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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

BIRTHS. PALMER.-On the 22nd April, at Hobbs St., the wife of J. J. Palmer of a son. Both doing well.   ENGLISH.- On the 27th April, at Cowper Street North, the wife of S. English, of a son. DEATH.   SHEPHERD.- On the 24thApril, at Heidelberg, Henry Camp; beloved husband of Eleanor Shepherd, and father of Edward R. Shepherd of Footscry, aged 66 years.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

News in Brief. One .day is worth:thre' to'him who doe everything in ordei r.;;"',.. The reward of'doina one duty is the power to p'erform.another .' , ,Ice half ainch thnck on Thursday morning at Lancefield sinowballig soon. : Firen i mutton to be shipped direct to Paris from Australia. . ' .The Australian eleven have all arrived in Lonidon in good health. ' A'+ meeting of the Footscray Building ,Society will be held oi Tjhursday cvni . d m'fLadies cani now :.ta?edeges_?JOford College. Thicb will go in for boat racing soon. ý-The. directors~. meeting of:theFdotscray' Building. Society takes place on Thursday evening next. The match .Coinmittee of the Footseray 'Football Club will meetnt- thelIndeflendenC office on:Tuesd?is evening.. - h, . '_Thc Odobo ittee.Od the.Footscray Cricket Club will meet atithe Irndtr?t d1 Office on Wdnesdytven . = The I"Demiob" is 'busy. .train'l; on the Parramatia, River, .New South , Wales,. nad Sydney Scullers think" he 'ill'leave Brett in the wash'., ,...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

TO-DAY'S MATCHES. The Footscray will play a scratch ma:,h tOis afternoor. First Twenty v. next Twenty three. First twenty team, Anderson Bennett; BIrown, Charles, CombLen,l Findlay? Home wood, Harrison; Hard, Hunter, Hcnd rson, Johns. ri Lii.as;,Mt'DonaJd (2); Reid. Se?iti?i?? ,c ?,?Warren, Williams. The Twenty-three w 1 hbe chosen on the ground. AI.rER'IS V. CLARE.NtC-The following w iI reprosent the Albherts; Iwho are requested to be on the ground not later than 2,45 p.m. Arthur, Brassch, Brown; Comhen; lawsos, Dohxrty, Emerson, Huggan, H'trrt, Huntqg, JTsincr; M'itster; -M:E-ari, Payne, Stone, O'Hallorahn;'Smith, Storie, Thompson, Ryan, Brhokman, Grpensw id, . *

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. Football. FOOTSCRAY v. WAVERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

Football. ] ' -, '?s " : i.'.7:- : · -." .' i The lit irieeliiV' libetwen tle two clubs took ieac on Saturdaiy in' the preence of a2 very :large nuil. .r of spectators who evinced great interest in thi gamne and were very de-I m?onsttative in their applause. ,.:The Footscra?, .weire?liakened by the abserice ofihe brothers. iM 'Donald and Linden; but their places were' supplied: y?-;Brown;, Comben and. Hutton.i The.?.savertey hadIl plaing for themn as substi-I tures--'MMaster- and flordi- from :the Excel-: -sir. iloth showed goel fornild id the latter,1 stho'c play was`smuch admired has since cast. in; his lot with-his -lstS: aturday's opponents.i -i?.l eid cnitaiited the locals aitl lierry the, visitcrs::: The-litter v.on the toss and clccted; to kick with the wind.'f: he .b 11 as sent on its mis~sion by;one of lncnet' long place kicks. It?:was returntedl by the W.aecrley's backs andi for a! ling tine kept in ithe ccntre Despitec the great' adantage ol the wind the Footscrayj urged ...

