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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

:Wanted. W ANTED.-"Strong LAD to assist chaff cutier, and generally utfil.-Yewers '. ros,, Nicholson street, Footscray. : : Board andRBeidence. . ,- -OMFORTABLE. BOARD AND :-. RESIDENCE: for single men; no family. Corner ot Cowperand Donald streets, i6s. per week-Mr. M'Lean. ; - - yTenders. _ „., T ENDERSwanted for EXCAVATING at ' .Parker stieet an underground WATER askTa.is.Aet...xodart.-Apply..to .Edgardt .oH6pkins?,.BIder, Hopkins street, Footscray. -_. .. t ToiLet.,;, : , T -;[ O 6 LET -SIX-ROOMED *4IOUSE, "'' ::.-. Garden, Bath, replete with eeryj.con-j ;venienmi.-Apply J. M. Norris, Austin Street, .?. 'O LET SHOP, in Droop street, also fiv .--" Room ed HOUSE.-ýApply "James ' M'Conegby, Droop street, Footscray.. SFor Sale. 1 C PLENDID -SITE for a COTTAGE; . - 4ft. 6 inches to Nicholson Sfreet,. by a . depth of-6o ft. A bargain. J. M.iBARR... ; '. OR SALE.-WASTE PAPER. Apply ? : ' Inde?t~ dent Office. 1' *"OR SALE, by private bargain; Splendid S Lot, 62 feet so inches to Droop S...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOKING IN BAD TASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

TOK I INe' iN' BA TAS:.T.E, -In tne ?;utoemeC Co rt; Ad?elaide, the other day,, a brutic of1 i fellow was cliarge with biting?the. e&r oiff, constablej,. and the:earvwasr'pro tiiccd, .in; a. iiediine .bottle of spiris.?' A facfitiou-5 ine' cross-exaaiiinig. "te".oilnt , tintl," ak t.it e' iit la l lif . if itSS . is a in iiiici 1 t ic tai t t c ur im pl it so nuci " nioither irreverdit tj 'tct esttu that 'if iltwas, uot a. nuth tc arP1 it. mate i't1; sin out, ani he al,ýJso m aryeklltb1th ] i9iC ian coul lnoltl sparce so m in 1 rochef, .n hiq ear, as;tl]e co.onsel. coul!d ', ; ,., "

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

: : LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. - The minutes of the previous: mieeting were S?i"Yt.- CORRESPONDENCE.. w Fro E. Lloyd Marks, askipg them to co; :operate with other suburban municipalities in? appointing hrm to the office'of Analyst as such was required, by the Act: Each' Board to Lbe, called uon to pay hinm £5o per annum.- SFrom FrankJ Johstone, calling attention to the disgraceful state: of. the road opposite Bunting's ChatfICttting Wor"ks? S urveyor.to see to it t once. . ' 1 'Frh ni Geoi'eH?liiclk catliNg" attcntiont to filthy state of Right-of-ivay between,StafL anil Admiral streets.--To be attended to.i : Health Officer's and Inspector'sreports were read and confirmed:,. '"s; ? The Board then adjourned...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORDINARY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

R O NARY BUSINESS. .' eCr. W. Mitihell called attentionb .tlie in convenience suffered, by the travelling public by their only being one wicket gate opened at S-the'iralwiay statin even'when the most crowded t,:.ralns aarived, and this .after:all the trouble they had been at, to get,.the. extra wicket put there. ?TheTown Clerk ivas instructed to. t 'to,tjhestatio'n.master asking him to see to: the matter, and li?I?V the wiekets as they were, wont. - : .... IOWN LANDS SA4E. S.The -layor asked in reference to the lots that Swere likely to interfere with the drainage of An.. derson street. .. The Town Clerk said he had called, at the 'Liaids .Deariiterit, and he was t6 be co?i mtinicated ,with but had not so far. . 'As the sale' takes place on the 22id,. he was instructed to call again on the 2zst, if he did rot receive a satisfactory reply sooner. ELEcTION 'OF RETURNING OFICER;, The following gentlemen were appointed: Cr. W. Mitchell, North Ward. , Cd. 'D Mitchell (Mavyor,) Middle War...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Brickmaking Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

