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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

- INSUF9 NC . t ITIAINSUR: L~C -;(gMIJ'ANY,1 ICTIT LIMlIT 1~ CAIiT1TL "arooo~ooo Caiurtnrn 11...i. 111If-:"V MU LEi.. F1PJ0Ti~ .1AriINL Lrl1nt sn.IGU :aNTE JOSE:I'1 COLLIE, Secretary... s. Mlarkictstrcct, 1ribourne. " 'IV l\L CLAMtt, A5L.II fur Icultcray. COLONIAL MUTUA\L FlRE INSUR AiNCE CLOMI'A (Linmied). rincipal Oti~ccc S8 atd 85 Collins strect west,'lLlbbJurn NI:1 2tLRI\>'L, `1101: " L.lr s VA. L. JACK, crctaxv. , . 1rau1 cctuse form., of ptp. sai as.d! oils, iisfouritiutiu to be ,blsT u's- Vsu 1. 'Rl 's--cnt fur i'))t~cr-Iy vol '\ 5laiai1tssh'ussl 'll'COl:ON'IAL sIUTUAL JU:Lr i ASSUl''NNC'SOU 'r.IiLi'iisin M1UTIU \L1 UIF I2.SSUIAN5. I '.)W KF Aý,h~x1s ij 'rIlnNT tj :ANNITE1S: :.n.;;";:; iiihe l it nlil u:' OF ire` r i ,r":a. , :ti-T : ,c S4 Lc S6 S' CL 1ST'0`i'31 Mtotri TI! ItI. SlijEitS 1101105 O' ii~.s 21.I "tII... 1.'I F: 't t'M~ ii!i]i.S IL tn . ii l..csis I i A . I,. ;:~rt ":r, i ih- I. 0I I, stl lG I C 15Itn sze sLmlori ksi.· S ~ s 's lst ifsiv,, Gs i.e It Jssqss .:s ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN Edmund Burke PART IV. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

Dy T. 1 IS [;: l. , e " it'.,:,T ,.:#? '?L "viý,ý' :n.?O r2 <.) ivcp? ? Iv tl iini try forned by Pfitt alter the ejction of the1 <oetrilisnris aditiinstra tion :ailiough as ;wie iha-t c aid .all pa ties oft c ery ?blid d ot ol in on wtrce Srepieseiitcd. -- Buiks. dichn':d, toaul L aly oftfice, anid in order, ash', tells us' to, pIl Uhiiuistlf out of tOle a 5) iof tLe neg. itioifiihis ci vhich eei. ir carryin oi, hli set out fur ;rti id.. ILcttweeni turke and Pitt there- Wras 'i-greia .stnra ngemneti t hteir hulit..dal .Xie ws. 'lie former looked wi h'{ crition ofi the 1 glishconstitution sad rgairdcd itt as' th? develoip?m;it nof igs'not'to'"b' touclicdliglitl;i)y an} rudu,haud it.e was averse to-all reform,:ithidli tr'ivell d oln lotpular: lines. rie .as liubued liy tha.t poliey` of tiid 'content" ;which ithe V gi's, i behlieved thley, inhuritud froi Sir 1obert 'Waliolte. - nyreforni of tl. constitutiont..tat ,injltgh ,be ficssar)1 Biurke loolked for from thy ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YARRAVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

t ruman, 1 McAItin =; Corby C: e'(amoidn, bcs Mc `McDonaldJ, bTiyrl I ::Combren B ~b iatcAlistrr::. ~''1-' . ···· llroon,b~lcAllitser`S :"=`. : ' McDonaldG býndl ... ·- ' .hIcl lurson b fyrcll .:Suth-rIngd,b~ym~l" ' Cortbii , McAllister. %ý;.Giritfillls, run t::'* -c i!-?·4 Cnmben S, It VoAllisse er 4'rndsmui b lyrell1 4n~al ____

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. YARRAVILLE (I3) V. WILLIAMSTOWN [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

