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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 January 1890
IT is a strange fact that at the end of a year and at the beginning of a now one tlhre are invariably a serious lot of catamtrophics taking place. Mur dors and suicides appear to be the rule, while death from natural causes at that tino of the year seem to bo more prevalent than usual. His Honor Justice KIIavom, after a few days' illness, suddenly passed away. This is tho more remnarkable owing to tleo fact that lie was free from his duties, and was residing at one of tlh most healthy and salubrious seaport placos in the colony. Mr. Solomon Miha.s, the district locomotive superin tendent, was attacked by that fell disease, diphtheria, and after a few day's illness, succumbed to it. After this, camo the North Melbourno tragedy, and later still, the murder of a woman of intomporato habits at South Melbourne. In tlh interim more than the usual number of deaths fronindrownli g ocoourrod. ' Aniongst' the latter was the pitiable case of Mr. MoTT, a journalist of Kow, who when going for a ...
A STRANGE STORY OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
A Sn..?uc SToet or TH. ST,'.-T'id Quconsland collector of Customs has received at tolegram front the sublcollector at Gerald ton relating to the circumstance published on Tuesday in connection with the arrival there of Edmund Mariochal, a suspected French escapee, and supp lying fuller infer nmation. It appears that this man was cook o? board the Salino, was brought over from South i1arnard Island by a bech do mnor fish. ormnan named Stovenson. Thc vessel aIs said to havo been wrecked 21- days ago in the coral csea between Geraldton and Now Cale. donia, wlhen it was determined to tako to the boats. The captain whose name was Grosoe the chief officer and three able seamen went away with a two-masted whaleboat, leaving nMarieohal, and throe able seamen with the 221t. cutter. 'lie orders were that both boats should keep together, but during the first morning they soparated in a tormn and tho following morning, finding a compass in the euttcf, its occupants steered west, until the Panlm...
FIRESIDE SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
FIRESIDE SPARKS. Pope says that ibeanlty idrlaw ni with ait single hair. It doesn't now-aidaya. Wihe a Ilbeautly glet.s sol IlaIl-hleadI tlhalt sl has ult one hairil left she doesnll 't draw mulllCh. A bachl'lors itgic: - Mt 'riao ia lotte ry, lotteries alla illegal I; lrl forill silliply olie the law by keeping single I " (Ioset: Waitei, hring iiie conic ricc pud. ding." Waliter: " hls:, I can't je, l.? l'4,l-i Illend ic rice pudding to-day." inesti "VWhat's the matter wilth it? " Waiter " Nutllin, 'cept ltar ain't linonl." VWomien can swoop intenmperance from hlia land if they will put the lllaraltini of pro hibitioll over their own doors. Clear away the liquor cask tn1d wine boattle, and send thel children out into the world with untainted appetites. "The reason I aun so mninerable," remarket a beautifull helires? , "1lIst is this: I amn afraidi sollme onei will llmarry la for olily illmllney.'' II 'Tile reallln I aul on illiser,llilc," riwl'ak .ii pretty Miss tPovarty, in just t...
FRUIT GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
FRUIT GROWING. -0 Is a profitablo peoupation if care be taken to plant the right sorts. In all our com mercial fruits there are numerous verities. Take apples for instance. There are over 500 varieties in cultivation in Victoria, ench one dilTuring from the other in some particu lar. Some are early, some late, some keepl far into the winter and spring, others perish almost as soon as gathered. Some are vigor. onus growers: some are feeble in growth, but heavy bearers ; while others again combine those two essentials. Somo-are beautiful in appearance ; others unattractive. Some do well in one district and not in another. The variety known as the Cleopatra is-one of these. In the Goulburn Valley it will prove ono of the very best we can grow; while south of the Dividing lRange it is not worth growing. It is safe to assert that there is a very largo proportion of the numberless sorts we have that are really not worth garden room, when a man has set himself down to make a living blt of ...
THE CYCLORAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
T-E CYCOIAMI.., The attendance at the Cyclorama last week although the holidays woro over, showed that the public interest in the great battlle .till k?eps up wonderfully. Thu interesting lectttres, inelpiring. musite and cannon firing, ete., combine to form it most attractive en tertainment. The construction of the build ing made its proper ventilation a matter of scome dilliculty, but that has now been com plbtoly overcome, and a continuous supply of fresh air is forced into tho auditorium by means of ait rapidly revolving fan, driven by a powerful gas engineo. The result is that the Cyclorama is probably the best ventilated place of public resort in Melbourne.
