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Report on Education. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

' Report on Education.. TIt repottof:1 the Ro(yal- Cmmission pPt)be Education Act ;and,' t eald grievances of Rom"p.Catholics?mtcon ctionith he king th as of the Commissio as a Bryan : O'Loghlen as a-sopto.-:the Catholics,' and as fe· x pttihe members of that body, expected that any goodi 'result iould be ' derived from the' inquir?,there is little if any disap piointment felt at'the ei'd of the farde.; A"sniight have beeni anticipated from a' body. ofm i?dn holdiigg diametrically. oipposite: opinions, ithe -commission - is divided against itself, and the-ieport is' as carefully; cut. intoi halves' as the iiembers were in their convictions. One lpart1y hasd daetemined before. that, the Catholic claims should have a show, ih'e other was equtillj positivei thi'at ihe secular principle of the Act should not be.tinfringeds . The end is that after years ofqtweary, dreary meetings, "and miles of equally tiresomie evidence, which nobody ,will. read. ;? After an :ex-, peiiditure of J7ooo;. ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rowing. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

Ra;"; :owing: THe third competition for Mr. Emiery' trophies came on'i last Saturday, twhe il he following crews competed - SHuxtable (stroke), J. West (3), Rae (z), W.est.(2),.Fothiringhatin (i) , .. S'Siaunders' (stroke), James i(3), Spence"(a), Kitchell (t.). u d," =; .. H. West (stroke), J. Vest (3), Saunders (a), Schild{i). ;hu- :c , . :a. In . the race, between Huxtable anod War~iecke, th?latte'r.led"all teway, ind don ,by about a length, number two in Huxtable's c-ew-catching&a crab, although it would not hai?ealterud result, as- Wa.rn'ec?.ias: ladifing:; The next ::heat, between H. West and Saunrders, resulted in 'i splendid finish, H. VWes'evinin? 'by?abbiit two feetl. , ( "Th hour being toodd lte to row the tinaiit was decided to leave it over till Saturday (this day);weL ?.?-Thes?eaitsho ? jInd et-naitt takire, place .to-dayoat';3 301andext SSaturday'the tedo fidii*alswi U. :l i ,1e de ed ;.:~.5 ,: i >r

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Annexation. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

After all the doubts and fears expressed on the question of annexation or pro tectorate over, the New Hebrides and Ne?:Guiinea; ..the reply has been elicited -in' the' Britisli-Parliament that now; the .guarantee, for. payment by Australi of' a proportion of the cost has been given, no time will be lost in making the appointment of a High Commissioner to assume the pro tectorate. over these islands on the part bf Great Britain, pending other anid iore definite arrangenients being made by the Federation of the colonies, which is'evidently anticipated by the home authorities. The Premier and A.semtily majbe cobgratulated on the man'neirine-:swhich the' Conventoln idea has bieen received'? andii the uiinusual utaluinity which prevailed, strengthen in; the hands of the Governmient in the step m adhancc taken biy thiscolony by asstlinhg the :rsponsibility of guaranteei ngthe guarantee required as a preliminary before definite action was taken bylBritaiii. Now England stands comnlisittedi...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. Quoits. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

,Tc m^inatch s.wicli Comms ;^o'f *at' :Mrs: Fernaride's this afternoon between Garner aind Bolam'." is ;-creating!, a deal of extite inent" amongst't h'knights'6ftlihering (theiroii one) local and otherwise.,; There -is-'a con siderable atii6unt of betting on:thlie rult bftlih game. ,,The; opposing players kare; howver each. sanguine of success, and'there is little dloubt that the game will be a' close one. 1'..

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, JULY 10TH. Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. D. Mitchell (Mayor), and W. Bowley, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

THIIURSDAY, JULY IOTH. leleorcr Mr. Alley, P.M., and Mesrs..D. 1.: itclih ( (Mayor), and W. Blwley, J.P." i .jUSTrI.OOKI AT.TI'IiS AND LPOC :AT THATT W?Vas ,actally wwhat .;the~Bench was ialled pon .1 :lod; in ,-fetrence to ithe ;cases of, the Jqcksns:againstl ,Iainilton and mice-vrsa.?,'; s 51r Keas ,appeared for the Jacksons, anad Mr .Gillstt for. Hamilton. -'Jaclson'sumiioned. lIamilton' fo'rj assaulting andl ilaboring him with a lemonade battle, his wife's charge.waltht Hamoiltoin hid 'applied itiniwiis ;:ila!!ilt~i chaed :J acklson . for utlt;iiijhiniaidi'i'h c ndg -vgent tohius wra liin ;,mre pas eiandi;lhelaw)ers nccupied the Bench aconsiderable time, utcan be summed up. in brief hsfollows-'?' There was a couirsiing natchat the Halfway (Swamp-road) on. Saturday.. last, at which Jackson andda friend df,.his. (Dixon Jy name) were: present.;,, (ln.ileaving it they went to Ilamilton's. h.'tel: (the.Apollq) and indulged. ,Meanwlile the; wives of. Jackson and Dixon were getting anx...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

