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Sporting. CRICKET. FOOTSCRAY V. RICHMOND (2nds.) [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

SFOOTSCRitAY V. RICIMOND (2nds.) The.isecond elevens-.met.onSatudlay, on. the lground of, theformer..A. Dean ,-who captanetid'the locals, winning theitoss,' electel to bat, and sent in Govanri and McMaster. The former, who made, hi.tfirst appearance, with, the Foatacy this 'season,' niade'.two fine hits, each foara couple arid 'then' rtir&l, bowled.. McMastcer quickly miide is,"in then.. 'sc-, cumthliedtoa. good bll froin Shhid. WtVith te exceptioni of1. M cDougall 12'and '.Haiidley, II, noneii of, the 'otler rached doubje figures., White was in a long,time for.his.. ?iyve, ru'ns. The innings closed. for" 7. The; Richnibhd;. who played two'mncii short,, then .went; into bat, but .'through: the excelleint' bowling ,f Kelly were' all disposed t of for. 41, out at hilch nuiiber, 'Shand made - l .. .Kelly took 6f. wicl'e'tsfo;rt3"nd".C.Coples'ne ue, fa 2 ,6. , • ' .".... ,.. '."'.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAIST BELTS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

OnClofi the fallacies concerniing the; dre s of mniTirhatfJirgces arecobjectionable encum berrince-, and thnt fadenimng the irusers'by a tigh ilt b li?d : at iles ist t andidiantage. to b?e preferedtlt;in:isolatcid c~ses i'fthi kind' it is difficlt to arrivei?t curiclusive evidlencel,andf whelp there, arcnont.earn.io(fearning 1from thle xperiences of t cunsidCrall nmber of men ;every form of miniofr mseishief the kli ?·liiid is liaile to he iridilgetiin; inmrely ti nt freak'of fancy:; ,Itis, thcrefire, one of the advantages [of armies l!at valuanle, oplectivcc e?dence can. be obtained from ithemconicerning the probabbe efec- of any physical :iiditionulw n io thD vertgsi min, and w irel? 6rfunkat tin ha'itig sutdr'evdieice wi h refercine to th.e weaing of biaces veriss ibelts. The soldiers of Austria, vere accu.tomel to retain their trousers about the hips by, mans of'a leathemn stdp. Disease of th'e klne)s'increased so ilarniingly, rimigr thiee' that ea~ailattcntion waskdratna to'th...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOST & WON. A STORY OF A SISTER'S LOVE. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

L OST& WON A'tSTORY OF A SISTERSBLoVE.' + CIe ..C APTER I... '!: "??'..:.. . The tdairy was one'- of those underground excavations coveried in with. heiavy logs and several feet of earth, a style of thing common enough in thet bush. It stood about twenty yards frob'mthe mai building, and was of con siderable size and depth. Trembling-with terror, the elder girlscaught the little ones in their sleep and wrapping thems each in .,blanket they groped-their way along the daik passage,t across :the wide kitchen to the back door, which- was securely fastened with aheayy woodenibarss ` 1" . •A fdartstruck the' girls that if .they once oplened.the door they would be at the mercy of -ry, of the 'servants who might be waiting outside. ', Sit' on this seat a moment " said Maggie. Put your arn rounid'this other child and give ume the pistol, I \Iill see if the coast is clear fre we venture out." She looked carefully around.?T 'he verandah was in darkest gloom and silence; -no one in sigh...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

