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BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. THE STARS OF THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889
BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTSB, TH11E STARIS OF I1ll STlAG. TIIc.h LTHo o InaY.IIy hr. OGrattani Itigsl; revived "Shin k,'ano," tho paico in which ho orilntlly introduced himself to a Melbcourno audience, at the T'heactro Royal last niight in the presence of an audiencowhlich illeld overy portion of tho. house, and neglected no opportunfty of ap plaudillng a performallce with which they seemed thoroughly pleased from boginning to end. The play went smoothly and effectively amid -shrieks of laughter or tIlundors of applauso., Mr. Grattan IRiggse' assumption of four distinct characteors--Suit lair, the conventional Irish land; Con, the shnpletobn; Mr. MOuiro, and Mrs. Ilanbury, an amusing Irish woman-afforded him ample opportunities for the display of hle versatilo talents. Each charactr was well differentiated, and alt equally successfully pourtrayed. Mr, Clyndcs, as usual, ,vas thoroughly successful in olaborating the villainoits charactor"of Martin Doylo, a.ro turned convict, and Miss Clar...
THE CYCLORAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889
Tlo a acviieronai. Tho yolordnanwa.s visited on Saturdary by thie Boymour Cdets who l took part in the rilo match at Williamstown, and also by Yoarravillo and Yarravillo West BSlnat school scholars and toachrore, the trceat being kindly provided by Mhr. Jauos Ounning, J.P., of Footescoray, who has shown great ilnterest in tho schools of the district. The iallarnt exourslonists who visited Miolbourno during the weeock also attlended in large rulnbers. Among others the North MIclbourno Sunday School toacheor and scholars will also visit the Cyolorama at an early date.
ALEXANDRA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889
ALIxANDoZA .TnEvraT. The Alexnndra Theatre was well- filled on Saturdny night, when the popular " S.ltan of Mochna" was repeaonted, with the tsuccess whlh ha geonerally natotended the efforts of Mr. Joln Solomon's Opera Company. Collier's oporn will be repeated to.night and to.morrow, and on Wcdnosday Flotow's "5lartha " will be presented, when Signor Antilla Buzzi will appear for the first time in English opera, and will aassumo the part ot Plunoket.
THAT WINK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889
THAT WINK. At the mooting of thle Nunawadlng Coun cil onl 7nntldy a consideralble amount of atmusmnlto tt wa caulletld to the anotta)ort of1 thu 1''re. Ily a romtarkl which foll fron?i Cr. lawliwlg, who said he could sce Cr. IliHhopl givo a wiak to the Presidelnt. 1[o (Cr. Raw. lingsp) dii not believo in winkso-they wore out of place, and tiletallat a giood dual. Cr. Ilisillop lIuthlll lit the rtalalnlk, blul for iall that it was clear tlhlat hlo did not relish theIlo retarkll, nlt?n abl lle I'Ic teidett to caill Cr. lawlilnlltg to order, 1Ie waatll flrther thIalnll that anld tated thatlll Cr. lHawli.gs.' COtl alctt was; of icll a naturelo tlhlat hlo would leav tihe table if hoa (Cr. ilawlillgs) did nlot auso better langluage. 'Tie President oicred oil on the troablod waters l"y pattiag hiai. foot alown utpola aillo contdut, but Iat the last tlarincro died atway Cr. aliwlilag,' vlaicl could be heaid ayitagIi?, " cThen c ou boltatl not wilnh."
SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889
SURREY HILLS. -0- (fnuo oon own coIuaIrsPONiINT ] 1 again remind your readors of tihe great entertainment tllhat is to be given in tile Recreation IHall, Surrey Hills, on Wednesday ovening next, under the auspioles of the local oricket club of that suburb, and without doubt the prog.ranulo that has boon arranged is the most attractive that has beoon pro sented in this distriot, (as far as a concert Is concerned); and the entor Lainment on Weodnesday evening next will be iall tile mlore interosting and attractive from tihe fiact thllat a number of performners will make their first appiorance oil thie above oevening fully justifying wlhtt tle bill does say a " galaxy of talent," and amongst those who make their debut are Baby Nicholls, time talented childl performer, also Miss Alice ]ortlang, and the fol lowing melllmbors of tile rrlahran Southern Troubadorsa-Nosusrs. W'ill, Vatlkins, (ai comio iupersonation of high ropulttion,) Jamea Walton, Mr. and Master Frank Kortlang, also Meloss...
