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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Imant Thlursday a contingent of the llox 1111il and D)istrich Te'mperauco Choral Soelty journeyed over to Ilurwood to hold a temporl niceouting under the conlduutorship of Mr. Woods. The hall was fairly well lllicd and iumproved as the niaeting proceeded. The proceedings opened with n renading and prayer by Mr. lannlksby when tho following plrograllnlll was well run through :-" Iliso, Tellmperance Mlon, " " Londi a Hlelping land1," " Fishermlani's Invitatioln," " We'll Crown T'liun," " Obey my Voice," " hanlish thue DIonon Drink, Hloighing Hong,"'' pnd " Laugh and trow Fnt," calling for special nlpplause, ats did " My Dream," the obligato beaing tlaken by Miss A. Anpilall n splenlulid style. The soloints of the evening being Mr. Woods, witl the "' Iluglar," and Mr. Murray, " Forest Flowers," were not rendered ias well aI they might hav bieen. The duett, "' 'he Mlinluo (Ian at HSe," Ietweenll Messr. Woods nI1 Cotloll, being given with mu111110h better eafect. The reciters...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 April 1890

'I'nu residents of tile Shiro of NunII w.idilng will be glad to learn that tlh Council hait a motion which will be dealt with at thi next mooting, which lias for its olbjct thi dividing of thi North and C'ntro ridings into four ridings. If this motion is passed there will theln o 15 councillors, in stead of niine. 'lhis will givo to all thi ratepayers moru adequato repro sentation ; not that the ratopnyurs will bi bItter representedl, but tll repro seiltationl will bo mor ouvenly di trilmited, and as luchl it will be a boon to tle conuiiuity gonerally. Wo aro glhd to sco that thle Council ihas taken the bold stop to bring about this desirable clhange. We havo bcuio givenl to ilunderstand that tli Counicil lias had tlii iim portant mlltter undeur consideratlion for somu$0 tilme, aund tlhat it lis b1on dis. cussed over andl over agaill nIl coom. mnittee, all ti /pri.s 1111d ri$s ha Iing boen most arefully considered, if not ngreed upon. T'lliis is a very lnrgo shire, and 'Cfeqircs, in...

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

BANQUET TO 1MIR. JOHN TOON. As w weren untable to give all the speelLhis ill full iin ourl Inst issue, Idu thoso wthomt we did reiort wel're verl'y mu.hlt cult'aileld, 't hlivo decided to ro publish the whole of tihe report angin ll full. Thu speeches weure abovo Ihe av?'nl'gc of those whiclh llteo utsally I'aiuldo tut ban ulets, a l. will well repay A I'lnlllllillllnýll , bl' atiy Cl. wasI len dered to 31lr. .Johin Tlooll, mangtlIr of Ith 1.S. an .A.C. Ihank at Io.x Ilill, oa a large ntttir of relposentative gentlr Inmin present, which is indientiro of the alt thatl. \Ir. l',[oon is hIelh ill greal, re lspe'L I3' nil chasesn oIf this eomlnmuily. .31. 'I'oon firsti took I'harge of tlle batik in Iltx llill, oni the IStht of OL(o. bet, I S:l, whel Iho businless wa tralts ilted in ila small oidett bIildinihllY owned by M['. ?inrloll. Sine thntL time, owlng to the di.stret lhaving iluhltlced by leaps ntit Ibounds, Iho ibusineitss of Ihto balik has largely increased, bill it would olt hu...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A GOOD OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

A GOOD OFFER. --0- Alexander Dmunas, thle French no velist nnd dramatist, wVas the hero of nmany amusing Iadlventullres. Once, when at the height of his popularity, he was importuned to become a com mercial travellor because he was such a jollly good fellow. Thle anecdolte, as toli by a Paris journal, is as fol lows :-Soluome years ago a merchantu of Lyons was returning from Paris to his natal city. In the sanme compartment with himi sat a tall fellow, lively, talkative, and full of gasconadeo, but, on the whole, thie best and most amusing travelling companion one could wish. On alighting at Lyons, the mIer chant, charmed by the talking, man ncr, and gaiety of his neighbour, ex claimned l: " lBy Jove I sir, L am glad to have made your acquaintanlce. You are a good fellow I You are a charm inug fellow I Can't you talk, thouglh I Come, let us make a trade, will you? " " Well, wlhat kind of ai tradoe? " " Come and dine with me; at des sort we will speak about it. I have an idea. Will y...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW A NEW YORK MILLIONAIRE MADE HIS WAY. (PECK’S HUN.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