IH SUE-- ? ..• ,?3LIE D -.-V Where the?' N ~ tII iO n IS: SUI'i'JIEI)' . - ". tn orel rei "spec al tentin " S 3 PORTSEi :N.:PORTS - S ' POD E. ,,cn - , . t ,en.piS - v.r." 1 'r°Kinit: , terr'ryngQi, , K1i*-d iith.rilng, - '. '.i.t-p R OGi AMME.'-: t? G ??.i. .s .ole.sal Retai intrance .+, - , Ka Ic. Rz - i cFi eventa -, I .Eatr n, , s on., P. ',1.: : .- H.t.usctr.R cig ec nd e n. , onya ' ' Country orders reciv.spent cia a Prttenon Speaitird Advertisemonts. FOOsE lt. RSAY' Entrance , 2,s3 CLsUB S IATHLETIC. SPORTS , . e be.'e ' bhlin the a th . ndrX'to?Oie on fo th'.i .l.rl. RuHandingcapper Jumpessr H. SQuits, iss-ith ringWest DancingH Jolly iMille.r";Two-a5nd-Three5, 'Admit .alon to G ryoundgo ONE SHILLING. the-GreascRA ole, etc, etc. PERM PROGA AtC. Is A I :.t To be ?,etere under 361) io uiZaeL Societirs. - FiArt 18rim .ieo Se.ods S ." .rsc., 7 - ,ss Entrance Free. Prize, is.': II ssea.i5d Rove' (j' een)is., tooe 1ad P300 ..she; ":ITransfer Fee, a.6d.., per -share; K ICsi' t, o - ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, MARCH 3RD, 1884. Before Messrs Shuter, P.M., Morris and Newell, J'sP. TWO CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

SBefore Mlessris Shnier1' P.M. ,Morris and aTWO CHARGES. ; ant disoilde'el y? Ona second charge of using: obscenIliaguagche was -hnulctei. .in tlih sumr oft 1;5,l rº six°".weeks?, iiiipni6ninietit' The. money was pail1 I Aryoung. woman, natnesd Cornclia Trevallyn, was 'clargedi with having no -liwful visible, means of supliort? i.: Sergea?ntt?:_ Gr. "sa?:tidt:t she had; been arrested ?in Sanlridg? wheree lier' parentsr'ie sided, ansd fori some ,iohnths back had -been condtucting herself disreputably with theyboung men of the district,.who followed her about;. - ConstableRosengrave. :deposed-.towhaving. arrested the. prisoner. " He haid known her for somepa rsrs?hwsen'she u~sd to live in Foots craiyy For'thela'St few months she had been prowling? abou; the-banks of-theriver; associa tingbwith:all sorts'ol ,character She was; scntito thIfindustrial Schools.some? yearsago soi onceomming onit, her father refused'tolet he gomliiime;??i-y J. ,.Clarson landlord- of; the 'unt Inn' andtWminH...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1884. Popular Institutions. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

-4,"ONWARD AND UPWARD." ioorScRAY, SATURDAY, M?ARCl 8, 1884. Popular Institutions. IN, the present age; when the whole world is run mad overJ the ,idvrantages thttl must. accrue 4o any' extension of the means by which knowledge may be mGade.popular, aTw?scedisapprovirig 'ot ,th""esblishment of Working Meni's Clubss ; ill-apjet"o i hotininy-to sound fromn sofie being that lived in a past. iageof lnerican darkness. The eager-: ness, '.ithfwhich' tie project for found ing' Vorking -Men's Clubs in'.our city wais entertainetd, and the enthusiasm that some of its promoters displayed in the cause, appears to us to indicate the fact that the times were not;ripe for the injoyement ("Attall events iie i sangiine expectations of the various speakeat the `reat `mass mee?ing' the ;Mel' bourne owrp Hal ;have= not1i'eeia rTiilized,- and :appa?eiitly the ,e`stablish ment of the institutiQ.i is just as far off as ?ver i whs.., Of course e :ari?i 6t speaking as yet of the Yorkining; In's Coll~ege.Xha...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATER AUGER. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

