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IVY V. COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

SIvy v. COMMERCIAL. This match was played last Saturday, and resulted in a win for the former, who secured 70 to their opponents 21. For the winners Shipw-y nmade 17 (not out,) lagg 17 and Dunean t6. Ward and Smith trundled well for the I;vy taking four and six wickets re speetleely.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTSCRAY V. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

YOOTSCHAV'V; ,BRIGHTTO. The second elevin of-the formerrjourneyed to, righton on Saturd'ay'.'to try: conclusions with the second eleven of the local club. On stepping oat at Middle Brighto6, they found; no. one: t. meet them, 'and after wandeting arotund seieriaL streets at last- came to. the |rigl~toi tricket Ground, when all hopes of-a turf match were dispelled on learning that the irst elcvei were playing there. The visitors were pointed-out a paddock *here the 'second eleven geticnally played, but. on arriving there, no sign of life T.was visible, -inlthe weary travellers :sill 'kept . plodding along their weary wa.!. In.trviewing "a' policeman they wereinfor!d that the game was to be played neaithe- bech. -Thither they directed their footsteps, nH after walking over a milei fouiid themselves in sight of the sea, but could see no cricketers.. rThe baths being handy, the major ity werer about to indulge in the luxurynofa bath, when a little boy in knickerbockers came up, and on b...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

"THIT THlEI? I.... BL :NO :.:." .: ... .-Drapery , :.:: : -- ,. i ISSURIM D Is clearly shown by he •II M EN-S.E T ,R:.D E . Doneibydi .} i urib, Ki: ig,' J.S 3 ?t :3: Q iA " . Harcourt , ba.s ,a'soffsir 2i The Wholesale-letialDrpers CtlLL STREET S.Coiittry.'ordes receie espcial attention, - -'.-I2_o?i ýant: Notices. nes- Hye Shtti' riepposite 'Posi OFic) D A U LY Hfrod 4 4ghbt to. anm.i any O e - o Svcen pt.nath:iGgrea orn Stroedt e'arriville. evotelry hEDi'S; iroent trceie to ' iCit p.Thm "abv ,uildin ,is ) ow, :cnt t: on any"" TOeOin fLts; TeC il.eeI-LI), .? ; IlsI S" and Co., E?"Jarli:l Rel'istrar for ,ti. B . ti .D -t • ,t E )\WA C, tAIHIIL, L of. the .-RIS INtG .The . HO~:l ri'kbegs to notify to iy ,h. Public that haling rented. fromt dale ,.tes are Chirnside, te' i P iDDOCKS adjoliing oooohi Hotel, he is now' oen to receive STOCK: f0' OAL ..41-.l- EARKLY 'STREET.l The abovste building is now vaunt on any hv-enin- for'Lectures- TearS eeting,, '.alls; Socrils, &c :i:The ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOTHAM UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

* `7MoTi~i HAM UNITI1.-j' I ,c:Hodi6tI(~b C.Coby'r s" .. l: ::;iro:i9 ki, Il~t ,b~dCO~qb, / :;8·-~ I H rnet, b Corby &kbnine rnoul·~ ~~ob~ f, Mac, bC Cui~ BerownibC.Corby Cocbo,'notouL ,, 1 I .; : 3'(

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. YARRAVILLE V. HOTHAM UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

i .AARRA' a TtTtC HOmIAW UN!Tz . Thi ns match w alayed: last Saturday, and re.ltedl.n an easy. wun 'for the .locals who cords 6?. £gainst their opponents 32. I or tht Varraitllr. McDonald G. with ;5 and tHendere son IS bitted well. ,C. Corby with 6 for i;S5 aid J:;Corby with 3. fo 17 b wled well fot 1Vrravitle. .The following are the sores: V'ARR.AVILE: SHendermn,,b Bel-?l ,:- t tii.M?Donald G;b:Bell- " ." lcDonaldJ.. -bO'Rtlly 3 C Corby, bHllill " ' . , 3"Cuthertsiy, not? :1 ':. "r " Truanlt n I?nout 2 Rodgers, b O' l e1J . ..i S ttit5tn _.es,: "- . " 69-'

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1884. Our Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