HOWA NEW YORK MILLION AIRE MADE HIS WAY. (,'ecK's HUN.) Wheln Frank Work, lthe great Wall-lstrtcc mnagnate, was nino years of ago, lia schlool master pIlnishad hini unniercifully by grasp ing one of his hanids and tlhumpling the edius of his fingelrs willth a errulu utiIl the blood spurted froii tlhem. Whlen he weat i homo ha told Ilias nother thait h would Ineover go to that school agalin. Ili miotlher wisehly iympathlised with him, and agreed that he should nlot again colle unlllder tlc authlllority of suclh a lman. In coiniIILnentiiig on the whlippaig to Ili mother, Franlk ittered Ia mild "cuss " Vword, and, for this his iotlher pLroImised aIId gaYve hIim a whilping. This nearly broke his heart, and lie plainly told helr it would be the last w"hiiping asim shoihl ever hinliat upuli Iliiiii. Thalnt ight hle bade his mother good-bye, and kissed lher alfectionately, packed up Ins belon;ings, aidh with a 5 dol. gold piece and about thirty cents i his i pocket, left the house, lio has...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACES AT DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

RACES AT DONCASTER, Oil l.lasler Aotlay a day's racing was gotl, I , .Iaoncnstero'. Tho we-ntller iu g falvorable tihere was a largeu atteln dance of all sorts aml condlitions of the lininajt race. ]llllllllli I'IILL?,' The following were the ovrents con teltedtl for : nuly Ilac, of live sors. This was won enlsy by Orlmy, with Slarin seconll. I)ona(IOslr .1lllinicapl, of leln Lou, Ifell to Chance, with Lily seconld. W\Voodl.enrlors' .IlILce, of five sovs., was carriedl o biy .liarry. Owinlg o s pro lest baring boon ellnterold, Ibis rae hadlI o lbe rlln againii, wien LIIarry wasi decidled the winner, the other two lorses beilng disqualiiied, The l'ing Slilrko rs w ir won by Ch(nnee, laity being second. 'l'ho cI lek ltace, of livo sors., fell to Siurllctuh. LThe l)istrict, ltackl lnlco was wonll by )olllnld, willth l'a secolnd, and lCreiamy thirdl.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOLD BY A WOMAN LEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

'1'OlI) IlY A \VOMA\N hLP'.IILL. (Froni the l. hdladoiphilt Pre'ss.) 'lioe dilliouliios ill tlo wlay of tlio sooiker alfter inloirlnlilation lit Mlololli lUo numorolus and groalt, bull fidlllly lln4lllge d to o~0el'olO 1lloI1, aIIld ill duced a lumlliber of whie leplerl (i to alk about thoIeselhe's. One of 111(hesO is I 4wonul nearllly lifty years old. llTholgh s110o has b1e0n a, the lotInllOlenllL aIIun bor o0 yolu's, Sl1o is lllllost olntirely frloo from any visible thint of the dread diseaso. Ilor face is witllhoult bloanlish, n1ud she110 would 110e oven hIndonIo if one coulil forgol whileo one looks uponll helor that, Hol ic 1t 1a )1e1'. lOl'eovll'' 110 is at highly intelligent, woiman, suld it n1u1 1 be elioevedl from her1101' own story, thIt she was IIot 1111111ny ye3 s ago It soUioity Ildy of inlllloeo alll([ poplulalr. it' in L city not Ia grlalt distaulco frLonll " You uet nlloS IlOllltiOll mlly 1I11io," said 8h1, when sh01 11 linlly y'ie'lhd to perj liltsion inil conlSeIte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WILD PEOPLE CAPTURED. A REMARKABLE KENTUCKY YARN FROM THE HICKMAN SWAMP. (COLUMBUS FROUM.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

WILD PEOPLE CAPTURED. A JiICMAlIT(,ABI! I KIliNTUCICKY YAIIN F][1lI TH'.1E IICIKMIAN 81 AMP. (coLt,?.,,Js FonlU,.) A party of gentleiten were passilng the Bayou de Chion swamps in Febru ary, and were attracted to the Bayou do Olden River near by, by thie sIplasIh ing of water. Upon approaching tihe banks and looking over they sl~w a man in swinuning, whose body was heLavily coated with hair. At hearing the voice of the strangors, the wild man looked up and soeIIICed very muchl 'frightcned as hlie behold the speeta Lors. As soonl as 1 s thl e hl nlel he disappeared beneath tihe water, and emerged in a few seconds nlear the opposite bank. ulit two of the party, suspecting lio would come out on the opposite shore, had crossed the iron bridge, anid were there in advance of )lmiiim VWheon hlie rusled out of the water, these two men made a dash for hlim, but with Ia powerful blow lhe sent onel of tile men iito tihe river, wliilo tihe other companion grabbed him. T'i wild man, with tile st...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HUNTING SEA OTTERS. (PORTLAND ORRGONIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

