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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

LlitlE1 OF N U N AWVAINIJ. º J N O 1 .i{' IL L L ) IN (J . Ladies an11( Geutlemeni, 1 tulie this~ ear1ly opplortullity of returniuig liy bs Lhw4 lnsk to thlose ladies anld 'gentlemeno who recordeil lin miy fatvoiur ysteirdaty. I cain ;assrnii you that I will do my utmtost to) serve y011 in thue Couuncil, whiere I will see thait y0ou Iiive Jusi~e meted out to you. Your wanlts ud wishesm wil at all timeus rceive lily close attentiolu aiiiu coiisiduriitiou. I liope you 'will never hiave caouse to 'ogre) the con fidenc ou h01lavo placed ll Incii. I Jiave thu. ho01or to he, - Ladieuu and guiitlcluivi, Yours~, &LC. NOVI tUINAi A L)1N I Liadies anid (lietleiocn, I. beg to tendermlu'y-ujlcero thlilka Lot' time 175 votes re &OrdeII in lily favor, also those friendis whJo wvorkedu voluni tarily 0h :"Jlry buludtf, and liope to, lliLW your su pp jor',lt. gilili 0n1i1 near11 fu~ture date. } f , Y..ýuul'i' ;ui!1cŽ'vJ3:ýýý, 1, 4 1

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

A H?lve or Sh theoa sclua?vou. -A prior of the Chartreuse imonastery given to ascetintl, being invited to dinner by the vice-legate of Avignon, had, accepted, on condition thliat noth ing unsuitable to at fast-day should appear at table: After thile soup ca1mo at magnificent trout, Lthe sauce of which was most agreeable to the senses of smell aud sight. 'l'lThe prior was about, to begin upon it with visible satisfaction, when a monk in his train whispered to him, " l)o not touch it, fathler ; I saw that sauce being mimdle. Two rabbits and a large piece of 1nn1 were put into it. 1 shudder at the recollection ! " l My brother.'" re plied Lthe prior, " will you always 1idl into your besetting sin ? [ have told you a hundlred times you are too curious. 'PThe kitchen w?as not your place, lesides, you are short-siglhtcd and took onlions for rabbits and it carrot for haul." The Widow (Consoled.-In one of Voltaireo's cynical romancers ta wildow, in the depth of her dlisconlsolateness, VOWs ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

Foot 11 Fxturis, The following nre the FxTurr.n of the ilox olill Football Club for thu onsuing ], 1!1TR .iý, ) -+ "ý.'LLiI.Oim lvIISiIli'i.AYr.iI any :1 .. Oakleigh .. jnx 1li1l May 10 .. Vacant .. .. - May 17 ..North llrunawick lox Hill Mnlay?24 .. Vnannt . . ' May 1 .. Mitchain .. Mitelahamn iJun 7 .. lrnidelh. . , oyal. Park Jduon 1i . Htiir of O'nlb'hwohl Cambl rwlell uInu 21 .. Williamnlstown .. nlox hill iullo 2 .., Vacant .. ,.. -? Jiuly ..Feriido.. .. IIox 11ill lilly 12 .. Vacant .. .. - hily 1ll .. Woodstock .. lIox Hill July 20 .. lnnover .. .. Ilux- hill Aug, 2 .. Arlington . . (lenf.rrin Aug. II .. ldlglington .. alwthorn An'l. 10 .. Woodstock .. Albert 1'ark Aug. 2:1 .. Vacant .. .. - Aug. 110 .. I.itchmni .. *Iox 11ill Supt. II .. Stiar of C'mib'wolli Jox H1ill Hupt. 1:1 .. Vacant .. .. - Hpt. 20 .. Arlington .. lIox Hill lptl. 27 .. Elln (Grove .. lox Hill O)ct. ". .. lirunawiok Imps. iox 1Iill Out. 11. .. OnklJcighl.. .. Onkleigh

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAMBERWELL FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

