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BABY FARMING AT HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

BABY FARMING AT HAW THORN. A niow develoI pment took place il the sit tiulg of the Hllwthorn court on Tu'c:.iy in conliolotio with the third cilarge of child aallndonlowillt prllferrced ag1110 inst il young marrieod woiaun mined Selihi Davi,. 'The elirloge wos postlloned frol the lO urvolol 'Torlesdy for the purpose of il b'ii og tlh police to tracu the wlhereabotil of lrtainl" ptorsoI t o he alled las \ itllsseo , who wereo kIuwin to Ibe rkeeping out of th wayi. Oln of thesc rlsonl , to -t w loose a as referrod to in the colIfessiot l ndo Iby the acl'used at the tinlo of hier arrest, iwhwiht was as follows :- '-Accordiing to lil iadtVr'tisl'llrnt ahout Ilthr wooe hs ago, wailtllg sole 'rsn ooto adopt It talo child, I wrote to North Mci bour lupost oillie, a rli questell i theo ld Vt'rtllisel'lt, and stated It would adopt the chilh. Tic letter wtas aidheiloid to illiss tDay. Elizibeth.strelel, Post Ollie, North [,lboiurnu. I received it eplyl flront so person whose signaturelIlll I ...

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

oll'0routN V. Mirclihr. This match was played on Saturday last, and resulted in im draw in favor of thio ope. toaum. On winning the toss Mitehanm batted first, and compiled the score of 7.1, mainly through lthe steady batting of If. Pratt, who carried his lnt through the innings for 117 not out. Noneo of tlh rest of the tetnl wcre able to reach double figures. The Ilopotoun then went in for their inl nings, and at call of time had lost three wickets for 50 runs. It. Carsonl played a line dashing ntlle for 27 not out, antd was well backed up by W. Williams I, and E. Aspinlal 9, not out. (loth the not out enon sconeed to be at homeo at lho wickets, playing the bowling with case. The fliolding was not first-class on ont either sido, in.tfact, if thi I[opetolun hand fielded up ia little bettor the match would halve been easier to wiln. For the Ifopotoun, ldgoose, three wickets for 15, Carson three wickets for 2U, Tllompson two for nine, anld Williams two for II, carried off the bowling ...

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

lrllTcII.tl t. U..NTIIIlItIY. This tnatlch was played at Mitchali , and res.lted in tan easy will for thtu local taim, who defeated their opponllens by an ilingsllg iand ll(even rus. 111 Te, l ? hahi lllSkipper, win ning the toss, sent the visitors to the wickets, the lirothers fowlers appearing on their bo lallf against the bowling of \\. Titus and Swift, anol Titus at oice began to send those inlo Ione i uof Ih1l1, nll beilltg alblyneollnded by Swift, they nitOO haiid the baisnlani in trouble, land iin his second over Swift ou1 ceelhed in displacing . F'owhlr's wicket, land with his second ball ihniediately ifteor sent lis bllrother to eeop him comipany. After this it was merely ia procession to a1nd from the wickets the teaml being dismnissed for ti totial of :l. After it short resplit, Plrattai l Darwin took the creases for Mitlcham, bult Pr'att left al most innneidiately, being bowleld by 0. Flowler. 1-1-3- . l,l1,ellitlld wais next, buil failed to scoro before ho was bowled by...

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

AUTUMN SHOW. The attention of ladies i drnawn to ho th fot thllat (lO. II. 1)OUIIVY hats jlust opene) d his nlow ?easons goo00ds, ?ollnprisin g--l)rL'?ses, Millinery, Ulsters, Jackets, Flannels, huan. kets, Calicoes, Linens, Mon's and Boy's Clothing, etc., etc., etc. This is the biggest show over seeoon in ho district. Prices, as ovor--Iard to beot.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

CORK1ISPONI)I NCE. [I''e do nolt hold ohleslrves reslposible Jor opidnionu c.rpressed bU (rrespouuesdcnls.J TO THE EtIlTOR OF Till IIEMPORTER. Hi1,-Your. closing paragraph reporting on the sacred concert at lox 111ill, stands I chanco of being misconstrued. First you inll for a rellcationl on the choirs of llox Hill, wvhich I mn fully pcrsuaded they do nlot do. serve. it is admitted all round that our Oholir is not only ounicient and justly tlpprecii aetd, but it Is noted for their willhngness at any time to go far and near, exactly what the South Yarra choir so generously did' for the Ilox Hill WeVsloyan Hunday Sohool library. As regards the little more high-olass nmusli the capability of our choir is equal to satipfy the hiughclass taste of our COnl utunulity whenoover they dolom it wise to practico and produce the oxisting talent. 2und,--Youtr conolu?tilf ol?use aoottu rIttIIoru urIsivo in view vwof tlto, fat iutll tot fri(!lllH from H oule Ya·~rn oru vory kindllly mntheso of boo...

