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"OUR HARRY." A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

"OUR 'HARRY." A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS:. CItAPtTEit XI S"To the wo-k to the work'! I Thre is gold to be won.'. IN the early dawn of' the morting when the dew hung like diamonds on the hbishes, and the musical notes of the organ magpie sounded through the woods-through the long sweltering heat of the glaring sun, and late into the even ing when the gorgeous sunset clouds had faded into gray, the mates toiled hard, hard as any slave could, for it was not until the exhausted muscles refused to act longer, that they crawled weary and worn to their tent. The claim was a good one, they had picked out nuggets amounting to about fifty ounces, but as yet had sent up to the surface very little washdirt, for they were hastening to get their drives into the boundaries of the claim, and to secure as much of the adjoining ground-as possible before others came to take it up. Ass yet they had not been rushed, lint did 'iot expect.to he able to keep the secret much longer, for it was no very uncommon'...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1883. Mend Your Ways. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

"ONWARD AND UPWARD.?,.-. YiooTrsdCw SIU.nrY, fiJr??. 9, 9,~iSjS3''. e:. nd, Your Waye. : TiE' ircccent ran, s have e'vived 'the periodical reinmonstrance respectig"ng tle conditions of. our streets and footwalks,. Itlihas on several occasions been-pointed out,:'th 'ti the i orougl Coindil. is so severely .handicapped-;by:,the :expen~i s of keeping the bridges and:Swamp. iroad: in repir, wyhile :receiviig '.no6 revenue, therefrom, .'that the bulk; f the rate a?iyers' money is spentin promoting anid keeping .good the means of transit between the metropolis and a number of boutside residents;lwhose triaffic does not benefit tlie borouglh revenue one' iota, while thiestreets and i footpaths"on, whichi.the rates a're initendedf to be spenit ?irde left year iafter year almost in the same state of helpless. muddiness.? Grave complaints are made at this seaSinnbylratenay erswho naturall! tvanFtto:n knoiil?v :it is.they are so" iegslarly c-illetl on i:; contribute'. tg tlhe Borough find, and...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY v. WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

S, p o r t in g FOOTBALL. rFOOTscRA V. \\V i iiiLisTOwvNi . .,These: clubs: mct at Williainstowii on Satunr. day last, tie renult being after ?'. cry exeiting and at times 'cry rough ganme, a win foi Witl liamstownt by 2 goals 4 behinds to" I goal 4 hehinds.-; It is" a great! pity the whole of the Footseray team did'not turn up; for :had they done so there is not the slightest doubt but that the result would have been otherwise. ` The Williamstown men still keeptip that nasty, and unmanly game of playing rough;: and during. tle progress of the game a very cowardly action (especially when on the football field) was per= fornmed by James who without any cause what ever, 'diberatcly struck it and hit F." English. on the .side of the heaid; such conduct ought at 'once ilie put' n: stop to especially when in the field with such men as English, who has never been knoin to raise his hand to anyone all the yearshe hehas:played, with ,Footscray andi is neer. likely to do so. -Again further o...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

-VITAI STATIsTIscs.-Eight births and two: deaths were: registered in the borough Yfoi the week ending May 26th., R?r?S. The Borough Gouncil notify in our advertising columns that next Monday isthd last day upon which rates can. be paid so as to enable the.ratepayers to have tleir nanmed'set down. on the Burgess Roll for 1883. NoT DeAD.--In the-report of the WVyndhnin Council last week our scribe inadvertently and without malice aforethought made the wrong man die. lie is awfully sorryforit now ;for being peaceably disposed he .never contem plated manslaughter, and hopes that- as .lie dceceased has given his personal assurance that he has not gone oser t:t the great majority, he will not take his eirly anid c?oqlpulsory deniise too much to heart. It was Mr. Landrigan and not Mr. Cahill who departed this life. A KNoTTY l'ot'r..- A local resident namned Mrs. Harrison, has, through her solicitoi, 31r. W. IH. Roberts, preferred a claiim agaillnst ike Government, in which is involved a pe...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

