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Building Society Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 20 October 1883
B:uilding Society Meeting. The meeting convened by the Mayor for the purpose of considering the advisability of start ing a Local Building Society, was well attended and great interest appeared to be evinced by those present. The Mayor, who preside(, briefly explained the reason for using the Town Hall for the occasion, wasowing to the Mlechanics and the Royal Hall being engaged, but he was certain the ratepayers would agree with him that the object was one that interested them all, and the fact of so many signing the requisition showed they were agreed as to the wisdulom of having a Building Society of their own. IHe then read the requtsition, andcalled upon those who had signed, to lay their views before the meeting. Mr J. M. larr said as one of the signatories, le had been asked to move the first resolution, and he would. do so with pleasure,-as he felt sure that a Local Building Society would have a very great influence on the future prosperity of the borough, by inducing settle...
Braybrook State School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 20 October 1883
Braybrook State School Concert. A most successful and enjoyable concert in aid of the school prize find took plade last Friday week in the local school. The room presented a gay appearance by reason of the floral decorations and Ilags, and was crowded to the doors, many persons' being unable to gain admittance. The first item on the attrac tive programme, a pianoforte solo, was executed in a spirited and artistic style by Mr Wynn, who also, as accompanyist, gave great satisfac tion. Mr Lennon sang splendidly "The Warrior Bold." Miss M'Indoe's rendition of "Comning thro' the Rye" was received with loud applause. Mir Collins, who is: an old favourite, sang the "Upsand Downs of Life" with great success, being encored. "Thy Face' wasartistically rendered by Miss Chew. A recitation, "Four Eyes," by Mr Warner found great acceptance with the audience. Mliss Bygate, who bears a high reputation' in the district, sang "The Flower Girl" in a charming manner and was rapturously encored. Miss Am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 20 October 1883
B.,,Aiy yAppointment to the Marquis of Norminbj MR"" E',S. `E. BARKER, CO INS ST REET, .?l(..Late Nicoll, the Tailor) ;, SFirst-Class E;NGLISH, FOREIGN and COLONIAL' TWEEDS,r and COATINGS . ' al-ways; i ha d; . Prices Moderate.: , Satisfaction, Guaraiteed. :, ..Address-zoS ELIZABETH .STREET, Opposite Lo an Co., Ironmongers. J. IM BARR, AU C"TI'ON EER AND ir VALUER, ESTAT, , ' 7' FINANOE': AGENT, : "INDEPENDENT" OFFICE.; -:. N : icho:lson Street: ::.. .. Foot.oray. J H?. , hav.ing made arrangements with the Proprictory .of . the I:ndepen'; , is now in a position to inform the Public thit In order to offer every facility for both Sellers and Bu3yers, ,' " : ANY. PROPERTIES PLACED IN HIS IHANDS FOiR SALE' WILL BE ADVERTISED IN HIS LIST, ' AND; -THE UTMOST " . -PUBLICITY GIVEN.,-7? No Charge .being made, for SADVERTISING, nor Offering for Sale, iunless a Sale is ::. if .Di !j;ii: effeoted, -:;'r Sales of Furniture,: Produce, and Stock conductedain i- any part: - of. the .3Districtl AGEN...
