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BLACRBURN V. MITCHAM. CRUSHING DEFEAT OF BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 February 1890

tIhlttl- mlt .1, h, it IE tIl ) I.t I tll tII i' it I it l' e- li t ulltrl ' I| , \tutu ii iI~ tlh o in ttr ltivli h ( I|, i l llti t Il IT t Iill.lot l tlt i l'l Thli late~i'l was p1'~11layd nth gondo ii 'ithifrv . n eui n a i o ' t'huI, tll~l'k huzn kit . . . ..r \\iz z,; tht? t. , Il.'w i ', of) I,,uhi alI \. 1l11 \i l I~tll.l? Li~lI'I fully uh'v I, icmp ltly.?i(ll that thlesy ] nI i I,. r?.?, of nethe , \\i. ht h o the fhor'," lit, at? f, IIIIII' i~if';,ll?tl \. 'y p ir t I. lIu.IIn. . h I\... - it lilll tf 1. ni ti hi\. ll i Il.l:. L . Hil .hl i t llli' neuter the impresin that Vi thei a es tmtlh , h t Pitat , k the d ,,nt, ftltl'. T ltit ' (it it' h'tvf , it- I' i ), ctlu 'I iIpl-ti l bli, .%Iris 1i, ' il .: 1 i c,I l' Ilihlre IhtI·: Iiiil: i'' '",iil mli li fin''i 'lhiil , ] l \ bt''tingdi sm li el o h ' t hil:e ll t'il tt ' lt'itl lilil;+lltt 'i i I, 1111ll 1iI , ult i Mc~omb Alunil l Piii, 'lt imull tt Ii tilt "''""'" t 'ili : :t I " (''itll?'l? ''h:;'xvl llll, v~ut.?,, nit...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. HOPETOUN v. BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 February 1890

BPOR1TING. ---:o:-- II~on;trous v. ]Iux Ilhn.,, lj llst il rllilll the Il olu'Intil 1?,. tle) d tconlui~i?onit willh lin cloven ofl iIo~x IHiii chilh, onl tile gilnllllll of the InIt, ir. Af(ter i allo'stl, enljoyablelh gaimill the lloiloptUl Itemli iroved Ilihe, vit, i? lii rlluns. F, h'eI winnir, W%'. \Villints (11), Hlriitchanll (l'.l). Havc rthtIII1 (Ill). and \Vill;h (1.5) inot oul Vlt, le he lirhi. capalil storersl.'. ~oi" thelt oiltrl, ('list,' 11ot nul. \ith '27, iald Ilick 22. we~re the, only plii.yers to ir¢nlth dlouhle Iilill'e.-. Sti'iathian howl'hd wellI forl thie Iloplu n,liin irteurilll, Ii'lv wihckets for 21i rulins, niill doiig ilth hilt trick. Isaindsdslownll net re t, l'l hree for ?!l. Caw~ty howh d \with tgood ot, ilt forl.I~ox IHi.ial~lnpur. setven wI\iceltL l for .1111 Ilcc, iMUrphyi\, uslll (Iiarside secu~irled onle wic, ket cut, l. The, fllho\ iii?. iarel ili s?.orel? - V. \\W illianu. h t l o-i ? .. .. 11 I', .\, pinalll, h (?nse(y . . .. .. 0 WV. Straich ) ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS V. CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 February 1890