Being,, hope, one of the fes ;sane mentremaining of the present genera tion, it has gradually daw:ned upon my .comprehension that there must be some idiots about the iiternal-?I was hlmost going to, say infernal-management of the Railway department-: I like to fo0i low out the scriptural injunction " Curse nriot atiall, but onl) do soi m a. mild way 'at those 1who -by -their: obstinate stupidity 'ind 'redtape ewooderi-headed: ness :cause. the loss:of ;life, and' danger to the generaltravelling public, byv.wht I must in the most gentlemanily manider style: their confounded' hegoatism,- as Lord-chief-bummer of things in geheral. How long will it take tio penetrate lthe official noddle; that level, crossings at: such a station as Yarraville, where~p:i ais senger trains meet .every quarterihour,' iindependent of goods, is not the kind of thing to suit the wishes of" passengers travelling both ways, and, human-like; rushing, rather thai niiss 'the traii, past the one' at rest, across the...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

There: was ='clean sheet at .heC Coiurt on Thursdays ,itlay, the Tasmanian hangmian, lias executed one hludred persons. Dr. Morton has .been appointed Health Officer for BraIbiook Shire. Mr Draper launr. of-Williamsiown,nis about' starting a new paper in Sandridge. Mr:. Bolani, Inspector-G'eneral of Education. Departmeht sues for.divolce fron his wife.. : At "Mondays. Court there .were only two boozers, anid only three half-crowlns passel tto the Treasury'. - ' .:. , )r. Rose; ML. A., is to lay the foundation stone of 'the; Salaation'Army Barracks' at The :Loyal.Orange Lodges of.Yarriaille and Fooltscray will.celebrite the 12th of. July by a Supper and Ball. . Coleiraii : flour:;iills narrowly: escaped dlesirution. Spontaneous combustion set a bin of,wheat on fire: Sergeant Gray, ofKoroit, has been appointed. tQosu:ecd. Sergeant Cdrbettais head of the police iin the Borodgh;. -'- L . The Cdouncilwill take legal proceedings .on Monday next against James IIarriLfor fcncing. in a porti...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateur Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

SAmateui r Pad$lianieait.: - I: On Monday evening, in the absence of the Speakler, aIr Dixon was elected, chairman,. the subject under discussion 4being." The Bible in State.Schools," Mr W'arren opening';thc debate.. He. referred to the past ages;owhcn, a l he said,.the clergy lxeing the only learned rmene, they were the only educators, and natu rally tool; the tihlo ns. their icst.l1ok,l.but as poliulqtioq increased jealousy 'sprung: up amongst the various sects, and l'the .leading minen of the state were unanimous in expressing an'opinion.that the, Protestanit Bible was .the best ever issued. Still they had to coisider the consciences of the Roman. Catholics, an:l a(cr n mature consideration, the 'Bibl. was exa eluded from the schools. -As the speaker had exhausted his twenty minutes, an extension of tn* minutes was granted1 whereuppn', he "l ludel to tu.-g gerit .iltp'PFltyprt iliat hai taKene place in the character of the schoolmaster, and lie c'nsitdered that the: reading of'th...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Footscray Presbyterian Church Mutual Improvement Association. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

Footisoay Presbytorian Church Mutwal Improvement Association. A Ameetingof the'a.?ociation was held in the ve?rtr of the Presbyterian Church ofn Tuesday evein:n, ithe 5:h inst. There was .a large a' tendance ofmfcmbirs, andi sccrval newnanten were aililed .to the rinembeirshii. roll. Mr B.t lBrladisa:i- ice-iresidlent or the associaticn, ocipied tlhe chair;, tlqe presidiet,.. Mr anns, heig;:the essayist. of.'the evening.. TI - 'gentmansn took for- his. subjcct " Causes of Crime'_ "This hie treated'l:Jnla cleair,interedt inz w.?? I Restricting hliii:elf msainly "to -the criqli:of. chil:lre:. or .youths,.hel:pointe out, :trde linpmin c~.sesof souch evils-(I) deficient, nibjai nd religioius (lome) traiin'g (2) druink' cinesi infp'arents; (3) declcient(shdolt) etuiti lib P.henls, the essayist hed,l ire tnainl rcponsib!e for thlc. crinek of their?chi!ilreni Iiitpie the liome life anil ihe.nmorials. of: the yotlihflitl i5rtion of the communityt will improve. hile full-;working of'the kEc(...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BIBLE THE WORD OF GOD, TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

