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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 31 May 1884

T ARGAINS! BARGA IN S B : :: BARGAINS ! Why go tany other shops when you, can go to MONSTER SBOOT: WAR EHO USE, ERROL -ST T ET, HOTHAM, (Next door Catt's Furniture Warehouse) .He l)us fer:Cah I::':' Hesells for Cash ! .. I Conpetition Defied WAL:,LAC H'S WALLACISE TheS. SWALLACHi : n'S iverhsal WALLACI S FURNMIIiRI FURNISH ? WALLACII'S FURNiS t~: i WALLAICH'S ' FURNISH VAL CII: ' Youi SE our Your S * YFURNISH' Your" --ý FURNISIh ..<= IIOUSE ' Your A' FURNISIlh HOUSE ' - Vour_-k . - -:_ t1IOUSE. IYousr ---.--- HOUSE Your At - HOUSE Yout At - HOUSE Youn At ... . OUIISE. At HOUSE S-- - At .....-... -------. OUSE WALLACH'S At', WALLACH'S At WALLACII'S At WALLACII'S At WALLACII'S At - WALLAC .. "W??- • ALLACII'S . S'ELIZABETH STREET, WALLACli'S 58'ELI'ZABETH " 58 L58 I STREET.158 - Two` doors fromt Post Office. Prie List Free on Application or Pamphlet. WALLACH'S Substantial Dining Room Suite in Haircloth, compri. i ung Carved Back Couoh, two Easy Chairs and four Spring Bottom...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. FOOTSCRAY V. WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 31 May 1884

TODAY'S MATCHES. FooTScRAY v.. WILLIAMSTOWN N JUNIORS. -This match will be played this afternoon on the: Williamstown Cricket Ground, and is expected to be closely contested.. The Juniors have earned a good name this season for' the splendid way in- which they play togetheir, and by all accounts appear to be very doighty opponents. On the other hand the; Footscray' have got an exceptionally strong tEam, and' if they only play -the game' they did iii 'the second half of the Taradale match there ouight to be no fear of the result.: The following are the team who are requested to proceed'to Williamstown by the 2.30 p.m. train.-Browni Anderson, :Bennett;:- Cant,. Charles, Clark,; Comben, Emmerson, English, Findlay, Hord, -Harrison, Henderson, Hunter, lucas, Scott; M'Donald (2), M'Master, Roberts, Sheppard,' White;, Warren, -Williams ALiBERTS. FORTROSE (znd)-The following will represent the Alberts.who are requested to by on the ground not later than 2. 45. p.m.- Arthur, Brookmaii, Stori...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY MAY 26TH. Before Messrs. D. Mitchell (Mayor,) W. Mitchell, and D. Newell, J.'sP. POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 31 May 1884

JUst tie of:Peae' Coui. _" MN~OE:DA11' AY 26TIH. : ' S Before Messrs. D. .Mitchell (,Mayor,), S W.V Mitchell uiaD\ NevellJ'sP. .. i&Ti6oZEDe . ..... : '.' ; -" ' I;" r6sTr;o: ED .? ;::: ; .-."-^ *! * - r.Two elderly- dames, namedl Mrs ?-Anderson Sand. Mrs.Jackson werei chrged with irsulting behlaviour. f , . ;.! In .-thesc r'cases ,:onr: :behalfi of-' iMr. NW. HI. Roberts whlidliid lieen eoiisa'd to6 defend,.a poslponement till:Thursday wai iasked .;for, wh-ich.svas gB nted.t i; -'i FI IltEARtIS.. . H:, enry trulett ýand: uncan Po'e, 'oung lads residing at Brown's H'ill, iwer charged, liy Constable'WVestuii, with dilichainig firearms iWithirithe precincts of the Boroiughli': They pleaded guilty. A fine of Is. witli"s 6d. costs was iniiicted. N», a^CTTo A>lPERFECT -NUISA!<CE;-~"-"·- ' James Hineman, whom in-the Sergeant 'describeId as abo6iei;Ws fineild aos and 2.. (6d. costs for using obscene language. in a public place:. 1 S ',', \ /" /' '; ': , i- * " r t Rli...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