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

Walker and Howard, Plumbers, Gasfitters, and Electric Bell-hangers, C. NTlIniBIoy" 1~oAI, S?ullln." 11IL1,LS. TANKS, 1hATl1S, & Al., DESCI1IPTIONS OF IION\VORK. CONTIIArlTl TAI.EN. l]STIM.TIA (lIIVlIN. Ordler by Post Promptly Attended to. I'? NOTr TII; AnDDEISIS. New York Tailoring Company, it RKitE lR 1 \OA1D, lleg to intimatnt that they havu just openud a New Stock of Coatings, Tweeds, &c., for the XMAS SEASON. ulit,; mnde to order. lsest Style Fit tlunlnlted. W. LOllEIli, Managclr. J. SNEDDON & CO. UNION RIOAD), SURIH lIY lllT hS, On sale Furnishing & Iluilders' Irollnnogery ALL KIND'S OF TRItAIlsJIt:N'S TOOLS. MANTE?lPIECES, OVENS, (i rlATES, Ac. Lainpware, Iriliuslhvare, lIollow-wtare, &c. &o. MISS S. W. L. COCHRANE, Teacher of D)rawing and Painting in Oil and \Vater-colors, 0 IIlENRY STREET, AUBURN (Near Auburn ltailhny Station). Termus C 10s. per 12 lessons. The Auburn Fruit and Confec tionery Mart. AUBURN ROA1D SOUTII. A. Gray,...

Publication Title: Reporter
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COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. MONDAY, MARCH 17. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

COUNCIL NEWS. --o- Nulnawading Council. M,?xNt)y, 'IAltc) 17. Ilortlo , l 'pperill, Illutllty, Land .l ig?vwortlh. Co II II I(*I PI I)I I N t. From the .lI~nds and Sltu'rtSy .)rlm'l" Imeot, ilnforming th oounIl o ci thlat tll Crowni gl.ntl to the lloti'd of Lanld and \\orks and Shiro of Nutln d.ll.ig hId b(el forwalllrdd to Ih t t otllice )of titlln for registration and rotattion, I(eceiveod. lil'llltI'it II OCl lllrtlI tt' Il OIlllt 'I!l' (tILt . i L'' Drom Ihu .MLaldo,. Shir t Council, stat ililt I goIi Il rtlll Ige il t)l gil 'll lll11 ,ipl bodils wold hl. held in Ca11le mauItt, bon h) l5th ins10., an11d re(1es1(in1 thlle colni l to lappoilnt d lellatles. .It ecived. l?lrolt tile Sl lio of lIItouo1dl IraI. ii' formingllil thU cOlulil l that r(Li.. Swee?vInIn,i ll)yton, Di)lllon, i nlidt V tilr h dill ibtel alpinti 11ist tc1nunillic to confer with rot presnlihtivte from 11w Nunaiwiing clolncil ir.spolectig thle lsproposed ' orlts . Iio'ntdary.iontd, Sitild retttsting theo cou1nci ...

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ROBBERY AT MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

ROBBERY AT I4ITCHAM. A daring robbery was colmitteCd lat Mitchami on \Monduay. A uninbhr of 1arrow Ihwkers visited hant place oil Monday, and as they could not gut rid of their articles of comnmerce, they tooki iinto their 1heads to iIncireasU the day's takings by helping tihewnselves to it watch nrld chlin. 'IThere wero about half it dozen iil told, and whilo waiting on the platform for the deplar t'ro of tho train, one of the company pulled a cigar out of the mouth of a m111111 ainnaed StCele. Anlother tlne111 behind him and mado a grab at his watch ald chain. Ilo nuolo such IL tug na the chain that it Irokli, and he icted to Constable (ordlon, who, fiom inflormation 10 riceiv\ed, -found the guilty person il one of the hotlils in 1itchan, where lie was en11 to plant the watch under ai seat. Thu natio of the culprit, was Williinm 11ill, and ho wits blrought befor tho I Box Ilill Court on 'Tuoesday morning, when theo abovo fiacts wurlo licitued. lo was ro mnandd until to-day, wheln ...

