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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 — 24 January 1890

TIIE ROSE OF NUNAWADING. JJFE 1N TIIE EhASTI?IIN SUIIUlIllS. ----0 A TALE OF IOCAL INTERIIEST. (~W'mTTrme ExrsnrTss, n coU "I ?e Ior?: IU." CnAs'Tr.u VI. Mr. Norton suggested that he should takl;e them l p one at n tielo in case of nccidenlllt, but the young ladies did not caro to hIo loeft alone even -for a illnuto in such a desolateo place, so they alln started to::ether. They Ihad not gone fnr when they found that ides wouhl not succeed. Alihn Purcell had slipped and fallen, nid Norton, in trying to snave hier, fell over too, cntting his hand with a a bush, while bliss May Purcell had caught iher dress oii a sprig, which had takl;en away Fart of one of the flouncces, yet the party uiteo enjoyed the fun, and were as nluch at homo iln each other's company as though they had grown up froli childhood together. " Yoou see," sail Norton, whcen hei had lound up his hand with his handhierchief, " that -you -will have to resort to niy plan after all. We shall then asccend this steep gorge...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR "REPORTER." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 January 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 January 1890

BURTON AND KNOX EISTAILTISI[II) 1l882. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highost Awards IVMelbolurne Centennial and Adlolaide Exhibitions, 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the nlate National Agricultural Society's Show. _?--Carriagos, Buggies, Phatons, (igs, &c., in stock alnd built to ordelr, S IlE'PAIR1 AND RENOVATIN(i GUA1XRANTIE AhlL WORK. 1)ESIGNS SUUBMITTED. S. SNOW, SADDLE & HARNESS IMAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (OPPOSITE T'r.AM TE11RMINUS), And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. (G1, COARRIAGE, and BUGGOY IIhARNESS MADE TO ORDER. COLLARS CAREFULLY FITTED. WhIPSUnS BRUSHES, RUGSa, &o, 77 Second-hand Harness Bought, or Exchanged for New. IlLLINERY AND DRAPERY S ESTAIILISI IMIIENT. STATION S3TIIua.T, Box IILlL. The Ladies of flox lill alnd Surrounding Districts are invited to enll at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they havo on Ihand a Splendid Assortmenllt of SPRING & SUlMMbER MILLINERY IN TIIE NEWEST STYLES. .Also, A Good Assfortment of L...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MILLION OF BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

A MILLION OF BABIES. -0 l'iake your po2icil anld follow mit while it' figure on whIat will haippen to filthe 1,?)Oi).)t lf iabllies Ilhat will hnve been blorn in tih lais 1.I1)0, )ii)) secL'OIds-"02 one everly tlme lito c) lclh ticksli." OIne yIear' BIence, if slhttisilt's don't he-. lie 1ts. we sihllll have lost 1 ).llttl) of these little " pr'ides of our o110is'holhl." A 'year' lilter 5:11,0I)i) llmore will Ie keep ing copiiniliiLy wilh tlIhose thnt hiave goite before. At thll end of the tird e ner wO lw i in thatl 2.l2il0 mloro hallve ldropp?tlll by thel 'Tlhe fourth l t nr Ilhey haveo Ib?ceomil, - rtggedi little ditilings. not neirly so sus, cl'ptible I, t infantil e t iseases, only 13' htI) having siltiuinmllb d to tlle rigoIur iimposedtl by the inlsl.t,. Bly thr im Ihcyi htave nrrivel2 ntl Ih aige of 12years, Lbuilt p1lllry fewv hmlir2d1itl leave theI'ralc ench venr. Aftllr three soll e ye'll' es all e con2ll 0 ti ullt ItniI gone we inl less trunble in o:itnting the nrnmy with...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIGHTING A GORILLA. Terrible Scene in an African Forest. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