.\ 11112·l 8 '\) ''1 SIIll I'I.4 Il.l I.1 111.1W LL ('nII?n ?.l.n ,11 lo k I h nl:l? Il P'?,rr,?"Y Ilills lst :Sttrtilt , intl I'r'sultl'd ill it winl for th, I,.d bsi the, .l ll majtritill'iy to|" s ·+ven I'111t.%1'~ (1+ ' lll|' lll't\Vl'l 1IIItl \Ih'1' Ll .'+II~)II d I|U i, t h. st, s i. tlhi, ' ppo.iit'ts lnt lbit halndlhd tht, willow naul we, rt di..p,+.?td of t','r , W riii. II. . lil. ll . i..i.. . Il. , (I , i'ooks 1 ,i liS n i , ric' , I1, all by .slei n )Y " Ilti'l" 'ltt'h iI v'?'iy 1 I. I)..11. W iloin look lth houi. my h n. r I for,' Il Surirey\ I i11l?, taikin4 Iio 51................... 1: less? tIh111 selve-n \wicklsltl forl" iflll'l ruinis \lilst lth k ic'............ f ?l~~l'i..ll, ilil ]i\l l IIo ,I' T]hl, folh?vlow i ll'l ar he, sic r'es -: - 'tititI It ~ s I it~kii................. :1 I h, .1 ... il.o. ......... I . ttilso . .... .... ... I i'l . ..... ... ... ... 1:I l 'rh .t . ... ... ... 7 ., Vtilsoi ... ...... l I"................... ... (I li'ill t . . .. . .....

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANTERBURY V. NORWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 February 1890

'C.tS':Il1"11¥tV V. NoII?'OllI. 'Illi maitclh iiaS dliarted at liutrwood ou N a hu n h y Ibue , I hl vi h g lir ht l h 'ik , ,, C I n t e r . bury maIn?de a1 good shirt, T. lind (), Flelvr puhttini lup the rIspe?) tablto totl of t. I)forl'e I lttLerlll l t tilt o1n10 fltOlt th ll heg ide tlo sort.L slip, hii totil slng only 1h. li.lt ilr, lthle n I\t Ita , Ill lldit foui ouut !of tIt text hi, snd ts thlteh?tn helei hotw 'led, imaking rofl' lllllfll' .1 in h. 'o, afel.r llli II a% coupl| of singhes, mitt.jidged Ia leg lthitt. a ot ias \etll cIullglht tll , a kind of short leg. Plrihchard joinl T. Vl.owher, who had been makIng.'I rlll ll . f ely, pil'rInci pnil y yc uts, and n slig1ht addli - lio ,sis tllle to the totlt ulRen the lattir pilyed one?, h, so'ttls, ' l, baik to Ih s ?oter, nlud r?,tired w\ith ;?! to 'his credit, I,. Pow hl r, th e h le n t , r , c o n t ,,tl he d h im s e lf s it singles,, Iut itIrithliharl, it oinit for a lig hilt off Iobde tson, who , by the w\'ay, we, ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CYCLORAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 February 1890

'TIll, i lt le It l l \ u 'oo al t the ( 'h'aornin woas hllrgely patro'lied Idhilg tho w('k, not oilly |y .te? l boulnl folk Ind lountlr exc.l ionli.ta, tnt, by mn y l i.iltor. fvoil ith oiher iolonitt , Ito hll ii h I.the f1ne ot tehe wond edtiziy sig1ht has )1 rea. The 1pe1ial term. ,hared h\' tht mhllnai l'l to thu 'ty'olr,, hlllenht MaOcihl'y h1a.'e hieeii 1.0 ipfplee O dtlh . 1 it lh'eadti' nhbout 100l0l ntenthersql' havket nlt'lemti?, anlll at the iileet of ?t?h utollth ot the ,oelty Ithe tlme his been exte.itedt to thte end lof thit (11olnth.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. GEORGE'S HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 February 1890

iSt. Georig's Ihll wa~i crowded in eeriy pillrt onI Naturdayl) nlight to witlless the var'ied enteiznminIenl provided b,, o'llil l lrothersd . inl lh lhe . ]?11.'Ir lt th?, Kl?ingsl y I, lothr, ,lohn ,ollinii o a I l.'h'? .r l i1itler in patiolic ItuciL, the xerio-enniic oiigi Ii of I ittc EljI' IIIII n l t uh . clvIr l?lllsI. I nll i ll o"f Mu t r Zell ?lll' e.ll r all etliihed loud it lzisu.l . 'l'ihe scuund part onuiihted of ithI, eccx.i e ii oiev, lud hi|?,. which u.i, .u fu,.ly utut l liuthe, in puibtlic fuuv'or. In the secont parti of the conwely Irh. itiulte Mulrirai imadetu hii pornr ign thireo of itne 4ic uo11g, inetintiui the cvxi gieeii (tiou,] i)it MalriV Auo. Ito ux xx - cei\'ed i\\ tilh ii vl, xt? di uionl, l xl, ~'uttxiio f ? ux ul?uithri favor hifx ingI t h? in hi, t c, nh;:.ncx ha. iuail| .o t ue ha ,tgruu, foiixtei. 'I'hi pi,,¢ u ow ,,oes ",\itih |iuxit xii nsioost . InI ( ii it v l I 'er I'I eu'rt'int eomupltioi 00 lie iratecitd toiti hexluIy hluihtuir thoui , hou...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 February 1890

