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ORDINARY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

OrDINAKY BUsINEss. ;..Cr., W. ' titchll .. moved that the .Town Cleirkwrite tiodthi?_conetbrafo?.crecticng- the Stone Crushing plant, warning him that if the work was not completedby contract time, the penalty of ?t per day would be enforced.T Carried. - " f Cr.: ' W. Mitchell said he gleaned from the local papers thalt Cr. Burrows had carried a motion at last Council meeting that 6oo yards of iacial holiocbi plac?ecinjthd nol thward Was that trie ? Ifrso ivras really isonstrous that any councillor could get up and carry sucha: motion without-giving notice. ` The Mayo,.-\Vliysdnome councillor will Lbe getting ip soon ant moving that we appro "priate the balance ifi the bank. (Laughter.) Cr. Johnson said that Cr. W. Mitchell must be ill, as he had found fault with almost every thing. The metal in the north ward was urgently iiceded, as it was all over, the borough. If we have no money ve' ought to borrow, and make good roads and footpaths. ; It. was dis graceful the state in `whicli ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. FOOTSCRAY v. OSBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

-'Football to sooottscray:onr?rdayand'.trie cplutions. witlh the localst'btt from the outset it was evident the visitors were 'overmafched t.tio withstantdihg thb hbsence fromttheir opponcnts' ranksbtfiueh playersas Henderson;Blrown Slhe-: pard and Hord. -HarrisonWivho capitained tle Footscray, lost theltoss and had to kick againis a slightt breeze;bhut despite tliis disadvantage the ball was imnmediately rushed down by tli locals,'ad for somdine tiinet' continued hoveriig. rouahditheir soppononts' ciiidel. The'oi~}trds' played a, plendid, game, 'especially Comben, Kelly and Bennett, but their goal kicking was not Atr; nd 'coisequently j sev?ral easy shots were 'missed' A:' Anderson," one 'of, the Foostcray followers nwas plying in mani cent form, aind appeared to.be'here, therei:and everywhere. At timies the Osborne by spiriitd play rushed;ihe baill to the other endj' but Charlesand ,McDunald sder too good'nd in variably .Centi:the.ball back again. ;The neit noticeable feature was ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. From.Jvhn Mpnk,1 Cowper street, calling attention to tthe disiaceful state of the foo - at iiitfroh t of his plhce.-Referred to me..: -rom the Departnient ofi Public IWorks, statlisg that as the uiinaltat.the Court ifous, was a public'one, the borough should keep it clean, failing this ir ?duld be removed at togcthei. ! a.v ; ~ Cr. Johnson moved that the Police Magi'. rate be asked to use his influence with the Department towards getting them.toputup a door.-Carried. ? I " : ; The Central Board of'Health forwarded a Model bye laws elatite toi the suppression of steam whistles.-Received:l The Inspector of Nuisancesirepoirted several right-of-ways as being in disgraceful conditions; and asked permission to serve notices on the o es oe f property abutting, to have them proc perly' pitched and channelled: The practise of depositing nightsoil in private gardens was becoming-quite-acommon practice, and he requestedpermission-to pro' reed tagainst such offeders.-The ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fox Terriers. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

Fox : Terriers STheIe-lbotirnc and Footscray:Fox,. Terh li IIatn mccting on Saturday, on'the~ r ground,'?. :,theI?? uckiiglianit hotel. Son good spqrt iia; ,iinqssed.'the rabbits going in ,rand i 'ltiig the dlo s siomne e courscs. _onn ty iLliy, riinnii. ?iL?rte.'. Consolatio P,uppy Stakes -won,.b5 Badger,, runner, up +mnah;. -Open Stake, .wo bky;Sir", Jaqc ! , runner u'it Reward. . All Dogs'..takes, wson hv Lilly, irunier u, Flbs's." Thecltfi \b will give . £Lo los. trophy to'be run for on Saturday, 5t July Full particu;las in our next issue. }

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. REPLY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

SCorrespondence. S~ REPLY. T TO TtE E OR OF TILE INDEPENDENT. SSIR,-In refereCnceto thetrecent,summons against me for deficient: attendance of my daughter at the. State school, I may state that the case was withdrawn- against m wvish and protest, intld all that I wanted was to have it triet and decidld on its mierits. I am not one to hide behind- my-position or anything else; and. only. wish. the Fase to .bebrought on again li due_?ntic giyen t-NMN. H J. C. JOttNSON.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. Quoits. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

