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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
- 1 ' BURTON AND KNOX EN;TA1. ?115 IHE D 1 s?2. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highest Awards Melbourno Ccntennial and Adclaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late National .. ..-,,,Agricultural Society's Show. 1 he snkable, atnu 1,. uanv attainl to a goood poLsitiO . Gigs, ,e.. in Stock and built to order. 0eAoll.lM.Mz , il movin lhe h1lop 'of thlt coti t i ,le's r,'l,,t, , :ltI .:1' UAl tAN'.?,, ' .uALL \Woli . .'t the coumm ittee ilpplointted at I reI - :,.ill ih ., t• l l? l '?tin . to intqui lr in to tht stld;lll - U lM IT IIU D1 1 .11. 1 I.:1) . t t11' n mlll t ])IIIV 1111I )11 sat ---_______ - - -h- - SADDLE & HARNESS .MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (0o I'OSrE? 'rTIAM 'I'rutIImIN U). And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. GIG, CARRIIAGE,- and IDUGGY IIAlrNESS MA1)E TO OGlllDER. C'OLLARS CAREFULLY FITTED. WHIPS, IRU8ll11ES, lRUGS, ,fe. 77 Second-hand llh'ness Dlought, or Exchlanged for New. i LLINIIY AND DIRAPEIRY .ilI. STA l I.EI l ENl'P S...
LOCAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
A pretty girl writes, asking pity for the troubles of a pretty girl. She says it is a perfect nuisance to be pretty; perhaps she over estimnates; the trouble --a-ud herself. tier ideas are, at least, funny. She says:-An ugly girl can go anywhere or do aIlnthing, and no notice is taken of her ; but a pretty girl is watched every instant, and admiration from strangers does get to be such a bore. Of course, it's lnonlsense, but that doesn't alter the fact. lake a small illustration. An ugly girl holds out her railway ticket for the collector to take,. In doing so his hand slightly presses her own. Shte knows she isn't obwildering on sight, tail she calt ably regard the touch as aeeidenltal. Not so with the lpretty girl. Sithe is bound to conu strue such a thing as a flirtation adllvnce. And so she is compelled to repel it." The heatds of the "Water tSupply Depart Inent somllehow or other nlanage toI get parn graphs into the metropolitan papers which are entirely misleading. It was stat...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
MWiLn N9tntlering-eittlrwhkit stroots may 1be made to render good service if only a little more co1m101on sense were displayed by their owners. No one of course likes to see cattle or horses in the streets, lbut then there are vacnat blocks of land upon which the stock could graze with advantage if they were looked after by some re sponsible person. On tlhe vacant allotments in Surrey Hlills adl be tween that place and Canterbury there is a lot of unoccupied land, which is covered with long grass. If a lighted match were to fall by accident on tie grass at night, considerable damage would be done to the ad jacent properties, and perhaps loss of life might ensue. If the cattle were grazed on these vacant blocks they would eat down the herbage, which is a source of danger, and Iby so doing the wandering eattle would be rendering a great service to tile dis. trict. In order to arry out this idea all that has to be (done is for several owners of stock to club together, and pay a boy to ...
HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
HOUSEHOL.D MIATTERS. Ptit's O i:i er.--Olly prailice c(iln c en0ure snaece?s in oitil et iiail.ktn, but Ithe followinlg is a good m1) IItll 1:ilple o r!eceipt : Iheat twto' gisq witih ia dcesert spoonoiful of imill:, nil1 ndd it little c'hoppledl pll.ly, anild ipopper iland t ll to Itas . l'le Ilinllvouringll of tlhe dish IIiliy b varied l)by usIilng ilgrated che?e(i. or hiin. liui it bit of butlr thlle I elli oif i wlllInut into n ip rfl e?lly hchein i fl iil; pan, iui 1 soon 14 it. s nelte4,l, pm in the eggs. Sitir it gentllS to lprve.lt the otelet lclteling, ilnd u lllshia, Iho p:tL over the lir till i iit donii; when it it reIlady fold it oivier and slip it en to a ver'y hot plaute. Serve iiinniediiltely. iorTii'rii lPii:.-Tiie best i?lld of it inck of mIIIittion is the nicest mielat to uiie fior thi dishl. Thlwo abolliit two pIonllil, and trim Itho ichlp> nicely, 1)ul) sto'w thtiii with Ii little p'ppir 'nid llt ifor half anll hoiur; there shoul lonly bl)i jut enoughl \lwate...