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
\\'e have miich pl)eanuc in inflfoinl ng our readers tlIt we ire alki g IrrtangementslL to etnlargo thLe p)1p.'' ixteinsive additions are Lein; made to the promeisor, and now" that we have .ot gas it is our intention to lit up the oflice with a powerful gas envlgine, rnd one of Payne's double royal print ing niaclinles. As it takec thie to eoet those machines, aind got tlheim in work ing order, sonicm three or four weeks will have to elapseo hel're we can entlarget our journal. We shall then he in a position to turn out job printing; in a 1ore oxpediou .i manner tihan hithler to. We are awinare of the actt that this district is daily increaingi in im portanlco, and it is our ilntention to advanco with it, and to publishl a papar that will be a }redit to tihe dis trict. We havo been leA to take this hold stop owing to the liberal support whihic lis been accorded to uli in the past, and hope that by givin.; satisflac' tiin to our patrons, to still merit a continuantuee of their suppor...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
LOCAL NEW`~S. 'Iii t'.t iiliaf Ii iunut tiie death oft pouroti' iii. h~ii Ihiter(.or"f~(M .I 11 '. ii th l~i if thelt, liru iii I.~ !fli r i : ni i wi on~ L ii Li hi. Liiiuu liii flull i were ,i \fu.iihz, h Lii giltsflo a Lii'sk~ wiiiitht lyuleiL gui, li oltdil iiilii~a t ia~ot a 'u rea, M nih Iiit, ii iiiu:te t,1111) tLuii i (i Liii ii e , ' l hitthis I;'':r i nw i t~ iii a tt~to of the turd s,: II iii.toleiiha~iit i Siuzi vcdI lhirlal siitkin'' fIlln tile.- Hue ~ll uph l. Ile ditit IL i'iiiil iC the uth iiu' It H is r vo iii ti.r iiir Iu ,eL l-nut iiuuluuiiit U iiiI it Iii uuhu i li i~t -ru Iiiua uiui.I Ii puhuls It l iuuui L Iac.itiiiiitg 1i thinpatuuui it, upe at fu M. n ;ic. Vin ldist .iii' in thir. [oliv nlly tift rvnlutiiieis willo uoll -ouo in th thog! and thot iiiii that Ait fuihuarliimUn iii Sluri-xiu, _ liii. wrte-; asu imlo pllai- to I uuh~iort iVtiiwiinc fwtr i t -moan Lil 1 iiitiiiiulr Plili~ilV itit (hu uiuiii)ld it mee ins lii itiiit ut 2 it p lil, toftt winiuli, £ 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
.1. S. B&)HE1VI'1'4, the Cas nn~I hpt, hier. wo lieln, (4 kniet i' , iýshowin N41:\\ I(10(1 I5 in all dicparosol~ for tie cotwing \mat e fllion, (it (Ntrotettly low price. to measur. Stiyle nil Fit guaranteed. An\T. To Let. IIOUSES-3 roonii+ ini.; 3 rooms, Ox. .ý, 1 rooms. Rs. ASI'INA~I, auncl AtMMu IJI)IE", Sumtioul.,dreot,_In Box111l. ___ juh1'ý--Ab A~t1 ,1 LtU VIiUC(i)U I-, ui Yj BX nLL. Apply, Miks 1uke, N'ali +li jitilt inmoide case; No; 8133011. 110 %%114. .1. MijlImonlil, lBox' Hill Statiton. `'`7AN''ii-A Snorti I~oy.. co, IL6
BALWYN SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
]3AIWYN SCHIIOOI, OF ARTS. 'T'o those who take an interest in the education of lthe young, it. will tie grati. eying to know that Mr. Simpson, who was brought. out from Englntl in report on the teaching of drawing in Victoria, hns npprorved of the methodls ndopted for teachntg drawing in the Victorian State tSchools, and in contitmation of this we nr plJeased to nnticeo that two of the pupils of the ihalwyn School of Arts?, MAiss Manggie Edmond andt Mnster John dinand, hnave passed thei exnminalion in connection with the SontIt Kensington School of .trts, England, after having been in the School of Art oinly a short time, having netqired their knowledge of drawing in a Stale School, while at the luocalt canmiation, M?aster lPery Scott, another Sh at School puspil, ten yoars old, took secound prize in freehanlud, after ting in thle School of Art under three monlt hs. l iss .1. \V.. Pankhanser nilso passed tie South itentsinugton ex. nmination in frechnd, and l Master Frank iL. Walker...
IMPRESSIONS OF BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
IV?PRESSIONS OF BOX IIILL. --o-- (11\ .t ViSiTtlto.) Durin . tho holidi ys? 11 was indn .ed Ito pay a visit to Ilx Ilill, whc1, I spent a very lle nan.lu t dt y. The n1ly drn1 wn ,;ek was i a wrenthr. whieh was ve)ry ho0 on 1he o "rasitn on f oliy visit. On nrrivr ing at Sutirrey Ihills I wa ints init. ,wiii. to the guard 1t onllin u (1 in n elenr nod distilnttiIr nnirt tithe ti:l' ,rf til piner. ltearinl Ihe a nml HI ill I lefl illth. carriage somnwwha?t hnrri .,lly. n111,i h".. fore o distcverne.I my Inih, i t ihe Irn1in had g?Ii ?e. li halt l nil i : i wait or all. other, int iln order to pats i at y thei' time I took it stroll rnint d the phie. irom what, r saw i. that short tiome I Inma e to the cinclhlioI that St'urry h l ills It ist he t pleait sant place i?n live in. I was much 8l1m,1or with the pile of hail. inns in which the post and telegraphl oiler and hakl are situated. Ily this tit Ihye nolxt trainh had nr rived. tnI h nh ve mit ii tlillitS moire I was imhd'd at 1IIx H...
