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ACTIONS AGAINST LAND COMPANIES. LEAVE TO DEFEND GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

ACTIONS AGAINST LAND COMPANIES. LEAVE TO DEFEND GRANTED. . An action against land companies was mcntion d to Mr. Justice A'Beckett in Chamber.i on Friday, and loeave t defind was !granted, on the application of Mr. Anderson. The fir-it case was tblu-it of Muuro alnd Iailliqnu "bailit Sinip~ou's Estate Comptinj Limiited. loii an alldavit madd hy A. H. Roadknight, one of the shareholders, a stock lind station agont, resildent of Moo?ablol-strcet, Goelong, it aippcaild tialn pilaintiff's claim was for .3 184 Il s 4d. due to to themo as lholdcrJ and endorsees of a dishonoreod promis-oiry noteidue on the l4thlMarch Inst, eigit monthls after dlite. TIhe nlote wals diawn by D. Brayshay and S. J. Edwards,     directors, and Alex. Munro, secretary of tho dfenldantm comlunluy, in favor of F. G. Redoutt, D.f:ndant, poifited out that at the time tlhe notelo was given, 11th July, 1888, the company was not in existencce, Ilhaving only been registerod on the 12 ~hi Soptoe...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

NEW WEEKLY PAPER. THE REPORTER To be Circulated in Box Hill, Surrey Hills, Camberwell,   Canterbury; Doncaster, Balwyn, Burwood, Blackburn,   Mitcham, Ringwood, And the Surrounding Districts. THE " REPORTER " Will he Pniblighld, Splcy in the Local Interests and to Advocate, the lleqilromi nts of above districts. Full Accounts of lthe Polico Court and Couneil Prioccedings will be given, together .with all Sporting, Local and 'District News. FIRST ISSUE: Wednesday, 26th June. GENERAL PRINTING IEecuted at Molbournu Prices, comprising: POSTE1RS, I|ILHIEAl)S, BUSINESS CARDS, CONCERT TICKETS, IIANI)DIILLS, VISITING CARDI)S, MEMO. FORMS, MOURINING CARD)S, DELIVERY BOOS, FOOTBIAIA CARDS, PAMPILETS, CICULARS.B,' ELECTION CARDS, RECEIPT BOOKS,, CONCERT & IBALL PROGRIAMMES, &o. PATRONISE LOCAL INDUSTRY. A DVERTISEMENTSB in - r ,ed in the - lctarorter" froan 10s. - per Inch per Quarter. liti'tsh, D)atlh and- Marriagoes froln a., aU iieoirtion. Wanteds r...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PAUPER'S DYING REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

A PAUPER'S DYING IFEQ luM% ··s ---- An imusing and yet pithetlo fIn dent in what the poet Gray called " tlaielort and simple "annals of the poor," is told by Mr. John ,.J. I. Mioklejohn, one of the Inspectors of the Poor, at Lerwich, Shetland Islandi. tie says that some time ago an old woman, named Barbara Smith, came under the notice of the Board. She was extremely ill, and it did not look likely that abo would long noed oa~o of any kind. She did not reside on the mainland, but on a small island a low miles distant, and there being no paro chial institutions In that place, Bar bara necessarily occupied the position of a pauper living out. Tihe trouble from which she suffered dated back many years. In butter and more pros porous days she had in some way laid the foundation for Chronic Indigestion and D)yspepsia, and out of this had sprung other complaints as ugo aridl bodily infirnltios crept apace upon her, Ilarbara was not ignorant, albeit she had fallen into poverty. In - earlier...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Arhiteoot C(. V. Blaukburno, Box Hill. Aun onrerr Bradley and Curtain, fiitohan. Bakers- ,t J.3 A IBIoa o, Station -troot, Box lill. A I?. wson, Whit il Irao' load, Box'HIll.U Mirs. Tohibsa; Whito iorie Road, d alwyn, Banks English, Scottish and Australian Charterod Bank. Melbourneo avings Bank, John Alsop, Actuary. oees' Supply Company- L. T. Chambers, Franklin Stroot, Melb. Biscult Manufacture- Swallow and Ariell, Port Melbourno. Bleokamith and Whoolwright O. Sutton, White Hlorse Road, ox 11111.ill Iloardinghoulne A. T. Lewis, Canterbury Ltd., Surrey Hlills. Bookeeller 0. E. Ellingworth, Main hRoad, Box Hill. hlrassfounder- John Danke and Son, ourkoet.., Molb. Brick Works WV. 0. Taylor, Mont Albert Road, 1talwyn. Buildere and Contractor.? W. Bamford, Station Streeoot, Blox lIill. iL. Bishop, Burke iluad, llUwthorn. J. it. Dasly, Station Streol. Box Hill. W. Peek, Station Street, Box Hill. W. Williams, Bank Streeot, Box Hill. Butchers- J. Dunphy and Son, Whl...