FIGHTING A GQOILrLA, -o Tcrriblo Sceno in an African Forest. Quarlternster-ergeacnt T. Eally, o tlheo I1h'd Sllolk loillmenIt, sllt ati(onlCd at lhry S t. EI'ImondsI , supplios the illowing account of la lion and11 .gorill ight :--In tIle gloomy reccssos of the in'imval f'orest still to ho found in Contral Africa thIere in a vast unx plored ield still st'tshing 'orth ift IIlllleaslred l lpacieo to tl hIllnltor 1 he na:turolist. 'To thlose whlo know thle fteo of Natiio 1ts it is before the 1111d (f 0ciilisu ticli sweeps aero1's it Ihere i. litll tle doubI ,ut tltt Ilthe two tr.l in at gr,';ter or lescol' dlgrle Ulllite.l, )eca:sionally, then. even them ]ost? ar dont Ihunter will lose the hold instinct that Ianimllatcs himii, ani1 lowerinlg his liilo, perhaps in tIllhe monollt of tilhe greatllst pcrsonI danIlger, will .forglot his long and ahloriously soughlt quarry, 1111d watch som111110 now trait or fresh in "tinct in the ,nimal thalt, uuconschous? >D his presence, gaLlllol.?ls 1...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIRESIDE SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

FIRESIDE SPARKS. A rising min-nA gowing lad. ?1latriago is no uneiven ganlo. It is a tie. Thle former for the fair-A husbblmdlan. I low to mark tablo linhn--UpsOl the gravy. The l'rineo of Wails-A baby. A lahosman's l gailns are bned on t llpro Uls. Homlno men are no lazy t.hnt tho " spur of the Inomlnt l" cannot qu (llikeil thle into acltivity. Women are generally in quest of conlc. thing. Conqnoll t seeOII to suit thelll as well ml anything. A good way to got into a scrape is to shave with a dull razor. About nas dangorous a not as a fellow calln fall in with is at brunotto. Thero is no use crying over spilt milk. It may be throo.parts water. Even the wickedecst of us always admonish n parting friend to " do write." The more you pull oil n cigar the smaller it becomes; and that is th cas?e with some " Yes," 'nit the slhop girl, wearily, " I'm engagcd, but my engalgement is of lungl staitimillng." As malln and wife are one, the hlusbanud, whenl ouatd wit his witu, must be beIcid hi...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAM WELLERISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

SAYi WELLERISMIS. -:0: " You're a man of mletal," as BIrown said to the blaclksmith. "I'll give you an ocular demonstra. tion," as tile gentllema repliedlhen lhe winked alt it girl inl response to hier in quiry "if he was up to snff T!" " il am workilIg for bare life." as the younge wife remTarked lwhenll somebody asked her if she was making Iaby L'othes. '?You want to h:luhoo.sel mlo," , as the gentleman exclaiLmed when a hawker tried to sell hint a comlnumo canI aus a bamboo. " l'm down in the month," as the con demnmed prisoner said \rwheln ho saw Berry, the hangman, smiling on the scaffold. " I shall fail to get rich," as t.le merr. chanlt told his wife before ho filed his petition in banklruptcy. "I'll drop in as I pass." as the penny whispered to the Saturday Ihospital Futmd box. " That's a sleight'of'haln trick," as the old ballhelor observted whein the pletly girl,-declined his offl'er of mar lriago. • I" .t'm going on flio board of tIrde." 1s the tailor romarked when he was...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. Scoxsr:.-Foturt pounsl of lour, two ounces. of butter, ono o0lnle oft hicarhbonat of onda, half an ounce of tartariu ncid, it quart of buttermlik,'well mixed ; roll out qui.:kly, about the thickness af t zn Iluo, aldl put thorn at once in a brisk oven. Si:on Bi3currs.--R1ub four ounces of ftrsh • lntter Into one pounld f I onllr with 1 pin I'i Io llit, and foll .nite? of sifted w[lito 4lgarl, Idd it t!aspllonfllll of carr'l'Iay Seeds, ald nmix nil thiio dry illJr:'dicta l wll togtlhcr; whuln they n thoroughly blehndOed, add thrt ilhoaen egglo. Holl out th ItsLtrly to what thiekneso il liked, and :taLnl)p int: cikesl withl a routnd tlil; prik ah will wills a folk, allln Iaku in 0 modurate oven for a qlualrtr of all |10111T. Liu?nx IthcceirT.--ihll, the rind of n large llonl Ol onit i ahrter of it pound of tna ruligur, lnd then crush it illto powder ; work to Itther half n pound of tine ilour, and three Oatlllcel of frestCh bultler; nllld the powdered u;nar, a1nd th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW THEY MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