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 XV. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

A STORY QOFr5ASISTER'S-LOVE. It :woulkd i?ithous to follow staige by, stage the log o'erland'jourine of our party .from iBathurst, iin New-Sooth \yales, to Beindigo in Poit Phillip, tliosiewho hlave gone through the toils of ravel ih:the tarly days can .appreciate the difliculties, ?an the passengers now, a (days "vsio~w'r hiskd'fromh one: capital; torimoter itianday andil night by the steam hiorse, cannot form thie .iosttremoteidea of. th'e toils thia were unaicdred:.in Ithe nomadic:: :lives of ithe isners i following the -rushes that took,place, r' :the~'inmnese distinces: traversed in :the pursuit of golhb, oser :the ,wildest couniy, fording: riversdanid creeks innumerable; all 'nnocent of bridges, crossing steep ranges -byy blieakneck tracks, threaiing dense forests in all theirivirgini lu.iuriasn e of tangled :lrake .antid fallcn timber,. cutting, paths through thickets of nimlle scrub :traversig ide prairie plains, where the course had to be steered by the sun b?' da?j and the...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

----; THE ! LOOKOUT: ' ItXs somewhati strange how. persons troubled With the cacoethes scibendi, but not .-l'ossessing a ny more. moral or physical courage than itrequires'to stab a miian in the dark, orir hiot' hil from behind a hedge; show their -slimy irack by -fiing upon: a nom, de lume that indicates their weight, worth, and character. A" better- illustration of this could liardly be given than a lett`e which l:appeared: in an outside paper,. makig a villaiiously low: attack on a private residerit, and others who were his guests some time ago.' The coarse minvective,vwhich is on a level: with: the pabulSin appearing in the columns it, graces,.is signed XYZ.;, ery. indi-B cative as the dictionary piiits out- '. for: Xa tippe, " a tiiodel 'shrew, 6, scold, andthefe is a deal of Biddy Moriart "aibout the diction.:: Y. for Yahoo, a savage brutal person, a rude lboor: ?Wilblanyone .who has read the diatrit d?iioit t?:; And Z.'r pay, a: buffoon or fool In all likeljbood sort of 'inne...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

i cran go to ;:fi?: i-,:, M.,-ONSTER:i BOOT, WAREHOUSE,. (Late Arnold), ` cERROL ST"REET, I .HOTHAM .' (Next door to l Calt's Furniture Warehcue) He buys for Cash ' IIe ' ells ? . Ca sh. ' : WALLAC LACH' WALLACH'S Sihe SWALLACH'rS s ""Uni-ersal WALLACH'S FUIRNISIlllh , .-i WALLAC'S FURNISH? WALLACII'S FURNISH WALLACII'S ' FURNISH. WVALLACH'IS Y?a ? FURNISH , Your FURNISH Your FURNISH V Yoa FURNISH HOUSE r. Your FURNISH HOUSE Your HOUSE YourE HUIIOUSE Youro. At HIOUSE a,, At. : HOUSE . , ' . At .. HOUSE - WALLACH'S At ,,WALLACHS A- , - WALLACH'S At WVALLACII'S! As W VALLACIlS WALLACII'S ELIZABETIHSTREET, WALLACIIH'S S T R:EiE T;, I :Tirow doors from Post Office. Price List Free on Application or PamphletL WALLACH'S Suabstantial Dining Room Suite in Haicloth,, -comprlI si ng Canred Back Con?h, two EasyCahtirs and four Spring Bottom Chairs in Good Cedar - WALLACH ?:Csr Dining RRoom Snite in "?i.::!i . . Ra1:Leather, cnsisting? '. i i-.:Ma.tsive Shaped FrontCouchi with Elegantly Cared B...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