.?,i I 11111' II l tIl, U o?tri t, l?" l I ,01. (In Salurday the Uanmberwell team plhayvd lhe Koi', on lithe grlnd of thue olourmr. 'T'hiis wa the first tant.h of (fti 50e11501 for che ,duniur pr ,itship, tad if the louetal boys show 1 up in all future naltlcliesl th il antil ns they did on Sniltr. iday, whoi i thel numbers 11.0 lial Ip Ity will he in Il foremost poslition, if notil Prellilrs As slOOll as Itho ball w111s kickd otif t lhlt loclal lmen dashediL inlto ithe ritk with a pingluklu ttl an htermliiaiioi which: showed (lil thliylIn.iiait to have aldecisive victory. '.h10 bit[lls litketli idownil tlo hi lwestrlli clnd, lsontl i??riliitlflhgiig Ihin elilnisued, whelll GOiddes 110du in brilliiiit imark iand plaissidt ii aJil on to Kerr, who iAodo n good allttnipt1 for It goial. ''hi lenlther was returnedlill when it againi got into Keurr's Illillds tud t his l l'iu he 011o. ltn?,luLccess8 . full, siliiig t.ll bull Ilyiig tlirough thu, podly, in iv'eni liliatites ailite (ilieo g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAPTAIN COOK. (DAILY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

CAPTAIN COOK. -0 (1).iav N.:ws.). Plerihals it is not easy to write the life of a man who is never at homue, a1(1 whose life was passed among people who say nothing about him. At all events Mir. Ilesant, in his now ' Lifeo of Captain Cook ?' (Macinillaii) seemsL somethin miiderpiarted. Ciook began life as a shop loy, and enlded it as i god. 'ThI'ero is room for a good deal tof adventure ioetween these ex trelmes. But either Mr. Ilosant is not much at home ill this l)particular kind of iialventuro,ior the blanks iln Captain Cook's records are much more frle fluent than the written pages. Jnmes Cook was born at Marton, in York shire, on 27th October, 1728. .lis father was a " hind," a native of NorthInuherland, or of Edhisin, inll Itoxburgshire. The family removed to Great Ayton, where Cook had some schooling, and at 18 hie was appren-i ticed to one Salnderson, a shopkeeper at Straithes. There is a myth that lie stole a new' `shilling when lie ran away to sea, to Whitby. And this is a...

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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 — 9 May 1890

CO1RRi lSPOND)lNCE. [ ll' Ii not hold oursh'te re.,!*liA/le fe?r ophlii051 .rpreaO'd Ibi or Corresposidtiuts.] TO TIlS tIITOII I Kl OIIT' iI. Hin,--liteferring to the report of the con certii of the Unitedl choirns held in the Tem. perance Itlll hnst T'o.llnay, your coIlinents are unjust to tihe perfornors, inasmultich asi tie progmrloe put out to the pniblC con sisteit with ont exception of choruses, the exacrgqliotn you ignore ; not tilhat it was worthy of speeil mention, bitt, lint the "ohibligato" of tie vocal ehoron? nccompnniment rendered by Mliss A. Aspinnll twas worthy, and na to fialling lint, you are entirely mistaken, nas the uiited choir tinished hanl a ltonie higler than the keynole at the start, for which I, as conliductor, wat privately complimented, while the honor should have been given to Miss Aspinnill. Again, what has ornt.ry to dio with concerts, aind as to classical maousi, thire is timoe enough for that, when the choir lihas u?astredl the lower rudiiments of n...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BLACKBURN SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

BLACKBURN SUNDAY SCHOOL. -o In Blackburn, although several of the churches have already established themuselves there is only one Humnday School, where teachers and children of the varieousdenomnhn IThonoriing' audiblioj iig illik wb sliao'i n lioy bear. The first anniversary services of the school were held oni Sulnrlday last, in tihe liecreation lHall, which was very tastefully ornamented with floral decorations for tihe occasioln, In the afternoon the 1oev. William Green eon ducted the service and in the eveninlg Mr. T. EI. lHope officiated. loth gentlemenr addressed the children andi their parents aind friends, who assemublcd in large numbers, in all impressive impressive and appropriate mannur. The musical portion of tihe ser vices was taken by the children anid they per. formed their part with great credit to them? selves and their organist, Mr. Parry, who evidently has taken great pains in their in. struction. Buth services were impressively rendered and the addresses listene...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Doncaster Sparrow Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