SEEKING A FORTUNE IN THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
Idtl t1It l"," IIli\ Vi low It l l ll- o \\.'I it , tIi t, (ihortge .InulIs 1 went \\'e.4 to1 seek his itllunl ?" ".i 1; it year,"' the girl rplitd, with a blu't. " i Wasu ther lulyt]hi,; hetw'een V 1ou 1 1 (iorge ? I sntlitet i is , ' thought, I , li' 41 liond of iyo ." I I11 as,, pat' ' ' llt(] the' girl hid h]r face oil tho old mal's i'ho tlilr. " it i o nl.l ( ( it'mi rge, wh le he\'i went awnaly. that I would wait for h in t l '" y 'ea rs if n .cessar,' ." ,' I h ave i lhtttr troll him." " )h, papa," she oxel.d illtd , " dow . h , 110 ..... ha, hIl e Sal, tell me, whtlat di'?' hl sIay.i ? ",Itei wants twety i do lai-+ to gi t houl wi it." tiS 1,voa uN o 1-t1 [:t.l,.-- -ut ont' ltryi school tlacher hall been telling her scholn r:s 1bou0 t the sea mlso and tlheir peuli'aritites, intid to itcIn s the l a etitI upon their mi t) il st:0e , i,'iut ion' l thtitn upon the points shde 1u1l given. ;';,ve finally reacht' the ::tua id it', in the eorn , r. " \\'ell,. Johnny," );ho said, o ...
MARK TWAIN'S WOOING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
M1IARK TWAIN'S "WOOING. Mark 'Twnili, if ihe is not in the mo:al, will .tll the story of hi.s uii couriship illn i ninllU' wlorthy f llte griate' of livilngl humori ts. "W hin hO Ir st nill the hlay nho 'fterweds became his wife origin ai hImbl, n ial foi' oImIe uiis of his life h hiue hll I ten i pilot on tliih Mississ.ip i lI verI . 'hllti future .' 11rs. ('Ie:imes was ii womanIII I of lpos1iion ianlll forlltliue; hi'r father.i t s in jidlgei, nod dIoutiles:,. ix epcd " fimily " nutl sI?inl h nvt'l'r, heinn. ilit er?tld in his daghitIte, tool Iftcr li while propos?d?, huilt was riejeted. SW ell, li said to ithe lil, " I didin'l u ct,] heli,,e,.' o u'd ha,,', mlel , hilt I thought l'd t ry " After i "hilt, ho "fri" I ai i ni n . with the shiutln result, rain then r'emaudi ll with hik celebrateil drawl. " I thinik groat dluol m h? oie f oni Ihiiu if y,,i'd s til ' es : ' but i li:irl to blair'," A third tiie lie helt with bhutter fuortuine, aiiutl then ui1'te ti Ihe most ilitliell p...
CONFESSING THEIR FAULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
COWFESSINGC THEIR FAULTS. --o- (ii " II.1-x A:\l'imo u .) 1Mr'.i (hrim'iu? nl his wiH 'Ilro sitting to. et(,her, 1(1111 Ihly l0,ot to thlking about tli ni p arrie, lift l 1nd t heir past tru bleu until both of thentt g~r?,\\" quite symplathelti 1a,0) alffeectionate.. At Ilst M1lra. (Irimue su,.,,g.:eltld that it might htlp to Indllo Iil'ro:ah tlhe fire of lo\o idiai. l:'or hi15 parIt ho wvl, willing to m1 lak n i hlean breas., of it, but hl s.u; a,','d,. that p,,rhaps his wife hlnO h.tter bein. She thought for n munent, anhl this l t" lersatll ion nsu LL II l -- Mrs. (limet?'.-. \ll, thun, W\il limui, I i 11 w1illin t, to lknot'O ledti1 111111I 111 t wo1rt'-tmluored wouml in tih world 1." (I (turnij lIt nd lokin at1 h0r) --. louia, ithat's abot t.huonly titme you ever told theo stquo-toll truth in your lif I I" I l . (I (indimlul)tl .)-- i'.( rimes, that'l; I'eIr'etly outra?elit?. Yu ought to1 h' 1h? II ou of yoIs0111'." (i,-.--" I \ll, you know it's so. You havie Iiot tlhe worl t t...
