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Amateur Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

t. ;.,Amateur Parliament. The usual fortnightly meeling of the Foots: cray Mechanics' Debatinpg Club, ias held on Monday evening last, the subject of discussion being "Local Optiodi." An- animated and. able discussion followed, but from the first those in favor of the proposal, had much the best of the argument. When the question was eventually put by the President, (D. Mitchell, Esq.) it was decided by a majority of three to one on a how. of hanqds. By way of a test a divisiot '(bas taken oq thg compeilsation question, ,whioh resulted in a substantial majority in favor of compensation where hotels where closed under the Act.. No consideration was given to the point where the. funds for compensation were to be derived from. A numbllr of new members were enrolled, and as it was considered that a fortnight was too long an interval .between the meetings, it was :unanimously agreed to meet each Monday evening. A strong Government was formed, the members being, Messrs Warren, McLean, Col...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

.BRAYBROOKSHIRE "COUNCIL MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1883. .Present-Thc President (Cr Derham) in lthe chiir, and Crs Christie, Dickson ?Fagher? and tPowell.- : :: S"The :minutes:'of 'te previotus ~: meetingwre read ind coiifirmes. ,:CORRESPONDENCE Lp.: Letters' outwardsprncipally re~iting.to a laxity of duly on;thep jart of the rate and dog tax collector, rid a 'difAreence twittei i'F. B. :Watson, ;contractor, m'nid im 'Mr', ?rihy were reald and confirined . Inwris Theqluartely return eromt Albl ion snl 1elton poundkeeps gave the M" llr ,.Stesivrt m:aechitect; , sith, respect to plans fors shire hall, stated that he only asked for the. stsul per cent ge on estimated, cost. Ie had; nobJ?ection to leaving the.planswith the Council on condition. that should the hall be built fromil thenm lie should superintend the, work. -Received. i, '-".?,y.= ;:. ': :T:he "'Government-Stastist- complained of "the nion retiiurn of - agricultural and other. staitistics: The'collector Co sei?that the work is carii...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Poetry. ENTERTAINING HER BIG SISTER'S BEAU. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

ENTERTAINING HER: BIG SISTER'S "? sister.'ll bledown"ini a minte, and says 'you're to'wait if yoiu please; And says I' might stay till she came,;if I'd promlse' never to tease, r Nor speak till you spoke to:me first: Buit that's nonsense, for how would you know What she told me to say, if I didn't ? Don't' :.you really and truly think-so! ' ; "And then you'd feel strange here alone I aid :..:: youwouldn't know.just were to sit ; ' For that chair isn't strong on its legs, and , ae. , c. never use ita~bit..: -:.:' "We keep it to.match the sofa.;`But Jack os?nys itt iod ble just like you . -:T' lop? 'ou?.sl.'right down , upon it? and knock out the very Iast screw. "'Spose you try? -I wovn't tel.l" You'reafrid to? Oh ? you're, afraid they' would think it was mean ! VWell, then, there s the album-that's pretty, ..:if your fingers are clean. : -" For sister says sometimes I daub it; but she only says that when she's cross. There's her. picture.. Aou know it! It's like 'her, ibut-but she a...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

T Osec that!Joe-Bul tl; u ,Vo : J erFidBlposter Be C ;SweepCoTpistreet,.-Footscray^ SICTOR IAN RATLWAYS. : Oter in que?tion to anothp r station as a mnishmnt. The-r ric'h1i1 uyou hac e ildr :. rnet.' hetreowit.. a , yoir.s lrobedt. se 't., H. 1. BARKER, auhj~cka tS :hat~e -ista tnslerred , ther AssGta enciitrralS Traffie .?er Ja , . tErl qr S- Jers.: y? ottage, Kent street, ar: .r77It OHTYRO NOTICES. " MECAi "CS hIrpSitE-, andFoolTrn, '.I:";'. :" MEETINGcne to i"~nek Brad " To:micrbr: " i--'-F e ,-cen :a.i m.' .Sundla'y:Schb ol;h t . tired .m:: : Proclamationof the Gospel at sctven sp.m : 't. lib elCe T G."EX t oi'. : ..N' a acollectioni. ;"Scathsfree:o; , . t' ' : uAl' earnestlyrinvited.to attend. ' .; S.:T.. NrITED AI ME.T.II.DIST B FREE CHURCH'SABBTII SCHOOIj, METEs':ind toU"Break MrEEToNerrow prcdiidmtcysonf -he o ."se .l - tsE. .ever, o TUESDAnY . th Al:sil. Sat aretiulars- here :. ater. . ?- - ,-; j.ND .Y-RS- Y '. TENsDERS :; anitet 'for CLEANING the' :I: : State School, IHyde...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. TUESDAY, 3RD APRIL, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

