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MAIDSTONE (2nd) v. COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

"MAIDSTONE (2nd) v. COnERCIALc: This match was:played last Saturday, and resulted in'a wii foithe former by.3;wickets and 2o runs. The scoresb :e bing'Commercia 26, Maidstone 46 for 7 wickets. -The princi-. pal scorers being Kelly with 13 (not out) for the Maidstone, and ,Bennet with', 13 for the Commercial. ' ':.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lodge Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

Lodge Fixtures.` -4~-- CROWN OF SUCCEss LODGE, G.U.O.O.F. -Monday, January 14th, at Belgravia Hote. Geo. F. Sutherland, Secretary, Leeds streetl LOYAL FOOTSCRAY LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F., No. 5631. - Monday, January 14th, at Lodge Room, Royal Hall, at 8 p.m.. DAWN OF HOPE LODGE, I.O.G.T., No. 253. Meets on Monday evenings in the Metho dist Free Church, Anderson-st, Yaraville. AMATEUR PARLIAMENT.-Every Monday at Mechanics' Institute, at 8 p.m.-Mr. D. Warren, secretary, Whitehall-street. ST. JOHN'S MASONS, S.C.-Tuesday 15th January, Royal Hall, at 7.30 p.m.-T. B. WVaters, Secretary. LOYAL YARRAVILLE LODGE, NO. 73, I.O.O.F. -Meets on Wednesday, 16th January, at U.M.F. Church, Anderson street. James Baxter, Secretary, Castlemainestreet, Yarra ville. DAWN OF FREEDons LODGE, I.O.G.T. Every Wednesday at Royal Hall.-Miss M. J. Williamson, Secretary. LOYAL BoCKINGHAAM LODGE, I.O.O.F., No. 75, Thursday, Jan. 17th, Royal Hall at8 pm.-W. Harrison, sec., Barklystreet

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

:I ALLAMSTOWVN. Trott, b Scott.:: ..; 5 'S Kidd, bScott? ;' ,.' ;.: -',; McAIlster, c S. Engltsh, b Nunweek. ::^. 3 Parlane, cScott, b Nunncek:, ? .:;:, ?3 . A. Grubb;not out:" .. C. Groubb, run out ? , t - Cmron. bNoook`' '' annah0not0out;,00

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Abstract of Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

Abstract of Sales. TillS DAY.- At Three o'clock, on the ground, Charles Street, Land. -P. Mh Salmon, Auctioneer. - TIIIS DAY. Two o'clock, on the premises, Albert Street, Fuirniture, etc.-J. IIarris and Son, Auctioniccrs. THIS DAY, t2th JANUARY.--At Three o'clock, on the premises, corner of Errol and Anne Streets, substantiallyh builtiW.B.. Cottage.-J. M. BARR, Auctioneer.. MONDAY, JANUARY 14Tl.-J. MI. IARR Railway Material and. Iron' Rails, at SFlinders-street and Sandridge Railway Stations." " ' . " MONDAY, JAN. "t4th.:At Eleven" o'clock; Sale of the "SShnley Arms" Hotel; also, Household Furniture.. 2James.Harris .nd Son, Auctioneers.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting CRICKET. FOOTSCRAY v. WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

Fooxscirj v Wits s-rowN A match between the above clubs always excites a great amount of interest :and specula tion ambngst the cricketers in each', borough, and' the game played on Saturday was no ,exception to the general rule, as notwithstand ing the disagreeable day, there was a large attendance of spectators. Last season was the first time that the two clubs had met on level terms, previously the Williamstowri had played tgainst odds. Thanks however to the excel lent batting of S. English, who compiled "42 and the fine trundling of Spence, 6 wickets for l7,. victory rested wth the Footscray. ' There fore in last Saturday's match the visitors. were represented by 1 their very' hest .teamn .and were fully, determined to iipe out the: defeat. S. English, the local captain, wiinning -tie' tos, elected to bat, on a'wicket that did not playso well ias was expected.'- The: captain and:J.. .Dean swere the first' to don ithe pads. to'the bowling, of McAllister and Hannah. Dean after *im...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