1HOW THEY 1 A tr.tIED. Not many yours nrag theor lived in the quiet little village of ,tliltenanto:aia, a lovely little girl named S.t?an Magloani,. As 8usan grew shu bleclame very prepos sesiling in appearance, andl wlhen she attal;lll her Imaijortty, she hart Intly earld num eriou offers of marriage, all'of which she rejected. At last a seuart gentleman eanto along who hailed fromn Iliberni.t's h?cpitablo shores. IHe wooed and won t1whe hand of o?yrn, who vowed she would nehover love none but him. One afternoon as they were talkinlg It lover's walk inl the woods around Mitelhant:nia, Su:san said, " comei what lilay, she would al. low nlothing to come letween her and her Patrick, who was, site said, dearur t!ha gold and sweeter than honicy. Wihen they were taking their walk, Patrick said to Susan, \VWill you marry I." " Why do yo :ask no, wlhenn lou know that my heart is eut on it," replied the lovely lThe day for the tying of the nuptial knot was then tixid. AN thu timite approach...

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FIRE AT RINGWOOD. THE CLUB HOTEL, FURNITURE, AND STOCK TOTALLY DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

FIRE AT RINGWOOD. --:o: TIIEl OLUB IlO'TEL, FUIINITU'L' tI?, AND STOCK TOTALLY DISTRIIOYID. One of the ltIargot confllagrationtl that has over occurred in liingwoodl took place on Monday night, when tte (Club lhotal, owined by Mr. 11. O. lloyd, of Abbotafaord, and I,:tsed by Mr. Lindsay, was totally destroyed by hiro. Th fire originated in ono of the rooms at the rear of the bUildin;, about 10.30, and spreald with great rapidity from room to ruon.' he ho outburst of tho lrlane was so ildden that tho inmnatte wore almost panic strickcn, and it wea only with the greate?t dilliiulty that they wera ahle to ellfect their :icapo in the clothen in which they stood up ill, An soon as Mr. Lindsa;y saw the fl.rnes hn rushed into his bedrxom where he had plt his little girl, a chill two year.; of age.- or tenately the child hwil beetn safely roacted a few mlinutes proviosily by Constable Lawless and some others, who hdr taken her out through a window. Mr. Lindsay wani not aware of this, and Io...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BISCOE & CO. V. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