S poirti nng. . " .::.:" Quoits. Ou1r local champions 'are keeping ip the boronugh fias?e..: On Thursday Messrs. Garner. ahil Williams visited 'Prarirn and 'disposed.!of their opponents in two friendly games. The' inaitches were Tour-hadided; one gsiiii~'"binge twcnty-one points uii and lic othohertfteicn. points.',Our ithletes made teiin;icessary score ws iil? their" frisen'ds 'got fifteeii' asil seven respectively. -A social return match for as trophy was then arranged to come off at- the' Court House hotel this afternoon when Micslcrs Julian and" WSton -vill . play Garner " adsd Williams one .game of. sixty-one points, the: latter will giveth&'Pralhran men a handicdip, of twenty-six'points. .'A match for £25 a sides has also been arranged' between Garner amd Bolam, of Sandhuist to come off at the Courtr House hotel groufid on :July I2th. A return match willibe played at;Sandhurst on a'.laterr diat. i -

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

ROUND THE WORLD. BY A IOOTSCRAYAN It seems strange that we should have rain in Egypt. '.Vet the last day' I spent in Cairo it fairly. posired. `.They said it was the first rain for a number of years (I forget how many) and I took the credit of bringing it to them, for rain followed me'everywhere. I went amongst the bazaars that day. ,The roads were ancle dedp in slilpiery nird and I had'to get donkey' to help'me out. Cairo looked'miserablein the rain, because it is the one thing above all others that it is inot prepared fos and they cannot understand.- .Then there was the. parting again from frienid= ': These partings are un pleasant. You just .begin to like your new friends lwhenyou 'hanve to -part, and now I must bid good-bye t6 inmy Egyptian chum: and start' for Suez to catch- the Mirzapore, for we reckoned that" if shem got straight through the canal she: iould :reach Suez that evening. I started from Cairo at' it a:m.m, and had eight solid hours in a first-class carriage all.td...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

ra - ": ,, ( ,<IIN U inqINSU3 "NO 1, - TICTORI INSURANCE COMPANY,` .?.' .l.` +,,CAP.,,ITAL: ,i coo ,ooo _:; . : . l., Chirman;;Hon:HENRY:.;MILLER. i. -: FIRE,,IARINE, LIFE, and GUARANTEE. :': s.:?. --ý'JOSEPIV COLILIE;, Secretory. S24 Madrket stiecet Mellturie.:' ' oCiLAtRtAgeni fio Footserayu C OLONIAL,MUTUAL- FIRE INSUR -.ANCE COMPANY (Limited):,, . ' PROFITS DIVIDED WITlII0THOSE, NSURED. -Principal Offices: 8.4 and 86 Collins street. west Melbourne. 'q'FIRE r MARINE;' FIDLITY AND 'Prop ctoses; forms of rproposail;,andther. '::inf?oiti6 tnbe oliancnI from' ' " J7!M?, ,,R:T ,. BARR =. ' Ageit for Footscray;and Willianst own SHE COLONIA MUTUAL LIFE , ;-L ASSURANCE SOCIETY .:LIMITED. M.. UTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE, ENDO S MENTS,., ANNUITIES:. ieiNcIrAi. OFFICE.' 84 :E 86 COLLINS ST. WEST, Melbourne OFFICES iNWALL THE COLONIES. s lhe.Ho;a Sir J George Long Inns' MT.?C.' The Hon Sir Thomas Mclhvlirth,. LLDo. K.CIm. - muel Davean rt;.P.: ' ,. . ; .?ih em.T e Lu S aLle muel Lenke, I...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JUNE, [?] Federation—Annexation. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

'ONWARD AND UPWARD.",;: Federation-Annexation. A~~ dtwdo questions have been very prominently brought befor. is''again since the House nieti and-in-many minds the tw6' sem-to havekgot;ito a sort .of fniixtiire~ which/does not?6f necessity follow. In a great numbei0of questions ;Federation wvould be-;. of immense. benefit. to, the coloniesj ialtogether apart from= the addition of any fresh territory' A,' 'the i present Australas ian ,group,~. but, i"hsowever. much ,wemay dread. the occupationof adjacentislands by continental pow?eis; more especially. for the .purposes-' if convict? seftlenent; ity.:b; no , means follows, thaitiwe-:even :asi a .federaited Auistralia wiiould be the. best and proper parfy fo annex, tlake over iand govern such an island as New Guinea, or such territories as the.adjgc'ent groupa: It. must be apparent that even if federated we have ori l ai 'aggregate' populationi of about 5,ooo00oo,0and that to assume the Government of the second largest -island in the. w...

