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WHY DON'T THE MEN PROPOSE? TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
ASin -Xour esrr spo'iduent ofl stieeeta's ."Vhy?dul'titl~thien piropose ?'i nd procelds tor'mac somei statm:Lcnts touctiinghei o?wn c?. as to mniakc `,e the que:stion aliost an 11nan0 ivur.bl' conuiidrum to theiuminitiated. l-I?n nver, too explai.ations "occir:i toin?v which I think may be a:ccepted as satisfacitory.';-Oniis there are no men--ihe featherless biteds thit ' Elsiit" in lier :innocente imaginies to, Ie " men",, arc nothing in the ?world but'" shapes". for;the tailor to exhibit.his latest cut on..' The seconiid eplanation is that'if ,a stray ian ci? s b some wonderful. a cident exist itn the com, munity, he dolos .not proIose, lie sc;ie there is te dread possibility- of being scceptedoit ndoing soi. Hoping "' Elsie' wvill find :tlhese reasons atisfactory, I am, etc.,. E.H. Fooitstcra; June.ltth.
"MEND YOUR WAYS." TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
"MIEND YOUR WAYS." T s TiHE EDITOR OF THE tINDEEEiDE'T. StR,--Everyone who has read your article in last Saturdays issue, its- to nending our ways, will agree with you that it is high time, something was done to improve our roads. It is simply a disgrace to the Cpuncil and its tficed, 'that a town so old as Footscray should be in so deplorable a condition. The filthy state of the roads, and how to rctmedy this evil, is the subject that should engross the attention of the Council to the exclusion of every other matter, and the ratepayers should not allow the question to be further postponed, councillors are expected to take some interest in the performnnance of the duties, which at election time they evince .so much avidity to have:entrusted to them, andi tlios of theii who find they are becoming fossilised, should, as honorable men, volunharily retire from a position they' are not fitted for by-nature, and allow others less stifftin the joints and possess ing more: energy and abilit...
Cullings and Cogitations. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
Cullings and Cogitations. lBy La Pihnm:. Men advertise for lost watches, lost pocketr books, and lost jewellery, but never fot lost principles; nor ladies for lost characters. A statistician estimates that 50,000oo of the residents of Glasgow go to bed intoxicated ahnost every Saturday night, and as often as possible between. Anyone `having warts can easily be rid of thenm by applying with a camel's hair brush a strong solution of chromicacid, this application done three or four tines is a most easy apd efficient remedy. It iý stated on medical authority that the conmnon house-hly, apart from its being suchl an annoying pest, has the capacity of trans, milting disease by carrying the germs from place to place. ;'The "eatest pawnbroking establishment in the world is the Mont de Pi.it of Paris. It does a business of over 30,000,000 of francs per annum, and its charge of interest is one and a quarter per cent and no more. Charles Reade, the writer, is credited with the following:-" Oui...
St. John's Progressive Union. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
St. John's Progressive Union. There was a large attendance of ladies and gentlemen present on Tuesday evening to listen to and take part in thie debate on the " Sunday Question," which was held in con. nection with the above.society." 1 MrlJ. M. Norris, one of the vice-presidents, occupied the chair, and after a few preliminary observa tions called on the president, the Rev. H. F. Scott, to open the debate. The rev. gentleman holds moderate views in relation to the opening of the Public Library, &e., and regretted the acrimonious discussion that had taken place on a subject which should not be dealt with hastily, and in which there was nothing gained by abuse and vituperation. He contended-(a) That the action of the trustees was abrupt and inopportune; (b) That to open the institutions in question would tend to multiply labor, secularise Sunday, and increase the places of pleasurable resort; (r) That it was unnecessary; (,1) Inexpedient ; and (e) It was impossible to say whe...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
Correspondence. - -Vhiist inviting coommunitioasand f'rec dio:ussion'on nil quotiors of pubic interest or utilit-, the proproe tory will neithor ideltify nor hold themloehlv responsible for t:h opinion o pro?ocd. The ,too S leaddress of tie rithcr.must he sent with ??cl, letter as a guaranteo of good faith; lut the editor w tll exrcise the right of striking out an)- objt~ol-io a'bl y o:,personal rcfreners foreign to. the question . at ssue.
