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GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL, BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889

GIRLS HIGH' SCHOOL, BOX HILL. _-0 Titoe Interior of the liecreation all, flox ]fill, presentod n very plouasing apleatanc? ol \Veduc?dltay afternoon, thet 1th inst., the o: atsion beling the irst spoesh daiy in con. Itotion with Mrs. Newton's High lisdhool for gi s. IThe hall had beelf nicely decorated Nor the oeoasion, at row of Ilowtrs being placed along the front of the stage. The wvalls of the building wuere ornameunttul with mintings, all of whi,:h uwere vert creditably -dlnoe, ospciially so when we take into COt el loration that the slhool has only beeon in existence o0to1 six imtnthas or so. At the on itrance to the tallt a stall was crected, which cotenatlio a largo variety of fancy aml needle work. Phis was in iusclf a credit to the I sdy principal, who moust have heun tulnspalt ing in the latbors shelo has. bestowed ulponi thie oluctationi of the childrent coutmitted to her S?ae. The work on this stall, after intspuc tion, was for anlo, the trosoeueds of which would be sen...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. THE STARS OF THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889

BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. TIl STAIOS 1 TIlE STAGE. TnA.rrui Il?our,.. The remarkable popularity of Iloucicanlt's Colleen Blawn was nmade manifest by the crowded state of the Thentro lloynl on Saturday evening last, when Mr. (irattan tiggls nappeared as Myles na Coppal cn. IHardly a play.igocr can he found who is not familiar with this typical Irish dramna, and yet notwithstanding this nfact it never fails to draw and appriciative audionces whenever revived. Another remarkable fact conieeted with this play is its history. It was written as a more stop gap, and yet attained an in etnutaneous success, whereas nearly every one of the favorite children of tho sautu dramatist's brain have died young, and no one over thinks of them now. To Mr. GIrattan iliggs, parts like that of Myles un Coppalcen aire apparent as much ait sourco of enjoyiment to himnself as they arc to the audience, such is the ardour with which lie Ilings himself into the part, and for the time loses his own individuality i...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889

COR ,SL'ON I)DENCIE. -o (ll'e do nto hold ourselres responsible for opinaion:l frxsreased liy Corre'punldentsl.J TO Till: EDITOI OF TillI u:l'ORlTRn. SHn.-I gather from your last issue, nlio froml conunnon rumor, that Cr. lRawlings is lagal Illmakinll nil offort thl major dlonu of thl Nunawalinlg Council; but I think ho will lind In this case thu truth of tile good mnaaxifm audartcia nn oemiper urTe'rilit. It is to be loped that the remaarksl of Cr. llishop, when lh said : " If Cr. llai\liings did nl ot auo moru tomperaot languaino Ile, r. lishop; Inlusl re tire from thle table," will not Ilr nautued upon, or when Cr. CokCo said: " If Cr. linwlings perfsisted ill salluh conuric.lut nt o gIt;uitluiiiin would Hit at that tableu wit a il intimationl.l thait lan serioillsly lthoul ght of rtiring. About three yeara ago tile lir. w\vas ldelprivid of the survicca of threeu co. ncillors tlhrough tihe intollerant conduct of Cr. IRwliangi landl tlhocstlmt followud him and did his bidding, thl...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889

Council Advortisemonts. SIlIIIE OF NUNAWADING. SLocal Board of Health. SOTICER is hercehy given that Messors. I ]IERIOMAN ni) CAMM have been duly appointed as Licensed Nightnuiu for th+?h lure, uld from the lat. J*auary 1800, are.nauthorisodl to demand ad colltet foes not e\ceding Five Shillings .,er quarter for aneh pan attended to. Rleluisitons for at. teudianco, or complaints as to service, may h" made to Messrs. l'erginan and Calnlm, Cantetumry-road, Box lill, or to the under signed. S.'(By ord'e) J. II. TAYT.LOR, ltlth iDec., ?ISSO. Seeretary. l tIHE CASHII IRONMONGER, , CA' ]], R3\VE hitW\ 1 ROAD, "''" " ' "' U:1CA 14'1RWE'ýLL (Cato Curtis', Jeweller). . V. G. ETHERIDGE - " " - `e with Anderson and Btricklh1~-n 1 ]logs to intinmato to t.-,-'fd tens of Can horwicll and surroundingiilstrictsthatt he opened a largo and well assorted stock of ]iUILD)EIS' & IIOUSEIIOLD IRONMONGER Y At LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. ]Locks nhd Tinware lepaired, Keys Fitted, . Scissors and Enives Sh...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889