Y.ARtiliLLE (13) V. VILLIAJiST Nos ý: This match was played at i illianistown onw Christmas Day, :anl resilted ia` win. f6i'. the locals.'' The. fielding :i:nd :bowling of the; visitora was good, .Tho decisions of the local's: umpire wals vei unfair.:The following ari th ,' ,.WILLIAMSTOWNN, ?:,`. r :'. i:z, S.C Grubb A, c "lrowb fiiCorby;'::? :::' ?'?; :' T"rrel c Comben, ib Corby t :.- ' ý . 'McAlister, c Andrews,; b Corby. "; +' ,L'C ier,, A.. b Corh€, ' .: - '. +:. = t -.:.?' 5"-.?'? )arlrib Suthlerla d ?:r?.iGrubb c llcndcrson b Sutherland;:s33 'ý :(-Ca-rio. c lIPhersofi b Coeiben . 64', :Datlcl-; b Sutehrland ?' " .'.w. . :.Slater not out ;.: _____ i57:·.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JEANIE. THE FLOWER O' THE FLOCK A Christmas Story. CHAPTER II. CONCERNING HER AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

-1,' .?.?;-.-N I E.:" : - HTI-E I'LOWER O' 'TIllE FLOCK A ., Christmas :.Stoy', ` S- il CLARIgSCE ListiteDN.z S h ofing ansy anb n;' .-v - hl-~, Shot-r i n fell tihe a png lo o-? a hon manitheni':u .llo? o tli reit or l.et. s to ;. ?i o i- I Khind hgtie on ieeo t worenournemen r ':t- = : nd imipl to flth liiniiteorniablooth 'ion ?-? ; o c-rn sa o ell boe"leic.iethat though not ri ipscither od nwould have ben hiilighly i pro bble .that ia girl of:ie anic 's'~taip ishoultl not ecii :msuitors moo a It t toa og m rcn aiu tlr tnst speak ith caivoucll for the fraict liat sih haid the ianir "n that too by'the se'oittlellui dTiic'ofihei did? 'e i ather hihione soId of encourigens cloi pn two yeardls, to l, intallt? lihith otim on?.' lit 'hich-rule life for the tiic eiL and rags .y ras no obf coldness'-of heart,-' a_ warn er cliett, neither on ointere of audislikd fo ? it se'no , hbut :,siniply : tse..-s as; "? after arls?le srned: .he deeedtlnthy ain: haprent or itsprotivtise niaiuionial ag...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. Before Messrs D. Mitchell, Morris and Bowley (J's.P.) AN INDIGNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

Justice of Peace 'Court. Before Messrs . D. Mitchell, Morris and B:owley (J's.P.) ANINDIGNITY. Erskine Christie and John Ritppon were charged with stealing some , timber valued at 4s Mr B. French appeared for Christie and Mr Croker for Rippion. iThey both pleaded not guilty. `John Kerin, sworn, recollccted Tuesday 18th" inst;, on' that.night he came home from town by the io.3o trait and on reaching home Kent ou-t'in? the"b ;?cl? .yard. -TllniooTWOf -",--" shining brightly and he saw two mnen removing timber from a building which was in course of erection at the back of his house. lie went into the house and asked his sons, who were in bed, to come with him. Went outside and they caught up to him. They saw two men some distance forward, and on catching up to them exchanged words and asked where they' were going. The answer was to the Rising Sun Ilotel. IIecould identify Christie but not Rippon. The men were not carrying anything when they csme up to them. lie and his sons left them, ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Annual Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

Annual Regatta. As a rule we have Ibeen favored with fine weather for :the: regatta,.: but on Saturday it seemed as if-p!eier Pliuvis: determined to resent the insult put on him iby 'a local scribe; and after tlireatening all the morning sent down a short soakei that damped both clothing and :pirits - The weather being anything but .nviting the attendance vas: smaller than on former occasions, .and tlie interest- evinced seemed likewise to suffer.: As stated last week . The Boys '' entered for foui out of the twelve events, and in the-.very first contest (Maiden Sculls) their ardor w?s damiped by an untoward accident which occurred at the outset to Mr. R. WVood, who represented the club. 'Dick meant to spin. and. most: indoubtedly .wuiould have shown his -heels clear to the very bestobfhis opponents butfor the strong sonur-esterly wind which swamped his frail, canoe.and left him, like Robinson Crusoe, trying to swim in vain.i Luckily help vwas near, as. the sudden, chill caused cram...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Quoits. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

on the quoitground, Court House Hotel. : On the former ilay there was a good muster: of the, best players in the districtand a gainebetween three of then was scry keenly contested, and showed cexcellent playts: The amateur match .as a credit io' the: men'i, vho held their own in splendid style. The sport. on Boxiig Day, however, far . excelledi the former, as .the presence of two champion playin s of the coloiy. on the ground led to such an exhibition ofskill as is seldom wviinessed. After: several games the chanmpion challenged the tvwo best playrs. on the ground and w- on easily. Another series of mitches is:arranged for New Years Day whei' thbee.well-kniown players will contest for the mastery.:_