TURPIN'S RIDE TO NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
TUR'PIN'S RIDE TO NEW YORK. Turpiin's ride to New York, says a i coltr lspon?l'l ntl of I 'eolnt lllllp l?rary, is;t l myth, though it is la:il oni the story olhil of Nilck, who in (107i is said to have rohltlbed ait sailor t (ulshltill ati tiot o'elotk in the morningiii, inilt to have riio i.n a Ia i blood ma atill the way to York, ' whorn,, ol'at atol niiolinig to the wanitls of ],is nte?,d anld Ihimsel'f, ho dr,,s.wed himself' in g;ay lothls, +trolled l( the h\owling; ireen, and thilr meetin.i the mU ayor, axsked hiimi the hour'. It Wa a. lii:aruter to eight o'clock. TIlhi? incitlent proliurled lr hint whaItol ol \\'ellhl' o ard tlydu i'll ed, "a Ih dib." T'lhatl onu ho;r'., echl have doile lthe jiourniiy in tihe titlo? wats n manif est i possibililty. In 1'411 tMr. ( lorgi ()ha iilde.onii wIttgeri'[l Ii thou mm:ld poulntmlt mhat lie woill ride two lhunmr'led miles. in ten htms, iand heli arciimpliished thlisto mditc in ?evetni lolloo, ton ilminutes nIid our lllseionsll but hle i...
NECESSITY AS A FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
NECESSITY AS A FORCE. I'hler i: no 0 w01 l r ovelt r etial to teltctes silt. '.l'htsantls of eIapalo i t11en and woimotn tte thii datt" sulttertig all the gen its they possess t rutst or dry rot, he clils t t ihe; o o Co orull'tiaby ireUlll stlanced in life as to Ibe ullltdr no1 tcomplltl siotl to I'eert themselves to dt?elotlp the good thalt wits " iornl inll then. I lnl ipoverty Cl?ninld thent for its own, a0itl tasto its well as attt.ihntmt eallatoel to eliminate the intellhetlut l gifts in titheir p-ssession, they might hnv. lisen 1,1(1n th topmlllost wavr of popunlhtlrtv to wealth a11( dtistictioln. Piaced therein ahvance, the itintelrest to ihaour wns tlneing: the intellectuatl field Ilay fallow for wanit of a necessity to ilmake it lprotnelive. Aim. bition taMl the Iloo of poptltur ath:anira? lton supplies, with soen minds, the necessary incentive to exertion, even wheti pecuninay rlesltk exercise Ino ill. Iluncet iin the samto direction. Prescott, the historian, was tI gentl...
MITCHAM V. SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
The above tealus met lat Saturday on the ground of tile latter, and iesulted ill an eaoy wiln for litlelhal by ive wickets and 1100 runs. 8cores:- litclanll 136 for live nickets, Surrey Hills t?. loader 15i not out, Bhtty "2i, Cronan 18, and T. Titus 18, batted best for 31itchaml; and Marsh w'ith 10, was top scorer for Surrtey lills. Moore and Swift divided the bowling for lMitcham, tak ing I1 for 1i6, and i for 13 respectively. The match between the lHawkshurn and the Camberwell C. C. was conclluded last Saturday after a three day's contest. The llawlksburn made in their that innings 211 rill., nud tile Camberwell only ',i, conse llOtClitl' thely had to follow on. They were Imore successful ill their second innfngs, ill which they made 100 runs. This left thola 1I:i behind their opponent's score, the llawlksburn winning the match ill one in nings with u.13 runs to spare. As tile Calln berwell have now been Icaten twice. thley .ao out of thile matches for Boyle and Scott's tlophy. I...
BOX HILL V. NORWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
oxh. 1[I.I· v. Nonwooi. 'I te folllowing Ihayera nie choseni to icpro ýiit tle fornmr clib in tie matlch to be Iiº: a t h1i11 u-tC Itod, .1. ('inary, I.. ~ A ~awcummA. 3 .'%umrlii, W\. 2ulunulu', I a'n nc, C1. lici. .1. Sltele, .i. '['oonm, amid \I. Williams. Tlie gamume to start aint o'clock .,huuiip. -
MESMERISM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
MESMERISM. Aln .ugust~a. Ie., 1bank ceasuhier recent. Iv told e10 aboulit a quler elxpeieneo. f'thero abne into the bank n seedy man with a wild look in his eyes, who aidl, " I ??ues 1'"1 talo that. money." " \hat laoiea ? " '" here's live hundred thoulannd dot. tars to my Lcredit here, ain't there? " The cashier thought heo was tal king with ait esclaped inuateo of the in~stitut tion across the river. ,+ I gu1isi you'vo Il:adle a nlistakc," said he. Then the visitor's eye begain to roll atrirngtly; Io rublted thelm with his uhand, nud i sIheeluish e.xpli'ou?i0n cme1io over his faice. " \hat---hiat's the iunater " he asked. - A imonomlt later it came oit that tho man had lben mleýlinteisiel, hald hIeei mnado to believo tnhat ho wi.as rich'I antd had recovered himself in ithe bank. lie was ils poor as poverty, ilt hall all the tseinsatlll of botug a milliouuire for abouttfive minutes.
A ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 February 1890
A ROMI1ANCE IN REAl, LIF.. Al eose of I tistttake itdentity, ivhltling Iltl lnnll Is of dramualie Ilerst lutliielllt to lmako thl foort toe of a sensat.'iional novel. has jlust occurrd in Switzerltdl. .L young ' ot'uplel, nail'ed :nvre, helongingl to the working clas.s had iived happily together for mime yearis at Net'lhlt'l, when the hushbae, a working maeon. 1 !:an t1o giv win'.y to halits of driuking. lforlts wero mnate to reilaim him, and he became tut abstatinier for a limle. onln, i1months agoII, hIowlever, ho )brlo?,e olt outi again aid left his home. IHis wife halu hoard nothing of himn for three 1o1ths, when otne Inight shel was nlkeied hy n voie ealling her repeatedly from ithe street otside, aud tl whicuh sihe Ifel sure was that of her hushand. She rose, dressed, and woent into the street, bit found no O110n . .' for. diys lftl'ltrwallhs sheo r''tlt an aeII outii in the wvaps:ll, l's of Smatin whon had.ootmnittod suicide on the railway ati a tsmall villago onea lblai. Fro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 February 1890
BOX IIILL G-AS PRINTING WORKS, MAIN STREET, Opposilo Ilox 11 ill Hail way Station. Our Now Gas Engino Patented by C hOS'-L41Y I1 08., o ul '11 ho te-r, l'nland, til)heIthed miainuiaetur.*d aind 0110 of the best iuide. Ouri Now Double ]Royal Wharfdlale Printing Machine c Y' I. :~ I' This Machino contains all t11h latest imlp1rovoellults, and has not beon mnadc mor1 than twolvo months by Payne and Sonus. With the above iuacehinery wo are niow iii n position to coiuipote with the city, and as our oflice is 1o0w well stocked with a large and choice assortment of niew type, made at the best foundries in London and America, customnors can rely upo10 hlaving their work being turned out in the very best stylo, and at the lowest possiblo prices eonnonisnratu with gapd worklitanship. Hfandbills end Postors made a Spooiality. Our now Golding snalhino onablos us to turn out JBillhoads and Circulars at such a rapid rate, anid in suoll a soperior style that we can defy competition in this lin0 of...
A BRIDAL PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 February 1890
*A ]3nlnke PaassrT.-Arclibishop Cranmnr had a nice whom ho married to a gentlemen ihi every way her equal, and the ceremony was solemnised with much pomp and splendour, the rest of the day being palsed in amuse ments and tihe receiving of presents, of which the Archihishop's was the most notable one, nnd which lIe con Scole i fron her view inder his robes. This both the brido and her newly mado husband were must impatient to see. The husband thought it mnust he somo grant of lands or employ. mont of honor, the wifo some rich diamond necldaco or other precious ornamont; but the Archbishop por sisted in concealing his present till they had both promised hint not-or to wear it at thle sanme time; and then then he pulled out-a fools cap I
OUR AWFUL FIGHTER. True Story of why he Joined Us and why He Loft Us. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 February 1890
* OUR AWFUL FIGHITER. True Story of why he Joined Us and why flo Loft Us. It having- become noisOd about that we were going to make a hci' back trip through a portion of the cattle conntrv, various individuals niiido op. plication for situntions. We noeded only a cook and a man to tako charge of the baggage, bnt the ipplicants kept coming, and the day before we left a chap appcared who introduced him colf as Awfnll Danai. " Look-a-hlere, fellers," hlo began in a business way, "' I want to be counted in on this. Indeed, it's a slight on inc that yon hadn't applied for ulv services. Yon'd lhave been in a party - pickle to have gone witrhout th1e undersigned." 'When asked to explain wihat pecu liar value his services mlighit hlave to us hle muttered a long whistle of sur prise and replied : " Well, you are innocents,nd no mistakol I ' Who's going to do your liglitimig for you 2 As the IniaIbuis were at peac. we didn't expect any trouib,' SLi O, yen dnii't 1i less inc, lint what desi', ...
