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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 June 1884

or. Sale. - F" OR1 SALE:.- WASTE PAPER. ApIi.ly, I. :.'dependent Office.,.: ":: . To Let. .pO LT' aSiO110'and TIIRIME ROOMS - I very convenient; larkly street, Foots c ra, next to :W. Geenhalil's, Biutcher. -. , - y , : . - Special Notices.. " " ' -: • ,, - ,'- ,, ,~*, , -. Y7ARRAVILLE BLUE.RIlBONLGOS Y PEL: MISSION MEETINGS anr SE-liihm'iTHnPh h-h'adiSd?? llifirhf-?''ffa evening at cightoi - T 3..nainter Saddler, or-ID pk rcen il, some- 'cr'nic p '-id good footd lls fo.-sa le. covers 15:ji ; :,,, ,, - IJIE,,Cheapst, eaest,,leanst, and best FU EL "'" for dbiomestic us:d.' Coe 'is''a?':iickfutll at.thze Footscray'Gits N "rks..., :! ".:' , NT.OTiCE.-I hereby give notice or y N int'riiion toi apply to 'iW 'LOCAL BOARD OF '1EALTII'ofFootscrhy for their consent to-my establisinhing a. factoryi fqrtf preparation ofsau.sage skii.s, nenr Swanip Road,'1boitscrayI .,- i-i!.n *::! FREDERICK DJXON.r *F OT''- S'C(PRAY^ :EL ETORATIE. 1--.-:FOOTSCRAvbDIyiSION:r ,nS :;.f! -: SUPPLEliNTTY'LiST. ...T...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

ARG, - ', .:AKa GA-' I.N S: W ii go to an)y other shops when you'. can go to R I CH:iAR D S' MO ON ST ER BOOT WARiiEHOUSE, (Late Arnold), L'' RROL 'T T 110 THA3I, '(Next door to ia. Cat's Furnittire Warehouse) He buys for Caish I He sells for Cash . Conipetition Defied. WALLACH'S The WALLACH'S Universal WALLACH'S :: FURNISHIs?.s . WALLACH'S " FURNISH WALLACH'S FURNISH WALLACI'S FURNISH --:::. WALLACW I'S . . FURNISHI WALLACII S Your :'FURNISH ;s Your ~ FURNISHi. ;EYour . ' :FURNISH" Your FURNISH HOUSE Your FURNISH HOUSE Your HOUSE Your HOUSE Your At - HIOUSE Your At HOUSE : - You, At IIOUSE At ...... IIOUSE -At : . HOUSE WALLACII'S At WALLACII'S At WALLACHI'S -At WALLACII'S At WALLACIl'S Al WALLACH'S -SS. WALLACH'S ELIZABETH, STREET, WALLAC I'S 58 ELIZARTET,158 IJ "S T R.EET, iJO Two doors from Post Office. Price List Free on Application or Pamphlet. . WALLACH'S Substantial". Dining Room Suite in -Haircloth, comprl sing Carved Back Couch, two Easy Chairs and four Spring Bottom Chair...

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The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1884. Federal Proposals. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

"ONWARD AND UPWARD." IFOOTSCRA', SATURDAY, JUNe. 28, sSS4. Federal ,Proposals. l'Ro; i the general unity of feeling' °dis lilayeid by the:':ssembly in.; the 'recep tion of tthie lproiosals agreed .to at ,the edeiral Convenition it may; be iintici-' piated ,that they wi-ill be accepted bi: gkib so fir as our Parhliment is~ concerned, and! thuis =a.imost imiportant stceip in advance' h g taken ' tosiirds the desired' enld :.' e aAet he e tnie the question haisbeen put upion a plainer footing by the last despatch of Earl Derby;. who seems ito have beie galvanizied into activity by thie irecent attituide assui?ed by France,.andi now reconmmsends no furtlier loss of tii-e on th'e ' art of the, colonriies, in giving a guarantee. oft £xs,ooo per annumn,on receipt of ,which; either from oneior more colonial legislatures,: the Secretary of State .for. the colohies "will it o-nce: appoint : a. High Commnissioner to proceed "to tlihe islands and take the :necessary stepsito' protec t'lie.Briti...

