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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

Special Advertisement?: -r -I 'A R.O ONNE L& C4 .I''OLESALECORDIALAND SYRUPMANUTACTURR? ,A ,ARIA HOTR B[TTEIRS iTHEY. COUNTERACT ,THIE-ELEFEC1T OF:,- .OFEXCESSIVE USF OF STIMULANTS , IT SE' GT O OT EE_ SHEDONLY1 J O LIT T LRS THE DOCTORS RECOiIMEND . CURE FOR_ NDIGEST ION; ;';;, BILIOUSNESS LIVER,', COMPLAINTS TO iBE IIAD H OF' -ALL CIIHEMISTS AND GROCES.- - I WIOLESALE AGENrs : R.: 0DONNELL,& CO. " Conti NIMAUIFACTU RERf, 1233 LON'SDALE STRE'I, WVEsT, Near, the ,New Law : Courts Melbourne SPORTS i . PORTS I, PORTS! O: UR BOYS." "OUR BOYS." The FOOTSCRAY' iROWING CLUB .ATHLE*TIC'c; SPORTS S ,' tubieWilbe heldin the WESTERN GARDENS!' RESERVE On. .'.. 'EA'S'T ER'".M O'Nf'A " Under , the. .Patronage- of the Council. Running;,Jumping, :Quoits. Kiss-iri-thc'riig, •Dancing, Jolly Milleir, Twos-and-Threes, Aunt Sally' Merry-go:RbRuid; Clirbingi . the-Greasy-Pole, etc., etc i . , ' 'T efP ROGRAMME' Bovs' RACE (under z6) too yards. I Entrance, 'is ,- ir Pr:ie, ros. ; Second, ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

'News in Brief.r A meeting of the Footscray Football Club will be held:at ain early date. Tshe Railway Department have not yet sent Sreply re carrying offal to Footscray. - Mr. Lang, of- laidstone, rhas commenced ibusinessin Footscray 'as a practical gardener. A German named Hocks threw himself into the Saltwater river on Wednesday~ afternoon, but was speedily rescued l. The next Council meeting".willbei h special one'.fur the liurliose of 0ttiking'].he rate for 1884. ' _ - -::Tle: Coniniittce f t he F - ts. i y GIe ?? t' Club will meet at the Indefdent office on Tuesday evening. Councillor Truman has' recovered so far that:although still very weak Ieits'lifsiil to get about a little. -j Owing to" pressure of matter we are com pelled to'hold ovdyer." Iokout," Whispers," and other matter. - . /:. Th'dHon; F. E. BEarver,:tML.C. ~.hassnt a theque for La a2s, to the Footscray Rowing Club. :Sme mischievous person ;took the gate at the -Royal 1 llt fom. off its. inges, one 'evcinug during...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Welcome Home." [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

: The sifght ofithit nuiiiljcrs.who throitgcd the Royal Hall,t representing astheylifd all classes :'olhe communtity, ut hseve been .verygra'i ls:ing to those it 'was intended 'to'honor` anl welcome bhtck"igai?: I: ong before thei htur fi.ed for the ceremony;?:partes. begt i toarrive fritieYarraville uidother plqcesi;tanulby eight o'clock there were fully live hundred persons present, the ladies itedominating. Owing to it being Council night-the Mayor was unable to preside, and in his absence M1r.W. M. Clark took the chair. The.guests, on.ascending the platform' with theL 'hainiran and the Rev. ..HI. F:. ?Scott, er'; grcetl with long and heart) appla.use "lr.' Clark' i'imn' 's;il it devolved upon him to publicly 'welcome Messrs.?Fehon and Cuming'.back, in their mnidt, and he thought the large assemblage, th'sniiling faces, and alplaadse, were sufficieut rguaantee of the sincerity of that welcome. ?i' was pleased id' 'ec that thlie'lshad binefitted by a'trip in which miany),ad foll9w...