Bt0cSOE &f Co. V. CAN:tTlitll.'Iy Ilriscne and Co. hard wi:kelt tlrophy tcniin visited ('antlerllury on' inl y tur in, inst. ald Ithough t they 3 erie neirt'rtdd IIrIL iunings werle unmblh t, pr'olit ltherehy, as tlhey were all out for .18. lvaus hial byes beting tlhe only onl to get ilnto dInblte igurs. 'The i iinti.g \wais ve'ry fast, which, ctombind with tho ,traiglt trundling of U. and T. Fowler enna ed all Iho Irouble. lhi orimer gtbttioag 4I for 13, and the nlater 3 for l15. Canlterburv s?trllittd with rtl te two alovetllllulo howlers, nllld at onlt, comeoncllnllel wiping off the r iuns uattil 17 were on tll Ibord. when O. Fowler retired, chaln bowled for nine. Nortu1n took his plae(, and being in the vein, the ;It reinread to win was sooln p)it onnb itun then 'I few over were' mduol before ie' was ruin out. Smith, the next man, twas woll taught by longstohp, Arthur Allen kept s lup his wtioket, whlilst 20 were andded. his contribution heing three. Tii twvo lext Illoe ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Council. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondarta Council. A mcceting of tlhe above council was held at the Shire Ilall on Tulestiday. :.28 inslt., attellced by th e following ecoic il Iors :-OCr. licks (President) in tite .hacir. and Crs. Clay on, Day. Miling. SSwcletlna. 1l rimn. Dillon, and Vear. Tlhe correcsl o.dtnc'e coipl ris?ed:- A letter from the iclliee of 'T'itles. r, cpiiring tihe conseint of tih ceoncctil to I th alnimint of Ilhllce''.roand. Iti sl owni c•? phan prepiarte by IMess.irs. liru ford nmil lirancc. 'Tiiil' con'll unl i;nilltt w.ass lftl i t h handls of r ti' engineer te er ho dcal with. W1Yinl. llltlls wrlote to lihi council ctonl pclninilcg oi' It. wti ay in wlchi'ti thlie c(in. I rnetlo for Pi'op P elit Hfll i waas doing his 'wvorh. iit had dug up the t lhoroughgfar', ei'led rond imetal into the centre'. nd had made tlicl roiatd icll'iass?alh! for tratlic, and hadt left. it in that ioulithion. Aflter Sthe ietc letter h ellcin cn':tsaid at, consideiPr. able length. tCe imattelr wi i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. BOX HILL V. MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

S P ORTI N G. --:0: 1R I CK. E'L'. !lox CIIt.t, v. ftT It?.1. 'I'iis inntlh wls plnayed lat lox ]Till Inst S`nlrdny, a1nd restilted-in - tlrtlav, girently in Iv;r of the local clulb. - Iothli 13ams wore 3rape hand' s 11around tiheir left ilrln outl of respectt to Al r. P. W. (tnlltr, wllhose 1dtlI took pt0 ne the 3 wee10k before. W. M lender was Lhost n 1nptilin of the lox Hill. ilh d U. lader tilled at like posiliton for the visitors. The weather ecinllg very sultry. I and lMealer having won th til r toss,. decided to send( his opponents to the (leld. The lirst to reo pr'esent ltox .1 ill were Steele nr;ld 1(sey, and they glve anl exhibition ol' the gnle which has n1ever been 1 seen on the ground before compiling 111 ruis Ibefore at searaltion took pllce. Stcele rniteld magnifela'llly for 9 hlis sctonre enl. bracilng t1hirlwel 11,3s and3 three .'s, and113 he ltll'. Is be ctnsideirvtl on of tlo hbest junior cricke t'rs p1n11in3 in the district tit the pre:ent tit le. tnst',y, with ....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PHILOSOPHY IN A NUTSHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

PHILOSOPHY IN A NUT SHELL. -0- Act nlwnys no that the htmnrdiato motive of thy will may become ia univeral for all intolligent bcings. Thlie host practienl moral rule in never to do what at nan l tiln we should be a?hamled oI. Nover do anything concerning the rocti tudo of which you have a doubt. Tlhe best thing of all is to live like honent lmel, and to rhld somlething to the cause of liberality, justice, and trnth. Character i mliorail order enll through the nedliumn of an individual nature. You cannotl dreamn yourself into a chlar. neter; you imulst hILaLner and forgo youraelI II.n yourself. Ape lno greatness. l will ing to pass for what you are. A good far. thing is better tlhanit bad coverign. I insist on yourself. Never imilate. Trust tlhyneli. iivucry hlearb vibrates to that sprinlg. Ilo that respects hhnsll is Safe fromn others. Iie w\ear a coat of mail thllt 1none cani pierce. elf-respilect is the cornler 'tolne of nill virtue. Solf.reliance Is the best weapon to tight the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