BURTON & KNOX, ESTABLISHIIEI) 18'2. :CARRIAGE BUILDERS, White osRoad, xa Hilaorn. º, $ u 4 Is' Mbourn. Csntgnia aind Adelaida eJxhibitions. Ad at n Sur eoond athe late National '- " I , I S, la on igs, &c., in stock and built to order. REPAIlS ANI) RENOVATIN(. (M1AANDE:O All WOERK. DESIGNS RU "IlFTTE'TD. S. SNO W., SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (OPPOSITE TRAM TERMINUS), And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. (jiG, CARRIAGE, and BUGGY HARNESS MADE TO ORDER. OOLLARS CAREFULLY FITTED. WHIPS, BRUSHES, RUGS, &c. 77 Second-hand IHarnoss Bought, or Exolianged for Now. ? LLINI1Y AND D)RAPERY .L ETA~lIISlIMENT. STATIONx SaTItIET, Box hILL. The Ladies of loux hill and Surrounding Districts are invited to call at N. & -L. COLLINGS, As they have on hand a Splendid Assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY IN TIlE' NEWEST I'STYLES. Also, A (lood Assortment of Ladies' and Childrens' Underilothing, Ilusiery, •and (llovss. Also,. W':"?,V-,?a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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XMAS HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889

XMAS HOLIDAYS. Ai we are deosiroun of naffording an oppor tunity to our employes to rejoice with the rest of hlunmanity at this festive time of the year, we have decided not to publish the ItnroTnrn neoxt week. Editors and printers lave souls and bodies like other people, and they can appreciate a holiday just an well as other folks. Under these cirounmistancac we "oel certain our numerous readers will not begrudgo us a few days rest from the toil and worry incidental to nowspaper life.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 20 December 1889

(muIRITMS., with all it, haillowed joyS) and niei(Iut rueminli;ec'Ilcc ii upon uisi (Christmniu:, thi timei of rejoiciing, ind whelin evry heu'art ;lihoui lu filled with hope, will have passed \way ho Ifor wi aginn publish tiliiý jourmiil. Thia it thu time of the year when the school boy lays down his books, and looks with pleasure to.the dia?- he wilL spend at hlomo niafler a year's hard wor k. At this anipiolotis tino of the year oevery heart shboild rejoice. Evcn the hard-worlcod ai, loneor and land. boomer can lay asi? otheir arduous toll for a felw days and rojoico with the rest of humanity. Through the ages, since the birth of Christendom, Xmas has always beeoon looked upon as a time when the vicissitudes com mon to every day life should be for. gotton. " Peace on earth, anid good " will to men," was sung at the birth of its groat foundor, and it is to be hoped will be continued to the end of the chapter. Everything which is of: in earthy and gravelling nature should be dispen...

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. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE "REPORTER" CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

ROSE OF NUNAWADIWIN. LIFE IN TillE EASTERN SUllUllUiS. ---0 A TALI? OF LOCAL INTI:,tE:ST. (WVIturr.S ExrPIar?:ey ron Ttto " IllronT:ra OCn.uren VI. As might he expected after' tho exertions of the previous day the inmates of the hose of Nunawading were not astir until a Into hour on the following day. There was no. thing much to eto done, as the house was well kept. One of the rules that was strictly observed in this nanslon was good order and precision in everything. ,Mrs. Purcell so managed her affairs that things had to be done in order. Mlonday was the day set apart for wvashing, !and on that day it had to he done. Clothes wereo nover ut out oin a lriday in her yard; atle.,. lu* l wauuhternd washing Ilto It, the wreek to be a signt of ad Ilolluasekeeolng. IThe servants had their illstrullctions given to thelIt, which they had to tarry out to the letter. There was a )lace for everything, and everytlhing hadl to I in its place, or ,Mrs. .Purcell would want to know the reason why. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MITCHAM v. DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

l?ITCIrI.L v. DoN-C.rTInl. This niateli was played last Saturday on the ground of the formler, andt re suited in a win for litchanm by 11:3 runs. - Scores :-Mitcham 153:, I)oncaster 40. Biatly 52, and Watson 2:3 were top scorers for Alitchamn, .1. Cronin 11, and Holden 1o), batted best for Doncaster. WV. 'lTituls and T. Titus divided the howl. ing honors fir 5Liteham, the formOr so curing I for 10, anld the latter 5 for 28. Tlheoa are the only reports which have come to hluld this weuk.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