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FOOTSCRAY (second) v. FOOTSCRAY ALBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

FOOTSCRAY (second) v.;' FooTscRAy. - ALBeRTS. These clubs met last Saturday, for the first time. this season. Punctually to time both teams were arranged. The Footscray winning the toss, elected to kick with the wind, which was blowing pretty strong, thus giving them some advantage. The ball was sent off by Arthur, and quickly returned by the followers of the second, Cant showed some good play, doing a run down the right wing, and finally giving a mark to Dawson, who succeeded in placing first goal to the credit of Footscray. The ball was again sent off from a splendid kick by Arthur, and quickly returned by Emmerson, here the seconds again made the game very fast, and in a very short time the Alberts once more found their citadel in danger. Cant having got. a mark, by a splendid kick secured a second goal for the Footscray. The ball was again kicked off from the centre and marked by Sawvyer, one of the Alberts, and quickly passed to F. Payne, who, however, missed his kick. The Foot...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Municipal. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

As. the ."time approaches when the annual clections; of. councillors. taks place,?ywe revert to the necessity for the ratcpayers;: giving -'attention to.? the matter, so that :aselection of good and ;ultable represehtatives may be. made;. antd the consent of candidates obtaiiied' going-lb default0 The position is one oft considerible.hibnor,' even althou'ghi it involves loss of tinme and a good,deal of personal annoyaance, yet gentlemen 'whose interests are bound up s;ith'the place they live in should 'be prepared to bear their share of the work;, which 'must be'done by soie'one, to build up and consolidate our rapidly growiing borough, 'with its increasing require ments. What is wanted is men of good character and- business- ability, willing to give attention to the duties of their office, and even if, they should not be gifted with the dangerous. power, of talking. against time, the borough will : lo'e nothilig in consequence. Of the menibers who now retire dby efiluxion of time, ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. FOOTSCRAY V. AVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

Football.' '". -.FOOiTCRAY v. AvEc. , The spectators who issembled at the rear a the Scotch Church on Saturday afternoon to witness the match betwveen these clubs were awarded one of the best displays of football seen in the borough for some time. From three to five the game was well contested although, as the behinds show, the locals had the best of it. Not an angry word was heard, no squabbles or rough play were seen, but the marking, running, kicking and good temper of the teams was a treat to see. A few minutes aftei three, Harrison, the Footscray captain, havinglost-the toss, kicked off against a slight breeze. The Avenue at once settled down to work and soon :showed they were possessed of great. fleetness of foot. . Hardly had play been started before one of their side got a mark in front and landed first goal greatly to their delight. From this till half-time the locals had the best of the game. The followers were playing in'rare form, and Henryforward was working like a Troj...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIBERALITY [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

SLiIEALITc.c-r Messrs.-Joh riliucian &S; Co., Se we.ll- .. H. ' i" ,".l* articles for the Cricket Club Bazaar, A" NICE TEACUER.- The first case ait the newly gazetted Wyndham Police Court is likely to be an interesting one, as uie hear that a schoolmaster in that.district is to be um nioned for punishing one -of his.scholars in a novel and beastly manner. As .the case is sub judice we refrain from giving fuller par ticulars. VirrA. STATirsTcs.-The following are the registrations for the week ending June 14: Footscray, seven births and one deuth ; Maid stone, nil ; IIothai, seventeen births and eight deaths; and Williambtown, six births and -one death During the same period there were 193 births and 9g. deaths in Melbourne and all suburbs, of the deaths twenty-two were infants under one year. . , SLiaTS.- Spencer Street platform is to have the electric lights modified as they are too powerful for the sight. If it would please the Commissioners to turn .on the spare light into...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rowing. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

Rowing. The second competition for the Emery trophy took place last" Saturday. Five crews entered, stroked by WVarnock, H.V West, H. Huxtable, Pattinson and Saunders. 1st heat --Saunders and Huxtible, won after a nice race by Saunders. z2d heat--H. West and \Varnock, great race, won by.West. 3rd heat -Saunders and Pattinson, won by Saunders. As it was too late to row the final heat off, it •was decided to row the fihal heat for 'the first and second competitions this afternoon, at 3 o'clock sharp.

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

Hanian; the sculler, i Iris ne. The Duke of Manichesteris puichasing' lad in thelNoithern territdry. 4';' The man Adams who shot ohsi e in .New South Wales is still at largie..ý ý - The Marquis'of N'ormanoyist b to' ban quettel on Ihis arrival in Englanl. Three. ihoisand carcases of frozen sheep were sentaiay'by the Orient this week. The Duke of Hamilton has disposed of the family collection of books for a sum of over 'llr. E7R. Warne is -the ?uccessful t enlerer .for..Govuetuent.intermcnts for thc.Footsecray district. E7 Election matters are still very quiet, and so fir nothing definite is known as to who are to Tlhernius'of a wonmn and child evidently murdered8 wre) foufnd :'in the scrub -at 'hon elrtior fdin a member of thei 'Footscray Board of Advice will be held on Saturday July 19111..,? . Blismarck andt hte" Geium. press ideny the right ofBritain toannexthePacificislands; More compaidaGons. (I I - From present appearances it would seeit that the prevalent feeling in the Sydne...