Presentation to Sergeant Corbett. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
-Ont W\ednesday e snoometwnty nc peenbmet at the Be lgr-Hia' lItel l 'where: ibanquet had becn stpreai iti hinor of SergL.int Corbett ?eiho has been promoted:to tie charge - of the)Ilothani polie station; after ai residence O' fiavc 'dears; in thi borough:.The chair was oc:'pCiie?de- byMIr-W?: Mi; Clark'bi.H P, ;-the :guest .; - hf:the evening ,brinig (on', :his right, and :Dr i Morton on his left; H. Morris, Esq J.P.; oc S:iipicd thevice-cha-ir.' After justice hid been done to the eatables, laidt in: Mrs Emnier's brst . style ;:lie Chairman proposid the toast " Her ajesty.the Queen?' which-s receis-ed tal with :msical :honors.:. Bumlers -bein&g filled'- the "i:.-t? ic? iinhii?anrose to propose "Tb i:'gitest of the :evening? ' e icr:ioemarked thai lte:as un able to do:justice to Scrgcaitt Corbett's many good o.silitics: 'He (the spelaker) had mahy opportunities of observing' the `Sergeant in the discharge of his dtity, ndl ould aver: that he d?id dso without fear; favor, or ...
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1883. Before Mr Shuter, P.M., and Mr Bowley, J.P. ROAD SNATCHING! BOROUGH COUNCIL V. J. HARRIS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
MoNDAY, JUNEf 3i tSS3 BOROIOUGI COUNCII V J. .i3 IS.' This was an action brought under the 399tlh section of the Local Government Act; 1874, against James Harris, .Footscray, charging hit with ha-ing encroacthed' upon Paisley street, in the parish.of Cut-paw-paw, by rusing a fence to be erected on and in the same street. Mr Gillott appeared for the Council and Mr KIidston for the defenlant. Mr Gillott in opening the case ior the plaintiff stated thCt it would appear in evidence that the street had been in use for over twenty years, and during that time the Council had been continually improving it in the way of metalling, *channelling, putting down water tables, &e. A proclamation was issued in the Government G~aetie of November 8th, 1877, proclaiming Pai'sley street a publice highway and 65 feet wide; but although Mr harris had been warned he had persisted in fencing in 14 feet at one en d and feet at the other, reducing the width of the street to 52 and 55 fet. If this sor...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
NIews in Brief. The maintenance case of Fleming v. Fleming which ias to have cen heard at tile Court last Thursday was postponed till next Monday. Chloe has gone home with Dr Fitzgerald from the Picture Gallery. She was shocked to hear so mich said about her. Poor girl I STie Surrey Cricket Clab made about £500 clear profit out of the live matches played by the Australian Cri:l:cters. HIow's that for high, umpire? Tihe Select I)ancing Asse:mbly lately started under the presidenor of D)r Morton, intend to hold their first social evning in the Royal Hall, on Friday, July 6th. The Ivy Lodge of Druids, advertise a meet ing for next Monday, for the purpose of initiat ing Icrty new members. All officers and members are requested to attend. The Shops Commission are drafting a seheme for the establishment of Courts of Conciliation to deal with the disputes between masters and workmen. * The entire supiply of water flowing into the an n Ycn reservoir at present is not more than the: ceonsump...
Amateur Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
': Amateur' Parliament. -4-i·r:.:-- In, the absence of the Speaker, Mr Rae johnstoncoccupied.the chair. Mr H. Humphrey continued l the debate on the "Bible in State Schools," and in doing so stated that he con sidered Mr George Coppin's plan one of the best ways to get over the difficulty. He then read an extract from the writings of the late Rev. Canon Kingsley, which appeared in tile columns of the Age newspaper. After Mr McLean haul made a personal explanation, Mr Poian, a new member, expressed himself as being in favor of the opener's views as to the inadvisabilityof introducing the bible into state schools, although he agreed with the respondent in his idea of moral teaching. After a few words from Mr Dixon, in which ihe eulogised Sunday school teaching, Mr McLean rose and referred to the evidence given.by him before the Royal Commission on Education. One of the rqelstiona asl:ed was " Have you any ob jection to teach religion and morality in your school?" His answer was " None...
