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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

BURTON & KNOX , I , WIIU I 111 1 2. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. highest Award"s ]dclbourno Centeonial and Adel :ido Exhibitions. 3 First Awa.ris in:ld 1 Scnd:il at the ].lte National Agricultural Society's Show. " '" "E~·-\-~* , . . ..-. t,, st ot-k 1111(1 l .,lil o -'k) ordet r. UI' A' \ D 0 i?1, U\A'TINu , GUI.\X1N'I:I Alh.1 ' . vB-,,S.,. N 1 1 i ' I I t '1 : , - )LE & HARNESS .MAKER, ..... '.: _ : \?hire Hora3 Road, Box Hill ` (-" ''o!rm lT E AM 'I'L ,ulT \ fty .), And at Surrey,.Hills and Camberwell. C10, CARRIAGE, Eanl BUGGY 11 1HNESS MfADE TO OhIlRDW - - .... .. ý1A1)" : '1'o oi ? . .... O I C1 R1 IUJLL F ITTE l). 77 Seco?d-han ir nrness Bought, o0Exch\nged for Now. IILINI flll *ANJ) 1)BtAI'fl1tY __·. * ~' L1· I E'.U~f~II'dIMET. y:STATION :jTfilhi'T, 1-iiaý11... Tr~to [ hdi4 or i1o*t ,lll no1d0"Stu'otpulm J1)ih:tivts atre incitod to cati it ~~ N. L. COLLING-S, ._A AIrutno tI of EPRTiG IDD'~SU'P [ER MILI~iERY Till. NJ`Ni.nT STYLwi S. A (toedl: Ass...

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

(GEO. 11:i (lOIUtY, our Sutrrey Hlts Draper, emiid kindly grretinig to heis tlir roite cuti toutiii ias tiis festivo seanson of the year, att 1I1u ewtiii timeo remninding them thttet. his ex briteive cttnblislutierit is toll of pretty rind useclul irtitebA suititable for lpreseeitotions, etc., for beauitifying the interior of their dwellings' ammi helping to tuttle hommes Imilpky, IThe prices are lit cut very lute, antd litrtd to bent. -AIVCT. I. S. 11011 tIi' r, tIme Cashb Drapter, lurt. wood Btondl, (jleittrrie, is shmoe'inmg NEW (hOODS in"III] tilleprtmtiitlis tut lItIh ComiIIntg Xmteas semson, att exIremoely low prires. Millinewty it sepm'ia ity. (beutte Suilts umoide ti ineensmie. Style timid 1Fit gututrititeid, Atovr. oý ýjolB SCI' CID O. ~or <747 00 s/,o C0CA DC" (A~ coL '~~ ~zeqi~ 1··)eC .1 6;· ~ · -'·-~. · 7..i ~oc~!0 Z·i ~ C6~ ~Qh? - * 4'.4 I...B

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

WH'l? Parliament meets the first qeostion that should be taken into consideration is the mial-administra tion of the liilwny Department by Messrs. Sr'oirr and Co. The ar rangements wl.ieh these gcntlemen made for the conveyance of holiday seekers on Doxing l)ay, to .say the least of it, was something disgraceful, and clearly proves beyond all doubt that they are unfit to occupy tile posi tions in which they inro placed. As far as iny soleiblo porson can see, they do not exhibit tll slightest do groo of common sonso in nlanaging the department under their control. They allow-now linus'-to' boopenod, but they do not make anuy provision for passengers inl t.lo nay of erecting stations, neither do they attempt to. get additional rolling stock for the now lines, in faict Messra. SEItIIT anil Co. havo allowed the department to get into one conglomoration of muddle, and are evidently incompetent to put matters right again. They seem to havo no conception how the lines should be worked for ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESENTATION TO MISS PLAISTED. A Proper New Year's Gift. A SURPRISE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 January 1890

