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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Next Friday being (lood Friday, we shall publish this journal on 'Thursdany. All ad vertialse nts and other mattler intended for insertion, will have to reach the ollica early on Wednesday morning. On Sunday next the Ilev. W. l. llromnilow will preach his farewell sermons. In the morning he will take leave of the congrega. lion no a pastor, and in the evening its an ambassador. As Mr. and Mrs. llromilow have hCnc so very popular in this district, the short tihe they have been atmolng as, we hope there will be a full church at each service. It is with plCasuro we draw thle attentlion of our Inulmetrouls readers to the advertise. Iment if Mr. C. Mi)owall, whlich appears in anuther column. Mr. MDlowall has just opeunell a new furnlituroe mlart tll Canllterbury road, Surrey llills, where lhe intends to hold furniture sates every Saturday at 2.:0 p.n. The tilirt sale will be hold to-mnorrow after. nIool, land should be well attended. We wish Mr. MaDowall every succes il Ilis ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 March 1890

T''It: imembers of the lloorondarra Council do not appear to be a very happy f.amily just now. Wo regret tlhat we cannot compliment tlat body upon the way in which it is disclharg ingl its duties, and the treatimnt whlill the ratopayers are receiving frot the Council. There is not a .itiqle imneuting of that corporation but what thuer are iluite a plothora of lettrrs fromt the rnatepayers complaining of the filthy state of the streets, which the writers contend tire a dis graicu to tlhe Council, A person has only Lo.takl it walk down llny of the streets in Camibierwell, when ho will soon see, boyond all doubt, that the ratepayers have just cause for com plaint. The Council have a motion in the minuto book that the streets are to be cleansed twice a week ; but this motion is honored in the breach. Councillors rpoeatedly state, time after time, tlat tlie streets are not cleonsed, while the ratepayers are over railing at tile Council for allowing the streets of the shire to be a Ihot b...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

RECIPES. -o lea.:! IloI,1i.-Mlince with ith a small tllamoulnt of its own fat the runmins of som111 cold roast beef tolerably line ; add a scasoning of pop ler t, nalt, lld cllh d herbs ; put the whole ilto at roll of put l-paste, and hake for half un hour, or rather longer should the roll. be very large. l'a~ns, A IA F.ANAisIse,.-;Ielt a quaster of na poulnd of butter in a saucepan, thelln add one ad a half pint of pease, peplper anid salt to Lamte, a couple of small onIons, whole, a small bunch of parlslhy, and i half a head of lettuce ied iup together, and ai pinch of sugar. Toss on a slow Uiro till the peas irou cooked, then rcemove the parsley, lettuce, anld ollions, andi sGurve with a littlo linuly minced parsley mixed with the pease. Puurellan)? n 'TirnewmII)1rs.-The Wies baden way-Thlree or four hours before they are to be bottled, or, if the weather is cool, the night before, remove thi hulls from freshly-picked berries. As the berries are hulled place them in earthen dishe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRESIDE SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

FIRESIDE -SPARKS. -:a:- 'ITho Mlaoonic Order-" M~IIu's the word." Ihliiliesso man 1: I am going to hire ia do tectivel." Ordinary man: ' What for-to use in a case of elmiirgeney ? - Ilusiness manI : " No, to find a policllman in Iase of eere'IIII' ey."' Hostess: " Won't you sinlg somnething Mr. !Ireen ? " ?hr. (ireell "' TJ'lere are too miiany llran gera here, I " Ilotless: " Never mind thleum; they'll be gone before you get half through." 'Vieitor: " I'd like to scu the proprietor of the stalitorini ll." Clerk: llu's gone away, sir, for his health." l'os?yboy : " I ~ty, Iltoodgood, introduce Ile to Mliss Debut, will you? " Jluodgoluod : " What for." Poseyhoy:" Ilclleae I want to tell her that shle haa brusheld against the open grate and her dress is oin lire." Froim a philosopher's notebook: One should nlevelr mllarry, because, first, if tlhe woIUaU is plain Ishe will form tIoo disagree. able an object of daily colltclntllation for onleself while, secold, if she is gLod-looking, sh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