TRANSFER OF LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
TRANSFER OF LICENSE. The license of the, Punt Inn was'transferred to Mr Clarson. SDEBTs CASES. IL Guest sued S.- G; King, one of the un successful candidates at the recent election in the North Yara I Province; for the:'sum of rL, for :work and :labor done in the way of canvassin- &:. Mr King denied the debt, and after heanng the facts of the -casethe Bench dismissed it. On' leaving" the Court Mfr King handed the defendant.. the .'£t. without remark SQuirkiv. Robl.: The defendant .wlo was represented by MIr: Gillott, is the .,ell known Go?ernmenst .contractor, and was sued for the sum of £'i:.9s for carting forty-eight yards of sand lTh Selwhole case rested on the measure ineat, aild MAr :Gillott called several witnesses to prove that the nmeatsurenient was incorrect. The :defendantý admitted that there was an aimouintof £6 9s due to the plaintiff, which heihad refused to: take.. The Bench gave a verdict for £6 ?si :.u :
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
MARRIAGE. FIRTII-SHAW.--On the 7th June, at, the bride's residence, by the Rev. J. A. Soper, assisted by the Rev. G: P.Lush, Brighton, Aquila Firth, of Footscray, to Mary Jane Shaw, of the same place, widow of the late Henry Shaw. Funeral Notice THE Friends of Mr MARCO WILLIAMS &nbsp; are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late heloved danghter, Florence Adelaide, to the place of interment, the Foots- cray Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from his residence, Poole street, Foots- cray, this day, Saturday, at Three p.m. E. R. WARNE, Undertaker; Footscray.
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1883. How are Our Ways to be Mended? [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 16 June 1883
"ONWARD AND UPWARD." &nbsp; FOOTSCRAY SATURDAY, JUN 6, 1883. &nbsp; &nbsp; Howiaro Or Ways to be Monded? INr continuation of our remarks respect ing tie condition of the roads of the Borough, and the position of the Coun cil to eifect improvements, 'it is neces sary first.to grasp the circumstances of the situation before arriving at conclu sions. By a series of events it is need less now : to :idiscuss, the.Borough lhas becn l laced in 5possession, of, three draivbidges, and a long stretch: of Swanlp road, from neither of Which is any: reventec derivable, while at. the samec time cachkof thesei are most ex pensive items in the outlay of. the Borough. .For' the purposes of our article .it is sufficient to say that while in 1877 the-income from the Maih Road Toll. Fund .was ?£1450, that uii 882 tlie? expeniditureii on tj-1 sain.aieo,0ks, without. any income uworth mentioning;, aimiounted in round numbers to ?Iooo, for nmintenance only. It will be seen what-a h...
Poetry. A JUNE IDYL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883
A J ?:>E Yi4j-Y L:": JUiNE liows changed, how dull and drear Tlihou anrin'this strange hemispliere Wet; weary da;ys,lonig,cherless hour i Unblcst by suinshineor with flowers ; : Dirk, sullen cloudts the skics o'ercast ? The-fitfiul howling wintry blast With cerie moan or whistlc shirll, Sweeps throuigh the valley itcdo'er hill... Weird cinblem of my 'wayward life- Tuiiultuious, gloomy, fraught (vith strife . And memories drear; Memeotoes of a brighter lot-' - "Hope, innocence, and happy thought, Without a fear; "SThoit'rt' dear to me, Dear as faith thiit j6y imparts? .Dear as home to lodngiing heartsi : I welcome thee. With Ibyish ghue my licift cloth burn To welcome ever thylretuirn :-;':',T. As in that far off northern homenic: " Inthy glad daysI inloved to roam?.? W\\asting the sunny'golden hourse 's: _-r With childish pleasure plucking flowers- ": .. Tloeis. bright as boyhood's dreanim.' Ah; still it yearns !' and still more fond : For now thout:wear'st a fairy bondl' The flo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883