PRESENTATION TO MISS PLATSTED. A Propor Now Year's Gift. A SUIPIIISI I'PA1TY. in Tiiesdayn evrlingl last n largo numlilbor of the priniipal iinhnlinits tof Box Hill forondi tliel:selvesl into whnt is liknown ia a surprise piarty, nnd nadjournod to the resideonco of the lMi'ss PliMtoed. They were nrntred with a pllentifnl supply of " en1nliles" and " drink. bles " of n .suprrior deiicriltioin. The in vnding arm.v wero also Ns:well suippliild wvitli tables anld clhairs, and when they offected nil ntifnanceI the youngi Indies o t to work like Trojans uillner the liador-ihip of Mnsars Serge-IIIl. Taylor. and lthrekhrllnu. 'Teir in dilitrimis linands nid willing helarts were not loni il tirninil the lioseo topsy torvy. They adi three larle tanleA placed in a row in the Iniek lobhly covered with snow-whitii cloths ill less iittne thal) it. tiken In meonion tho fact. As sooin as this wvas done n porse of fair waitresse' had the talue crowden d front 0nid to end witli enltivinl dellnraies, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

1: r .. teto L 0t11, (('l ··, <?irffcf fiySI aýOl.0// aýýl ddb. ý2 ; Fý 'in.o p00~ 2k~ tsý ed~lr fir) 0a" C04 eta, . \ ab~2tp ~~~ ",

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WORLD BEYOND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

THE WORLD BEYOND. -o MIlnnruvc, SR:ir.ttTr., IsTruilntnr.n, iscn 1E.ucvTrr p.--A double marriage was cele brated in Omaha recently. Both couples. had bccl ctiarrled to each other once before,. and had natert'c'd interiarnried between thenselves, anld this third double marriage restored them to their normal married condi tion, says NVeblracsc State Journal, It seems that the two young couples settled down int the same neighbornocAl and colmmenced houscokeepinhg, and soon becameni very inti mate. Finally the husband in one family and wife in the other became jealous, andi accuosed their respective spouses of being too intimnte with each other. They made it so hot for the neccused ones that tile asspected lady want back to her mother, an I tihe hus. band down at the other houso packed hlim self up and slid out fnr Katnsas. Tile de sorted complainant thou applied for divorces, got them, and proceed inunlediltely to marry each other for consolation. Thcn the rumc aways drifted together a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

M)i1 EOGE )(NIG HT, (COIN iO 'I'' it.) (ES'I'.\liISIItilDI) 185.) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, NE6B3OURNE. It l(1S9 leano to aCquaintll the Gentry and the Piblio that ho nfectually ronmovs Corla and hlnidont t without thio asllhtiat sain or Ibloding. Cnloxilto, IlngrowinI Taoo Naia, null other Imlpedhuuitnt t4 Sthu fre u of Lt tiu fnt roa VonId. 11 all oana til fltu 'oeifiod bhforo opcihaing. TO Z.AT.I Ily Mr. tItlghtL'a moda of troatnutnt, is 'ao, sanfty. and without tile letlat Iaoinonollonc or Ialn. Mrr., l(nlgt atdi n t,t, o /loonm it not,.nory, In ,rdor to llnalro coifldlana, e Iln his own nyotUO. to dotlurohlto that it otLIher; nr duoa ln Io ely nolely for alllupport noi pilblio iprnhLilliti, or anatiL ng short of thu vory hihleooll rcallotllltlilonlitin. lt r. ulghiit ParIlitlarly ateticn Ieia hi rvah'aan tio t U who Ihave booto tdlllo thLe aCao a thurs of this profession, an tho ltan ho atdopta is, No Cure, No l'ly, CO.~.EnT I0OL tT '?T '-Two kinds kept, On11 for luolIons. Tlto Road to...

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 — 10 January 1890

THE ROSE OF NUNAWADING, Ott CIriF IN TIlE EASTERN SUIIUlRIBS. ,o, A TALE OF LOCAL INTERlEST. (Wulrrrrx IESenl:ssr.v ran .Trill "I lIronrsIi." CaPrrTan VI. There was little or no improvement in the conditionof Mrs. Purcell that night, and Dr. Vaughan was unremnitting in his attention to the suffering lady. lie had elicited the slat from his diagnoses that Mrs. Purcell was suffering from a weak heart, and her case at tiles secemed very serious. She was also in a high state of fever, and the syrtp. toms were of an exceedingly dange.tous naturo. This being the case Dr. Vaughan deemed it his duty to comniunicate this fact to Mr. Purcell, and calling him on one side he made him acquainted with the real state of his wife and the likelihood of hericase hay. ing a fatal toeriination. Mr. Purectl bore up well tinder the trying circumstances which lihad come upon him like a tlash of light. le at once suggested that Dr. Vaughan should hold a coln sultation with the leading city doctors, and wit...