iUJN'tID4* W1j3A OTTIERS, It is not generitlly known lnht solno of the imoiint xpensive furiiodiciig animals ire killed oill (he coast of the new 8lilte of \WVashlilgton, nnd it is reimarknlblo lint, thlloexienl of cterritory where hosonenimlals nra tatken is so cxIremely limited, beingll only from [)nnion's PLoint at the nortllhern eni'rance to (Iray's IFurl'hour ti) tha eonst to .lPoint (Ireeniville, Ia distance of about tweniy.four miles, T'Io animi l referred to is tIihe stea otlter, thie fur of which is maIlinuiictiielllil into t(hrobnes of Iha potent ason nntd priuices of the Old World.I Unllike tlihalt of the seal, thie fur of the seat olter requiires ito plhuckilng of hair or cololiringl in falct, th li mlost viluable skins irta Illhose whlich tlio speckled tIiol rollgholt wiahi a silver-tlilteld hair, which is kinown til Ihle silver-tipped fur, (iho addition of ihis hliit, aidding 25 to Gil per cent, to tile Irico of tlihe skn. l'Thre are itow soveranl llllurs len igagedl i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

CRICHLOW & BROWN, ]l'g to anllollnno n they hae opcn2d thL' IL n I ll I 1on Dining Rloomns, lat C~unborwell Rloal,' Cmberwell. TeIn, Colleo alLd .lyefrcshmnhct. at all liourd. F'irst-class~ Meals nt Moderate Prices, NOTICE. Mr. D. E. BRAYSHAY (olicitor, Proctor and Conveyancler of No. 800) Collinis Street, MIhlbourn', Ihas conmnenced business at liox lillI and may b)e consulted at tin ollice of S. Aspinall, ,Esq., Stationu Street. Now York Tailoring Company, ILTIHt.E .IOAD, C~urmrw~z.I., UrI to iltimate that they have ju.st opened a New Stock of-Coatings, Tweeds, I&c., for (Ito XIAS SIEA:UON. buits ulade o ordlcr. I.Latelt SI leI Fit (T arantlcd. L . LO llll, The Auburn Fruit and Confec tionery Mart. AUBURN ROAD SOUTIIH. A. Gray, proprietor. Fruit and confectionery of the ChIoicest quality always on hand. Fresh Vegetables every day. All kinds of Sunnimr Drinks. BUTLER & BUTLER OAMIIE?\WELL COMMIISSION AGENCY. Hlouses B3ought, Sold, Let or removed, Laund for S...

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THE LAST WORD [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

Tim LA.ur WoTlun-The last word is danger. ol~i to contend for. ilusbalid and wifeslhould no mloro atrive to got it than they should struggle for the posaesion of a lighted bomb shell. Married people ohould sltudy each other's weak points or skateor look after theo weaonk points of the ico in ordur to keep off them. Ladihs whlo miarry for love should remember that tho Union of angela with women has boon forbidden sinc theu flood. 'ThIu wife is theu an of thu Isoil s'ystein. Uiilcss u ho attracts, there is nothing to kOep heaIvy bodies, like linshablian frohi flying bff~ into space. The wifu who would properly discharge her duties most never ilavo a soul " above btlttons " D'ont trust too much to good teImiIPr when you got into an argumient. Hugar is tihe substance nbmost ililvcrsilly diiflsed thlrough all natural products. Loet married people take thle hint from this provision ol nature, hly rolying oi our own resoureaos wve naquiro menLal strvngth; but wheno wo lean oel others for u...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL V. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

