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ALBERTS (2nd.) V. MONA CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

ALUP.RTS (2iid V,)fbý A CASTLE. This match 'was played last Saturday, and resulted in a victory for the Alberts by two wickets and 2 runs. " The Mona in their first innings made 13 and in in the second 65. The Alberts in their first made 62 and in their second S wickets for 27.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1883. What's in a Name? [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

"ONYWARD AND UPWARD."'. FoOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, DECen?MER I, IS3. What's in a Name? SHAKESPEARE asked the question long ago, and answered it, "a rose by any other name would smell as sweet," but he evidently had not resided in Victoria or he would have had ample reason , to change his opinions, and have said that at any rate a college by any other name would not smell as sweet by £22,500 in the estimation of some people. The Hon. F. Ormond is one of the few wealthy men that the people should delight to honor for his well known liberality not bounded by-seci or creed. The college erected at his expense, the munificent gift to the Cathedral Fund, his-long continued payments f6r the publication of sermons in the weekly papers which circulate so largely in the bush, and more recently his promise of £5000 towards the erection of a Working Man's College, which promise extended itself into the proposal to bear the entire cost of the buildings, under certain conditions, all point the moral tha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTSCRAY ALBERTS V. ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

-FOOTSCRAY ALDP.RTS.V. ST.: PETERS. -At"Richmond' paddock,.resulted in a win for ihi formeir. jThescoresibeingý Alberts` z37.and St reters 33. *

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEIGHBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

Ei?IInIRGsF '.--h ' new -?tg-radge" 'erecelcd-j bH.. Tunshon :and Co. in l'aisley, street is' completed and the pitching appro:checs laid downL Itwill weigh up to six tons, and will doubnhtless be found of 'great' service to thei LoCALi PRitE-TAKER.-One of :our local svolihnteers did .some'$good shooting on Thuci day at-the annual meeting of the Victorian Rifle Association. "We illude to Sergeant' J. Waters ' ofi)Ulpi rFpobtia~r State School, .who wasi successful in winning the first prize (,7) in the Junior Match, and also obtained j" in thc:Nuirsery Stakes.: ,Ksr :- Mr. JohInsono.tatiormasted. at. Footscray, s 'at present enjoying a fodrtight' holiday..- During the race week, M r. Johlnson duties were of a most-onerous and responsiille character, and considering 'the, satisfactory maitnneir in which hei; and :-tlo:under ;him, carried out the work he certainly deserves ,the holidays which have been granted to him.:' BUILDING So CIETY.-Parties intending .to join the Building Society...

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MAIDSTONE v. CLIFTON ALMA. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

A XirDSTOxi TV.CrCrTO ANi a',1A.C;;: Tliifs match was .~iayed'iat Maidstone~ and' resulted in a win 'fr. the formei by o0 runs. The scores beiisg Maidstone: 6z;Cliftoi Almia, 52 runs.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 28TH NOVEMBER. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

-BOROUGH CO UNCIL. -' WEDNESDAY, 28rII NOVEMBdER. f SPECIAL MEETING. Present-Crs Johnson (in the chair),-Morris, Cleghorn, W.- Mitchell, Cuming, Stephen, and G. Truman. --'' - The Maiyor aitd Cr. Burrows were the absentees. The - meeting was- called. to consider the-question of officers;-and' the chairman called upon Cr W. Mitchell to speak first, as it was through his motion that the meeting was called. Cr W. Mitchell said that about six weeks ago it was decided to call for applications for Town Clerk and Surveyor. Several were sent in and considered by the Council, who selected two gentlemen with whom to have an inter view. Since then the most suitable of the two candidates had withdrawn, and there so far the mattter ended. He considered it unfair to the present Town Clerk and Surveyor to keep the matter hancingover. He had himself not -eniaogmrrs-'om.rmo."ns;uus t d for the Council to say whether they were anxious to re-appoint the old officers or what they intended doing. Cr Cum...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAIDSTONE (2nd.) v. BRAYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

MAIOSTON'E (2nid.) V. BRAVBROOK.; This match` was played at Maidstonc,?on Saturday, and resulted in a win for the form?r by'42 runs. The scores being-Madistone 136, lraybrook 94. 'W. Dickie batted-best for .40 not out for the Maidstone, as did A. Jacksoin for the Braybiook'for:i4.`