SBusiness Addresses - B) AINS! BGARGAAIIN S . •|" .BARGAINS IP:.' :. Why go to anyother shops when you MONSTER BOOT WARE4HOUSE, (Late Arnold), ERROL STREET.T, IIOTHAM; (Next dorto Cdit's Firniture Warehouse). He buys fr Cash I iHe sells for Cash'! ":. . Competition Defied. W KL LACH S WALLACH S ':-FURNISHERS FURNISH w IWALL&CH'S'`' FURNISH ' WALLACIi'S FURNISH ? W.ALL.ACH'S FURNISH' .?,WALLACHS oYour .: U FURNISHi Your FURNISH r FURNISH YHOUSE o -UR ,.FURNISH HOUSE . Your-.- .. HOUSE Your HOUSE Your At HOUSE Your ~ At •'?, HOUSE,--" i-,` ''Yo;i At HOUSE -- At ...-- -- HOUSE . . At' . HOUSE WALLACH'S At WALLACH'S At WALLACH'S YAt WAL.IACH'S,.;o At S::: q.WALLACH'S At. 1 K WALLAC4 .. ".. ' t- WALLACI'S SELIZABETH STREET, WALLACH'S . ELIZABETH Q "Uo'' ! STR:EETH.IO Two doors from rPost O8ce. Price List-Free on Application or Pamphlet. WALLACEH'S Substantial , Dining Room Borlt: i"" lio'Hairtob, corpel: n -- -siCared Back Co oh, S. S '' Easy Chairs and four Spring Bottom Chaurs ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

1ON T: FORtGrT.=The: Codllns: CConcCet L/ . ales plaee on'Mopndgyoighi. 'CG~rf Attractions;. - Impiese 4ea~ "of `Talel l Vegtlloquis, To 4T $6igc, RCCiitstiiois. -Educational. FOOTSCRAY LADIES' GOLLEGE. COWI'E:R STREET, Mrs. MOsTHISERt,Principal.- " DANCI-NG CLASS, 'Second quarter coT meniced':Jufe '5Sth; T"byi l',rofsSorSiART I. Julvenile class:every }Mon-', BELGRAVIA LADIES' SCIQOL, S .CHARLES STREET. MRs. AND TIlE MIssEs-'DIXON'- Are prepared to receive Pupils at, the .anoc I / Address. / Second quarter commenced on the t6th 'April. Terms on application. Music Lessons given.: FOOTSCRAY SCHOOL OF-fARTS F ý':ANDInDESIGN. U New Q lartcir 'cominfjinjdcZonELApril 4th. u Stlscriptions 2s 6d:per quarter. Classes meet every FIriday,7.30 p.n. Draming ta'iht V'in all'it branches;:f:. ?? Ladies classes separate. R. Bonnet, Iln.:Sec. T IHE FOOTSCRAY MECllHAICS' IN STITUTE AND FREE RIlADING ,-- .-ROOMr-AN-LIlkARIY.-- r- IEIM IIER'sSui ?iSi'Ti. ON--2s 6d l: QUARTER Open every evening from 7. t...

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 XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

LOST & WON. A STORY OE A SISTER'S,. LOVE. BY J. Af. B. CHAPTER XIX.' A week's'travel by such easy stages as the health of the invalid would permit, and the roughness of the roads, which were ?gehterally innocent of. the art of 'Macadam, made advis able, brought-the travellers to, the Queen City of; the.South,.Melbourne,;which even at that period showed promise of its present- architec tural display, but in such a mixed fashion as if some ragged and filthy wanderer from the streets had commenced to attire herself in a .queen's ornaments before having laid aside her prevailing squalid dress. cere and-there beautiful and pretentious buildings (arose out of the host of temporary wood, iron and even canvas structures that had been hastily erected to accommodate the tremendous growth of the city, which had sprung up as it were a mush room, in a single night. `; Wide 'streets'.were laid off, from which the original stumps were not ?yet extracted, the dust or mud lay by the loot dee...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Abstract of Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

Abstract of Sales.* SATURDAY JUNF x4th.-At three o'clock, on the ground, near Burrows' Timber Yard, SBtilding . Material.-J. J ,?1 ' 'BARR, Auictioneer.' - ' .