- WATER AUGER. The 'Secretry produced sundry papers and information relative to-the-'working of Wright :"-and -Edward's'Water Auger.--To be cons cred. -t SUR VEVOR'S REPORT. ' Siice a1st meeting the daymenhite. been enmployed in geineral repairs. The late heavy rains did not cause any material damage to the roads., ' As ?'he" Vj'ndha?n Boundary. road stood in great need of repair, I have put two .men thergonto go over it from, end to end.. The Toromit'Creek. bridge required. immedi ate repairs, which is being done at a cost of betw:enia17?lfti a"'ii8. ThI e re-painti ng'of this and'John's Creelcbridge shbuldxbe done as soon as convenient.' ' One huhnded yards of melal.isiwatnted onjhte; Geelong- roal,.,,betscen" the~-cemietery0 nnd Miller's road', ten"deis for wbicb `shiould be called by neaxt meeting. -The-Reportwas received and ad6pted:?aiw a The folansing tenders ýirerr receivedt'for, Joseph Hit{arriso, ats , 350,,. s., Thos. . Derham, at 5s. rod., i9 3?N4 John Delahey, at 5s. 5d...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The New Militia. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

The .New Militia; THAT ' we are utterly opposed to even thernucleus obf, that. culse.andrscourge of; nations,, an- army,-ts-,noJnew fact'. Apart from the incalculable amount of suffering:'and .misery iinflicted anid'the claases; there is the commercial "aspect f the question. We take" it; that' in the mother-country a child is not brought into- the-world, :reared, educated .to hianhood, and made fit to ibe shot or sabred at a smaller cost.than ,'5oo, so that in, agressive. wars, to, protect.the 'interests of,bondholders, or in fighting to save hearthsi homes, and liberty, eiery -humin 'hf ''li festroyed represents aiclear ldss' to the comiiimunity of'tie' amount "meritioned. ''Unfortunaitely,' the powers that be 'have not arrived at' that: stage of, mental ,development to sdttle diflicitlties and misunderstandings by calm considerationi,. or to, insist, that, "!'The meni who.mni?e the quarrelsshajl, be the men to fight Ambition and' avarice are powerful factors mn the world, and dis...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Braybrook Shire Council. MONDAY, 3RD MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

* l- ,t3e MARCHil hi;,^ : Present.Crs .' Lagr" (President),. Diaon, Ai excse was received from Cr Powell, The minutes of the previous meeting were rad an firmed. dn The outard correspondence was also read and adopted The followingcommunications SCORRESPONDENCE. . romiSecctayVictorian RIailwayl advising that the Engineer-in-hief had given orders to hi'a ulPth'e cobssin gs 'oer th Bacchtts trars.railway,.ppt ih order, but that,,thcreL was 'a riffctilty on account of ile searcity of From ames Mooney, Solicitorregarding " Charles White's application for the fdeesimple of certain streets in Maidstone, stating that the ap ations provided for all casement. FronJam Misin Melton Pound Returns: ^_J)eeemlhe.foater; F- ' o od -,-RcHeiied. "-"Fcoin m ' Secretary, "adoitional '"articulars relativeto old and new licenses, quoting sanothercs imilar 1o that of the '1Ro6e Sand Crown inthis shire. Also Mr. Hodges "pinion whiclfiide'd wivith "thit "of Mr.: SWebb. The Wyndham Couincil had a simi-. ar ca...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

IHEy valuation O' the borough' property just completed by Mr. Or shows a.very satisfactory increase; both in -rateable value and popuilatioh. , For: the. year 1883 'the total valuationbwias £55intf apd the population setdoynn at 5;9541. , or: the present, year, theireturns are - v'luation of proper y,: £57,694,;giving' an increase? of about '?oobo. Thesiimn is made;,up as' follois :-North Vrd' ,£16292.; "Middle. Ward 17,532 ; Brown's :Hill,, 76 :; South Waid, ý 23,o94 The population-6;77gj ; 2, 578 ;_iddle Ward, 2,146 ;Brown's Hill, 134; South Ward, 2,519. It will be seen by these figures that the material growth, andd progress of the borough' affords just ground for con gratulatioi, a~ n several geitlemen have expressed tihir opinion that t ~-onme extent this has been aided ind hastened bly the efforts and influence of this journal. We afe" happy to think. s6, and are always pleased to. push forward the interests of the district with which .4- are identified There is little doubt a...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Loud Whispers [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