S"ONWARD AND UPWARD." iOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12.. x884. WHEN the Harbor . Trust Amending .et-wan pa'yed. in .Parliament .last year, thcre was a great- deal of credit xgiven, and. very naturally too, to *the Member for Footscray, for- obtaihing the insertion of the principle of -eight hoiurs', labr, as *a day's' work, in the Clause of the Bill,-which :as; proposed and cairied by the/Meinber alluded tbo. It ias, been ma-tter of notorietyi'thai thle'ctý so fiaras the iglit hours' cla ise is oncerned- llias en beeabsolutel ' dead: letter, the' ThieI f ttinigi"iis ?p'ro visions: aside ýin, dealiing-''?wif'ith:its th- ployes-'just as if ithad . not becn-in existence Sonmethi'ng like: senty me, iave been: mfiployed from 'tii to fourteen hours' per day,. in defiance of the 'Act of Parliament, and aksectiob of .the ýpress 'supposedlto represent: the working classes; has even, appeaired jubilant iovei' the st te'en itbthat'" the proInise'was only given to the?ear, te o be broleiffto the...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

s OU 3E WORLD.-' SOTSCRYASt. - SI.FT r i aeon Friday morning for e. Choloerford, i.e most cPoplet' Romrin remans in om are to be seen. The are gsituat round, so I-had to send n my permission,lwhich was Sgranted, a lt over tile old Roman City., SThere arec and ruins of -houses quite idistinct. c under the' surface a feiw f*ele nd ' hs bee n i awty ' From V' watlked along the 'Rioman e' all or albill, from the top.of which a Sine, ie f Tyne valley is had. I fol toseed ti sr abouit twio miles, it icr" *lowed dlBtw"^ veryi.'.itis ,,: - y and I suippose it ?wouled be a , is'wll - was; built by. the Roinani iep iy forefathers frdmgettiin si ult' ti.re always dreadful fellows to Sfind lit i S England, even at that early. :tie o at htlad to leave the wall and strike ountry to Foursto~nesstationi, ihen ' .train to Carlisle again.- From SCari to Penrith, and was carried on, by'nits ut sixty miles- to xenhblin, sd''s f tie country gratis.r ..? At i n r ot out aid saw Richard III.sold St.; Andr...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

THE.E recent nunierous fires that. have taken .place, involving, terrible! destruc tion' of "valuable: property, poinits. a nioral, to- ,all :.'owners of dwellings;:and more cspecially to the working classes. who very often have the entire savings of f ears invested in their homes, which if destroyed brings absolute ruin to the family. There is really no excuse for; running such a risk,'as the .ratesdfor fire insurance are very low, and for a few shillings comparative security may lbe obtained. As a matter of fact the wealthy-people generally secure, their properties by -insurance, while the' poorer workman, to whom it is a vital ,question too often, either through care lessness Er ignorance, does not take that precaution, and too frequently is rendered -homeless by a fire. The more general the application of the. principal of co-operation becomes, the* better it will be for the mass of the population, and in no case does it apply better than in Fire and Life Insurance.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

Oorre clence.. TO THE ED TO INDEPENDENT._E Sir,-Throngl Jinm of your columno cw uoi, like to tr thanks to those, t ho rendered sot le assistance at the re, which occu premises.on Satur-i day the 9th ul pcpially to the local iad othcr firem 'ort:ed so gallantly to save our rop 5 r c., . etc LEGIIORN & CO.

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TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