The Briolomaiking Induatry. Although most of our readers are aware that fresh fields have been opened in the borough during the last few months, the extent and importance of these new sources of labor and wealth, and their bearing on .our future progress are little known or considered. With such material at our doors at a reasom able price, and minus the cost of a lengthy transit, there is no doubt that business people at least will he induced to erect a superior and Substantial class 01 D)UOitin5, nlle inose wno reflect that the first cost is the most econo mical in the long run will follow the example. Thts we hope to see the permanent brick villa take the place of the temporary weatherboard structure with its heavy insurance and yearly need of painting and repairs. No doubt this want and the knowledge that a good trade was -done by the one small establishment owned by Mr. Hopkins, induced the prospectors to search for other deposits in the neighbourhood of the necessary material,...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CIRCUMSTANTIAL AND WORTHY OF NOTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

CIRCUMSTANTIAL' AND WORTHY OF NOTE. TO THE EDITORt OF TIlE INDEPENDENT. SIR,-Naturally I am not of a very soft composition, nor much given to sentiment, but atthe same time I must acknowledge there are occasional actions of genuine goodness and philanthropy which;" By Joyp, dopp make my old es. wgtef." Ono-which il? the origian of ti effusion from me-was performed by one of the much abused '" nine incompetent noodles" (to wit, the borough councillors); but as I am sure that the recording of his name would only tend to offend his native modesty, I must be content by a simple relation of facts without indicating his person ality. A little over two months ago a work ing man residing in the borough received a letter from his mother in England with the intelligence that his father was dying. Natu rally he was very anxious to see his parent before he died, and as a consequence set his wits to work in order to procure the passage money. First and foremost he made applica tion to the member...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 16TH, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

O.^(^B .aUlJ:Ch 1jfb0b':PNTOI L. 1 EDNESDAYj JULY. I6ft, 1884; : ,: .PrescntCris. D. :Mitchell, (Mayor) W:'i-.V. Mitchell,,Txtman, Stephen, Cleghorn, 'Johnson and Cuminig. :: i '. ý:.? After tlei minutes" of the'previousimeeting ti:*s;»d bheen read" aid confirmed thcfollowing .-- inward *t ' i"t, S'-. .;:rI !-;.~-; o .cCORRuESPONDENCEl ,'"' 'I S,-as"then'readanid dealtsvith .'"'i :'. S-From the Secretary of the' WatierSiupply SDepartment. ;'"In reply to your lettir' "df the ;::i2th1ult'.- rbquesting on behalf:, of the'Boxdigh - Council, that certain-streets in Footscray may 'be reticulated." *'I- have -to informi yu- that those named in the margin. are ,about: ?'t b *upplied fromteiiesenit _cdntract',"for. pipes, b ut,idne 61 the other 'strees mentioned 'in you letter:would yield sufficient rev&e`ue at present, and must therefore stand over till another -supplyof-pipes be-contracted for7." ., , The streets toh.besupplied areas under:- ' r. 'Stffstrei; from'Iluckldy t6 Waltdr...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

THE LOOKOUT. I suppose all the metropolis and his wife went to see the new Governor and his wife arrive, and for the reason that there is a good deal of the sheep in our nature, I gave way to the bent, and followed the crowd, or rather got on the highest knot of the Lookout perch, and had a lengthy lunar. The sight-not of the Governor and suite-but of our mosquito fleet, fullyrepaid the trouble. There was the Cerberus, grim and silent, looming up in the haze till it seemed double the size, and a very Cerberus -indeed. Then the razeed Nelson, gay with the hunting of a flagship, and her yards manned with bluejackets, some of them veritable salts, and others from the shambling ad th t_ ~h l"iJui v.errs fre watr. s-L l?h?s., ýut In lne tay the gunbisoas,. Vtctoria and Albert, and their torpedo sisters the Childers, Nepean and Lonsdale. By the vij':yr'hat queer-looking objects the two latter are, reminding one of eight-oared regatta boats lying bottom upwards, or mammoth cigars. Yet anot...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

oorrespondence. ANSWERS TO CORRESIONDENTS. W.V. I-We agree with the sentiment of your lines, but the rhyme and rhythm are very crude, several diffllerent measures being employed.- In its present form it is un suiltable.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, JULY 14TH. Before D. and Mitchell, Esqs., J's.P. A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