- ' Educatioial ' B ELGRAVIA: LADIES' SCHOOL, MRS IANI *T'rv Is'sRs DIXON, Are prep arcd to r:cevce I pils itthe aoe Second quatter commenced on the 6tih Apl. "qrTehs on application usicL-essons nie ,; OOTSCRAY .SCIHOOL .'OF' ARTS AND'DESIGN. ,New Q'irter edriicnmcd~iaii April 4t1' roSubscriptions 2s 6d.. per qiarter.. .; . Classes meet every Friday 7-30 p.m. nii ' 'Drawing taught in allits.branches; :. ,; :'t .,Ladies classes separate ;,-: . i :. ,I R.iennet, .Secr ary. T HE FOOTSCRAY :,MECHANICS" IN S. STITU'TE ANDI)FREE '.READING - ROOM AND LIBRARi. MEMIIER'SSUiISCRII ION-2s 6d,t.QUA?TiER iOpen.,every ~eSening, from. 7. t till ,io. :Daily,; Veekly, anld Illustrated -Papers, Scien tilic ?Journals,-and I Miigazines on, theTables. The lending librarye:ontains, 2o solums. School of Design cvry Fridlay. : VILLIAM PERL, Scc iV. H IEATHCOTE (Organist at' St John's Church; Foolcray) TEACHER of PIANOFORTE ANo `:CABINET ORGAI'N Town address Bl rifort i'House, Drunm moo'd-stieet North;,Carl...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1884. The Farce. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

i t t I "ONWARD AND UPWAiRD." I'OOTSCnAY, SATURDAY, MAY o, 1884. ,The Farce -' - h WVe h'ad intended to;i'ritthe sily farce enacted at tie -Mcchanics' on .Moinday with that easy good nature that sensible people usually extend to children and: fools; but: unfortunately the vindictive mischievousness of soineof the gabblers i:ast of suchi ai nature, thait in justice. to ,the gentlemen coimposing.. the Borough .Counicil, wie are reluctantly comipelled to..riotice tand refutc.the mialicious prevarications. To begin with, from the.: way the.-trio of indignant champions tooted their miser "able, tin truimpets, and heaped mud on the nine incompetent noodles,' as they iere termed by their intelledtual defamers, there, is no doubt that .the brains of the borough have at last found a location : in the three skulls, -and- the ..Manure Worls' would' be a mine of wealth if a supply:of such mater ial could be had to operate on., In fact there is heaps.'of ;money to be made even now, if one could ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Footscray Liberal and Protection Association. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

Footsorayiitieral and Protection Association §,. The ajourned: annual meeting was held on Monday evening the :President occupying the chair :After-preldimin iy; bu?tines had been 'disposed? of theSeeret?iry ridmd'itie orit'atnd tineesheet for theyear the tter9shwing a'eredlit 'batincee and a'-nanmiiiius vote of ,thnks'ikwas ideorcled for lis "servicesd? -The follotwiig weie: app6itinst officr e'foiP the en' suidýyear =Preiddeit; D r li?-. tii? y I vice ;presideniits Messrs?JC?gJo?hn'soin, Aiken-and Slade; secretary andt'ireasurer, Messrs. T. ~Waters anid' Michelli re electe1d 'dlegates, Messrs. Johnsonn anit ?Waters , sccftatry.?. t comositte'o : fsevne? ibersAwawalso appoiii tedi/ahd ,theimeeting adjouedd' TAttacihed.is the annual report m r w "" '. a ,'-I' _o.,he.Olficers of the'FootscrayLilbera iand Protection Association: : ' , p Gentlemen; , , S '-/.'? : " ?I is now -fivc ycarsr hsince -we re= organised from theo61d \Vest'Bo{scl? Loyal Liberal. As?siciitidnIt lWVe ten became; a...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, MAY 5TH. Before W. Mitchell, Esq., J.P. LET OFF EASILY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY. MAY 5TIH, Before iW. VIitchell, Esq.; J.P/: i LET OFF EASILY. A young man named Peter Bolam .was charged with having ng name to his dray. He admitted the offence. Sergeant Gray stated that the defendant had given his wrong name and address and the police had been a month finding him out. Tlid"niaiitrates last. wpeek had fied his i ate ,Cr pound for givin~ ihe.' "ollce ?' much trquble. A fine pofzs. 6d. with as. 6d. cosis w inflicted. A A respeetaly 4lppks Wdipap napled lirs. Hickey was charged with being trupls ani. disorderly. She appeared to feel her position aeutely "pd cried bitterly while Constable Rushrord was giving his uyVdepee. Mr. Mitchell was unwilling to reeord a eon= viction in the books and discharged her on the understanding that £t *as put in the poor box. ' ". ' -·: " : , *