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THURSDAY, JUNE 19TH. Before Messrs R.G. Neale (chairman), Bowley, Newell, and Johnson, J.'sP. NO PROSECUTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

L TIIURSDAY, JUNE.9Tit - Beforc Me.srs.R..G, Nea-?i(chairitian); I;owtly, Newelt tand Johnson P , sP . NO k'ROSECUTOR. C"3i0un f'ello ow' ames-d Yfllim iKcarney was cIsred with,.issanlttng W illiam Jacksbn was disiist"ed ' PTUANCY. 1 Scral ".truiatcy casesfrom Derrmiutt. and ttdepodal the~ton Sdi nlity:evremg ts heyere .nt 't'er F plyi lnipg m ri named Hopkinus, yIo bse Elang, ad Drake, were charged th in6d costs.ing ConstableB Jn0ett and ;Troorperr Kenenagh deposcd that on Sutnd'y evening, theyiecre at the Police' Station anti heuriognsomer' persons making. use of 'obscene language-,\in ' the direction'' of- Monk'S store,; they' went over and found the-'defendants in company with' ,tiers p?lying Ieap; frog andl making use of had language. Finedi~os. intl a5:6d. costs.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, JUNE 16TH. Before Messrs. D. Mitchell (Mayor,) W. Mitchell and D. Newell, J's.P. MINOR OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

' - Justice c:I Peace ,Court: ' s:` . ',MONDAY, JUNE 1I6iiift SJofic? "fiessrs.iD. MitchellC(fayor,;);, ' S Mitchell and:D?-Ncwell 'sP.. : - -.t,.ifs OR OFFENCES.- :,,' :-/; ." i .Tain",¥negligent drivinig oni Swamp :road. Fidn2S;a 6d.adid ' "6d; costs: Hel parted vith thc tin -? ,;:,* -.:'' , ti s: :Heinpel; nd'nnme ondilry; .' 6d; and 25? d:'csts::iVhai'isit inna n-lc5s: {.'e? r . r,.Thfiiis Flincr drivihgoccrifodtpath, "2s. 6d and-.2,s. Gd 6 costs. -.l lunting likce'this' iioti Ed"ward Iayes, no name on dray, s? 6d.d and-a's.? 6d. - osts;. \ ill' leave ;hiS7 cardtl ini :i" "ý^'ý t: ' :.1"" O FFAL './"""'' - Arthur Scullion, in the employ of John hitle was charged wiith carrying oLfal in a cart with. oputhavi ngit properly covered... -. ,i r .- ri. r..W iteadmitted;the offence ,:;y; " -c Sergeant Gray said that the drays had.smnce heenp covered. rr ol~~f-al did not carry o ihc'conseilucn Vic?,' 'r" 1 : . J.' '. Fined ios. and 2s. 6d. co6t'':"; 2IiYri* ' e :?;'-li2ci551,1; . t i n ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

_ uail?ing S&ciet?rli, I a,- T l meeting f Directrswvhs heId on <?-Thursday evening: ? Preact?; Messrsi . Johnson, -Clarki: After ieonfirmation: oft e 'miinu?es, a 1"~rletter was?ead froii11Mr. D' Mtcn ell resigning; Its IpoLýt stPressnni bdent; ,bi ;iang thei Ssociety success,, and,'trusting that; helrvould t xeprescnt all' the shares he lihad intchded to iakc tae'ifn: T re 'essg?nstion was acc ifd, and JMr:J C ;Johnon elected as President:: Also letter from Mr. B French, giving uplthe shares heh: nlvA 7 rcenli had_ ls lied tor, *: -Rhc I& i r&1Y om, Msn'gcgr of"N'stson'shJ5ki :res! jfl.:-u igfrl frmatioi-ofladvances proh .,.aly equirledby the Society- To b e replilied St.o ,si'o d que tion asked slhiatinterest rwotuldjbe allowed on current credit account. .cssrs. imslliurrot sysd B inney werel appointed! to .a.ct as SuotvcyComnittee onapplications f loans on properties. ior. the vacant seat iii the Directory Mesrs:.Bowiey 'and. Fe oný sre t hnomm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

