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CANTERBURY V. DARKTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890

CA?'?NTEIDUtIY V. D.ilKTOWx. This matclh was played at Cantelrbury on 11th inst. 'The coin favourinug the visitors, they sent the locals to tho wic kets, andt good use was made of the favor. Carroll, a fast overarnm bowler, commenced with the winid his first over resulting in 7 byes, and then the brothers Fowler totted up runs pretty quickly, 40 appearing under 20 .minutes, and after one moro T1'. Powler in hitting at a long hop to leg missed and somichow it hit his body, and dropped on to the stieket, one for 1.1, which was increased to 61 for 6, when O. Powler, after playing a careful innings for 20 sont onoe back to the bow. leor, which was not declined. ]E. Fowler and Smith now became partners, the score mnounting up and uip until 1::33 l ips peored, when Smith, after hitting here. there, and overywhere, some very good (particularly :3 to leg for 4 each,) some middling and some reverse, for 30;, got a real beauty, which proved too much for him. Of the rest, liar E. Fowler. whose...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOGGING AT PENTRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890

FOGGING AT PENTRIDGE. -0 At lthe Pentthidge Slolkado on 2Mon* day Iwn miln nmed Jonn dwards and and Alfred .I)eir had the lash adminis ltered t thihem, in pilra?iniecoof i senltenel passed by his Jlunolor Judge Casey, the ol'enees in both eases being robery in eompany. 'The flagellation, which was administered 1by Jones, the public hang' mant, look place privately, in aecordance with Ithe sentence of the court, there be ing present only the oflieials of the gaol. Edwards was first dealt with. lie is undergoing a sentenco of 10 years' i22 prisonmelnt, with one flogging of 20 lashes. lie took the severe punishmont very well, merely showing his suffering by groaning at intervals. The second m2an, ]Jeir, was then led to the triangles. 11H is undergoing 5 sentence of threo years, with intervals' of " solitary " con Ihnment and one whipping of 20 lashes. ito appeared very nervous on being taken to the room, and evidently suffered severely dirinig the punishment, judg ilug by.hlls cries an...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS AT BOX HILL. A NEW STATION TO THE ERECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890

THE RAILWAY OMMIIS, SIONERS AT BOX HILL. --0 A NEW STATION TO BE it RI'MCTED. Tho Nunawading Council are always on the qui rire, to sece what can be d(one to advance the interests of ratepayers and to improve Box Hill. No sooner had the Council become aware of the faict that theo Commis sioners intended to pass through Box hill on the 16th inst. than a deputa tion was arranged to wait upon them and bring under their notico the miserable station accommodation amid other drawbacks which the placo is sufnbring from. A few mniinutes after teno yesterday morning at special train arrived at ]lox Hill conveying lthei Commissioners, D)r. L. L. Smith, and Mr. John Keys, M.L.A. As soon as the train drew up at the station the Comltlisionmirs wore inter viewed on the platforni by the" Prosi dent (Cr. I laughton,) alid Cre. Ilishlop and Ellingworth, and the shire secre tary, Mr. J. II. Taylor. Theio deputation was introduced by Mr. Keys, M. L. A. Tile President drew the attention of Mr. Speight ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. BOX HILL v. SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890

SPO RTING. --:0:- - ClTOKElT. Box ]fr.r, v Suanary iflr.Ls. These clubs met for for the second timo this season to try conclusions. The first mauthi resulted in a close finish at Sourrey I [ills, but the gntamo played on Saturday at Blox Iill resuiltted in a de cisive defeat of the visitors. The field ing, bowling, and balling, of tlhe viltors was thle theme of admiration, anl proves conclusively that the old club is comintag to the fore again. For Surrey Ilills. Steelo 1:3, 1). MAl. Wilson 10, and J. Wilson 10. wereo the only players who scored double figuraes ; whilst Cronin :12 (not out). Mafender 23:1, leck 1l. and Gar. side 141. all showed good batting form, and the sutcessful bowlers were--Wil liamns 5 for 22. and Meander :1 for 5. The following are the scores: Box llill-T'oon, b 1). Wilson, 4I;: Meader, Collins, b Mortimer. 23: Wiliams, b Morlimter, 7; heck, e UCllins, b Steel, lt; lPayne, c C.ollins. It Mortimer, 5; lawson, b Marsh, It; (Cronint, not out 32; 0. Sutlton, bI S...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR PEOPLE WHO PLAN HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890

