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Flower Service. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

Flower Service, There ae few who do not love to look upon the blossoms of the human race-the, children, and probably none, who do not love flowers. When both of these attractions are combined as they were on Sunday' last, at the Flower Service, in connection with St. John's Sunday School, the sight is one to be. remembered. The service was held in the Royal Hall, as. no other building in the town could accommodate the host of children and visitors, and even its proportions were altogether too small for the comfort of the concourse. The decorations, floral ofcour.,c, were most artistic, and reflected great credit upon the designers, while inter spersed were pretty mottoes, texts, etc, the whole ensemble having been a labor of love with sy?ne jadies and gentlemen on the previous day. - 5 - The b:xty of the hall at service tinle was densely t.aicktu with children qnd every avail able seat occupied, while mianny ypt cemmined standing. Both stage and gallery were also crowded with parent...

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YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

YARRAVILLE. !Stone,run out Iryant, run ont 2. Ttromily, b Parkinson' McDonald, G.cand b Parkinos . Comnbln B., c Hill, b . Loo, GriCttith b Coon'r Campbnll, b Coon ".Comben S., b Parkinson . Boyd,b Parkinson o lorray, not out Stone, bCoss :3 .Total, 33

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TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

INSU7RANCE. IGTORI.~~7IOOKbiINSUR:ihNC: LCOMisinY,~7 zýn:`!1F" '1,t1~r!ý. ,, sl"l -:; ,`til'.:j - - xS? stsuCAPITALT -£r'ooo ~,JOS'LI'lT COr.Llc:Secrctar TiiU-rr~nqSU.r;.·.· t~tý\:`1 ii Vtl Ui 1or Fot~ crg?ý.3 RD *~-~ .. JLK 5crdkry'"i hO ,, sY i ih £ itdi ROFITS DIVIDED" 1 UITIF IW+CIIALrzcr'_:"r" , ,ntrin; Ii naP.. L angmon II the l ion u S "'ir t:; I '`qot.·i' ·c2 T in 7RrE;~on if Pio Kane: 3l.A, uflnztnn, Cha irm Agent for 1?ootscray and 1:'''iNlitirist: I':u iiii 'T`Ino E COLniLiA :', IU Uhoy` l WinoRN 'Ilo bouroNC "CIl t 841S. S5on COLn, Sun Tlo nor :lfelbournc I - i Jaqolroa 'loo ei , Loglangnglne Co {''"-"The lion. Sir Tomas V~cilwoith, L:L : "K.C.M.' Samue~o'eport;1.1,t "pc*'-:'.' 3: 'd ýF.. Thelio. ir uk SonetLekoM.,C~:. I...-nddefsihfr. j:~^,;ý., \oa':I; thitahlteuu'5 k t* iu cnJdria v·Jnelr tlnciri~ ýý *=ýý t € 1ýwrA .P ESQ; 1 1i 6.424 Proposal's for £1,502,895."`:ý 4 r,31 oicies issued, assuring £993,^5., P resent Anneal Inca=' exeerds. £aSo,aotp Tlie fleet iuefenufol~I...

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DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. Henri Rochefort. No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

IDISTINGUIzHE.D tSTATESMEN.'; Henri Rochefbrt ' .uihi-Si T.mcri x,.:of the go ernient :of at::iona. l · fene, RocheDo i acted Sh'epa- otofatrue pa'riott Conmirunl;tic it hl?artihe ' yt saw th'at in ricg .or disturioaice in tte ci.t outr wr ud. ble detriienti?al. ttli li.tiboial ' ase 'gainst Geaimaniy, i;and e l did: lisi utlmost to dissuade?thc unliappv Comrmunists froit 'in?ycteime c:l.ic.iirLs. 11 ' directied aill hi cfforts:to alm lithiit itcie c&.:vd iwol hiad gathetilred; t?tt: iot lde. ,ilk;l iid to pi)'. rvt thdlii lion fiiloi' g any course, lii ':li w uldit in :reiase tYe difficuiies of Il country's losition. n'::i S'7t, iring thei clctions for thl :'Na;itionail' Asseibl-, lieigilv all hishuls p'ort itop'in!?diti:, .H i wrolL articles in' favr 'ofR?li blicfinisin ila a ne'?:w-journal tliat hlie.had! founddd ini PIariis.~'JThey Irere'Ijust: ansggrcssiie an'd 'lashirig ais the article' tla itaid in ipastyearSiset .',ranice 'in -i.bl'izeJ :Hi" ii'ln .Secmed to lose ,no...

