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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890
LOCAL iNEW3. -_:J: :- All bcing well, we Ilop to cnlarg, the Iteporleir next wek. ,We anLti:ipiateid doing so this week, initd ]l[:l imdelu iitci?nigem'vcntsl for io doinhig, ibt iLt the lilt mmiiieniiiti,, wvi were d isappoipted by , tlh iniigin'rs who were ixing the gn actice minod c.,vhiini . Th?,e men inale ia lisltiet promise to linisih, their work by ci clertaill hdlae, but as they havell llllt doie is we cannLIIot enlargo till next wcl:. W \e ali? Inv ti npologiso for t!hic wceek' ics.?. owing tho editor c hiio si rio isly in li.-piJ.;ld dir ing the lIat few dc)s. T'lhe member of the N1r rey lll:h Ir'am:itie, Chlt in conjunction with the hyriu .,r'pricc lParty intcul giving t Iencelit to Mfr. W, It. clord, ill thcce Iteir, ation Inli , il x lli:t, on the eveningl of thu t:hiril ofi Mar.'h. 'P1h petr foc?maice will bIe repatd l cgaiic ait Sdirey Iills oil the 7th March. A valuable anclitioni to the progress of Iox Ihill cihas reccntly hbe llladtl in the openingic of a neov hai...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890
'.Iiu petition which we publish in an other column calling upon Cr. G(oon wis to rasign hlis seat n:i one of the mcnlmbors for thl Warrandyto riding in tlle ]hillcc Council cannot li chlracterisod as a digniifid one. 'Tiho petition is evidently the outcome of malico, because the clharges which, it makes aiiinst Cr. ComuWIN have no foundation, in fact, the so-called conm plaints and griovainco being mere fig monts of the imagination. The petition accuses him inter aliai of using his influenco to got the Coun cil to make a bridge over the Koonong Crook, at Doncastcr. Even in this mattor the petition is in error, simply because the initiative in this matter has boon taken by the Nunawading Council, who intend to compel tho Bulloon Council to pay its sharo for tli orootion of this bridgo. Thin bo ing the case we fail to soe what Cr. GoonwIN 'has to do with it. If lhe weoro to riso and movo a motion to the offect that tho Council, of which he is a neomber,. tako no notice of the letter s...
[COPY OF PETITION.] [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890
[COPY OF PETITION.] To Mr. GEORGE A. GOODWIN, Councillor for the Warrandyte Riding, Shire of Bul- leen— &nbsp; &nbsp; Sir,—Your petitioners having heard, with &nbsp; regret, that since your election to the posi- tion of Councillor for the Warrandyte rid- ing of the Bulleen Shire, you have given but very little attention to the interests of this portion of the district, and find that you give no assistance whatever to the other members who so truly represent the riding. We, as ratepayers, have carefuly watched your actions in the Council from time to time, and find that they reflect no credit whatever on you as a candidate of Warran- dyte ; that, instead of being an assistance to your colleagues to carry out the duties for which you were elected, you have done your utmost to obstruct and retard the progress of business, as well as having joined a clique with whose tactics we have no sympathy, and by such means have lost all confidence in you as a representativ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR " REPORTER." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 January 1890
CORRESPONDENCE. &nbsp; &nbsp; [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR "REPORTER." &nbsp; SIR,—In your issue of the 3rd inst., you, in a sub-leader, refer to some of the proceedings of the Bulleen Shire Council, and in kindly terms also to myself, and I trust that from the op- portunity you have had of calmly look- ing on unbiased, you have been able to form an opinion, and that your judgment is not at fault when you say that I am thoughtful and painstaking, doing what I believe to be right." I thank you for the testimony that you vouchsafe to the ratepayers, and I would, in their interest, solicit your kind assistance to yet more fully ap- prise them of some matters concern- ing them as a body. The petition which it was sought to present in so umanly and unfair way has since been sent to me by post, and I ask you in respect to the ratepayers and my- self, and in your position of faithful recorder and publ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
BOX HILL GAS PRINTING WORKS, MAIN STREET, Opposito ]ox .Hill Hailwhay Station. Our Now Gas Engino Patented by CROSSLEY BROS., of1 Muanchester, lEgland, the latest manufactured and one of the best made. Our ITcw IGculole Rqyal Wluarfdalo Printing Maclchino .,-:-5. --. -, . This Machino contains all the latest improvements, and has not been made more than twelveo months by Payne. and Sons. With the above machinery we are now in a position to compete with the city, and as our offco is now well stocked with a largo and choice assortment of new type, mnado at the best foundries in. London and America, customers can rely upoi hlmang their work being turned out in the very best style, and at the lowest possible prices conuensurate with good workmauship. HandbiUs sad Posters mado a Speciality. Oui' now oklin?, g machine enables us to turn out Billheads and Circulars at such a rapid rate, and in such a supcrior style that we can defy competition in this line of trade. As we havo expended a l...