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COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. MONDAY, JANUARY 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

COUNCIL NEWS. ---o-- Ntunawading Council. AloN A.v , .1 ANl'.Sllu )rit. I'resenl--Cr. Ilt ughton, Prlesident linl the chlir). unm Ur.. '.\Lrthur. .\optro , Blishllop, ookel, Ilawlings, lland .Elling worth. Cr. lRawlings said Ith wotlh like to driaw ittltilt to t the firt Ithalit Ilrnes rotld wts incorrctly lilLmed. Th llluer illno of thlle rlintl was " Surrell roulllll " and tholmoved h i. El lit e wrtlllt ilo to hltt appel. lCtook To heu n Iolin (Ur. lisho ll) osa? to llrtely to hllti tIhe ojd tc* tion at that singe. The uinutes were then confirmed. 'ho C outward coreslxtlenco was then read, and tr. Fllingworth moved. and Cr. otok setoltided t itotion that the outward ii rti espndenltlo bol receive. t, Cr. ot iwling moved oas an nmendnll ntl, that the correspodone f o lo receiled tliol It to ulIrn.es -rutnl being iltered to Surrey-road. Thu motion was cnrried. ColI sot,'l\ nl taCo. From (hoe Railwiy lepartmnnt, ne. knioledgin of li ctieil o ltoter urging the colinstrti of n of lt l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR "REPORTER." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

TO TIlE ODITOII " IWPOITRTER." Snt,-In the report of the meeting of the Nunawading Shiro Council as given in the columns of your valuable paper I was saur prieod to see that some of the councillor'R persiated in calling the Junctiom.road, Koo. nong Creek, by the natme of ,lobson's-road, the only objector beingo r. Iawlings, who used to resodlo on it, so he should be nble to speak positivoely on the subject; while there wcro o0110 who soemod to think Mr. Itawlings was romancing, and Mr. Asnilnall has the audacity to say that it exits only in Mr, Ilaw. lingo' imagination. Now, I beg to say, the deeds of all the land with a frontage to the road in question all say Junction-road. Jobson's-road being only a nick.nnmno which owes its origin to tho fact of tihe family of that namno having resided on it for so long. Now, a certain amount of the loan money was to be spent on this road, and we havo no desire that it should be spent eonmewhcra elso through a umistake as to its whierabouts, hop...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATER FAMINE IN SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

WATER FAMINE IN SURREY HILLS. yow that the hot weather has again set in, the residents of Surrey Hills are suffelring fronixtheir usual sunnller colmplaint, viz., scarcity of water. At someo of the resildences the water tanks are completely exhaustod, and as a consequence tihe roesidents are put to great straits, amnd no end of inconvenience. On Wednesday night olio of tihe inhabnit. Ants who was completely out of water called upon Mr. Sneddon, and asked thati gentle man whero ho would be able to obtain a sup. ply. Ito was informed that he would have to cart it from lialwyn, a distance of two miles, and that tihe probablo cost would he ablout 8s, a load. The person who was in search of the precious liquid replied that there was no other alnTternative availableo but toleanve the district and go and resido in n more favonurable locality as he could not think of paying is. a load for water in ad. dition to house rent. Thero nre a great many moro in the saneo condition at Surrey Hills w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

CORRIUSPON1)ENCE. -o To Tit, EDiITOIi OF Til nITP'OIiTIiTI. S,-Pl'erhaips Councillor Bawling, will exlltain why he forgot the ,lueatiol at ioale, viA., Jobson's, or lJunction, road. Not a word, quito silont ; but he seems to be itch. ing to give the le publo a short account of how I got disulissed from the Council, and of enuroe it nmust beo truth, and nothing elso. Whero is an individual who would over ex. po?t anything but the truth; quito intpos. aiblo for Councillor IRawlings to any anything short'of the truth, especially whilst denlilg with such an interesting subject ; inl. fact, a matter which has received Ig aserious atten tion. No oneo short of a lPnatmaster, could have given it auch consideration, and he must have it well in hand by tiis time. If Councillor Ihawlings would only allow his own composltion and poelling to be pub lished therea i not the slightest doubt but that it would be very amusing, if not In etructivo. I am pleased to sae that heo gives me crodit and comp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE STREETS AND GUTTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

