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CUP DAY. TUESDAY, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

CI~i' IIA\1, staiI I ith I 1nt C ltn, Iy,;e 2e, nIiii re n~it o i.tl rc I, I'tiidi, i litg i d or, Iliry lic. PuiI tirnI ::', I tL,,nII Iie~them, I- Ihige Ih lem 2'i." C Iih Th I. rl n 'II t:i~~ I, 00 I 'a lite mayl ii Wilt~ thus-Soith W ili m it. tsi, hak 1 liii: hIwri: I landi'ighi' ingirore, Ii erec 7t3i ofeigrhit in' ovur yeit firuiliiiigs.o

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

THE STAGE. The Melbourne playgoing public is never slow to acknowledge a " good thing " in matters historic, and hence there is little doubt that Mr. Alfred I)ampier's new venture at the Alexan dra Theatre will be a thorough success. Those who have beoon priveleged to read Messrs. Dampier rue (larnet Walch's adaptation of Rolf loldre wood's sensational novel - Robbery under Arms " speak of the drama as intensifying, and emphasizing the mental fascination oxe'rcisee by time book, while separating points of pecu liar brilliancy, electric sparke, so to speak, of dramatic power. The whole of the resources of the largo Alexandra stage-lerger than the Royal-will be called into requisition in this produc tion, and no less than forty characters figure in the cast. Paominent parts' are allotted to Mr. )ampier himself, Miss Lily Dampier, and Miss Kather ine Russell. The scenery comprises many Australian landscapes of ex treme- beauty, and the trained horses and' real mnail-coach are amongst t...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATER SUPPLY FOR BOX H[?]L AND MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

WAT.LR SUPPLY FOR BOX HELL AND MITCHAM. A dputat hion comnprising the nt ie, rsi of Ihl Ntlnal\?r ing Council ma.; inl|rodl et{d to the 1'.ldr1t" on We tie a la', iby Mr.-iohs Keys, IM.'., for the lr'pult :, of get'tinii a11 adltpuate watei r li p ly for Itox Iltll, Ihlak burn ail ,Mit 'ham. In itorodhtlin:it the tdrputation. ir. iKeys a|id hi abiout two yrer ago (he Nona waiding (''o nell.| d re: ve. l It pllr'll ,k and phldg}; from A1r. Nhinno, the tlwn Miui.ir Oif Inhlie tW'k, t. that a itreservoir wouihl hi i iirii at Milhoitn. The \Vatir Supply )' partm'nt now contendod Ihal thete" wt, nio r thet,'o.l tif uiolice of Such ii promlis?' hl\vill been I m de and n \',nt t fril l. Sto sa?y that it had not been I IIle, i otil withstanding thalt s.vrt l pt rsotll, t "et rd Mr. Nitnum make, thi pledgi. Tihe I)ep art Ielt InI w l?tited' I Ih t tlt, elevatiolt wi n tu iinot pmit of lit resorluiit eii I imaite ati Alitc.hm, and thit e parune t had tueo re fused to allow tlt, Countil to flo...

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

TIPS FOR AUTUMT N MEET TING. tol. Mln:,. lo, Well, I don't object to a spell at ilellark, and aits |'In io lon.ger a llbachelor there nr1 wor"so lives tia1n mile. Int11( change isn't to I despisled, andu I'mnt it a bit l'ry to have a look at W\iletr Carbine, and all lhe rest of lyl old chulnis now and then, ainld when io Aiintiot Meetingo is olin, I mullst own I like to revisit t'leminlg (onll, all11 live how lhe whto l revolves,. Ol1 yes, I 've hleard of th illo. ,Jinii..l White retiring. I Iknow its a l?ss to thu Astrsiliai turf, but leh's made ulp his mind to will an EIlnglislh Dierby, iand liso Lto show tihe folks lit Sliie hot( Atntralito s Iti i tf i lrain a ride, at hwe an'lt doble botih Towims, illi have Tont t'yton l nid lToln lolles here t nd ati i 1lle ii tt the ine lime ? iii \\'ht du yo1 u Cy? Hlow will Tom Hales liki 'i'atlinhalu c)rni?r? Yol'll 1see; when 1 Iilce has to ile woll, nod aIhtcil has to be taken, holll hllave a go iand wil,. What doit I thlilnk will win ? ...