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 VII. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

..!LOST. WON; S . Cl fAPTI II. " A STOPR OF sAn 6ISER'S LOVE. ,Who can imagine the night of terror. passcd by the poor girl .in their subterianian'refuge; Theone fthe door ,being dashed'open;:and tie voicsof thle menhad awakened; thelittle slepers; whono~ m clung trembling and whim peringto"? their- protector., .too frightened to cry, while whispers,; passeds ifrom " orie' to anotheroutofipale quiveringlipsir,+mre oa ".God help poor ? at! Oh I that Hatold and' Villie were come I ,Iwthee trknes's off the verandahlthey. hard seca,.ýnothing ofr thd:.a dedlyt~rgedye?;uct; e there, ut soon the crackle of the flames and the lurid glare partly; shone into their retreat, anid -Madge, with dne look ut't closed the door and .made thein draw up into the furthest corner, muttering to herself "'They will.-kliol soon enougih." .' ; . . , Great clouds of soke filled the 'place, but a greater teiror was outside, the shouts and yells of the half maddened wretches that could Ib heard at intervals. Th...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

,LBOROU'GH COUNC I L. -W?EDNESDAY, MARCI I2th. - Present-Crs. D. Mitchell (M1 yor)+, John son, Cuming, Cleghorn, Burrows, W. Mitchell, and Miorris. .i The minutes of the previous meeting were read aid coinfrmcd. ' -? ... CORRESI'ONDENCE. -r Letters outivard were read and confirmed and the following inSard received.' ^... Front Public Works Department, calling attention to the dirty state of the drain from ,Brownit'srHill. to the one at the West Mel .bourne Swaiip, ;andj:requesting that it be 'cleaned out-.ind attended to by the Borough Council.--The surveyor to see it, and in struct 'day men to keep it clean. 'PFrom Same,'stating that if the Council would furnish particulars with regard to the amount proposed to be expended, on the Swamp Road, "the applica'iod for. a further sum of mnoney would be placed on the estimates. ?A reply to be sent, stating that the Council 'intend- to spenid £aooo.. Rr-i. , JO ., FJom3 YW J. Minty, Albert..Strcct, asking ppcrmssion to remove some trees in...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CURE FOR DIPTHERIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

TO TH7E1 EDITUOc 01' TilE INDEiE\IJF.1 N.' 3 sii Dipgitirih nIlhs vi'tild t hto .ot eLblininintx iedicad skill'of tlhe pr±~nt ? day: :5:" 0:s lnl5 " is thisi. adhinttcll byth.. faculty, that thic.-doctors 'of Panis have oflercu a large raiard for a certaiii cire of thiisinost'tctriblc' . f:1 all inaladei "adasiit is : foe which none ..can for a sirety gtirdlagaint, anil"none'l A ihow w,'li wh1a1n5y Id itsn ixistlitii,:I beg totsulfgcst the- followsing' as a rcinedy--F or a child Take a teacupful of 'iilegar, one ta?kle soowraftd f laable sall, :and one .ta spoonfult . of . .cayenne pepper;l . ;n mix them toigither: intl wa; ;brushor. garlc;tle :i.throat3willuthe Snixture for at lcasftaquiarter riarfi hour, and a_ ioftien afteriwardslsas required. :'Prtvioiisly howevcr giv' thel cilnl. -a wineglass-ltd of castor -il. This I lidve found sver eflicacious, -.and if it cannot cure the'disease it can do no - hrmto te thelrtpa[nt; and oungh from tht vcry natiteo ulillingredliicnis ;,o nh- ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Muff Match. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

SMuff 'Match.°I>. Sholdi ?, wcath r ;cep t??' nr 'there wilt most Iel, ?some rare fun?onMtlonday next t l intch :between ~the '-Borough Councit gtitithely.n mtuffs :'. of 2the. dlistrict, which itakcs laci oni; the.: Fdo?ticayCrickett .Ground, and will commence at 2.30 p.to. ItI will be reinembered that the match;'wncs stranged to take place a few Saturdays 'o, but in consequence ofthiecinclemency of the wccc~.te , ;,hadi to `bed postponedd a?-'indtsoi St. Pa.irick's I)ay aaseconsidered as a suit able dnic,upbn ri itch to' playt l'? Aceommoda tion,,will- be provided, tur; ladies?i and the 'paviliotis will' be thrown rus imon fur the con venience' of- playcr a'and ?isitors.',; Refresh, itient' ';illt bepIoviled ?o''th ~grbu.'d f~ the former, and:altdgether? a'nost' enjoyable afternoon'ssport m.ybe-,tprediated, (iGentle. mien otwto were \ forsierlyiaskctc, .to play in cth:. mat?h,? will:kindly. accept this as suffi riclnot ifiicatibn. : .:'" ?