Correspondence. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 20 October 1883
Correspondence SWAN ERS. TO CORRESPONDENTS. @CLRECF `LINDF .'" -eceived, af(n1 held o~er for? future issue. Thinks. ".n-k:.. : `TRtUE BLUE."- ce answeredthe qucstion "ibefore "Yoi l o are wrong. Charles Stuart' PaPrinell is a decendantel the English lpet of !'that :tiame Hr `is5 a nProent' sts a mii.ember of the Protestant Synod. -Heenitcreic ,'the: Houts? of Cominlisi s tn 1875, and asseunled .the lead of the londe Rule piary frobniMrbu tt, ;the founder threroI
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 20 October 1883
T LIE :frN AT I O'N'L -BAN K` 0 F .:AUSTRALASIA oror(Inerpritd byActs 6f th? VictoriH, South Austr.ipifh idnl Wern - %=stem --. , : n2' 00i0?,ooo00 Sharesof '5 emch.:::: : CArAI.PI D-Ptvia. ...,r:; ..t 8,000 RESERVE FUN:, ; ., 95,000 :CORNER: ' OI IHYDE .? NAPIER STS., S -Hills Discounted: i -. Deposits received anmd Inierest allowed Drafts isshu O EiA L ngl and the Colonies., anking business :in all itsliranches trans , .jolt',i CotI.IoUN, Manager ·! i: :;:t:!.:iDressniakers. \/JISS: A CUT??E :i- TSON Wishie the Ladies of Footscray to knos - ? : that she liasr started RYAN, STREET, FOOTSCRIAY:. ISS ISABEL1. DARLING, DRESS and ohrviMANTLE MAKxe iERt MILLINERY and GENERAL NEEDLE WORKER. C. o S'' . TR ...., FOOTCRAV. Blacksmiths. o11 N ro TIIERINGIIA Mt, Genera ''Blacksmithi.. AND Horse Shoer NAPIER STRIET, FOOTSCRAY. All tinds ofo Blacksomith'isork niatle and repaired on the shortest notice. Repairs to Drays and other vehicles executeid neatly. : CI: ARGES MODERATE. JOHN O'SHEA, Vete...
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1883. Before Messrs Shuter (P.M.), D. Mitchell and W. Mitchell. HORSE EXERCISE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 20 October 1883
Justice of Peace Court. .MONDAY, OcToncx 15, 1883. Before Messrs Shuter (P.M.), D. Mitchell and W. Mitchell. HORSE EXERCISE. Six lads named Woods, Score, M'Mahon, Sutherland and Stewarts (2), were charged by Constable Rushworth, of Yarraville, with using a horse without the consent of the owner. John S. Keays deposed that he owned paddock in Stony Creek, which he used for grazing purposes. On Sunday, the 7th inst., he went up to the paddock to get a horse he required. On arriving there he saw a large number of youths of the larrakin class, who were ;taking it turn about to ride his horses. The prisoners were amongst the hand. The two Stewaits dlid not appear, but the rest pleaded guilty. Woods, M'Mahon and Stewarts were lined 0s. each, with as. 6d. costs. Sutherland and Score were let off with half the amount. OBSCENE LANGUAGE James Porter, a local youth, not over par ticular in his choice of words, was lined L, or one month's imprisonment for making use of obscene language. He was ...
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 20 October 1883
ROUND THE WORLD. :,v: -. .Iy A' FCOTSCRkAAN.: I TuiaILINxrs into my clothes at the .hourn men tioned', I started. off in search of ,a dentist, chlieiist, or.any one else who couldl, id nrme of the tormentor, and ialked about until halfpasst seaeni o'clock- to dand a half hours' misery beforeI found a chen.ist's shopopen,; dentists doo not commence business until ten:.m. . On the piinciple of. making the best of,a bad job, I subhmitted,'to an operation by the pillnmaker and felt rilieved, aid re?enged?vhen I saji the iingleader ii the forcepsi as Ihopled it might prove a caitiin tod the other cantankeious grinde'rs:.:. ·;:? ? ::, i Continuing my'peregriiations'th'e follo-wing morning at six o'clack, I-visiteid Hallk'cie" trales, near which stands the noble church,o d St Eustache.-: This central mairketLthere are several ofthem--presented the most extraordin ary appearance I ever ittnessed...'There were' thousands of vendors and, purchasers, 'gooid looking, rbbust market-woman, ano fa...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 20 October 1883
i New.s in Brief. The new line from Tallarook to Yea will be opened about the 16th proximo. Somebody gone crooked in the Titles Office. What next ? More earthquakes :-'Chios in Greece, and Aivalik in Asia both severely shaken. i'Parliament is- eip?ected,l to prorogue on Thursday week for a long spell. &nbsp; Weiberg, the gold robber, has been drowned in attemppting to cross Waratah Bay in a small boat. A large meeting of magistrates at the Town Hall, Melbourne, passed resolutions in lavor of theslash as a cure fior larrikinism. The quarterly social in connection' with" the Footscray Debating Society will be held on Monday evening in the Mechanics' Institute. Mr Smith, at Queenscliff, died through taking a header at the baths in too shajlow water. Owing to the failure of negotations between France and lChina, the: latter power prepares for blockading the port of Canton . Thie Cerlbcrus had a run down the bay testing the; new boilers and her fresh cerberising quialities. The R...