v tih+.i -iv ?jih2 d 2 i +j,"irr M + r i_,:?,_ ;<:., . . . ., ; ...is .sn . h.. .nI -? N .O i - -0, xi ..+, '.., tl? ''. -az .. -',+2,; = 7'15: _ , - 0 + Sr 4 4 . .,7+z. ]=732-' ýýa# , fu 71 &l ,I+)tx']i .* 711 ,".t,;r59: .,g ý?: i8:5it tB. r-;I tf,,4 .... 8.sg, 8 t 3z ,B_45. - `.+ b-fo:: "' 8 t, B ; + ? 59 `!ir 9,:ý; =1i.I 5r,+- +), :'t1.-mm 37 . s rf: 0 -"-.+:N+iý 9 11 ,- 1 54": 9+? 571.? .14,°+ ?", 93 1? .,9~g4t.-. ")044 . , ,, ,: , ?'l i - r,:,.r?j 1 3 - o :" -: -55 .1xo44; m". .-;t ~ i3s1 If.i. +:f 45,!{ ... ' .F ý ,t~:;pza.i ;}+.p zt 7..'ir +,?. t ,-? ,-',?. '!+.?r?+: S;l.% ,' is ..KS _ 6 +. 3o,: . 4t: ',/+? 44 4 -z+.:'?9 " T474,, ;IP:J .W!14, s + =g, i,':'5'3='. 5'1; 4 {'ý??? 5 21'- .'+5124. "6 ++ 2 ,6"? . '645' 4r? ?= ? ',+o . 6 5 ?i9 . '" I7 . 6 '. , ' 6 . +.l 739 8"._+ -.815' 7..3or 7.{ "714++)/l 59:: '.19 ,3 / ; -..9 25 954.-.?+>+++;+ 9~S~ 54{ g.O 5 .J"4yn<,4 I`E 9 « I" t ,9 ", . .' ..1..t; _ .>. {"9 l ý+?.io? ' - o/ 1. .9"t:{:f~',o,3 '...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

TICTORIA INSORANCiE-c OMPIiANm" V "tLTMIT-ED;'' ;-aNOSE .I? 4aerc.taryt. i.;::: .'a-- I J. t, BARR - I - "-"^"' " nt fr Fotscr'iy A hdenWillo F~sisina JIB ,OLCOLONMIALtUit, iUL:, ASSURANCE ,.COCIETji: LgTe . -.AiS ID A INNUI TIES. 'rliS (lR iTnncpal Officesc . 4,o: dc86 Collis :street west, Mrbnsrne SCOLLMARINES' -I WEST -elAme S.U TIIICANTEE'IURAESACEEDAT 4srop ciesitssuedof props at, ain otq'e iresno .t on to b e eed ' s' t .an o to SJMUS AIN o f:_*Dm t:le; .A M. . . - , d ,. .l-. ow., " 'o' Asent le:, rpoticriy no d a Vi llihan. blewn, *. - '' ii'HE -COItonAL t , ,UTUAL t'2tF, ^ eASSURANCl 8CIETy: LMITE. - & W U86COLLINS'S FoVR LAST-YeAiiRm. ,- PohliesC issued, assuring t 993,'COLON 8. -.++...Th . ..oj'SirTo.T; I t. n ,tn,, c . . L.C..W it-i T .utr. t, cThiloni o--tclIn -..-r al ..,L,,K - ,. -. ose-Witener.ral Manage.Meone. J ' .t i .. N. BARRZ,, . . . , A.Pe;iotisee su *Israco t St~ ocihety; . * A utalan cloic." I sutuce J ural \*,-,-7. '' ,,'.*.**.„ -*,.J Q E t R I ,'**...

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THE PROGRAMME OF THE AMERICAN FREETHINKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

The f;ilowing. r.a the atiles -ofihe .A ni !nnuith`coinventiai rd?ihadi jisthitriern' held 'a R.ochetteriNe1'-.Yorik'::r-1ii : i :. ... 'The :fooi d ingaindtheiartices o n'theA r cclesiasticaliproqler tyshall ho ouiger bh diempt from just xatiaon. 1, t-1 :ai .s r:,i3' lz.?1Veed demanid :tjat'rtli employment' of chaplains in Cpureess i;n Statclegi4latureein he navy, and mlitt, andi in prisons, masyums ijid all'dother iiistiutiontsupporicd'by public money shall be discbnfinued:. h: :. ??:: , 3 We. delanid'tllsat all pitblic app rlations For educational:and charifableinstituttons of a eatarlan character shall cease.,, ,d ; l0 r4: )Ve )edeland !thati iallj religionsi services now sustained, by'' the Government] ihalltlýe bolishedd ? ?a esp- a'lly thlist the useofo the 'Biiein itate'sceliodl,'whetlher oste'siill' as 'i text book or avowedly is t book bof'eligiou.. worshili, shall.be prohibited.-. '. ;5. We demanid tlattljeappointment by the L'resident of the' 'Uiitct 'States or by the. v...