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. FOOTSCRAY v. WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

Football. FOOTSCRAY V. WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIORS. These two clubs met for the first time on Saturday on the Williamstown Cricket Ground, and after a most exciting game victory rested with the Juniors, who showed superior play and kicked five goals to nil. 'This appears to indicate that the! juniors h *ad all the best of the game, but such was not the case, as all through, the game was very even, and in the. second half the Footscray played a fine game in opposition to one of the best junior teams playing this season in or! ardund Melbourne. The visitors were nothing daunted at three goals being kicked in the first half; hut continued to play their uphill game in at hdmirable manner, and gave. the Junidrs bck' as .iucih-as the latter could' do in.the way of.deferding their citadel, The Juniors, however, must be complimented on the splendid fortm they showed, and it is no di.grace for the Foootscray to acknowledge their superiority. They play real football, ind the secret of their success ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1884. Dynamitards. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

\'ONWARD: ANDI UPWARD." -OOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JNE 7, IS4. : Dyiamitards. THE' iecent intelligence that the colonies'iere to be visited by a gaing of, the murderous idiots, who think that Ireland's wrongs can be remedied lby' destroyinig public 'buiildinigs iiid killing 'innocent people, brings the questionpihome-to ourselves in a very emphatic manner.- 'Wfiat possible co?h 'riection there can be betweeti thd settle ment of;the Irish Land ques6ton and the blowiing, u,,of the Melbourne Post Office, ublic Library, or" Parliament House? is.a questioi that none bditari insane or designing villian :would ever attempnt to( formulate. But, being threate'ned:.'withi'a share of. the: reign .of terror it; this free. land, where Irishmeri are as iiuch it liberty as others, and ,enjoy more'than their. fair share of the ;good thingsf, Government gifts,. it- is only wise of the people of the colonies to consider the situationh arid -decide whether ithis warfare 'against society shall be'carriii 'ni...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Board of Advice and Mr. McLean. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

. The Bolard of Acviae and Up to" the presintilthe Bor br hase observed discretionary silence. To all attaicks and mis-. . representations' tlicy have.iurned ahIde'cdar For months,past their actionshhale been' held up to ridicule in the columns of the Footscray AdverM, i'r, and yet no atteinpt was inmade to justify, their conduct..-sWl?Vy this reticence? The. answer: is simple: The Bodard"sere' strong in the-conviction of their 'iictitude and ;. did not.wish ,unnecessarily to wound the feel ings'.of the gentleman- ..principally, involved. .They.;consider, however, the time tospeak. has arrived, in order that the Iuhlic nmaybe in possession ;of.the. true' faictst th'e.case and draw their conciisions 'therefroim,. The Board .liave therefore the honor to. subit itiheir "official statemenit' made to the Miliister!of ,'ublicInstruction,-(Mr;-:Service),--nd -at'his .request. It ,substantially cimprises the whole case and has only attached] the'necessary .aiditions resulting from the-ileci...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News[?]n Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

Parliaaent mieets on Tuiesday next. The population of the colonyis estimatcd at 938,937.: ; - Thirty-eight new Electors Rights, were issued in Footscray and three in Yarraville. More ; applications .are being : made, for licenses to establish noxious trades in the Borough. A'concert will be held on. Tuesday evening in the Presbyterian Church, Yarraville. A very good programme has been arranged. The second gathering in connection with the Royal Assembly takes place on Friday evening next in the Royal Hall. : " Our reiders will regret to learn that Mr. Michell, an old and respected resident has been, and is now seriously inidisposed. For the Kororoit divisiofi of the Footscray -electorate; five new electors rights were issued on thesiipplementary list. . The council hav; accepted the tender of Mr. W. White for the'erection ol a stone 'crushing plant, the price being £248 5s. 6d. The match committees of the- Footscray Football Club will meet at the Independent office on Tuesday. evenin...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOUNT DERRIMUT AND THOMPSON'S ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