Donoastor Sparrow Club. The third comtpetition for trophy. took plano at 1)oncaslter on Saturday, MIAly lird, andt roesulted an follows : TItourn¥ 1. u yds. Total 0. lllhmann 18 .. 011111111111111-1I Thos. Laford t- 111,01tt11t1111,110-1t F. M. Lawford 20 .. 11111111010 -- 0, Curtin lillman 20 . . 10111101 --7 I1. Toogood 15 .. 11100111 - - It. li nohlds. 20 .. 10100111 --i J. Smith 160 .. 1011110 - Sweenltakes of throo bird . Thos. Lawford 20 .. 1111 - 1 11. Rtynolds : 20.. 1110 J. 13. Lawford 20 .; 1010 - 2 J. Smith 10 .. 110 .--, 2 Hweopnllake of hvo birtds. Curtis Itillnuttm 20. .. 11rLL, , - 1 , - 1 C. Hillman 18 .. 11110 - Thos, lawinord 20 .. 11110 ".1 I. t11. Lawford 20 .. 01110 - 8 It. Toogood 1i .. 11001 -. 21 I. Smith - l0 .. 11011 . 2 I. lnoynoldt 20 .. 1011 -1 The followinI was omitted f in' our last report:- - . ytd. lot rlit. 2nld itl.d J. II. Lawford 20 .. 10 11 T. Lawfordt 20 , . 10 I 00. t11. lyynoldh 20 .. 10 . '00 ' C. 1. llilliman 20 .. 0 i?d 10 , Won by J. 13D....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What is doing in the Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

What is doing in the Trade. Meahsrs Mliles and Barry advertise in ian* other column that they will eoll by public auction (to-morrow) Saturday, May 10th, at 4 o'clock, a splendid brick villa situated in Mhargaret-streol, Canterbury (close to station.) AUttcntion Is directed to the advertisonmenta of Messrs. Sneddon nand Co., Surrey Hills. They have a large and well-assorted stock of ironmiongery, tiinware, brushwlareo, ?e. Any persons wishing anthing in that way would do well to inspect their stock. It is with pleasure we draw the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Mr. Mangnall, tailor, &e , 117 Swan-stroeet, ich. inond. Mir. Mangnall has jutt opened a largo and well assorted stock of tweeds, coatings, &e., for the winter season. Miles and Harry through their auctioneer (Mr. O. W. Miles) will soil by auction, on the premulses, Windsor Crescent, Surrey Hills, a commodious brick villa, containing seven large rooms. Thse isale I advertised to take place on...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROPOSED SUBDIVISION OF THE NUNAWADING SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

PROPOSED SUBDIVISION 1F TI1M NUNAWADING SHIRE. A lartguly ' attiendedn iotini of the rat. players was held in thu lcrrenation la11, UlatkburnI, oiln Fridlay nighlit, 2nd May, for the putlrpose of onsiier1in1 a lultiont which had lbeen passed by the couneil, (lint the North and Contra riding sh ould be divided into two additional ridings. Cr. Morton waits elected to the olhnlr. Aflhr briolly utailng ilth object for wlhich thni meeting had blun called iud reqluesting thu ratopayern to consider the question in all its icariings, lie called upon Cr. Ellingwortlh to move the tirst rcsolutiou. Cr. Ellingworth sanid ho would not iktube up the timh of thu meceting by ruiturating the nrgumcnts he advanced in thu council in favor of thCl seltone adopted by tho cooncil, and which had been so fully and naccurately reported in lth local papter -The Ieporhter lie presumied that most of (thom present had road thil debate in lthat journal, and if they hllad done so, they would know no imuch nhout t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NUNAWADING SHIRE. Extraordinary Election. LARGE MAJORITY IN FAVOR OF SERPELL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

NUNAWADING SHIRE. Extraordinary Election. LARGE MAJORITY IN FAVOR OF SERPELL. A poll of the ratepayers of the North riding was taken yesterday to fill the vacaney in the council canosed by the retirement of Cr. lautghton. There were two candidates in the iolde, viz., Squire Aspinall and Alfred Serpell. Both the gentlemen are well known throughout the shire, and since they have been in the fiehl have been actively canvassing the district. Although tmhe term of oflice was only for three months a great deal of in terest was taken in the election. The friends and supporters of each candidate entered into the contest with jest and determination, and did all they could to seenro the return of the candldato they wished to see elected. On the day of polling each of the candidates had carts and other vehicles plying two and fro bringing uip ratopayers to the poll, and the ratopayers generally felt interested in the outbome. Thle election was fought out in a -fair and honest man vailed throug...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [The Secretarios of football clubs would oblige b sending in their reports of Saturday's matches not later than Tuesday.] BOX HILL v. OA[?]EIOH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