OPERA HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
Orenat Houe;. Fun on the hBristol was performed on Sa turday evening last at the Opera ITouse under Vice-regal patronage. The theatre was crowded in every part, anti a large num. bert had to be refused admi?nioe. The Vico regal box was beautifully decorated for the occasion. On the Earl alnd Countecss of llopctoun entering the theatre they were re ceived with hearty cheers, and the orchestra i played the National Anthem both on their their arritunal and departure. The racy humor of Mr. Sheridan as widow O'lrien caused intenseo anmuseoment, whilst tithe piece gene rally was received with great favor. This pompular place of amsemcnt has been crowded nightly to witness the performance of Mr. John F. Sheridan's eompany in " Fun on the Blristol." The impersonator of Widow O'lrien is ably pourtrayed by Mr. Sheridan, who causes roars of laughter by his trish brogue and funny witicisms. Ito is welt supported by the other members of the company. Miss Gracy Whitford as Nora O'llrien, and Miss...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
o u-i~ l iAdwvrtisemnent. 1lltfl' uP NCNA1YADING. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MlAKE A lArTE. TOTICE is herbchy riven that it is the 1 intlention of the Council of the Shire of Nunawading at a meeting to be holden on MONDI AY, 20th lay of J.ANIIA1Y. 1810, at ; o'clock p.m., in the Shire hall, BIox lill, to make r nd levy a (GIlENE'IAT. RA''V of ONE SIILLINGi in the Pound on all the tatealle property within the Shire for the period endin;g December lstl, 1,t0. A sot:ateetttt of the proposed rateo is op0iO for instpcetion at the Shire 11Hall, and any person feelintg nggrieved at the valuation of property therein includcd, may at any time within one month after making of the sail rate., aptpeal to the Juastices in Petty Se.ionn, provided tha t seven days' notice in wt iting te giVen to the Council. J3. 1. TAYLOll, - Shire hall, lox 11111, Shito Secretary. 8th January, 1800. L'' OCA OPTION POLTL FO T'l111t NUN * AWADINO LICENSING DI STRIC'T. I, CITAIlLES IlOP)I NICOrSON, a menn Iher of the Li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
SBURTON AND KNOX! S'JESTAIPII I.EI) 1 ,2. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. 1?.4Aost.Aards .Mlbourne. Contonnia) and Adolaido-Exllhitioneg T. fitA iwrds and 1 Second at the lato National Agricultural Society's Show. Carringes, Buggies, Phrntons, Gigs, &c., in stock and built to order, REPAIRS AND nENOVA'rING. G(IUAIANTEI AlL WOIRK. DES1GNS SUBM1TTED. S. SNO W, SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (or'1oS1TE TRAM TERMINUS), And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. GIG, CARRIAGE, and BUGGY HARNESS MADE TO ORDELR. COL-LARS CAREFULLY FITTED. WHIPS, BRUSIIES, RUGS, &c. 77 Second-hland Harness Bought, or Exchanged for Now. ].I LILINERY AN 1) 1)D 1APEY11 I-1 ESTAlLISIIM INT.. STr.vrTo. STREtJ , Iox HILL. The Ladies of Box Hill and Surrounding Districts aro invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they have on hand a Splendid Assortment of SPRII1NG & SUMMEIl MILLINEIY IN TiE NEW\''E!T STY',LES. Childhir s' Uundhrclotlaiuln, uirstry, a...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
IT is a singular coincidenco that with tho prgrgress Box Hill las imnido dur ing the last few ycars the residonts havo not established a Froo Library and a local School of Arts. The om ployoes on theo Blaokbuin Estate nro ahead of us in this rospcot,- as they liavo a reading room and library which is woll supplied withl a largo. assortment of usoful books. While wo in Box hill liave boonat.. tonding to tho matorial *progress of the placo, and to the orootion of largo and coinuiodious public buildings, wo have ommitted tleo more important work of providing for the cultivation and dovolopment of the intellectual faculties. This we should havo done and not to havo loft tho other undono. In omitting to attend to this all. im. portant matter we liav boon guilty of negligence, which most coortainly does. not redound to. our oroedit as an on lightonod and intelligent community. At the present timo tho young mon of Box Hill lavo no placo whero thoy can go to spond an ovening in a pro. fitab...
BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS THE STARS OF THE STAGE. PRINCESS'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890
BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHITS, TIE? STARS OF TIHE STAGi. 1ImNC ESS' TII :ATHE. The extremely diverting comedy, That Dr. Cupid, now performing at the Prineess's Theatre, attracted it crowded house on Satur tdany. The audience was kept in constant merrimencnt by the vivacity and droll humor of Mr. Elton in the titlo rle, who was ably assisted by Mr. Ilatwood, Mr. Flemming, Mr. iana, Miss Janet Achlturch, Mins Helen Kinnatrd, and Mrs. IEdonin eryer. The same piece will be played to-night and to morrow night.