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CRICKET. YARRAVILLE V. WEST SANDRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

CRICKET. "Y'RAvILLE V. V?VESTr' SANrDRIDGE. This match took place last Saturday, and resulted in a win' for the lantter, ,who made63, (having 4 of the first eleven,) to'the former's. 33. The bowling of Boyd for,.the Yariaville and. Cosc for. the West was vcry good. "The folloving are the scores : SWEST SANDRIDGE. .,' Mlodrumn, c Cnmpbell b Stone 4 Coe, c Boyd,b roily ..b .. . :."clcod, b Bloyd'. . r Rodgers, h Stone' - -o Kinerbury, run out . Lynh b Boyd Hill c Grifliths, b Boyd . .: 3 Parklinson, c Grnffiths, b Boyd Barlow, c Comben, b Stone :o . o ' . : Mulligan, not oot:. .. · 3 Shorte b Boyd " Total, "- • : 63

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BUILDING SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

i ' . ,,,BUILDING SOCIETYI.,- ' TO ,THE EDITOR OF TIE:INDEPENDENT; Sin The, raspectus of the Footscray Building Societ is too mondest in itsstatements, or-- else thei Secretary his not had time tot collate the ficts.f Iis stitedl that 'ait less than ''£3Oooo'to £4b,ooo is anually laid~out in wages,udnd'over: tivc humilred men employed by our; :large;: maniifcetuiring firms alone." That is quitc:troi.c Three or four of our .fiims employing labqr. ' an ifinake iip that total amtongst.theiiselves,. lin it is to the.credit ,of the -secrtary itli3C e iss so.much inder ilhe triith' instead of over it r The fact is thai fromn my kniowledge'of the labor- employed ini our local i'anufactories, :I am able to say that onbt less than £iIoo,ooois anuaiy laid out in waiges, and that the number of men employ)ed iay be doubled arid yet be far.under the: truth.; The secretary has drawn it mild.. :So i much the tItter' for the chancel of a Building 'Soiety which does not over estimnate the value of t...

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THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

ooý tid thnt- 1d- i tortlio sfairlyo o ,esal nion ?Iren ihi ~ell tsdi v on doctrinal potsi whicI:alid notes as sledimplyon to antiesti band'e Dnit; as iholdrthtiji i'. pedtisd' ni souldg ourhatisin selves ': But Idid homeal iit I:t of hiclthatbeietrac, and a in order to fairly state thible . an accoun tg:o?h brief ` sui Sof the sernons preacheda is nell as the; bcircut asim ly surroundingt ;f them, he hai e elicited sonic corr.Mastpone siidlet .soling doctrinal points; whichItdid not fll called upaon to heal-e-lals irth : hich heas hsuroldthatidedveryhatn shouelief Sfulld s perviua:ittiched: toits . :mindhave .a lied tafid v xeiised 'ctheright of open : reinark, ;i;¢hich I itst ivill mnever. bk al l;-· 0owed todie out in Brifislh communities. th' I s at Fis itsran him and not ithe the' rain destio belief but ofd theds cam, Sadhi theviidstblew and eat upbeforenthat" :, church,l and gavtere acowere tat asdid possiblt6 t homeon that accountof ha nt. saw: nd heard e a e:insof eeroafit. ...

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Correspondence. CHURCH CRITICISM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

(orrespondence. CHURCH CRITICISM. TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIIE INDEI'ENDEN.'. SIR,-If we turn to Acts, 17-7, we will find that Paul was not opposed to polemics, for we read that he disputed, not only with the Jews, and with people in the market, but also with the " devout" persons, and I firmly hbelieve that the truth would progress more in these (ldays if "devoiut" persons were more willing to "' prove all things," and to "hold fast that which is good." As our correspondence seems to be drawing to a close, I would like to ask "'Impartial" not to say too much against eccle siastical mendicants, because every sect con; tains many of these " odious characters." In referring to the dictionary I find that an eccl ciastical niendicant is one pertaining to the church, who asks alms. It must be very. humblirng to a professing Christian to ask" the worildto give a helping hand to a church which is not able to support itself. - Let; " rm lpartial" place himself in imagination -in _a cleiryman's po...