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

FIRESIDE SPARKS. A Slip-pory Event.A launch. Baby.-A crying evil you only aggravate by putting down. Ships that "conm home " to us.-hlard. ships. - Barbor (to sleepy luman) : " Day ruint ir ? " Sleepy mian : " No; Jamaica." " I have been in a country," said a preacher, " where the handl of miian has never set a foot." " Geoigo dear, what kind of fruit in pro. duced by the electric light plant? " '' Elec. tric currents, of course.' Freddy II., whlien asked what lie iknew about London, described it as the plaeo fromi where we get news about the Irish ques. tion. A woman always soeenms to wear the largest hat she can findat night ; a man wants the largest hat-he can get in the morning. Genial customer (in cheap restaurant): " I the mutton broth good to-day ?" I ligh. toned waiter : " Don't know, sir'. I don't eat hah, sir'." Mrs. HIawkins: " Well, Mary, is myn bath ready ?" Mary : " Yes, mutm ; all but the hot water, muti." le : " So you thlik the missing link will never be found ? " S...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATER SUPPLY FOR THE EASTERN SUBURBS. Deputation to the Promier. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

WATER SUPPLY FOR THE EASTERN SUBURBS. Dopulation to thi Promior. Anio itlnenil deullttionll re prIcsntingil the residelnts of Iloroomilarra llhirt, Camber wll manl nurrey Ilills, wnirled upo hellI I'vollior yesterlday for (he purposo of bring ii iiiii ul r hi.t notice tll e uiat i sfatl inileory lnatlnre of lth water supply to those districtuls, es s chtilly dt ring 111. he 8llllnt erlnlll ' booths. u r. Dillon, of lthe I llorndarria shiro council, .read lhe lfollowlnin resoltiojtn past'd at 'a public! nll tilig ll lii I t erllilr well io lthl 17111 i nt. - "-That Ilh wat\er xupply it) l'lroollndrra ha rapidly beco, VIt worl'.ge ellch seasonlll , lllll tlilt tihe Water DIarll ncitlnt ble urged to Imak provision for it heltr supply iniitniei itlrl, lI d tll l noll hi ng l ho of tli 11l1 i11solhtlt lassuranllce of n sillCi'lll tand pi r n iiilient I :illp ply can Illnd (lh inllllso illUl widelsprtrad dis r;ltishfilion wi lic l l is l i 110lts allong the rlle pav'.'r of loro&lt...

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

BURTON AND KNOX ,'TAl ,l1I I I, I8982. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highest Awards Melbourne Centennial and Adelaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the lateo National Agricultural Society's Show. Carriages, Ihuggies, 1'lul tons, Gigs, &c., in stock andl built to order. IEP'AlllIS AND IUlENOVATINO. GUA.IANTi' Alh \\'W0111. DESIGNS SUllTIhCll), 8..SNO W, Y- , SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (01I'OSITI'E TIIAM ''IIIDIIN I'S), And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell,. (i1, CA.RIAGi"E, and BUGGY ,IARNESS MAIADE TO ORIllEIR. COLjLAiS CA1ElFULjiLjY FIl'1TTE D. W\IllVSP, RU11111S?llS, 1U1S, fie. 77 Secondl-hauind liarnu.ss lought, or 1xechanged for New. AU IbNH1:1Y AND DRiAPERlY 1.11IL ETtlihNT E .S'I'A II I.I l I M I.?NLT. STATION irt:T, I1 lox li .. The ladies of liox 11111 anud SHurromiulg Districts art invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they have on hand a Splendid Assoirtment of SPRING & 511; IEII MI111,1NFAU...

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

H)IREB BRIGAD1ES DEMYON S URATION. 11 Vkit~i1 0 1111Ž21ŽO iii 1)2.1 tfir hrgica lin tisii o1og 01it l scitiigt eju olli';,it-L~ )Ii' atlrlth 1)2)121, IViIi itit( NatK i na1111 ti.olintioL atic (121lit22)o2the iliar, (liit tlic lithe It tli'tc 222112)1.122121 111.22 iii 1)1222)1). 11 11)2 e11 )the two the, it. a Iat, distint (Iiia, 1lwhŽ1ic, I1if itht~ ot, 11)11)1ii (Ito g1od I VII 1,112 f 11)1the11 Iitigralc Iut" 1)112Žs of1( 2h1 r2ival ii Ieoia~tioua whMiln 012)1Ž2 11\e iti th iucl0tiii.iit (ro; Nwhh 1)001)"1,2 ilitihe Ilitt~rlwly 111), .1 ittlea21t, (wsi)-ohi))i.- rutiii lie 1t)liL with2 ilugli goodifor rell.V 212212 i .it t 1 iii) aj e of21 (ith 211 i i 10 6 11,2 121) 21)11 al e ,.t ; Ži n o t 2 eo 1)2) 2Ž itiŽ22ii thl 1)22102121212 01 \ irtiiiiior11Ž12 1)w1Ž think, theŽl liii 1Žtie)21 o 2) f 11122g thi t)11i2141t~ of11 I)he d1)12,2 i)) 2 1112W iI1)igul1., )1thoir plint in iim2 11222 1tor)2Ž121 to 1)12Žltf glilcpf 10)the)iit Intt filre btigaes 11-gŽ rule iit il t) I 'i uti) l 2 p...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Bulleen Council. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