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Braybrook Shire Council. MONDAY, MAY 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

&Braybrook ShireCouncil.:L " MONDAY,' MAY 5TI. : Present-Cr M''Lagan (President), Dixon, Christie; IBarnett, Manning, 'Grahan,' and Hopkins. "The minutes of the .previous, meeting were read and confirmed.i " : i. 't /. J. The inward correspondence was also read'and adopted. The following communications were received: Under Treasurer forwarding voucher for endorsement to 3oth June, :.£673 i5s. 3d. Subsequently received by Bank. : : From Government 'Statist, Census of Victoria.-Received with thanks. From P. Egan, Albion Pound Returns for six months ending 30th March, Fees a2s, 6d,- Received. From Secretary of Mines, New Regulations under Eiplosives Act, from which the following is an extract:--" All carriages'used in the conveyanceofexplosives along public roads shall .be of good and substantial construction, suitably; roofed, and capable of being securely closed by means of doors and locks, and shall have the word "EXPLOSIVEs" painted in plain and conspicuous letters on both'...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

Newdin Brief. One- thousand unlpyeio parading the streets'of Sydney, I.'i : The consideration :ofl.the petition for erectibio of abbatoirs in the Irdugh hras beeni postponed for a "ontli??,a Thei lock'mills'at 'Yalle hadnarroW, escape from being burnt l6wn on a :?lL result of the "Demon's" pull for the Anateur: Championship of Australia will be posted at this office to-morrow evening. 7Mrt;,Barr ftfe' "for sale this~dy4ajallotme'itn tin ..Hi?-ra dljid .advancing `tloclity Picktt; 'street:' also lots in: Raleigh street. " Rowing Club will be held on Monday. evening l'atthe Belgravia .Hotel. " The Cricket Club Bazaar.has been definitely Jiiud-ef':fi" ih k'is' ei rufily,ý" and"" willy be open on WVedtisda, Thursday,-: Friday, nd' Saturday. c-"--' i- : = :sahlGrsit ha grown, irJapanese plum that weighs nearly twelve ounces, and, over eleven inches in circumference. That' b'eats' the' Village pear enitirely. ') . ' - . The "Nil DesperaRlum " a new- bakery. forthe supply of pure homemadle...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amusing Fiasco. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

Feiion tlie lristol Was fairly out-rivalledi onMoinday night, in our local Mechanhis'-at thei o called iidiiionstion Meeting : : Ttie haltl w??lilled with an audienci e princi,. ~ially conmpuseid of the': Fooscray 'lads with ?i miall sprnklig of resctabale ?ipayers- i it:Tthe chliairman, n I r.tFalkingtai;i, t(who was accon?panied't to h'ielaiforni bythe inyncible Hatriis °.sly)' oteneitd th, eeineeiiigbhyetiress tins ii se iiid dignation at tti aisL nceof iitgo o Itheudlience callil upon some- of their numtber to go on th- plitforni iin lieu of his" bsrent frenids.t In response to the invitation, a son of Erin spehlily'tooiilh tiossevisit?iof ithe:ioest chasi on his right isith'th c v'iientintentib nf i~having: shitof fun, shure.'iS± 7' £ The chairnan thein opened the hiallby i foirming iis hearers, (wihom he persisted in ad niddessing? das rethren, oniitting, hoivo cver the-. dearly beloved?') thati ne hladcoine to the borough so m ainy years ago, that he had ailr'e fdiily, r96 . ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