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Only a Common Soldier. A DOMESTIC SKETCH. CHAPTER III. A MOTHER'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

Only a Common' Soldier. : A' DOMESTIC :SKETCH, CLARENCE LINDEN.. CHAPTER III. A MOTHER'S LOVE.'.;. His motheri fom the window ookli d With all the longing ofa mother ; His little sister, weeping, walked -" The greenwood path to meet her bother. , -Oio BALLAD. As the reader is aware, Ross left himself en tirely to my guidnice, so ini order to put an end to his suspense as quickly as possible, I pro posed that we should at onice proceed to -his mother's house. "And as it is very probable,": I saidt," that your sudden and unexpected re turn m ay ie too great a shock forr her, I will. precede you'a few moments "to paue the way: or: your appearance""' -,_. ,, he replied. ::Then giving my hand-' hearty, shake, and wishinig me a fervent' God speed, .we parted.: A few minutes brouight me to his mother's dwelling, which was on the- second-floor of a: house situated in 'a quiet respectable street ini the east end of the town. -. Knocking gently, the door ws simmtediately openied by an elderly...

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Footscray Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

Footsoray Rowing Club. The annual meeting of the Ro'wing Club was held at the lelgravia liotel, on Monday, about a dozen members being present, the captain, Mr T. Wood,occupying the chair. After transact ing preliminary bIsiness, th- report was read and. adopted,- and the following gentlemen elected office-bearers for the cnsuing year: Representatlive on the Victorian Rowing. Association-The, lion. Dr. J. G. Beaney, M.L.C. President--D. Mitchell, Esq., Mayor. Vice-president--Dr J. Clarke. Morton. Captain--Mr T. Wood. ice-captain-. Mfr If. Saunders. =Secretary-Mr J. Pattin.son. Conmmitte--Messrs R. 'Pattinson, HIunter, James, Wilkie and I.' Wood. Patrons -The liorough Councillors and W. M. Clark, M.I'., Fehon, Salmon, Itinney, Norris, Newell, F. J. Sims, Neale, Marks Bros. Lovett'and the lions. F. Meares, F. E. Beaver and A. T. Clark. The cash to credit only amounted to 16s 9d, while the gross liabilities of the club amount to £7t is. Against that, however, there are assets valued at...

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Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH, 1883. Before Messrs D. Mitchell and J. Campbell, J.s'P. STONE THROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, NOVEMBERl 19TII, 1883. IBefore Messrs D. Mitchell and J. Campbell, SIONE TIIROWIsINC.' Two small b) y ,irmed Stone and McMahon were fined as' 61 each withh l 75 costs in eachl case for thro winm stones at' the lamps on the. Swamp road. ONCE ,tORE TO TilE IIREACII. M Mfrs' Fleming again lirocecded against her husband, LEdward Fleming, fore leaving. her. without andquate mecans of suport.' - . :Mlr lHarcourt apliered for the defendant. : "'-lic? coipilaiinant infoi~ird "tl die enicli ':at slie had no ihoile to go to, and 'her husband would not alloiv her any money. lie "hadl re peatedly beaten her and turned her out of the house. --If she did not get justice this'timnc shi wouil go and commit suicide. - .The defendant.on being examined stated that his wife was perfectly welcome to come back and live with him, provided she behaved heiself. Case dismissed.

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CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

CIIURCI OF CHRIST, The new meeting house in I?isley Street erected by the above body was opened on Sunday last. In the afternoon an excellent discourse was given by Mr. C. A. Moore, and a very large congregation attended in the evening to listen to a sermon paeachcd.by Mr. J. Ilarding. On the Tuesday following a tea ,meeting 'wa held in the Roytil Hall. About- 250o sat down *to the tea, which was catered for- in a most elficient manner by Mr. Thurgood. The company included a large number of visitors from Melbourne. At eight o'clock an adjourment was made to the new building, where a public meeting was held. The new edifice was alluded to at some length in our last issue and therefore need not again be described. Suffice it to say, that on this occasion the place was nicely decorated. A very prrietti"y tnounted text " ask for the old paths' wq sp aced 'over the platform. The hentilatio. ofthe buildpig is hpsowver .cry bah ant! the soolpcr . olp- mtpan': are provided for getting mtore...

