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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

VARIETIES. Georgo had boon proposed and Ileen alccopted. " Well," s?le said, I" can sing and play onil the piano and harp, can paint, and alt school 1. wIs up in li o lino arts anid lpolitLical economy and logic; and I crocheot beautifully, nlld play lawn tenlllis, and, and--that's laboue all, f think. Now tell me what are some of your accompllishmelnts, (Georgo." " I haven't ally. Not It single oneo " WOell,''" lO Mlild, with a sigh, " if the worst should come to thli worst, [ might Ie able to cook." - An Ittorllney onleo crl into coulirt lifter having Iucehe too Ifreely, when the jludge said to him, " Sir, I nou sorry to see you ill a sitilatiil whici is a disgrace to yourself alnd famllily, to the court, iand L to lIo l'poftssion to which you behlong l " 'This remark elicited the following collo lly---' Did yonr; honor apeak to me ? ." " f did, sir; I said thant illn lly opinion you disgraco yourself 111111 family, the court, and the profession by your course of conlduct. " h1Iy ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUMMER SALADS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

HNu?lMlea ,..u.,.-(1) i)iseolvo half at lea spoonful of white or brown stgari i t (able upoonful of plain vinegar, uadd three drops of tarragonl vilrigar, anti cyenn llland salt to laste. Ilreak lip a lettieo or enltdiv wiped very dry', landll ll IL aboult halt a te?nlspoontcll of choppd chives ; pour over the lcttuco a table.lslololftl of oil, andlll well mix it labout with ta woodlen spooun nnd fork; thenl sprile theil vinegar mixture over and turn all well about agnain. (larish with slices of cuemnm her elt thin, or raw tomatoes cut in quarters. (:) A fresh lettuco w;ashed adll wipod dry, lchopped tairriagolln or n11(. it few youIg O:ni )os or chlive, a11111 11htlf a elltlllllber. Put ilnto the nlaul bowl two tablllespoonfulls of oil, ta salttuIoo of salt, aI teasploonful of iPOpper, at (eslrtln'"tlIfll of castor-sutgar, all It dl. sertspoonful of vinogalr; thenti add the ch]i llIlitlillt or tlarrllagon and the unions; tlatsly, the lettuce broken upl into snall pieces, and iltir ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social Evening given by Mr. J. Serjeant. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

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Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOPETOUN v. EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

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Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BLACKBURN V. NORWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

Ii.\ClilUIIN V. N?uiuWOOni. 'Tho iliilatch betweenl the iiiove clibe 'aR ply:d il ol atur.liny Ist, Ilandl I'iulteild in a ihrw, thoiugh i Zititrentlllt)" in favor of the the Illickuiitlrnl, who cior'il 1.0 runl ngulinht 17 icoielI by N orioud folr live wickete. 'The followhi-g are the iore.- I ..c i.U IIN. (Iinll ir, e VW iai, Ii M tlls .. .. 1 P'ik, hit wh!t., Ii '. Maco .. .. 27 (ihlrl't', b el ..o .... .. 12 Mlintiiiaiai, c auid hI . i.Uw . .. 17 H. hl, t,+elly, a 13litli, Ii IiHarl'y1. . .. 1-I MiCcniiil, ,t. .11ace, b ltobiniin .. 1 I'?liy, lit. nlnd b lMace.. .. .. 0 Ve tlll hi , l ll, ?tic, L Ittoahiion .. 12I ,I. Hniecetby, Ib larry .. .. . 0 MI'I lti ili, nolOuit .. .. .. tk lci, b Ituijisjo ... . ... .. 10 iundriec .... .. .. .. i 'otli l .. .. .. 1.0 Nulnwoola. hMacu, I ?iccusby .. .. .. 1 lime, t Mlilllnllllll, b Sll{lecfiby .. .. 1I Hill, b Sltiec!?tby .. .. .. 2 Itiiiiiniio, hi l'irk.... .. ... .. . i (I. Mills, c Stceele, b Sliieceby .. 1l 1. M ilts, it o t .. .. .. ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONCAWTER v. SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