TIHE STREETS AND GUTTERS. -o Our fair contributor who is writing the tale on our fourth lago has had more elTect tpon the Ntunawading Council with her per. unasive logic than we have been able to ac coniplish with our broad-aides which have appeared from tiltmt to time in our lealing columnns. Our lady contributor com mtented in io lniustakable languago upon the stato of the igutters, and the want of a scavenger to remove the house refuseo. We are glad to cee that the Council took the hint from what appeared in our col. Iumns respecting tIllOilthy state of the guItters in liox hill. Cr. I.Hlingworth was the lirst to cst the hall rolling. I l said ho would like to throw out a hint in regard to the state of the gutters in the north riding, the smoll from which was somethling abominable, andI quito sallicient to give rise to typhoid fiever mid other kindred diseases. 11e suggested that the streets shoutl 11 cleansed with water at least once a week. Cr. Ilawlings then took ilup the runn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANTERBURY V. BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

C.ixTnlunult v. llvoxswtcg. This match was played at Cantorbury on 1st January. 'ihe visitors took first strike, and were represented by Leith Iai Strong, thro first named succumbing after making 2. Moore was the next man, both batsmnen scoring freely caused a change in the bowling (the first change that has boeen made for two imonoths.) Three runs were made, but just before the half century appear. ed, dMoore got too far back, and hit his wicket, having put togethoer2t. The in. coming batsman, (HIawkes,) soon made his exit. G reen, however, gave more trouble, and with Strong. who had been batting with vigour, ndded 3t to the total, when the latter after lifting one to leg, for which lost ball was called and 0( scored, tried for It short one, and was well thrown out by Mlackay, his 3t) being lmade by careful play, and putting on the wobd as spp iu'tnity offered.m After a short interval for Iineheon WVhittaker joined Green, who however, only added :1 more to his total, when Mackay go...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL AND SURREY HILLS GAS WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

BOX HILL AND SURREY HILLS GAS WORKS. -o Owing to the energy and enterprise which has Ieen displipayeld by some of the leading residelnts of Ilox IHill, aongsLt whlo Illlren cnnspienoswly air. (I. V. Illheknrine, archi teel; the firm t .hflohii Canton and Co., iy. draulic engineers of tlelbunrno and Lodolin, worei inlldilced to illvest ltheir lllapitl in erect ing gas works in Itox Hill. The aountlt whlich this thirl lins invested op to the iuresent is not tar hllort of L 10,00. l They tinv crle- ted - very eiootly and formidabllle hiildings in Elgiar-rond, Iotx !1ill. When the tlabove colil liuy coaiiiieli'ein this under. taking they had Ilrt to nllbtain the sanction of the lorooninlarr nd NtUnwadiidlg Coun cils, and to do thin they hind to liave a legal deed drawn ulp. Blefore this mt;agreement wlas ratiftled by the above Councils, and t io conl pany olhtined ttheir consentO to lpt down mains in the streets Uider their juirisdiction It lilllnor o prelimiinaries had to be gone throu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. BOX HILL V. FITZROY SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

CIUICKET. BoX l(l. v. Frt .l SEmDc ? Ertvarx.ý 'This match was played at Ilo.rx lill last Saturday, adl resulted in an eonsy win for the local club by 50 runs and ti wickets, For the winners Cook 57, bat. ted in good style, and lPayne made 31 very ollectlively, whilst M[inikan rapidly compilcd 2'2 not out. For the losers ltsltow 25 nnid Tarrant 20. were thile only dloubl tfigure scorers. T'Ih following are the scores :-- itroy Second loveon -llarr, W.. lbw, b Toon, it. 1[calov, c Minilkan b Casey, 2. ilastow, b Mealc er, 2 I. Toons, b T'oon, 8. Tarrant, c Casoy b i[cader 20. Swift, b Mleader, 7. Titus, o Williams b Payne, 3. John stone, b IPayne, i. Clarkte, c Casey b Payne, 0. (iarside. c Lawson, b LMeador. O. B1arton, not out, 0. Extras 3; total 7t1. Ilox 1Till-Cook. o Tarrant Ii Tnrrant, 57. Payne, Ib larr, 'It. Casey, b Tar. rant, 12. AMiniklan, not out. 22. )ahley. b Taoins, 1. Extras, 1. Four wickets for 121.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BALLARAT EISTED FODD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