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. From James Harris, Hepkins Street, stating that he received a great many complaints from the tenants of .various houses, for which he was' agent, respecting their closet pans not being: attended to, and have written and sent on. several occasions without any improveinent. being made. On speaking to the contractor he was metwith a torrent of abuse and dreadful I . language. He wished to know what was tobe done.-The Town Clerk to write for par tieunrs. From Martin Brophy, drawing .attention. to the.; continued smells -which proceed fromi' Messrs Blyth Irvine and Binney's Boillng down Establishment.-Referred to Inspector of?( Nuisances. - ~' t The Inspector' of Nuances reporteda follows :-I have the hoor to report reapp cation of Messrs. J. B. Jones. and, Son; that. ' visited and found that the work .of .wool washing had beeni commenced; and before the" " slightestattempt had been made to.provide- a drain for conveyance of the filth from the Factory to the river,...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Scotch Reading UNCO EASY LIFTED. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

AS·o. cot Sch RIeading'. " +li i~ aneinw ilsan oawned In l, sma?i tnrm in .lillotlii.an'. WVtheh: hts wlfe dietl:? 'Was ateariad aind falari·' ih$clang dolcel wathe t wa wai;ien folk hlia :hd for susrviint? .lUnith ' them wantedtl tae e mainster in:the;hoose andt; as Mr. \Vilson had:nriin ed everythying aou the piciGs ldng as she lived Aidrew as weel i the Ilsses, n&C-dl"a leadcr .-rd ghidE. I lihs dificdlties Andrew'consultdd the miller. r .r't",hat's" iae-diedlne?, heInsked.p; ";Ye see things are a' gaun i, ta,?.k md rmin,,nd. if tl;iprssiiosr claiice sne a i\ biany~ Kisis~e, Ill hIa rotiit t-ie the'l o d anr. ' ,rcla teinl:lk's sour: befor .it's auil ; and'as foir Ik;itter, feint the biti.he hhizies mak'. . The ,in blamies the the.r. ?!t: lihens arelgieii ower lhais ',,an' deih an ggs tat be s.?en. lhut +flnk itic Cilnncr, therihfhat facein k richtitfiet'i' fiitnii lor iii-an or Ibast snadc sintieiKirst)y puice budylj dlc'. c It's a shlagillerean' ,lsg thler4, until,n$ su...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

-: 1 : . 1 INSURANCE . r V ICTORIA INSURANCEICOMPANY, i " -,LMITED. L _. 1. OONA PITAL:boooTOoFIr U-irc FIRE,?.MARITNE, LIDFE;aind GUARANTEE - a JOSEPii COL'Il. S&cret.ry:'' `;' , i ', In arket'- i stieet;` ebbuie :`, Io.n o. ..... :I W. \I CL.AtR, Agent for Fnotscray.: -n' (ULUNyOIANLý MIUTUAL FIRE INSUK , " ' i : ;.. T 'rl i ^'_ d) ' ;: 84 and 86 Collins . treetwet; ,,.E UiARINE,,' FIDELITY; -TIDA f ,' j ; V. J C Scretar . ropectues;, forms ~of, Pkoioal, ,and other A.?gentfofir rootsea anda isWiltsamsitsn. .I-?}SUIANCL?]?SOCIET.: Llrrh|TrD MUTUAL ,LIFE ASSURANCE- ENDOW S" ::,:IENTSiwANNUIITIES:i :,. P---:INCIPAL OFFICE:. :: 8*4 S 86 COLLINS, ST. VWEST;iMellboine -OFFICES IN ALL TIIE COLONIES. .d The'Hon' Sir Go.Gre-'Long Innee ALIC.".. 7 '? S.vnu-. Daevmport. J.P.; The llon" Sir lSukeESaKmuel EakeI AM. LC.L : ,-e . 'he Honi. I lBe.'er, M.L.C., Merchant:Melbeourne -;: I puty-lhniemhn . .r : . ::.,, .- " The Hrn?l:. T.Clark, M.P., WVilliamstown. •George Wither. Melournae. . ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

