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YARRAVILLE (2nd) V. WEST MELBOURNE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

for the-Yarrdvile who scored 74-. MIcDonald playcel "a'ranid iinings forz39,and HnddriWoni were the principal scorers for' the ftrmerT.,.Te the good- . ,wlng , - who took S ickets 1r 9gruns.a ar'arillel playel one man short Thefu.lowing are the scores --a Ic}',Mr.Donaild,; in. ,.N op :".: , ", -, S?.McDonald oL:"o ; : ?^i FtL Si'nTtarul?',' , Sonr ? ':, fo ii.s, w i2 r. I it1 o Jrsseti, t, ti ton'? , -rirr Hu .lllia bla iuont,° .. cr t:.i,;+ "rd31t ,g 13tcDonusdA., noinout I <t^ ' :rri. *.4i; Ctv SuP-."-'Porort afinorteiles-; ':ii ,-7 7.,

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROYAL STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

rrl[ vROYAL' STANDARD.,' ýdý JEI ý}ltaa t~ 1 R.H hid u wn, F; Harrsond - )* I ,I c:1{ KIeft,,rundout , IWe ¶ r Weimller, cHarr},on, h cs o \rnClc, 1, lnt .. "r'Ireti~(antr%"i i t"" Itri .7 ri7:icr!; +3,. f ifi ,ThHohard; I; AtElsaac'Xt / Q f. n S(:": .6; ^! ) ;~.i).uotout/a ";n vnr .ýtrnrar'):; ¢1ZD 1 Sundne nl ., f ý s i! ftri:+f- t t 4 .s 7' ; rf'w!j+: I~j ° "lk.., 35

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

SLOCAL BOARD f OF HEALT'H The following letters were received. From J. B: Jones arid Son, soliciting pemi sion to convert the building known as Verhon's Tannery into Wool Works.-Referred to Ine spector of Nuisances. ' " ' From F. J. Clarson, Punt Inn Hotel, asking Council's sanction in keep pigs. He had over seventy acres of land.-The inspector of Nuis. ances had no objection. ,A letter was, also read.from ,the. Central Board of Health, calling attention to the sick eising odour, which arose from the piggery at the PuntInn;. Cr W. Mitchell` moved that Mr. Clarson's request be granted.-The Mayor seconed the mbtion. ., / - Cr Burrows moved, as anamendment, that the request be not granted. The Board had refused permission to. others, and, why should this man be considered. , Cr Mitchell's motion was carried. From Mrs. Spiller, corner of Buckley and Victoria streets, calling attention to the state of the gutter in front of her house.-Referred to Inspector of nuisances.- , The'Health Off...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 27TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

B 0 3oU 0 J NO I .L \ *Wmfs'srfi FFDRUAZt. \Present--Crs.D.; Mltchell (Mayor), Stephen, WV;.Mitchell,"Cuniing, Truian and Burrows. The'lin.te 'of te previous meeting were read and adopted. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters outward were read and confirmed and the following inward received. From Secretarof.tIe Borough of Iawthorn asking co-operatioh in an endeavor to get the ,water rates'rediuced--RiccZivde ' .'-" d. From Ancient Orderof Foresters, Melbourne requesting Council's patronage to a Fancy Dress Ball, to be held in the Exhibition Build. .ing,-on thc-3rd.of'May:;-Received."? ..'" ' From Borough of Flemington and Kensing ton stating. that a conference would be held n..Tuesday, March 4th; in the Exchange, Collins street, with reference to increased num ber of water mairis, and asking'deleCait to at .tdnd.-Received. I From Secretary Railway Department ac. knowledging receipt of letter re North Mel bourne Bridge.-Received.. , ' 'From Melbourne Harbor Trust, refusing to alldw aiportion of; ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