FOR PEOPLE WIHO PLAN HOUSES. oHere is a uniqluq kitchen worthy of doseription., It is ot large, havhing een built for a very littlo woman. The pn10 try is to Wle re?r of it, the dining.room to tho right, thl' hal in front mid all out doors to the left. The kitchen projects beyonid the hall, giving room for a door in front, indl there is a second door in the rear' leiading to the bIek porich andl garden. Th'e ra' uge chimneiy stnalds against the outer wall, ianid from door to dLoor in s?ililner the breeze iblows perpet ullly pauts it. There il 'o windlows alecor' dling to (ituilliltnes, 1some low, somell hig, sonic little, soime ini the uipper panels of tihe doors. - The temple of the householt d gods is furnisheod entirely in wood, for elstholiie rensons quite ns minuIt Its ntilitarian. WVood finis h menni th.at not no inch of In.ter aplpears. (Ceilinii, walls and floors are all of delightfully polislhed yellow pine. 'The easings of doors and Sintlows nro flat for euseo of washing. ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE POINT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890

CORRESP ONDENCE. TO TIlFi P'OINT. TO T111: ciDtTOi OF TII ItEPORTI:Rt. In answer to a letter in your last issu signed " S. Aspinall," as regards the first part of his letter in which he atsks mne to ex plain why I forgot the question, viz., Jobson or Junction-road, I refer hhn to it letter which appeared in' the same issue signed W. Ii. Itoberts. As to thre accond part of hisl letter he refers in an unbeconming manner to my education. I beg to reumind him that ed ucation is somctilnes thrown away on some persons, (hhuself to w'it,) or he ~vould never have alluded to another person's misfortuno over which he had no control in his youth, cven if hle, the writer, had boeen correct. Bit to tihe point. Education does not rnko a man honoest, that is ertain, although I ad mit it often causeso conceit. Again, 8. Aspin nall says " Councsillor Rawlings places great stress upon being rtturned at tie last election arind himself rejected. WVo have not far to goe for example, ias the best charact...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL AND SURREY HILLS GAS WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890

BOX HILL AND SURREY HILLS GAS WORKS. In connection with the completion of the local gis works a dimnner wan given in the Nerrtorv iills IHotel, Hurrey Itlls, on Monm day tiight last, by Johin Coites mid Co. The ali nt'et was a private one, the nity' gentle meuln outide the councillorts of tlhe Nuniawad. ilg and lilroolndarra Coinneli!, who worn invited were Mr. Tuonn, manna or of the H. H. & A. C. Iatltk; Mr. (t. V. tllackhnrn, MIr. iThompson, of the .Metropolitan (his Cmipiny ;i and the manager mid contractor for tir works. It wias the intentionof i Mr. Coants to have in vited the gas cn?sinumers illd other leading inhabitants of the dlitriet; but acting upon the suggestion of his friends ha fomund that thi.s coeurse woul ie likely to give otlence, iis soiie peroan woiidil IiunoItlbtedly have been omitted, hentce Mr. Coatnes deiheld to restrict the inmitations to the local replre?n. tative imen. In all tlhoro were about 25 gentlemen ire?ent. The chair was occupied by Mr. Jo...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890

JAMES MASSEY, CARRIER, STATION ST., BOX HILL. Parcels delivered daily between Box 1i1, Surrey Hills, lnlawyn, Canterbury and Melbourne. All orders received at residence, Station Street, at Box 11111; or at Carrier's 0111cc, No. 207 Post 0111ce Place, Melbourne, will be punctually attended to. W. Williams, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, DANK STREET, BOX HILL. QUALITY IS OUIR LEADING FEATURE. J. LATCHFORD, PAIlISIAN BOOT DEPOT, 100 SwANt STner.cT, IcitiMOND. All orders promptly attended to, Repairs neatly executed. Chargos moderatoe, 88 Harry Willson, PAINTER, PAPERHANGER, GRAINER, GLAZIER & GENiERAL HOUSE DECORATOR, Corner Rutland & Williams Sts. BOX HILL. - Contracts taken in any of the Suburbs at Lowest Bates. F. KIRK, Boot and Shoe Importer, Burke road, Camberwell, Desires to inform the inhabitants of Cam berwell and surrounding districts, that io intends removing four doors lower down to moro convenient preomises, nsear Commeorcial Baink, which ho intends to open w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THAT BRASS BAND. TO THE EDITOR REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890