SECURING AN AUDIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 February 1890
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BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. (Before Ellingworth (in the chair). and Bishop, Lovering, Captain Garside.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 February 1890
B3X~ II.flr POL.~:iCE b~COURT. iuttyiA, l"Olitt Tut 7. hinm. (lititwort (I.' iii n eti )ti. Jo hn'Amo(1 !Sti'. 2 1' l xit';' itllt ui oIbt'i 'xne I Ii'.ti:g I at Iur \ ill' i t111 \.~ t iiiot ix'tl ll)' It il: t ilt ~ ? It . I i' !tt ilt. on')\1 110~ Imbi January:1 c~:~iliLr, Co itbl iasto Iu e tIl iiitiltti fli t rit t nt pitto iO I tlluh ' i'ii lii uttL \·ii hi int.(hi 111tche iii thit I uluctic t h to pracet \\ttilc t ade nlitte t ttCttttttvoht';hc l [aIt' ollcittlt?, tnltl t itriti itt 1' u Ititt itt'~ l lInw lifrnt t'' l i . t it ';tti it.' n 'ii ei''ti;:lt cha1! rige l~, an lCl Ili 11aid hews a lle 01~ tot) Iitisit lot ig h~c~ct's. tain C~ll'Ax tof l imlt Th i t IItt. lin Iiiitlu Ii is i l itt linueU Itt'ttt.t hi ilic tttl~ (Itho u- hti i ttth' Wo it ciot jii bu'tve I titi nili Iouiti tuictŽVat, , tehi cilect ioi'r iiic lt tt'tts thitit lie w othl hut licti'J Ilii' Sjittit glut iii it ilotttcker, whtct'ttiito Itias (tie nit till d~rayc iii tue uit, said w Ilutt Itt Ilt iii'i h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 February 1890
Atli~~ .iGH"l'lll III1ds anlil~i HONS, .TT Flin-. C iimgittd, it redu~cd iitii. C.Lst ani (ti!. Ii;e po:tat I (iouting I ill nclin kIuawIg ii nnit l''ci~r~lI'!( tI:L g 1I i (a tnwn L lit ii laig iti I1t tu, I L it, t'i i. W tc, til, ichn ti 1. ki ng (1110. AI:I ilan ttm, Itrituriny Oit all:, vnt:ivtn, tlljIH ainjve Plund oni tlicy work I iiix-hk 11u,i' by ii' Taniiug fains Gluni'i'.- .-Awr.' iii:ar un a>to ttii to get I nii ldnliart.v in 'nJ:utavtishirt y Ti't liat irytc, to uui'liit ii! >:u. H:'in a Li a 11.Lii)OsttYn ofii ti. CIiiid, Lsi iie, tin puiltit hav iont ot-iuit.t
PROFESSIONAL PRECEDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 February 1890
Two ILianbs of the Law anlpoar on one side. At the Iox 111ill C ourt on l'ridav, lielore t11s5is Elliii'woith (in t1hu chair,) naid I ishop, C arnide, iiol floruring, l's .1. a nman niniid Wni. Iiiiigdon, wasa chrio ed writl iiocpa.s ing on thu railw~ay line at \litrlaiin. 'the dulufidant pluadud guilty, and excusci hlimillf 1' Hy l yili'' thliit Iii' wits iii irichl of w c oi k yI'h and went tliet'e witl the view ol gutting it. Mr. Mcl eaii said lie was instructud. Lo tppieiir oii heliall of thue Iuiltway Coiniiiissjoioici', tint stated his Casu. As soeii as liethal iesiiiried his sLat, MrI. Josle, a .barrister, who wore his wig and gown, i't.o and altlrevied thu I nuich. I11u said LI at thu wiiid had been takun out of lii sail; hy the ic matkr ; wlicll ]tna lluii friot his learned flijeid, Mr. McKeuii, Ilie had heeii sent there to watch the case on helialf of the Crown Sdlicitor. 1e pro duecd lila hriuf, aIId said lie hadl had all the theti ot the ease pldaud hefore I iii hy the C...