BOX- HILL MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. The followinl Essay was delivelrd Iy the ltev. \V. 1'. Itromilow, at the l\1cuslouynl sulhool-rootm, Ilox I ill, last)nula?al y evening. E]'ss.\Y ON \IANNs:ni. Ladies and (eilleientlle, The subject I havo chosenI for this essay is ono that intreusts its all-for the simplo reason that wu arte conistantly brought in con tact with with our follow-creatures, and "a mall's worth is estimated in the world accord ing to his conduuct." It is useless for anyoln to think Iho can go through the world ul-. mindful of his behaviour towards his fellows. Ilow we behllavo is a matter of daily collclr to us. \Wo cannot break through the orailhttry custolll of lilf with ilnpunlity-wo muslt conl sider others. ''lheroforu thu?ubject of natnner "is an importantllll one-p-lorl s tho most important wo could think upolt." It has been said that the Australian youth lack good tman ners, lthat our youllg Ien are rolilugh and rltdu ad our youing womentti fast nd bold. 'lTh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WESLEYAN CHURCH. DEPARTURE OF THE REV. W. E. BROMILOW. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

WESLEYAN CHURCH. DEl'AITUlTlil O' T'fIli Iil'V. \V. E. liOMll LO\W. '11h le . 1 11nu r r. 1s rontilow, aftir putting ill oine yealr's service in tiis distrlict, brought Lihei work to nlll enid isti, ulltd1(y, when t he iroverond gelntin llllllu eachetd two fitrwell sormoIs to tcrowded ticongregattionis. IDuring the tilmo that i I. Ironilow iw and htis witiv have onit lonted itIilong ts? they lhav gainted it lafrge IlimlberO of t Ilnds anll neqluill oi nclllc. 'i'ho 'tireverendl gienttlitn las dis.liutrgted his duthies in very ablo mnntt or, tut the chulreh lls ptrosperetd u lder his luinistrations. At the Ilst e lonlerene Iho w ?s elected to till lltt itttporitntt position, and ts the coulfrenuce is supremet in tlhe WVesleyn Citthurch overy mintiister utitst go whero hei is sent or resigun. Mr. lilonilow hais been telected to the post, of foreign missiton lectturer, which hio is wefll qnitliliid to fill, intd in theo coiurseo of it f'\ dayst ho will enter upon his new miission. in c...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIFTY YEARS ON A SOLITARY ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

FIFTY YEARS ON A SOLT TARY ISLAND. A letter. lltls been received by dMr. Newman, of (Irav\'tsend, from Peter (trees, tle head of a malll colony of 1( p1rsons, ilented O1 thI e sm11 l ( and 1emote 111d11i1 o1 ''1islL l y t 'AeInIII lt, in the l south Athlanti. . I',eter, who Ih s beet, on the island for r'2 years, is now upwnlrds of Ill yen1"s of ago, anti 1n11 to111 di t and e bI11111 ll' ied 11Ill' I, wher1 e t1ver0 l of his u1. 1ily 1lr'd,11 v lie. Inl this letter, which is dated DIe. 1 1 , "111)t , 111 says ttt hat h1111 islolt ers were los11 l ro s h111?)r1 0 th111 1o8e, anl) 111 opeln' lld, Lht lnlow hil1re t0re 1 0n11o t ,ea lers or trooIlpships, 11l tlh?l iltey even the whllesr have dh+ sorted tII10 spot, flo Ilh, w1lles have 1 dis4ppeart'ed. 'Ihi o tr1nd which theI in hablita1sII formerly did i n supplying a'e lking possession of Ilthel. island, and th ol0111y\" 1" 1edy I can see is to k(1'ep ple, t orf alts, wlhichl will 1ml.k lihy about 1th1 houses I hope," he continues " ...

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A Member of Parliament Shot by a Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

A Monmbr of Parliaimoni Sho't by a Woman. This is how thoydo things ill In',ngland. A Il11111 of fortunIIo anIId IImeans111 odl it haIlllsollo yoIIung wOIIIlllm , who is so incensed at his notion that sH11 nmake nil llttlmpt to shoot him. IE.liznhath Vincenlt, who is only 22 yea'rs of ligo, aml of ipr'OplOsssiug appIl1ran(1'(ic, upon being Ibrought beofore the nIngista'ttes londly exclnimed ithat it was in neel. (entl, IndI cried n ll hrieked loudly. 'The following is thlle evidence tlaken nt the trinl : hlanjor lsanns doposed : I hlave Icnu intianltely ncqunillthld with the do. fi'lldntI for some years. Solme time back I made 11t i1tt1nlment o1 her cliltd of .12000, and .I(1000 to her to go ilnto business,, nnd .C500 deposit on the iouseo ill which sIlo resided. SIhe took a houseo at 110l C(hurho-stretoo, Ihcilh nmnd, ud I receivedl on or a0out (let. f5 n letter from her. In conlsequence of that, I went, oni October 8, to the house in question, and fouind her there. She admitted me...