I,~oscvrtc alllll V. SI~IlI;I:l. 1111,1,8. IuellltchI i] it a;iaw, vcrv 111181 ill favor of I)ullcoalul e co Ca beillng 11 1111Cr: tI1(lIlI:Y" 111.1.8. I oi.............' f'ltl nr1 , 11 1111111'1 . II. V~eisu. Cr Iuyo, . bV o . . 1 HlIicsx, , b Cronll. 10 W. Wison, ) C' W iton 1 lalSih·, Ib (10111Il . 10 Mindl. b (Croni . .. Pilnllchr, hiti wv., b \Vfitiuha 0 flyc1 .Ii 117 1) NCASTR I. G;. Millen, run out 113· . ··Ij~ M. Cronin, b Wlsok, b0lwn.. I JI. Crolllil], c Steele!, I) Howell... 01 3f1y.ý, I FltchI c r 12. Ifl1lollli, b Fluthlelr .. .. .. ii WV. )I)titc], llt 1111 .. 11. 1111.1, lot 011 .. .. . '10111 ..1ikes . . '('utllI for 5 w\\ickets .. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Council. MONDAY, 24th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

COUNCIL NEWS. -o. Boroondara Council. ah.aA?la.v', Mi-aI. .ar'aa. ireose t--- r. I1itjli, lPre, sidlenlt, (ia the ehnlir), a. nau o. Claylon, .lirtiiai, I)illoai, Yeiur, M aliilg, J'iayloi', nil S\\'eellilllll Co lll lO ?aEono-t F, i'rom tlhe Ilnwtlhorl' Ctouncil, nslililg the assisinlllalee Ilia C00o-tp'erntitit if il the collll'il ll ilhe credi' llol of n deniht,~, r fat' tlie ih,,srllti'tjotl of iglihl-soil. l'rii' conclllil wasn invernhica to thecl-projctl, andII sllii .li ltl II' la ctn'flai i 'lhch'1 I he llrii tll lio hal'I tlt.ll,,ii h Oltl' 1 iltilr hll luj' ulllllllh itoo hehld nl ni eiiily dunle bllthieel| Ihe Iwo ilouill,'ils, so thlal Ihi' silject might n e FIr'imn . ''.Tnylui', Oolnmplailiiltag of tl"he ('Otlio laby the liawn tenlllai cluhl, of an tinigh lly ihl in t a lg o he I 'lo es'ivo , taill raqaleastl?g the coaealla lo lltie the alnlie a'ia ' ai ('all { l'. lrialij till Iile II otI liaang otllil hl'd gut ja r'ai'issilve o, ,l'lanylllaIa of Iho lanid froi thlo ou...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NUNAWADING CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

U*?UidAWADXNG CONTRACTS. TIh. following h.tter has lb?en. sent to ?ll'. II. 11. lIh ob?,ls, 'ontractL'or', inl r, ldy (o th t lti''? whiith ilpliali'rd in (Jir last. isseo hy M1 r. Al'( olb :-- .Shi'e ()lltos, Iox Ilill. .\lnrch 21sl, IND11. . .II. 11 . II. :It l:rt.5 Sir, .\di'ii'tihig to your'hl litlors of Ib,, 121h insl., re it, m's conlll'rnl s , i,. and 12, I ha vi' to infojil 300 that. only pase (our ooti'ait Z',o. S on Spring Valh,-reI':I, sublljct, to yoItur for'emlllnI hnIv :.i; lilhti'i's of i'xi'l iot i lill west. sido .of e',,ul inealy dressed. This lhe lpro lliis'l1l o hiiIv', doloil, liull fonll(l a fOew hIlY'. llrftl'rll iu l l s I hl t. it llll Ibelin iliioi in a veriy lperfiiitnlltory w111', iiid this. is whnlt I roqllll'lsl'td 'o(ll 1il' havo 'omn ilete, 11 1o mi ny iiiiitisfacitll 'iorin forillwai( 3oe ti"lii ?fo ie 11(v11 i tI u'o yI l lpltiii for il.ill 'llla ? illil Ihr i r I"1 If ((it , 1( 1111 ?1l 'IIlf t -(0 hl.ll llyll t it. lls Ialrst ilrlho lSll oh tho 51...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION. A incitilng with referenllc to [th form'ii. lion of a branch of the albovo association at Surrey Ilills, was held al tiho ollico of .Mr. C. iL'lI)owill, on \1ednesday, the 26th inst. !'respnl --Melasses. JoUlh . Murphy, S. Aspinall, V. II. Vttil, C. A. ,oines, P. l, Dutton, W. A. Stlrachan, C. i'. liodsoi, J. Siieddon, 'I. Fuller, alnd CU. SL'l)owall. ~lIr. , JlohI M[urphy was voted to the chair. It was resolved lhat. Mr. C. M. 1) uwiall 'llct in secr'lllry InIId Ireasllllrer Ipro icll. DI r. \\. I. Vail moved and Mr. ,. r,. lintton scOcond'dI, " 'l'hl it ii desirable to form aIt branch of the Australian Natives Association at Surrey llills." iarried. .It was resolved that aill present form themselves into ia committee, mid. that thely 1s0 every legitimioa iieans to bring (he movelllet to i? sullccessfull issue. Allprolilllilnary business being ended, the meeting adjourned till the tt Ii April. A. hndy vole of thllls to thoe chairmnll brought the proc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL BRICK COMPANY EMPLOYEES' PICNIC. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