" -ONWARD AND UPWARD." 'ooTSCRAY,. SATURI)AY, IMARCII 29, 1884.. . . OuLuanniversary: TIls anniiversary of our first publication takes place to-day, and we have to acknowledge with gratefulness the large sulpport the venture has received during the first year of its~e?i'stence: It has been p~roved beyond.the shadow of doubt .that.this journal, supplied a recognised public want, and our advocacy of public requirements has to some extent pointed thle ay or histerind on the progress of several matters tending to develope and consolidite 'the best interests of the -rough. This was one .of the tasks \vi'laid out to stfrt Witl?,'iaid mry add thait !ithout fear' or favor. we have pursued the path, giving no intentional olTence, to any, but calmly and fearlessly endeavoring to indicate the course which seemed of the greatest public benefit. The:coiception and plan of Ithe proprietors has been to utilise and encourage localeffort and thus the entire buildings were erected: by Idcal labor and...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIBERALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

' LIIInf.RAITi'.-"Sir'ý. J; of the Belgrav!i Hotel, houtscray, has signiti hisj intention of presnting a-h ie trh`o ,be cimpred for by the members of the F cray Rowing Club. , -2

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Australian Natives—Association. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

Austirali nNativeB-Assoc tion Ir is:gratifying to learn that many of the-- young' men in the borough', are fullyralive to their duties and obliga' t io n sT- n o t o n ly a s r e s id e n t~ i bui t n a ti v e s of this grandcolony,,i and that? amidst all the attractions. of rowing, cricket, football and- other pastimes.-for-which our youth are celebrated, they., can spare time, to", think .-over-themore serious; maiters' of life:: 1Some time ago Ballarat camnetothe fore wtli an -Australian sa"iies'ii?sociation, ."and the schemewas so favorably received. that other localities followed, suit;'anid the result is that noai nearl3 every place of importance lias its, braircl?h.?' hat Footscr-y should have remained for any time in -the background is hardly "a matter :of, surprisehi en remem bered .that in all ,great: movements of importance' the leaders have beei men o. maturd"' years,".ho i canniot 'claim birthnight and tlieeforerthe tli youngmen whq'did think?arid work. wereisatisfiel t...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Footscray Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

'r Footsray-iRowing, Club ".The secoud;,comnpititon forthe.tt~ophyire sentetld ?-l)r. JIlane-, .M.LC., took pLae -on JSaturday afternoon in the presence of a golI:} oitiober of spectators. . Four crews. entered, 'iz. stt heat-.A. . nderson, W. Ilunter ;E.I ay, R.? Wa;-r , (stroke) against J. Fothering. af; E.I ohnstone, C. West, 11.1 aunders, (stroke) .Won iby Saunders. . manndl l t-J. I'inlay, . .Warnock, G. Pattin son Ws.\'arren, (stroke)) aganst.J. Mitchell, M:t 4aBeis,.l , .Mills, ii. West,.(stroke.) ,This was aimbst exciting race, both, boats kept to ether the whole way. 'West won on the post balu 'iottwo!,Tet. . ' t?inal heat -I. Sauntdes's iew agairist?lI t~. This was rather an easy win for Saun Wdee',,Vest's crew being exhausted. Iby their stiuggle.i in the previosi heit. ' The following rules haierlicen'addel to the conipetition for the Beaney trophy: That itl-boats engagbd keep" outside -li' That all,coxswains o8;stone or. under. ." That all crews use red bladed oars as fa...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
British Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

Nor manydayys, ago' atelegram? frbom London onveýedd inforn'ation, of dig content preslent amongst the' British Soldiersin Egypt.; It vwas stated, that the soldiery 'were'complaining about beinkept .in a' coiuntry fighting occa sional battles, ?i'hich wWere of little moment, .:nd. which, no matter ho(i .decisiv, produced no proportionately great reiilt~'It seenis that the. soldiers' have cdime t;: look upon. the war. as npthing more-than a" series'of small batl?~s leading to nothing but fruitless victories, anid they haveconsequently iot scrupled'to express their dissatisfaction. with the weak policy that the Gladstone Ministry has displayed in-dealing with the Egyptian difficulties. In past times the British soldiers have been regarded as "nothing beyond mere. puppets to be sent into' a battle 'field to be mown down "like sheaves in Autumn," to do their commander's bidding without the slightest hesitation, 'forgetful of their wives and families or relatives, and mindful only of the...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. Football. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