THE ROSE OF NUNAWADING. OR LIFE IN THE EASTERN SUBURBS. A TALE OF LOCAL INTEREST. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE "REPORTER." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
T 11 1 ROSE OF NUNAWADING. Oil L11"1: IN Till; EAST''1tN SU1(U41 i. -0 A 'TALL O1F L,OJCAL INTI,;I1EST. (ViT ]'4'ctXl. 44,4hy 2444 'r41t2 Itl:plrOrt:n."' M I'ssPurcell replied: ' 'Thnt is a (ui lln I. llill cai t at presentc decide. Asl It 111111 anll d I getitlhonni I do not s 1o what rig1ht to have to press I1(4 f14 ll-nu4jn4swer1. If you wre to con0" timll to r'.Sid in ll4 Il kbrll ', l ll4 I h ninlo b,'tt!r a :qui4i4nted 4wit.h yon, then I inight beo able to decide o41 w0ay or (he other in it ihort 4i4e ; Ibut 4i4 mbattelrs now sti4l2d1, it would be injudicious for 1ie0 tir to Illanswer you1 r te14.li. lioll ollne way\ or the other. So, please, Mr. Norton,.do nlot press ? n4 any f3'urther on theo sub:jec:t." " \VWell, you i4re certailnly a most deternlinedl womanll. I wouldll n care so mucll4 h for nll nll Ier i t the present tIillel if 4i4y l tillltl', trI4d1 144'414hap4 y44', did nut depen1l itO11ti' utn' reply. If you hate tre1 olvod upon your cot0lrs0 of a:t(lil4on, will y t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
1r I,~,cryg. Styi"y I lill. \TAý I";-A good (I C 1'v:I ServanIt, i aaylib--a.l (heo. 11. ltcccr:?i ,` ((I1NI .11 \II"V'N o( Lb4i SUI IItIY 1II~il, S 11I14:iliftIS, ti AS 6CIATM mill 1 1-44 st lirehi It rzieCtlioný l;;!l, ýý ?:rccy Illlls,, on tncstlay, tiro Ith iti't.t Ga ti psti, tleintbcrs arc coyriniltxl r;qbettost At to loo G. 1flcsviiIL, Prcsidcha.
FIRESIDE SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
FIRESTDE SPARKS, (tiu lt fO17lt'ne - Usio wi11.1;. Mill des---WjageC of factory tir(14. i?oiphol '; of (n ,e --I'i:';: figh( v, A ligh;rt trtnto -- A s~jift of wind. A 1 ,ialhe in'ocation---lct us siray,. The btsict poeol will -ihav - 1t? idyll itad"y Liemt - T'(w, iltt of vt7t(uIn tni on tdrh o i panale it t7t C lht 'll d?o.,r. ;A oall iiway:i feels put out w\!len lhe i i lal;ou in. \?'hellt ll c i loi le to thinl: of it. ,1a (ng tam , i.tn't tho lailrclria :; crcuhtnilL nii i.s-ladin t ? If a o.utnzy ma in ta(L tlld ilu Ialisle. wth t houIlct a critazy gi;rl b call ed i gil(a oY Anolderly aidin iant ; her pa to move' t the Il.l of Man, bh.liceitg t;he will uo't`Jy findl ait citter there who will ;olarcy hil . It a:ietnut time:? hls.-iit a il,:tty gil owas t C ltre (? tr h .loa t.hi:. It Iis dilli? i|t t:( ilt prl'o.'ve 1t 1,11 -am to1 of thod. old )-I?iahIOlato rewe.ies, It j cot-tdainly n wta-, of fl(irl to try to ndu-ate ?on. leo ple,. Thew.f t u' girls who study Imosio year aft...