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Mechanics' Debating Class. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

Mechanics' Debating Class; The usual weekly meeting ?fthe above was held on Monday. evening on the stage of the Mechanics' Institute. There was a very small kttendance, ,only.- thirteen, members being present; and the chair 'vas' occupied by Mr. Collins. The programme for the evening was " Impromptu Speaking" the subject for dis. cussion being written on slips of paper and placed in a hat. As each member drew a subject he had to get up and speak concerning it, for about five or ten minutes.! The main object being to draw out the young men, and. those who are frequenters of the class, but who seldom speak. Mr.'Sullivan made aneatlittle speech on the "Printing Press," which was followed by. a. few Words by Mr. W. Warren, Jun., on "why do not leading citizens support by their presence the Mle chanics' Institute." He remiarked that the member and thelMayorought to attend oftener. Mr. Pearce said a few words in favor of "Social" Evenings," and Mr. J. S. Keays spoke in favor of " Employme...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTSCRAY CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

FooTscAic t CrcKET: CULtt. A very "enjoyable game .was played on Saturday last between' the first eleven and next fifteen of the above club. Mr. S. English captained the forimer and Mir B. French the latter. Mr.'French ivinning the toss elected to bat, and sent in McMaster and Dean to the bowling of Sience and Nunweek. McMaster was bowled by Spence for o,'and Scoti took his place. The score was taken to I2, when the latterhad to 'retire for 5, bowled by Spence. C. Copplesltone went in only to see Dean splen didly caught in the longfield by Newell, after making 7y. -Berrick-after making 6 was cnught by the same fieldsman, and C. Copplestone 'a few minutes later had to retire for 9. McLeod batted well for his contribution of 9 and Pattin son and French each made 5. With the ex ception of Larritt, who made 8 not out, none of the rest made a stand, and the innings closed for 64. Not a bad performance. Spence took 6 wickets for 26 'and Nunweek 7 for 35. F. English and Nunweek were the fi...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

News in Brief. Major Sargood, the Minister of Defences was returned unopposed on Tuesday for the South Varra Province. Joint efforts are being made to establish a Fsootscray Friendly Societies' Dispensary Delegates are sanguine of success. Messrs. F. and J. Sims are the successful tenderers for supplying twenty-four portable cottages to the Railway Department. That portion of the Shire of Iraybrook, west of the junction of the Ballarat and Exford road has been proclaimed a £;o licensingdistrict. . An important meeting of the Footscray Liberal Association will he held on Monday evening next at the Independent Office, mem bers are specially invited to attend -= There was an exceptionally heavy list of cases at the local Court on Monday, and it was not until half past two that the business was concluded. Mrs Lees, a widow, who has been in an Adelaide gaol for more than a year, for debt, has been released by order of. the Attorney General. . A meeting of the Ladies interested in the Foo...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YARRAVILLE V. NORTH WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

Y.VIARRAVILLEIV.:NobRThI-WAILLIAMSTOwN. This matclh was played at North N tWillianis. town, and resulted in a draw,'both teami makl ing 28 each. d Comi en. S bowled vell'for the Varraville. . . '

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TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

s' i f ,t I7 lr ? 1 V115 11 [ I .17 E .E P -.. ,": .1 1t 2 o 1)145 13 47 1 Ja 3 f 8:12o 4Ion S'ARRAV Itr I 6 LB0?RNE . .. . ... D3 ? 4h ) , C -se n ,rs 17< a3 41 ' S'V' . . - F o'C t 4 ?j45 14 ! I .f O -' i a A t.:!i : 3 ng tl "f7 eon d, 3, lý r - , irt-Rtui n, ,. . is, a A j e . cV, s' ,d, ' rr?L' j i '" - . : i rs.amt S i3n l?4 7 40nd, 4Nirt .4 434. i, d . ; 6 m . m z" : 6 6 6 7rri 99s 731, k 4743 1 7j61 1 7 ' 74 . ' 1: 43. . ;:. . 10 II•'r : txoi ,;. :<- od.,?od, ' irt :41 144 . u 19 1 9i145. o M'1Lf RN. fu 1114 p -m d Secnd .m p .m.' eprmt RI gd;p.m.. 175 R I,:1. z lTr3 1245 ` 24 . 444 -. Scn , 4 d ), s :R t rn d .'.44iR zt '-1. z , 1uL "! 4 a " z} t 4 1544 4544555 414)0 :..'`309 541t.5 414 s .6 1 96t45[;;$i 16 1.3.4 ` 2934 "r6 5 5; 115o?: ' 7 '; 113 44 641;.1"644' .19 154jý s9-'2 ,),8{;'n 74-- i · 1 -7--i" f 19 S4 z.f..44 5 '' 9 - °'- 9.4j, `9144 '` ,_ 5 139 iz 9 . 'n zs ,0 5: d 45.11,. 5 -1 Ii a1.+9.L' 1ý'44 O . " 45. 4ai .m.1 rd 141m. ^.x;n"ih1.;s4!: ':'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