S.. FO S. , . . SFotiallers' are on the rti vive?as the tinme ir:tarting that game is rapidly appproaching. Alreidy~nmectings arc called ;'. uni andspiis'3e from each club are putting fofth all their encr-. i?"s twards' getting this or that person to cdst in his lot iwith their respective clubs. Two. tocriI cliu lioldnicetiingsnest SCeedk the Eots ray and Excelsiort These are 'alhot c?iiall niatchel; and Ihsi }e-ar thereesisted 'a spirit of rivalry between the.two,.which shoutld bejdis :ontinued; If footlbll is ?to' prq?per" ih the borouglh, thci:the clubs must anmalgnmate, or else it :will result in the sqieclching of one or the othder. ?]loth caniot pr4?per. -Therefore it ould lie best for the memli rs of the Excel sior,-at ithcir.. meetidi.o.i "oli?day, aftei the prijes' hasi beien distntitited, to aidjoirn nd roll up sen t;awe at the: Footscray's meetingon" Wed nesdayý,~ind fiini ~lh,' ohiclih ssillbeacredit' to the ,borough, as the cricket anid rowing clubs uidoubtedly arc. Let...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

w'--ROUtJND TiWHBjORL. " ,'? i! Yf f A OOTISCRAYAN. tAfer leaving Fluillen, w''aasid'Althdrofi wheie..the a" asht'giadtall beigiis.; Ontlbe' ,ight is the RKuus, who bebnies .iiuite ain old frjnd by Ithe iihie wi get. td:Goshinen, for w» keep! him in sight most of the way, -and rors. rm several times. At Erstrield a heavier, locomotive Is put on; as' the steepdr itcent legins, and from this to G;oheien is the iildest ond 'grandest of scenery, the home if lAvirach. stad fat above art thoe nowy Alps with their glaciers*, Theai n?l in?setal good bridge- over hie RPi1,. inam?ltoei It I (prmserd Anly' .a few feet a? re water, at othlt time* In haild il llDthe river rushe past hiondedt of feet telow ' The most intrresqli pqrt of the ,line be.gis after iwe leave 4iesllim , the ascent then 1beomae very rapijd," qid to make it' easier, ircular tunnel. re: uti right into the'" mountain.and theittrallt pygrge?s' 'aliout tloo feet above.-travelling itn tlp "same tdirection.. iThi gives rather:a ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

T1 CTQRIl ; IN$UAh CE COMP 'Nit V/ ImITED', C:· 'ITA,~~~\L: L g: 4aovooo. Chuainutan,. Han 1IENliY. MUiL.ER FIRE, MARIN ; LIFE, Pd tIQUARANTEE JOSEPH .Co LL'E;'setrrfl,.. z4_ Market shreet; Nelioame.' W, _ALCLAa1.Agent foe Footscrry'i rrnrupalt Ofue..·ri:if· i-Nro IAL M SUTUAL ,FIRE. IN.SURE 84 St d 86 cp1Lntsstreet west;, Melbourne ; FIRE, P4ARFIE,; FIflE~LIT'..in - GUARANTeE InSURA\CPS ACCEi T.Un ,T :'LO ESTrN QUnENX; RATES IOS I'RkEMSU3L ;Pros ectstsj form ofto r 1" 'nJAn r Sinfformationl td'ieobtiined from r iaý;eg Agent for Fd aa;J. n > Viiiamn . n. T HE `COLO\IAL 'MUTUAL' -LIFE ASSURASCE.SOCIETY. Liti l~eD. MUTUAL. LIFEASSUURANCE, .ENLOWY MENTS, ANNiUITIES. Ri~rtIi'Ai i'W !4 &16 COLI'NS ST. WEST, TMelbourne "OPcit IN AL Ctlli CowNIVSPE;-;'':I i v L Coli'41Es.-. ~~ha.s.r: sLiaC.. 4,i iolir Lou, Fia.sisa l ia:N 1!. C. TheHat.Bil n[eSamue L keIdL,.. c ýea. Fb MeeIaraeon~uc r,~ h~ ýre. lehilien', " " ' A og11}O e;'S~sunl, " . ..17;,,.,,.. PoNlces 4 ore,'nosd~ttioalr'usc...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

Exce1ence is the Proof of Cheapness. YDUS G KING & C., BELFAST. IRELAND. BRIAN SBORU. WHISKY, Ask for this And see that no inferior brand is substituted. In Quarter-Casks, Octaves, Quarts, and Imperial Quart Bottles. And from the Agent: ri C. D. HICKS, 25 FLIN~TDERIS ST. EAST, .... CI. MELBOURNE. ii:iW. M. Clark, Printer, "Independent" Oice, Footscray.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

THI OLONNADE No i ERROL STREET, HOTAMIY J. F. CRISP'S --C- I ATD - OF-, WHICH IS NOW OFFERED AT The New Autumn Goods Are now on view, and comprise besides the ordinary assortment of ENEAL ;fAERY & fHOUSE RQ'SZTES, Some Very Choice Goods in Millinery, Mantles, Costumes, Brocaded Silks, French Bordered Sateens, Nun's Cloth, Ottoman and Tinsel Ribbons, Oriental Laces, Etc. -. . . . . L F Cisp, P.oprieto . W. W M. Clark,: Printer, , Independent" Office, Footscray. . . .. , ~·.i .J ? ,-- .-