TTHAT 13RASS IAND. TO TIII EOITOn O14I'ORlTER. in--lather umore than 12 Months ago a Temperance fBrass Band was started in 1Jox tHill, and the nmembers called upon the real-. donts in the distriot and obtained subscrlp tions towards the maintenanco of the saold band; of course, upon the understanding that it was for the benefit of the neighbor hood in general. Now, sir, what I wish to know is, whore is this band? \Vo never hear nor a.e anything of. it; has it consed to exist, or. have- the inumbhers, like Rlip \'nni Winkle, fallen into a prolonged awet alum. be'. According to the prensent state of thinga the lmeombeis have failed to fulfil theiroe lpo. miaes to the asubncribers ; but It is nover too lato to miend, nnd perhaps thoseo fwv lines may be the meamis of suddenly awakening our slumbering friends. - I ant yours, &o., - tUUBlSOIIUEIl.

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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 — 17 January 1890

STHt]E ROSE OF NUNAWADING. 1,b'Z IN TlE 1E.'STE1R SU13UIIREI, -on O A TALE OF LOCAL INTEREST. (V""ITTISIN EXrnrsihY roto TE. " RI:Pzoinrrn." Cnt.irren VI. lMrs. Purcell continued to improve under the skilful medical treatment. Her return to Ieaileh wis the cause of universal joy andgladness, not only in the home of the lose of Nunawading, but throughout the district. According - to agreement Miss Purcell and her sister took a wallk ns far as Black burn on the morning of the 16th November, but on the night previous they had bought two interesting books from Ellingworth's Library to read on the way. The morning was a delightful one, and the sun was shedding a ray of golden light over the heights of ]llackburn as the two young ladies were within sight of the Rlocreation Ualt. The pure air and the gentle exercise had brought the color into their cheeks, and they felt in every way benefitted by the morning walk. The Eoxygen which they inhaled had imparted now lifo and vigor into their sy...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890

TO TfIl OfDTOn IIEPOITERII." H:n,-1 noticed some remarks made by your Canterbury correspondent the other day, blaming the Rtingwood crilcketers for not turning up at Canterbury tho last Satcr. clday. The ficts areo that Canterbury is down on our list for a match at llingwood to.day, and I think it would havo been more courtoous for thornem to have written to us for an explanation than to have hold us up to blio ignominy in your paper. . Their not icaving written has also prevented us from arranging a match with som0 other club. I am, your's etc., RINGWOOD CItI0KETERI. Ringwood, Sat., 11th Jan., 1890.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 January 1890

DEATH. CUMPSTON.-On the 12th inst., at Box Hill, Stanley George, youngest son of G. W. and E. Cumpston, aged 3 years. The Reporter. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIRESIDE SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 January 1890

FIIRESIDE SPARKS. ie tlhat eltdi? o: y eient, will get tih holy of knowledge without tie toul; end hl that studie: only bookls, the soul \vithout thie body. It is curiouo that we pay diathnelon for lwhat they ayit, Iot for wlhat tlliV do. We may (nedo any ntn, a right without dloinlg ly |aeon a wrollgi llot we can favior no ono without injuring ninom ne,. In proportion, nas nitions gent lorocorrplh inorte disigrace will bo conideruledl to attlcht to loverty, iand miorle repert to wetiltlh, Every fool knows how often ho has been , rogol', bhut every rogue doen nIt k:now, howY often io hasl been ai fool. Those who have ill intentions cannol t alToril to work witlh tools that have au ill sonlld. Wo nro not mor 1 ion eni i ill nealrelhtinl: out bad ulnotivis for iiod uctioll? whilellt r loied bylv otheris tlhan good milotivos for bad iteliotits hlin terforttmed by ournelvee. VWe are utcllll deetlvid wheln we failcy tllit we cai do witliutt the world, iitid still ittoe o ? whenc we ilrec...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPOILED BY A HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 January 1890

S~3OILiED BY A IiABi', iMany of the la)llh-.lhlLa)eid monthlo thalt are te qsor'ow'.i of the youni?, \wonlon of to-dily !resull froml their' leing permitted when they were chil 1ren1 to suck their filnge'rs; one of the Iret.tie?t WomIIIOll ill., to\lw1l ];as 001'10', thick lips, tlhtt came filrom hIlilvilng bcn allowed whio shie was going to sleop to put her thlmlb in her mouth ; whil anmotlherL, whos1o lis lrotrlhle inl t1 ,ontrero 1n1d whose m th11101 is large, now blames h r mlotllher for allowing hctr to find conshlationl illn hcr two faro Illgers. f p(rsu'll1.on will not pro velt ,a childl of tilS , Ilbit1, tlhn Itronger 11mean0 shouh11 1lie reorted to, and1 if necssalry its han1.ld shol1l Io tied tlogt~lhor. Anotllhcr very unlfbrilu n11to IlIihit nluig school girls, 11d whilih rosults in thickening t10 lips and miaking them lsuperscnlllsiLivo, : the continual liting of the lower liti. lThe lentire s1hape of thle thice iu slpoiled in this way, for when natu'e moulded it th11re ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MY LONG LOST UNCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 January 1890