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Church Anniversaries. WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

Church Anniversaries. WESLEYAN CHURCH. The Anniversary Services in connection with the above church were held on Sunday last. and were very fairly attended. On the Mon day following, the annual tea meeting took place in the Mechanics'Institute. About two hundred sat down to the tea, and after justice had been done to the excellent things provided, the tables were cleared for the public meeting which followed, at which the numbers were greatly increased. The heat of the room was something frightful, and it would be well if the Wesleyan Church would follow the ex ample of other Christian bodies, and engage a hall which is properly ventilated, even if it was a little more expensive, Tea meeting speeches are always a lore, but they are far more disagreeable when one has to listen to them in a stifling atmosphere.. As the Rev. H. F. Scott said "The man who would make a long speech in such a heated room, would be an enemy to the human race" The chair was occupied by the Hon. F. E. Beaver,...

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DONT KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

: Do't KNoW.Some quiestion cropping up at the Council table relative to the 1876 loan, not one of the Councillors present could tell from whom the money was borrowed. V ORK:.-Cr. V. Mitchell was evidently in a working. himotir on- Wednesday last. lie made some most "valuable suggestions, and carried some good motions, but the best of the lot,'relative to the purchase off'water cart was lost. MusuIcii'AL ;A\eNiTi es. 'A:fmousmani was enkins, . Of the time of Owen Tudor." but he was not a patch upon Cr Jenkins for making things lively at the Richmond City Council.. Being called to order by the Mayor, and the banns being duly called, without result, he found that, as he the irregenerate man, the "Old Adam was too strong for the young Melanethon,". and being adjudged guilty of an offence under the Municipal Act, was duly courted before the Richmond Bench.' Here Mr Ogier, his solicitor, opened his moduth too wide, and put his foot in it by insinuating that the bench were with his opponen...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 21ST NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

.BOROUGH COUNCIL. -4--- ?VEDNESDAY, 2IST NovEMBa R. ::Present-The Mayor (D. Mitchell), Crs Cleghorn, W. Mitchell, Cuming, Morris, Stephen, and G. Truman. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The outward correspondence was also read and asdopted. The following communications were received:- " CORRESPONDENCe. From the Borough of, Flemington and Kensington, asking that a delegate should' be appointed to, wait on the Water Departiment asking them to provide sufficient funds for laying down more pipes.-A reply to in sent stating that as this Council had always been- treated well by the \VWater department they were adverse to taking action in the matter. . From City of Prahran, protesting against the City Council having so great a representa tion on the Metropolitan Board of Works. The Mayor, as delegate to the Conference, stated that it was carried that the Board consist of 33 members, and that Melbourne be allowed eight members. lie considered this was quite reas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 November 1883

Educational. FOOTSCRAY SCHOOL OF ARTS AND DESIGN New Quarter commenced October 5th. Subscriptions 2s 6d. per quater. Classes meet every Friday 7.30 p.ni. SDrawing taught in all its branches. Ladies classes separate. John Deakin, Secretary. T HE FOOTSCRAY MECHANICS' IN STITUTE AND FREE READING ROOM AND LIBRARY. MEMBEcR's Su|scRiI'riON-2s 6 QARE O pen 'every evening frot 7. till 10. ._Daily,'. Weekly, and Illustrated aers, Scien tificeJournals, and Magazines on h Tables. The lending library contains 2 volumes. ?"steierary and Debating Class every Monday. School of Design everyFtiday. P. M. SALMON, Hon. Sec. W. H. HEATHCOTE, (Organist at St. John's Chnrch, Footray), TEACHER of PIANOFORTE AND CABINET ORGAN Town address -Beaufort House, Dram mond-street North, Carlton. Local address Mr J. C. child Hyde street, Foot?ray, SO y ' 0UTH MELBOURNE COLLEGE, BANK STREET, EMERALD HILL -Pi?traic:l THOMASPALER, BA h=ýHoioroian of Melbourume University Honor i . iuman and Traiied 'Teacher ofEdution ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