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THE STORY-TELLER. "OUR FRIEND IN NEED." CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

THE. STORY-TELLER. " lUI FRIIllEND I\, NES'E'D." jDy the Author of ?n 1to irLL?n J5o o t, .Oanour .'] ir.. :;; "Ali," said ho, " I remember as though 'twos only yotorday, the first coolh that was over started In Australia. It was almost a ifacsimile of the one we are now In, and ran from Melbourne to the gold-mining township of Ilallarat. Every one was anxious to secure places for the first journoey, and I was of the favoured few who got one, paying ten pounds for the treat, for I was not a poor priest in those days. All wont right enough whilst we were on the macadam, but when we quitted it for very similar country to that which we have just traversed, with never a symptom of the driver abating his speed, the passengers grow first nervous and then frightened out of their wits, But all In vain, for the coach proprietor had guaranteed that he would reach Ballarat in what was deemed an lnoredahly short space of time with the s mailsbahs s, id he was resolved to do it. So the passenger...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

Special Advertisements:. SHIRE OF NUNAWADINO, .. NORTH PDINOG. z -A$A.P I N A.LL 'Will AAcdros tho Elcotors on" WEDNESDAY, 28RD JULY, KENNYS'6IOTEL, MITUIIAM, _.: 8.te p.m - 811IRE )UNAWADINC.. e?r.... 7... .OR 3. ASPINALL W &ldX efi foifavour of -Projrtilo . . parts of the Riding. B?'iIB OF NUNAWADINO. . CENTE i INO. t Ldlos and Gennlenmcn, as {t+1., It Is my Intention to contost the noxt election for 'lib Centro Iliding of the ShireIt if" inanadiing,'-laiiad'ýo ttully wslioit ya tIpind iniarlf$8 I3 Yours obediently, _ s. "ý'a.., ,.. : ,?,:-,, I. I DALEY. Albion Road, 1, ;., , .~ , + ,,, s BmIUE O1 'OUNAW?M NO" - t,,iOTIO ITO. I4dk4 z, Oontlomen, ,, ' ?1 'h avo the honour to annonne that I am a Ca i ato Iqr the position of Local Auditor, a rl wpoetfally to solicit your vote and interest. CHARLES MILLER. ". Franoonia," White Horse Road, Box 1il, . , ff::,rm..snto) 1 Ai^wA1YDImNG:oi', *ELECTI k O Of I, O11n S OFNTITRE IDINO. ilV 1 ddmro tlt -botor OLD SUIRaUnlrA aLrIanU MURY ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

11 1,1 \ . : :At " I;nnnc 1u 1:. lJ )i.1. , .. 1. ,r j';:. :I: i.. · ', ... -. . S*1,,C AýRRA BUIL'D b!D'E'1RS, r Sd:"BUL::R W 4.OOD R OA A ,r~ t .HIIOHRST.- "AWARDI) MRLi1OURNE qB'ThzI I. ] P ; I IhI? .l. it 1:i J. :uu1w cl1 ! 1-0 t Ir T:"1 Riif ' '" .InxnllIITr1ON n fiirilaea! ~igtca, !ebazNa, Gigs, %tc., in stock anid built logdic6Y' - ~ ~ AIO J-) u'),, 1 1 \t4jjd· DESIGNYS SUBfniTT1ED D.-( r:J ;O~LI~.i)~!i '2i 'd'rcýS r: `1~"·· `) . 1 id..:,J u .u:J ri t t·ý: · C~ ±4ltft 174 yILLINREY .AND DB4PNtMY ESA!SR~flU T. z.Irnzi87*TON. SmZXT,'I Boa HILL., '! The Iadies. 9(,41 Jhill.:cud Hurrounding' a.- : Ditrictas are' Invited : to call at L: , COLLINC :aOL;I 'As" thely., bee. 'ont band Rp 8pditud * ' 'J An ottadmit'of *1IMILLIU4BY IN TILE )IfllT NR 'r * *. ITYLS. ' Also, SQIj.., jIoj.r, Wlools. 8tata(asq. aa22AI 14.) a t t.. " ..li n.2 S. r . 1-. f~. t I W Gann KI, Oiaio'us' & AspIla :& Koltirdi: JJ * 14 .XL R T4 TR 4 Y VTR "^ 6 u 1 . i . . '-··) .. UIAtIO1, 8s.V). AIli...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