Justice of "'eace'Court. MONDAY, JULY. 14TH. :Before D. and W. Mitchell, Esqs., J.'sP. "'' 1 A WARNING. *Owen Hanlon, John Sisson, II. Field, and Mrs. MacMahon were each charged with not looking 'properly after their night-soil pans, and wcre fined etrf ands. 6. costs. The mayoi said it was in the power of the lench to inflict a fine of ro in such cases, ind that not only for the credit of the Borough, but the preven tion of the spread of disease they were deter. mined in future to treat all such offenders in a erey different manner,;andf at thesanse time stited thatit was not tlieowiers, bntoccupiers of property who were the responsible-persons; THURSDAY, JULY I7TtI. Before W. Mitchell (chairman), W. Bowley " and D. Newell, Esqs., J's.P. .._ . ...-. ... .,.,, ne ,,.,., er ,.. ... _... . :A simpie-lookitng -giri named Christina Tireveni was charged with-being' an idle and disorderly person. * ' : !. :' ! I , -" ;/ . .Coistable Warne said he found her on Wednisdaj?aaboutri.3o p.m. in...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY DON'T THE MEN PROPOSE? TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

ViitY DON'T THEiME. M i'.PROPOSE? Oi TMlt EbiTOR ?0 THE'I?NDEPENDENFT. SIR,-I have laughed in my sleeve at reading the sage arguments advanced by y...-mnnl...nld .female correspondetgo.nl this' unmarried peoples' views of the position. Th factiis, neither of them know much about itless than the shivering mortal on the brink knows of the temperature of the water in which his fellows are disporting themiselves. Now, as one who has had'a good deal of experience in married-life, .letme .tell your readers what I candidly believe' to' be te prinicipal rason why the momentous question is not popped oftener, to the gratification of the fairer sex. I believe it is only the cowardice, pusilanimity, overcaution, selfishness, whatever name you please to give it, which deters our young men from entering the married state. They are afraid to undertake the duties and respon-, sibilities of married life, altogether forgetting the fact that nine out of ten- young women are of such a receptive nature...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

:B::XK G SI I'3?S 1 . CA I.l N -S ER0R OS T UiELET .IOTH nl~-i W ] -'; "- - g tonny.9 I ~`- l you. " ' i.., ? -ll 'foUr C sh I - - :,:* OUS * *.-. C i- . i'E - ::, :'; *R ' * : Ny Aoit^s'li L:::,,A C, ~·':"- - W A I-.' 11ý 7- .1 ' :~ :Aseli:for Cs S:' Si Copetin Defd. -:F R1HAVASLLACU^' .. MWALL u nn i 'AL S your UiSH FUJRNInII -. r .i wL SFURNE. i0.S-" h ... ouiShaed F ouhI i . At ... l?S>r - A 4ACLLCII'S At1 j W VALLACIPS . ath3 st"i WALAC'S . tALLACI'S ; LIEZ ?-a .- A ,--.;! -*.r . : - : . ... .1 ,J: .-..L C ', ,' P-ice at Free 00 Applicatison oi Pamphlet. SWALLACHS SubConTaiaa De . F r odW ma S :oi . . r. . oia i b e ...i'o l ' rng .' red B ack :Cou , Two doors frPn st Good Cedar ..WALLACH'S SCzar uDiningA Room Sunte : :, Re. Sal in rther co mis-tin ,- of :' " . ' i shapred Fro?nCouch, t i..t. . 0?-6H'n tly Crd'od Ba, S k, - - oEasyo Chair, do. Ldys' Chair, S'-1 1 ?andsi.)assive Dining? hot s ? " WALLACH'S CSnr.uinin Roo iletoodand' ;! o. Massitv hirsnpd Fom itCou , p3.1s i f...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN re GIBBONS' CASE BRAYBROOK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 19 July 1884

I-N re GIBBONS' CASE, BRAYIIROOK. .TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIrE INDEPENDENT. ? Sl,--I read a report in your paper of June 28th in 'Town Talk,' that you were requested to draw attention to the case of Mrs. Sarah Gibbons, of Age and Want, I wish to state thlt in respect to the former it is correct, but the latter it is not so, as she is living on her own propertyand she has land. Her fariiily have all grown up, and are in good situations. Should she he in actual want she has sufficient from them to satisfy her need. I have sent several times joints of meat which have not been cooked. There are many cases of real charity, but this is not one of them. Trusting you will insert the above and not impose on good nature, I am, sir, yours truly, T. B. IDERIIAM. [The information respecting the above was supplied by a Mrs. Ellis, daughter of the ohl lady in question, who stated her own inability to give much assistance, that othler relations would not, and that Mrs. Gibbons was almost destitute of cl...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 July 1884