k NoMINAATIO'.' For the Vacancy on' th th Footscray Boiard of Advice MEssrs D. Miihbel (Mayor) and R. T,, Leek are, the obnly candi ie dates, whose nominatioi 'papers have beer lodged with the returning officer; ; ' . DETRACTIONS ARE USELESS.-The ,stone Sir crushing plarit is iiot a failure, nor is it 0onl ire fit for. the marine store. S 'say those whi ought to kiiow, and are 'shrewid business;inii ist and who :kn;ow hat is' -hit-else' thea Sbalances aiitheir bankers would not 'tot'i p 't ok the amouints they lo.- Unsuccessful. iden a de the. best critics in the world =In their "6ii "d DENY IT. WHO CAN. he know no better who say or think 'ihat C6in sat cillors do :nothing baut pocket the 1pe pl'e money .,"I m.iyself have lost iiany amount o te time looking a'ter businss' of the B?riugh 'an~ e never pocketed.a dsingle peniny:" These are at the words of one of the: retiring Ci,. , wli, 10s will not unider any circumstances again seek muanicipal honors. so Moae THAN KiD.-WVhat mayhap ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

"mil1tt! ,r.iINSURANCE.ii:tM ;i t IGTORL INSURANCE. COMPANY, V f ( ? ti -,?I~,LIMITED..' u.,in,:(?t iChairman{; Hon ;HENRI iMILLER., :.t FIRE;MARINE, LIFE;ahnd GUARANTEE :' t ii.rrtt:iJOSEPHI COLLIE, Secretary: y ,24 Market street, Melbourne..,c ;,. t",,,; 77 1 ; LAt? Agent Ifor Foo~stiay: a"; ANCE' COMPANY (Limiieid) ? PRbIts;D! 1VIDED,,WITHITHIOSEt INSURED. Principal Omces 84 and 86 Collinsgst Oteetest;Mefliourne. GUARANTEE IrNSURANCES-ACCFIttE"FF AT LoWE ST CirRNiTai, '6 OF P40iilU. '--?-? ttt a;tiliiW.\tI. i ''-A JCK,TiSe etai T.?lE COLONIAL "MUTUAL:;: LIFE T I:ASSURANCL?E'SOCIETY. Li!i'ritr. MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE, ENDOW. r.. M 7.I(AENTS;:ANNUITIES.,i ,! S ,,, iPR~ ~:CIPAl.r.OFFICEl: ': S841 86,.COLLINS ST.:?.WW'EST, Melbourne:' ' ;.c ORFICES IN ALL,TIHE .COLONIES. :,,: a pt l ma_ t i: r a. ic-Per ntside a ts . , , The Hon: Si? Georgens anIg Ilaines.1c?LC.'' The Hon. Sir Thanes Micllsrsnthr ILIL D.t I fdCI.GC Samuel D eamrenpr, ýPar:?:,::) it:.-;t:,".1 :n".f';t The E. Sir Lu eSa...

Publication Title: Independent
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The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1884. The New Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

-~ - " ONWARI) AND UPWARD." Si9ýi'5Ckei. SAI:UknW>> f~lill C' ; i$84.f _.The New .Land.BilL .... Tlii policy of leasing the remainder of the public lands initiated: by -ir. Tuctlier in conniiection with theIT'llee couitry; and which hasproved so .sc' ces fulflsusfasr, forms tle basisa of-thet Ne Ln ll^ýrios-E i cuite'd. 4It prop )ses to allow? a grazing right over areas of. a ;thousand:' aces to the selectorat a.nominialrentfior fourteen years: ivith certain conditions of clearing 'oflt he vefimini; efc -.Ai' ie enhd!7f'thi time the ara reverts'to testatewhi ail thhus.r tiphe ncreasied lIr he'&# accrued, and 'will. be able to obtain ;be ter tersiaon againrelettind At the samc time an' impetus will be given to. the .ialgamation" ,of. the. blended; small -cale~ which. has been-found" by ex'perince to b'e.thei dsprofitable andh safe imethod of- .utilising the land both. for tle Stateainfdthte ifdividu-al TTh-e col1o y must; ,-?enefitted'y hth Fiead ing up of the large run...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