MR. GEORGE NIGHT, (CORN DOTtOll.) (ES.\TAiiT.ISlE 18 55.) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, nMEbBOURNE. ?N08 leave to nequaint the eontry 0nul the Pulhlo thallt le elleetunlly renmoves Corns aold Ilnion wlithoutl ho |l h sltoot pain or ileoedin. Closnniti. Tlicrowin 'loi Nullsr , ud othller impuld tuuts tc th freeo uno of the folt relnovod. In all ecson 1Jslo fte nIcll?o l before OllNriIthig. ''O nTA:D:r±iS 17 Mlr. Rnllght's mnodo of troatnenl, is rcan, afiety. nod tllbohlt th1e leost Inlonvenlneen or pain. The Road to ruin Corns, '.orl . Binions nd Warts, in v-o I-eo ., 1 CIur` by uslng l{illiOt's Nlcr. ~., .o.thellhrleg bo ho teorn S n lotllo orn Cure. h r, . lier ilio O ii the l'? eit mor One Slll l g l iotq le 'jý. . 'ý r:, ` stil b Ie i . . i utyl toMnr.tu I t [ to BoIG le .a a llt n r ., 1 IhlBhl celmlnlt wr Ith Inr, r In twO or threne of hins tratmenict i ciylih" ith thetOe t' II Vo a tve Ir f rrInd n ain S Try It, It line no eqliu al"Ico++yo. ,--rl 4n n. 4 '+ optI? I l iiiiiil 10.i I, lllo ...

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[COPY OF LETTER.] Warrandyte, Jan 7th, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

Co01' O I.I;o TTJo.] \Warrandyte, Jan 7th, 1883. G. A. GoonwlN. Esq. Bir,-I regret very much that I used my influence to got you a seat in the B1ullue Council for this riding. Seeing the rate. payers are so dissatisliol with your nietion at the Council tablo; indeed, it seems to me, all your interest lies in the Doncaster riding. Your last Act at the Conucil table goes to prove it-to wit-giving a notice of motion to try to get a bridgo over the Coonong Creek. Enclosed is a petition from the rate. payers of this riding. I was asked by a nunt* lher of the ratepayers to tal: a part it, as all. the blame seems to rest on my shoulders for being the principal ratopayer for gettinlg you in the Council. I nlever have been mlloro tdis appointed in a mmatn than in you; remnembor. the promises you imado; have you fulfilled themn ? I am, yours, etc., W?o?iiA?mm IUTCIIImmONe.

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RINOWOOD V. BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

-l oIINOHoOD V. iiPA.t't.'iittN.r 11wruis inn. tpt was' playtud oni Sntutt'lny lust. bi~l\ ll W11 h I:IIIgcvo ),I and I1111rk. Ibur Uritw ttl Cilb i titt .Ili-neutito. find IlllncblnlFI, ,·IIIo rtor·oTlnld thle remnrkublolrl~ fonrt ol' tlialponill of the O' 7)8oile team forI~ one run, tr I\Ilst the` lunch (III Ill toted up ii uugtt'oocl, 1st inlnings,-H, Swclldlll, Steels, b Snecsiy. It; COnnpiutll, 1) tlttttlc. 1); lIt'. Sotonttttt, it $ttc'tsit,',0; 3IFi.'o~tb, is Sttt i 0, tI'ictrittg, 11 Stices. Sneesby, 1) ; MBiller, b 1clrlirk 1 ; cComblb II Sttt'eelty, i 0 t 'ttanis, tiot Oit, 0 ; Fick, tutu ekiutit ii t ifillitngs,-lttut'uy, it 1'tt'kt'tu itg. 1: , Ve e1t, 1 Pit'ket ttg, i t McLeilutti Ii ?Millcr, 1'; Mnlonutttb, e Ftrtuuis, b 'iwtuu'i ug", 12; ( tuttoit, o tutuutib, t 1.I totulig, 1 ; Skoueis, it Pitckert ig, r ; 1'litutittut, IiVti W'lluor. It); Ghnlnt it MclCottb, ) 'i 1ilirr. 2t;; Part, utot outt, .3, (;Itturi'r. Lu ltittriuug, 21,i S'iteeiuy, o M di i I, It Cautu pbei i...