SHIRE OF BRAYBROOK. Maidstone, 27th October, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883
..Maidstone,, th October 1883 In accorance with Clause 265 of the' Local Government in the Shire is published for the information of the parties "SmnrLrinra . - :s Lomlil Ic,-.)i ST' !A-UAV S.. .. _ iNorthern Ridingf Southern Riding., Easterr Riding Allen, David, M aidstoin e : " 1-3 .0 0 A vivs Georgioa, SaltwAter rivcr .. i: ' 1s i'.1 52 0 ,o Alle';"Villiam Henry, South Braybionk .. ' 10 0 0 Arbuthnot, Mrs George, Maribyrnong -j .., o 0 '', Al ? ' John, tmsa?H i . 15 0, Austin, Alfred; Pyivheitjorrk ..- ( . l: ,' 0" ', . Armstrong, Thomas, Maidstone - . . ' 10o 0: o0' i "--o Butler, George, Albiono .. ..id 'Ir,8 id o 'liinlt Richn'd .Albioin .. :2 i10 Bennet,Thos.K., John,& William, Mariliyrnong 210 i 0 Blrown; John, South Bra-ybrook '. 20 0 illaire John, .Saltiwter ri ver ;!.', " : !o'' o.. ' , I . '::,: I 1 i' Io-0 ' l firry, IItho;pt riy;,.M.aidstone ... .. : i 1d ileach', MrsI..ns idsto n .ai n . ". '? ', B'abli',Th0i'eas'Allenu llraybrooc : ; . '" ' i/A = '= - A " Bab...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883
P It E R I C K, WATCH and OLOOK MAKER, .;MANUFACTURING JEWELLER, ; I.)IAMOND SETTER AND OPTICIAN, F T -o RA iiuiis," :',,^BARKL' S T;REE iT, . . Begsto informi the lInhabitants of Foolscray, S:-. Yarraville, ad d idistrict, that he6 has opened n. ,as abh ven.:nd .trustslby.unremitting attention . to the work entrusted to him, to merit a!fair -". , i ý'ý: ::? " shire of, their patronage.i ' ! : .ianefacturer of Cps, Trophie;SVand" Medals S" forr'Cncket,' FoOtball .iid -Rowiig Clubt - : ",NH .ABITANTS OF. FOOTSClAV '.AND "SURRoUNDIrNG DbiCTRICT, ;Y YOU ARE: :MOST ..RESPECTFULLY " : REQUESTED. TO BUY YOUR; : HATS ! HATS ! HATS ! -HATS'!"'HATS!: : :HATS HATS ! HATS! T . O LA RK-'!S ( Y O'URKE ISTREET I ::'.20; i. :, EAST, . 20? ( i. '*.-' Near Pa'rlianient lHo~ se.) .* -' . YOU' WILLIFINDI cA:.-LARGE AND SV:,.. : -ARIED:ASSORTMENT ., AT 1: ',ii .:MODERATE .PRICES.', j. ' " .Patent 'Machine; for aking exact size of Head. . .No 'Extra Charge. Observ -We!i- lose- it ' Salesmen's and s is, ...
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883
STO.DAY'S-MATCHES. ;, P FOOTSCRrAY- V YARRAVILLE. -This mateud will be continued:?this afteirnoon, iii vestern reserve;. -The following .:illirepresenit Foots cray?--Baird, Dean, "Ehgli'h (2), Gatlandi, Johnson, MePhail, Mitchell, Nunweek, Spencek and White; emergency--Paltinson; ;Scorer, Mr Grey;` Umpire'Mr T. Spence. Yarraville team :- McDonld G.,; Campbell, Brown, Fielding, Corby (2), White, Nichols, Quinard, McPherson and Hunter. FoorscRAY (2nd) v. HoTIAMs Isr?ERIAL. At the Royql P~'tk. The locals are requested to met t "fooScray station at 2.IS:--Bennett; lprFqtip, Contbep, Copplestone (z), French, Dean, A., Harris, McLeod, Shepherd, and Scott. FOOTscRAY V. FITZRov (seconds).--To be played behind the Presbyterian Church, start mg at three o'clock sharp. The following will represent the locals:-Chalmers, Fox, tIanify, Kelly, Lovett, Mills, , McDougall (2), Mitchell, Newell, YQung, Rsudda and Hanna. .MAIDST'ON. V. YARRAVII.I.E (21fd).4 On'the grounl of the formcer. The following ...
FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883
FOOTSCRAS -' Dxxx,' bSutherland ' .: - :,; Young, run out,:.1::: Mitch ell D., b Sxxhxxbxnd -.` ý'o'? :l~:.:oavett H:; outEiu n .;o;: I" IL ;' Fox, run outý -~" :. - IComoboT nixox McDougall ib Subexicand Mllixs; b Suthx. 04 Y"my ', Gniffltlx, nrot xxt Stooe;x;Coobeoob xroooly.&lt;..--, ol Sutherlanduo bSothxernIaod.i: - Ve Total 6x:
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1883 Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883
"ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOrscRAY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER .2, 1883 Hospital Sunday. • . " • . . . 'i. . .. AGAIN the time has come round when the claims. of those charitable. institu'' tions,. which .have been ..established underthe2 benign ,influencejof ? Christi anity for;therelief and assistance of the poor, afflicted ones of- our: race,; are placed proiiinently before us.in con nection.with our Sunday services. On these.: daysý3e acknowvledge weekly ini our? wors hip'.thiatr alt-we have- has Ijen givenus: by .Him froin :viom eery; gpod. .:gift- comh;'.iand who0 hýying. given us-Himsell; lef" us=t th`oDivine precepts as ialegacy for all tiimie.?'The poor ye have always with y}ou, but Mle. ye have not alaays : . .s Inasmuch as ye have done it unto.rthe least :of these, my brethren ye have done it unto me.; . It I.is. .mone blessed to give .than to receive'.'; Under what circumstances can our gifts be more ac ceptablei thani to provide,. for. the.:sick, the poor, the halt, and,.:the blind-...
FOOTSCRAY v. YARRAVILLE (2nds). [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883
Foo:-'CRAV (2iRRA LLE ( Inds). Teamss from. these clubs met at Yarravillc o Sat?rday last. -The local captain won the' tos and sent his mene first;to the. ?ickets,;their;last alling for ai total of 68:.j.B.. Comben :i2 (no nut), and Sutherland with 8i being iop scorers. Footscray could only manage to reach 62,and. hus lost the' nmatch by 6,runs. :Loiett' 14; Griffiths (sub.) 43 (not o,,ut), ?:and.Youpg. i loing the principal scoring. "ApFended are he scores:- 3 - YARIAVILLE:. SStoie;c Grlffith.si b Loveitt l,.;'-"' -. : ': :;'s Sutherrid, b Mills -:. i.s.--. 'i M cDonald A.,-b ills - . Hcnderson,- lbw b Lovcet i:.,;.':. t :...- .3 : fATicDonald.J.,-b Mills 1, * mRodgers,b Mills . C emben B.; notoui ; "ti .. :6utý-'-, Co :.cmbeni S. b DSan . - /t:-'- . ,:':' i :" S- ond, b D man 5 r;;t -., ;V'; J. Sundries,ta . ; V: e quIom:. 61, i
A New Mechanics'. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883
THE success .which ;has attended the bazaar iniaidof ?the reduction of the debt' uponi the Clhurchi of St.jlMonica, resuilting in a net profit ofit about £550,. shows that when ;the?.public, of .Foots cray lend:theirunituted aid to any. public mo6vement;; its difficulties ;re easily sur mounted. ,The;; denominations .con cernied.are' to .be-. comnfiended (for- the. effort pit :fortli; and the, grand result obtained, and, a hint is' given to the public which it is to. be 'trusted irill be taken, that.;ifi?:the ; orkers ? of ?one denominatio.n: could, secure so much public support for hhath6owever laiud able-doesi afterýalli affect'bdt' p,6?ion o thei community, hOw greatv should be the' result of a movement; that' should command the aid 'of ev;ery residerit ii the Borough:~is'In older 'learly to':plac the facts on which-this ideais based be= 'fori thei'ibliclit "is 'necessary (o state' the circiumstances prni'iarily.. The Me-' chanics' -Instit?i?e ?inebirtes'.iithin .its compass, a:r...
FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883
FOOTSCRAY.'V Copphestonc, b Medway;; : , 3 French,b Medway, ; - - .,ý : " F; Harrs, b Canrte JlcMislit'iiiht r ' ·; "` CoppM..toninn 7. L4 ·· enlb Mledwvy::~.-. liennet ý bMeduay Scott; b Modocy ,'Sbtphcrd b Medwa 3 Babb; runo ut.; Btye 1 I Ttt 58
PLEASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883
:PLEASUc.- The brethren: f.f the :Loyal luckingham Lodlge I.O.O.F., have arrangel or a social which is to conim oli at tie Royal Hall on Friday .'eening' icx+tf. 'Misse .ack; ndatiughtoil,Mrs Crisuin, and Mlssr?'?itbl?,6 Crispin, .leath:ote uand other vwellki6nwn'pcir ormeirs have given thecir services and will tin doubt att'ait.alatrgc gathering " -V Ai;'i? ii. S?A sricsi . The folliwitiig'iare the registrations' foi the week ending'.October l3th:-Footscriy, two births ind. one .death Maidstone, one birtli; Williatmstown; ten births and three deatlis ; and IIothiini, twild. births and sei:en ideths: Theire sviered 7births and andt Io2 deaths' in 'Melbourne arid .all suburbls in .the saime period;, of. the deaths - ? w?e infants underon year. : .: i BA.ZAAR So .\ lim i niited nun;ber. iof tickets are-eheing, issued by the comniiitieiof St. ;:Monica's .bazaar,i for :a :complimenitary Social to be given to the ladies who. gave thelirt services thereat. Ii will be h held in the IRoyal ...
FOOTSCRAY v. PARKVILLE (seconds). [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883
ooracCSlAY 5. 'PARitKlVlF. (seconds). The second elevens of thes two clubsI met on Siturday in the "Royal Palrk: The captaini of the Parkvilltewon the toss from McMasters, who captained the Footscray, and elected; to bat.- C. Copplestoni - andScotL werd~: th opposing bowlcrs, and so wvelt did they:per formnn, that thatie whole teani were disposed ofin a dozen overs, for the small score of 16.. French arid H. Copplestone were the first to,:don, the pads for the visitors.. The lattier after. makirni 3had to retire, and IHarris took his pIlace,-only to lose his partner- (French), who was bowled after making 5. MieMister then appeared, but Harris, afier making a go0od hit. to the on, had to retire. C. Copplestone and Bennett, the next two men did nothing. : A slight stand vas then made byI McMaster and Scott. ,. Whei they appeared to be getting set, the former was unfortunately run out. ,-anify, who filled the vacant wsicket, bitted very,ivell for his few runs until he Was-run out, the ...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883
News in Brief. A inAmetig of the Lalies lBenevolent society isillhbe eild on Wednesday evening; in" the lIoroiugh l'Clihaiber "i : iiti Frranik'Woods formierly'of -- illia nsutow n has opened lm;ne.lbak.ryr adtd fancy bread'm establishmiiet' ini-:nderloth'sleeil, Varraville John lIlytlt, Esq. is gazetted a-member of the HIIrbor Trust to represent the' Government. ;Adivace Footscray: . . . " Th,WVilliamstown IRacing Club will have a da'y's-nrf-ciutting and rail-snmstihig on the Prince of Wales birthday November 9th. ouobitllorsthink-more police protection is required for ithe boirough.- .The galoots are venting their exuberance on the street lanmps. Corbett who carried off the gold bars fromu the Conmiercial Bank .is sentenced to hardl york for six 'ears. VV . : : A man named Thomson was sent to gaol for one month at the local police court yesterday, for-stealitig a hditle of whisky from M.r Dick son, of Kororoit Creek. ci c... direct our rcaders' `attention to an ad vertisenlent of ...