letter has been forwarded by Mr. Dix's solicitor's.: hMelbourno, 2nd December, 1881). The Chairman and Committco of the Stock Exchange of Melbourno.--Coentlemon, --I have the ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

colikit NaiVS. ' Nunawadini Council. Present--Cr. Hu! ! anghhon, |relr'Ki,.[Fe t. (i n tht. chair.) and 11rs. M'.Lrthbr, Morton, Ilishop, uCooke, .Iawlingsi adi lEllinlg worth. Ceafles nl ni'oDIn tu . Front llrown liros. o(f Forest HJill, complaining of the clintgerots state in whiich the entrance to their promises had obeen left. through the- work that wa~s being done on the Ciiiterbury-road, where theure was a utting three feet deep in front of their premiseas. The muatter has ln since been attended tu by the engineer. Front J... Coates and Co., gas eolntrae tors, stating haut their menl were taken offt tihe work of laying theo pipes leadiing ultElgar-routtd to Burrey Hills. bcansd the Council's engimer didt not thinkli it uadvisahlol:to.peruced withL the wrik until the rotd.had bean taken over from tille ountractu'r, itudihthatl thty would 'Jot be able to .co?m?plete that section until the sanction of tlle engineelr was obtained. Front J. Cuates andt Co,, iiforumliig the equncil ...

Publication Title: Reporter
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. CHAPTER IV. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE "REPORTER" CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

T IT ROiSE OF NUNAWADINCG. on LIFE IN TIIE IEASTIERIN SUDUR1UD . -----0-- A TALE, OF LOCAL INTE'LttEST. (Wr?rcuns ExeatnSl.r roll nS "IltPcoasTs" CulArrsla IV, (Contihloied.) The convoyance containing Mr. Purcoll and his family arrived at Fleminigton about hIalf-past twelve. TIh coaclhmuan tool chiargeo of the horace, while tile young ladies saunterecd loisurely over thu lawn, which, by this time, was well tilled. Whon opposite the memubers' tanld May directed lher sister's attention to.a gentlcman who was taking a quiet lunar at them as sthey ipansed. TLhey went it few yards further when tlhey turned their heads round to look at him, and to thoeir surprinu they found that he had done the same thing, conscequently they looked each olther straight in the face. Julian Norton,-for ho it was whom the ' a--,th-harln g- boen orn -and bre a trno gentleiman, immedliately turnned away andi pretended to walk iln an Ollpposite direction, but at the samo time he tool: good canro that he did not...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

ANOTHTER WATER SUPPLY. "Ilopo d(fierreid iiakcth the heart sick." is nas truu now as the daly it wno writteu, and will be to to en-cd of theaclhiLer. ''lThe Nuln wadiig Council hlas got tired of waiting fr the laends of lhe Water Supply Depuartlueli to carry out a prullise tlhat waib madet yearn ago to tlhis Council that a icholuo would bo inaugurated to supply the whole of theo Easter'- Suburbs' with aitn olliclent water linpiply. J:lhe Council has bueon waiting for a loug tiwu for tbo DIupartmeint to Iullil its pirolmise, liut up to the lirusclft no attempt lihas been imadon in that, dircution, oolseqiutntly the( CoUniilb.ha buom0, asiVk Oa heart, and, like the drownliig ruIn,l is willineg to wed itlelft to aiiy polsiblO-watver swohiLoY. The latest in this directioi is tlhat submIitted by LMri. Michaiel Elliott; anid is .kunow as the " Elastcrn Nuburbsl Water Supply ldchuIcII.i The head rwok r aosituateodl in the DLndir nong ltanlges, aod it is uitiuasted tlhat thin scheme will au...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

GRAT'rE'UL-COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. B R E A K F A S T " Ily a thoroighi knownluige of the natuan awa which governc the operatiolnsu of digesition .od ziutrition, an. by a careful application f tlhe liltr properticr of well-elect-d cocon, \'ii Elpa his provided our breakfast tabllo with a deheately.llavourcd bovernso which 'any save us many hIeavy ldoctor's hills. It I by thu judicious use of sueth articles of dllct that a conititution may ho gradlually built ip unlltil stlronig enolighi to resist every Iendenoy to dilsao, luuIi roris of sitbtle maladlos nro floating around us ready to ,ttauk whlrevor the ls a wseak point. W\Ve tlay U;OaIpe Iallny a fatal sIlaft by keeping ourselves well fortilfied with purc bluoid and a proJIperly nourished framOU."-Sos artlcle in thle C'ivUil eri ce Gactte. Made aimply with boiling water or milk. Shid i hlb, packets by Grocers, laileod thus a JAMES EPPS & Co., IJOM(EOPATIIIC CIIEMISTS LONDON ENGLAND. THE REPORTER Circulates Largely in, Box...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.] SUNDAY TRAINS TO FERN TREE GULLY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