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AUTUMN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

AUTUMN HIOW. Thoe itention of ladies is drawn to the fact that O(1 O. 1. 1)DOIIlY hal just opened hii nIuw H01aso08 goods, coillprisiig-- ) rcssua, Millllery, Ulsters, Jackets, Flannels, ]llanl kletsL Callicoes, Jinins, Mnlo' anld Iloy'" Clothiilg, uoe., oto., etc. This is tlh biggues show over saeeo In the district. Prices, as ever-lIard to beat. M?IS FOX, Dressmaker, Stationor, otc., Canterbury-road, Hurroy llills, Ladies' and Children's Unlderclothing, hIntionery, Fancy (oods, unlllay Hcliool Cards, Tickets, etc. Ladies own material Ilado ul . Prices strictly imodlorate.

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SPORTING. CRICKET. DONCASTER V. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

SPORTING. --:0: DiONtnASTET:I V. CANT'rUsiney. Whllo's who cannot hI decided this season as oin ?llth occnsions the above clulbs have mett, and draws have been the result, and each timto no one can claim advantatge. CaOn terhury enerally go first into the held, but on this occasion took the hat, and started with O. and T. Fowler, but the ltter who made it) (not out), and Osborne who just got into double Ilgures, there was little worth of menttion by the rest of the teant. Only nine wickets were lowered, and at 101) (the innings was declared over, and ant attempt made to seclure a victory, which looked possible lip to the fall of the fourth wicket, but Cronin and Whlittetn put in sonme good work, and saved their side, so that when lime wits called six wickets were down for (il, leaving the game vcry eveil. The following are the scores : C.ANTCI11II?Tv. T. Fowler, not out .. .. .. .Il O, Fowler, b Johnson .. .. Osborine, d do .. .. .. 10 1luIcorn, b Iltllcn ..... .. htarbour, c and b ...

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COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. MONDAY, MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

COUNCIL NEWS. -0 Nunawadihig Council. o2|1 Nt.i , Al t :ll a 11. Presentll-CIr. li nll ghhllt (Pl'rºsid ntll) in lii t u chir, not l LUrs. Ili linlgs, Mil'Arlhlthu, Cooke, Ilishllop, P'plllp?lorill, .Illihlgworth, ldlt IMoton.l Connll iI i i soS to1l isc li. 1Fronut IltI o CII oIur o i tCouill, wishing to kno\w if the conclil woullll colnriblllue towards th , Cosalt of L'Tr'iutiI It tli ?ni'\te. lor for thli ipurpos aof dispusiig ll of lh exr etnl of tyhoid )ll tillllln. l'hell pro. p nlli of this L' oUIntil is that th conlll ceil?s iof Kewi, Ilirioondlirrnl , N nwili ding, itnil Ilitw horni i should join iii icretling it dlo" sl riuctlo'r. iFrom th liihway I I) liiitiutit, stl ing ntlh lst t1 raillway gnates on illhlinro?dt woildl bu attiendlld to in the future. lromi tht II wthorn Council, nshing oti 1lis o luo aii of I li r ll ofsil tf llili holp t L Illa iil**- hif Kow l h Iiu nd lln,c unlll wunding, anlid li wthori lo onstidter Its to loe iidvisabilitly of taking nli iled ictio...

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT CAMBERWELL, What was nearly a fatal accidehnt hap pened on Saturday niigliht last, at Camihcrwell railway station. As the I1..1 p.m. traini fro Melbourno to l3ox Ilill- was leaving Caniherwell, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott attempted to leave the train, the former malnaged it alriglt, but the lady slipped down he tween tl h platform and carriages, which were hbegimninug to move at n gotod rate. Luckily for her only her hand got in the way of the wheels, so that she got oil with the loss of one of her lingers and ia broken ankle. )i. Showmalln, who was at passllenger, promptly uttended the lady, indi had her conveyed to a local doctor, who amputated thoe inger and set the ankle. 'I'liis forms another illustra tion of the laxity of departmeint al discipline. If the guard of the train had had any assistance in closing the doors the aiiccident might have been averted, instead of whichl thle gni'd was at the other end of the train when the lady got down on the line, and if had...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLACK V. SOUTH MELBOURNE WESLEYS [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

