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THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

'' THE iLjOc. Otrr ^'KOUT -'; .;,A provincial papcr.is responsible for thic4ifollowiigi, aidil give it. because .it S'sems i to:me to throid lighlt on the 'dlis ,coveryf n1lanylncieit 'and even pre; historic. relics.:-" Twenty years ago an " old. resident .of .this .'district, ;while "cngaged'c:- in: ploughing -'accidentally "buried'i slade in tle grTound, ivhich "hc; was unable. to. find .again.' Bhut, '"strange to relate,' the, other day he "lploughed it iip ngain:": ;Now, sir, had this spi'de'bben discovered .by some antiquarian, heiwould. not have called it' a .spade... :Instead! of. trottingitot the nearest nesibalier-'ffice arid telling ihat nobody liadn't .stbleh it , tiiwty :years ao, buti i adjit;liiglihd.it in like a. practical farmer, we should have had a i qlarto volume',of specuilatiois ias to lov: th'lE'oni'riani under' Alex~aiidr or sonI_'othe b ndy hliad anded ihere, killedI. everyone;: penetrated ias; far,. as Mo.int Bullai-and left this: agricultural rilmlement as ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

SCorrespondence.. . ! JUtNIUS "-=You haie omittcti to send your bona fJI? namei nd athress.s Whcn that in dispensible condition is complied with your letter"will be inserted: - ; sir. A"si X CL.! No; you arc. miLs taken. , The person proposing to assure their life does not pay the fee forFmedical cxamina tion. That expense is borne by the society.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

LOOK OUT FOR " "u:sctOy next; S Dressmaiikers - ss S L HOC. KEY,. Dress`a dM&antle Maker, BUCKI'EY STREET, .FOOTSGRAY,' O pposite the residence of W. Ai. Fhon, Esq. M /rI s's' `A: "CU T'UIIr ?'T&O'l W ..3iscs,t tc., Ladies, oiEfJotsciaj$ita know titat she lhas started D r E,S S KtL AKJXI/N G RYAN • STREET, FOOTSCRAY. Si; i, ," i ..i 1:, r, ; r , .it ! . " "-- S - r I ... L.I- " s' I " 'iv - Dros3 and Mantlo Maker, OITOSITE STO.NE'S- STro?. At 't :. 1. * ( COWPIER STREET, FOOTSCRV .!' l" •o' +lBla.i c:d'i th s ..... + ' Bla. cksmiths. J, I N-. FOT RIIE NGIIAM; General,. zBlacksmith AND f V orse inoeri NAPIER STREET, FOOTSCRAY. All Kinds of. Blacksmith's work male and repaired on the shortest notice. Repairs to Drays and other ivehicles execut neatly. t .c: ,. , CHARGES:. !ODERATE. ' . suN . 1 GE RAE:I ,r SM I T H,, HOPKINS STREET". 'OOTSCI?AY. 1,;, (Opposite Catholic Church.) HIORSES SHOD ON THE MOST APPROVED , i .' t" ' .b PRINCIPLE. DIriseme S iEmE. ReCEi'LLY ATTrEN...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

.,': ' - ." . t.. - , . . .. t.. ' ,NEW,: TIME TABLE. ±ý i"4.: -Il%' -iS: l. ,. ': :: ~" ,.,, .A:R,, ..AVI,,LLE i:r:?.?I.s.<ELB;OUjRNEi ' , . o s . • .tý'..9"+i ",-=6 t,2. "-;!6?15,.1 ' 5'35'] 1;6:6;; i:;9 '31 ' "° 9.6 +! .17 4 - 't, 5. 7 ' /, . 59' 72 7 7"30 7 ...2. .744t .3 9 ;3 . 845.': '?. 8; o' "':8.1,. I:8 ,41 3, 89.; ;i9r2 ý 59-25i, :"8 30, ;8:4! 8 44 , 929 934 . 145 9... 9°'. 9.'1:19 w 9._ 4 9 54, 9 57 4'204.o' - 930 94 944 (' 1 2i/7 4!0 30 ,''4371 .' 23:'0 2042 '1f 1?4 i29 !!!' ~ l, 22 ;};9151:30 30 2042 22044, • .+'13 :.'I! 32 . II 415 - . O IpII, ,40 24 ' 1 + ll9 ' '113o 2 12 -' " 1 , I o44 m... '. 0- 9 .? , : .I . F . i . m . p .1 4 4 is tt -229', 412 : 32 45' 51· ,': 1' 11 45 0 122 2 24 '2q:541 f'21: l ' "230: '02 "01I i44' :t,- s.,o I' 2S~ 14 "P _ ` 1' C' t 8~; - ... i,, g l -229;: ,,23 2.y41 92 '1244 2, 331, S 3.: 45 3-, 3.r12 ? 4 2:359 "=4' 41,5 33° 0 41 32 344 -. 4.9 "..43214 344t 914, -1. " ,4 2 .4"1 4 -+ 45 3,'! ? ,. 515s 4," i. 9'S,,87~t'62 46~, .o~"'6...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