RECIPES. llol, (lu Ior l; u.- l,+ melo\1' (the Inlll(',i nnot s;ul t''hlon1L l fII 'i fC'io t , ili i ,1 Iii l. ? IliCl it silujitrl ly, i'll latl lii, carliillylv, 0 lmp it it ii piehce.Pof buttew, ldI?pape, andzL puzt it onl the' .pit. C ok for +illl hl r ti l i ha lf" II . II tioIIder'at*I, lilre, h tin?.nlitl:: toniitlxly. lillf" a ihour' b flori' :ur'l\ illp. iiiil1i it mI?il ih it l'iiivli. Si?tI olt t Pul it ill liiii,, p?iai:i h \iillh fri'id povtaii 't l, anid atl'v i iti h ii',ii le so a I i'i. ('.\lltu :il.-- IIoiil I a?, i: ? Ii' l ial C t li t tiiltiii , itii' Iit hil nati of th u hi ll to i tI C iii Iit loo a otlr . utiil t .LI ' l i i ni l I ti n Ilil IlI '. ulll r; llll hialf f it ililo It la i eti di+h, al't ill ull tiu'?t liut'ly itr. t'i' lt li, u.illhiiCn ulitilt utiplati' iu l 111 C d ml liluil Ill tuttil itilllllh i lll ini vi" sii iitli ltu'l . : 'n t oivl tl l hv : ' hti iu tui ni tllll th'tllliltuihi', u d OI til lh lt i Ii llh' l incly, .*+llllltlrr t+ IP +...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALEXANDRA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 February 1890

Flnl, I I\I.Iy'\Si ine'C'iil.\ i' Ii, I~r?|ll'l r/lilion~~l'\~'t,)":? ?ue o,?.d'l 11'|O lqllllA "lThie orh| A\ain.-.l I. Lh, hh hld ins til?lt p' lu 'lioi l i ll IlM lboluni i itt IIit A l Ixni-. I"tr h in iir oll 'ry nii.?h1 , In: n ,1 - i'eid nt th: l nlllu bcLcii , llllridil\ i llil.llgh, uIidereil l itin I thii h i till lead chi mn-ii ll'l {'.l .\ lglll)tI h.C l' l. ( i ,,,ll t ic iiJtIt Tl'her?, w?s as ery. Inrl ,e oattpstinnerll nutI ld ilth, nmost li\'v, ly iltereltl wa" ?:alakl in thI, develop. utent of the incidents, that form the phlt tn |ginlil to lnId|. Tllherl'e w ths'a·ho ~m b vytpathiv Ilunnlifet'3|l tover tiht st~lorrow attn. \\tonlgsO .of Ananes ('briton (.\lfr,,d litanlpil') it? of" cilt| nnld In101 thlan the usualR noise|.P nwn'lt tderliVedt fr'ontI the t'onl s' ?"of b:\al V ll t' (.uliat .?h' orto). Onet' of tiht, pr:ineipal. cn1gh~,ts of thi, Stl\,? \\ s thilt :lih .Millet tof .Mr. Iteginnt l ih| | ,do n I.:Pltintlun \\h1o pll?:st?,,es: I ,listintlytl Iood wi fU...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO TELL A GIRL'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