MR. GEORGE KNIGHT, (COl `N 1)Ot"I'OI.l (I 'i'7l. IlI.81 :t1 S.r',.) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, MEbBOURNE, lOS l:(1 eonve to CneIqItit IthU (tIntry alnd the I'Ibllo tIht he e ITctllly remonll Corns anllll Iuntoru without thoe sitlhtot.t paut onr t l 1i totl. :COinitth . ItI!rot"ig T'io NnIlloro otheor uttpedtintuttu 4 tillo rueo e u( ofI tll toot rulovnt. KIn all etrnno tt1onton r ithor OiLtNlt·ttl. 15, DIr. K?lthi' 111 o lo of troitlenoltll, is c', isaity. awnlt without the loist Inconret'nnCeo or potn. Mlr. Itlltgltt .toos ot rit lo I It ntoiOn nry, I Irell r to Inlpilro eolttlIneo in hl owu s?yll tot to ll oitrucLo thatL f othorlls nor doun itsn rc y solely for c tltport oil ttlllto noprobhtiol, or ytt~llltg s*tortt tit tl vry hi ehonl reonltenllationitsl. lr. KigItIet I tontintllrty otIr, hise tiervletI.s to thoso who Lor IIou lUU utdor th Carso lI thera of this profelsionl, a tit plaui he adopta is, No Cure, No Pi'y. OO " S LTOLV-ENT -T'r wo kinds kept, Ono for Iluttions. Thie Road to ru...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

SURREY HILLS, -0 [FrOsI OUR OWN COURESPONDRNT.1 A very successful bazaar was held in the. Recreation Iall, Surroy Hills, on the 11th, (lth, and 17th ult., by Mrs, James, the well known Ladies Educa tionnl Establishmont " Canmpden," Sur roy Hills, in aid of the Church of Englaind, which realised the handsome sum of L)0 Os. Ed. The hall on ontering presented a very pretty sight, being decorated with flags and evergreens. The bazaar was opened on Saturday afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Green, in the prosence 6f a largo number of visitors. The stalls which were well furnished wore presided over by the following young ladies :-Stall 1, (fanoy goods,) Misses P. and B, James ; stall 2, (fancy goods,) Misses E.1B. . . and II. Lucas ; stall 3, (refreshnment,) Misses P. Niolhol, K. Waloh, I r. IRussoll, and J. Davis; stall 4, (fancy goods,) Misses E. Ifumberstone, and E. Downey ; stall 5, (fancy,) Misses IR. Thorne, V. Lucas, A. Neighbour. On Monday evening handsome prizes wore givron out to the s...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Bulleen Council. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

COUNCIL NEWS. ....o-,-- Bnulloon. Council. .3Iouu.wa, D[cul:€?.t 3orit. l'res'nit-- Cr. llunter (in lithe llair). and Crs. M,1ender, Sell, lawfo"rd, Smith, .Kent, Goodwin, Cnilder, and Andrews. . li IN: t'ls. Cr. Andrew ,?pr opened ,,?n ud.QrI.Cr.,1G.on t ..i.i.u? ??T a ti oltou tin the , eTeet thi t the lminutes ei" cinfirmed. Cr. (totdwin pr?posed' as an amenild mieat "'T'hat til tutiltes bte not euln firuited ti the meetilug wins not i legal i:'1:." Cr. Sell secondl,' the itnldlllniellnit. e eoulteed that t h lie ltditors hal nevetr uidited the books. itr. S?ith sain that theI audtlltors, hlad sent in tlheir repori't tuld the coniceil could linot gt belhinl Ithe report sctl in by the muditurs. They ha.I quite enongh of Cr. Sell, aind could nut pllue reliallnce oun what lie iaidl. C'r. Sell said lhe hand a viuiheir in his posessiuon which tihel' adiltor's ttighlt to htve se t'biliefore makiniig litheir reportl,. antd that was Ihiw lie knew the books hnd not bheen audited. Tl'he se...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CONDITION OF THE WORKING CLASS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