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Sporting. Quoits. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

SSpor ti ng. The supporters of the, old veteran player Garner, have made the fiial deposit, at the S.Artsran office, for the: match arranged between him and Bolam of Sandhurst, but. the backers of the latter have not yet forwarded their last quota of .lo..· The' match, which is causing considerable excitement in the sporting circles will come offat the Court House Hotel this day fortnight, when visitors. are expected from all parts of the colony. Garner, whose sight is failing will have to play with one eye bandaged, but notwithstanding that drawback and the 'odds offered on his opponent, his backers arc certain that the victory will remain with Footscray.

Publication Title: Independent
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THE THOMPSON WIDOW FUND [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

I"HE- THOM.PSON WIDOW FUNDI ' Thh ttached llance she?t h: a been h ed. toues.,rpubffeation- . -. ." RECEIPTS. s£ ?.d.. Per Mr. D. Mitchell, Mayor ; ... 14 4 0 ,, Mr. F. Sims - 2 2 6 ,,. Griffiths .. ... 9 6 Rev. II. F. Scott 5 II 6 ,, Messrs Colhoun and Dixon ... 5 12 6 ,, Mrs. I'. Newell ... ... o 7 o ,, Miss B. Em ry ... o o The " Argus" ... 4 6 , The "Age" .. ... 5 6 6 Total £588 3 D.ISUURSEM lNTS. £ s.d. By Warne, Undertaker ,, 8 3 0 ,, Monk on account of Widow... I o ,, Widow 7 o 0 ,, Postage Stamps . o... .. 6 Total £6. 615 7 lalance to credit of fund in the National Bank ... £71 4 8 The following additional contributions to the sidaiw Thompson fund are gratefully acknow. ledgedl i-W. E. Wainman, los. ; lion. D)r. Beaney, £2z s. ; Chaml;ers snd Cluten, per J. Smith, £1 2s. JOHN COLIIOUN, Hox. TREASURER. June 26th,, 884.'

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Footscray Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

'Footecray Cricket Club ;1Appendeld are the Averages of the First and Second Elesens of the, avove club, compiled by Messrs. T. H. Young'and J. Dean : BAITING-FIRST ELEVEN. - a':de Ba 5.s F Eglish -_ i6 s 't . 43 50 3 I 5Ii A. Garland : 0 I : 47 i 73 1 t4 S. Englsh tO ` 38 53 - /3= C. Coppletone .5 6 9 8I: 1 3:it G Spence ' 6 4S 40 "I'.. Baird - .'; " :: 14 F ard53 .i. 3i :,43 37 4 F. White:._ is 17 iSO 04 34 8.4 J. Dean . 1 5 1is I:s 43 0 8 . Nun?;eek,;:?:! "61 Io a"?I::9' ='6 4.ss'r 4 a i9 v 09 SM;Scitt e I '41'4&'3. ;.37,3 1 6? J. \itLagell ;"::: I 11 . 3? I o /::'-? o I I 3.: ILA:: D .an- 9.,.: 1 1 ' 9 I ./: 6 3 ,!4 . Signifies not-u. os I~f jP: BATTING-9FECOND ELEVEN::.' V. --I 1H.Scotpe : is : I: I : C.=isutaoerr I'i 14 i5 27.7' C..Coppiestonas ? IO t 140 03 .: 3 7' H Laigsi t 4 '3 38 'iS i ,7'3:' i15Dean 17 18 -115 24 ':.24 6'7:: ,1i Shepherd -- 6 6 00 0 a 5'2:1 1gH 9 4t.n-:3 9a9 40..3a03 I French : ia " t 59 I 0 0 -- '4. Hi Copplestioe 'i3 .4 55 ... 6 61 2 4"O BOWLiN...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

ROUND THE WORLD. 1);1 A 1OOTsCRAYAN ' Steaming.do? tlle Gulf of Stie, the' l-and was ,plainly; visible, on Gutli sides. :.On the Asiatic side, the mountain, topsl were covered with snow. (The lirst-time for tweinty-four years I believe.). There, were great delliera tions as to which peak was Sinai, and wihere Moses stood when he receivedl: the tables; of stone. r.t The: .snorw looked . pretty against the clear bluee sky,- amd: one solitary Ilrwey cloud hung on a :highl.peak as- if the. cirod, ,which led the}Israelites had, been caugli and retnained.there ever since. In the evenin'rthe after sundown v glow was very trautiful, it ap: peared as if the desert of Africa were on tile. As we got further down the Ried Sear the weather got rather disagreeably hot. Our morning bath was now no longer freshening, the water being alifiost luke-warm. "n Fahcy .light costumes come out as the :weaither gets' warmer, till white linen r'nd flarael are all the rage. As we get more companionable; conoc...