A DANGEROUS RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889
A DANGEROUS RACE. The Iox Ilill Court wans ocouploed for a conslderablo tie on Frlidny in adjudicatilg upon a case in which two foreigners named Nicholas Iedololl and Oscar Coscuinskey were conccrned. Thie defcndcntll were charged on the information of Constablu Norwood with creating a dlisturbance on White Ilorso road on the 2L1Ith Noveulmber, just as it was getting dusl. TheIy had beoen imbibing ratlher Ireely, and in order to vary the mon otony of liftu in Box Ilill, arranged a race for one pouniid, the distance to be about a mile. Iloth the defeunldatl were driving.i a horse and cart, and could niot speakl English very distinctly. The evidence did niot state wlhat sort of a start they miade, but it was clear that theI defncdaIcts yelled at their Iholrse ill their, mother tollngue ill such a mallnner Ithlat they soon attracted ic crowd of pecciplo, who wuro unlder tlhe impression that tIhe elll wore mad. As might be expected iin tsuch a race, a collision took placce. The two cart...
AN ENJOYABLE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889
AN ENJOYABLE CRICKET MATCH. A friendly game of criekot was played on tihe Canberwell cricket ground on WCednesdat y afternoon between the aue tioneers of Glenferrio, Hawthorn nod Auburn ani tle Camberwoll knights of the hamnior. 'The day was all that could bo desired for opon'air amuseoment, and the game from beginning to end was a very pleasant one. The Canmberwoll tean was ably cnpliaineod by Mr. M'Don aughl, while Mr. Aiken performed a similar duty for the HIa\vthorli knights of the haumuer. The visitors wero the fllrst to go tothe wrickets, being represented by nfair and Uatten, whilo the bowlinlg was entrusted to the care of ]. ])unna and Russell. T'he batsumen:managod to,.negotinato the first over, off which they made one run; but iln the next over Iatten's minid was running on the collapse of the land boon, when lussell shattered hlis stumps. 1-0--2. Iaines filled his place, but when one more run had been made JHair allowed .l ussel t'o. kilock down. his wicket. 2-3--7. O'Bri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 13 December 1889
BURTON & KNOX, I", .\ i 1U ilI", 1) 1 2, CAR.IATAGE D'UILDERS, Burw?ood Road, Hawthorn. Highest Awards M1lbourno Ccntnniial and Adelaideo Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late National ...Aicultural Socictys..Slhow. Carria ge, luhggies, Plcaton, Gigs, ?c., in ,tock and huill to order, lIEPAIIH AND BENOA'I'IN(I. GUAIIAN'I'E Alh WOVIK, DESIGNS SUIIMITTED. S. SNO W , SADDLE & HARNESS MIAKER, VWJhite Horse Road, Box Hill (O'POSIT'II TIlAM TEIIMINUS), And at Surrey Hills and Canmberwell. GIG, CARIAGEI, and BUGGY HIARNESS MADI)? TO ORDE)R. COL llARS CAREI FULLY FITTED. WIIIPS, IRUSIIHES, RUGS, &c. 77 Seaoond-lhanld Harnoss ought, or Exchangedtl for Now. .IILINl IY AND DRAPERY SXTTION STItvmnaT, "lo1x HtIT.. The ~ladica of Rox Ilill and SHurrounding Dist)ricts are invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As tliey havo onl hIandl a Siplendid Assortmxnt of SPRING AND SUIMER MILLINERY IN THIR NWl.S' ST'P YII.. Also, A (oodl Assorltmenut of Tanli' an....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889
MR.CEORGE )KNIGHTS (COliN lD)CTrOllt.) (1IT'I'.\ISili ll 1. 3..) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, JVLEbDBOURNE. ýtO09- hIavo to nequahnt heo Oontry and the public that ho effect11lly romoven Corns aunt Ihlotu r without the i lsthleot plin or bleeodh g. Calostllic, lngRro hlg 'in Nolle, n id other Ihpelments k4 p" ti ti oo weo of the fuot rumoveotl. In all c ca the oe altocihl beo ot erOnting, TO -,Aý EI .By lMfr. KIlght's mode of Iroelsnont, Is eaee, safety. anid without Iho least lnconvelenien or pain, MIr. lsleglit doi tint dioolm It ioeoasxary, In oralr to looplro eoniothloinco In hIi eowii cyntetl. to dIopnwelols that a? othlero nor donn ho rely solely for stliorl on lillte ipproliullon, er anytllhln short of the very hllioul rn?onielidlalmnilis. ?ir. Knlight Ioarlhlihllrl?y ofers his sarelesi to thoso who have boon ulnder the care of tthois of this profeslolnl, asrho plan he ndlpts i, No C?re, No to y. OO] SO V?:lDN'Tr-Two lil nd Lopt, Oine for Ilunions, ,,''1 ' ? ? ? ? I ?? rho Bond to ruin ...