COUNCIL NEWS. --0-- Bulleen Council. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. Present—Cr. Hunter, President, (in   the chair), and Crs. Meader, Sell, Lawford, Smith, Kent, Goodwin, Calder, and Andrews. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Government Statist, enclos-     ing a number of lists to be filled up and returned to the Government Statist. She secretary was instructed to supply   the information. From Constable Williamson, of War- andyte, calling attention to the danger- ous condition of a quarry hole near Joseph Natures, which was filled with a quantity of polluted water. The inspector recommended that the hole should be   drained, the expense of which would not be more than one pound. On the motion   of Crs. Goodwin and Kent, the council decided to drain the quarry hole. From Dr. Vaughan, stating that a   young woman, aged 23, had died at Don- caster from typhoid fever. Received. From the Victorian Eye and Ear In- s...

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

Government Advertisement. BULLEEN SHIRE. PROPOSED SEVERANCE OF AREA AND CON-   STITUTION OF A NEW SHIRE.     IN pursuance of the provisions of the Local Government Act 1874 (No. 506, sec. 46), the substance and prayer of a Peti- tion, in accordance with the 44th section of the said Act, which has been presented to His Excellency the Governor, are published, viz :— The petitioners purport to constitute a majority of the ratepayers in the portion of the Shire of Bulleen which is described in their petition, and they desire that the area so described may be severed from the Shire of Bulleen and constituted a new shire, under the name or title of "The Shire of Doncaster." Area described in petition: Commencing at a point on the Koonung Creek immediately at the north side of the Doncaster-road ; thence up that creek to the south-east corner of section seven, parish of Bulleen; thence east to the Mullum Mullum or Deep Creek ; thence up that creek to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 February 1890

WE regret to state that there is no improvement in the Bulleen Council. It is a difficult matter to understand why the members of this Council should waste their time month after month in personal recrimination, in- stead of attending to the business of the ratepayers. They are sent to the Council for this purpose, but instead of attending to the wants and require- ments of the ratepayers, they waste their time in calling each other names, and allowing the business to take care of itself. There seems to be no judg-   ment whatever displayed in managing the affairs of the Council. In fact, a lot of school boys would do it better. There is one thing certain, and that is—it could not be done worse. There can be no disputing the fact, that five of the Councillors, run this show—the the other four are merely nonentities. The minority in the Council comprises Crs. GOODWIN, SELL, LAWFORD, and MEADER, while the party that rules is the President (Cr. HUNTER,) and Crs. KENT, CALD...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 March 1890

)W. lilih lIrilxt .--Tilikrs will ) lhe reierivid up111 1. 1oon l To lir day, 13ltlh March, iimlleHid Io H'ecrultury, for 1) lll l lll, mlorL or Ir , of I llrdwoudl licket? FIVnce. Mobertl Sot(luo, IHU. j1OST, from 1)ianciLtr, SMA.IAlltlGlHT l. 1lAY 110 K4, briinlied av over 110 eair houldler, hlind fulluek whiit, unhoilod. Olio iouoldn rewoird. Apply,'Il'Uno llE ulll o o, or 7. Solbum UiChioibui.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 March 1890

HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. )lasting document--An iron will. " Colmullllding " Ililities -- A ship.i Th'Ie ils of the family "circlu" - Th w2edding-ring. - . Aiutherll ' ll 'gui e t lt for o11 t11 lotil fl'ti)llds IEveii dileri Iftrl,emens iisi now triced to a. milcrcoulll'oUl-" t11he worli of the s1ill." aij il' e. flS ' l i( g 10I; riersev er n I lll i 11i0i11c llave iiccucrlt faillure. I1 Inui (ii111lt l iniiiir10C cl li 4li ii fori iit re. reatlin. ill Variety it ch rtilitlg." not oglyi Ic S;0lsle it is v\ 'iiiil, butl Iiei'il Iile coLtIi111iol elt1or" ill o ii2 l liol l ilIIlln produc Ilnsitttellll tablete1s, an? dt01)(450 of p|erl'. 5, f1ar from duli y I1i111 hI ppinil l)i i tl1e ) I)'ll; Iio i - is1iiliiitii.l, litey r n cl ilssRtey o?el' toill e111ch for their pr)o1. l develo ie11,lt., 'J'Jhero c ll n1v'r be It ju qt anul t ue aw ld r ,ight 1eou life wh\r0 the elelt?2 l of hI Iatppine0 is igmnorId of cIthdknnelll , wll there l '12 11 n1) ll) 0l'' Ire l lolutp pliline wlihere a lilt o...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SONG OF THE CORN. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 March 1890