LAST NiGiT- -The final'meeting in connimeion w'with'the;Evangelistic Services will be held this evening.it, theRoyal. Hall, and will be conducted by the Res. Robinson, Lowe, aind Scott. . t , - .+ i. Re.soV . Mr Painter, Saddler ha rfe imoved.fromBarkly '.steet to niore convenient and coiiinodioius pretnises id Hopkins street.' As'this gentleman supplies every, conceivable description of strong and fancy harness at the most moderate-rate-n-the trade, -and may be relied on for good work and promptness, he should secure a large connexion in this and the outlying districts. . VITAL STATISTICs.-The folowing are the registrations for the week ending i7th. February :Footscraysix births " and two deaths; Maidstone; one -birth Hotham,usix births and nine deaths; and Williamstown, six births and.one. death.,.There?were..15 birthi and'(i12t deathsin'kMelbourne and all suburbs during the same' period, of'the latter forty-one were infants under one year. TYNE Fouvkr PiC IC.- It has been the pra...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Evangelistic Services. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

Evangelistic Services. A series of United Evangelistic Services, in .which all the resident Protestant ministers in Foutiscray' tooka part, have been' . conduicted during the week, in the Royal Hall, and will terminate -to-night. They' were begun on Sunday night, after the ordinary services of the churches, and about six hundred assem. bled. . . ; . The Rev. J. Gibb, (Plreslbyterian) took charge of this service, and preached a vigor: ous sermon. . . On Monday, the Rev. J. Soper, (Baptist) presided, and succeeded in obtainng the close attention of those present, while he gave a tell. ing address. .. On Tuesday, the Rev. J.Lowe, (Wesleyan) officiated and discoursed effectively;. ..On Wednesday, over four shundred people, comprisifig a large number of non-church goers, were present to listep tq a most power ful discourse delivered by the Rev.j H.PF.' Scott; (Church of England). - On Thursday, the Rev. S. Robinson (Presbyterian,) from Yarraville conducted the services. I- I .[ On Friday...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Loud Whispers. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

L Loud Whispers. B Y'ORTH.WJND. It is rumored in'ilocal literaiy circles that an eminenti authority on war and wind is about to issue a new and complete guide for piem'en, entitled " The Modern Paragraph ist or Journalism made Easy." The book is to be bound ini brass wvith limp leather-lung covers; and the folloring are fair samples of the styye and matter :--"There is wateri in the Yarra,-and it. is wet, those who say so can not set it'on fire: Timber. Merchants deal in wood. Pedal cae-rings can be got in boot shopq Grcereisell 'tea and sugar. Basalt quarries contain bluestone I Butchers trade in beef and mutton. If matter is rotten and smells very strong, it stinks. Livery stables let horses: on hire. =Drapers as a rule sell' calico. Hotels are to be discovered. We like the idea, but fear if the talented author dives very deep into the subject, some unfeeling people may fer. vently 'ope'tha( he will move." Half a league; -halfaleague, half a league onward," and never make the retu...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Abstract of Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

f ..i Abt ict f Sa es. Saturday March i h.A 'ctck,' ok 'the ground, the Mackay EistatlBtween Footscray' anzl YarriilleI--Johi Morgan and J. M. Barr Aiutin'eers. ; -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

OR S2ie?-F hLure F?uar rome ietlt 4oet' i ? ; o.: F ite Payig Busite, . arnd ho i Laes. 6i'Shares ' in Universal PCercimanentl Boaild S-OR SAIE.WAhpmSTE FourPA oos, rlekcowtr Oinvle inakse; misys rdenth ete: Fur orRooml CottUSE ? h;.I`i.l"etii ham Street land, t40 Ann99, aren? .s and watcrn -J. M BARR IndBarr. .:, rr, Imi i t Of iiee. - ... " ' ORt SATE by privai lartgintoSplen :four-roomed WOOD COTTAGE, lathreet ?? plaster of in at rerior Als o a loe t all ave to R.lpoite Bl st n's otel, t Ovens-t deept, 'aply o- . ce, I root ..ry. " '" ".oi"ce . o. r THREE-ROOMED, inCOTTAGE, aLNth 'laster, DoALLOlStreett: Verandahelsn teback.et, : i x i nGardenet. J!.ln ei arit and eprndent Shares in; Universal l'erinanettt lBulding '? ety, bSALE.lSplend'd'O COTTALoESE AnVE "a?-i: - -AdRES, ifeneduwith fronictl Stoyreet, OR SAL -Shopek and Mlbtrne orRo omads; ,rne. raind ster is tor, 'S nuBatoriles.i r'esidence llot's. ·"nBARBrdepeyd.J ,Auctionr, ?ndntm S ? IRIVATE. BARGAIN:FIVE i;F" b TS CROOMEDr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