ENGLISH BULLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
F:'lwGiL x 1 .1 BUL S. t''llh ' fi l tl I l ru:,l i nih'r. t tl 1 10 cr h 1 Ol'Opll " bil. ' Tuhe (Aiut a-it fell u tae .elululullyS 10t he 1)III ii'.p leo oi('l i' i i 1I\I i ii i R Il tI'tI tettY~i eid pipt.an 1, At tied: 4w/ut, ite it the 11e tein t, huitt~tctil-iu'tii-ie toi'ilIiei~tiutlhiepell;to Ittiitw 'ii t\ouledl to ý hve Ittf tno''-- iit oil .Ji illtlL ule l .i i, i il-, i' 1 t'\fu li lt!l Ii i ru ts tli of 111:11o ful I bu1I0t fotiiiii te ll t~le bable .4 t tioi i cav tutu qil ow.- ofj ithtu tile it.
COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3RD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
COUNCIL NEWS. --0 -- Nunawadhing Council, P1resent-Cr. .3ishop in the chaiir), and Crs. ?t['Arthuir, Cooke, Ilondley, Morton, .l'epperill, and EllingworthI. T'iic MAiXoTcs. Cr. lPopperill said ho did not under. stand that the Inuspector was to proso cuto the persons in Olurwood who had been found spreading night soil on their land' loe thought that they shanuld bo warned in this case. Cr. McArthur said tlhat if the Tnspei. tor did not prosecute ho would render himself liable to at prosecution for cot doing his duty. A motion was then passed conlli'lrming the minutes as read by the secretary. Co ii lsR I:S roN scu. From the wife the late Cr. Dyor, acknowledging the letter of condolence from the council. .It afforded ?I'rs. I)yer much pleasure to learn that her late husband was hold in such esteem by his fellow eonecillors. From itas II. Patterson, calling allen. lion to a nuisance existing in front of the house occupied by himt, viz., ii most abominable milad seething mass of cor rup...
EXPERT TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
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DEATH OF MR. GEORGE SIM, Sen. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
DEATH OF MR. GEORGE SIM, -Son. -o We rogrot hayving to record the death of Mir. (Geo. Sim, sen,, which occurred at his residence, Albion-load, lox Hlill, on Suixnday week last. iMr. Si was anll old colonist, hplviuig arrived in the colony about forty years ago. 1Ie has resided in thisi distt'ict nearly the whole of that ine. 'iThough MI"r. Si?u dlid not tako ani active interest in local politics, he-was always interested in the pro gresa of the d?istrict, and did what he could in his oivn privateond unassumning way to ad vance it. Ilis private lifo was of such ii nature thait it may boe truly said of him that ho wa~ the friend of all and I lie lenemy of loole." lue was kind and bIcnevolent in his manner, and took it delight il relieving distress and Ininistering words of kimiless to those who were less fortllllnte inI life'? struggle than ihe was. The good which he did was known to none nbt hil melf, and those upon whom he conferred hbuneluits. Having lbeuen ia ise and judiciouns In...