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A MATRIMONIAL COMMISSION AND ITS RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

A iATRIlLONIAL COMMI?UVS SION AND ITS RESULT. At, the timo when Europens were not very Inmncrous in India, and such indi viduals as could not reconcile themselves to marrying the natives used to send it commnission to El:ng!nud llthat female for ii wife should be traunsmitted to the::m, a gentleman of propPerty in Blengal gave orders to his filcor i Eiinglaud to send him a young lady of gooud family, well eildated, and with L a tolerablle lshro of personal chal:r.s, promisinig to make lie?' his wife. The factor excected his coumlission to lithe best of his judgment ; but when the lady arriv ed inl India, by one of Ithose accidlents whlich, though very frequent, alllnot be lecoutllllte for, she failed in eaptlivlting thel helart of her expected husband, who received her with a cold tess almlost borderinlg oni aversion. Tihe lady scarcely seemed to notice it, for slot Was s liittlo inspired ns the gentleman. A few interviews convincedl thel thnat they were not made for each other, ntl...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Boroondara Extraordinary Election. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

Boroondara Extraordinary Election. 'li h ' election for it candidate to fill tho \acanllcy caused by the reisillnatlioll of Cr. 'I'u'ylor took placeo ye~terda:y, and resulted in the retiring council lor's brother being elected. 'he votes recorded wero-Taylor, 21:; Patter son 118 ; (iudd, 75.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] TO CORRESPONDENTS. (All correspondence for this column should be plainly written.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

.t 1I~l*IV 1LI .~lN'.1'S. (All corrl'0pontllh'lleh ( fol' thi cololmnl sloulld ho plainly w· ritten.) A. L., Illo 11i11.--o far as w e(1O underi' 011111d it, the fplrllgraphI you (i(' tsl 1 to inserlt nlabout . S. II. (wholsle. yonlnl givu inv full) io sen1t to u1(4 for Itu ill'1 tir.IIIIOI pIullrpose, lund and thertrrSford late u Ilust Beelineo to noticec it. Il1 lf Ih uhl estion hi it Loan ,lithe ott, tlto anzittwer is. Certainly out.llOL 00 elmlalot sIuIly' you otT'haIIItl wit.h1 It 11' Cilpo to11(0 It ('r1a n y ll 'ly -of it veI y 11(0. ferntu (2110(2 (dll l~ t lll(" b ltto 1'11T11 tr1(e 11te for liht d ifis ou0ht,011i1111et, to hliav.' begOIn arieh ir o I tOet 110 illtlltawful (1sto 111. ill 1 a,11If11111(r0h h4i' till A..i 11tride her o1 -ts little *ys ooo h11111~ (ll'lH lIL1 1(11') 11.3'C gu ' 1 110111. ltIIIIV'(flw I lo(e. A11111 tyou girot1 1 (I (1(0 infrmao 1o1ut titox tot~ Ilrllf llotttooil I14I11) ( l 1011111, I 1101(2(21' the young lady's ago, u1' llte particular irJ·. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENOCH ARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

ENOCH ARDENS. -0 It is doubtful if there is any one thing which is reported with greater regularity in the Press of America thlan the appearance of Enloch Ar dons." Five or six times eanc year some man retourns to the bosom of his family after ta rilling absence of from 10 to 10 years, and finds his faithful wifo wedded to another. According to the ,Xe' .lIgrk Tribune the past three months has been especially pro lilli of Enoch Ardens. They havoe been reported seemingly in half the States of the Union, vmarying from the M1aino mUan who has boon gone live years and got 10 dol. f onm the second husband to go away and stay anothor live, to thel Missouri man who had beeon away sinco the lirst you? of theo war and found that his wife had a second husband, and was challrod off the promisos by a strango dog, The last case reported was some two weeks ago, and was not far frol Torollto for Canada has her Enocl Ardons as well as the United States. This do linlqtlnt Canadian had been gone 10 y...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RESIGNATION OF MR. J. H. TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