It'.• •INSURANCE , - . OLONIAL. MUTUAL .FIRE INSUR ;i?, '-J; .!ANCE COM-I'ANLimitedd)? :. - P·-,. iPorrr ",DIVIDED .Wlin .THiOSE INSUlRED: Principal Offices :.-,';i:3 1; 7', .'i..!" `."..:. -.": •:ýý- ' ."; ý ..... :!!. esh; E :a -' ; -.;!i 4 rn cs- d Collins street west :Mclbourne:h : ::FIRE MARINE,; FIDELIT-'e"AD 'i. G:· UARAInTEE-:INSURANCESI ACCEPITED ATi . LO.EST= CURRENTs RAITES Or PRFMIUM. SfL. JACK; Secretar) .-,12 prstus, forms of, propoal,.:and bther -•inonation to be obtaine?l from .. ; -: >7 ?' ..J.:M.. BIAR ,. Ag.t: lfor Footacry anndr Villiamstown., .; ' .,z"HE COLONIAL, MUTUAL,, LIFE, P.jASSURAN E SOCIETY .iLMITEDi UTUAL LIFE ASSURAN4CE;'ENDOW= - . ,MENTS, ANNUITIESi :;' -:;. - PRINCIPAl OFFICE : . '! : 4"'& 86'COLLINS ST .'WEST'; Mellirmne. OFFICES IN ALL THE COLONIE :S. Vice-Presdents:" " " r :T, ".-hinHon: SnIetiwn1'h; ioaM irth, L L' D"',ICi Sr. mSa DaivnpornJ,]'-,r " J! r i'C . t , Ta Ho.H Sir Luk lIinuel LenkqM.Lee;M H T.,,R.r.. Plow.Kane.,M.A, Bright...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARK TWAIN'S EXERCISE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

"1 'aRK TW 1AIN'S l EXERCISE.L !r.rl: 'Twin wenit "to Elmira list .summer to find a quiet place :do write "' II d ;he:ime so.mewhat out of health antld! oiie day recehtly .he was interrupted bhy the familt: physician, ii'hocala'iil to make a fr.endll; visit. Into -hlis nsympthetic ?ar 'sis.poured .the tale of the hutmorist's W?ves, tild aftrr' i'n ometits consul tatlo:he rmearketl: Clemcns,nivhs t s you ne ed: ;is exercise ! Vith . t,, look of gentle reproach which soon changed into anxious innocence, the hero of iman'} an `xl)cricn"c 'frboughing it "(in pictiires) and tritsittp'liomie" i-id broad (o upnper), nade reply: i Well, that's nll "'right thats all Tiht..hhut who's going tod it. fur me? Yon se, he continued, `thi men on theplace. 're iall hus, andl tlie?hildien ?i thtbi't b nough td acomplish anythinig,;iin"' '-d" o 'itst ildo it ourself?' was the pirfessidnal'-stop piiti to, demur.,,!' Do it 1tysulf vl-ow rin thunder tlo 'ou ppegt-wy,wi?hy,?w tcan I.;lo? IThere 'in.t a god...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. Louis Adolphe Thiers. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

DISTINGbIStHED bASTATES-Mi. N. ;,::,,li Louis'Adoiphe Thi€3r.;J . Ili thl long and m ignificentt roll of 'Fre'nch'leaders of the'prescnt cntiury, includin suc~lli men ias GanitiBtta'Hugo 'Mirsh'l:l MacMahon' iJules''?Gr y, Rochefort' Feý-r'y;'l indnmin"thers; .thereis ?'ininiaine Jthat-ihas': earAil ' b" largeAarid honiorableia'I'jilaceinhisto, iis' that o'6t"'M 'ThiEir :Tb :forin an impartial estimate 'of thle career land cliharicterSigf hini as tns the champion of Imperialism the; ope iiment 'ofr `Democratic pnnc iand who'died' the sterin unbending bulw'u'k of Republicanismi "To recon cile' thes'e: alleged incoiisisteiiiien in Trhiers' character wouldd, bea' long and ardiious taisk'; but, inrilorler to givc oi'r readers suiffi eiiet'nfirmation 'to 1eable them to unders'tanid hiscareer, "'an'd to account for, these i'difierent 'phises; •in his' iolitiical life i i?' shall rccapitulate the ladin'g eventlof; llo life'lo lif -l , I?t has been often remnirkedlthiat! the. grea me'edof'F...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cullings and Cogitations. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