Publication Title: Independent
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

" t r.zi,'IJNSU RA NCB ·.. . I0 S-.IRER~MARIE' IAFEI ad GUA-T?.r EL S i ,, -,. l-(,?iq.JOSiEPH COI?LIElSecrta'yJ I *))n124 Iafrkecstreet,7icthoitne! f , ' \} A Rltfo .?ots yaCd;iAe intfe i Footscray. S.TLONIALIIMUTUAi.M REt:INS .i.c,,. ,..Pi IC I \Y t. Ir CK Secrete t rý.R? ', F & "I'??, OLINSodri TrioIEST,.?cIesou l -J . r ln R Mn? . -i - ` ' =ignt for iootscay? nd O ellhininstt.; ,ý : . :..· .:. · ···ýet P . :.: A. ' }. "?! hl." SSURAk E, O~n l ! ETI .LInt. " D. , MUTUAL LIFE ALSSUTANCLE, IENI W E:.MDENS, ANNULTIES. Sie86 SG. COLLINS ST.. VESTrh Mclbourue. SI. Ot FICES IN ALL t i"i L OLONIES. The Hon. Sir )J) Gcor Lon-Ie M.L.C. `The ;Ito, SirfliooT s S?iciM.P.iill, LLsto, w .C I.G He. :~ ofl' n Si.eS.colloc? , Lo;c, SI bourn . ir.orJaques ar , .S.S., Managng Director. • o•he. .. i..Plow K ; ci l. ". li, tiin, Cietm,, c, eI?n n ido S. BeIrng ; LC. Mer eant, nd he Non.:d'I : 'I. tik t.P.,1iia"ieow :oi ' :: n-fGe o rf eita eicshile t surr r l. i s H. y Moore; , . . o ia.., I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

Board and Residtence.; SOARD :AN': lESIIENCE, "'i rs. itir " ) week. Bath, ? : Washing, :' etc. "C Linibert, Couper Strcet, next to- Church ,of E ngland; Fooutscry. Special Advertisements: H ERR' SA.VIN' DE .ICHANEET. :Froni the Conservatorini. Hamburg. First-class Instri?tion' .i the lianoforte and Singing. .apply Ira tA i(. Gici or AIln and Co -lusic'arch?,C {CollinsStr'e?ast;:, . lMelbourne.: FO jRGE i?iATT r SO -' -uegs 'to? announce .that, he lhas cominencedl '.Business in 'HOKINS' STiREET, FOOTSCRAY, ,. In th'i2i premises: formerly' occupiedh by M'r. MTurphy, aindl trusts by prompt attention to orders and good ,vorkmanship to merit pahlic. Ssuplliort. OOTSCRAV.i UNITED IFRIENDLY ..,,. ;,SOCIETIES'l.DISPENSARV., All the 1 rehiiitin'ries lar ingbcen arramged, this: desideratum' i iis _about liecoriing 'an .s-tablished fact in the .cots?ray district; At a 'tiietietng held :in' the Ielg'a-ilInotel on F rid)y, the 1iSthi inst. ' theffolliwing office be-arerslwere apponinted for the...

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Lodge Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

Lodge Fixtures. : CROWN OF SUCCESS LODGEI, G.U.O.O.F. -Monday, June 3oth, at Belgravia Hotel. Geo. F; Sutherland, Secretary, Leeds street. LOYA;l FoIodcTSCAY O LOtG, Mh:U.I.O.O.'F. 'No. 5631;- - Monday, 30th June, at Loilge Rdomu Royal Hall, at S p.m.. DAwN OF HOPEI'LODGE, I.O.G.T.; No. 253, Meets onr"Monday evenings in the Metho dist Free Church, Anderson-st, Varraville. LOYAL.YARRAVrtI.F. LODG,F, NO. 73, I.O.O.F. - Meets on' Weilnesday, 2nd .July, at U:.M.F. Chuirch,' Anderson street. James Baxter, Secretary, Castlemainestreet, Yarra ville. LOYA. :BucKINGICAM 'LoGne, I.O.O.F., No. 75,; Thursday, J?ly 3rd, 'Royal -Hall, at 8 p.m."-A.' Turner, sec., Errol-stieet. INDjEPENDENT ORDER ' OF 'RECIIAtIITES, HAVELOCK "TENT, NO.- Sl.IMeet at \Vesleyan School:room, Hyde street,'every second and fourth Tuesday in the month R Pearce, secretary. " . COURT `RISING' SUN, A.O.F.-Monday,. 7th J July, Belgravia Hotel, at 8 o'clock. A. P. Mitchell, secretary, Errol street. IVY LoDGE, U.A.O.D. No. 5o....