BOX HILL BRICK COMPANY IMPLIOYEES' PICNIC. -1111-·-- A (1H1i;A'I' SUN'tCI: As w' prediecLd in our lahIt isNI)-- if _hio weathlr was IfavorallIlle--his oluting wa'ls i1 glre t , slg. 'l'ho o.lnIIit?to w\ent to wortk in a mnoslt con'si,,'lt thail all thILe Ih'tlils \w'111 lU'l'illilljl' i ' hto m t Ii a?l'til t aol'ty i't'lto. il l ver,' Ihilg tll tll inlhl bI lsluztlyd li Ihil* ilolar ien lt L iLI' lIolii n lil ifiL e il'ks ,, twil dillo , Alli l lllhe l dllil 8 1.hich Vii'i lre g?? lle li lll t llllll iill' IN IIlo L' klliiug of thi, idt l had r.eei'eI Ahi Illl\iliillli 1111' i i;?. Ij ' t;ill l' I 'llt' 111t'11 lI ' 1hhlg worWeL m t Sil mol'.? il yll.! il (i 8Ill L '13.' hIl'l '.i'i 81 ill .18'1 I' , i' hI'1' whlo areito |il u o n.' nll teld~lI'l't li l, ?th ,wll l:n wi'' tl tli lll, i' dit' Il y ll d in I' l il-ll hIt tigll tllheh llrtl oll' di thi,'ll'i 1, TIhe .site , let~hced oil which hi ,?pend II ll' , 8"11 i\':ll Li''l i i? i'lll'l'$i~ ll' ;1111' uiln e11 il y high IL' lI l ...

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

CRIC2HLOW &E BROWTN, thy:toalun~~ 1~· ltavce jlt'iur til I11 ]Wr.· D. B. BIRAYSHAY ofT NIo. 110ff ('olliiito Strcct. Jl elboiiiiio.· Ittis at Iiiuhdii('('tl IltOisi~t~iot 1 lios I fill, ; iriiz lo11\ 1 COiislti' d at, flit oIllitO New Yorkr Tailoring Compal~ny, Ncw Stockr of Coatnl~gs, Tweedsa, &o'., XMAS~ SEA:SON.. Thle Aubrnll Frit anti Confoc tioncry ]Earnt. A. (h'aiv,' lIiipr"ictoi'. Fi'iiuit tol coisfc~ct-iotici' of thle ( Itoictust qoalilty n1l~'tiys oat laiiid. A~ll laiiida of1 Sitiiitiici I.)ritiloi. J. NOJ13INSON, t loo; h Ilntilt 1w p5 hue fr. p~urls (ti1pt. titu Ill~ tIc! Ailtllcs, text t Ialast Ozlee·~. 1vUILhJ h'OTIUIE I II- Thoe Atttaslnlini~ lollical I lsistltito SI'EOI&LIST, Dr. KING, M.R.O.S. Etc. AR lbR l() 5llld OIIIC AIoyoi Cidiogo of tI~YOIrgooto, Jiit'OJsIi tisllittiat rogloronitgIri ynnl Iw'rtteiiiisat is \'ioiorlio. 1in oi,(ioioiii Ilit vaisabittoo erviso of iIgitirl' nccsoitrl'iaittd JC[EI)lCATb CLA,.IIIVOY.INT ~,ltooar iloior Itt tli...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 21. (Before Major Barthop, P.M., and Messrs. Ellingworth, Garside, Lovering, and Bishop,J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FilltAY. , ?.lIt011 21. (Ileforo Tlajor Ilrtlhop, P.M., and 'lassrs. IEllingworthl, .arsidl, Lovoring, and lBishop, J'sL'.) Smith v. SMith. "Mr. Turken applied for it rllunlnd owing to thLi ill ness of his client, nid the case was accordingly tadjotlrlled till the 18th April. INss Urh'O 1,:u.viatuiU. John A'(llono andl Thomas Titus were broulghit up on i clla'ge of il. ititing behaviour. They were ouch lined 20s., or seven days. ] )it-osolIstI.v. CON oCTr. Henry lSherlock, Wit. Cronin, Ernost ihuggins, alnd Edw'ard Cure ings were charged with insulting be. hatviour, aIt Mitchit, on the 18th March. hIuggins andt Sherlock wo'o so drink that the Iench comtmitted thelt to prison till the rising of tie court. Ielolly Sherlook, in addition to Ito ing drunk, had Ia black eye, uid was cut about the Iiace. The defeindants wero defelnded by iMr. Stlphen, who set up the plea that his clients were tnot guilty. The evidenetu for the prosecutioni was to thile ellbet that th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. CANTERBURY v. PALMERSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