7t:,fTIEL BIBLE THE WOIRD OF GOD, TO TII' EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT: St,-?The Re ? Mr Scott does not attempt to deny my statements or refute my arguments. He is even good enough to speak of me as "a gentleman to whom is committed ann almost sacred trust." HIow shall I return this compli mentfto my poor abilities? : Haviug any talent at all the greater the obligation to uphold the truth; even if the vast majority of those around lintheir, ignorance 'believe i lie. :The' hopes thait are embixied in a faith that is fals sholluld hase no encouragement;from us.; Vhilst-,the people are perishing from lack of knowledge can we do nothing t 'h'elp?tlieii? Ifii?stur after imposture arises-'papacy 1faryolatry, Biliolatry, obscuring from the view of human ity'the Ienign effulgence of our Father's glory, and condemning men to: live in' darkness. superstition, and- fear. Nohw it -is the-l'ope 1' that is to be revered" as divine and infallible -but the best part of Christendomi ignores, his, claim...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

IfL -.n v'rtedif; .st· :r ` :y. n +:-" r r:t . AP . AV9L6 Iyn:" ELIOURE : a15 ;"9a.M °! :a:?1,-? . . " S.i5 "6 5- 65 6' 6 6 91 :7 :2 7;,25-,i,? ; o . j6, 649 - 89 ? '?,.32 " !4S ' "5 8x4 859 r.:9 2' . 19:,5"'J." .. j6:; ·"841. '8 44 9 291; ,.9'32.! : s !945' 90. 1 : 9"t. ,4 9 54 ..57 9.2 3o 3 42 244 222 s 2 23'32 \ ,22 43 . " '2? 1 1x 24 z 2291 - 0 .. -'02. , .045 m a .2 '\4 2129!o 12 1.4x; : z ,15 ": 2?4s 0 223o3."-341 24 114 '1:. -29 'L2:1- 2rE 5'! 2 " 4. "' 14. 2. .23 .- j-'-5} :, . 5911 7: ' . f' .44: 59?5.' .? :3*? 2 -4.545 "5.:qo ';i .5 4z 5 .. ': i: 3 ?ý" f5 " 4?';:t .-5;. °0:'.; ", ?, ; 5.1 94 59i 9.6 2 6,l5:t ' "ij$3 0. 34. ',.5 " ." "3 "4I" -'"g? "6: x '-94 '.ý ':~ r : : .8 32.'. .ti . I ,.6:;"' 7 229 29'4 0 _7932. 12245 '2C2 1'.1." 2,'2 22 90 o,,2r ? ". . x,:. " i". -;0- - ,' 2 , 4 2t2 1'5 i .: 5 . :? 9 on ,. i =0;l..{. ? 30.:.?,': . . .: 2 x:, .'; Y 2. 29!12.32 .32?v i 45'" 25 T ? , 1-12 S· 1 73" ¢ ' '' ',3' -2 1ELUUN V ir - .2 YARRAVIL.LE. 54xY ':-+ul .l'4 9'57, .; 12 -...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

A^NCIE COMIPANY Limited).. I )i . ~-'- IT h usesirs popos iloeD "?'-:'':: ..&.. , r .I-Sr! i y aOffd'Vlii llnces to' ' "-;. ge;-* ..-~ctor.'Yootscray notlA~jlttianstoivn.. ' • lulcu "" ý :... - , d" ;,;HE+ COILONI L11MUTUTALA? DIiRH URA.SWANceF Qý(i r S0tJK CflENYt" TMENTS; ' NUITIET,. 4 ,& 86 COLLINIS ST WEST;' MlL.urnc OF.FICES I, ALTlo6 COLO'.,j -., t jV ice Presidents,i i· ,Thh? Hon: Sir Je)GG e'6BEg Inngeste ., G 'The Hon SirTlh'onias 'Hcllwmilh.I LD:; 'K .. ! G Samuel DC1Dventrorr.' PP";: t ":,., ;rrr i_ .": .:'':·n: -,: STi H,ýSir ukle Samuel Leatke,.E.L ] nePk'e:oelA ]3ngbton Chaseonten. T" . Hot. F.rl 'B? wvieer,ýMLC, Merotant Melbourne T. `a. H •.?A•T Clar ?j.ii...P. w.l..a ...sto.r eejiei WitBeq, Melbourne. ". Byron MooreMelbonmi:_i ;;i.7rs :t Nt R7' : iý i SPCIAL FOATUROS j Politieo ore? unconditional,; endalleogeable,. nd adefeanible. Non-forfeitable whide the surrender alne it auollritt AIPres belone to theirtb enrhe.... to ehe Moot ý " TUAý- f -1 SIlIf...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRAYING FOR EDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