THE CONDITION OF THE WORKING CLASS IN ENG LAND. A very clear insight ii obthinod into tho condition of the lBriti:jh workmatn" by a por ustel of The et?urn.s of I.rpendilture by ll'ork Inry Mein, receutly pulillshed by the l3oard of Tradeo. This illnformnation is all the more valuablo because it hai reference not to iso lated cases of individual poverty, such as uight and btoost occur In every great city as the resilt of disones, miafortune or ornoe, but to toe condition of the great nmas of steady and IndIlttrioua working men and working women. Your readers know the story of the ant and the grasshllopper. The lattler leaghes at the industriou.l ilnsect who labours all the summer, while ho is content to enjoy himlself 1But tihe tables are turned upon the idler when the cold blasts of winter find him without food and Without shelter. There is no doubt a vast amount of idleness and oxtravaganlo amnongst wol'knoen as wall nas amongst the middle and higher classes. Vice and folly are no...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEY GOT THEIR DESERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

THEY GOT.THEIR DESERTS. At the last sitting of the Box1 Hill Court, two young women lnaimol Elizabeth -Willi. atusl i and Louisa Ityan woore sentenced to throee iontlhs imprisonment, with the option of a £10 thin, for misbehaving themsolves at Sltrroy Hills oil the night of thl 10th )Do omber. The evidence want to show that they arrived at Surrey Hills on tho day in lueastion, when thlnj) put ni onciny d own their thronts to steal away their brains. When they were under the intluencu of king alcohol, they inaginod that a respectablu married woman residing in Surroy Iills lind boen unduly carrying on with one of their fancy men. They openly accused her of this crimie and lado uns of langnuage that was disgusting in the extremen. In order to iprvent a breach of tho peaco Constable Ialoaly had to be sent for, anid its'that oflicer has had nlarge experience in .dbiling with those kind of characters, he know exaolly how to treat them..: As they woro unlit to beo at largo hio tool themn i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LATE RAILWAY BUNGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

THE LATE RAILWAY " BUNGLING. . (treat indignation pre?vails in Ilox H ill owing to ruports which have appeared in thu city papeurs, wlich puts the blame of the blouk on theu lint oni" tbxing D)ay on the shoulders of the station inlster at ltox Iill. To say thu lea"'tof it this is absurd, and whiit is moro it is entirely uniitrue. \L'. Tlhompson had no more to ido with the stop. pIagonn thle line than we had. lie did not prlular thue time table on that oceasion, andl all that he could do under thle crculustancus was to suue that thI trains were desatcllhed froln ltox Hill with as little delay antil iIcon vcnieneo as poosible. tie did this, consider ing the dilllculties ho hall to contend with, in a very.oruditablo mlanner. 1Io wals entire. ly left ia tlhe dark as to whi t arran ge mllnts ha bueeun madell for the arrival atnd desptatch of trains from ltingwood, and wh?in he was asked when the tain would Ir'oceied or arrive frolll that pincu ho coulld not enlightun his interroga. tors....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. BOX HILL v. RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

S P 0 R T I N G. ?--:O: CRICKET. Box I[ILL v. RlsoWoooD. This match was played last Saturday on the grouncd of the former, aud re sulted in a draw in favor of Bo.x Hill. For Ringwood T. Swindon 20, McComlb 9, and Dr. Showman I,' woro the most successful batsmon, whilst for the local club Payno 17, and Mender 1:3. both not out, weore in good form. Monder bowled well for the locals, taking 5 wickets for 8 runn. The following are the scores: RuINxowooD. Swiudon, b Toon ... ... ... 20 McComb, b Toon... ... ... 0 sVest, o 'ayne. b Toon ... . 1 1Piolckring, b Mender ... ... 9 Dr. Shownman, o.Toon b Mender 9o Campboll, a Payne b Meader ... 0 H[aslemore, b -lender ... ,,. 7 Shanks,o Ilodgos b £Meader ..; 1 Sutton, run out ... ... ... 1 Millor, not out , ... ... , \Willoughby, b Toou ... ... 0 Extras .,. .,. 4 Total .. 3 Box I; ILL. Payno, not out , . ; 17 CnaRey, a Miller b est... ... Menader, not out ... 13 EJxtras ;. One wicket for ... ...o 0