PORTING. FOOTBJALL. L'L'ulio Suclarico of foutball alhuu would 1)blib'1 l) 8obuing in thirl ouports of Hnturday It minatlia Cot lattor than Tlucs day.] liox 11111 can n ow buoasu of it local f( otbahl ci Iltl) hieh hap I~oon f1)1'ilp } I al a IOIljoid lsiu,' aidui' (ho ioi)koqnoanco is tlmnL1L coit juans'i hirgo nuonber of realhly first-cluos iplaYerhl-ttIn who would not disgrnco-nnyy Jhunior footbl~ul o))~uL' ni tho Cooy hy luaro uu' iiormg know' lodgo of thu game, tndutul 111, f1loutu .s tiroylounds, and t sh o al 111 Ind long Imluk.. Itog 12a1) hold their ownt lugluist lIlly, chub outstidl Ii ta llotroo~loii. TIhet muotto whtich thety hauve set1 1101010 ihumut ii that' 'of I, xculsolor,' atu above alli thilugul toy intettd to play the gameul. Wit such 8))it 011tb to d10 bottli for Jlox d1ill w&' tiui~ti i pauto that they wsill have a 1p ji011s11t 1)nd1 81)L0081u(1 2ls)001u. ''Thoy plaiyed tiuo lbcot match01 of flue Nulollubull 0) a11tuiuhay host alion I tiy 112101 ol~~l O...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Council. MONDAY, 5TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

COUNCIL NEWS. --0 Boroondara Council. MoNDAY, 5tJ MAf.Y. Presont-OCr. licks, President, (in the chair), and Crs. Clayton, 13raimn, Dillon, Maling, Taylor, and Day. Coa , aOIIExtONDw.NCa. Fromn Aurther G. Walker, of Canter. bury, complainhing that as the countcil had run a threoopticher drain by the side of his funco a vnacant spaco had been mado between the fence and his land. 1 to suggested that a board 8hould bo at hle bottomn of his fence. CJr. Maling said his request was a most reasonablo one, atnd should be atfended to by the council. Ito moved, "'lThaint the contractor placo a board between the fencei and theo guitter." This was seconded by Cr. Day and carried. Messrs. J. and I1. ''Tarrani, of Surrey HIills, wrolto asking for information tas to how the stin of £13 10s. hadl been ex. peiided on WVi itlsor and Albany Cres centsas the work forwuhich theyuiderstood they hind paid this mionety was not ldone. The secretary stated the work on Wind. sor-crescenti hdlt been ctarried ou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 2ND. ( Before Messrs. Ellingworth (in the chair), Garside, and Loverling, J.S.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

BOX HILL POLICES CURT. . .. u ,rtiI.ir M .? ?,? .,.' (Ilofor'e hesvr'. ];lliiigworthl (in the c)li i'), GiUils'hl'i "[ ,?i1\ Lovedlilg, , I u? ri n'r l O ' r't o lie d 'i t . ; ," I P.li trik loiino iiand .1ino11100 ('arlor welr' glp!'ged ýWitinhultliif, lt h-lli u iyur Iat, turroy lills ony th, 2tllt April. Coeiwstblu\iiletWifi i'alttd ill h?Oi',ot .Lhu liy, ii.,il e'tlip1il ai2 ltltltl he rlrd anld saw the Iwo loon Li'liting in the Sumbo" lillo 1\ o Il, lit .fhill l 1,I'Neil was tyit g ,toidi t to. tli'6ii! At length they Wert o<ut; or; tlio hotel when hel'rient.ret' thoni . on a eluirgo of ijiiulting lilutilip~tr' "' Mr. f'NoILhitated.16Kl tli ftle'; d l'ismil nutsH were tihe worit, fordlriil?k at tlh? thimeo aind got to 'ord, hbut hie didii t know if tllhy-iade 1ofusof had Ian gibiugo; " . L'io ldefendoliat, lolne, tlt?itoi tlii?E. thoy ihad i" little .dliik iin ?t' tle1 Lieo," iand Wiere goinizi il l', "! little fuin," whe'li the hidllorl' ?'wi uniard the itiiprolsio...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