0lltx IItIth, V. Y!t.tliIl (lhlN. lthe fortmet' toota jounrnttytett to Y'lrtl (Ieto Itlt Satulrday to ply' a crioeltl Itlotull whioh pl'ovedt vry' otxiilltg. Mlesasrs. Tooll, IJeck lu1d MAlcadr, who \wt tlllo Ithe (lcllt the lito vioute day, tlltl the rlslt of the collntilgt'lll ot thetir arrival, otad conveotd thni ty ooatch nltt pair' to tilrotlllllll' Yt'trra l ltlat IIotel, whete tutd1'- gtlllltn, wI'eO itltlo ill to pIstt tllh timo wraly betor Ilthe illtllch. The Inllou did not Iotart ? tl llli 12 o'clock owinll to tile late IrrivkIal of thl lat Pitts, tntd luPinei tally owihg to ttto howlint, of Tot, who took livo wvicktls for live lutttt, ttttd Mhlttdtr who taigtge live wicktlts for 10 runit, tilt' (lien vetotr diuosttd of ot' lto runs. As ith acore wtts ao uttlt, flx ltill aunt thu toil tntd of the toitl inlt I tll, iln'b tht owlitg tof tliaste tlttt h tubtttrd wo- o'dory ttedly, ntitd six of tlho wtiktt wiro \VthtIinettl for Ias 'llyll rins. 'lt?ootl thtot attarod, ttt tt l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

RANDO:M REIADINGS. What is that fron which, it you take the wholo, some will remain ?-Wholeoome. Spiner say" the reason why tailors are often fond of yachting is that lmost of thel keep a cutter. A girl lhto marries well is said to make a lucky hit, though she is herself said to be a lucky miss. A reporter doscribing ilthe dresses at a fins hionablo assembly ill BIloston, renlarks, ''The largest part of the dresses were literally on the floor. Doctors in Tennesseeo are said to have ai rather hard time. If the patient lives, he seldom pays; if he dies, the rest of the family want to shoot the physician. "Six feet in his boots I" excslainedil Mrs. Beoswax " what will the impudence of this world conio to I wondler I Why they might as well tell me that the man had six heads in his hat." A Yoankee has just invented a neSw kind of braces which contlract onl the approalh oiif lthe wearer to the water, and thle IIloment lie comes to a piiddle they lift hini over and drolp hitu on theo olthe...

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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 Correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

COlkES BPONI) ENCE. [ll'e do lnotr hobl ourselvee respoleble for opliolons e.rpressed by Courreioulents.i TO THIE EDITOIR OF TIHE Ii'01'OltT171. S,--As I nlllll n rdeclt adindirur of foot" ball, andnswo hlave a nIlulberloi good plhyer$, I iln at a loss to undcreland how it il that no attonLpt hlne been inade to ltart a football club in Ilox 1lill. I am euro that wo could gut togetolr a club that would do credit to tho district, nld comno friendly conteats could be Iolt uip between Ilthe otler footlbtlll clubs In the distrclt. I houpo tlhat eoino of those pelrsonl intcreaotd will tak lo Ila nattr ini hand, call a mieootig, anlid havo a club formed with no little delay as poassible. ThIriU will inotl bo the slighteCt dillniclty in gettilni players, who will oater with epirit and energy ilto thi spiort. hankhing you in antieipatien,--I ami, ,c." I:OOTIJALL.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. AVENUE (Albort Park) V. BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

SPORTING. ---:1):- - Ci It I, K I'. Ave,:uE (Albo'r, I'ak) v. lhRxllurnit. Thu folitniwg in thi. reullt of thu matcll Ioltwcen IlLh abovo culihi ployed i ilhlcllllburnii on Htllrd'y lastin: Thi vanitoru'1 itood 11o show against tIho iowilnl theoy wtro canlld uloln to co1ntend wilth, thu Inst wickut fIlllnlt for the soall tolt; of i8 runs. A\s soon as local mor wmnt to the wicketsi thly nt oIco 110d1 things liveiy by knocking tie toll ill ovr 11th10 lold. (11111011non andI Clhrgo playedU na piondid grime, the former t~laking O|E. and thl lmllor I:, whilo It. Poru'k anl H. ,?litIthIy hid ind :ii 1i to Ithir cridit, ,otti being nut 11u1t. At t111 cnll tii 1im1e11 they hioviig, fhl thu 11o0n of 11111I wicketO, aIidOl - 2-7 rnnl11, 'T'lho following Iar11 the 1oreu0 : Avl:NT I., 1t. 'T'oyvlor, lt Cairigi, b inowsb.y .. I AI. 'I'ncli Coney, Ib do . 7 'W. Iray, i d1o . 1i tCharke, a 31*Conih. h do ,.7 I". l'inekney, b tPa'1 .. .. .. 7 WIt 1 lr, tb 1t.. .. II Adalll1n, 0t Chi'ttIied bh do .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

AUCTION SALE. To.lo.lOc.llu\o, SATUIRDAY, APRIL 12. C. 'D O W A L L 'Will hldoh hin USUAL WEIEKLY SALE, AL,,: I,,,iu L J ,lu ,,w , At !hs. R ooils, CANTEIWUUIY-RlOAD, SU.J1 RE J Y ILLS , TO.MORIO\W, SATUIIDAY, At ,UOJU F.