MLY LONG LOST UNCLE. " ally long lost unrcle," ex,,lnimed prelly yi"'oIig li ojllan, i5a sIaI thIri'w hel-i sl jihl lihoe ans f a jolly, golodl-loiok ing chlhlly iman], who was aankin,. lain ay5 up .11. a-at.reet. Sydny. rachi' alea ol lTauesdaly eceinl. \i h IW n heu hald rc coa'l'? i ir i trm, I liI ' pliaiaLz' all lo a?siiaIsl . nItIIHI U Ilus [ by tilh dislribuioln o? her charmiaiignnalaomy o.ler hi?s? sincctiale) lianlhrlgi, lhe insked what it nil niiant. tlhe ilndy asked him whtih(i r h le dlhl nt rememhler hiis lillie niietc Topsy, ant althaoa;uh lhe guihel.ces i'ontlrynann (hl ,iai iicuoni?. tr'yiualn naid It aqutattacr) never inad a iclee, he was aa.xious to obligo, d he played the lart of ,uncl very satisfactorily to both larlios, 11e ecolclrled her to hlir lhoume, at tlio dooe' ot whlich him left l her wilh a ehstle saaaite. Next daly hle mut lir again, and logliher Ithe two rambledl down the city looklig at the silats. '.h guirl was so naive, so flresh, a| so lcharming' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
READY WIT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 January 1890

RE ADY WIT. -a Tlcro aro few peoplo to whom the possession of ready wit ldoes not seem desirable, for not hing is of more uso in emergeincy than the ability to retlurn a !lolanud for an Olivor " in such a wiy as to extingtish ar opponent. BUillt the anit of retalintilg skilfully is hiy no meansn uni rersal. .Pe'rlihps this iasas wevll, con sidering the proneness of reparteo to de. generatlo into mniliciousness s nud it is inot dtillicult; to inlguino how much Inore dtisagreeable tie worlt would be if every one in it were a Douglas Jerrold or a Slormo Tooke. Nonelo of tho l)l'or.professiollns seems iore ldevoted to ready wit than that, of the law; antl jiudlging fromi the fllowing story, this dlevotion is of no rcent origil . l is relinted Ihat oin on occnasionl Sir Yicholn Itacoi wars aboot tbs pass jiilg ient upon a man who had been gui lty of roblery, at tlint limte piunishalle by deathl; but the culhprit pleideh for meryly on thle groiund that Ie was related tit o thle jlttlAge. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 January 1890

J. S. ]10WlJl'TS, thel CO?h DrJ)peIr, luir wool ltoad,, (lecferrie, ij shojig NE\" (iO1)S in all deplartment. fL" the cominig Xmlias seasoll, at exti'emeiiily low prilcs. Milliuery ai speciality. (lent' Shits Inmade to muci.ire. Style andl Pit g?utraltCed. AlVT. At .OSPl'Hl EILIH al S)ONS, u53 Flii deri lane East, (htlvasli.ei l ILo'i. hlan unil Corraiigtll', lt rat uc:ld r?t?t. (h:,st lint (lol viliiisel] Spoluiig an Fillig:n, Ci nilllliier; anll (has 1,itthngsl, W?'laie., (Git, Be~ll, itlnd Sjiallkiig; Ti bls. Amiilricnl 'lllops, Urinalls,? Cast iind Eiinauielletd Siil(.a, t'liUlllbrs' lui',ss work, Iniiha-ruliliur floe, litl.i, Talnk.a, (iaa (tlolns, ke.-Ar?vTa. l'llINTS, SATINS, &C. Laldieo,-Ii tlhe abovo Detlnmltloent, tiniliing I Iuau'e rulncl l too largo n tockl, nlldl iooiic than holl o'er to Ilext easollni, I Ihavo greaitly reduced ianic. Illvting inlspectionll, and at the salii ime i l renilndling you tlhat iny nlow famouR t1/ I white calico i always ini stockli. I...