P '.RAYING FOR ?DITORS." The' i: ..eton CI hriati ndicrth heading ;"Do you prsty for:cdi toIrs? 'i ym: .'Th c:amunt iof oo -al ircv . " comt litced Ib, the htuldic'?-mss. 'm"icnleiilahlc 'i. l crc my 1 half at doen minister. on the glol:e who preach regularly to four or five thousand lico lc; hbt there are com paratively few papers which do riot reachr:this number, alluwing an average of: five: persons. in each home to which the pa?cr.gces; while in numicrouis ca?es the 'cc"ngrcation of an editor amo?nits to huiidreds olf thouands' of 'persona. The ministkcr speaks perltais to two or thrie out: of a family, the, aged -and- infirm, o as :anile,. having no part in his niinistrations: The wirds of the editor go dtircclly to hei l.inr, 1nd reach • 'cry mcnbgT of th'fia'.. -who crt'Ids. The nii'.stcrt w'ids i.are spo:k'n h?.tily, .and: may all ,tlescssod.ai!lPatcl,.his thoul;htsi the words o1 thc cditur arelike:lrt6 Ibe plor?Scrc, filly consideredr , aid hi ;eughly s n:tsrc accr - ritcly...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. Louis Adolphe Thiers. PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

DISTINGUISIIED STATESII N. , L:;ouis AdolpheoThiora: During.alle thei tiie of t?lhsecond .mon-archy 'the a'antagonism,:. betiseen 1 hiniersiandi Gisizt wa s the one great subject for discussion tlhroigh?hout the* country. The(question vas as to:who sh6tild gaiin the ascendancy, andy who should :.govsc ri:Frarince. ; Thie struggle waisopen, vehienent, 'ind iell sustained After the. fall of:;lfhiers': fir?istmi ,istry, :whlich;! s'wchave said'. Iasted :.lut five soon: broken up. mainlly by tl? influence of T-hiers-ni? ias. succeeded by: the ministi3 of Soult' a-hich Awas froi tlihe .beginning foredoomed to'a short exis tence through its exclusion of both. Tliiers and Guizot. :iDuring this period of freedom' froth -the cares of office,; Thiers :published his " History of the Consulate: and the Empire," obtaining from theipublisher :for the :property in ppe tuity of his ianuscript the magni ficent sum of 5,;ooo ;fraics. Imine diatedly on the fall o the Soult abiiet, l'lhiers was sent fo...

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 — 9 June 1883

WiIY DON' T.THE:MEN PROPOSE:'-' TOIIE. EDITORrOF TIE? IN.ElDEPENDENT. SiR, -This important query has long been a source of the deepestiriterest among the young marriageable ladies of Footscray .arid its pro-; bable solution is a puzzle. I am a most pre possessing young lady, not yct out of mn, tens; and many more of mya'ssociates hase the same goodi recommendation.;; ,Wc-, rci also' well versed in household duties,; and are. quite capable of being the better half of a home, yet we fear that terrible result--=the :dusty shelf' --and for. what reason-? Simply because' the so-calledt?" lordsof? creation, haves not ?th 'courage to propose, and make their miserable lives happy. How manymay be met in Foots cray ilooking1 miserable: and dejected,,when a loving wife and eoinfoitable ime swould mliake them' happy, smiling, ,and: coitented. :This. could all be remedied if they would but cast asidec their mock milesty, their billiarids, their nightly debauching, and toe the scratch like picn a...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUD! MUD! MUD! TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

j MUD! 'MUD I MUD ! .TO THE EDiTOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. SIR,-Winter is once more.upon us with all its sticky delights, and "King Mud" has re sumed his undisturbed sway over the whole district of Footscray. Now that the loth of June; has arrived, the ratepayers are again called upon to pay for the privilege of being allowed to wade over their boot-tops in the "glue" of the district. Is it alays to be the same, this pleasurable (sic) antictpation of a little rain? When will the Council wake ip to the fact. that it is the mud and the general nastiness w·hich . surrounds-' Footscray, that keeps it back in the suburban race? ,Where in sall the other: suburbs is the land soi heap? WVheire is, there ;such i Rip Van X.Winklian Council,ivho seem to lack ambiiioni in making their :suburb a piradise for the working m?an?' ?.~Whcie i the rate-collector so ready for his.dlau, tinl where are the :rites sliCnt so carefullythat nobody can see where they have gone, or what' they, have"r been Ispent' ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