it II;"t in t ,;t 1ii n ni, '\h'o has 8boon roidijiigt' O'ntcit-~ burp' for sonuic years, t egs; y:tf.~iofq~ ih rsidlunts of tlhe 'dklsrict1 ` 1110 thd, stif 1onluiuh (! i lli ho. has securedl the, linulit of,1 a. W'od' bnidiu at CanIu.tirbui'y hlitltioil,' ~itidý wvill now be able to mei~et the long. fi4't w~aut of thuei iihbouurhioOdl by )uulph : WOOD, ,.COAL AND 00KVp of thol hott 1, uia'ity at MeLbouruw prie1'~i' 11 P .1Inshad un111y1) year's' a 'qii wuueoý in theL above businiess at .l3urnuly it~uid district, tiiid feels eooitidei'iLofjhi satlisfactionii til ali wo, lwuoip'tl hipi lr itia thir oidle s. 't'he following~ is a list of the I Ot9lColt fly' \Ver hit Dcliv~ered.. , bes~t flux tiOLl,5k 1 foot; hid. iwr oWL. annd bplt lio', 1.11d pi~r cwt., lied t in1 Mlocks, 13d, per ewt. ¬" iqpht lied (atr lurren tabs: + Cloh~tno~e~ Ca, I s .p'd.p r biro. liv ~li~iuiouio t! l olur l 23 '.Gus Split 1io"'3.) 1 do do :Ia (Id, .1 '.oii'i Split Lied C. iou - On 1 do du 1 Is. iA 3 :tons Sil...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BRUTAL HUSBAND. HE GOES TO GOAL FOR TWELVE MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

A, BRUTAL HUSBAND. l I `1 GOES 'L'O GOAl L' FOR 'TWELVE MONTHS. A, ease came before the ]ilox 11 ill Coi'ti"t laist Friday, which for cruelty iiaid baitrba?isu?m, we have not hLeard its cijual during the 2,5i yeora we have beeln riporting police eases. The t~magistrates on the Ilenc] were Messr' Ellinigwortlh, '(larside and L.Averiig,' iad they listened very jiatiently to a long list of horrible and most revolting cruelties, which had at different tiles been inflieted upon Mdrs. Okewell, a young.womanu of pre possessing apearance, by t(ie mnn who shoutdldavuobeen her protector, buit whom the hlawsays is her husband. 'lThe story relnated by Mrs. Okewell to the 13einch was a most pitiable one, and ?vould tend to molt ait most inhulnin heart, buit Okowell listened to it' without any of his nerves quiver ing and' imaintaiined a eountenanee up-. on wltich was tlepieted a 'stolid inditfer enoo1"nhd i 1cnllisn1ss that would be i1nnioved at the sight of the gallows. Ils "manner at the thium...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

Council Advertisomonts. SHIRE OF NUNAWAI)1N(G. SEPAIATA'i '.lTNI),1iS will he received at the Shiro llull, 1lox Hill, up to 3 pam., on Nlonday, 12th inst., for the following works: Contract No. :l1,-Mletalliuo atl (orn'uig10, chains of Middlebboti hduroatd ' 1" Talbot's. " . t . Contract No. 32.--Formiing, cleariing, and metalling iboutt i ch.ints li hno?qod-_. Srolad, between Pcclk's Hill and lPando nog' Creek . . A deposit'of i per cenit iiilt ceboinplny each endtitdj..and th .lowestor ally., tUdtler will not tcessarily hoe acepled, .. . (tI., ordel'.. ,, t=1 . ?)-\, v,_ oItutmUro:yV ! SActing Shiro Secretary. Box Hill, 5th May, 18!10. ..'7 t 8A'TUR IAY, rMAV. l til! At threo o'clock, OnII the P'renises,, .. ,lION 'tt1Tih, IlOX 'li1TJ.i IX-R OO M E D I 1' .\V AT It IIItiBOA lll) V IlJ ,A. C 1l'OW'AIl, ? will 'sell hy public C . aulction, by order of the executors of the latoe Francis (lati'r, l"sq., That Magnilicunt 'Property situate at. 1OX llJLil, and hathil at fhonaige of titii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