Tniiy. Is a great deal- of truth in the remark' that thlro is inotliig ' iie " striking the Iron while it Is hot." At tho,lresent time an agitation has boon mooted for the purpose of pro. viding ana'dloquato water supply for the Eastern Suburbs, Wo.,,roqidito cor. tain that o?ty'iflo will agreeoo with us when .w state that such a supply isý absolutely ieeded, and the question will have to be looked at and dealt with sooner or later. During the past ten months this Rsuejoct has beon cropping up at the various meetings of the counoill when it lias boon dis. cussed from various standpoints, but no action of a definite or practical nature has boon taken. Yet what has beeoon dono as boon of use in priparing the way for future action. The lIon. the Minister of Works has boon inter. viewed, and the subject has boon brought under his notice, and we are glad to say that so far ho has given it his favorablo consideration, and would ontertain any project which might be submitted to hlini whore...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

LOCAL NEWS. The Nunawading oounoil hold a leviasion Court in the Renreation ]hill, '"n "M'ntnlay. Thoro was only one alteration shado in the rolls, and that was the suhbtitution of the namo of Mr. Nicholson, for Mr. A. Rawlings, for a shop in Station street. A'inecting of the friends of Mr. S. Aspinall,   candidate for the North Riling, was hold on Saturdayoevening, at Box Hill, when a strong conmhlte .of between thirty or forty rate. payors was forlmed to uccure his return to the council. Mr. A. Serpell wafl leeted clhairman and Mr. J. R. Ellingworth secretary. Mr. Aspinall decide4 t. 4,dalddeeu "tho olectors at Mitchanm, on Tuelltly, 23td Inst., at 8 o'clock. It will be eoon In reference to our adver. tising columns that Mr. Douglas, timber   merchant, of Canterbury Road, Surrey Hills. Is prolpand to supply evsryiDescripltlon of building nratoritlh, ai.iht lowest prices., lo has a largo Stock ltl to select trom. . " The Nunawadisig council is makingl o. t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

JOTTING S. The Ildloen Council held its annual Revision Court on 'Monday last. The sittingts commenced. at abouLt 2 p.m., and when our reporter left it was getting on for cloven, and the Conrt was still sit *tint;. Thera were two barristers present, who helped, with the assistance of the couneil, to make things lively. Mr. R. G. Cameron, of Doncaster, sent in a nusmber of writton applications to the ,ouncil protesting to the following gentlcmelu being retained on the roll, vi:-- Cr. Goodwin, Squire Aspinall, Wm. Ellingworth, Wm. Meader, jun., the Hon. M. H. Davies, and a number of. ather gentlemen too nIII?ItteIus--to mIotinlon. 'The first, ease taken was that of Cr. Goodwin, who was rated for land at Deep Creek in the Warragul Riding. The olbcctor floyc?l that thils land didl (lot belong' to Cr. Goodwin, but was tls? *.qroperty of a compnlny of which Cr. Goodwin was only the agent. WIhen the case was callcd oin, Mr. Cameron eimnldly mnadl an afirnna   tion that ho h?ad...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. BULLEEN COUNCIL. Revision Court. MONDAY, 15th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. BULLEEN COUNCIL. Revision Court. MONDAY, 11th JurT. Prsount-Cr. Stiggins (president) in the chair, and Crs. Calder, Meader, Sell, Smith, Petty, Kent, Goodwin, and Hunter. DONCASTER RIDING.   The aooretary elstated that in hin anxiety to got thn rollu made iup in time he had inadvertently placed some names on the roll which had no right to be there, as the valua tion of their property was under £10. There were also a number of altorations and nddi. tiona to be made on the roll for this riding. 1Le read out the following namue, w?hith had been put on the roll by mistake:-Wm. Atkyns, James Bullock, Kerston, Duncan M'Keller, Wm. Marosa, and W. C. Raul. Cr. Sell objected to the neuone being erased. IHo contended that these men had not received the required notice, and they could not be taken off the roll unless they had been notified to attend at the court. Cr. Meader thought that it would be doing. a wrong act to orase their nrmlle, and lie would not agreo to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Borooudara Shire. MESSRS C. F. TAYLOR, SWEETNAM, AND M'DOWALL AT CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.       Boroondara Shire. MESSRS C. F. TAYLOR, SWEETNAM, AND McDOWALL AT CAMBERWELL.   Merssrs. C. F. Taylor, Sweetnan, and M'Dowall, who arontnming toe;olier fr r th Goantre liiglng of the llorooudar Slhire, .onvon14. a. mooting. of the.. rotopayers at the Shiro tI, planmberwell, o ltrdpOy, niti , 19th inst.; Mr. Taylor,. owhig to hi; Patliat nenltary.A;tiw, . Wap unable to attend ; but Mboars SympLtuanl andt M'Dowall adldreosed the oloetoarlt.aconsiulcrablo lungtih. Mr. C. B. Gadd wao .elojted to. tho. cllair, and their. was naair ttltlldan e. Cr. Sweetnam, the plrsident, apulogi:;ed for the abelnce of Cr. Taylor. Ai the erhiro had bocn.aivideln into ridiint?, all the couu. asleors -ho~"iT tir,-5Til'Trin future there would bo silne coulsillore Itlend of •ix. Ho felt it his duty t,.com?n hboeor, thctl an.k *eplain what the council hat dlone during his armt of ofco..:.. When thel connoil lost thti revenue frol th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nunawading Shire. MR. DALEY AT THE OLD SHIRE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