NEW COLLEGE, BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
NEW COLLEGE, BOX HILL, For n first-cllass gral(allr tlC'1ool three things are requitred, antd ol th out theml o collegilte institution call hope to be sIceess- - ful. The first es:intial is a 1ealthy locality, The second conelists in having it large, 1com modiOn ptll t lhytOllond Iand roIy land well venLtilated ulass rooms. The third, though - by nIo mlne1.ns least, is to lie foundn in well trained Sld skilful masters, who have been trained oi the proftsiotn in the 0samte way Its al lad is ught a trade. All tl above essentials i to tt succ1essful :school t'c, if wt l ll y, lL r ?(?fO t l )lft alf liL?,t t- . with 111the 1v ?o1"'11 ,0 x t1ŽIlll, \vhieh1 wast opelnled on Moldav by Mr. Stephensoll ttlll II.A. Mr. Stephensol, in selecting the site for his college, hlts displayed great tat and diserc tion. lhe has nIlltelldctl to securel the Imost eligible sight ill Ilx Ilill-right on the crest of it hill, whi(ch is , b let' tr knt?n a " Houtll lIhtlchellan." At all titmes this land is h...
ELASTIC TRACES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
IjLASTICL TRACijW3. I:'cl*ooe llo Iuirollu (hunt IL ,11'21volficiloe1 oLPt-IlIJII42I 10l 22(20~ ol h.lis'i (tI-ighI t 2(1221 eri'llb'tin i holt (ItIL )Y chijtll Ie 012(011ll 1220(022 IL22t2I2'(22( 1( IoCii;, i I.Ik ('2i1 12)' 112(2. lc1011 (21tl 21221' t'I(22llt"L of olit:Oil tll( 1(2202 (iI~l~, ·lI (if ((1.x nritX-ale- 1I( llll , 11(422(01 thu0 iii~iiif 112( 12221(222II~I:~ I il I iiy ofC11 1-1(120 l IloItirlil(. (ge (i it 1:11':;111221 (i ( 2222 2 i hiirlyi-i1 iii (122 (5(01 ill (lllie' tilitiii, iiiiih~ (lie etfert~i of[ lIe1 ehilpllige Ion keen ' liy~ eIsfne. 1) I 2(2ihiiiiiiilii i tlt ll I22i. 22(1th (('1:2 ill~ th ~e 12220(2 112212110 (((iicl 1IIo.ih I1~IIjl 222( 01( u-i (i-. 'h (1201 (i
EAST MITHCAM BRICK COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
EAST MiITHCOAI BRICK COMPANY. -- -:o:- A Imeeting of the shareholdters of tihe ';ast M itclain Brick (ompany \was.+ Ield on TuCesday to receive the report of at conm ittee previousily appointed to confer with the directors. Mr. WV. Meader, the chtlirmlan of the directors, occupied the chair. Thl property heIld by the last 3itcha* t Brick C'otmpiny wits sold to thet ,by East Suburban Property and Invest menit Complanyi Limited for £. 11,02i3, of which £2I,500 has been paid, leaving a balance of some £20,000, ,h1 :12 10s. of which is overdue. Ilhe remaciining £17,000 i,%, undelr the pro sent agreemeint, to be paid within four years, and to bear six per cent. interest. The conumittee reported that they had decided at their lirst meeting that the East Suburban Pro p!rty Ilnvestmentll Comlpiany Limitedl should be asked to reduce. the price for the lhtand by about 10 per cent., leaving £17,000 at six per cent. for four years to lie paid. FiThe vendors, however, declined to acede to this r...
AN AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
AN AUCTION SALE, An aucition iuale ? Are there. anoy tl i .oliLs the '? \'out o it be, worhl while for Mlrs. 'T'oodle.? to go? Not unhlis her pu,--- i long, I t geyo; for there iiare n con thin nhlbl otul chi'airs a:11 pot; :n, pants in there. They holonelld to ilt niiolionnive, and poleople ftuley Ile had so mllclh g;old that it raicu d ll' on everytlig, a old r lll nd Iltl :el 11om1thing out of ii houise like that. But I,--No, 1 do nht want tLa go in. There is something ghastly to no about such a hsale s that. \'u broItuglht nothing illto this wol'l, alld wi e can take nothing' out iof it, wt, ial -kn tli very woelll; ntt is there lilllo:ly who carl eilioulof h lblr tLhoi old ilI iigns 1d wolllln who are gone, t, lo vluae Some. thing ithat they ild, ani take it quliet l. away hel(iirolaOlilS, for love of thein? ITheire tis ilo.diy it Soolil I . There have lbeeo n ieverail of thesue iaulctions lately, anid even whent o1ni thinks of thil flinil otlue alot r wgillgs, it ee ard thatli...