HOW TO TELL A GIRL'S AGE. Cirls of marriageablo ago do not like to tell how old they are, but you call find out by following the sub joinled instr'ictions. tlhe yo3ung llady doing tell figuring: Tell her to put down the numbiuer of tle month inl which 1she was born, then multiply it by two, titho to add 5, then to multi ply it by 50, tlien to add her ngp, then to suhtract (T5, thlln to add 115, then tell her to tell you the Itinount she hlls left. The two figures to the right will Loll 3you her ago, iiia tile remainder the limoitl of her birth. For ex laple, the luonlit is 822, slle is 22 yeiar.- old, and was born ill the eigth miioiiti (August). When' muisical pitchforks were first introduced, ai certainl precentor, think ing lie would like one, ordered 1an ldilnblurgh carrier to obtain one for hlim. lThe honest carrier, who never heard of any other pitchfork but that used in tiho lbalr-yard, purchased lon at leIit tell feet long. It was late on Hatlurday evening before lie caine h...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALEXANDRA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

Al.ANDl.A llli:ATlll. Tlhe World Against I ler will be put before thle play-goiig public for tile last tieo to nilght. 'To-mnorrow uight llubbery Under Arms is to be produced, and if thi stago ro preiHentition is up to the quality of thie ltory the produclion should be hit. The World Against l er alTorded Miss lily D)ampier ex collunt opiportunitles is Mluadg Carlton, atil Miso lathierinlliu Ilussll oarined much credit on tlie part of Jenny Clegg. Miss. .Julia Morton, Mis Wyndale. Miss Carriu Ililton, Mr. It. leode, Mr. A. llootlisnn, Mr. D)aii pier, Mr. Iaker, and other perfortmers gave valuablo assistance. Welcom Hl surpriso.-A clorgyimalli who left a notico:in Ilis pulpit to be read by the preacher who exchanged with himl neglected to denoto carefully a privaio postSeript, and lile conigregation wero surprised to licar hint winld lip with, "You will please colle to dlino with iueo at the violirage. - I ow i Flortliiuo w\as iail?.--Virs old yelitleitiinu : " Who in thatl haiiilsoi...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. THE STARS OF THE STAGE. THE CYCLORAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. 'till: s~l'AlS OFP 'rlI!, ~STAGE. ''ll: UCIc~o.ott.ur. ever, antith Ili' .undauce last weevk was in creased li it large otinber ofint jieroloiii l withl th in jtoianili iii ovemenet Sociejties' uelnion ar~e aagil to visniti' the get~m battte ofth lii ~iewiiimgd stritt excurion~iitst, the .1. ii. 'l'ilplpetoml'i State sclool, Malverni roal, Limlh-all..

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CHAMPION DAY. THURSDAY, MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

''Ii o'lwi$'AV, Ml~o mI; 'tii~v ll' bi 'l~l h rtl ag inI a e )t' Opelg)t to pitljt nue, httL if tithe M\lolltanil Mats1t, yet ito Ite Illtll'ltll'lI~. Thle Aultumnl I Illdii City) II'Ittrtt lely'.-nt he1e 111110t teo tile t2, :t.c it:1

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRINCESS' S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

'The (draLin of Two Nightsl in lo1i00 was re lliproducedl ill (ho Prilncess's Thealltre onl Hatili dllay evening lastll, in the prelseince of a largo u1nd appreciative audience. Theu stronigly emniotional siltuatiolns occurlrinig in this play wre iadmlnirablly worked out by Miss Aelhulillc 1and her isupporters. Als the Corsican wife of (erald Mlassey, MVisa Achiirchl, 0ippear' in enelle of a1 I lutraoter wbhich show her' to much better ladvantllaglie the light 111and soliCe whilat ccentric businessil olf her llprevious 1per forlllances here. i II1. l'dward aslls was well placed in thI e part iof lleiinidetli, and Mr. plins Phillips gave un agreeable r'p' sentl ion of thle pliosh0ed rascal, Captain W\'llarls tree. Mrl. Ileilaw, Mr. Rloyce, Mr. W. 1Forbes, Mlliss Clara Cowperll, Mliss Enmla (iwyline, 1and other lmerllltll of ia istrolng coIn. paylly als°sisted in ii thlloroughly u10ceosf-il per lorillance. \'o N ights ii i llome will be con tlhiled to.night fiill to-miorrow night.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPERA HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