BhACKU.ll.RN V. SOUTH hllMuIIOUIllN \PIh|I:u4'. The following is tho result of the match between tho above clubs, which was played at Blackburn, on Saturday last- Tlhompson, b Sncesby .. .. 22 Mlountain, b Sneesly .. .. 20 ]laragwaworth, b do .. .. .. (i Ml'lPherson, b do .. .... 0 Lamnpton, b do . . 8 Mlolloy, o l?l'Lollan, b M'Lellan . 15 Niokell, b O'Kcefu .. .. o Drury, b Venthem . .. .. 2 Thompson, h M'Conib .. .. I Shalland, b Venthem .. .. 10 Sundries .. .. .. 17 Total .. .. .. ?.12 Sncosby, flvo for 831, and Vethoml , two for nine, bowled well. Vonthom, o .. .. .. . -14 Ml'Conmb, b Simpson.. .. . 0 O'Keofo, run out . I. Gunner, o and b Thompson . . 2 lSncesby, b do - ,. . 2 Park, not out .. . Chargo, run out .. 11 Parry, not out .. .. l Sundries .. .. .. . 18 Total for six wkts .. .. 1.11 Thl llaokburn club will play Fitzroy 2nd Eloven on Saturday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

CRICHLOW & BROWN, U'll to tnll tnolnctlm e It have ol'nieil htl Lnl don Diaing Itoomnt, at Canibtrwicill oad, QantborwT'ell. T'e, IlCote tiln e'fresn1uhlets I at all hours. First-clasTs .Meal tt Modeutl e t'ric,:i. -_ NOTICE. Mr. D. E. BRAYSHAY Solicitorl, Proctor and Cont-'eilnnce of No. ;:0) Collins Stl'rt. ?.lt. Ill?oT.t'. IltTs connT nelllllltlT' d h in llnll;i:' it NI H. ill, anld nny bo con.tulted Tit, t:hlt ollct, --f.-A spinll, .l':sq.., .iptioun Street. New. York Tailoring Company, 1111t KE 1ItAIt).. Blyig.tu itiunato thait tlhey lihi jiI uitnemd aI Nowv Stock of Coatins, Tweeds, !&c., for tile Suit lnts ad' I t l or'd. . Iat'.,t Styh.h ljit eiutitnltkel. V. T'LOTER, .Tlitaia , The Aublurn Fruit, and Confec LionOry Mart. AUTLURN OAB SOUTE, A. Ot 'iy, I plopiet'T Fruit and cotlifetionerv of" thil Choiceste ilutli'tyt',i. Itaysi li' handi. l'rehl Y,,' thhtli? ,vcrV day. \ll kihlu-, tit S1ti elmir )litn ke, BUTLER & BUTLER CAMIIIIlW:IIJ. COMMISSION A(IE...

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STATE SCHOOL CONCERT AT SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

STATE SCHOOL CONCERT AT SURREY HILLS. 'The scholars attending the State school at Surrey I tills gave a concerIt in theu Recreation Hall, at that place, on Friday oveingi, 28th Mlarclh. 'I'ho h ll had bcen spelcially decorated for tho occasion by those who understoodl thle rt of itrrlangillg flowers to the best possible Iadvanitage. 'lill atten dacee, all told, aounoitLd to over 500, tihe linurgo hall beingil lilonllly packed from end to end. 'IThe old building neuver had so many ill it bh fore, lld we dloubt whether it will uver have\ such a hularge number aga iin packed within its walls. All thu seat accolulodation io wi s i. kenl up, over 200 haIing to stand, which they did with the best possible grace. .hl'e perforinance was the bhst that huts eover beeon given in Hurrey Ihills, aiid rIllected the highest credit 111upon011 tho Indies and gentlenoln who Ii der took the task of preluping the childrue for the occasion. All the scholars who aIppeared on the stago went through their ...

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MITCHAM V. BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

MITelIAMl V. ,lx lili., lhis lllch, which which was a very close onle, resulted in a draw slightly in favor of Mit chanll, the scores being, Milchianl t:l, luox Hill illt for eight wickets. For Mlitchaun, Swift (2l), Loader (15), and Cook (1.1) wect' the principal scorers ; while W\hit ('7), Casey (1l1), and Meader (10, not out), for Jlox hIill, were the only players to reach double ligures. On Saturday next ~itchamn journey to Canterbury, and havinlt their decided victory fresh in their melnorue, are giving forth " how bad they are goingl to do 'eml." Per haps so, underhand work sometimes is suc cessful. Play collllllences at I 11 .. Thu following players will represent Mitcham : llatty, Cook, Cronin, Cornwall, Moore, tieddes, Loader, Darwin, Swift, 'T. Titus, W. litus, 1) McJelland, hrake; tumpire, Mhr. P1'. Christie ; scorer, Mr. J. Kenny.