Ie iho does h tis , ioesc little, is *ilii obe to he distirigbushed fruj him i',ho does, nothing: ;' :: Nothing is more iml:ortant than,to under. s'it l7he siul ect about shichh you propose to instruct others. - eep youir promise to the lktter, be promiipt and exact, and it.will save youi mich troublet and c-ire thirough life; and win for you the re.pect and trust of your friends- ; I tampasigrass is greiatl used inhouse dcora titotti much of: it is dicl, tchiiiflyof a ,brilliaint' crimtisn, thiiee.eci is ecellent, iniermited with i- reatlis, of iver icn, andi it los el is in com-i bination iith hiollyt ' o'rotlly thei laIgest " oal-trein :in the world ia:s 'recently eln' dis?oseinii ini Colouado. It extends over toso acres of l:nd, aind'the coal is Lf:a jetd-lack semlitbltuniinoinll nature,ainlmost wholly free from sulphur. FAs? the iguana, natise cat, tiger cat, ferrets, mongoose and stoats ..re the natural ,encmy of rabbits, a Froclamationr hs; been issuedl in New South Wales pro...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Manufactories. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

S O.ur. Manufactorias. So tli liaj r, c -nlTiy bccn said an:l iritten on ile sule,' t o thlit so-a.ilCeId noxioius irndesin our: niidst, Iha it..iassdeets edt 'avint alll h tIht our reporter sholill' visit some of thie ?ctorides rntl recort..l iss tnprjit?dicedl kpiniio<i of thi. ,wlr?s"na'id nn ietrsurrooiu lin'gs., o; droiping mially flist. ssi.ck- into tht , 'irtitiektl iNtdilien Srks or essrs Isa1t th, Irs ic inl Iiisicy, on tlic ;all?t i eat r ,,w, wrr courteously re ceis"cd I,30on,. of the iicsbersa of th firmo, anil were shown i"througl' the entire p?mises, aid affor.led all the' infori?fio?i ossible?,in the brief. time at our :disposait . As it was desired to follow thyqrawnmaterialn from its ictctionii tliorigh the se.veral processesatforiatnf'oicltre, tlie firiit'step =s'ii td'see- -t eiirg, 'itf fresh nullocks' heads antl legsi ithichi ere then being>laitdeit,from; smatllhessel,zand ertid eti ,across to the. wSorks, .t.Ihey'c re;thcn scignhgtti in the g?os n...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Deputations. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

O cn y6, co n ipamed by ;,'.=Messrs Johnson r ,, nd .Clork, - nited on thie .Itror Trust iurge nit ini. Sioen of wharage, and the filling up of te low lying land at the gas wsorlk. Cooijssionter Mitchell introdulced thti1tlprotatiton, and in a right to a share of the works of improvement being enriexld:on ihyth Trust. Very little huit h en iodc for the borosugh fpryc. r ni, a'n the Sextension of th?e harf somn e 5 tie?? fet irlii ' wanrls.w ss o lute naccc dt, i? lessls hiact s.ometimes fo e two and .tree 'bjresitowing _,..toti Eantlf''aidcdi?tl latiohundr :e Cwis asou ware ,: h'.t .roe?} hottor?,ta te'.bjeqtion tio the extension in the direction required, but lisim,. ., pressi'on.icistbhlt theiston met awith was' ioilj h ae hl.culdcrs antd that s gpol(,ootind ctuld' i.e foaundfor piles if properly tried fort The 'r?'engineerit?iechteftsf'idA.l-saktbhla :? solid. rdock, and the work iasket for would cost ablop, ., ooo2ptAfter, sh disca ussion the ehaiman replied that they rcol enths...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateur Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