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DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN Edmund Burke. PART VI. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

-,?SiTINGUISH ED'STATES MEWNM t ^BdmiunBurke i:i'8 7 :oni!the humiilatingpirurenider, of theBritish under Sir ienr Clinton and CornwallisatYorkl w;,the news was,-received with sulchi alarm byLord ll)orth ;thi Prime'Minister i.ibwhohad ittll 'theni suppresed at'hism maitei's order:his, ownS- conviction.,o fte.'e essness offurtherloodsheddirh0trhe, exclaimed, It is i all oiverI iandiiiii m'ediatly'.resigelt ;3*. c pli01cy;,f0 to'extort irom-succesiveMinistersa promrise thit-they would not consentto nth'ddimenibterifiilt'of itheiempire,' had 1failed,-ad . dhie hii gs tinder I.ord ockingham agair returnedto; oice nd' to Burkewi'as!assigned theipost of amhiister ' enemral "of?' th'e Forcesma: position wlhich ws,: of much less ýim |portarie th'anlis ;ifluience'and.'i bilii eSj demanded. ;'hree imonithesafter' hi accession to 'offic Lord Rockingam died to .the great grief otli?q nation,; and on Lord Shelbourne- succeedi the post of Prime'Minister. I'oxN, Burke ahd fimanyothler-r. iigi'refu...

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JEANIE. THE FLOWER O' THE FLOCK CHAPTER IV. CONCERNING THE OLD, OLD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

,'cot j.NCFR'1r: oTlEOLD, OLD s TORY'=. " Told inthetwlight, OS',, darling' . : Just the old story, long ears wago. nowsatlis y loved , so for,.litilfretaine -:° midst `;;I shudder wlth a sense--" - e,, " , li'r Of what iiplace this world ssold ess he Should ese of hiece.r natural good om? oi in Sre hertsinmortal s stillre higher 1',rTic o icell our das ar t;nd done ot-nly uhis, r heavetn is fi rluy' li iivorts, -:' iShe holds but o&t., Amtnnrtogh J ie's c faot and reputortion· were 'now established facts, she-still retained-amidst re tiralost otnparlleled provgress and succelssth the' pissew on liof: her natural 'good" commion sense, and as a consequence,; did not slacken in ir eform ts onero to du attain a wh still higher degree of exeellence'ihero hrt ;t and not only to, bitt she de-oted t- a truly iise=worthy manner-a very'considerable portion` of her spare time-in otliervise improving -herself with tie. view of -betng all the better qualified to perform the onerous duti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

e?i ening: the business bieing; to considher thie S`: ction in conneciion withi the iresmovat o the Sden-stoicc, with si avie ot anoaagaminagt :?i.colfic'ts nihtree.as : 'a f il mcctinn iand ' Lo=al: Gc,' o ni di d no, i tend ttoh tv'eok the.4opoh ,s-i+ T good uatl hin d lfe- n i tosie" With'i-it ' pt. Thed Ma or. real the cidinon la,, eadefnthe rte=slmeetiny `5 M?0 'srimE ,ltpr-: " CrCumin wishe:in d toknowhatow eitis r dOrrh'noon V enl ooks of tacid Council to riiit the offices of TownsClerk Aitchisonio had been ille ? eing ha.poited Callas by tie advicof othe b torou~ solicaitr, and the first th'inppotoie 'i a- specialmeeti ", h ng in .thi:im, do atri d I'"; rILlit av to ihthat.?on C .'iithellthis ni fis in hathadbkeenk stdonesince the Couiieil ha ildecnided to am alma - Cmate the fics nofT inte ra Srtoseak Sr? ore Timeeting had been call sted b ith advice of :Jiof sind ohn z5 resioentskor thle boroi'?ij e ring testimonye:o tiFr Oi?s aeneml real.kd the boronh solicitor d ncthe fi...