.:"., ..m- 4 - - --UKU '..' ---:, ': YANKEE PO7T. Our ;gun?,(gndm,,torpedoql defpce steamers are,expected.this yweek., After ;'dodgimig; Pompey.', round ,,hal.f the world from port to port and coaling up in: every civilised, and a good..many uncivilised -' portions of'the "globe.- narrowly, ,escaing .being used as transports to convey troops across the desert to the relief of General Gordon at Khartoum;, they will doubtless gracefully "drop their anichors' in Hobson's Bay and.cobfimneiceI iling up the beef- bones round the ships as it.is said;.is done ,round .the Nelson itill they: have to':send down a bone miller to'dispose,of the accuinulate of defdict phosphates' before the ship can c?ia?:'e her i),moorings. ; ,. Should !an , enemy arrive there will be :a chance for our bone' mills .'in"' the' wholesale' line to clear" away tlie'debrfs,"ihnd soiiime,bsoys must be provided to warn- incoming war ships,' especially:enemies, from running on the .shoal of "beef and mutton frahi?iigs"t...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Concert for the Blind. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

Concert for the Bliiid.: O- all the senses that God has blessed with certainly: sight is the mnot valuable, and the loss of that sense is one of the most severe, thatl cg I.eftl.a.Ihuioman being.. Shut up in darkness, unable ,o admire the face of nature, the lbSvely?flo?ers, "ts'e beaitiful "forest, the "magnificence of the earth and :sky?, 'Oh,'?hat an affliction this must be.. Never.to see the srifacedi" ofr mother father, brother, sister: or rfriends',naVhen wie think 6 of:thisoii thainlful ness should stimulate us to every effort tendingto 'Sicrds -'the liha?iness and comfort of;thoss afflicted.ones': It wa!'sihieuh s' feeilin 'dotbt Jless_that.drew ..together...the large- audience :t the Royal Hall on Tuesday.eyening, where a .1cin'trt was 'given` by the pupils of thejVid torian Asylum and School for the Blind. It is impossible to express- the siimpathetic feelings of the heart as the d'ark-ones'" filed in under thlic re'fuliuiidanee of the attendauits; most df l:them were youn...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Chinese Goraon." [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

. Chiinese GoraIon' Niotwithsladiting'thre inclementi stite of the :.weather on Monday evening an audience of about one hunldred chiefly" composed of-men, -attended at St. Johh's Church to listen to the - conversation'al, lectiui :-by the Revi. H.H F. Scott on "Chinese- Gordon." Mr. tScdtt commenced: by.: speakinig'bf' Gordon's eanly life,,and stated that: his grandfathci, (Enderly): , s' ?w,lib oner ofr, the first ship that brought' cynvicts out.to tthese shores.;i Gorldon Iss bor in 1iS33 mand at the age of nineteen wks appointed lieutenant in:tlhe Royal Engineeds. "'\lieh', fhe Crimieani War broke. out-lihe was . ?ried to the frontand'.had~:aivery:narrdvv. escape- in the trenches, one..of .the;Russian, bullets going through his ?hat. In iS64.hec was ;appointed. to quell the rebellion in China which hesticceeded.in dging.'i HIe 'then r'eturned ftobnglanil, and for six:years .liec( a> retired life in Gravesend, and ,dis.t a vast aamount of gbod among the poor. ,He vas a Spiouds ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

ToTIiR EDITOR.O' T1it INDEPENDENT. SI,--I have perused "Marrying Man's'5 letters on the above subject, and his reply to the true and pungent insinuations of" Old Maid," are really;foolish apd amssing. I am afraid "Marrying Man" has never experienced .the delight and:bliss ofthaviig a lover; adid by his' argumeits he would indeed make a stupid suitor, he is not aware surely that a woman's love'isdeep'::fidjtinfathomable; and as to a woman, in.her- proper..senses, condescending to propose, to a man is monstrous and absurd, especialy ,the genits"' Marrying Man," he is no doubt a broken down masher, perhaps he has trifled with'loving heart.andld honlestlitenl tions and has disappointed so many of us by insidious flattery, that no lady of any standing or culture will have anything to do with him, Iwould not give a fig for a man who talks so jeeringly of woman's harmless gossip, what harm can there be in admiring another woman's dress or bonnet? it but shows our taste and intelligence, an...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY DON'T THE WOMEN PROPOSE TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