RESIGNATION OF MR. J. H. TAYLOR. After two and a half years of faith ful service as the shire secretary of the Nunawading Council, Mir. Taylor has decided upon severing his con nection with the Council. His resig. nation was received at the meeting of the Council last Monday, and after several of the councillors had spoken in eulogistic terms of Mr. Taylor, the resignation was accepted with great regret. Since Mir. Taylor Ihas been con nected with the council ito has dis charged his duties in such an able and conscientious manner, that he has gained the respect and goodwill of all the councillors. 11i has proved him self to be a painstaking inud vigilant officer. In his spare time, which has been very rare, hie hias made it a con slant practice to read up and study the local Government Act, and it may be said with truth, that he hais every clause of that difficult and intricate measure at his. fingers' ends, and what is more, lie has also read all the deo cisions which have been giv...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EASTERN SUBURBS WATER SUPPLY. THE OFFICIAL SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

EASTERN SUBURBS WATER SUPPLY. --o--t.. (I'otml the Ililly 'ielehrp/h.) 1Th Water ilpIply It?,e artnitlt have noI w decideld upIon niarly lnil the delnils of tIh sulhreo .ly whiich wtnle'r faminesIII in( the elxlterll HIIIsuburbs lre II 1 Ito Y!eried. Water is to l lrollght dilrect fri.m lh Yn10 Yei.n I'eservoi " by It continuous main to Hrllly I ills, whrlt n tlilg'g reservoir will bo con ltructed. Ynii Yeni n is nlhut iiiO2 feoLt hove thio nell level, while the reservoir Lat uirlr Hills will ht allbout'i 10 feet, lid the i will, thlerefore, hI a fall of nettly 20I feel in the .1 miles alh llng which the itin will be inid ltween tlhe two places. 'lhis main will bo ria Preston. 'lo Plrestoln the water will Ibe ionivlyed ihl outgh 'w:i,,. pipes, auul from11 Pl'etshll i'r li l ielbelII to Sulrrey Ilills through 27in. pipes. llDoncastler, which is itift. ibovelo thl sea level, and, therefore, ot it higher ailtiloo ltha thit Hiurrey Ilills 1re servoir, will obtaini ilts supply bI y itH I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
'TWAS A FOUL CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

'TWAS A FOUL CON SPIRACY. A stranger entered a public house in ai northern town the other day, and after imbibiing a weak drink, he said to the proprietor + I want to wait here fw mintesllll for a m11an111 who borrowed som80 11mon11 ey of Ile.," 1ie was motioned to a chair, and whe an i hour lhad passed away, lie was asked- ' Are you a stranger hero ? " Yes, sil'." " )id you lend money to a stranger to you ? " ' I did."' " ilow much ?" " 'en shilliigs." " luimiih I Under what circuni stances ? " " lie said lhe had ta hill to pay and cotthldt't get into the bank. 11o gave mIn this cheque to lolt as security. Said ho'd mieet 1nc hero at eleven o'clock." " Aly friend, you have been bain boozl.'' "No I" " Yes, you havo. That is a very old dodge. The cheque is worthless, and you'll never seo the man again." " lhnt I can't believe that. 11l looked hoinost and talked straight." " So they all do. Sorry for you, but you must read the papers." "I say, I don't pretend to be awfuly smart, but I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL AMATEUR DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

BOX HILL AMATEUR DRA MATIC AND MUSICAL CLUB. -at------ A crowded house greeted thIo ttiei ers of itho iBox Ilill Amateur 1)ra matic and Musical ('Clua last W\ednes day night, bhlrch 1o, in the liecrea tion fHail, ]lx lhill, when 11. J. 11yron's original comedy (inl three acts), entitled o Old toldiers,," was played throughout it a very credit ablu mllnner. lor snlo weel:: palst those who were to take, part in tile comedy have beon carefully practising their various parts, and as the pitceo is ia heavy one, they had to det'voto all their enorgies upon their task ill order to become letter perfect. Great care had evidently heon he. stowed upon the stage dleematiolls, which we believo werlo oxecutedl by' Mr. II. Mulpas, who showed his artis tic tasto to advntangeo. The floral decorations were supplied by Mr. hAluliudle, andl looked very pretty wheol viewed from the centre of the hall. Mr. Otto Preuss, with his usu11al klindness, lent the draivwing rootlml fur. nitllro nit otlher orname...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