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PLUVIUS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

PLUVIUS. TO TILE EDITOR OF TILE INDEPENDENT. Sti,--One of our esteemed poets, I believe, once penned the words, "A little learning is a dangerous thing." The truth of this aphorism has been most emphatically exemplified in a contribution to Saturday week's issue of the foreign Thunderer, which tries to make itself heard in a firmament, wherein it has lost its once high position. In this wonderful literary production, there are contained many classical references, which could have emanated only from the mind of a writer who had "drunk deep" at the pure classic spring. There is such a perfect knowledge displayed of the duties of the gods of Heathen mythology, of the functions of Jupiter Optimus Maximus, so perfect a knowledge that the writer even appears to understand the special attributes of this King of the Gods. So intimate is this relationship of his with Jupiter, whether re garded as Tonans, Pluvius or Stator, that he appears to have become imbued with what the Greeks called Hub...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

:TO TUE EDITOR OF TIIU INDEFENDEr. SSI,-A corresponlent signing himself "Is it so?'! in your last issue remarks that oppro. hinim has been cast upon the menthers of the Dlebating Class, and says that the members of that class :pay '3s 6d per quarter.r, The); eer-. tainly payas 6d'per quarter to the Mechanics', anod s per half year to the Debating Class, but alloiv ine to ask" Is it so?" is that money jt1d'tO-i-thunds of- the?Meclianic- ?.or. does, the committee of. the class ever consult the committee of the Mechanics' as to socials'or anything in connection -with the Debating Class? If not, how can they call themselves part of the Mechainics'? Neither do they con form with the, rules of the Mechanics', as the rules say, "the place shall be.open from 7.30 till to p.m., biut do they close at to? I say no! as any passers by can see a light more often at Ii p.m.;than not. Until the money is paid to the general fund of the Institute, and the class conforms to the rules of same they are ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mechanics' Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

Mechanics!' Meeting. A gathering of members of the Fuotscray' Mechanics' Institute was held last night in: accortrance with a paragraph which appcared in another paper, stating that a requisition had been presented to tile Mayor asking him to call a public meeting to take into consideration a letter of Mr F. Ilumphrey's which appeared in the Indetendent a fortnight ago. On taking the chair last night the Mayor explained that the paragraph was wrong, as the requisition was only handel to him on Thursday evening last.- He had been away in Gippsland during the early part of the week and only returned ' on the Thursday. Ile thought it better to have the meeting postponed so that it could be advertised and called in a proper manner. Mr F. Humphrey said he would like tiex plain his position. He had been grossly insulted biy a lot of cutt,, - .,er .. scc of thle liMechanics' Institute, he would defy them to touch the building without his sanction. After some consideration, it was decided t...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Debating Class Embroglio. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

. Debating Class Embroglio. * -4---- :In our last issue we stated that owing to our -reporter's absencewe were.unable" to give a detailed account of the Debating Class pro ceedings at the last meeting-a course we have hitherto taken, not from any importance con nected therewith, but rather to encourage our young men to spend their spare hours in useful and intellectual pursuits. The borough cer tainly has not lost much by the non-insertion, and we would not now allude to it, but for the fact that we cannot credit the veracity of the reports, which appeared elsewhere, and that if they are true, our silence at the brrruumfulmnrr might be mistaken for something else. As suming however that these reports are correct and that Little Pedlington did indulge in big empty words, then we must say that it was one of the most ignorant and foolish attempts to crucify the truth we have ever come across. Bounce, bombast, braggadocelo and ter giversation, to say nothing of childish attempts at hood...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