THE, IIUON(; O1" 'fI ll: ( OHN. I WWI matt e I1 (Ii eaten, And31(31 133t to Illii' d nk 'i'33o 133 thas'3e in 3 a 3333, Notl soauuhi iii i3 13133k. 1 033333 3333v 33 iii 1313'33333i . 11'3333 1331 ill i3 mi3111, A13 i3. limii it a3133 it 3(313;3 WI en 1333 through II ll 333 33.311. Make3 333e np into3 lan3ces, ]liit if jillto d31311k, I (('ill sl1a3333 11h3(33 instead33. Iii b1313a I' a3 se333313(, Th1w 313in3ke a fool. IMy st1'3e3g31h I'll e!33jl33o' If 3'3313'3, 133 stren3gth, If t3runk313, 1o eIstl3roy.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOINGS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 March 1890

DOINGS OF THE WEEK. An old 0n(1 inmiied Michael Malong was killed on the l.tlshiworth railwiy line on S?atulrdiy. A geolo:.,ical .5u'vey is ieing midle inii (ippdi ii'i Io t lie?ln'l)Oso of aiSClO {Inlininiil4 the mo(t likely 51.ots where Loll is to ibe lund. Ilop )piitini:- is in iiill swing in the lliniisdile district. Peter t)()'alhnglan, who shot lin( old aIInII llltllLed Ivicdis ait Kilnore Inst week, has lieeli tiouiniiittei fot trial iby the corollner's julry. The prisoner omode tie f tlhnwing confiession: " A1 u1an clme to iiy placehtiout two o'clckli thllis olo'illi liI ialu'roused InC by I'ernkllitg openll tle door iilld colllilig into the (0oo0l adjoiiing the place I was in lid. Wiihei .1 opened the door the ligi ht otf a hue froin the aliek yard sl one tI lou?l i the Iouise, ailnd I saw it man1ll IIn'iLr nie with a Iuife in his hand. I rushed hack to) my Ibedroom and got a ptistll (ld be(at, tlhe man back with it, \Vo had1 a scullie onutside and as, the lmlan l'cuised lt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLERICAL BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 March 1890

Couh'lic.i. IItl IAcK.--i tlie year U'-521I Martin iLuther laid asile t1e monks11 costIuIIIe, and lienieeforward dressed according to the fashion of the worll. 11o chose black clothest, aud conse lquntly ithe colour has Ibecoln the titshlioll of the clergy. His reason for choosing this colour was- tie l lectors of Saxony took an1111 interest in him, ani iiwi d lw the nll sellt n a piece of black cloth, being, a that tille th11 court falshion, iulnd because I uthre pro ferred it; so his scholars thoughlt it becaume tIemlll to wear the inellll colo0ur its their Imaster. F'rom tiohat tim black has been thil colour imo.stly worn by the clergy. RIALWAY h1ll1o.:--iumlloiIN. - low persoins hllaveilly Ity adeqtllte collnceptioll of till bridge-building thatl has taken place in connection witih ou0 railways. F'or oexample, thire are no fewer tlni (13 such erections ,n the line between Liverpool andl Manchester, and 270 between London and Jlirminughiam. On thell )over linu tihere are 1.11, an...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. ALENANDRA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 March 1890

BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS. ----0 -- A? LIt NItlA T iitiA'ri:. (Oi Saturd'y night, " Ilobbery UtYn1r Arms " was playnd for the first ti? u in lu.d bourne. The lhoiuse wai crowdedil ill every part. Thei audience wa a Inost entlhusiasti0 one, and jludlging from the1 i runIIds of ipl)llllluse which gireeted the actors n Ifroln tile to time, iimust have heartily enjolyed the vivid scenes which were no 1cluverly jLurtrlye1d for tIheir enlllll elllllt. IFont the rise of the (curtalin till it falls in thle fiail act the interest is llllailltin , tilld at tilllls tihe a diUen e ean(ln n? ItticIh xitelld it il i llln ernelt the pertol nS who are taking part in lthe adve?lu'ttans ca?reer of the clever inul dtring highnwnyanul Stiar light. The way in which the driama is ltonltetlll ttlle!Cts great cr'ldit pon the mtillnager. The paintinigs tind senelry' is aill that conlu l ib dlesired. 'L'Th? o who want Ito gain s?iole insight into ai bsh'langer's li'fe should lose no lime in going to see lRobbery...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. MONDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 March 1890