-,c -*?-- T t -. . *,','f'.ro-rrj, L'[ .:-. 05 Ii -: 7 ..? '.,, J7. ,P " .. -, , . o t ,' ' wow ·~v v ; ,· c .1' o.i: j ii1'i'°l:d: ~: I T Ii.'-. ": WALLACS U, o FURNISIIU WALLACH'S r SFURNISH . WALLACfH'S FURNISH * WALLACHS - FURNISH -W~AIl'CH'S FURNISH Va FUkFURNISH ".l F .a .FURNISH I Your FURNISH,, HOUSE , our ,o FURNISH ' HOUSE Your Y .: . " . HOUSE You ': HOUSE/ Your :o';' :- .. HOUSE' :t iYou At HOUSE f Yoal At .... .:.-HOUSE r- ALACH Ati : '. ,WALLACH'S At WAL.ACH'S a - .5 1St WALLACH'S ELIZABETH STREET, ALLA i .'S S. , t . ' - i .. ,,,i A BETH 'icO !` 1 -I. Suite in Haircloth, comps{ . swg Caened Back C .on, O Pat C""7"ol end" .rlp. ,1 t?,ni -i: I o ChaIrs in Good Cedr Fames " .. _. ..? i . - .. WALLAC?S, Car Dining Room Sites in T . 1 Real ether, cnsiting od '-if::: . : --/>." .;: .Massive Shaped FrontCm4 h, -,"withr?Elegantly Carved Back, Large andComfabtale Gont's ne a nr7 EasyChairdo.Iady'sChair,. t'3", ( anr ' dsiMat? seDinein?logh ai ,e" "oWALLA4&CH'S Stron...

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Board of Works. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

r : 1 Board of Works.}'. t ; TLt: necessity,for establishiog, a,Metro poh~ta Boaidof Works was impressed on' the Treasurer and Premier, on Wednesday, by a . powerfullyrepreseta tiýe,,.deputation from ,the ,different municipalites, near the, metropolis, supported by ten' members of Parlia nient:" 'The outcome of the lengthy stitemiients made:is that a. promise was given:by, Mr Service that a bill will be prepared, as ,speedily as. possible, and. submitted :to: Parliament, for the creation,of the new body. A question of' tie p'roportion :of representation to be given to. Melboiirne has led to some ,of the local bodics holding, aloof from an active support to, the scheme; but these matters ofr detail may be left to ibe settled by Parliameiit. A much more 'important point .is involved respecting the revenue of the proposed Board,' and -how thatý is to be:raised. To' do any good work;'affecting .the general drainage iand care of 'main roads, it is iapparent, that a large income :nust be ...

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The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1884. Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

'ONWARD AND UPWARD." .FOOTSCRAY.:SATURoDAY, MnARCH 1, 1884. Horticultural Society. -4--f-- SOME months ago, we called attention to a prize =competition, by J. Buchan and Co., for the best-kept cottage garden .in' connection with houses erected by that'firm in Footscray; and we. pointed out the great advantages that would arise frnm.the formation of a Horticultural and Cottage Garden Society here, so that a healthy emula tion might be aroused, and our serise: of the beautiful- and useful excited. By'such means, many: of our waste and barren--as well as b'ffensive-yards might be turned into things of beauty, thus giving to passers-by a sense of pleasure, and to the residents health and a charming occupation. At -the same time, the general tone and value of the property must be greatly enhanced., .'The - advantages are 'so self-evident that they need not be repeated, but we return to the subject because, if anything is to be done for the present. year, steps: must be taken' without del...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