THE ROSE OF NUNAWADING. OR LIFE IN THE EASTERN SUBURBS. A TALE OF LOCAL INTEREST. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889
T HIE ROSE OF NUNAWADING. oi LIFE IN THE E?AS'IIU ~tUBUltlliS. -O A TALE OF LOCAl INTIRiluEST. (WTeirrIx EXrREssY ron ritR " lhi'otNriT" Cav'Tr.u 1V. '(Co~iinued.) When Mir. Purcell and his daughter er* rived at the iGranmid Ilotel they felt fatigued after the labors of the day, and required rest. After indulging in n good wash and a rest for half-asnhour, they were ready for dinner, feeling none the worse for the day's outing. About half-pkst seven they slowly walked to the Prin'oess's Theatre, and in a few minutes wee- 'securely seated in the stalls which4hey `preferred, on that occasion, to the drors circle. Although Mr. Purcell could better have afforded to pay for seats there than most of the people who had on. seona5i themselves in the dress circle on he Aup night. His wintilnes on the dtv' bveilts would have justiflled him in doing sor. but as he was a sensible man he did not caro 'lhuch for show. As is asual at race times the theatres are well patronised, and on this oecasio...
ST. GEORGE'S HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889
ST. z:onoaii'e t I.r.. The St. (leorgo'u iall wall fillcd to .the doorm on Saturday night lot by an audi onco who np.Jirod to approolaito to thn utmost tho Cogill .l]rothore' ludierons comni. ontitio,. Mir. G. W. Cogill wnas oxtrouoly •ucce ltul, and in his farco, Snorkoy, it wan dillicult to toil at which tho nudience laughedi most, tho humor of the hurloemluo or his in. tensely funny mnakne-up. Mir. Harry P. Cogill gave ?a1n1a of his songs( in splendid style, iand ai couplo of pretty piuceo werr well run do'ed by Mien Schuler and Miss F'rcetan. T'h;o tlIorts of i niunber of clover specialty artist[ combined to inako the t?tnturtinulent uoe of the be.t of its kiind.
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889
LOCAL NEWS. An anecident of a iteorious nature occurred .to a earter natmed Alfred Baliker on Saturday afternoon. His horseo bolted down D)elanoey's road, when the dray capsized, and fell on hin. lBaker was seriously injured about the het d and taeo. iHe was attended to by Dr. Vaughan, who recommended his removal to thie Molbourno Hospital. .Hio was sent to instittition by his friends on Saturday Tno nom1 nflfu . , I of Kow, was supported by the ]loroondiara C.unlol on Monday night as the representa tive of the South ?t'arra ('rop on the new bonard of health. Cr. \Wetly would inuke an iadmirable representative, anda it is to hb hoped the other conneils interested will see their way to accord him their support. The present appetar: to be a lusy time with contractors. At the last nmeetinlg of the Nmnnawading Council a number of contracts were advertised for, but the tenderers were either too high or Infolrmal, andl in some easnes no tenders were sent in. Just at this ltimo of the year...
BOX HILL AND DONCASTER CRICKET CLUB'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889
BOX HILL AND bONCASTER CRICKET CLUB'S DINNER. At the finish of the umatch between the above elulbs on iaturday taut, no report of which has reached use. Thie two teruns wero dntertaeined at dinner by Mr. F. hroanan at his hotel. The table was laid nout in good style, and rotlected very great credit on that gnitlemian. After playing cricket all the afternoon It Ic needless to say the guests did: ample justice to the good things prqvidod. Mr, Tenn (lBox hill,) occupied at the head of the table, and Cr. Hell (Doncaster,). occiupied the vico. chair. The courses having beun run through the room was called to order by the chairman for the toasts. The first on . the list coin. prised "The Queen," and " IHis Excellency the Earl.and .Oountoss:. otlopotoun," whleh were drunk with enthuslia.n. Mr. Meader then proposed the " Doncaster Cricket OClub" counpled with the namesof. Cr.' oll. and Mr. D. White, (captain.) '-1e would like to thank the ileldsmon for thle loIzciony shown during tho game, ...
COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Council. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889
COUNCIL NEWS, Boroondarat Council, MONnsAy, D)ucat.lt 1trli. Piresent-Or. Ificks (President) in the chnir, and Ors. Vear, J.)iilon, llrainim, Miling, Day,. Taylor, and Claytoii,. SL,.Ut.atrimi LicCNsI:s. A. letter waits read from iRobt. Reed objecting to n slanghlering lirenei being gulnlranteed to Win. lauoninn, oif Whit Ilorse.road. Thoe inslpector reported thait theo premlises in qulielstlioln w'ere in I lhealthy condition, ail that Ihe would not oppose the license-being granletl. Applieations for slaughtering licenies w Nr also made by Wilm. Nowihtnun and II uhf, Crs. Tnylor n1d Maling were of opllinlon that the liconses sholld hl i grantled, and they proposed a olution to that effect. Cr. Dillon opposed the granllting of the licenses for tlit, present. Ie thlmoght thit the names of lio persons reqliring licenises shoMl ho advertised in order Ihliat tan opporlunily might he given to tlhose who felt disposed to ohject Ito do 9t). lie moired ni amiiiiiIl int to tlhrt tan1"e,-nthbi...
CRICKET. Boylo and Scott's Trophy. COBURG V. CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889
CflWKIiT. i3oyio and Scott's Tiopliy. * Couutia v, C.~ M IlEItWllI.t,. On SttLtrdn?~ Ilult II 1011)011 ottO OOtlt moncoil at L'tt:uhc'rwui I ht'two'u I itt above ulubs for Itoyto tuid Scott's trophy. '1'hofli'sL~ort of thu nftt't'oooo Woo moot t huto ht'ittg a hittt wi blowing. ~r1. bJk'lll' 00 tltltlItL'I I Itt' I 11100, 1111(1 Mt*. ~I odor tsr tointit it slittilar duty for tilt' iloitors. 'liii ('Ion' I or to! I wilt. thu ii tot i go to 0 ili'tUt5 It) thu IlliWlilIg iii IlIllIll lIlt O'SItsiisosy.~I'(cu i~I N bliollo wirt' lIst 111111 woo dchvc tot by Yictlllo, who toot thu tltisfortlltltŽ to lIlt, it llit~t sililo ItIttlIlO. 1--ti II. 'Ftti~ WIll II ItlIll tIll. ittJ.~ tillIt till' tlolVIillg 1100 VIly gloll I, till Ollll'lI II ITO 111111' I 0 11113' ii. liii 11111 11101 it'd Lv ti~lllIIlIIl0V. 2-22 --12. ing well upporteId by F;peoar. To'l'ngh iwas the third man. Ile soon settled down to stedy phlay,nd runs were the order of the dey,. both batnmen showing good form. At leist, Sp...
CAMBERWELL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889
CAM1BERWELL GRAMIIMAR SCHOOL. 'rie annal speech night of thin popularl educaltional estihlillshment was held in the new ''Town Ulli, lHawthorn, on 't'uesday night. This; largo rooml was crowded to its utmti it eapacity. The from. 1)uean (iillies, 1'Prcmier, presided, and delivere..l the prict s. Thie ollowin; gentlioeon were necoltnoo dated with seats on the platforom :--O. A. Taylor, M.[.A.; Irev. A. \W. Creswell, M.A.; anod eevJ.1'. .. Mmdrelck, M..A. The proeeld ing were opeonled by the 11ev. A. WV. tres weIll offlTering up a shlort prayer. The prnei pail, Mr. Arthur 1i. Taylor, I.A., then read his report, which showed that the school hais iold o cnnsiiderable progIi'res? dlringt the year. ;ix pupil:; lhi pIssedl the iatriiatolion ex aina ition, nod two forimer scholars had pa,:Ied the Ihst eincniiation for artiled; ulerk.;. Writte'n exLtao;,intions for ell the ilassc, except the very youngest, lhado beni held twice during tihe year. In the muitricu latiotn clat;, written nxaminI...
OPERA HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889
Orton.t house. Mr. (G. O. Miln on Saturday evening eontcrcd upon thu last week of his Shakes pearean season at thu Opera House, and he will bow his farowell to Melbourno audiences in the samel character in which he outndo his deblt, ltichlrd 111. is no doubt Mr. Miln's most oven -and atll round meoritorious per formancc, and the one by which ho will be longuost anld most favorably renombered as an exponent of the divino bard. htrango though it ho, it is nevertholess trueo that as Richard Mr. Miln holds hhnsolf far more under control titan in any other character he has assumed hero, hlthough stage tradition woldh have justified him in depicting the misshapen and aspiring Dukoe of Gloator as a melodranatio villian of the deepest dyo. But there is no accounting for the ways of actors, nor explaining why Mr. Miln ahould have taken such a temporato and at the saiuo time admirablo view of the courtly and atccomplished (hloster-whom the generality of actors cannot resist representing eithe...