COUNCIL NEWS. .....o _- - Nunawacdi ug Cottlcil. M o.l),. . .l'Ill 1. IPres.il - ' 1r, Ilughton. 'Presidt-lI (in the clh;ir), a11l t'rs. Itmllings, l'Ar thllr, I'Ppperill, 'uolik, liihopl, .olurtun, IaIld Ellinlworllh. Ct l? ; " W: V, a N W: N('l:. Irom. thit' Shi'o o " A lor 'abh)inii, as fol l ows :--'l'h .arti.ill, il uo Ilul d p.lepo iiting of ligihtsoil inllI h slhire fr'oln the oily anl ' l nu rbl l lla l m nicilp:llilit's hlias lIcolii.e uvlt l t llllis:nlll to I \ I:ll'i.g ' IIIIIIberI ' lf the ratelpayers o'f his shire lthat our CuolnIIil 'ft,.l.s e l,, pllll dL to tlli; niliu.h h tli ite .s will prlevei thle nidSltlsil trliom uohller districts being bIrLought inll tlo11 shiri , ; butll thi+.s colliicl 'feels thatL to lhu vi aIny w'ighlt 11n1l be s.cl etssfill, (h,,rt,. lilist l.[It Snivtled Ilvtioll bly til tlil milhicipalllilies ultsith, the ilties and boroughs inilnedli altly i lroul nl M1elll ouriei. nIil, % itll this i.,loijecl ill virev, 1 li, r",'llu'.'eht'd to . sk ...

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East MELBOURNE V. 15 OF CANTERBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 March 1890

I' S?l .1 V:l.llll'llr l: V. 151 i:' U% r'n IIIIIIIi. ''The ilovo llathll was pIlayed on thlu 27tllh Felnbriuary, nl11. rcsultdil in a win for lastl Melbulrne1 by T1' runs. The following are the full scores : - lH;wr 'MI1r1i1iiNNl:-IST IN-lI. 1. .1,. W orrall, c lltal'boir, l 0. .nwler.. .12 Mclli\vrnI, C('lruchl, lh Maiulay 1. " IHitrry, v tovl, b Ilraxh r .. .. I20 I'lvnn, h Snll,,lhy , . .. .. !1 I'. lwii , hi Ihiixltr .. . . , H 11i . O V. l vle, not out .. .. .. -1: Allhssio, st. 1. lFowler, ',b Snesy .. 2 Malllling, It., Ib mles ' .. .. 2 1 AliIi( - y', l ilrun out . * I stil'lne I l V k oll, l O li v . e. . . ,, ; W hit,, h T rllinerl' , . ... I xtra.... 1 T. I'o\ir, , lynn, li Worrall .. I 0. Vowle'r, )l Mkllaineiery .. .. I She(m:,sb ,v, v White, I) loylo .. 35 irev lt, 1) W or l-I .. . 1 (1 I'trlner, c Alesr io, lh Mlllllllell y .. 7 ixonll, not llt.. .. .. . 3l 1.1l. Vowler, h lioyle .. 19 Croiuch, v Aliasio, 1) lioylo .. .. 1i Nou lln , rn (It . , , , , ) llarb1o)ur, o M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BABY FARMING AT HAWTHORN. THE ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 7 March 1890

BABY F1AR1TING AT HAW THORN. THIC ACU It I.." Oc LI THI'E (2011 t'L'. At thie Ilinwthorn curt, tin 'l'?nsdavy, Selina Davl)is, otherwise knowin as , linn Stlaney, was pl'cedl in, the prIisonerIi'i dock o(tn ih't'e sprnth? chargeiiigs of thild bllld.ionrent. Clio acused, Vhlo is i youmg iarriedi wom'nIni, setnlllneely :lt ylears of age, Iad bleen ,n reninud in the t 1l I bourne gaol iino tlihe 2.ith ult., al?n appeared lto feel l?lr' position olll11iewhlt keen1ly. She was trel'inirled by M r. I Mellor. Sub-inspc'tor Ilhnown said that the uproeeedigs were' brougll 1ndei' section 2:1 of the Crimninal Iaw nad IPranctic SUtil(e. lThe third charge in s only 1' ,preferredi thal morning. aInd he' therefore had to applyn for ia ntrlther re for in week, by wi lnch lI tin the police wou ld ie inn ia positlion o deal with the' three cases, I inl' inn.' i'ilsnl'nn Senior-constn1le (wenillIs wais s?Iiort Ilt the reqiest of the chairman (.Mr. West y). and sltatd nlthat in? snce h aiires tIof the n...

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