SOMFORTABLE "BOARD ,'-AND :.-C RESIDENCE for singleni eni; no family ;Corner'ot Cowper and Donald streets,, ;`Special Advertisements.:: - R ELIM INA: RY? NOTI:CE: SJ. Cuoming's LECTURE villrlyede, ; '..livered at the Royal Hall on Tuesda;oivenii . the ath July. See further advertisements. T NITED OQS BLUE RIBBON -- --·I~I-··-·--·-·-- ··;----·--·--'--·-- · ....- .:' Eight q'clock.." :. P U B L. :I" C M,.E E T I N 'G Choir requ?st&,tod ,,meet ;for practice at S-o'clock shaip. A meetingiof Cdm'mit te ill bei held' on Thlirsday evening next, at. 8o'clockitl,Ezyfits: BootrVarehouse.fichoson street. Business S:"tit? - D-T."BARNET ;"Hon: Sec? S: OOTSCRA ISIN .,? suPPLEMENTARY ,LIST.? .. Thre prined Lists of tie above arenow" in my custody;and ieady for Inspectionbby, any ... person interested thereinandmay, be ?csn. at ,, osmy ofe before the' i8th day f July, 1884. r " lectoral Registrar, :':Hyde Steeti op posite te'eT Offic: ,r Footscray; J nfi'i ti8 1884:'-%-< k+'6.A;....

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Justice of Peace Court. SATURDAY, JULY 5TH. Before W. Mitchell, Esq., J.P. SOBER AND SORRY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

SSOBERTAND SORRY:;''.?:ý`.'"'l. : That's how GeorgbVhelanid appeared blefore the'Bench'this'. morning on account ofJ his having lieen'drunk and abusive on the previous day. George is a neiv, aind it would n'ipear not an immaculate resident in the Borough, as he las fined one pound, no later gone than the pierious lWiednesiday fooffeniding in ac similar way. Be that,,however .as it, may, here lie was again:charged. ithi having, greviously offended, and greviously (as'the 'sequel' wll show) had-he to answeerfor' it. ,George: was charged with being''drunk and usinig 'abusive langiuage, the nature of which-as the lviaersd say-it'isnot expedient or necessary for us.to particularise ? Suffice itto say. he was -now awful sorry and expressed his readiness to join the -Army-the -Blue -Ribbon. 'The Bench viewedl' the"delinquent- with soiro ivand'in sober earnest sentenced him toia fine of five shillings or twenty-four hours for 'being drunk, and one of five -pounds or one month for ibusive la...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lecture on "Dyspepsia." [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

toan very fair .audienice in .the Ireabytertin Chuich 'ti lee leclurer first pfi ll explained w ivh'tlh?teethi ; nd thnii: gae a large 'numLr ;of liits s'. to howthesd:orgas mightb be':kept in properi .ealthjand:ableperfectly to disciarge h I eir fiunetions. ?iie tie. rged ~ ulpon e tlohe, who wece desirous_ ofenjoying'pcfect heralth the ei.ce.sity of cOinpleie: abstinince fromi nlecihol and toibacc:,at tdic.'veiry. modnrate'use iof tea and t1 rdtl mieatsuch tas beef, inrmiton ee.. in this counitry-thIe dietslhoult bee mainily: frinia ceoius' 71ttsJ.uldnolt?e; a::liad tthing for the. heal ti of thei coinmnunity ifi half tlie bhtichers shlips ii 'Vicdtria wera·shuti tip. The" Dr. instanced the .inhabitants of: the North of. Scotland as a race of men' who developed the' 'very fi)et spleiinens? f pbiysical manho"od, upon a dict'of porridge aunl kai .'Througliuu-t thelecture alarge amount. of information was gien 'to iothers as't"to low infants: anld young. chillren should be fed. Tlhei...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BACHELORS ASSEMBLY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