CORR*ISPONDENCE. ti'e do hot Iu o ree rrejisiiisile for oJiiaUni ixpreuucd bU Correspondents,] SUNDAY TRAINS TO FERN TREE OULLY. TO Till irrm)ll UOP TIEl ONhINOTIlR. Stmo--As a samillll of sellish inconsistency nlld intolleranrlt exuluasivencll-l haud alniostt .said hylpocrisy-eo illllnend ine to the speech of thle Iol. Jasn . Ililfolr lit the hanlqluo t ill clcbration of thu opelling of thileu ull Tireo (illy irailway. It is tr. he feared that Mr. lhalfour objects to Siindziy trains, iuot hiconullso it is a contraviventilonl of thle F'ourth Coi lnadtneint, biut because thereby thousands til lai workinig 1 eon alod wnollll, wlth their familios, woull bhe mlorally andI pllhytsically roe.juveonatel anlld reinvigorated, anlldl return to their daily' toll with the IiLmpros of Ilnaturo's beautletos staltped oil their ienliorioa. lont thleir prsolnc woilll evidently be olenll iivo to Mr. ]tlalfour anldI his frnllids who minght Ibe sajourlnig at the OGully fromn l-aturdays to Mondays; ther...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAMBERWELL V. BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

C.'slifwEELL V. BrLACK5t75n . Tho match between OCamberwell Cricket Club (Boyle and Scott's Tr'sphy tneam), and Blackburn Cricket Club, played at Camborwecll Saturday Inst, resulted in an easy .rin for Camborwell. The ]Ilack. burn team were unfortunato inl having only seven of the first eloeven to play. S. Sneooesby bowled well for Blackburn, taking ? wickots for 54 runs. Zurcho for Cambervwell took 0 wickets for 2 runs. The principal scorers for Blackburn were 1'ark (not out) 23, and S. Sncosby (runI out) 11. In the second innings this batsmen made ten not out, while 'Park in his second innings failed to score. Monahnan in his second innlings made 13, the rest failing to make a.stand. For Cambeorwell, M'Goeo uado 11, Hamilton J0,.Lawrence 10. Davis 2, lPearson (not out) 14 and Zercho six were the principal acorcre. The following players will represent Blackburn in their match a gainist Mit chanm on Saturday noxt:--J. Sncosby, S. Snecsby, It. Iroberts. G. Gannon, McComb, Parry, I'Pa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHATS IN A NAME. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

WHAT'S IN A NAMaE. At thel lieoting of tho Nonawndling Coun. cil on Monday when the dccruetary's report caine on for consideration he recolllnleldoded tlhat works on Jobaon's-road should receive the attuention of the engineer previous to having the loan money expended upon it. At the mention of Jobson's.road, Cr. IRawlings ros to his feet, and said that the secretary hlld adno a nistakoe. As far as he - know there was no road in the shiro called ",Jobsoln's-road," The proper nanom was Junction-road, and it was a matter that the coulnil shoulld bo particular about to seeo that the roads were naliPed correctly. The President interrupted Or. Itawlings, but his remarks were inaudiblo at the re S porters' table. Cr. tawlings: Then I am a notorious liar, and not fit to occupy a seanl at this council. I toll you that I ant righlt, for it was at my instigatioln that the money was placed on the loan schedule for works on Juneltion-road. Tile secretary staled that theoro was no snoetioin in t...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLIO V. BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

CIO v. lbX IIIrLL. This nmaltch was played last Satusrday at Box llill, and resulted in lla very close draw. as the local club had two wickets to fall, and three runs to makeo to win. Casoy carried out his bat for a .vigorous 30, liilst· Meandor ' 18, Reoil 17, aud Payno 10l, batted Woll. For the Clio, Hill's ,/) was a successful performance, anld lredham contributed 22 in a very nio. slylo. Clio woro nal out for 1(t; whilst Box lill hliand 102 for eight wiikkts.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

FDHE CASHI ]RONMONGER, CAMBEIIRWELL ROAD, CAMllERWELL (Late Curtis', Jeweller), W. G. ETiHERIDGE - (Late witlh Andersou and Striclands, ?Prathrn), -?egs to intimate to thoe residents of Cam -liorwcll and surroundihng districts tlhat lo opened a large and well assorted stock of B3UILDERS' & HOUSEHOLD IR?ONMONGE R Y At LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Locks ald Tinware ilFepaird, Keys Pittod, Scissors and Knivee Sharpend. Box, Flat and Glossing Irons, Fancy *lracklt Tacks, Patecnt I'kture Hooks, N.'P. .Safety P'ins, Curtain Hooks and lings Ec., in great varXiL'ty. i'lease Note the Address THE CAS11 ]RONMONGER Cnuborwell Rload. CniLerwel (Late Curtis', Jeweller.) Carpenters anld luildcers' Tools a Specialty. 5 'PER CENT, DISCONT FOR CASH. 4 '7/11 r/0. OneiiundredThirteenThousand h11,000. 113,000. Daroans. The largest Savings Bank in thde Southoern lemispher and one of the larlgest in the wor!'. Thrift brings happins's, thriftleassneas misry Join the baula aonce O.v Delays / D Ax are.dan...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