SPORTING. CRICKET. BOX HILL V. BLACKBURN. GREAT VICTORY FOR BOX HILL BY 6 WICKETS AND 19 RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
SPORTING. S P0U T J N GC. ---:o:- - CilICKET. 13ox . ill. v. Ilh% c n,,;cn ur.'. GllIE.T VIO'TOlY FIOR 110X lIlt . lY "i WICKETS AND) lit ilIrS, This tmatch, which has been looked forward to for somee time, camte off on" Saturdny last, nt l1lackburn. Both clubs put very strong Ieams into the field, the most notieeanbl absentee being Payno, from the tox .hill C. C. Mleader eap inited the visitors. and S. Su eeshy filled a like position for the locals. The Itlaek bilrn skipper having won the toss de cided to go in himself, with Gunner for a partner. A fair stand was made, when (Glunner, after making 21, was run out. Shortly after this Sneeslhy was well caughi by Carson off Williams for 18. O'Keefo contributed 21 in a very taking manner, anltd SLCallnli played a very patient game for ). Tie innings closed for Sti. An unpleasant feiture of the pl ny was the objection lodged against the Ilox ill umpire, whieti. aafter half an hour's wrangling, ended in i new one being ap pointed. With a ...
FAMILY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
FAMILLY MLATTERS. Tlhere nll ! mn who, b' tilolg con suling only their own inclination, h'ic~s J'tn'it)Stoll) I'ldll, (lt''' Il. hIl( 11i Itt have to ogott' fthal11- t (t others ha1 1 lai tllI t.he auloIt defr'tncl 1 -e. T'ilersei 0a 11.hlimitW in patien(c,. To do t thinu and, whien needed, to (((('] II'li It't l t illil. 111 pdoi 0 it, to tll it for the deirt oll tIllllil'lit( O ho\nvlo thill I','b: $llll0t lalk of' t elVC not hil' i( 1 hl0 , 0l1 t dili't ehntlt, ifl Iciessarw,, noti despondingly, i ut eter, with stc brave hope-,ll this is grand ~Iesthil l',Illt Ofll 00 " 01 l' ilYO .t'I :ll0 (lftil' i11s1t VI 1(0\111th 1(1 1( 10(e li.t0 ihtVll~l( chamfters. Wa isll the \'reading of hooks t?ll colvetrinor llwth the Wisolt ofIt of all, bhoiucet 'notions, 0 od host ii 1 voto Iis boi1 sted in exeolt method ? It sutp plies the (o1(m of e(1 l ietic an1111 flue nishes sa with prude tee at the expos owe toll ol O loIt o fr (IIdIe, that of silecei is the one mo.it freutandy disro girded. T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
TrilE CASH IRONMONGER, CA?IE,'RWVELL -1OAi), CAMBERWELL (Late Curtis', Jeweller). W. G. ETHEREDGE (Late with Anderson and Str'ieklands, Prallhran), Begs tointinato to the residenuts of Cain borwell and surrounding districts that he opened a largo and well assorted stock of -BUILDERS' & IIOUSEHOLD ON MONGERY At ;?- LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Locks ahd Tinwaro Rlepaired, Keys Fitted, Scissors and Knives Sharpened. Box, Flat and Glossing Irons, Fancy lracket Tacks, Patent Picture Hooks, N.P. Safety Pins, Curtain Hooks and Rilngs sc., in great variety. Please Note the Address. TlE CASH IRONMONG IEE Camberwell eoad, Camberwel (Late Curtis', Jeweller.) Carpenters and Bullilders' Tools n Specialty. 5 E'lI CENT. DISCONT' FORl CASII. Solo Agent for Cooper's llain-Water Filter. Typhoid never known where used. 4 7/11hj90. One lundred & Fifteen Thousandl o 11,0,,000. 11,000 DorostTots., The largest Savings Iank in the Southern lIe osphtro Thrift brings happiness. thriftlessness mis...