TO TIIE EDITOR OF THIE ThDEPENDF\. T SiR, I notice in the comfortoble reading roomr of oirIocal i icchanics';institute th t files of both the d-ldi?r'isrr'and Cliroiticl ire hung up for reference, hut I.fail to see that of your rahuable: paper. :Dbo' you know of ayreason -why? - : :- DVANCE;I Verec are t aware tofan rce. on. Ask the secretary of tihe instiiute. Ern I.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

o:.Correspondence. - Whils?invitiegommun it--onsand feendiuousionon all qestio. s of public interest or utility thepropric tory will neither identify nor. hold tbemselves rnspo?nibl for the opinions eupressed. The ona fid: address of the writer must be sent with eich letter as a guarantee of good faith ; but the edlitor will exuriese the right of striking out any objection : ablor epenonal references foreign to the-question IALLAST?I?N. -Your .letter and. comments S thereon will appear next weck : .

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THE WONDERFUL LOVE." TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

"THE WONDERFUL LITVE,." -. TO TiE.RDITOR OFTHE SINDEPESNDET. Sr ?r I am :satiisfied that nei thei r .ilr Soper" nor any oe his- behalf, will dare to affirm,:through the. press, thati infants are sinnert; I will now proceed to show the eiils arising:froni the presentation df such a-.theory from the ipulpits, catechisnis, and confessions of faith6f sich 'teacheis'arid pre'schersi.But1.I must" first redeem my promise, iegrding:?hit "Rep&,tisii'c d'd" 1s ardo?? of the "mostr -Helt deservin of sunrers..? .LeLus suppo. such n being gui?ltyr of' every- cnmr,at, tir poini of death recovering froma state of beastly intoxi catiron with the terrors of-hell :and the 'joys of heaveni presented t0him by somse pinous; buit deluded preacher.: Su~ipse- the preacher point to him in the midst of his terror, to Jesus as One-who paid the debt fdr:him, and tell-him that if he will only believe that He dis for Arir sins, he will be safe. If he do believe: and truly beliece this in his lasi moments...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO COUNCILLOR JOHNSON, FOOTSCRAY. (PER FAVOR OF THE INDEPENDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

.:TO COUNCILLOR JOHNSO?.N,?I - FOOTSCRAY: " "` (rca FAiOalbF' TIi+NNDEDirii'nNT. ). Sir, Breing .concernied to hcar tlhe reply from the Central Board of Health to the letter of our Town Clerk, who, upon your motion ' carried at the previous ineiting of the local Board a fortnight ago, was' instliicted to write' and 'sla that.jbody. whens, the.inmprodementsin which':they weie-concerned with' Mr Nei?w?ir at: Messrs Blyth, Irvine, and Binney's. .works," for the suppression of the nisaince ?cised by -them, would be completed, I was not a little surprised to find,.on attendiig he hiieetingnof :the local :Boiid last nightlthat not'a single thing had been done in the matter,and in your absence from the meeting, none of' our-fellow Scouncillors felt it necessary-to questi6n the reason for this apparent neglect of so obviodii duty. I believe ;t was predicted',by sbne- of your friend, th itno other: fte 'awhitedtyour motion, hit yo; would not hear tof it ,"?hat. then have you now to say to it...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 9 June 1883

BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL MosDav, JUNE 4, Is83. Present--Cr Christie (in the chair), Graham, Hopskins, McLagan, and Dickson. The mnutmes of the previous meeting ,were read and confirmed. The. outward correspondence was also read anil adopted. The following communications were received - -Fro?i Gdrernment Statist, handing a list'of thirty-thrlee occupiers and three nianu.:touring schdiies n6ti returned Iby the collector, and reqiieting ithat immediate returns be made. An:pProoxipfc re:turfn had berq forwarded. :-'The,!li?rn terofPuble \Vork uickriowledgiet re iptif. ttecr relative'to nsaallsig Public Bodle,? from'actisns for damages on unmade' roads. . . \A :imilar. letter. was received from' S. T. Staughtoni, Esq., ?;LA. prommisin? the Bill his support. From State Nuiscry, Maiedon, h'ndin; g list of tres for distribution. An application had. been .midefor a sufficient number to fill the blanks in the reserves and plantations. - Fromt. Central Board of Health, handing lopy ofetvidence ...

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