BACHELORS 'ASSEMBLY. To THE EDITOR OF TIHE INDFi'EPNOENT. SiA ;correspondent in "our last issiue takes exception to a paragraph which I wrote about the proceedings at; the last Bachelors' Assembly: W7ll'you .kindly grants me space to reply,: 'f1 .In he-fi'rst place it' calls them '"' disagreeMiable. eniemks."', ' ?ell, it Ima tell himois aa'intter of, opii.on? ?as `se?eral of those .who'were' present 'at the Assembly in formenid' fi?te'the,'entirely" ?reed with me. HIe nibxt isays; ;'" It was nejer intelndedihat the ladies should go for the gentledn.". ,Wll this is incomprehensible. Ifsich a tlhinig was not contemplated, w h3 on eith dlid the M.C. call U.: iti.Ladis" talke "your partners,?,'and Swhy did the gentlemen sit on one sidcof the room iand the ladies on.tlie otliei? I had not the slightest'wisli'tn sasiiaything against the Assembly, ?of' whlicli I wsis a member:; 'My only desire was to try and prevent a repetion of such proceedings,- which met with great disfavor: fron the ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

" ROUND TIlLErV.MORL9.) y/ S iS -It desire to thaink Fi.otlscrayan thlrotghilth 'e Indf'arint' for his interesting and graphic descriptidzi oT the?1 ili'ces where mosl of us, who are going;dowrn hill, hail from,'or Ihsae.biten. des, descrilxd d vsidtlj!it.liibst as if -we w?re looking at e titem, and now that the journey is.eidedt, snrelyt:yo; nmsthaven good nmani' letters siunmic :to 1hiS,tsyitshing the his torian health a?ld hippitessand thewit to usehis talents to make those around him;happy and comfortable, whercver.hislot may be cast, and toi wind up, as lie do'es?::nq'! in .itanking:Gdd for'preserving himufii difliitltitsatLdanjhl-rid

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 — 12 July 1884

IWHI? DON'T?.-'HE WOMDEN'PROPOPSE ' TO THE EDiTOR-OF TMHEJpNDKpE.NDENT., " read ::" Old Maidis f.:ieplyjýtB mine, to think' that she lhad ,the audacity to say that when Sladies tnseett tibether, ,herself amongst the rest, they have a laglis-ai'tlie men's expense and think what Guys they:look: .:I think it is a bit of presumption on her part to talk like that, for. I think she will admit-?ith' ie that a great inmany-ofo'her own sex' could Well be classed .amongst- the Guys. - For what with tight-lacing and crinolines ,an above gall thdirilatest)endeavour to' dress is nearly like a man as possible, for it is only lately that theyj were wearin"l pea-dodgers" and stand-up collars; so tJaS I think if the ladies ,thought men loolied'suchl Guys'they would not have thought of. imitating: them.. - '"ld: Maid" may argue" that it was only the fashionable ladies that! iarriied fash'ion to sclih an extent, I butino ?such ;thing ; fore~it?invades i-al'ranks" from the servant girl op to her.mistre...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SABBATH OBSERVANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

SABBATH OBSERVANCE. TO THIE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. ;Sir, Pdrtnit me to occupy a small space in your columns for the pu'ij6se.f dbrawing tlhe attention of the flpo?.r?,th't befj'o a nuisa.nce long bornetisth inasileiceiby tb? °sresidents of this .locality. , Esfey Shnday afternoon a number of lads assemble on a vacant-piece of land close to a butcher's shop in Austin street, anil there pass ihe afteriodn in a~ style wlichis very annoyingto, the. people, living near. \What with the filthy lagiguage used, the noise and stone-throwing, peoplefeelinclined, tol.do something?e?sprate mi oide?"to`irid themselves of this horrible nuisance. One of, my neigh bours has itick child at present, and strange. to .ua'yhis houhse is selected fort thu, principal part of 'the stone throwing :com eItioni; the corrugated iion roof being the attraction. Can nothing he done, to stop this, or is there no other remedy buit to1pack up anti clear, leaving the enemy in possession?' uses, etc. Austin street ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Braybrook Shire Council. MONDAY, JULY 7TH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

B raybrook ShireCouncil., t , ".MNAJULY 7T11. hE .~ to Present--Crs M'I, ga(President), Dickson, uChristie.?lac mett,- Hopkins, and.Efaragker,", Tli'e i?nute of the previous meetingwee,",e sread and confirmed. -, . CORRESPONDENCE. ' SThe outward correspondence was also read le and. adopted. " : ' " ; . , u ' he Leopold Working Men's College' Co th. nittee, enclosing subscription list.-Laid on the table. iy From the Engineer.in.Chief,' stating that ad the culverts and crossings, complained gh of on the Bacchus Marsh Railway would be :ct attended to, and that the approaches to the ' rs Albion railway gate would be pitched, also ir- enclosing maps showing all the land taken fs or railway purposes.-Receipt to be acknow-. n lcdged with thanks. . . t, Front Registrar General, acknowledging ial agricultural statistics.-Received. From the Chief Secretary, circular as to arranging rollsin alphabetical order.-Referred i to Secretary. ed From W. Al.; Clark, :M.L.A., ,advising, cs' deputation t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