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

BOX IHILL iSTATE SCHOOL. The annual distribution of prizes in con nection with the above school took place in the Temperance Hall, Box Hill, on Friday afternoon, 20th December. Thuer was a largo attendance of thie friends and parents of the scholars, and a deal of interest was taken in the proceedings. The hall had been tastefully decorated for the The chair was occupied by Mr. Il. Sutton, who delivered the prizes to the children, and accompanied each gift with an appropr iate reCIark. Tihe proceedings were opened by the chil dren singing a chorus entitled " Put your hands to the Plough," after which the fol lowing progranmme was gone through in a manner that reollected credit upon the chii. dren anid their teachers. Spolling lice Class 2.-Tho prize was won by George Sinclair. Chorus, - Sweet Spring." Spell ing lice-Class ..-Tho prize was awarded to Blanch Plaisted. Chorus, " Chiming lhlls of Long Ago." This was very sweotly runderued. Spolling lee-COassl t.-Joseph lBennett camei ou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOES IT PAY? [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

DOES IT PAY? [The following has been sent to us for publlention. It is certainly very rough, and in many instances the piuturo is overdrawn -Eo.] SDoes it pay to have tifty working men poor "agued in order to have one drink-soller "oletd in broadcloth and flush of money ? Does it paY to have one citizen in the gaol ecause another sells himn liquor ? h)Oes it pay to hang one citizen because another got hint drunk ? Does it pay to have a dozen intelligent young men turnoted into thieves and vaga bonds that one man may got a living by sell. Ing them brandy ? Does it pay to have a thousand homes blasted, ruined, defiled, turned into hells of mnisery, strife, and want, that some whole sale drink-seller may build up a largo for tune ? Does it pay to have 20 mothers and thoir children dress in rags, live in hovels, daily famish, that one drink-seller's wife and children may live in case and alllence ? Does it pay to have hlundrops of thousands of mellt alld woment ill the ahiishouses, ponl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THRIFT AND 1890. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

COMRESPONDENCE. -0 STU1I FJAND 1800. TO TIlE EDIITOR0'6? TIIB IEPOIRTEI. . Bitn,-Tho work of our Savings lnnk is to linmprovotho position, mid condition of thlo people by pr6tnoting and dovolopiing tlillft principles throughout the colony.- We go out of the usual beatenl trck, and try to induco-all, both old and young, byI every mnoels in our power, to adopt thrifty and frugal habits, to mnako the beet of what. over the my ay ern, and not to squander frivulously what it is their duty to put by. " The way to wealth depends chielly on two words--lndustry and frugality; that is wasto noitlier linio.nor.mnoey ; but inako the best use of bothl." ThosRe are tie words of linlj.nilln 'aniklin, spoken over 100 years ago, bult as triu to-iay as then, and it Is for 11o now to ask you to permit nu to say a few words through your vnluablo jourtinl to those who have pnased this, the year just ulideli, in oxtratvignt ways, wastetif lin footd, in dross, aid iin nloney, and to others who indulge' in...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

Councoil Advertisolimeits. SHIRE. OP NUNAW.lIlNL:. S Local Board of Health. Ot'CF' is Ihervtr iven .thit Morsro. li(iNIASN aunl CA\tM1 hl'ave ,in ,,i Y1 napoointed ns I.icensed Nightlun fir thI Shnlre, anld ronlll the 146t JUalntary 1S01, ar t, nuthorised to demanl d and collect feeI. int exceeding ier,' Shilliltngs per tlarter for elch pan attenlled to. tt(eluisitioni for at tIrlnare, or conulilaints no to service, may he? mlidlo to M e?orgI. arihllnll nd Ctoll t, Canterbury-raod, laox Hill, or to the under igned. T O l0"th lc\0, 1 . Secretary. ir 1i;l CASH II13NMON I'i, C -'C.\\ 3hi \Vi"; EL iT 1 Al), CA lilU\VWELL (Ltoe Curtis', Jleotvller). W. G. ETHERIDGE (I.lto with Anlder.on:tin 1 StriCklandt, , r d hti ,n ) , d.1lgsto hilatiniflttto rtht resillttltst of Cal n lberwo)!r4lnl surrounding districts tthat airo.ponc il ITa -lahrgo alll well. ULIL1D)1lS' .t HliOUS?ffi LD) -IRONMONGERY LOW1.. S'' TS) 81 tLE PRICF . 1.-?cks Ald 'Tinware ltepaired, 1eys.iFittedl, .rissors anl Knives S...

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