. ; . .- " ud ,' " upers . ... ) . ti T Loi pers., That men' whio "prate- aiout their own doings ought to rememler/tlihe old -,sayiig, " There's not one wvise?man;in ;twenty that • will• prai?€,himscl['.: 1k -7"" ', a,),:'- .That 'aslittl"cbiicf ,outhor slike?? d litilc learniing is'a dangerious thing, aind sonic of our school teachers do not know how to use it.. Even children think thiat the beggar on horseback is enacted in the borough daily. That when womei seti thleir-hearts on any thing theyare-w.ewl ,yes, that's it,-ange-s, •real, ".ufledgedcherbimsm an?: tha:havin?g determined on making the cricket bazaar a succe .spme, ,bf. theh" nontleather-hunting husbtnds" complain that "the "pailoibn is ab .orbing: as uch atteintion as the first baby. . That an easier method of getting over the cognfoidnenifiand mfelF iliffiult, tliaii' th?it 'evolved frerp the brain bf a getius of altering the borough name to hiverton,' would be to changg s.thgtittle ,ofthe .business.v, Instead of, sayi...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MIKE AND THE LOBSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

MIIk:E'AI A ITIE LOUSTER.<" .1 '' Aii'Irlsh lfurichaiii turned'up at d llostodF reitasirn't in t'lhe umhle capacity of a Waiter. Tse uetihidlieeenscrved irth a small1dbiter.: I: " o you call that a lobster, .Mike?" :, 'ai F I believe. they do lie callin' themn lobsteri here', sutr we call 'em ctabs at home:", '" Oh'," said the diner,, "you have'lobiters in Ireland ?'' " Is it lobsteri? Begorrae thecreek it full of tem. Many a timetle seen.emwhen I iiJ Ii over the sthranies i .n , ' H!w long do lobsters'grow iniIreland,?," S'Wlllli'- said Miko, thoughtfully,i t ' to shpake 'din blau?$s; sur,~ I'd say a''matteriol five or. " uWhat! Five orsixfeet? liow do they. g-t aground in these creeks?" i Bi3lad;:sui,;the'creeki in:Ireland ate fifty Ssixty feetwitdt' saidthe imitcrturahle Mike. ' l'ut'" asked:thegu?st;,' yo saidyou.had ecn themt when .votr were 'leapingiuoverthe stre?rmi. and iolstcsr here live in the sea.,'r?: . SiJ ,:.Sure'I dit sir ;,w 'iepaoweifuhleppcrsiin ;Irelsfd...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

INSURBANCN " ",, C RIA INSURANCE COMPANY, S . LIMITED, ' 'trCAPITAL:! I,oooai 1d, S .huirmanl :Hon. HENRY MILLER.' ;. FIRE' MARINE' LIFEaeAJ U & TEE v; JOSEPU'€OLI4E, Sereary:. 24Mket;street Melbourne. ,' W 24, CIz.)u, Agentfor,Ioo.sceay... COLONIAL MUTUAL 'FIRE INSUR S'ANCE'COMPANY (Limited)}~""'' PROraTs DIVIDOD !WITH ThtOSE NN.iJD. - °" -' '4"'ad'856 Collins street west, Melbourfne. " FIRE, MARINE, FIDELITY AND GUARANTEE INSUEANCES ACCEPTED T LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF PRE3ilUi.'M s. ecT;tues,. rV.s LI JACK; Secretary. Prospectuses, forms -of proposal, and other -information tobe obtained from /~: Agent for Footscray'and'Williamstown i ASUR CE,.SOCIETY. LIlDITED. it O.gHES AIAL;E.C U IE E . MUTUAL LIFE ASSTURAI CE, ,ENDOVS, .. l'?,?¢ .._..PRINCIPSAL OFFICE::(j :tVi 84 & 86 COLLINS'ST'VEST, nMelbouron S ?uesar F?" ^ e_ .,", , Mh in" D ireto.1 The. PIf? iJ:Ge-rgeogIn'nmer 'ln ttt .C .',, .TheiHdn. Sin'hoonsMlllrith;.iLlDh.,.LLIDI..C' G:lf Sunsula.Davm port'.J.P.R ?-?t ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BUSYBODY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