_" ; 'AND DESIGN. = INew Qiarter commcnced on October 5th Drawing auglit in all its lbranches Ladies classes separate John Deakin,:`ecretary. 'fEEFOOTSCRAY MECIHANICS,,IN~ STITUTE =AND'FREE'-READING ROOM AND LIBRARY -:F MR'InIER'S SUBSCRIPTION?2s 6d 1, Q;ARTEt Openeveryevening"from:s 7 'till; to Daily; 'Weekly, and Illistrated Pap Scien ntifidcJourals, anid Migazuite oni theTibles The lending library contains'ooovoluhes Literary and Debating Class everyiodi (Organists t St Johsn's Church;: 1ootscra ,PI.AQEOFORPTE AND CABINIRET ORGAN; `'-l:Town address m ileaufort -House Drni mobeing street or.th Cant?wo 'iud;swalk .':Thcal roomsadd ress la.gand :thoiyde :'C' OUTH'MEBOUK:NE'; COLLEGE, -entilied; anK _TRE layTgruE\EALD HILrg :"EDUCATION,' and ai thirsme-time top : thm forth Uf Melbourne Unirsity, ionors iii man andot Traineeher Mer .ofailei Pursuion Department, late SeING MasteDECE R EXA ton r eniia . i atclatNi Elocutisson Man iterf"; :;_T Iesdiy and Thursd ay/-, ::r:? :] :;t.: 'ii- ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 5 January 1884

Banks. T"Il NATIONAL BANK.OF AUSTRALASIA. (Incorporated by Acts of the Victorian,` ' South Australian and Westcrn Australian Parliaments.) CAPITAL - - . :- ,oo,o0o In 200,000 Sharus of L£ each.:. IRESERV Fi Ni: ......,. ? :... . :320,000 CORNER OF1EHYDEI?N U ; NAPIER STS. "' 1,.c4Lills Dliscountedd: Deposits? receiveLd " hanti, Intirest 'allsied Drafts issued oni England a'id the Colonies. La: in" liusiness in altl its biranches trans - :" Jofatin CoIt.N N, Manager. The Footscray and WVill ttanstown Loon Bank has icen, opened ol.?;t Auctionii Roonmsof Mr P. D.; Salimon Nicholson Street, Foouicra The auaiger wiil attend for transiction of bu.nais ne i?vry .'ulndayh nicOnmig, froim ' o to - o clock. Loans granted on per: :n.al or othier'uciuiiits fro lia5 up ards, repayable by weekly or inonthly Pistalnieni: 'i:' .'"" "." :i s:' L. PEMBERTON, lanager. . j l:: P. Alt SALMON, Agent. SNi:.-lThe' ntentt?ill tendto t ll busine durin abserice of mapange. SDressmakers. ISA A..-CUTIIDERTSON W...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. "Look out down there, for I'm about to shoot." YANKEE POET. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 5 January 1884

THE LOOKOUT. 'Look out down ther, for I'm about tisht. - The Bendigo Advertiser-.says that since the Salvation Armystarted busidess in Sandhurst there have been several cases of restitution, one gentleman had /,r sent to him with an intimation that one note justly belonged, to him more than twenty years, and the oth.r was for interest. Now I like that principle and the interesting way it was carried out; '- The mills of God grind slowly but they grind exceeding small " for the sam-e paper states 'that in addition to the two notes they' likewise:lground.a watering can out of some person who had stolen it last summer.: I hope th' Salvationists who have started the camin paign here-aboiits will :make converts and puit them straight on the restitutioni tack. 'Sonie time ago. I left a parcel, containingSix pairs of boots in a railway carriage, and imiy bettir: half to outvie me. forgot. hierbag wit. :j and some odd silver. They vanished :like: the baseless fabri of a dreain, but if Ciapt...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 5 January 1884

milechamnes Instituaen * T - : . i ?'a i t i b l e 'g i n g , a bh p r t t s k e tc h o t hi e S-inception . and: growth ''of the ":Mechanics' i;'i Institute,' byMr F. Huniphrey,: appeared in oiur issue of Decembed r 5th.? ' T?he :concliding "r:,"remarks gave so.much offence to the Debating Class that ithey were;, the. subject of, consider able-discussion, and also of.a requisition being sentfto the president asking. for a :public ! meetinfigof subscribers.: On Wednesday even; ing the- gathering; took - place- thirty-nine persons puttin" in an appearance. The presi - dent (D: Mitchell,; Esq.) occupied the chair and . after explaining the object" of: the :meeting, Sepressed his opinion that .there was; nothing ; in the:letter oneway or the other. Mr?Rae'Johnstone was the. first, speaker, and stated :that, what: the. members of' the Debating Class objected to vas the latter part of the letter. ."'The otheroblack mark: is the; gross insult, through ignorance I piesuine, reen.tly/pait '...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. YARRAVILLE v. RICHMOND JUNIORS (2nds.) [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 5 January 1884