lrltnIB URTON "AND K°NOX. ii", CA"1 ll, ttlr,ýrRRIAGSE BU IL DEtRS, r, ,,i' hl ,1'41f," .':,:,..,II.,,; r ft ,;,;:B rwood Roa d9 , Hýawth 'ri '.; 1tiHglesL A~vai ds ]Wolboui n-o Conltoiltil'li d4dlci{udo Lixlibi Liqn vlnr'Y --""''3'Fnst;Awaids and 1 Seconid' i tile rltp, Nt~tioua1 ,,,, h1 'j~t,"ir..' 1 1. ;ý Agricultural, $ooioty's Show1 a"I.% r , , ur ..iIlriiitlagoi t fliggaies, Plulin fol1i (ltgrr &,4, G' * 1! J~J ~ i S-id ll ~l ,".. Lj I' .L ii t t I)ýs~~~ I , II Inn1 in di. "t. ,,; dl1trrn ri 4 ' Su~rt""rey' tHills;t ,,r .,,.i . and,* ,, Cambrwe,.lL'"...4 l1 it[ .1ri ",I rt , rl . _ " r r, " ! l t : 1 /,r! 4 r~ trji~.l ttt t.r ýVan ý,."ti BUGGY... k ý`N' rýý, '`ý ". :;~ rr '1 ' .Zýl 7'/t, t.';.oii !, ;rlt 1 '."1~ 1 'IIfl or l.cli r'c1 or!1 f~r~ ' NLIW t. " The, Milliners I~2 ~& tCOLLINGS, Bel, to I hank th dtiIts of llso; 1111 anul eurru::::dit:44 :is( igil.j (or I heiy past plrut ot;tg, :y,1:i ,ý:itij0, tq1 iglurni, hctit , Ilist it la have upýi 1d a1 uw uflvrl...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

LOCAL NEWS. A imecting of gentlemen interested in the foratinton of a neow Qtuadrille Asseimbly for Box Hill, was held a thu lRailway Hotel, on ITtwosday evening last, presided over by Mr. E. Cook. It Was unaiulnously dteoided thant a Quadrillo Assembly should he formned to be called thole" Bolienimi Quandrillo. Olub" and, in order to give eTffect to the above thufollow ing ollicebearers were elected :,Hecrutary, Mr. 1). Iters treainsurur, Mir. Wilson. A coen .pontnltaeo of inatntgeielnt colliprisilng ,thu folulowving was also elected :-Messrs. Cook, Rlobinson, Wagner, Wilson, )Dunn and linnsen. Thle now club will hold its inaugural meeting to-night, and will imeet overy allernate Friday night. Front the enthusinstio mannier in which the underlnk ing lhas been inaugurated there is overy like lihood of theu Assembly proving n great 5(iCCUSS. On the 17th of last month two young eon drove out to lolux Hill, in a single-seated buggy. As they were not accustomed to horse-driving they ran...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 9 May 1890

IT'III, public meeting hell in the le creation Illa), Illaukburn, last Friday night, 2nd May, to place the ro-sub division orthlo CPltro lind Norilt Iidings before the ratepnyers, was I. grent success, It wias largely attended, and was presided over in a very able manner by Cr. MOhtoN, who is to be complimented for tlhe judgment he exhibited inl mananging a meeting which only wanted a crois word to create a panio. On this occa. uion the right man was in tleo righ place, and le helld the reins of the meeting with a firn and unwavering hannd. Tlhe question for which the meet ing was convened was placed before the ratepayers in a calm, thoughtful, logical and well argued out speech by Cr. ELLaaNwonaT, who proposed a motion to tlh effect that the meeting endorse the notioit of the Council in its attempt to bring about at more adequate represontation of the shire by dividing the North and Centre Ridings. In placing the motion be. fore thel ratepayers and the causes which had actunted the...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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