WHY DON'T THE WOMEN PROOSE' 3 .T IEEDITTO ioTIlLKE1PENqi i SIR,-As a "Marrying Man" takes so much trouble in talking at me and my sex id general., I sitppose1 he-requires an answer, which IT will' eiddeav -td give him, but he must excuse the brevity of it, as being an Olk :Maid I have to get my own living, the conse, quence being that I have no time to waste on 0/Tan.U Inithe:fitst instance,:ILcan) assure_ him I need none of his sympathy in regard to my 'single cohdition. As, had I so wished, I could -hve changed it long-since,-but-I-have not yet seen the man' tohomn, could gye upny -libertol th'ought or acuivrninnd.,ten aain, when he declares that when a group of ladies are seen:talking together, they are discussing dress. Not so, Sir, for in nine cases out often they are'having.ajlaugh at the" men's" expensel jSgirsayingAvl·a'gu" 's~one orf(hcmniodk, anti What a lot theyrthink.of ?'ensslvel,-ad Lbeg leavc to suhgges 6Lth '"LA. iAlrrriiCai should in future sign himself" ilisogynist...

Publication Title: Independent
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GLADSTONE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

GLADSTONE. *TO THE EDITOR OF TlE INDEPENDENT. - SiR,-Having been invited by a friend to a lecture, I attended at St. John's. Church last nightrand, was. uqry .,o.sec-suchi a nspaprse audience,' bu .then' I suppose the weather accounts froLit. It woild be no wonder if.the lecturer lelt'discouraged, the more so, as his health is not robust. The lecturer severely handled Mr. Gladstone's .Foreign Policy, especially condemning that part connected with the subject of the discourse, ".Chinese Gordon." Now, Mr. Editor, there is a maxim to consider every man innocent until he be proved guilty, and that is not the case with Gladstone, yet I remember after the destruc tion of Alexandria, some of the press felt indig nant at the great loss of life and property, condemning the Premier altogether as extrava gant. Then there was the jealousy of France and other countries to contend with, beside Fenianism and other troubles at home to guard against. Likewise there was a scheme con cluded for the Go...

Publication Title: Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRAYBROOK STATION TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

BRAYBROOK STATION TO THIE EDITOR OF TIE INDEPENDENT. SIR,--would you kindly allow me a little space in your valuable paper, to once more .urge-the-necessity-of-"a-platform-or'sid ing Tor iti iresidents and ratepayers of Albion and Braybrook. A petitionis now being taken round to all our resldenrits and rat-payers for .signaturersetting forth ourwantin thi-respect, and whiich, when fully signed will be handed to our respected IlMelber,1forI presentation to the Commissioners. Our very energetic councillors will uot trouble )etnselves much tbi ihe inmtter dconserquently we are 'oblige to shift for ourselves,' anl 'we feel assuredr that (in spite of remarks to the contrary,) our Member',vill'&ive us all thelhelp' he can. At the time the line was opened to Melton, our Member '?ointCd out the desirability of' giving Braybrooka i platform: to' the Miidster, for Rail ways; also a siding at the Dynamite Company's WVorks, which would be much safer r than the one at Footscray. Dynamite...

Publication Title: Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18TH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

BORO UGHI COUNCIL. WvEDNEDAY, u/Tht. Present-Crs.' D. ."tchell: (Mayor) W. Mitchell, Truman Cumingio Cleghori, Stephen and Johnson. .i The minutes of the prev ous'eting ere read and confirmed.. * N CORRE?SPONDENc.. - Letters outward were read and confirme- and the following inward received. From)Messrs. Gillott and Snowden, stating that Mr. F. S. Bradly, solicitor, wanted to -loo c..-*at "slim's contrat,-qt, . lske_--wl' t a?utsoritylShiCnuncl 'oniledt atioe.s1 hedeoost. money.-The Town Clerk was instructed to Frwiri fl--con t ra. -to-i~ es s.G illift -"fdi'd Snowden. '"From same, stating that they had accepted service of a writ, issued against the Council by Nicholson"-and-this -wife, claiming- . 5oo damages Yor 'hjuries s 'st.ined.- L-eft-t3' Mr. Gilfo~ttqit1.l with. *Ž ,:-I )i U From Mrs. Jane Pettit,~ requesting the. Council to call and see'her aibott land they wrote abotti--Refericd tB Town Clerk: -1 "` From II. C. Warsway, Yarra5IBank, Mel psrnel notilying Ihsthheiwas prepared...

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