?Th?l hardest"thing'in the'world" is not to feel that the lie told about your neighbor is the truth. .: . SIf, you were to try to recall all the good: you have done in your. life.iv0ould half'an hour hbe too long?'': . .T.i.re ? re men"in this naughty world so mean that they woutl esen :consent to' "take ithe beam from tileir own eye'" if thsey could oiily'sell'it for timber., Satire can no further go than', when" Sam Johnson said to a bIooy, " If I hid .said any thing that you understand,; sir, I humblhy crave tle pardonof the rest of the company." We have near sympathy with that deair and saintly old:lady from- the- country-" deestric:t" who, on examining the weapons in an antiqua rian museum, declaired lhere was only one thing more she desired to look upon,:and then she would go home satislicd--viz., the axe of the Apostles. •Mr. John Palmer appeared one day at a rehearsal, in grat :igitationi . jack Bannister requested to know what- made him so uneasy. • Why, sir, may lpp of a b...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 March 1884

A `D DESIGN N:.ew':Q.ircr commenced on January ., tn. -_ Suhsceiptions 2-s ?il t_. pce?q?rter.:.'' Classes meet every F'rindy. 30 cep sin.: Derwin"uglit in all its branh Ladies classes separrte r Johi Deaikin, S cr ry .1 HE FQOTSC RA1 IT Ii AMICS' IN T - STITUTI A\,)' TRE" READING' ""'' ROOM .ANDI IBIBA.M .-I Open every' evening from 7'; till, 1ic - Daily, Weekly, and; Ilit?irated I'apcr, 'Scin tific Journals; and I1Magazines im'. thc.Tables The lending librair contaias'ooogoiuaes. Sehool of Design dve"r Friday.' ;-:''? Vi Il i A.1 1 PElRL, Sec . H- .. . .EATHCOTE. . (Or anis t Jt n S. I''Chubrch, F oscy) PIAOFORTE:sl ANID GAMINET:ORG AN. _ :'i STRE4 T, S 1ET IEMERALD: HILL'e - T Paisci id: TIOrMAS: I'ALMII'; . A'n - i ,aernn of Melourne Lnirrits, Honor mman . T traiued: Teacher of Education Prrra c Aiddress '10OUING SI. ALjEiTi PAiR Junior l>astr -so-uir YArrss SWI -T, Uiriler I raduate Nlellourne Universit). 1nr ':Elocution Master--Mr T." KINGSAND." SProspectus on Application. ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Story for Boys. BOY WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 March 1884

: A Story for oys. S BOY WANToD. People laughed when they saw the sign again. It seemed to be always in Mr. Peters' window. For a day-or two, sometimes for only an hour or two, it would be missing, and pasern.by would wonder whether Mr. Peters had. at last found a boy to suit him; but sooner or later it was sure to appear again. '"What sort of a boy does he want?" one and another would ask; and then they would say to each other that they supposed he was looking for a perfect boy, and in their opinion he would look a good while before he found one. Not that there were not plenty of boys-as many as a dozen used sometimes to appear in the course of a morning, trying for the situation. Mr. Peters was said to be rich and queer; and, for one or both these reasons, boys were anxious to try and suit him. "All he wants is a fellow to run errands; it must be easy work and sure pay.' -,Thisis the way they talked to each other. :'But Mr. Peters wanted more than a boy to.,run errands. : John Sim...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 March 1884