f;nl. Pr rt *INSURANCE.1 r ' VICTORIA INSU RANCE COMPANiY '- PIN CAPIAL otO t s I?~ i ,a!nain Ton.HHEN RYIILLER. 'l4i?FIREjýiA'RiNE, LIFE 'tia GUARANTEED :·?+. ^^*+S-:+, Ep' C " '.-IE-,jt?i. ecreafry. - . ..ai Colinet ststreet. west.bou ner;,e,. AOLORqAAT NSUTRUAL,'FIRE SCINSUREA u !. - V. L. JACK, Secreta - Cm: i` 4:NCE CO.Af.ANY-'(RR,1imi gen rosr dVll I Prinpal Offices; " 1ia2.lg4!aindi86 Collins street westM& boumel'brn"' 1iGaUSV RAATEE INSURANCES 4ACCEPTEiD -ATm >---Los LEST CURRENT RATES OF PREMPIUM:ýu * V ^.o . t . L. JACK, Seccretary.:>/" .'tri Pro pcctses, forms of proposal, andothler '.-,titL 1infor6ation to be obtained from - '.. 1'ii S"" . Agent.for Footscray and Wiltiaeisstown. L.'-: Sm HE .in COLONIAL" MAUTJA".'.LI]E. -: f.1r%,!i1J:i ASSURANCE SOCIETY...LinrlfEDi : . MUTUAI;LLIFE!ASSURANCE6,ENDOWv -' 1a ~noMENTS;,*ANNUITIES. . ; i:, - rt biiSE.l s-' Pj.J clAL0i sc. OFIEe i; 4:: : 4 8.86 COLLINS: ST.' WEST;' Melu6ii ie ; OFIICES INAm; (COLONI ES }. 3, 1,'1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

: Educational. OOTSCRAY SCHOOL OF ARTS F-T:. S• AND DESIGN. New Quarter commenced on October 5th. 'Subscriptions 2s 6d. per quarter. :Classes meet every Friday 7.30 p.m. Drawing taught in all its branches. Ladies classes separate. John Deakin, Secretary. THE FOOTSCRAY MECHANICS' IN . - STITUTE AND FREE. READING ROOM AND LIBRARY. .M-Ea;tuI s$V Snscii'iIO.-N-2s6dl I? QUARTER Open ??very evening from 7. till 0o. !Daily, ,eerkly, and Illustrated Papers, Scien t tificJournals, and Magazines on the Tables. The lending library contains 2000 volumes. i - Lterarj and:Debating Class every Monday. CSchool.of.Designever Eriday. 1 / P. M. SAI.iMON, lion. Sec. W. H.- HEATHCOTE, (Organist at St. John's Church, Footscray), TEACHER of:. Jt PIANOFORTE ANDCAABINET'ORGAN?. Tdtwn address -- Beaufort IHouse, Drum. nsond-street Noith,.Carlton: Local address-2.MrJ. C. C. CShild,;Hyde street, Footscr?y;: ? . SS UTH MELBOURNE COLLEGE, .BAN K ;STREET, EMERALD IIILL'.! PRIlCIFAL THOMAS P.AL" lR, IIA jtls onore...