"'De. slo. Today II have heeeii tothe field of Waterloo -You take train from the station and get out at Britm, about three mile. beyodtd theM vil e~ \laterio .. Durotflgthe season a cbh?'s:nd ifriý Brucss;;o!"d no douhbt with plealant company;,,btn atithis tinte there is? th. company and .no coaches, so I had the fi~l' tl. to 'niysclifIBritit;h.'triumphing as ust'; over every toe IOlAt tiho tationtherre are pleity f i"gia(eo hiltgin ,?tlt treadl) to shoa, you roound, I engagedt one, a the' daywas .wet codul:nt sfollnow the guide book', and izn tiidtE was.short. ./ did hoit regretthis bit of extrava. tance, t-r mtiy 8Pidt--for-wojtpder--was very, intelligen sod "civil, intl kew his sulbjectweltl, getting very enthusiastic over it at times, whet I stirred him up to itby?aking a.ulive lh inter st in whait he said. In these explosions 'thE contolions ffryhis fre,-and.the-mtovernents of hisk.rms wcre-worth'n extra-frainc to. see. Especiall~,nwas,he good in the.rinedl.,ch.ieani, ie flongo...

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Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH, 1884. Before Messrs D. Mitchell, Newell and Johnson. OFFAL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

"Justice or Peace Court. M MoNAYFe RAn f 3TTii, i884. Before Messrs D. Mitchell, Newell and Johnson. OFFAL Joseph Stiles was charged with carrying offal iP a fart not properly closed after the manner of anightcart. Mr. F. H. Binney appeared for the defend. ant, who is a man im his employ. , Sergeant Gray gave evidence as to the defend ant, cartinaway a load lo bones from a railway truck at the station. The smell was very bad. fir. Iinney adtmited the offence, but stated that lie was unaware that the bones ha:l an ob jectionable smell. - A tine of 2os, and 2s. 6d. costs was in ficted. - A SERIOUS-CIIARGE.. Levi Pennell,; a middle. iged 'man, well known in the borough, wa~ charged with wil. ful exposure. ... Mr. Kidstnn appeared for'the defence. The court was cleared. The first witness callcd was a young girl, named Catherine James. She stated that she lived with her parents in Itallaat road. Pennell lived next door to their place, a right of-way runs brtwccn them. On the afternoon sf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

4 ,bsc;n.ans s 6d. ? ? . l,[m Drawing taught in all its branches: Ladies classes separate.. John Deakin, Secretary. THE FOOTSCRAY MECHANICS' IN :.STITUTE AND FREE READING ' T -: ROOM AND"LI RARY.PT M,?,tMDSSUSscRir11o --s de6l IQUARTER. Open every evening' 'r m if.. till, 0o. Daily, Weekly, and Illustrated Papers, Scien tifi Journals, and Magazines o the.Tables. Th? andig colias nst2 vol~um es.. .Schlool of'Dt, everyFtiay.. . T"WILLIAM-ER, Se.e.? VW." H.. HEATHCOTE, ' " (Organist at St. John's Church, Footscray), TEACHER of . rAoiNOFORTEAn, CBIýNETERJB NA Town address - Bcauf6rt House; Drum mond -street'North, Carltoin;, "? , . i Loc.al address-Mr J. C. C. Schild, Hyde. S?OUTI t MELBOURNE ": DLLEGEI , BANK STREET, EMERALD HILL PxINctal .:rtTHOMAS PALMER,~ ,BA., Honaorimzi ofMelbOurne U? ijy; Honor man and"Trained Teacher of Education Department, late Seniaor Master of Carliton , Mr T KiNGSLANND-Elocution Master, SThe .,building,,,is adnmrably ],situated, being ,.;not-, more .,thai t...