MOUNT DERRIMUT AND THOMPSON'S ROAD. It was remitted to Cr. Christie and the Secretary to arrange for calling for tenders for construction of two small portions near the railway.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Pea[?] MONDAY-JUNE 2ND. Before W. Mitchell, Esq., J.P. CRACKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

SMOXDAY-JUNE 2ND. p+ +Beforc W. Mitchell, Esq., JP CRACKERS, .A respectable looking lad naimed William Stewart was charged with insulting behaviour. Constable Rushford deposed that the prisoner, in company,with about thirty others, was .creating a disturbance in Ballarat street, 'Yarra ville, by letting off crackers and throwing them 'bnipeoples houses.. - Mr. Ilorsfall, a grocer, gave evidence that Stewart and several others had annoyed him greatly on Saturday evening and on other occasions. Serlgeait Giay stated that the other boys would be proceeded against on Thursday. Stewart admitted his guilt and expressed his sorrow. -Fined lRos. or24 hours. - 7 -- AMtONG 'TRAsP. Tlhomas'Forrester was charged with abscon: ding from his foster parents. Sergeant Gray informed the Bench that this boy had somne time ao been boarded out with a Mrs. McConochy , ii Footscray, but had run away from her aind been seit back to the Industrial Schools, Frioin there he had again been bWitrded but in anot...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATER TABLE AT NEWMAN'S BLACKSMITH ALBION. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

WATER TABLE AT NEWMAN'S BLACKSMITHK ALBION. Three chains of rough channelling were ordered to be done.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

Pf course wel .were anxious tosee the pyra mids of Gizeh-Egypt's lion show-and accor: dingly,' making?h llý arrangemeiits the precvious iiight; we set out.'on, thleSaturday morning or them.. Ve' c took a carage this time, for the baronet;.would not conie'down to donkey riding in'tihe day, tie. ' - i LTheree:werefour in our party.; .Two, who iad; beef there;before, hiad got'so knocked about that they came: 'oii the second tinie' with us, to see ts, get'juriped up to.the top and abused by the Arabs. . . .. 'The pyramids, lie about nirie miles from Caro to thi west, on the other side of the Nile, tnd .on the border of the Great Sahara desert. '!Wecrossed the hisiorical Nile by a fine iron bridge, and passingthe palace of the Khdive on.our left, emerged throigh the wall and into, the. straight avenue 'which- runs direct to the pyramids.; . It is a nice drive. The road is raised some height -above :the surrounding, flat. coquntry over which the ,Nile their name' The fieldi on eithei side...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

V ICTORIA +INSURANCE cCidtPAlqy , ·,,;! ;L"CAPITAL: £rxoooIooo)r <, , , a Chairmani Hon. IENRY." MILLER.;!:. FIRE, :MARINE, LIFE, and GUARANTEE : .n.?? ,rJOSEPH COLLIE;;Secretary. .i24 Market street, Melboiarne.. (' ,d I:. ,: ?'W. M. Ci AR ,,Agent for. Footscray. P . (oLNIA UTir UJALDFIRE INSUR !" ' ANCECOMpIANY (Limiled); R ... '7..'.: r "7i!:'i PrincipalOffices': l bun7 84 and:86 Collins street' wet, Melbourne.' FI:IRE-j'M.APNE. 1DEIT.Y . AYI! GU ARANTEE 'INSURANCES ACCePTED -AT LOWEST .,CORRENT;RATES OF PREMIUDM. " .V L.' JACK, Secretay. - Prospectuses,forms tof·propbsal;'and! other i. frm.ation to,? ,obtainedfrom . i , t l. -Agent tor FtscrayandWilliamstown. iE 'COLONI1IAL. MUTUAL " LIF] I. w ASSURANCE SOCIETY. LIMuTEr MIUTUA1L,LIFE A1SSURAŽ.CE, ENDO]V ; d,,," , JIENTS,, ANNUITIES. I ": ",, -,,, t: : .';:"PRINCIIAL.OFPICEtr:::: "FS :.C ; 84 ,86,COLLINS ST WEST. Melboure OFFICES IN ALL TIlE COLONIES. ThIeHon.S Gorge LongInnesMk1.TS.C, ;. Thie Hee.'Sfr 4hoPios MIclwtath...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lodge Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