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY 28th MARCH. Before D. Mitchell Esq., J.P. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

FiiDAY 28th Miacu. BeforeD.:Mitchell Esq.,J.P,;... . . DRUNK." William Jouorle, oneof the navies employed in cutting the canal near the Sugar \Vorks, was chiargd by Coistable Rusbord with being drunk and disorderly. Ai he was shown to have been veryvsioket the lle nchs d t ine of who % a .. on Thui .Charles P.?rmyw." iowas arrsl on.urs :day night by Constable Bonnet, in Barkly street, was fined 5s. as drunk and disorderly, a?nd £l and as. 6d. costs for using obscene lan~uge.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY 13TH MARCH 1884 Before Messrs W. Mitchell and Bowley J's P. TRUANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

Tii,'in DAVI.3Tir MACIt 184-' . -" Defore MlessrsW. Mitchella.pddBowley J's P. . TRUA.. C S.... - . Timothy Fitzgerald; fin .5s. with is..6d. cost. Jereiniah Wilson, ti yeas rs- months, attendance itlhreezand -as half days, excse - played the truant; fined. 5s.. ith 2s. 6d, costs. Susan Shaw, 6 yea" 9 months, attendance "nine'idays,'Iecuse pliayeif the truant; fined 5s. with 2s.'6d. costs. - John Lyddon, two. childiih,-Mary An; .7 years, John,'9 years, no attendance, excuse sent them to Miss; Vaters't private school; the truant officer .statd.thist he-had- seen Miss Waters, who ?L.id:iht the ?hildren had not at tended once during the quarter.. lle.found the girl wandering about the streets, in wet weather. without boots or'socs.'s Fined 5s. and 2s. 6d. in each case. H.IIimplitey lerry, tr years, attendance- 26 ,ays, excuse .wanted at home ; fine 2s. 6d. ianid s. 6d. costs,. William Ellis, 13 years. to' iidnths, atiendrance 23j daiys, excusehis itiasterbei' g ill he had.to stop at ho...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THANKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

TIf4)\ r '.OE TO' T II `ITOI OiF-'i1r \ii)FPr1I)E\T.. Sk ,- crtl'cri oe the oo-useSf 3ourlcoluhti to rirtefully3 IankW tlk ReV arei Gibb, tItC. Iootscray l)chatiii Society ,tn2 lthetcarious frieend¶, t.hh have so kindli held tiut the hand of at sztance to n1 in "m}y([ine off'troble. IFroim all souirceis 1a tuit er tiao is nto , in itia ~ and itoia~i tertihc~feiendsa who hate chlitinb lteil thtz; fairoestnsi f'iiioncy' to Lknow 'thS 'Witit piart ii! at 1htiJ iilfr'ht ovier the, goecry' btsiness= and stteitrla 1tey, orwned It) Met' %oiiller,;corner of. iCtoria' ind I nckley steets. Agin etpfee..ing tti) get-= tude to itt itany ftrientds:-I ito, yturtnetic.; RLIZAL 31hTI JOllI I1SON:(

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

Qor-respondence. Wmiki inviting cainnumtlitiulb and f ''di.iivian~j all qututions of public interes or utility the pryuir{, eory will neither identify nlori 'old tiimselves retilweble for. ite opinion:_e,. inpreeedt., tte ,n, dd:etddree of ithie nez ent lie .e nte i ithei-eah letter n.% a q neeEFodfith;;.,t t 'the editor will e ti.e thie right ot ri~iien outan bjectin allle or Ixenel eferen ns,foreign a, Auesioii,

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26th. Before D. Mitchell, Esq., J.P. OBSCENE, LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 March 1884

TVRDR e DAY, MARCmr26th. 0 Before D. M i hell- sq.; J.P. t;OpACEiNR:,LACsUAG?..ý : r1,,·: Jane Ke'rr iis 'charged, with maiking..se of obscene hinguage on'the l arraville ailw. i' station; Cojiqstablei,.Rushfori<'deposel that-i the defednt and; ajnothei.rwoman, aried., froim towir brtiiifi in'a stte. of' in'oxiccatoin, and in .th'presence' 6ofainumibrof travellers made" use .of.. mostabusive--words. :.The other-i woman got awa. -The. Mayor fined the defendent,.£ or two months itmprison-' lnint, and sat his n'itention of carrying outs the e?i?erie pcnaltis of the. law against iersols brought before : himm on sil?l ar charges. --.i u i

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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