F"'FOTsALL .-A meetingof the 'Footscray Football Club will be held on Friday nextl, in the Royal;; Hall: Intending members:' are earnestly invi ted to attend. .'. REAL PROPERTY. The Sale of the Mackay estate ;property, on 'Saturday last; was 'well attended 'm despiteof the inclement and showery weather.' A considerable number ,of the allotments were disposed 'of at prices running from los to .30s..- per foot.. The re maining' lots will be disposed of privately. SucCESSFUL" - .The-. friends. of Mr. J. O'Shea, 'blacksmith, formerly" of- Hopkins street, .will: be glad to learn that he .has come to the front as a competitor. At the -Lancefield Agricultural Show he won the First Hackney special prize, and the second Draught Horse ditto for'shoeing. CE.-rRAL STATE SCHOOL: - The long promised additions' to this building are at last to be made, and tenders are called for April 17th for the work. The improvements are to be in brick and stone and are of an extensive character, as the suno of ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 March 1884

WACLL's CH 5 'A CWA IIS: -'.IZALTH :TR ''LL.CI:vc'' CI' UR CH'S -, IFURHISl -:,.-h S? ;::?.SR- ; N.I ? ... -OUSE ....- Yor FURN H OUSE Y usHOUSE uoru our ' HOUSE Yoo , ' - : Y , "- ' : ..: . ..' ; :. m ? ,1?U+, ? g ,' m "1 ;, .'. IUr:: OUSE WALL'ACUACII S-" .ALLACHu S ELIZADETH STRET? , ?' ALLACII'S - . -·,· - :c -- .-, .lTwo dloo' fro Pot . Oit . '?ice List Free on Application; or Pamphlet. ' A. LACIS Substactis? l Dinin ? g Roo Suite in Hamirlothr, compel. : : .-:i: smand .foau Sp. in . -Fra es1 . .. ls ? , - :·+..-la s aI - SWAILACH'S Co Dining ' Room Suite i Riea LGather, consisting i o.Elegntly Caor?ed Back, Lrge andComfortableGents E-: sy Chair, d. Ladys Chair . ,and six ta vo DiningChais so am a WA:T.ACHCS Srotrnlde.ra Rent Woodat tiCasiceaklhin Room Sokte umrarcgomoiSulutntialCoth, :: oEas3 tChai:oandsi.st.o-.-.g.. S mll CChr .. " . . a. : :" WALLACE'S Substeti-tl r?Po?-ioromr suite. om ecn, a g o?ch,o aents, nd Lady's Easy i Walnut Frame, consistin ? of Handsome C oi?ci, Ge...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 March 1884

News in;Brieef. . A branch of the Aust;alian Natives Associ ation is to be formedin Footscray. Mr. Soper lectured on " Love, Courtship and Marriage" on Tuesday evening. The firemen's race at. the Rowing Club Sports is to be with hydranta A third cab is now to be s'een at the local Railway station, plying for passengers. At a fire in Collingwood on Wednesday three horses were burned to death in the stables. A deputy registrar of births and deaths is to .be appointed for Varraville. . Rowing Club Sports tickets are in demahnd and the programme promises to be a big draw.. The wine, fruit, and grainexhibition, has been very successful, and makes a splendid show. .- The Rev.,l LRordan.? ill.preach to:morrow morning and evening in .the Presbyterian church." ', The Rev.?J?.eMercer, B.A, ofBallarat, wi. preachl at St.- John's Church to-morrow both morning and evening'. An article on the formation oi a Fobotscray branch of the Australian, Natives' Association is held over for'ouir next issue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 March 1884

: mportant Notices. DWVARD>T CAIIILL; /cf'ithiRI ING. E SUN I QTEI bgst inoidfyt L Public that having rented from the. Messrs. -Clrnsidc ith??1)DOCKSadjoinin Is ":The above, building is onow vacant on any evening for Lectircs, :Tea Meetings, )ialls, Socials, &c.: The Lodge" Room up s!airsjis also to'. bethad at a?. ver reasonable .ligure. For furthe'iinfirmiini t aipply t~i A.:r 1R; IT) and Co., .R'yal .iuidikngs,;" iarily Stieet. ' ---The iarraville Brirckma>ing-' Companyj);?:. Cowper Street; Invite Inspection by builders andtothlirsof a Kiln just openid. On and after date they are" prepared to supply the trade with o.o of the best Briecks wcckly at.curren t ] "..LJ,,GHTING. Tanager. '."OUR. :OYS." ' "OUR. BOYS.'"'+ The : FOOTSCRAY- IOWINvG CLUL ATHLECTIO S PORTS!T Will be held in tihe EASTRG ANiSTREEYR-V - :"EAS'T ElR "O N sL'A V^?"/)'" Under l??L F .atron ,gei of ti?- oun-'il nuning, Juinping, Qi? , luss-nm -ring, :Dancing, Jolllly iler,.. Twosand-Thrces, i Anit ,:S...