LOCAL NEWS. -t--o:-- Theo Ierwood's zgaisl-mztdo their appear anec at the Box 1-ill Court on Friday, when IouIisa HaIrwood charged her brothur-illn-law, Chis. Lerwo0od, with using threanteoning lan guagoe towardslher on the 24th Novomberhrat Foroest Hill. SBeveral witncases corroboratdl the sL.tcmcnt made by Mrs. Louisa Iocr. wood, and other witnesses sworo to the- very :qPolc;pde.t I ",'~mvingl taken plice. .The'l 3each dialsiieedtllhe onsio; onclh partyhaving jo pay their p?9wi cots, -vh?dh :manoaptcd to a considuo l i?mn, as 'they were repro. seoiltud by ulty solHci.tors. SAt .thoeloxl.il-ourt on Friday morning a man named,JJrown sued.lis employer, Jas. naentore, theo licaneso of thu L)onolaster 11u01 for assault and wagca. The evidence: of the complainant was to the .effect that he had been engaged to look after the stable eid to drive a coach. He had worked three daysl and during that tihuo -io victuals placed on the table wora unfit for humane consumption, end tlhe man who wou...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

MANY people have very funny notions as to the powers and privileges of the Press. AVo regret that there are some persons in our niidst who are so narrow minded and bigotted in thoir views that they are even desirous of gagging the Press. These people would make the- great fourth estate simply the moedium through which news should be circulated, and when tltho aper attcpznitsA to express-ian opinion upon any sulbjhot of li0ii importance, it is going beUond its, functions (in their opinion.) Accord., ing to these scribes those Who-writo leading articles should not criticise the doings of our public men, and if they should say that tho public ser vants are either over or underpaid, they commit an unpardonable sin. .By so doing they are arrogating, to themselves powers which they 'have no right to assume. What a nice state society would be in if those narrow-minded people had their, way ? Despotism would soon. become uni versal, and all kinds of tyranihy would be winked at. These remark...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. CRICKET. MITCHAM V. HUGHENDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

SPORTING. -:0:- CRICKET. MITOIarA v. HIUOuI~ENNx. This mnatoh was played on the ground of the former last Saturday, and was won by tile local toam by 186 runs. Scoros--Mlitchanm, 200; Hlughendon, 70. Cook again headed tile list for Mitchanm, with 01, next canme Goddos 48, Mlooro 21, Watson 21, Thackor1l (not out), and Titus 10. ; For Hughcndon, Eves nadlo'54, none of the others being able to mako any-sband pagainst the bowling of Svift, who secured'fivo wickets for 21 runs.

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A NEGLECTED CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

A NEGLLECTED CHILD. -o- On Tuesday evening as RSen.-constable Lloyd was making his usual tour of inspoo. tion ho found na small boy in Sltation-street. As soon nas the boy saw that hle was dis coved he " moved on," but ihad not got tfar befcore he was overtaken by the s?nr., who ascertaineld fronm hil that Ie resided in Col lingwood, and had run away frolm homen ill order to get away from his father, who, he stated, illu:ed hiim whenl lie was\ drulllk. Sen.-constablle Llolyd took him 1Iome, andl as the child was ihunigry gave himi a good meal and a comifortlable bed to lie on. On the followinig min5 hg lie was brought before Mr. Ellingworth, J.P., when he gave his name aa Joseph Ityan, and his ngo as ten yearn. IIc stated that ho hal been in the Ihudustrial HeSchool for three years, and hal blen hired out to a farmer ini Avoce, but his miother had brought hiim home again. His father was in gaol at tile preseont timme, but would le out i a iday or no, and ralthcr tlhan imniect him hi...

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PRINCES'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889

PiUllCEg'H s TIMcATIS. The fiftioth representatioil of " Littl?e Lord Faiintlreoy" at this tlieatre on S.aturday night was made the occasion of quite a do. nmohstration. His Excellency the Governor, accompanied by the Countess of IHopotdu'n and suite, attended the theunatro, id 'inet with a hearty reception both insido and out. side the house. The entranco to tile theatro, the staircase, nlndfoUyer woro all most tasto* fully decorated with flowers, flags, and ferns; out of compliuent to his lordship, the Earl's colors decorated Little Lord Fauntloroy in the first nact, and were also extonsively used in the drapery adornling the furniture in the first sceno. Upon the entrance of the Go vernor the orchestra playeod the National Authen, and as theolwholeo audienc etood up the theatro being >crowdcd in every part, the effoeot was brilliant in the extreme. In comn menoration of the occasion, Mr. eVothor. spoon distributed copies of a rasoe de concert (decorated with jiramits of hihnse...

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