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RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

RANDOM READINGS, 'ITrth is illillite, alnd we cannlot clasp it ill our linith arms ; yet we nay live inll its liglht, alltd learn miore anld more of its gra?nld nican illg, if we bl,t sincerely, hitestly, and patient ly tread the strniglht road of intellectual virtue. A man's best help is himself, his own heairt, li: resolute Ipnirpose--it cannllllot b tone by proxy. A anisl's inidl may un arous?ed by anilthir', bult ihe iii?iimt monlll hi oiwni cIhanacter. Wlhat if a umi fails in one thillng ? tli hlll try agaiil--lie Innsl, quarr. his own IlltlCre. eut himi try hard, and try nI?li, for lhe does not kniow what lie can do till lie tries. Mlorbid eonltltellation and analysis of itell o the11 exclusion of aelive duly, andl the wil iul ignorance of self which carelessly inllicts hari anld linery lpon othlerS, 1re both plro. duct: of ullnl'lllgeerous eglisIl. ll lnoJ bcevlle',llnce anlld trl(I hlinllllll ity will llke 11s out of ourmslvees to live for higher iaI niobler tlinig$, and wil...

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SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

SURREY HILLS. On Sunday last the second anniv'er vorsary of the Weslynn Chulrch was celebrated. There was a lnrge atten danceo at both the services. Special sermnons wero preached morning and evening by the llov. A. E. Albiston, 4I.A. The usual tea and public meeting was held on Wednesday evening, and was ta great success. A debating club has been started hero under the presidency of the liev. A. D1)nrling, l'reshbyterian minister. Mossrs. Mair iand l.. Wilson have been elected viceoprsidoents, and Mr. 1). M. Wilson secretary. The post of treasuror has been filled by Mrll. W. Cllst. lMessrs. D)oory, Snllddon, Mlel'ellan, Shallard, and W. lceekett, were olected it cnomlittee to ni nnalge the ntflirs of the associltion, w?hich plroises to be ia great success. lr. Chas. Mcl)ownll held his first uctiolln sale in connection with his now furnitur Illirt on Satll'rdy lbst. It was a success. This is just the thing tint is required in Surlrey lills. Great improvement is heing made in our' st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

Special Notice. N. AND L. COLLINGS' Grand 'Autumn Show SATURDAY, 20T1 MAURCI. TI-IAING had considerablu city experi onco in the Millinery D)epartment, they are able to show Styles and Novelties equal to thoso of the Icading City houses. OALTJ AND INSPEIC''. MT,' PLEASANT (Vermont), WESLIEYAN SUNDAY SCIIOOI, 23rd ANNIVEIISAlRY will be celebrated on EASTER SUNDAY &? MONDAY 1ith & 7th lev, W. E. B]ronmilow, will preach Morning at 11 and Eivening at 7. lrev. A. E. Albiston, bl.A. will address the children in the afternoon. TEA ON lMNODAY FIOOM 15 to 7. Chairman .l John, Coates. Esq. Speakers: llevs. liromilow, Altiston, Mr. Stephenson and others. SATUIRDAY, APRIL 5th, At 3 o'clock. On the premises. 11ALWYN ROAD, CANTIEEllUltY. For Absoluto Salo. 13iADT 1 IY AND C U 11 AIN in etmjuction with JO11N DAY AND) CO. Ilatvo received instruct ions from Mir. Octn'ell, to sell by public auction, all that piece of L.\NI, havilg a frontage of 1.10ft. to llatwyn lRoad, by a depth of l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

,:BURTON AND KNOX p-. :" ESTA' III11SHED I ,2. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highest Awards Molbournoe Centennial and Adehdide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late National Agricultural Society's Show. Carrianges, Iiiggios, II, Plutolns, Gigs, &,c., ill sticlk a;1IId Illillt to odelr, RI'PAISII AN ) IlIINOVAT IN'I . (I 0IIA .ANTI'E:II AlI \\'WO1~. 1lSIIOGNS ( '5 ITI,) -. S. S· N, 1 , White Horse Road, Box Hill (OPP'O?I'TE 'TlIAM TlEIltlIN11S), And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. (11( I l, U(l3 l Vd Ilan .t 1IIsIY I:A llNIS sII 8, A' . MA1D1", TO Oil)Ell. 77 Secon1"-ll?l lh ,rness liouigh, or l",.ela ,ie for Now. The Milliners 'TATION STEIIIT, ]lox 1111i.1. N. & L. COLLINGS, 11ie toh tIihak hle Ladies I f l: ?Iu hill and snrrounding dihtriclts for Their past palronage. anud desire to inrt'm theml, that they haItv opened it most eTective ass'uloreit of AUT'iUMN & \\'WINTIi ()ODS, Comprising Mlillinry in thu latest and prelti est sty...

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