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YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

YRR AVILLE": ' r Stone, b McNamar '.' : " 5 Sutherland, b Connelly MlcDonald J.,b Mch amxara:.';.'.;",::' Boyd, b Connellyii. rt - - .Bromilc, b M cNa mada B e .Hutchanson, b mNnma S'oel b SIclNane Qutiard; nor out: · _ ·Stephen, c andlbb~b~ n Ha Hm;bb.~cNamara : -'::;"",- ""Stonc, b McN~ami .-ta : r. 'Sundries,:. , l Total. 39

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YARRAVILLE V. CLARENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

? JARRAVIlLIF V. .ARENDON.; This niath i"as p5layed at -arraviillej;andd resulted in a .win for :the ,isitors, lrincipally owiiig to the bad fielding of ,the.locals. The Clarendon won the toss, and went in : to liat, and m'ade 76, the locals then wcit if a id }ioe the last wicket fell' tlhb k slsowea 39.- The following are the scores - - .< :: ...CLARENDON. as ;::k: :Ruihinod, b'Stina? :.:.:,,.. Gillma;Ci ci n Boyd, b Sutherlandt c . Ic.amu , canld bSutherlahnd-,::'..-'? , '.. ale." lbl5 bISutherland' :. o - ti';"Connllyc Ql nard. i Sutharland, :o'-:., : Ward, c Qunard b'Bromily "ni: ". :,:` -. Hansb-ýb blromt?. . S Dunna, n atout.t.I ": ..': - .:" 5 :: SCannon, c Han, b Ii ly. sr": . • . ,:::. - :- :. - . , . . . - -

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THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

THE LOOKOUT. ;Although a little lax inri some things, my countrymnen draw the, line; and while allowing a gill of whisky or a game ofrcards, they will by no means tolerate whistling or swearing on the Lord's. Day. It was this spirit that once induced an Attorney General, for the land of the mountain and flood to- in troduce a Bill into the Commons to put down profanity in the public streets, and the celebrated Sir- Boyle .Roche supported the measure in a character istic speech;:saying, that" the last time' he was in Dublin, he saw little, boys, who could neither walk nor talk, run ning'about the streets blaspheming the name of their Maker !" It must have been a similar spirit of originality that caused a '"foreign paper" from the fishing villiage to discover and comment as follows, on a paragraph purporting to be an extract irom our worthy Government Statist's, report for the past year:- - " Mr Ilayter in his general report upon the census, shows most unmistakeably the itnmmense boo...

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YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

ýýImnm 'rn ut' % - -t8 YARRAVILI.; I':J'* 1cP)enonn; h Duff Fiet ~ilding, not out?_ " .:' - '''._" ..I, . ' Nichols, c DIlwuu, b Duff Sundrinu;,''.5 - ' 'otul Air W icket~s> ;5

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CRICKET. YARRAVILLE V. VICTORIA CRESCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

CRICKET. YARRAVILI.E Vo VICTORIA CRFSCENT: . This matci 'was played last Siturday, and resulted in a draw. The fielding and catching. of Lroww?was splendid; The visitors won the: toss and elected to bat, and succeeded in :maik ing 77. Aitken' making 47 in fine style,'and at call of time lic locals had 4 wickets 'down for 55 "Bryant 19 (and Brown 18 battcd very, wvell. Campbell hbowled well for the foronr. The following are the scoic??s . VICTORIA CRESCENT. Andolernn; c lrmon, b Corby,: ;Coop; b Campbell-:n.:.il .: : ::.. o?:.ý i??Comcel, c Ralph,;b Camibell.: :.:.:"..? ;'_, clroose; Ilriosn, b Campiill .I.... ' : F; r-o·.]: . :HehryU c ltcPhprson,"b Campl? . y o ,Duff', run out- s.",' Toed

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THE LATE J. B. M'INDOE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 December 1883

THE LATE J. B. M'INDOE. On Monday afternoon, Mr. John Buchanan M'Indoe expired at his iesidence, Newport, after long and painful suffering. lie was a martyr for years to that excruciating disease, sciatica, and other ailments, and it was only his cheerful and indcmitable spirit that sustained him for the past few years or he must have succumbed long ago. Ills was no ordinary nature, for when others under like circumstances woutl have been in bed he was up and doing; and would even tell his queer humorous stories in momentary intervals of rest from pain. nMr. M'Indoe was a n.tive of Kirkintulloch, Scot land, and was one of a number of energetic young men who, when the cry of gold had reached the most obscure hamlets of the old world, formed themselves together, purchased a vessel, engaged crew and officers for the trip out and sailed from Greenock. Among others who accompanied him were the Rev. Mlr. Service, (father of the present premier), and Mr.-James H-liddle, cbief engineer of t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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