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10TH, 1884. Before Messrs D. Mitchell, (Mayor) and Bowley (J.P.) A NICE HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

. THURSDAY, JANUARY IOTII, I884. Before Messrs D. Mitchel), (Mayor) and,., a. .lBowley U.P.) ' A NICE HUSBAND., A monster in human shape, named William Holland, was charged with wife desertion. Mrs Holland, a respectable looking young woman, was accommodated-with a seat on the floor of the court, on account of her bad health. Her face was covered sirith bruises, the. wor.c of her cowardly husband,: She stated that on Saturday night they were both going into town, and her husband had a white shirt on. As it was raining, she recom mended him to :hange. it.. He said he would nott'?taossed by her, and. began hitting her. He further stated he would do as he liked, as there was no one to take her part, and that he would spoil her face, so as she.would not be able to go out for three months. She had been under the doctor's care for months, suffer. ing from aniinternal disease, her husband was aware of this. Fourteen days before the baby was born, he nearly throttled her and beat her with a...

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9TH, 1884. Before Messrs D. Mitchell, (Mayor.) A BAD SPEC. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

?LEDNEDAY, JANUARY 9TIr, 1884. Before' Messrs D. Mitchell, (Mayor.) A 'AD SPEC. Edward Speck, said to have been a lieuten ant colonel in the British Army, was brought up on a charge of vagrance. He was in a wretched state of filth, and his clothes were all in rags. Constable Rosengrave, noticed him prow hing about people's back yards, and begging at various houses. He spoke to him, and ' as he could give no satisfactory account of himself, he tookl him to the watchhouse.' According to his own account he has been severa times in gaol. - - The Mayor gave him one monrth's impriiorzi melt. Prisoner expressed regret that hbe had not got' three months.

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THE LOOKOUT. 'Look out down there, for I'm about to shoot.—YANKEE POET. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

THE LOOKOUT. ' Look out down there, for I'm nlort to ihoot. YAN,,KE PoVET. Another New Year's Day has gone, and in spite of whisky, shortbread, and haggis, there are some Scotchmen' yet left alive. The hardiness of the race could not be better proven. In fact they rise' to the occasion, just as the thistle makes the man who inadvertently sits down on that simple herb of the' field, probably that is one reason of so many of our colonial: statesmen hailing from.the " Land o'. Cakes," attaining the highest places with honor to them selves and doing good service to the land. 'I supposeit is to beset down to their hard-headedness that they, cari stand in this warm country so much whisky and Scotch games, such as" 'dancing reels--that would make an Englisman reel off the platformnin five minutes-throwing trees about, called " tossing the caber," pitching hammers, and like gentle exercises. I see that.i five thousand people were at the Scottish ' games at Maryborough on New Year's' Day, an...

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BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 7TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 7TH JANUARPY. Present-Crs M'Lagan (President), Powell, Christie,' Graham, Manning, Barnett, and Hopkins.; . The minutes of the ,previous meeting were read and confirmed. - The outward correspondence was also read and adopted. The followsing communications were received: CORRESPONDE.CF From the Treasurer of Vicioria, opinion as to publicans'new licenses, which completely contradicted the opinion of Mr Webb that a new license became an old one on the second year, vide Report of Mtinicipal'Association. From Mr Moloney, solicitor, wlio coincided with Mr Webb's opinion, but admitted the force of the arguments of the Crown Law officers. From Shire of Ballarat, through whose instance the opinion of Mr Webb had been obtained, stating that the Council had' not acted thereon as the Crown Law officers were p?fectly, clear on the.t-maer, in direct uppoai .tion" to Mr- Vebb,-viz.: thatwuhen a license lapsed and became a new license, it continued a new license for...

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The Apollo Conflagration. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 January 1884

The Apollo Conflagration. Mblisfortunes never come singly, and again we have to record the dire tidings of another des tructive fire consuming thousands of pounds io;Fth of prcperty, and throwing men out of work. - About one o'clock on Thursday morn ing the firebell clanged out the terrifying alarm and it was soon discovered that the Apollo Candle Works were in flames. The Footscray and Yarraville Brigades turned out instanter, and very soon arrived on the ground, winning the admiration of all by their plucky and desperate efforts to subdue the flames and save the adjacent buildings. The lire was confined to the still room, a large building about I5o feet long, in which there were two stills used in the refining of fat, and valued at £3000. In the western end there was a ,uadrangular building containing a large still also valued at 136o lb' this portion of the premises was cut off by iron doors. Through the exertions of the firemen, the flame. were confined to the large still room, ...

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