-JMBARR, AU. C0 TIO:E . N EBER- T S.· -' ..? :? : i-R,, ES .TATE, A, i FINANCE AGENT;. "INDEPENDENT" OFFICE Nicholson - Streetuls Fr J. M.Bhang made arrangements with the Propr..tory of the Irdendedt, is now ina position to inform the -. . ,Public , that; . In order to offer eery facility for both .Sellers annd Buer. , AY PROPERTIES PLACED IN HIS, HANDS " FOR SALE ' WILL BE' ADVERTISED IN HIS- LIST,: AND T-HE UTMOST PUBLICITY GIVEN :No Charge being made,: for ADVERTISING,l nor Offering for Salo, unless a Sale is effeoted, Sales of Furniture, Produce, and Stock condActed in any part of. the. District ' AGENT FOR TIHE Oolonianl Mutual Fire, and- Marine Insurance c' ompanies. In which the Insured- participate n the Piofits. Risks taken at Lowest Rates. Insure your. Houses, and your Furniture. Coloni al Mutual Life and Insured participate in the profits MONEY SAVED IS ONEY EARED. LAUSCEN' AND FOLEY, SCAS. ' Ti GREAT ASH - FUIPrISa . .HROUGHOUT s75 OUeK S'TRE' EAST S(Lati n J . S taa aia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883
; .--? , :,? that- shet=has: slarled-,,?:7? ,., T1 ande Directorye t' e uo i?ost Joe O'ISTOui$i " o . OllWck?Pe ?reeST, E oot, a OOiT"C' 11 Fe Billo t lin in and .a.Chiiney, : Geneal Blacksiith .Sweep, Cowvpecstreet, I ootscray:; ''"' ?' " " AND '-:" "':" '" -' .. .H0"rse. 'Shoe'r::....: . OAlKertoind ofhelkinght'd Coach uilder; -Napier Street4 rootswaay Crepairles :n i thc shortest notice Reparkls ty Drays and otFirewood andveicls executeolsold nealy.:: }Dressnlankers. "' ..CILARGES MODERAITE.., 'O .Hi N': ?.0 , S? H', E,-, GEN El! R, E 1Y -lT T I .;Dress' anidMantle Maker, I:IOUC LE"S i I Il T aFOOTSCl~,AY, Oppesit its", d re'ad ,c fW r .ch .n, :. HORSISSHO OA THM AHBEIPTSONE 1 1 '."-:.:.i ... ...... '!: :i .;. , "L .. .: i ;.: . 3 :: DIVsED FET .tCAIerEFtLV ArtiENDED To. The favor ofour rcshcommendationapprecdted. " RES?i;RSE MA,?i G. M ING FOTS TRIT, ANOOTS YARRAILLE PA RCE S DELIVERYL ., Dress and Mantle Maker O..i OSIT STOESA?rTOE. G'ce l' Caer, cri&c i£:preparcil to d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883
`.v-Thcsecond inmcdorthforl'icREMOVAL of INIGHTSOIL fuor the ear endingl3I1St later thaisn lt Jul fnct the Towii Clerkby aplictio s, with-ons iang the serviced o addr.l -c.the Macontractor, nd e n alDorsed'of s lcifications and ai articulrs a:the Tlad 1-ii -:Town Clerk's 'office, ior ongl'Cha m tbqer --rs ". ?' `tiJOHN ORrP, Town lerks- . .: ditioin ofthe 18 mm3issioer ofTitlls in 1is '- I ,behDf,. it , is .intended at-it li ::cUL piro ition bf oforiocki it fronmi theinscnertito n this undcir Applicatiis s, ei itt i ti h ats timra on I n tlo issueto ,be i ARGARET, I IEAoRSE,' of Foedtsceay, .pecifdoiv,catiSpecial . ,rticuits ofTitl the Town id described belov ihe dulid n (c lertificate :.havNing s is ihereb lged benthalosti :t stolen or .Dbehalft'ihis' intendedaofJ itSSte ': r'a of H-:HENRYKRONE, ,, ' fouParteenoaCro fpori the insection ofh,.:prishl t- of Cut, paw-pawiCount oBourke, contaiing dol , ai n perch?ial terificabofts.- it to the -Land described below, the luplicate certifi...
FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY v. ROYAL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883
FOOTBALL: '' oonrcRyv. "Rovw P'lR' . Thlese clubs met for tiid first timec lthis season in'the Royal Pnrk. :,Footscray won?:the toss, and decided to kick towards the south erid, the ivind at the tim. iblowing', across the 'ground, neither side gaining any advantage ?:The firt half of the ganme w?ys in favor of the visitors?, though the Park' inde sonic *fie rushes :thht put: 'the: "Flotscrayy backs .on their. metal. Footscray played the hall :on the wrong wing, (viewivith the ivind; insteadil oflagainst it;) had .they done the latler, they might haie been succ?ssful in iadding to thcir.score Which .iwasit lbehind lcch at half time T'Thesecotid half.wai in favor of theiParkl , ivho.secing- Footscrayis mistake, pl.yed the ball ngainstthe wind across the ground, instead ofgetting it out f:.bounds near:tI?ejgoat-r alesson .that.;:would-ido, Foots cray no harm, if attendedl to. The final., result being -Royail Park; , r: gdat though they'had tso'.other, chances thsat; went, over the ;pos...
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1883. Federation as it May Be. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883
"ONWARD AND UP\VARD.' : l:ooTscRt, SATURDAY, Jure 23;_ISS3j WVi ti each of tjie slpaker; at k hc Albur baiinuet spoke of fedcration of the colonies as. thing devoutly to be liopciCd for, -nd not at all: iiprobiable of accoimplishmen it ifas' rceserved for Mr Service our cannit. Scotchman "Prveieri:?,I; t trik. a hliigiher train; :ii mounit to a moiir su blime,. height. He not only expected to see a united Australii= Dominion ohi? r ede:ratied States,, but to see ~it represented ii the, 1P-irlrinienfi ti h United Kingdom;: of ?which s'e -re ione ::of tlhe iany aniid niglihty depndencies Nay: more,; he had even the hopelthit in his ownv. per son eliemiight be called on tor?p.'resent the? rederrted: S t tes'iie : ithat august assembly." If this is .not :alt toftie-set dovtnto the nishmiand pathos ivlich at timies affect thel'aftedinnerispeeches of public nien oisuchl puiblic. occasions. If Mr Ser?ice really meant a desire and an intention on :his? part .to attempt to carry out the idea...
"OUR HARRY." A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883
A T 1LE,0L OF-TH DIGGINGS A"An honestmen's, the noblcsturk ot d '. prlirkiaseil'i horse and i`ray, for cans encne of drwing" their waibhdirt to the crcek, so-at to ex'ilditi tt?.iwshing uip. Out of: thl; two claims they hliad', large quanitity of stuff, 'iml 'aiiiable, too, asc the yields proved.? "The horse was a hi.utiful dapple gray, and ait: that time tmd place w as well worth' the money paid for it, although ?dst, onohundredmand ten po;inds :itiold te thought a heavy price..' It; was?soon known on thei rush as e'of theii :stintchest there ,andl Wile.Harrycynd "Jim iwasheld asay daily,'!Ned eaartil many ?a? pounild irting for other miners, anid lrinighig b'acek loads of wiater from the criek. ": -, .- - :i' ".," `: H'irry was milh disappoinited;, thsat he had, s yet, no reply, to any of his home letters; and one day, havidng ?en doion ait the'tore, trains: mitting another huhdrerd ioiinds to his mother; he mentioned the maitter to the'store keeper, who had receivedl his former r...
The Ballast Question. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883
The Ballast Question. TrrAT portion of our community which has invested capital and labor in the business of supplying the shipping of the port of Melbourne with stone ballast, have apparent ground for com plaint against the action taken by the Government in supplying sa::d ballast at Sandridge, at a lcwer. rate than can possibly be quoted by the purveyors of stone for the same purpose. This is a matter of vital impbrt;npc o g nfuper ous class of men, and through t?lem tg the commiiunity at; largte. Whcnit is considcrcd ith:t but fofbd?r.hunidrcd afdl fiftym nit, iiilih sixty lihorses And ballist crafts valuid ait t??entythliousand piounds;. besides-the 'capitail sunk :in bui!ding: piers, pening quarries, and' license fecin t Ao cach, then: the magnitude of thc- int?r?sts at stake wiill be seen:: Under present circumstances: a lrgc :,umiber?-of: these men, and thli greatest- proportionl of the :capital ini iested, is completilyd uniemployc.d;, ilii the 2 Government, rat a purely nom...