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DEATH OF MR. FRANK W. GATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 January 1890

DEATH OF MTR. FRANK W. GATTER. --:o:- It i:: willh rrgrto ntht we Iavoe to record hdthe ,,ti of Mcr. Irano k W. (lttIter, i well known a lld il l)"y res1,vectd rescidie::t ot Ilex 1li11. For nmnny yearst he Ih.s heen the+ main1tOay of the lIx Hillo 1 Cricket, Club, 0osistin, very ,uaterlally, by hi.oioid ply, to achievo minny a. victory. 111c loss is C gr'eat ore, to theu club. For the loast l, nlonth,. Ie hIRs been in deliCL ntlo l beIh nul ,vas adviseld to tok, n loli s11 joulrll0y whlichl Ihe dl Id by 'vi:itilfg Hln lrancelsco, bet this failed to lreoore him thorotughly, mnd flttr trying various mlnlnalO for ri.,ovrcj lc p.oid c vioit to 1'olrtatrlington, whe'r he eIIhlltCLnC'I]d, Ilthe caluso o delth beilg tihe brnltinl ot n blood vossuel. IIt wis ai ll 1ctiv1 nlebuct,,r oc thic 1)rallmatie 'tld Quldirille Clulbi, and generally Imade himself prom~inent. 1lii' nl1:t wao 27 .3lc l'1, indll ie leavco C widltw and~ on~e chihl to .murnthe r telf o;. TJh, funcrll.l 1r10nlllolly too Il...

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BLACKBURN V. NORWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 January 1890

]lr.\cI¢n.|u·s Y". iNoluwoon. 'The unatch Ibetw cet tile l lattckuni aml Irhe Nr,'wonol 'luhb as s playcd. ?lt lhnrwoot·d, on SuIaur lay Istl. A\llthlougl.h the illhuckburn crhi.ket tinb had not their test tearm they wotn by 63 ronn., I lth hIwlun? of S. Siehsby Iciug sphltllid. , 11 ' 1 H u e a nl l i l l w e ,* e+ t l h e h i Ch e s t scor1ies foi r Norwloo, rtnlhe fo l lllllliln 21. atnd tio Ittetr II. 'Thliuo tic h Io got into iubiu higitrs fur Blucktutirn wtre - S. Stttcuhy (.3;t). ituinet (22) I Ki'fcd (15i). 'l'ihi tltl score foriulackburinr was I121, anl for Ntorwlood 13. The C'lmlcrwell InIt .tht awultlirni on Saturdtay last, Tt int littr wenl. iin fihr.t, and despite Ihe c'hange oIf b,?wher, manag11 tllo? I0 emnlusil aI. |h wVicketIs nea"rly till th iftiernitnt. W\h'll tlhey clos~cd tlhei inninigs lthey had midtitI I 211 irtns. h'le locail mItun wentt in at Ihe clo;e of the 1Itc, andtl lost otl, -icec·lt Itti r t i.ott Itt Irit?. T°IoI uah'h will be clnltinuled on Saturday...

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COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. MONDAY, JANUARY 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 January 1890

COUNCIL H1WS. --0--- Nunawatling Council. lo .sn .%¥. , ..a tnl I 20r,. Present-Cr. IIaughloi . lresideit (in theo hlir'),. ad I'rs. 1'.\Arthlin, Molurto, Ilishop, i. Cooke, Iawliungs, .Ellinlvorthl, rand Ilodley. Cicucarocvoen. C)((1.o t t '?to I) t? ?CI+', From Wa'ller l'roohis, tating Ihnt he had pliinc, d a letter from tho coulnil be fore n meeLting of the trustees of tihe lhnrwoodl-road remtehlcry on thie 11lh ilst, and tlhalt the trLIsiitcnC had granted thI council perlll'ission to remnovo tihe fenle atl the ccnllelcry wher r reqir'ed while wildeilng the ro:ad. Jlceeivted. From. A. G ilmour, granting per. nission to Ithio council to phlinr malnrial onlhis land, so long aIs thI trees wero inot. damngecd, butl he objected to earth I eing throwi on the lIroplerty whero hle resildedl as it would duthuingo tlhe funeo which was a livo hnawthorn one,'nald could nolt be ri'moved. l.elccivel,. ,Fronm tih 1)eliartmncnt. of Piiblie Works, requesting to be sulpplied with inlformation as t...

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