SELGRAVIA ?LADIES'" ~ SCHOOL; ARPSSTAREEr k" MRS(AND HTE M' IS s" DIXON Are: prepaed to=receive PIupils at) the above Second qIrier e nmmenced on the t,4th'July: "ferms on application. T' r - ', L\ ..' Music Lessons-given.. "'OO.0TS RAY, SCHOOI?r" OFAT.RTS; -F14 sir'BAND DEhISGN~liar r i l 'Neiv Q iartere commenced on July 4th. Subscriptionsg2s 6d. per qitarter." SClasses meet every Friday 7.30 p.m. - Drawsing tsaugiqh'rialltt- branches.-i ?' Ladies classes sparate. iR. Benneti HionSec.; T HE :FOOTSCRAV'MECHIANICS, IN-% STITUTE AND FREE READING '. . (,:ROOLM AND LILBARYII:yR i, '.,EMe ERSSi'Siscit' ToN-2-s 6d i"QUARTER' SOpen. every, evening from: 7: till;tic;. Daily,-Weekly, and, Illustrated. Papers; Seier,; tifi: Journals, arid Magazict's oil tile Tableh. The ledinig library contains 20oo00 volumes. School of Designi eery Friay. , WILLIAMP 'E , Sec. W? ?:HH. E AiT I-I.CO,T E, (Orgnist at St. John's Chdrch, Footscray); TEACHER o PIANOFORTE :AND CABINET .ORGAN, STown adldress=P I?ai...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Kirk Professor. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 July 1884

j The Kirk Professor. ' " If. there is any further proof "": 1Anrient the Kirk's Professor-"' To show he wears the cloven hoof "-.? Since ousting Doctor Mercer.- ,, '..' The cloven hoof is now laid hbre, He's thrown aside the riantle Of charity, that looksso fair ' SirJ. MeC.for some years past:- "; 4"5'-'A friend to hini had been; .:;?.? i . . Buthe has e'cen lost. that at last,';,." .L :;.'. No" longer would it'screen.'.t" .!-.' McC. in meiry of R's son A monument erected "''- ' : Thit'svwhere the cruel'w6rk coein ': mean 'that R's adetected.'.: '..'n : His horrid, barbaous disecration' ' Upon ithbatacred, silent grave : :Wili suely call forth execration:. ' : McEachren e'sn'will blush and'ra"e. The plea he gives for such a deed Was that the slab was stained in part, That dear sir you vainly plead ; The stain indeed lies in your heart. : SAs you an honored name can scratch, Tell me this at your good leisure, , ,-,Why;wear McCulloch's chain and watch .. Ist vanity and 'I. C p R 4

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Meat Freezing Works. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 July 1884

The Meat Freezing Works.e It is scarcely sworth. while mentioning:that' sometime ago, meat; especially'mutton, was sold in Victoria at prices that under, ordinary circumstances would not pay the gr- cer of the commodity. In fact mutton was a , perfect drug in the market, and as it was apparent that the natural increase of the stock must be got. rid of, from the simple fact that the. area jon land, available s would not carry more tliari was already upon it, the attention of capitalists was directed to the finding of a new outlet for our surplus supply, and it, was thought that: sending the carcases to England in a frozen state would offer.a profitable investment -for the capital required to start. the works whiclh ijould cqualise the markets here'andat home so that whenever the market here was overstocked the surplus' ight iefrozein anid senti to England to be sold at prices tliat.would leave a profit, for the exporter over 'that obtainable in the AIelbourne ; Sheep. MiarCket.. I is...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, JULY 24TH. Before D. and W. Mitchell, Esqs., J.'sP. ONLY LIGHTING HIS PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 July 1884