SPOR TING. --- :0:- CICtK: T. CANT\:lllnllvY V. Pil)lli iTrN". Canilrhillliy visited Alhbert llrk latst Sattr'. dty and felt the novelly of the sitlli mo. Oni Ilth i' ownl ron'tlllll h y nve \' illiiilih,.I S:pace in whilch to play theltr matlchei, Iant nI ritalt ittralhions. At Albert I'm-k, Ite vpce in also unlimit tt, lit so itre the i filraiug , I10 to 15 ilmatc hes g ing oil It the tlui illl tinlul,'miii the otititllers mixed et itllwn glorin.ts con-i fusinoi h-squa' leg land leg 1ilt. over ponlt lid llid on, long Stop li am 1 thih'l litan of di'l.erelln t ut ItP ai to etnl pare tl ? to their respeltive ch?IiIucpu of ui(ice, lod in tl:w\''otln, youngsters having ia prti'iisna h ltitite, foothallin' getting into condition, iellu be ing phat thri gh Ith ir 'fa.itgl , ald tllu gee.ral publil Stroll|lilng s out ill Le, less de isi. regard of dllllanger fromlll theo lir'ul flying i 6Aill4, which tlid u I ll mIntiItmt.ti get mixed up antld Ii hllluatil by cciidenlt the wrouitg one tr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYMPATHETIC MRS. DOBBS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

SSY1MIPATHETIC lYIRS. DOBBS. -:o: If we wcro called upon to describe M\rs. Dobbs, we shouhl, without hlsi tation, call her a sympathising woiman. Nobody was troubled with any munnldy she had not sulffered. She knowlall all about it by experience, and could sympathise with theml from the bottom of her heart. 1oIb Tnllrnor Was a wag, and when one day lhe saw Mrs. Dobbs coming along the road towards his house, Ilh know, in the absence of his wife, that lhe should be called uponl to cutertain her, so he resolved to play a little on the good woman's abundanlt store of sympathy, ITastily procuring a large blanket, he wrapiped hintrelf 1up in it, aUd threw himself on a sofa. " Why, good gracious ! Mr. Turner, are you ill ? " asked Mrs. Dobbs as she saw his position. "(h, dreadful ly," groanued the imaginary invalid. " \'hat's tihe matter? " " Oh. a great many things. First and foremost, 1'ye got congestionl of the brain." " That's dreadftl," sighed Mrs. obblls. '.1 caie11 pretty lea' dying...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRUELTY TO A CAT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

CRUELTY TO A CAT. At the Ilox Ilill Court oil Fr'idaly, belforu Major lhUrthlop, .\M., and Messrs. Ellingworth, lishop, Love ring, and (narside. J.1'.P., John W\alslh, Alfred Walsh, Edgar \oestcott, tl, dgar A:pinahll, Andrew ,Johnson, and (leo. Padghiant were charged with un|law Iully sett1ing a dog to worry it cat1, o01 thie 17th Februllary, atl Box hill. 'The prisoners were undefended, and tihe case for tile prosecution was cond1t1ted by Senior-constable Illoyd. Jlohll lId Alfred W\alsh anId Eldgar \Westeott pleaded guilty to tlhe charge, land wer'e 'removed Ia short distance front tile others;, who pleaded not guilty. Senior-constable .ILloyd, in opening the case, said the delbladints were found on the evening of the 17th clrlullnry a1bout nine o'clock, near It dry waterhole, it short distance from Station-street, ill ]lox lhill, where thley were seen to be unllawfully en gaged in the p1astium of setting Ia dog on to worrLy Ia at. T'Ihey were noticed by a witlutnes l whom h1e wo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

II; ititi tilt --'F1li i'i).lit''l·· )ltttltt )il .MIiiii II Ittttltt·t, y iiih ut It~ititit clli.tii l nit, i lit'\.1 till~ll'lt iiitd'~1itttii lit ii illll tl~.tiiiiit1li'ttiiitl Vetutut·III U~ll~~ t11lll'tt'. 1111 1 (1 II(I1III1 1L) 11 1)1.1('I.(~il~llultI11 hItIS.))1I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BANQUET TO MR. JOHN TOON. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