Orl t. I hlits ,:. Alfred Collier's toiic opera, The utiilan of Mihia, was rev ived onl Satulirday evenring at the Opera Hlouse with nllch success. Miss ITrrce,as IDolly, sang well, ulid has iml pro'edil her personation since hIer last appear. ance in Ith chlaracter, iMr. llricy imade hifs cllsitmol?'y smlet;,cas P leter, anld all the mnitn hcrs of the company were entirely satistfac tory in their respect live parts. The Sultan of Mocha will Ibeo repeated to ighlit andl to morrow night, when the well Ireimelimbered Nemimises will libe produced for the fir.t time in Melbournei for manily years, and exlensive ,mrrangemn?tlts aire iei?cg m1ado to reinler the production attllroelive.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

LOCAL NEWS. n()u 4uldaiy Ilext nnivellsarly slelons will be Itreachedl in thu W\oodlhoulse (Ilove W\esleyanl Church by the 1ev. W. N. Ilroniilow. A high death rati , will in most cases be found to be the hcom1pi ion of defective ihouso accolmti daltion, ventilation, water supply, sowelage, or scavelngin?g. For instanlce, St. l'etrsbur,;, with a population of nearly i. million, and aI high death rate of 35-21 per thousand, is without newerage, alnl its wauter supply is take. freom the river Neva, more or less ?entaininatedl by percolatiolt from the sub-s"oil. Cairo, with ai death rate of 37 per thousandl, is suppliedl with water from the Nile,, having no sew,,?1, ititI tho secverage littering through the subsoil into the Nile above Ithe watet inltake. Viennalll, with it dealtth rat)e of 20":2 pee thousand, has all averaigdi of sixty lpeoplO ill ealtc house, or twice as l?ntiy its ill Paris, while thet rateable value of the tiou:wss ill Vitenna is oilty one sixth more tani that of tho...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEALTH OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

wealtli of the United Kingdom in lanld, cattle, rlilwiiay, lulblio workli, houses, nind furnitrllr, nIrlchiiidlinc's, bullion, Hhippillg, 1111l sundrlieC , vialltl Ait £?8,720,0()0,000 Sterllilng, vxcolds tllht of anly E(uroplclln SltIo, diis(1 i Just doublo that of Ilussin. iluit it is excteed! by tllhe orrLsIpoM?nlldi ligiuli for the United tilItrS--niellly, £I,?1.lt1!),00((1,000 storl ing. lor thlle lritisl imlpire, however, must bho alddd .l;1,'211,000,000 for lCanidia aind Austlrali, precikely c(IullnUtld 'on Oliiiilar teLIm, 111d a luat 1ii : .l1,500,11(0,000 for India nlld oll oir d(pondllenocies which cnlnot. bo lirecitoly coinitled, land which niay bo below the itllll i Thvoill. 'lio .tlio w lth of tlhe Ilritilh impiro lapparenltly R0lilds- at tlle truly granid toill of .1? 2,(l1000)),(000 sterling, which justiliea itho old exprlosH ion tatll tllis empir ii tile riolleatl itto ol thli faico of tlie oai'th. A Hloavy Smilolo.-Thlio editor of it corlain ilurioil'icl was rash i...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

MISSES BUTLER, COSTUMI.1 1S, Close to Cambnerwell Station. Fit anod Style iuaraznited. MISS S. W. L. COCHIRANTE, Teacher of Drawing and ltiinting in Oil and \\'ater-colorc, i 11EINRY S'ITIII',IT, AUIBURN (Near Auburn Railway Station). Terms .C 1 10s. per 12 lessons. The Auburn Fruit and Confec tionery Mart. AUBURlN ]ROAD SOUTH. A. (Gay, piopriotor. Fruit and confectionery of the Choicest quality always on hand, Fresh Vegetables every day. All kinds of Summuer Drinks. 11UBLIC 'NOTICE I I I The Australlan Medical l aslluto Ilan nogagli the 'iqnt$hitt SPECIALIST, Dr. KING, M.R.O.S. Etc. A s f chief lll 0.11l Omwler. 1I). EIN(I hasl etsioyrd ailt sac-elttliy 1h1irl. 1,t',etteo as it al~toci~xliet, lie i,+ it weOIIlre tit tire fall College of "}.LL O il if n Ill htt ly A ttli:c roe forstl genieOr si Po t lnos'r ili Vietri.t THo e obn o nstal ti i lot -n0ltt, inh to 2i L I Cte.m, nld iln ol 51ai1ng the sadllfhle s :rsieea of ai htighly lncSOlfl" Ivhlll1 thfios ,?cpwr to dilgaeosIll diseas...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. ARLINGTON v. GLENFERRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