B'ORBO UU-.H' CTO n^N.O I .C ' : kWEDESDy, MAY 16T Present-The. Mayor,- (D.-Mlifchell,)-Crs.' :W. Mitchell, Johnson, Truman;- Cleghorn, :Burrows, Cuming, Morris, and Stephen. The minutes of-the previous meeting were read and:~ohfi red i - -L CORRESPONDENCE. :. Le[fers outward.,were read aanid- confimed adid ih folloving inward received. -. . From the Melbourne HarLor Trust, referring ;to the deputation which waited upon the Works :Committee re thp , sbjpF .of--deepening the :Saltwater river,. ad stalpg ttats'tsoon as the resideni engineey sends in the report, which he has been instructeil' . ffi?.lh, the result, will be forwardpd -to the (ouncil.-Re. cejved, 'ioii 'J M',eagn, head teacher Central State School, as follows 1-" I have the honor tq request that you will be.good enough.to bring under -the notice' of the Council that no one of tho tenders for extending this school building has been'aceepted. They were all considered too high. Perhaps the site of the proposed tower having ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Loud Whispers. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

.---- - BY NORTH WIND.-' That the Head teacher's letter, re conthaat' for'hdditions to his school, was misdirected, andshould have been sent to. the correspondent of the Board of Advice.- Perhaps the next ofe may, be addressed.tol the Iripector of Nuisances, "vho "might interest4 himself;: in mattIfts- oaciomirodationi,"'ef " ' 'Tht the' ' same"letter is scarcely; comn plimrientary;to -the; financial 'position of the colony, Iif it! may!;be believed thati.ai fe iailway accidenfts might ;soi e;exhaust' the Treasury as t o leaye no funds for, school buildings;-" ' " -"' " That there are dim recolection? of. everal deputatins firo~m :itliBoard of Advice pressing the 'subjet iifschool eitension on the Miiister,' and a sum being placed on the Estimates for that purpose, "Honor to'hoin honor is dae., ;ht Cr.:,Iqhnspihas not; a ligh opinion' n itn agenats as;Cotincillors;i He says.the. have been curses to other boroughsi and here as'well."; ti i C.:ii i, .'. SThati.'theinl- who itsaid onri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lodge Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

L' :- do Fixtures . ;'CRoN:' OF; SUCCrSS LO CoDE t.U; Od.F. : -Mond sy, May 9gtli, at Belgravia Hdtel. S.'Geo. F. Sutherland, Secretary, Leeds streei. ;ovAi .FOOT SCAY' LoiB,- iMU.r.O.O.F. So.!56. Monda' 'igthMay,, 'at ' Lodge Rocm,-Royl Halat p.m DAWN OF: IIo'E I-O I G'T Io253 1 rsets, on' Monday, ''eeiigsi' ithn Metho S'slFrce Church, Anderson -t, Yarravillc LOYAL VARRAVIL.ELoC?LN ENO 73; I O:O:F. M -Meets on 4 Vednesrlny, '21st Mayaai 'U.M.:U . Church,- Anderson street., "ames Si Baxter, Secretary, Castlemainrcetel,Yrra LOYAL BuCKINGituAM?ti Loio;ce;' : .O.O.rF. - No. 75,Thursday,'May22tl ,1 Royal tall. :at' 8_ pi.m.A' Turner, 'sec., Errol-street. i NINEtDE ENDET: OR5ER'FR " O" b"'.RECait . ir's,l "IlAVrIocktt.TENT,..NOT 8ti-Mic' at 'WA\ esleyan School-room, Hyde street, evcry I sccondil a:id oftrthi Tuiesday in? the mopnthi 'R'Pearce,1secretsry.' - ' r jCouii RisIric SuN,.?-O.F. LMonday, ! thti ';May' Belgravia Hotel,:nt : 8 ''clock - : '.LP.- Mitchll; secretiriy; ErroFsti?et, '...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