ON Lodge. Fixtures. CROWN' OF SUCCESS LODE, G.U.O.O.F* --Monday, June 6th; -at- Belgravia-Hotel. Geo..F.. Sutherland, Secretary, Leeds street-" LOYAL..FOOTSbRAY?.:LDGEn' M.'IU..O;O.F. No. 5631. - Monday,. 16th -June, rat Lodge Room, RbyaUHaHall/ta. 8'!?.m.. -'! DAWN.OF HOPE LODGE, I.O.G.T., No. 253, ,.'Meets 'on Moridayj e 'enlngs in the iMetho/ - dist ,Free Chuich, A indersoi-st, Yarraille. LOYALYARRAVILLE LODGENo 73,I.O.O.F. -- Meets on rryednesday, T8th Jime;',at U.M.F. Church, -A'derSdnstreet -Janimes -Baxter, Secretary, Cistlemaseitestreet' Yarraii LOYAL BEUCINGIIA! .LODGE, I.O.O.F., No. 75,'Thursday, .June 19th, Royal Hall, -et. 8 p.m.`-A ,Turner, sea . Errol-street. INDEENDENTr'- ORDER or'-' RECHABITES, HAVELOCK: TENT,- NO. 81:-nMeet Iat Wesleyan. School-room, Hyde atreet, ever secon d :fodrth muesdlayinnthe"innot R Pearce, secreta(ry.:-- " "'?. -7 COURTRtIS1NG-SON;fA.O .F- iiday, 9th' SJiiune,' Belgravia "Hotel, t: 8 o'clock. A, P. Mitchell, secretary, Errol street. Ivy. LOD...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

For Sale. P TOR SALE.-WASTE PAPER. App y r IndfepudenI Office. F IRST-CLASS CHANCE.-One of the BEST .-HOTELS out of the City; doing 5 5to £60 iper week. Twenty-two rooms; open for a long lease. For particulars apply to J. M.Barr. NE HUNDRED' AND TWENTY . SPLENDID LOTS for Private Sale in the Mackay Estate, best part of Footscray, high and dry, capital prospect, wide streeLs, deep allotments. Easy terms randlitile certificate.. J. M. Barr. 6OR SALEk yinivateba3r;; in, 4Splendid F Lot, r ifee ilo'inch'e to ;roop. ' Steet, x 136 feet to riglht-of-way? i feet wide ;terns SOR, SALE by.private bargain-r4inomed 1 House .di ' a P iDohaldlstreet; wiih ine Allotment go.ftM deep, toa right-of way. *J:W Bairr./ ' : l-r: BuckinghOaTmi Stietl;iland, '40.;x'99, S garden..gas andwater. : oo.. J.. MBarr.;, OR SALE, O'ie'itri'eet,'" Yrraville, WiiFOURLOTS; 132,x!-.46!.in one or TA -AND'F Ui Sale, Williamstown, SPLENW ",.:.DID ALLOTMENT, :Nelson Place; 22x40.?? ALLOTMENT,'LittlI?Neli:Street, 2x' 50;: ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARREARS OF RATES ON OPEN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

ARREARS OF RATE3 ON OPEN LANDS. ing. - Rates due bythe late Mr. Reid were ordered to be written off on account of poverty. Several alterations were ordered in the Rate book on account of change of residence, etc.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW VALUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 June 1884

NEW VALUATION. The Secretary was appointed to make a new valuation returnable by the October Mfeeting. Remuneration twenty.five pounds, inclusive of what may be paid for searches and surveying.

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