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LORD WOLSELEY ON THE SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

LORD WOLSELEY ON THE SERVICES. -0 Spealinig att n mcuting of the North London Riflo Club at the lolborn rostauranllt, Lord Wolsoley said CGreat Britain's stability, safety, and pros perity depeindeld ulloll the clliciuney of its naval aind military forces. The tintlou had nlow arrived wheln the coun try was entitlud to look ulpon tile army ats coluposed not only of the regular soldiers who served at all times with the colours, bul also of throo othur bodies of muon--tlme Yomnary, tihe militia, and the vohmuitcrs. fThe navy has never been ill ia mioro clli ciont condition than it was at tuo pro. sont tino, ad thaniksi to tile enrgy of the English people during tihe last two years, we had overy promise that the O.nglish navy in the near and im Inmcdiato futuro would bo ais thile lng lislh nLLavy ought to be, the most powerful organisantion, without any question, of all the nations ill tile world. (Culcurs.) As regarded thu army, it was, ns lilr as it went, as ufficient as ever it lhad...

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THE QUETTA WRECK. THE MARINE BOARD INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

TIHE QUETTA WRECK. TIIIE MR\lllINE IIOAItD INQUII Y'. ''lho steiiaiiioir QuIIotl was lost oil tlheo last daly of 'ebruIIIIIry, aI sad last day for thie ireltiries of ll tle eecsed aind for Ilho survivors. 'rlhro was so1e0 sort of con. fusion in the itnglishl shilpping irc'les as to whether ai allotial inquiiry would be lhel. Thely ought to liave kilowni bettor tlihau to question thie beon Ildes of those cololnices in tie in aler of a slhijwreck, whioll, tIllhey many bu remiidol , is from our 'i oint of view, noL so Imuch the loss of a valtnble shipi ns a terrible loss of life --aniid this, the life o o 1cople0 well. kniowni il once orolher orf thuAllsllatrlasinln colonies. Such sad alairs aire always ldeilt withI out hero as faiIthfully as in the country froit which most of us hail, bli, apparentlly, so littllle is known of Ius tlhat some iueerlninty on the point might be aniusilur were tihe subjet less serious. 'he hisbanu Marinuo Hoard began its inquiries into thie cause of the wr...

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FIRESIDE SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

FIRESIDE SPARKS. -':0: Philosophical happinoes is to want little and enjoy muchu ; vulgar hlappiness is lo want much anld enjoy little. A man with a good sound constitution, a good stonmach, a good heart and good limbs, and a good head-piece is rich. (ood boncie nre better thanl gold, tough Imuscles lettor than silver, and nerves that lnash fire nnd carry energy to every function are better than houses or lillds. Tihrc is nothing probably in which ladies, otherwiso good and loionurable, behavu so thorouglhly ill iind do so much mischliel as iin tile violation of lthe principles of veracity mind justice ill dealings regarding tile transfer of servants. To conceal any fact which distinot ly militates against their honesty, morality, or sobriety is to bo guilty of a milost serious deception. liRlskin well say "it in no miain's business whlther lie has genius or not; work lie nilust, whatever lie is, but quietly and steadily ; and thle natural and unforced results of such work will alwa...

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THE REV. CHARLES CLARK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 April 1890

THE REV. CHARLES CLARK, BL AN ADMIRE-I. Some twenly years ago, it was my good fortiino to listen to two sermons irLnchLed by tllo oev. Chias. Clark, in tie Albert.-sreet Japtlist- Church, Victoria 'Parade,1 Melcbourine At that tiiimu tih rev. genitlciian wasn il thio height of his popilnarity. lie was then ia young iiinii, L should say aboiit :32 years of ago, IinI lhad been- broughlt front .lfigluilid, as tihe sillessor of thllal vonernablo ind eslhenclld liaslor, tho laev. Isaila New'. Tlhougrh 1. llud only just intineld ily iimajoiity llhat IhI1, liimo1, I caI re'limnci ber. aIs well as though it wern onily yesterday,titho'ltwo elolquent oraliolm iin divine truth which wiere delivered oil that, occasion by itMr. Clark, lnild also tle thoughltful address whIich Ito gavo oil Illo i.stitliliout of the sieraimeiint, for il was tlhe Sun8day oni which the holy collllillioill was celebrated that I at llntiled. Tlhoughl Iwenly years havo rolled by since I. nltolnded tlihe Ilaptlist .hurc...

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