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 March 1884

News in Brief. - There were 254 births and 97 deaths in Footscray during 1883.         Wyndhamites want a;letter pillar, at the railway platform. It is mniuch needed. Ten illegitimate children born in Footscray, and fifteen in Williamstown last year. The Muff Match postponed from Saturday last, will take place on St. Patrick'sday''? The Butchers picnic was held on Tuesday at Mordialloc, and was a most 'enjoyable affair. .The, Health ofilcer ,ays that, typhoid. fever is not so prevaleat just now as..it ws'. this time last year. 'The' local' Liberal A'ssodiatiori nn"It no' Monday evening next at the usual place at eight o'clock. Sussex Street, Yarraville, is said to be in a very bad state, and would be greatly im- proved by several loads of metal. A meeting of the, localGas-Companylwas. held on Mohday evening biul.nbo business"of importance was transacted. The- jolice seem 'atilait to have. pdtfbupon the track of- the .murderer at. P...

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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

TO-DAY'S MATCHES. VARRAVILLE V. CLARENDON;-At Albert Park. The following will represent the former, who are requested to be at the station it 2.3o: -Corby (2)i, Brown, McDonald (2), Griffiths, Bell, Quinard, Boyd, Andrews and Truman; emergency-A. McDonald. MAIDSTONE V. CLIFTON ALMtA.-On the grouid of the latter. The following will rapresent" the Maidstone :-Handley,; Parry, Graymore, Cant, Irving, Smith (2), Govan,: -McIsaac. Watt and Iarrison. FOOTSCRAY V. WILI.IAMSTONiN. - Two days. To meet at the railway station at 2 p.m. Local team:-Baird, Dean, Gatland, Scott, Larritt, English (2), C. Copplestone, Mitchell, Nunweek, and White. FOOTSCRAY . V, WILLIAstSTOWN. (2nds.) Two days. In the Western Reserve.. Local Team: -T. Bennett, McMaster,.Copplestone, G' White, Langwill, Pattinson, M'Dougall,. lKelly, Govan, Dean, French and' Fox. The' above team are- equgsted' "t6atg` 'the gprund B 3,5 sbIPrp!

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YARRAVILLE v. SOUTH SUBURBAN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

,YARRAVILLLB V.-SOUTH' SUlURBAN RAIL. . : .; - W AY. : ::' . 11, , , This match was played last Saturdaay,. n' the Military Reserve, Sandridge road' Yarra. ville went first to the wickets, playing with' ten: men, and were disposed of for 34 runs: J. Corby being the only one who got double figures. On their opponents taking the willow;: C. Corby took 7 wickets for It runs, and they wero all out for 24, leaving our locals winners by to runs.

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MAIDSTONE v. ALBERTS (2nds.) [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

MAILSTONE V. ALIIERTS;(2nais.) s~tr This. match wasplayed last Saturday,'at Foots ray,. and., resulted .in a; win! for ;the former.' The scoresebeing Maidstone 33, and; Albertas .1a.; :Keegan..'38,ltMcMaster ;,and Droop, I each batted welltand 'Keegan and, Arthur divided the bowling for the former.

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FOOTSCRAY v. BRIGHTON [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

I l.'.,esFOOhT~ c'SC aY"VB?'ilp-'. ; i fail hisma ths-day, won the o. bati but it was evidenl,:y'. no daygr oit, as they. forwere alnthepresenc.f. goodly number of spectatrs, the fair~sex being largelyrepruns, esut of whichntd. W new pavihite 'is finished so far as the outsidte .work 'is', con-; cetrinuted16, a used.for the isie, and beiredpees cric~ket.; ;The ,wicket Was bewing an ornament to the ound, is undoubt the) d osal of ,such a t ilr u a gretched boon tothel i c isiting players.! The,.Fooscray. captain with his~peo-. rerbial luck, which it is to be hoped will .not, of tim the Brightay, on had tos, ad elected to bat, but it was evidently not. the . Faotscray's. day out, as they were all disposed oftfor.49. ents were ,such,?h right - u rutheinselves, out of whichbe:. hite:and Nunweek con-e through, wasand ye5. respectively, by ecellent wcricket. The wicket was a good one, the, bowlin was nothing out of the ordinary, anil the; disposal, of ,such a strong batting team. for such...

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