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THE ROSE OF NUNAWADING. OR LIFE IN THE EASTERN SUBURDS. A TALE OF LOCAL INTEREST. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE "REPORTER.")CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

ROSE OF IKTNAWADING. on LIFI, IN THIE EASTERN SUIIUI1lS. -0 ·----C- -- A TALE OF LOCAL INTIEREST. (WItTts ImEenrusr.v tro.n Trn I IrPonRTE." Cn.trrr.n VI. In a tfw minutes more tho Inlies wore eaimtorltbly seated in the train, when Norton whislpercd into M.iss Pureell's ears, "mind you coIno to.lnorrow, tnd lot us get through this picture at once. There is little or no time to May Purcell put in her word just as the train was moving, and it was to the effect that it they could not prodnlco a much better pIiniting than those daubs, which were ex. hibited in Collin-street, they ought not to colmence the work. In tive more minutoe Box aHill ?as reached, and at 10.15 the ladies entered tkhir home, thoroughly donea p with the morning's.\allk. CuIsTrrn VII, During the afternoon, when the slisors wero sitting together in the drawing room, Mlay remirmotl to her sister that unnn recnn. sidlering the question, she had conic to the ,conclusion that she would not have anything to do with the pi...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

Comucil Advertiselment. - ('111nt11 OF NUNAWAD ING. Tenders will he received up to :1 p.m. 1n Molday, ihd Fobruary, at the Shire hbll, for the following works: Conltr:a lt.-.Forniation anil draining El. Lga:'-roa , ,,,th. Cti tl 2 :!1. Fl uation and culvert E11 CL?al;n:tl '.- -"a,itttaLiol and draining N!ihileburo-roul North. Contract 21.--1Famrtion and Culvertl Mliddleboro-road south. Contraet 2'.-Forming, draining, and levelling lhutllnd-rond, lox hIill. Contract 13.---100 culic yards mlnintenancee metal South Ilontudary-road. A deposit of ti per cent on amount of tenllder nust he enclceled, Planls aid Spteci:leations at Shire Hall. No lender necessarily accepted. (Uy order) J. II. TAYLOR, Box Hill, Shire Secretary. January 23rd, 1?O0. 511111E OF -NUNAWADING. rN accrdance with the provistf t?bltle• L law No. 5, the Council have ro place for the temporary custody of i?audcr: tig cattle and horses, near the Courthounse, Biox Ilill, and notice is hereby, given that thle hspector has ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890

BURTON AND KNOX IES'rAldISIEIl) 1832. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Higlhest Awards Melbourne Centennial and Adolaido Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the lato National Agricultural Society's Show. ,,,I'auggl liutbii ; Ggs, &o,, in stock und built to order. IlEPAIIlR AN)D RgINOVATING( (IUARIAN'TEI AIl WOIIK. DE)SIGNS SUIIM1TTED). S. SNOW, SADDLE & I ARNESS 1MAKE''Z White Horse' Road, Box.; Hill (OPPOSITsE TRAM TWIu\aI?1S), And at Surrey~ Hills and' Camberwell, (10, CARIIIIAGE, and BUGGY IHARINESS MADE TO ORDER,. COLLARS CAREFULLY FIT'T Ep. WHIPS, BRUS1HES, RUGS, &c. '77 Secondlhand ?arness Bought, or lExchanged for Now. JL ES'l\l IANDl S l RAINT STATION SjTUT'r, Box Hi.L.. `'ho Tlldies of ]ox 11111 and Surrounding Districts nra invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they - have on hand a Splendidl Assortment of PiTUNGC & SUMMIER MI.LLINERY IN THE NEWIEIST STYLES. Also, A Good Assortment of Lanliha' and C- hihlhrna' Und...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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