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THE LOOKOUT. "Look out down there, for I'm about to shoot." YANKEE POET. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

THE LOOKOUT KEarl Roseberry and Lord Anowrswh/ o seem i to tliii the recidiiste question will bring about a rupture between France and England if it is not stopped in time. We are waiting anxiously for the settlement of the question, and cannot afford to wait long, as if they don't settle it jolly quick we' will make up the full compliment of our Footscray corps and then these European powers hadbetterlook out for squalls. -\e'llrow them for a thousand million dollars to be expended in perfumes, and -lick Cologne hands down, or expend the balance-less expenses, on the Swamp Road Tramway, which can absorb that; and several bets beside before it is better than of yore. Earl Roseberry also wants to make the House of Lords an efficient house of practical legislation. Several enthu siasts have had the same idea-before they went to the Yarra Bend-about our House of Lords, but-so far it has not been so practicable as making cucumbers out of moonshine. Still such things may be. The Pollard ...

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Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, JUNE 23RD. Before Messrs. D. Mitchell (Mayor,) W. Mitchell and D. Newell, J's.P. A HOTEL ROW. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

Justice of Peace Court' M: ·',I1'IONDAY, 'JUtE 43RD."`t';;. M.: itchell and D.'Newell, J's. Pi IOTEL ROW. : Asoit of free light occurred at the Excliangec Hotcl, Which: is, getting: its name up recently for Court cases. The fracas it is stated was caused by a young man named H:Iopkins. The girls who live on the 'premises becoming frightened rushed .ito'the street followed by Hopkins, who rano into the arms of Constable Bonnett, and was promptly: marched off. to quieler quarters than the Exchange Hotel: On the charge of creating a disturbance he was fined los. and costs. :INTERESTING TO QUARRYtIMEN. 'Richard . Tucker iand - A MecEwan, quarry; men, were charged with blasting near a public street without the consent of the. Borough Council. Constable Rushford deposed that the quarry was only twenty-five feet from the street, and in close' proximity to the Yarraville State School. ,Twoo witnesses named Hill and Robinson gave evidence that they were work ing in the school yard, and sever...

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Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

:.tMaiy?of:in,eo inhb ntntsin the vicinity of the Saltwaterrivderwere ither rudelynawakcned ablitiui five? o'clockton' Tuesdayl morning by a .'loiid ireport caused by the burstiing of: one'of thi ihi'lage iron steaming vatsr at Messrs ]Blyth, Irviine andBiiney s Manure; Vorks. On "'enquiry we found, thit the contents of the vate in 'question' ere being, operated.: upon'in the. usual wayy when theexplosion.took place, and Sas it'ligl been fully tested previous to its being first: used some montihs ago, no danger was .consequently inmagined or:.. anticipated. Accidents,' hodwever, will and do occur in the natural, course of things from ? wholly tin accotintable' ciiises and wherhe blame cannot f:kirly,. bd attacheld to anyone, and so 'it seems to haive been in this case.' Some idea'of tlieforce with whichitheexplosion'wasnttdided maybe gathered fromn the fact that the yat'was isituated 'on tlie seconid floor iin the s6uthl eastern extremity of the building'aind' ihere f:. foreittridis...

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Footscray Board of Advice. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 June 1884

Footecray Board of Advice. TO TOR EDiTO; Or.TIIE INDEENDZENT. •S IR;-A letter signed "Censor," which was refused admi~iim in . the columns of the Chronide, appears in this day's issue of the Advreliscr. I wish to say a few words in reply to some of the statements it contains. For the convenience of your readers I will place those statements and my comments in parallel lines: - "CeNaoa" STATenteN'T. . ?" The relation betwren the Board of Advico and the teachers is a subject that should never have boreen dragged into the press." a.-" Driven from the other local papers, whose Kati ence he hasex hausted, he (the Correspondent) think. it would Ie best to make yours(thCh rnicdr) the vehicle of his cowardly statements." 3.-" He (the Cores pondent) taken care to conceal the circumstances which led up to that (the censuring of Mr. McLean by the Department) non does he tell how the Department in all later proceedinge has rarerved ttscenaure for the Board, characterrising their cot resaondence...

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