Before'D:'and.W Mitichell, "EBsq, J.'sP. 7oNLr.LIGHuTING H5'I P !r ' yý; as all George Bellows said he-wasdoing .about o)ighft ?' ock on Suday, evening under cDoAd veandah wen 'Cnstable .4ly}are charged himsri hmsulinghehaviou iin a: apublic place." Forth"s offepcc he' was now called `to answer.' The prosecutor* told. his version which'if true George was, no: doubt' to blame.. However he denied, doing anything l?,-ut. merely' lIghting,,hi.s pipe 'when- the conistable pounce ?upon him and only f.ir the screamsof his child and. the kindlyinterference 'of Mr. Bfiro?s s!i uld lave' locked him up; SIe called.a frienl,(lf French nationality) as a wiitness, who?dtiid nlost 'emphatically what the constable had said, but his.language was not very plain? Case dismissed; PALTRY I' irE EXTREME. i : Isavery mild term, to'tipply to the summons 'ssued against Mr. J C;Johnson for the non ':'tendancei' of one. of' his family?; the:.reuisite number of times at'the UpperFoniscray State: School; Mr: Da...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 July 1884

5hFTHE1 LOOK_ OUJT4 'nl;okront doenahiero, mfor 1in lbuatl to hoot: , .-. .YAnzz Por. Ss our new G r crnor and his fair lady had isdnificd:their inerntion of being presecbat the Graid: Nation: todn Saturd.iy},; I deemced it exjitlient I to overcoie, mfor the?tim-ebcing lady s , stoislosient d?etermined t t o n. si t'-in the cxticnt? f taking oup a place'on the.flat lon the ausplicios occasion. T'he lday wasone of the grandest'of th'e season, and the crowd was. distiingitished by the usual characteristiciof Victorian pleasure seekers, viz.-Good clothes and lpleasa'it faces.. The various "events" (Isn't that the technical term;, Mr. Printer?) wire, I ani told well contested, and afforded the piublic yet another oplioitunity of transfer ing " certain monies ". into the pockets of the Hlebrew, bookmaking fraternity, :who, .I nam sure, ?inist habi many i. uietchuickle 'to thei. selves at the 'easy' way it which- the public inmb allows .-itself to he fleeced by the israelit~ - who invest ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. Football. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 July 1884

Football TOOTSCtRAY ' . v TARADALE.-The Foot scray'sliam will lie chosen froimi the following; -Andrson, Brian, hi Bod, Chrlies, Combenr Emn ierdioJ' Findl'ay, Henderson, Hlarison (caplt.),i :H?nter-, Gitland;l, Mcl)onald-; ().: Kelly, Roberts, Sutherland, Shephe.d,WVhite, Warren;i Willianifanid Cliarkc :: SA linnr wvill'i.ke place in' the Royal Hall at 6.30 pi:. Tickeis tuo e had of: ay of 'the coommitteor ihe secretary.i . Foo0rsci,?Y. v. Wit.t.IA?STow 'JuNIto?, (2nd's).-On the ground of the Alberts. .Thei former : ill be comprised of the followvinig;; who are requested. to be on the ground not' later thin, 2.45;-Bennett, Bligh, Carter, .Cant, Corby,; Dawsono Emmei?on (2), Gale; Gullock, Grifliths,- IIood; '.Pearce: (capt.), Spottisivoode;; Shucn, S'Saunders, u Shipwy fruinman; Tucker arid Wiight ; emergencies, Charles, Roberts and Shepherd T. AI.IIEETS V. ,I(ICIIMOND". STANDARD:A ; Owing to a large number of playing nemtis of the Alberts wishing to tender, their :support to the F...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Little Leaven. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 July 1884

SA Little Leaven. The evidence given at the local court on Monday in the case of the Board of Advice against Mr. Johnson for non compliance with the compulsory clause of the Education Act, shows how those dressed in "a little brief, authority," may use that power to annoy acid pcrse cute others, and how a little leaven of petty spite may bring a useful body into contempt and disgrace. The Truant officer, who by the way gave his evi dence in a straightforward manner, and seemed heartily ashamed of the part he was reluctantly forced to play, stated that when the case was first under con sideration he informed the Board of the reason for non-attendance, and that the return prepared by the teacher showed also that the child was absent, through sickness. Some, however, were of opinion that Mr. Johnson should appear before the Board and make a personal statement to the same effect, because he failed to do so the chairman, who after ,wards transgressed against the rules of common decency a...

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