BANQUET TO MR. JOHN TOON. A comiplimnentary banquel was tendered to Mr. John T''oonu, imanger of the 1E. S. andl A. G. Bank at Box Hill, Surrey Ilills, and Doincaster, at the leercea .ion lunil, lox IHill, last ovening ( I'hursday.) There was a largoe numnber of ropreseinalive gentle. lmen present, which is indicative of thu fact that Mr. T'l'oon is hileh in great re spelt by atll clisses of tllis eonllnunily. Mir. 'lToon first took chrge of the bank in Ilox Hlill on the 18th of October, 188;I, when the business was transacted i ai snmall wooden building owned by 3Mr. Serpoll. Siieo that tine, owing to the lisltict having advancled by leaps Ind1 bounds, (oe busilness of tlhe banl his ln.rgely increased, but it would not vou ittaiuied its present dilmensions had it not have been for -the popular and genial InIau who was placed at lho head of aflfairs in ox Hill. ,'Nr. ' 'ooI's 1business tact and lescrelisln soon brought lthe bank into Ilvor with Ihe Iustomners, and as tIho dis. riet ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAMBERWELL FOOTBALL CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

CAMBERWELL FOOTBALL CLUB. T'I1E ANNUt\li i MI,~I~1'IN(. The nmunal nmeting of the above club was held in the Sherwood Club hotel on 'lThursday cveuing, ,March 11). There was a large atteildance. Dir. Zercho was votetd to the clair, and in opltning ti Iometing, said hie was glad to see so many present, as it augured.well for the future Stuiess of the club. i'TIy ltid been called to gether for tho plulrpos of receiving the annual report and lhntulco-shtet. lie regretted that the linnces of the club wero iot illn suchlI a prosperolus condlition as one would wish, there ho ing only It balahnce of 2s. 6d. to corn mince the year with. i lowe t'r, as they had beon well supported in the past ho had no fear tfor the future. I'iThoso who took an interest in the chlub would rally round them aind pr'o vidle themo with nieCessiary iitilions for cialrrying out their enilgagemenliltsi dtiiriig the cominilg seasoni. lie tthen called upon Mr. .iDillon, the secretaryt , to reatd the almalli report, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

At 8 o'clock. On the Ground. BOX 111.J. -IT. I1. LOVEIIItlN has been instructed to sell by public auction All that valuable piece of LAN I), being portion of Elgar special survey allotuents 8 and o, on plan of sub division of ELAlt PAIIRK, containing Ia. 2r. 2i5 1-10p., more or less, having grand frontages to Elgar road, Victoria and Kingsley Crescents, on which is erected a nearly new four roomed W.B. villa. 'rito above property is situated close to the Whita Horse Ilotelt, and within a few minutes of Box Hlll railway station. Plans and further particulars of the aue .tioneer, W. It. hovering, 101 Swanstuon streeot. Special Notice. N. AND L. COLLINGS' Grand Autumn Show SATUR1)AY, 2l'rn| M-ARC1. Ii AVING( had considorable city experi ncoe in the Millinery D)epartment, they are able to show Styles and Novelties equal to those of the leading City hottses. CALL AND INSPECT. II) `MIiN'r SOCI EI'Y. MOND,\v, 31st '?[,et, at 4 p,n.., the lhiev. W. E. Isounsi.ow will read an I Essayk on a p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

B.URTON AND KLNOX ESTl'AhIIIdSIEI ) 1882. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highost Awards Melbourno Contonnial and Adolaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late National Agricultural Society's Show. Carriage uggis, oggis, Pliatons, (igs, &c., in stock anl built to order, 1I 'PAIllS AND DENOVATIN(. (IUAllANThIg AIld WORK. JE)SIGNS SUIIMI'TTIEII. .....: : "-.S. S N O ,W , SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (O'PP'OSITI' TRAM TAISIIJuNUH), And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. Ol(, CARRUIA\?l, tnd BIUGGY HIARNESS MIADIE TO O)JiDEH. COL)LLAR S CAREFULLY F'ITTE, 1). W.IlllS, BRIUSIIES, RU(GS, &c. 77 Second-haud Ulhurness lBought, or E1,xchanged for -Now. The Milliners STATION STIIRaT, 1Unx litI.. N. & L. COLLINGS, Iie, to thank the Ildies of Itox Hill and surrounding districts for their past patronage, aud desire to inform theot, that they have opened a most effective assortlient of AUTUMNI & WINTER 0001)S. Co...

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