Nulmawacding Shiro. MR. DALEY AT THE OLD SHIRE HALL. A largd' number of electors asomnblod at the ablovo hall on Friday evening to hoar Mr. Daley, 'ono of the candidato+' for theo Centore tiding of the Nunawaling Shiro, ex. press hiw views. Mr S. Collier ocalp;ied' te thtit"" 1' Mr. Daley tait as this wnits th firsti inerit ing he had naldrontd, he hoptled they would overlook al y shiortrounings. At; hoe was not a retirigg eouncillor he had no past ains to confess, "Ie had? no apolo?ny to nallodain otT.ring hinl!:nte?:i 'a eandidatel t1rM'hethad boon a ror:i(dcntof tlnrflis(liwt tYT?,it tyb?ti.tl Ho h:ad the Ad?a?tA'rh of youth, nl tnllhis oeCtpa. timn ttwinr that b t ao;ildur no rsitto @ moviug about in aIl' p ra to gst , iIre, so Stit hat odtteion .l'd fio knew the wqntats of the aiatriot e. wtll as apyon cto 'ith conunltunity. Hfe *ae In favor of kseepltin thel roads in as Iperfect a state of replir a,t pos:tible. l1.was ,not in fa!ionr of .t.\.ty ,titet Int iintenalnco iretal Wa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. S. COOKE AT SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

MR. S. COOKE AT SURREY HILLS.   A vrry large nunuhor of ruiect "u pit rerud nt LIt uiurruuy MINu lteercuutieu thud on Mdot 'uuy Cofnnuuj! Ihau tolucur tile. Mr. S, Cooke deliver inIuu irot ii Irco on u nic uuuipaul uuuuuturu Mr. Fenwick wluuv·otL d i i ltuu ciniu. Mr. Cooke said he had offered to stand as a candidate for the Council of Nunawading     at tlio riciucot of t Iaeo Ia numb++r ut unltpnyie. 'Ihe work to tue dcii h in U i Istrict was vary roattu , anld flue wirtutt ofthe Councii tyro vetry limiutied. 'lluuy suhoulud be wry cariLult ini their chuoicu of ai rulprourututiuu. ''hey (lbuiutoul l ýyaV iu) Wliti would tuol 'hiat Cccii ulonuey waudIt d ouut to thuc Itout r.ni ludot . li fil uu0 o ll un 'iluiuechi In liltig I~i t~ uanliflcatioh liordrobef reth nas they might hink iti atourbd of egobtlsm, hut ho had no Iteornative on thleo. present *occasion. IIe had maziangiet'to inlo a succos 'of lain own bonianess, andal hRad1 ile ancuntomC....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CR. RAWLINGS AT METCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

Cr. RAWLINGS AT MITCHAM.       Cr. Rawlings addressed a meeting of the ratepayers at Kenny's Hotel, Mitcham, on Tuesday night. Mr. John M'Leod was voted to thu ulualr, nod ll n ri W4w ItI . titl ii .u Cr. Rawlings , Wo Iway well r_'cein il, ;ail Liethat a 112.0 mimid wheun lie, ii' One of liii rel~ruiul.it h ul of the North Biduing oh 11w Nituawialuiii Cunilii(1, toli to ap.Ipii lii lii theum, Ili' t, rin of ultch 'i mul' iii t1,i him lf csriltlirlatio. 'Thii' li-t mather hi i iiiilii touch (lion Lwal:i flue io ai~ut mf .lZ3ii,(hOil, whimleh lIi hioa~hmmimmhh~ .o-in1 ,i n mmccmtlllihl1~ fact. When the cooufoil was in pooeosslon of this money it would be in a position to,carry out. improvoements whlah would materially enefit' all portions of the shire, and vilthout the loan it was impossiblo for the cour oIl to undertake thoso worli IIe could a~nluro then t i tltho oaiunoil had laid out the funds at its comniand in the very best:way in, qrdor th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MUNICIPAL SUBSIDY QUESTION. An Increased Vote Requested. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