ADTtNJCE.:F FOO S:C RAY: 1t4V;PATrRONISEtEOCA"IJENTERPRISES? :>-t;4J'r tNERYw -O. NICHOLSON STREET, FOOTSCRAYO' SEASONt3r83`4: . AUSTRALIAN. AUSTRALIAN9 r y . ...... T......... . CHRISTMAS. CHRISTMAS AUSTRALIAN ii r:.. :.::., i'F R-HOI -E:, NED V .1EAR -'NEW YEAR T 'I 1.ORHOME FRIENDS . ath -,A cnve in London December 20th. l.arge: As sorm?? ent'of .; NE. V and I?.".......eatifl ,'.1.-. ý,:,: }ý3: Designs in:o"t. -!--AUSTRALIAN''u'r· CHRISTMAS t I !CR CaRDS aSuitable for sending to friends inethe rOld Desinsil CIIIST1A Also a :.Great Variety ` of .American i and - ::., 6 -'SEuropean-? :. CHRISTMAS S 'NEWV YEAR CARDS ., .Cheap: : O ani Statonery NICIIOLSON, STREET;: FOOTSCRAY. S(Nextý- JndejIn1 Office) I S .y?t _I. P 5 ECT O .. I' . VITED. S1Beautifol Selection of " BIR T;HD A Y,,:, -`C 'A ID S'·I `: s i~arsr : "-!.ist ,iit >.1i.MO\EY SAVED IS ;MONEY EARnED.i ii CSLAUSCEN ='AN.D~ 'IrOLEY FURlSLt 'I'll ROUGHOUT ;.; r-iouwou - 4:r .WAAEEHOUSC, _ Iý:OURKI: STE'I:ET, EAST". S t n C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

Banks. T I1E NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. (Incorporated by Acts of the Victorian, South Australian and Western . Australian Parlianments.) CAPITAL - - *, . £I,oooooo In 2o00o,ooo Shares of £5 each. i CAPITAL PAID-UP'........ ...£.- ... Soo,000 RES? VEFUND .....:...... ...:,.... 320,0o FOOTSCRAY, BA:'NCII':: .:: CORNER OF IIYDE:;AND NAPIER STS. Depsits, received ?and Interest- allowed thereon - ' .Drafrs isuedjon Enghnd 'nod the Colonies. .Bankingusinessin all its branches trans actrd. jotN Couiou', 'lManiager. 'The' Fooisorayrmed 'Wihliamiatwn. ;Loan Iakas been opened.a;ehn Rom ýiofMrh Salmon NicholsonStrceut Foolsoamys Tie manuraDer 1il attend for transaction of huinoess every. Tuesday morning, from no to in o'cloclk. n granted on per. ounal or other securities frpm 5 upards. repaya ble by rek0lyncemooilily instalment.i.:·T=,ý ' .' TREET, FOOTSCON, a.nr--. i.. SAILiONAent. LIDreNssmiakeI s L M -ISS.A '1?-CUTLIIIAERTSON, iD:E S; S "AI G 't 'rYAN ,STREET, FOOTSCRAY._, JyJ SISS I E L...

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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

TO.DAY'S MATCHES. FooTscRAY V. BRItGIITON.-At Brighton.. Local Team:-Baird, Gatland, English (2), Harrison, Mitchell, McPhail, Nunwiek; Larritt, Spence and White; emergicycy-Shep= herd J. ; Scorer-Mr Grey. FOOTSCRAY V. B3RI:IITO (2nds.)-In the Western Reserve. Team :--Bennett, Copple stone (2), Dean, Fox, French (Cap.), John stone, McMaster, Pattinson, Scott, and Saunders; emergencies - Young- and Huxi table. YARRAVLLE. V:. BURNLEY STAR.- At Yarraville. The following will represent the Yarravile :-McDonald G., Rodgers, Nichols, Brown, Fielding, Corby (2), Campbell; IIen derson, Hunter, and McPherson; emergency Comben B. MlAIDSTONE V. KoRoRour. - On the ground of latter. The following will rete sent Maidstone :-H-andley, Irving V., Parry, Shipway, West, Govan, Smith K., Gilfard, Dickie, Harrison and McIsaac ; emergencies Cant and Smith. MAIDSTONE (2nd.) v. COt.LtNGa'VOOD GEM. -On the ground of the latter. The following will represent the Maidstone, and are requested to meet at the Fo...

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