THE .LOOKOUT ' Look out down thre, for I'm about to shoot.' YANKEE POts. Two small gunboats have arrived to Icomplete our mosquito fleetof defence vessels: They will come inmveryhaindy for small excursion parties of Ministers aii'd their'friends, if for nothing else. Just> to :keep: them in praotice at the sixteen knots an hbuirspeed, one might be laid on to run hourly from Sand ridge to' St. !Kilda 'and B?ighton, and thus ithde' ratepayers might get a sail occasioinallfor their money. Whenthie' cost of these defences has tobe met it is, extremely., probable. that some lively,; grumbling will be heard. But then some people are never satisfied. ."Aiiother injury . to.? poor` ould 'Ireland'." Dr.--B rownless has not been elected Chancellor of the University, afteryvaitiing??all tlii' ;inime fori-the, honors and emoluments of that office. It'is too bad from a Catholic point of viewthat one of ihe'" good ould faith" should not be at the head of the highest, educational. establishment...

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PERILOUS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

'oi: . :ri:" t· ry.:PERILOUS.zll`· "I ' -...TO THE EDITOR of IIi INDEPIENDENT. _ °STBL nowing that you lake an interest iin local mater IAt ish to diwr;your attiention to :tie .state of the bIritdge in Buckley strict. A' n n?tw 1Tfo9tj-ath , )nii-ollen dkaiui ono each' Sside, and: nOq latmp render :it. dangerous to, foot assengrs as can testify having; rcceiv?e a'nasty fall myself Yours &"c. ..i e A"H?" 1.?S 9IIOLS. " .Ve rinhope tIc ine rsE for tlhyharil,wvill eat rta ingniattrý:,'speciity as. te ictions: are draitugncair. Ep1 1 r

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

- :ý vý dt110}t% t ) ýTlr rtttvl.rLr: tz ...· · .:.' ? OP rr~sp~oi Bence. ,-j !A -Barllatstman,,, rravillew vrie tom. plain'iting~ nle qp , ortlie I~TrnirnTruqr in tn i pr ldtn acom!!ood tion -at...n !onyiCreek;; °so that$i a ello' COtdale n h1Ili;4jtheret i~e': sasIati'thet~Io6'ut o"f 'ithecreek wtvre~ *;; r*&rg i ;vsers eo~ld 119 hcre oout, qlftlte ::ch~iTh lil vWairWdi ,n Vl4ft i ýgl sl~ chcaper, rate, :finl inst ncm the Lo; Ti rfton a a cusg inp.,tn· pid~Tbgr~l wti ite. anld think:i ikbtigltine tbtrtbet'.whole of oair river frontage should't 'lemaJe available, sothat S'vsels'cdould~ et' tlicih vdids stit~lied~at~nit point frdont ~ Creel,' t.thtirratliviwy bridge.

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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 July 1884

TO-DAY'S MATCHES. FOOTSCRAY V. ESSENDON 2nd.-~The follow ing will represent Footscray, who are requested to meet at the back of.the Scotch.Church not later than: 2.45.-Anderson, Brown, Brian, Charles,:'.Comben, i. Emmerson,, Findlay, Gatland, .Homewood, Harrison. (Captain,) Henderson, Lovett, .M'Donald (2), McMaster, Roberts, Sutherland, Sheppard, Warren, Williams, and White. , FooTSCRAY (2nd) V. PARK HILI.L-On the ground of the latter, Richmond Paddock. The eam=of the. former will be comprised of the following, who are requested to meet at the Footscray Station not laterl than 2.t5. Bennrett, Bligh,, Carter, Charles, Dawson, Emmerson (2), Gullock, Gale, Griflfths, Hood; Pearce (capt.),.- Roberts,: Shean, Saunders, Spottiswoode, Truman, Tucker, and Wright; emergencies, Boyd, Ham, Shepherd T. I ' ALBERTS V, WVILLIAMS1OWN JUNIORS. The. following will represent the Alberts who are requested to proceed toi Williamstown by the'2 30 p.m. train:-Arthur, Storie, Shields, Austin, Warne,-Doug...

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