THE BALLARAT EISTED FODD. When on a visit to the Golden City during the Xmns holidayls I was, through the courtesy of the president (0. E1. Edwards), invitel to witnless thu competitionl which annually takes placo at that city in conl nection with the lEiatedfodd. The computi tion, which began on Xmas morning, was concluded by a good concert on lBoxing night in the Alfred hall. Thero was it numerous gathering present at each session, and the greatest interest prevailed as to the results. The lion. 1). M. I)avies, Minister of Publio \Vorks. presided at the opening ceremony and delivered a tolling speech. Mecsrs Uru lnd TJIewelyn, of Mellourno were the musiral jldges, antd gave every satisfaction. (Groeat interest was taken in the competition for choirs of the IHallelujah Chorus for which tive choirs had entered, one of which caine from Mulbourno. The judge hat int dillltlt ltak to perform in awarding the prize, which was £120. hLut ven. tually lie de iiael to give it to thl St. An. d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

Council Advortisoement. SItllRE OF NUNAWA1DING, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE A RATE. 'kTOTICE is hereby given that it is the .LN intention of the Council of the Shire of Nunawading at n meeting to be hohlen on MONDiAY, 'l0th day of JANUA RIY, 1:110, at 3: o'clock p.m., in the Shire htall, iox Ilill, to make and levy a GlENIl1EAL lATS'i, of ON, SillIIIN(G in the Pound on nil the rateable property within the Shire for the period ending 1)cember 31s.t, 1800. A statommilt of tilhe proposed rate is open for inspection at the Shire lull, and any person feeling aggrieved -at the valuation of p0l1l lty thelein included, uav at any time within one month after lauking of the said rate,-appleal to the Jnustices in I'etty Sessions, provided that seven days' notice in writing be ;i;on to tlhe Council. J. 11. TAYT.01, SliirelTall, Dox 11l11, Shire Secretary. 8th January, 180, rL7i,'lt ILICENSIN(G ACTS. S.IN.AWADINt.i LICIENSING DIS -fTRC i0'T. POLL OF -ELECTORS. fParsant to the provisions of secti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

BURTON & KNOX, 1I'TALuIS-II1.) 1 . CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. , jighast !A?,??a, olbourno Centennial and Adelaide Exhibitions. T'hiirit Awafarat 'nd lisecant-tthe la o tiotial "wa Agricultural Society's Show. Carriages, Buggies, Ph.otons, Gigs, &c., in stock and built to order. IEPAIR'AS AND IIRENOVA'TINO. (IUARIANTEE ALL WORK. DESIGNS SU'MITTEID. S. S NO W , SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (OPPOSITE T'1IAM TEilMINUS), And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. (1(, CARRIAGE, and BUGGY IlARNESS 1MADE TO ORDER. COLLARS CA REULLY FI TT' D. WHIPS, BRUSHES, RUGS, &c. 77 Sccond-hand HIarnoss Bought, or Exchanged for Now. S/1 ILLIN EI Y AND DI)IAPElI Y J.LJ. EIITAIIITII)I[NT. STATION STu:LUT, Box HIL.L. The Indius of Blox l1ill and Surrounding Districts aro invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they have on hand a Splendid Assorltment of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY IN TIHE NIEWST STYLEIS. Also, and .. lovus. Also, -Plai...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890

LOCAL NEWS. At the meeting of the local Ilunch of Inan istrstou on Fridlay last, Mr. ]'Ellin;worth wae ro.eolected Chairman for the entsuintlg year. The luench U wlas.unllninol s in arrivling at its docision, and the presiding Iagistratets complimented NIIl. Ehlingworth utponl thei ability and inpalrtaiality hIe had shown in conductintg the busitttnoss of the nCourt during the past 12 mnonths. Cr. Illingworth thank ed the Inlagistrates for the kindly way in which thelty lad spokenll of him, and trLusted that thu eauio good feeling would prevail in the ftltulr as had benc thu easu inl the past. A return has leoon Ipreparedl in the Ihluca. Lion D)partlmnnt showing the numlllber of of schllools thlat were closled at various lperiods during tlhe past year owing to to te prevalenc of contagious diseases amongst tlhe scholars. Tile retulrl shows that 1:1 schools were cloHsed on account of dipththoria, 17 fur hooping cough, 1: for typhoid fever, six for scarlet fever, four for ophthalmin, ...

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