THE MUNICIPAL SUBSIDY QUESTION. An Increased Votolorquostoed; ,.A deputation roproelntlng a7 sliire ooumoils was introduced to the Premier Qn the 10th inst., aacompanied by a largo" i?nibor of members of Parliamont, to ask that ai change might oe maide hi the systom ,of ppointing the muni cippl.ndowment., Mr. M'Lean, M.L.A., said that some timo ago an appropriation of.0810,000 per annmllm was set apart for municipal ondpwmnut. the understanding being that rtlih Governmenlt should pay £2 grant fotr every £1 obtained from local rates. When thls wasdone only portiouis of tlip, colony wore settled whore the country was loyol. BSijco that, owing to the largoinureabo of thlo population, groat tnots 'dfIachk.comuntry.woer o. ouplod) : Q.L?Qi.ro9.iadi .ling was ex, tromely dificult and rats woreo: pro portiouiat4 " Ib;,t't6 ri ý t1& iihforioi quality ofteho laud. .A largo number of'now shires had boon formod to goverp this.: country.- On the other linid, thel strain on local resourc...

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SURREY HILLS WESLEYAN CHURCH SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

SURREY HILLS WESLEYAN CHURCH SOCIAL. This social which waf hold on Friday ,voning, 12th'inst., in the lohoolroom, was the outcono of a ilodire on the part of the Imeilbers of the church to become batter no. quainted" with each other, especially with those who had lately come to reside amongst them. The ladies of the sewing meeting took the mqtter in hand, and carried it. through very suenocessfully, asewas proved by the way it was enjoyed by all. An invitation had? n given to all mombers and adherents of the church to come, and it was well roe sponded to, aq thoro wore over one hundred pirsons prosqnt. The centre of the church was htid out he a drnvng room, with carpet, tables.. Tlo piano ioeing kilidly rdhit by Miss Coates, whilstsyp.tl avro arranged; all round. The 'walls werp.boautifully .ecorated with.doviceli|n the form of crosses,' stirs, madoe ot mooe, ivy, forns, and flowers, c.adiit 'no o4d the word i Wolcomo" was placed,' and habovedato 'roat advantage. The Misses, Stone, ...

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FOOTBALL. CAMBERWELL V. NORTH PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

FOOTBALL. CAMBERWELL v. NORTH PARK. Oin Siaturlay last thli Cmbllllerwell teanl of I otballern tried con cluiioni with tho. Northli lPrk, on tle grotd of the forlmer, who have hold premicr pooition in the world of junlior football for the last livo yearl. Thhi being the clo a great dlcal of inlterent win mani fotied in theo matclh, which wa ai good ono friol beginning to end. Thei local men had, for ronlo limno lat, been totting theoil aelvce into special condition in order that. they might be fit to coltent tlhe gal feron the tvart to. the fiii:.h, an they well know that thecilr of pe nelnt aerr foomenol worthy of their hted, alnd if they .wore lot in the phinkt of conditilpn it would be usolcsa" to mcot their formidablo and skilful'opponentCs. The pro. geroen of theo match was cloearly indicative of 'thllo fot that both teams wore very ovenly matched, but for all that the local team should have been vitotrious. At throe. qwurter time the Camberwoll ltcam had suc ceded in kicking f...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsable for opinions expressed by Correspondents.] THE NIGHT-SOIL NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.]     THE NIGHT-SOIL NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. Sir, - Allow me, through the columns of your newspaper, to draw attention to the filthy manner in which night-soil is being disposed of in our midst. It seems to me to be a common practice here, to bury the contents of the closet-pan within the small enclosure round the dwelling, and in some instances only a few inches beneath the soil. In other cases closets are used with- out any pan or vessel of any kind. In the spring time, the odour arising from the premises will have a most injurious effect. Trusting that this nuisance will be remedied in some way or other. I am, yours, &c., HEALTH. Blackburn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 18 July 1889

A BOON TO THE DISTRICT. The long-felt want of a First-class Drapery Establishment, supplied by Geo. H. Davey, Canterbury-road, Surrey Hills, is greatly appreciated by the people. Vliirilyl~.· I1 t 1 lii ilicly ltCliii 2 11011 liC for1 Mlllh.. lI11 tItII *.L'iI~t 11110l HL·ii nulll nl~i

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