DIAY & b OUNTAlN VIN W 1.V'IrEW ~1 . Tenders are invited until -1 p.m., on the 0 1st inst., for leaso of about ,liV asures of above estate with excellent residence attached. Conditions at olico of undersigned. 11. 11. Stamp, 4 Prell'shbuildings, Collins&A;·Quee-sts IRONMONGERY ! IRONMONGERY! Startling A nnouncoment ! ].rEMOV\AI: INTO NEW 1'PREM ISES SSN EDON.ON & CO., J. UN I O N OA D, SUll EY 11 ILLS, 13E50 to thank the public for the Liberal Support hitherto accorded them and hope, by retailing the best of articles, to merit a continu ntce of the same. They will open in their NEW Pllh.R EM ISES,, On SATITRI)AY, STHZ MA.t O1 , (Tw'odoors higher up.) s' k lls been largely increased in There is illcope with the increasing howii, Os t-. deiusid. btoln,-as t,,e}?s fr people to run to LOett' liaiclhes i .haso cheaper and llttention ne shop. Illticles- is di'cte to Ovieis " t' ie " following Note the arles - J. SSNEDI)OSN , CO., UN ION-IOAI), SUlThEYi II! LbS. (Or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

BURTON AND KNOX ES"I'AlllS11 I 1 H2. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highost Awards Molbourno Contouniail and Adelaido Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the lato National Agricultural Socioty's Show. Callriagt's, .1 ;lugi'N, loi h'tlons, (fiig, ,&e., illn tock and intilt to ordert, Ilt'PAIIa AND I1IiNOVATI'N(. (IGtAllAN'T1,l All WOtIK. 1)I?*SI(ON S8 l TT111 I ,I"I'1). r I-------~---- - " SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (OPl'O)ITl' '1?1AM ''Ill'lIIMINUM), And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. lI(i, CA.\111iIA 'l, and I'Ui;\'V IIA,\INE~SS M hl .I) '.1'O OlillIl) . ('COLlAllA S CAlIl I"U hlY 1' I'T 'I' I). \\o',llt ' , IIn, US Io IlES, I 11?( g, , fr.. 77 Sccoud-lmad I Iu'n.es Iioug1ht, olr I'"xch1iuiguc fur New. IlLINIIN Y AND DlilAP'l?Itl S ES'AI 1,SllallIM lNT.[ BTATION lST'l:IrT, f1lx 1111.1.. ''llTe ladies of Ilox Hlill and -ilurroliludiog Itiatricts alre invite to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they htavi on h lll a Sple...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

Tlm, genialt rain which has boon do scndting in fertilising showers sinco Monday last, will Ib nowhero il the colony more welcolme, tmld will cause moro rojoicing lthn in the Eastern Suburbs. This is evidontly the tor mnination of the long and protractod drouglit of 1880-1)0, from wlioli the colony, and particularly the Eastorn Suburbs, has sufloroed so sovoroly whilo it lastod. The bush firos coimplotoly burnt up all thll grass, and whero thero was any food theor wis no water. But the inlhabi. tants were even in a worso condition than tioe stock. All tho tanks woro exhaustod, and in somo cases the ro sidents of 13ox Hlill did not know where to gut IL palo full ofwater. The tankus which conttined any woro so low, that the wator was unwholesonme and not lit to drink. Altogothor things wero as bad )as they coull pos* sibly bo. Wo are glad to say that the rain which has fallon during theu last fewL daiys, hits conphletely changed thie aspect of affairs. Vegetables, which. wero becoming...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 March 1890

LOCAL NEWS. At the meeting of the N\unawading Coun cil on Monday thie qutestion of allowing con ideration to persons who have expended money onil asphaltling calo ulp for discussion on t question raised by Mr. A. Serpell, who asked the Council to makO him some con sideration for the expeCose he had beUnI put to in asphalting the footlpath in front of his premises in Whlite Iorse-road. Thu Coun cil, after discussinlg his claim for a short time, came to the conclusion that his de manltd was a reasonable one, and, upon the motion of the President, seconded by Cr. Biihop, it was decided to make the cocees. sion asked for by Mr. lerpell. ThJere were certain conditions about this appreciation which the Council took ilto its consideration, viz., that Mr. Serpell had mad a numuber of imnprovemenllts which had been for the public henetlt, and in lion of thse tilhe council was of opinion that h had a right to lho con cession asked for. S'thould any other rate payer imanko similar demand, unle...

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