'ICRICKET: YiARRAVILLE V.' RICIiMsON JUNIORS (2nds.) This miatch was played last Saturday, and resulted in a draw, scores being Yarraville 84, Juniors 3 wickets for 4. Truman biatted best for the locals for 4x, as did Davis (not ouit) 19 and Rent oul 23 for the Juniors:: The following are the scores : VARRAVILLE. ,K .Trumoo,b Scarle S McDonaldJ.,bStone . .t"... : ý" ComsberS., J.bStone' Boyd, b Stone . .:. - 8 Corbvj., b Stone .. nsn Bil, bS t on': .'? o.. rcshon, b Scarle ' Rodger, not out McDonald, b Sarle' - Sundries, t",:. ? ?h. - Totil, " 4 . NORTH RICHMOND JUNIORS:' Davis, not out e '" . Rentoul run our ; ?? Scarle;b Corby " Birch, b Corby Toiaifor3wikets; 4

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JEANE. THE FLOWER OF FLOCK A Christmas Story. CHAPTER CONCERNING SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 5 January 1884

A tory. BY CLARENC DZN. CHAiT CONCERNING SUCCESS. Tatch dame Fort den smites, "A.nniduous am "And gather arb e -- . S That's jusufied b " Not for to hide it i :Nor for a traine t; But for the ;loouge - . . S' Of being ndep -e , "'. S heg her man, Tihough they ma kennin wrong, Toitepasideis One point musts tily dark The movingwu d et And just as lame mark Homwfarperha rUei. , : "Wo made the He alone , ,` Decdedlyd . . He non ech its vafous tone, l. each spring u bias henntitheba s be mute L-"; Wenea er tca . . .' What's donnc we a complete, Bat noown s resisted. iTUCHtED to the eart's core by Jeataii's affectionate cntlh her mother now took her by one hand circling her neckivith the other, drew ? her embrace and iin printing a lovin n her lips,' exclaimed fervently, "Go s and keep you my dar ling !" Then ng for awhile on her mother's boss inire-like-they enjoyed a good earty her Haing e from the effects of.this delightful ladi stime. (It must be so I think judging the frequency with ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lodge Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 5 January 1884

" Lodge Fixtures. ;CoU?r -RisING~SU, AO F.-Monday7th · january, Hlclgravla Hotel; at 8 o'clock .. Mitchell, secretary; Errol street. IvY LODGE, U.A.O.D. No.iS. 5 'Monday;: 7th January, Excha?ige Hotel, at 8 p.m..-= Ed. Mlugeli, secretary. LOYAL ORANGE .INSTITUTION, No.. ·· SMonday, January 7th, at Lodge Rwmt Royal Hall, at 8 p.m. DAWN OF HOPE LODGE, I.O.G.T.; Nd.:253y Meets on Monday evenings in the Metho dist Free Church, Anderson-dt, Yarmaille. AMATEUR. PARLIAMENT.-Every Monday at Mechanics' Institute, at 8 p.m.-Mr. D. Warren, secretary, Whitchall-street. PROTESTANT ALLIANCE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. -Tuesday, January 8, at Wesleyan School at' S o'clock. --J. Greenwood, Secretary Ryan Street. I.T.N.O.T.G.A.O.T:U., ROrtIE BURNS Lo?tcE.-- Meet at Belgravia Hotel, on Tuesday, January 8th.-WV. Ferguson, sec., 196 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne. Sr. JoitN's PRoGRESSIVE UNION.,- On Tuesday, January 8th, Royal Hall, 8 p.m. Messrs. F. Read and C. Walden, secretartes. INDEPENDENT . ORDER OF REC...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 5 January 1884

'r `' `Co rrespondence. .ýý;. x'; Wktbttnrthg mmneniction smtd fiead dltssion o 4. l. l qaeatio~a oarpublic interesL or utility Ihe propriu . :"ý.r t"., silnetejieniynr hold' thems~lns fble for tke opiniontrupressod. The Itoo. t/iltaddress of the writer must he asnt oil each * . -ltter u a gagontet of good faith; hut the cditot azereise the tight of striking our at}i'ott objctio *"" ahble orperotoal refoonces forouignto tlto question uae. '

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