SPORTING. -:0:--- UItilOK Ixf. T ilt .lAl' I iitll i " V. 8I1vVlliltl ii lp 80111 The a1ove 11101011 for i tewnd'1 iiiGull bwas o illdtd ll on haturdall y ala It l, (Io lei?frio iIland re'iulell il wil 8t ) for IIho Arligtonm by one II l?,it 01(d 1(: ultl. i;There wa it largo crowvd of lls p1potilerl of t club itpreso?b?l, but ll l ilt11 anly the sii l iorhit r of thi e (lto ,l. f1,rrlie illtla conducted hielvelTs ii i, most. unhleoming way i they. here l. .rfectly quic.t ulntl their own teant wor,) batting, but wt noon tu th 110pposing tamn 3101( in to bat, 1)11 111| Clolit) 15,lii~il(itelu Lil. Atqlbeh 1Ob, l~li thoy ll got dowtloI iehind tihl wiik' l lld as son las the bowler deliv'ed flhe ball indulgeId in till kit of ubj.cti.un?hh. lanluag. .. try nld putl t ill, hll ) a le ti llnl' their gla iid. ild ,l, they earried on I it extent hllIlt hlel thelil nll otl btee 1+ It 1policentull lll It theyI would have rushed Ib l41r-0l1d. It i0 a great dily tiles, cup lat'lle?il. tillliil ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXAMINATION OF POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

Ex...tiI.'rios or Powiu?s.-Thliose who incline to place a low estimate upon their own powers should re member, first of all, that they cannot judge correctly. No one knows him self sufliciently well to presume or to despair; and there is as much pro sumption in declaring that we ean do nothing as in boasting-tihat we can do everything. The truth is that we are happily not called upon to make any such analysis or decision at all. Cer tain duties appeal to us as ours, and we should take them up, lumbly and modestly, it is true, without arrogance or boast, yet firmly and cheerfully, in the contidenco that, if they belong to us, we shall acquire the requisite ability to perform them. One thing is certain-If we do not try, we shall never accomplish ; and, whether it is the schoolboy with a ditficult problem to solve, or the guilty man with a character to retrieve, if discouraging thoughts of self are allowed to palsy effort, failure must certainly ensue. Dox',r lbinl; vIoun owN .1uniE.--...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24. (Before Major Barthop, P.M., and Messrs. Bishop and Blanksby, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

BOX HILL POLICE COURT. Fitn.\v, Funmttn.ltV' 21, (Iloforo Major .lit'thop, P.M,1., intd Moss's. Blishop mnud lilankshy, Is.P.) As this was the first appoarance of Major lIarthop on th lienlch since his appointment to the district., Mr. Ogler staid ho had nmucth tplea sure oil bhlinlf of the ibar in oomplih menting his Worship upon being appointed to the district as chairman of the Iluech. 1to felt sure that his Worship would gain tiht good will and esteem of the gentlemen practis itg at the court in this district ns Ie haid domne in the plaeo whenre he had had como from. T'i experience heie had gained in other places would ho of great use to him. ,Major Iatrthop britefly aeknowledged the eompliment. lit hoped he would enjoy the samnto kindlmness from the legal prolession here as he had done in other places. Ile thmilked Mr. Ogier for the kindly mannter in which lie hatd referred to him, T'It':s.i\ssNii o TIuin In.\Iw.AV. Frederick l atgton,it a workinig ma n, was charged with trespa...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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