Publication Title: Independent
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Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, MARCH 17TH. Before R. G. Neale, J.P. RELATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 March 1884

.Justice of Peace Court. MONDA'; MARCu 17TH, Before R. G. Neale, J.P. "ELATIVFS. Collins v. M'Ivor. M'Ivor v. Collins. Moss v. Collins. These case were all heard together. Mr. Gillott appeared for Collins. :Mrs. Moss and M'Ivor swore that Collins, who is Mrs. Moss' son-in-law, came to her place one evening and abused and assaulted them. Collins totally denied this, and said that his wife had robbed him of everything.and taken all his bedding, etc., to her mother's house. All the cases were dismissed. S DRUNKS. Tyrell was discharged with a caution. John Octaviouis Adolphus Gustave A'Beckelt again made his appearance, and smole a smile when the magistrate let him off with a fine of 5s. , AN I)NItGNIIr. , William Doliherty, llite landlord of the Plough Inn, was charged with using insult-' ing language. SlIe pleaded "Not guilty." , Constable Warne deposed that on the 3rd inst.. he proceeded agalinst a person named Imms for haviig no' name on his dray, On going outside the Court, he- saw...

Publication Title: Independent
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LOST & WON. A STORY OF A SISTER'S LOVE. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 March 1884

LOST/& WON A-STOK?Y? b F i'SISTIER'S LOVE.' nil ,'iiis ould i eiii tthe feiial iportion of-b fl ru??r?iimmod ;family were' ?1rt unider ilc cire oft Irs.: M'Donald, and many' Sijoi ?dcyitlid Iarol? l miake aiross t Iseiplains: to spirid an- escnin' in their sociiytl H -Ic ias'a most attentivr. br-tller, theo woman raid a.?the firsttffe ,isitsi, lhfutrt t hese she .was less open nheiril: ''remark' aw as otlh ?did; irthat the gret attraction ,hichr drew himl like a lo:id-stoned wias the presence of Magi'e ThI oltd ltidy s'heart hid warvirmed to the" girl'' afdi?d ibw rejoicerdr in iher:good forlimin;e?fori theh characterr of: Harold .wa well knownL i to be siozs fr??t sanis rCprohc, and felrdaisels couIldhravre oke. onhis sunmy face -odr:ma-il) fprm without admirtio??,?i " : "It-.ill he wee for: the lassie?.she,will. lae a riclit gudr man;ifs wewl a:h a bonny n-ae, and syne thiere's'no miony lasses wad turn up 'theirt noses'at'the laird 6' Sunny Blanks even "if he war .humpiy'y...

Publication Title: Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 March 1884

.LTHE 1400KOUT. 'Lock out 4own there, for I'm abot to hoot. ' YANRpu YObT.' Of all the stories of hun;an butchery, and alas ! they ate many, since malice put it in the heart of Cain to slay his helpless brother, there is none more deyilish, cold-blooded and atrocious thani that told of the massacre of Baker Psbha's qrmy at Teb, From particulars rboght by the mail it scenis thLit the poor murdered fellows wit neither able nor willing to cope witr: ,:icir fierce adversaries and were simply led out like sheep to the slaughter. Says the war correspondent of a Home papr :- "Thanks to their agricultural practice and tradition they can dig and delve to perfection; but their employment in battle is sliheer crime and idiocy." On leaving their native place for the scene of 'ar '"'an 'of tht: 'lntn harl to he forCe, into th ra'ilwhy criraes. 'they deserted at every olJportunity and had to be embarked in chains i" Could there be anything more wraton, more cruel or murderous than the forcing of ...

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