LOdCAL' BOARD OF HEAILTH. Them'innutes of the previous meeting were read -hd confirmed. ... Fromf Welham, UI ton and Son, applying for a license to manufacture soap and candles in the boroigh: - Cr. Johnson moved and Cr. Stephen secon ded that permission; be ranited.C-car ied. From Messrs. Vaughati and Derham, solicitors, as follows I le iInslecturljairfng rrquestcm[ ;fCstis: j~yi~ u om;_Su it, oud ekeCt son to eaommtunicate~wtth the ýcat13tiaid of Iealth before exrecuting certin alterations to their machinery at the flock factory.. We beg to inform you that by their instructions Mr. Derham will attend the Council meeting to-nrigi;, mand .ejqss per?!?ssion to pfpduce plans showing e priopsed al eratjons and that M?r TLay(p? will also p present in give any eNplqntion lth ht nmay ?, deIrcil, . Permission havipg keep granted to Mr. Derham to ddre-ss the Coonoili that gentleman stated-that his object was to show that the proposed manufactory did not come under the definition of noxious ...

Publication Title: Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

U,.,ROUND;TJTHE.VWORLD.,l I- ?. tl BY A :]OOTSCRA 'rlx 11.'1. The only sight left on toy programme for Italy was''d'ipeii;' iid 'ccordingly nexmt orn !ing foundme travellingby rail to that wonder of winderisthe bhuricd city.'. "Ponii""'lies' about fifteen, muii frodii Nplcsr'rodnd thebayois the Vtbuuyis; side' anid "th whole ine of railiay has a ine. view of the bay o'oii rigit andii the intrior o6f dirty' ack)ards '?ith'mana oni hangingi t to dty e?eirwheeon aour let ", On the road we 'iass, throughi Resina; a tosn• huilt ?n'the 'lava stre:iams that dcoer' te uels neui ti deipth of froni'40 to 'oo feet.' Th attractions at Herculaneum, are at present !liilted.' You go down a dairk flight of nir than a hundred steps, 'ani' come upon thie theatre the only partnyet excavatd but no done can get any idea ofthe'sze orsgenerai l apderance the pace by going roeund yith a lickerhig't ".pei:. "The' geat'depthof, lvaand ashes ?akes it a Iveiydi?cfilt'imatter: t exiavate Herculanilim. wThotghr`...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

,- INSURANCE_. , ICTORIA'INSURANCE CsOMPANY, :,':'''" LIMITED. . CAPITALS £ oo ,o ' tbateisesian Hon. HENRY IILZER' "; 1, ,JOSEPIICOLLIE, Secretary`.. 4, M?:Market street; Melbourne,, .,. SW,M?. CLARK,,AgentforFootscray.i r.I C LONIAL MUTUALT FIREL'INSU?" . ANCE COMPAN n(.imited).'I'..:.T: opi' s DIVIDED WITIt TNosi-AUI,?: Princpal Offiiee:usdintd 84 and 86 Collins street wEst Mellio·· e: FIRE; MARINE,--IFIDELITY AND GUARANTEE .INSURANCES ACCEPTED AT " LOWEST CUREg.T" T4 EOPp'E M?-.-'' s;. -."" '7 -: V.' L- JACt:, .eea?eay ' t pcc ses,forms of proposalD, and other if formation to le obtained from:' s."'uc? l ? i r? ul e... {.. ;. .".; - .;,Rev.ý·f;foiF'oo rWUU~:o LanLL?t M...ghoinn.l , ' . ASSURANCE - SOCIETY."n'Lit Mdlmh'm? MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE, ENDOW rs" ? T PMENTSj.uANNUITIESt a'': . 2&.86 G-OLLINS: ST: WEST,' Melbourne? OFFICES ? s'i: i H E '.: I O itiES1;'I:' :t l ',i Busass Poa LT .' ,:.' S"he H-.Se T. JAQUES MART , Se. s, .il h in... c4 l e .tc L " 5" KC.t -G el? . ,...

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