The usual weekly iieetin was hell on Mon dayei~nmivin~t thi ni'iics'"ia1sttiiutc (hcre was . fair atetdace of,.meimblrs,andi Mr II. HuIphre" occupieed the chair. The subject of Municipal Refor, introduced by Mr Salmon, Shad been.tinder :discussion :nf:thcil.st sitting, but was adjourned on the motion of Mr. Caitef. After minutej of the pivirdits imeeinig had been. read and confirmed, that gentleman rose,.and in the cour.qf ilpcch of 20 minutes'; diti: tion (a transgression of the rules, which siirt: each speaker is only allowed to minutes), expressed himlselrslbeinu in favor of the bill "n all it.xclaase-,.althpugh pcrhahs someccn?n r tillira ltdglt'ib2o?,'rlipatdclf4y 'f:ctivgrL/'5, Having given a few reasons why he supliorteil the..lbji!;,he ,roceededl t:oelaboratel a lan wllihhe had raea?iarc?'ro poilanting the sre, s of.thehorough, iith.,trees arlshrmibs " Ilk said ,ihbtlte douh 'plant fron the vwharf up Np?ier street, along Nicholson-strcet to the l pya Hotel, where he woult go...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Additional Train. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

, Additional Train In accordanc"''vitl?t 'tl??"reqit' of thile - ITorough Council ?t olenseobcn r Jo; "the district waited "ori n lr l.trter,t the" A\ctin Genral. frafhi..c Mlantaerrtooascert inwhethier it ivere poss~ile 'for "an etri train to leave Footscray .,,at. 63o-oa.m. -.r.1t Iarter, evinced every desire to comply with the request, but stated tliat the tldelparme'nt i?out! nottlie juitified in doing so, ias such a course would require t spetial train numler of those travelling would not comnen: sate for such.an outlay. The following olid al note has been received by the Lorougth Council :-. ' Sd! Viit6riati Ratli. ;a ny M i- st, ISS3 . Sir,-In answer to tile letter .of Mr Joh'?n tytha.nn additional trai? e. rin fromnoluitscra., to MelIluiirne about 6.30 a.m., I haie the ,?.hotibr to inform:you; withh-reet, r:candot see tmy way to grant the request therein coitained. c:.:I have ihe hob0i' to-b, S'ir ?'. I.: Your obedient servaht,. Acting General Traffic Aliancr. Y lriuClark'td...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

News in Brief. "Napier Street."-Your letter came too later for insertion this week;.: The RightHIon: W. I. Forster approves of the annexation of New Guinea. The Nihilists are proceeding with arrange. (ments fiy the coronatiott of the Czar. OnFriday Iefore the Mayor F. McLtY.nalht was fined 5s for being drunk and'disordilerly. Now. that the new main is heing laid, an effort will be made to have reticulation extended to Braybrook. : The total amount collected for the Sellinger family is £31 t5s Gd for which theyire deeply grateful. The lists are closed. .Forty-five residents of Moore and Donald streets have petitioned for channelling. The work will be done. According to advertisement a pigeon shooting match is to come of at Itoward s Buckingham Hotel on Monday next.' A ur:nine is expected to take place in Cachar, in the IBengal Presidency of India; on account of the recent disastrous floods. Dr Simms, at one of his lectures, expressed his'opnion that the English:are the greatest whist...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHRISTIANITY AND MODERN OBJECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

CHRISTIANITY AND MODERN0 |^ OBJECTIONS: ' _J -, .i. TO THF. EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. StRe-Your correspondent ;"Patrol "-i?ain declines to give his statement the emphasis of his identity, nor will he accept my offer, made to satisfy his scruples or modesty, to discuss the. matters he referred to by private correspon-. dence. Perhaps he is wise. It would cer tainly be inconvenient for the public to dis cover that an almost sacred trust is committed to a gentleman who, behind the hedge of editorial secretiveness" does not hesitate to ridicule a book the vast majority of theipcople in this coiniry revere, and endeavors to wound, the faith in which their hopes are embodied. "Patrol" may be certain that his anonymous verbiage in its spirit and purpose is rightly estimated and properly labelled by your intelli gent readers and your obedient servant. HENRY FORDE SCOTT.: May 2ist,' S8j3 .

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Trip to Beechworth. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

A Trip to Beeohworth. BY A.M. I.was a raw and wet morning on the 21st. of last' month, that I stood .on the platform at Spencer: Street. waiting patiently, with a few score of.shivering wretches like myself outside the window duntil. the official, who. presides there, should condescend to open it and give us our.tickets to the various stations along the North Eastern route. . In our anxiety lest we should lose the train, many of us had slept but little the night before, and with thelow tempera ture at that .hour., of the morning, our minds were not in that, happy state usitally characteristic of holiday goers. And,we were now: compelled to -tramp, up; and ,lown. the platform to keep ourselves ?arm until' the, window opened'when we might get our tickets and take our seats in the luxurious and cosy looking English carriages on the other side of the-.barrier. Being the anniversary of the Eight.. Hours movement, it was a holiday:of course, and as usual on such occasions crowds of -peopl...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

-BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 . Present-The Mayor (D. Mitchell), Crs W. Mitchell, Steven, lBurrows Cuming and Johnson. CORRESPIONDENCE? Letters outward were read and confirmed and the following inward were received. From Mr Pullar, Secretary Maidstone Shire, wishing to know if the Council had completed arrangements for extension of the Van Yean from Powell's to Maidstone, as his shire was anxious for its further extension to Braybrook. The Surveyor sent in an estimate of the cost for various sized. pips. The price for 'layingree micTh pipes (thirty chains) would be i65 Cr WV. Mitchel moved,/;and Cr Burrows seconded, That the Council guarantee the Water departmenitthe liileif?e"Wn'th'E'xpendi. ture of £zoo.-Carrieda. From -C. 'Bridgford sinating that _he had lately bought some propertyini Wcst,Footscray for private use, ut rfound; ther 'was no main entrance`- into' the strieet and- he-asked for some consideration.-Referred to members of south ward'.'' , From WV. M. Clark, Esq., ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Holiday in New South Wales. PART IX. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

Our Holiday in New South Wales. PART IXP y I cannot convey to my readers a fair idea cf the scenes of natural beauty which we only had glaiices of:as the train swept ppast; First on one side' of.th carriage and then on the other, the very attentive guard would give us notice --Now gentlemen,. be ready for this view,'you have onlya few seconds to see it, and then we were ;whisked intf''a position on: a narrow ledge ,between, valleys, of: the most majestic scenery that-I' think-ever human eyegazed on.' Imagine" the "railway running along .a nariow:.wall: crossed ,by others at all sarts of angles, and. between' each ,a .'view opens of beautiful gorges deep down in the. recesses tf the mountains a couple of thousand feet below Where farms and homesteads are spread out under-the: gaze, appearing as small. as'.the squares on the chess-board, and in the' clear atmosphere we could see .men and cattle moving like.. ants in the deep natural basin, which wound aibout in. tortuous convolutions"...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. John's Progressive Union. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

s St:.John's Progrxd ssive Unition The first meeting of the members of jhe .alboyp sccipty;,?-ls "hhellgl Tiipsday, ill Ih olge room.nof the Ropal Hall. 1'ierp w rc -about- oo ladies anid genilemerpresenranm a very plc~asalt evening was spent. The Rev. Mrp.\lantell, of ".Epe?n~ldo- dlclivricdyit highly' inteyesipg g ,n "t.H'ipg` lecture on "rl'ren ology," "which wvts gratlyitppei?i.Ilcd, dOple .f Airk Twi'L t t int ohuniprous itcecdptes siti Yuse,l 'sJI w, Ihw one' in l:;gt into !. we41).. throughl the bpmpt Of cC-11 n!! pt llt ig fully dtclopptl."' MrlMantelf haull thn sknll of uil ahoriginal with him, from which he poinlted out the various humps, he expressed regret that his supply of skulls was so limited, but would Ipe willing to accept application at the close of the meeting, from those who desired to leave him after death their.craniums to hbe examined. At the finish of the lecture, the rev. gentleman was greeted with loud applause, amn after one or two questions had been put ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wyndham. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

The Rev. William White, the pastor-elect   for the united charge of Wyndham and Little River, was inducted to the same on Monday evening, the 21st inst. The ceremony of in- duction was conducted by the Revs. J. R. Wardrop and C. Baird, of Geelong; the Rev. D. Maxwell, of Barrabool Hills; and the   Rev. J. Manby, of Meredith. According to the custom of the Presbyterian Church the sermon was preached by the Rev. J. Manby; the customary questions to minister and con- gregation were put by the Rev. J. R. Wardrop; and after Mr. White was declared inducteted, the congregation and their new pastor were further addressed by the Rev. C. Baird. The Rev. Mr. White is a new arrival in the Colony, this being his first charge. He filled for many years a pulpit in Manchester, and has had   considerable experience in ministerial duties in India. He is a gentleman of pleasing demea- nour, and of scholarly attainments, and the people of Wyndham are to be congrat...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 May 1883

DEATH McPHEE-On the 24th May, at Nicholson.st.,   John Robert, the second son of John and Mary McPhee, of congestion of the brain, aged six years and six months. The funeral   will leave the residence, Nicholson-st, at one o'clock this day (26th May). Friends are respectfully invited to attend.  

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