1l~j T I V THlE BIUSYBODYbn'", ' LaTrge ftimed id floriVr clo asarox,1 ia didn a tdr.longue ,'the cucnning of a ; oej'"" Jnvitlng friendship, friendship tobtray, , - .Invcnting lid.and.iander half the day. ,, :"(r Thorough pace~gomip-bor- - bloto : s iscall 'IE friend it mnope;-thealctmy of all ,[awrake, ,Whose .tongu le whicl almost.iwouIld the:deadt; Sounds iiite the rttle of,:theloathimne'sna~.k' youoingwive iad maidenS,' ofth n'oise bewiare' Approach ibt ibllr'l athe snot the poison ' ate Guird yoir young ngels from this )esil schild They who touh pitcha?eisure to hedefild. ! The worthy man whn wcds a'ithsuch a maHt, I lowIsad hits ca.c-how tcirriblc hiJ fatc ., The freebmrn subject .mst beconic a slaYe ;:A 'lle has'no peaceful ho?k except the grave.'.. . ,. legislators ! 'ant redress our wrongs- .I reeus poor menfro iwomen'a tattlingtongoes' O hl tCgail ' that e re aY tand "' I " "; (Which every bushman has at his command).. .acbiting, gssip, slander we can top,. *W'hil, w.'veg...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAN THIS BE TRUE? [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

> ,CAN flIS lE I TRU? i I awtuld like" to have' anadscict inserted: "." ,. 4! .: : SThisis a'sl'gandtliat vl surecta a man behind a rc~ spac'o'' tran the clerk turned as if inmoved Iyan electric current, anilejaculated :- l_- ':, . 's Yes:Sir, want the., topof ecumn I, s'pose;". . i, ..-. i . '' '* I "*o, I'mn not lparticular,;sanllhair tiscr.'" *' 1.i 1:"j iL r f ' Want it;inside, next leding doriall' E -'ither paig'r will'dinswer".rpli the other.:' i -1 :1. ,»..*, I..(- Y : *.. ,i4 '-'.Want'a cut bf death'shad aand niarro bones, ora sore leg,'to niak ttractve, or a pirtrait 6ft the advertiser, ith longhair and turn' down shirt collar!.'. !..'i "Clear type, black ink and hite paper are good enough for me," w'as.he response ';All.right ;want(iea line intypca n".'.lqtgetthudtx': h yn o a l ,or wilryoss-ha4ttvij-uisrjs'istsidq9jdowfn;, r, jpi*ni name in.fourked ttc r ie foiked lightning ll ob er it.!, i * :. . '. .:, ,'. "No; a..plain, traightforwad advertise mnnt, in aIspacenof fo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

-^ s-r1Improvements;;:^^^ iOn -1uesday the Hon. A . Tucker the bairoighi,, and in. thel absfnce'. 6i l-his wirship the Mar, .who.h was -'con finllid to his room tlirough ihe oneration :./-for'et^,ct ws.net; ? ne: 1ow^li~? ^:by MrW.A l, kl, ^ .Gouincillors SCiming aid Morris, the TowniClerka Treasurernd) -'JaKr,?qa ? ' Th'e .object0of tlic viitJwasi toiinspectl i the 1olingil-nds ini;ithejvicinity of, the .^G,?as )Ypri;.sand fthevarious qa'y-?' '-serves..;:=?r. Tucker was driven round thie quarries aii' vitrb'eit flat, where Mr. Clark refeired to. tlitmiany e~forts /iiadeito'gebthefvorkldorie,'and'the -numierous-; promises given :by different SMinisters to liaee tI.lafllilled up, so Sthat l it might; be" utiliseddfdrlitiildiifg Ipuriposes,;andr.dalsdo dQaway. with ,the -malaria arising from stagnant water after flood-tiiiime..I heMiiiipter, with his ?isudal iperspicuity, appeared .to '.master the details, and: advised that the C juqic] shotdd~caU a eipccal meeting : and~lay al'tprevi...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

THE LOOKOUT 'Look outdown there, for I'm about to shoot. YANKEE POET. I anm: always willing to learn, and' more especially .do I desire, to attain" that knowledge of advertising, which has become a new branch of science, aiand a rmost payable one, as' witness Professor Holloway and Dr 'L L. Smith. Our American cousins are adepts at the art of attracting and re taining public attentioni by.' startling or/ humorous announcements, even excit iig nodelettes being pressed into the service, as for example:--"Angelina siimole a heavenly smile; displaying, in doing so, a set of the most bewitching pearly teeth and coral' gums (supplied by Smith, of 'Nicholson'street)0., She then gracefully leant her beautiful head oa auburn hair (from,Morris, Hopkins street,) upon his arm/clothed in" super. fine tweed (kept in stock by McDonald, diaper.) As she appeared faint, he rushed with the.speed of an improved Tangye Gas Erigine to the fountain at. tlhe 1Royal Hotel, and hastily filled oin' of-. Punsh...

Publication Title: Independent
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A CURE FOR DIPTHERIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

A CURE FOR DIPTHERIA. TO TilE EDITOR OF TItE IE PENENTI / Sr,--Diplhecria is known to baffle the .most eminent medical 4killof the present day; so!openly is this admitted by the faculty that the doctprs of' Parjshae ,offered a, large reivar ,for aa certain cure of this most terrible ry 'ib all malhdfes"and a's it i4 a foe which noiie can for i surety gttril'against, aid none know who may be .its next 'vicim; I lie~ to sigaeit the following as a remedy--For a child .Take a teacupful ofvinegar, one tableaspoonful of cayenne pepper; mix them together, and washh brush orrgargle the throat. with ;the-.y mixture for atCleast a quarter of anhour, and ) as often afterwards as required. Previously" hdwever : giing, the child a wineglasslull.of,: castor oil. This I have rdund very efficacious ,aal if.f ticsnnup carehe "desse ,it cando no. harm to the -patient and ough frons th`every("' nature of its ingredients to. have at least a beneficial effect. By inserting.the above for ! the, belefit o...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MANNERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

MANNERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. SIR,-.Upon reflection, I agree with your. s*ler 6f last week, and as I know it is im possibl to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear," the same breed, I decline to.further.notice them.. Yours &c., .00 .0 T. IH: YOUNG. , Il .--NoZ'"(dtmit e xc ifeonlm'C!is)s N.I1.-No admittancecacc tln msinesS.

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NOXIOUS TRADES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 March 1884

NOXIOUS TRADES. TO TlHE EDITOR O TIIE INDEPENDENT. SlR,-Permit me tonotice statements made' in a letter in, this day's Advertiser signed X. Y. Z.,' which reflects on genhlenmen con nected with the' Railway Department, other wise I would not have troubled you, th tter in question states that I was received i acurt manner, in short that they were not ver civil to me." A great deal has bee?i said about this matter, much of which is not'strictly correct. I will, with your permission, brief state the facts. One evenin;g, about 8 o'clock, I received, from the hands of our Health Officer, a very strong report about a truck-load o offensive matter taken from the railway yard to Blyth, Irvine': nd Binney's. I immediately waited on the Inspector of Nuisances, and he confirmed the teport. Next morning I waited on Mr. Labertouche, stated my grievance, and handed that gentleman the Health Officer' report., Mr. Labertouche receivedme in moat civil and courteous manner, and inquired as far as. pos...

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