SPECIAL ':MEETING QOF THE LOCAL, TUESDAY, 3RD APRIaL, i8842 ' i Present-The Mayor (D:" Mitchell,: Esq,), n the- chair,' and Crs Cleghorn Campbell;' Morris, Mitchell, and Stephen. AItiOINT.MENT OF INSIPECTOR OF NUISANCES. Corbett's .term of office' having expired on the 30th tilt., and there beingno Inspector, hee deemed, it necessary to appoint. an acting officer as no legal proceedings could be taken unless the Councilihad an Inspector to institute the same. The Board could not of itself make any appointmetit, but under the circumstances they haid to take? a confniidn sense viciv of 'the situation, and ,no doubt. the Council would ratify any decision arrived at. - CrV;.W Mitchell moved' that, the Rate Col lector, Mr Schofield, be appointed temporarily: is Inspiectorof Nuisances. ;,-. ,L. ...; Cr Campbell seconded. : ;! Cr Morris; in an oration which elasted half an hour, combated jthenmotiona. He urged that the Ratei Collectors duities were suff cently onerous, owing to the - amoun...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Holiday in New South Wales. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

Our Holiday im' New South Wales. OOu first "impressions of Sydney were not of the most clharmifigchacter. The street were covered *with~ thick layer of glutinoius mud, of a singularly tenacious consistency, .and were of alnarrow.and crooked descripton ^s uch as prevails in some of: the old towns in the mother icotiitry. Close up to thestation stiool a lii of steam tiran carsm which, howiver handy they may be, are, to say the leastof.;it, about the ;ugliest style of, conveyaice I have y)etbeen introduced to., They aresort.of cross betweeni a double-barrelled tivo-storey cattle tirck and a Noah's Ark on wheels ictteld up for thetransportation'of giraffes narrow, high; and long-set on;very small wheels, they look: in tie close and tortuous streets as much out of plice 'as. wild` beast's 'ciravan wCould .in an ordinary: parlor. Andl then the'eigiies, or; motors as they are callerld olace one :of: the ''upright boiler donkey engines from Sandridgl iPier on a lowi truck, :house . it in so...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

"ANSWERS TQ CORRESPONDENTS.I M.; an(t:B.-Thbe1Doc,: k iOBardis-not elcctied by: thcI'rtepa'ers 'of *Liverpoo1, but by thc persons lio -ay (1do6 duei, whether they belong to. Liverpool or not.- Liverfool A. crcry, Jauay. 2th, 883.,'i: ,.

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THANKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

S THAN KS..:. : Tro.TTieOEDiTo OFiTIE INDEPEDENT. :'SlR;--Through :the medium of yotur widely cir:ulatin paper, I desire to return my sincere thanksand also to express my gratitude to the neighbours s'h o s very kindly irendered assistance :at the, fire "which occurred it nimy house?on Easter Monda1., Also to those who' so `kindly proffered asistance 'afte??i?ds. r I remain, iYours' &c:, '- .: PHILIP HANLON. Foolscray, April 6lth, 1883

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1883. Noxious Trades. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

oNWARD,L AD. UPWARD.' FoorseTsY; SrUTRDn.Yv, AaRiL , 18832:3 distirbiance, th i oidis andpea etof:od'v borough is byno means rog, evolnve.s a aiuining questiozrrand straughtway, All ie likc sheep ffollowx Ii the w'iake of the leader. fIhe all-absorbing topic disturbing the minids and peace of old and yontagi ofhill conditions- i; =the borough is by no means a savory one Stinks. "\What shall w-e do witl the. noxious trades ?'T is the cry,:and the rcpl} -of th e-aniany-.-is,-' Drive- thent 'oit. I The question ,however requires calm and deliberate consideration in its several plinses and it ihas aspects in volving considerable- expense- to .the rtepayiers--bcfore suche an extrenic .step .should.ba £ta;ien. -LetLt.be cldarlyl lunderstood xwe: have neither liking for. the :abominable. smells, wthich,at times" s.o?n l? penetratetthrough, eery nook and cranny in the borough, nor ?sym fxathy. for those who, for :the niere sake of ,monetary ,'gain, g iouldd, compel :a .iwhole town to: breat...

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THE LATE FIRE IN DONALD STREET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

THE LATE'FIRE IN DONALD.STREET. TO..T.roTIIE EDITOR, OFTIIE- INDEPENDENT. SsR;- I wish to correct r an error made by the Mayor at the. last. Council meeting;, He stiaed that the brigade played thie water on the burning or burnt tiinber instead ofoni the adjoininSg buildings.-r If'the: Mayor.had bEetipresent1 w bh' g-tie"t lirigaildeairivl,. he would. have seen. that they played on the buildings idjoining as long as the hose stood thlipressure,.whlch,..by.the way,.was as usual very poor, ihanksto our eiergetie councillors. In! regarit to; ilie stm' of -ito voted by the Council io the" lirigade some time ago. I can say that the hose ~.vas purchased at fifteen dr sixteen' 'nce"jier froo;"l buttin conse ienee of ithe ulnmiable nanners;in which'the tower swas finished all ihe hose that is'kept in it. goes rotten verysoo:throtigli the'wiater coming through the roobf. "If any cf oif municipal fatler idoubt this I would advise:iltem tostand in the tbwer sonie 'wet day for ioult. two. miitit...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Redmond Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

The Redmond Mi.ssion..' Ir ;is ,grtifying to' find tint ismce. public attention in Victoria has been' clerly direcfed o thie mission ofif he Redmonriif Brotlhers; to Australia, thlie Press has,.ulniost unaiiniiously-'itli the.exception, of stich papers.ias: the Akdoca/--condemned in no measured terms all symipaithy ivitlthe movement they, advocaE, upderfi?the circumstances which surround it It'appeairs.fromn uri d o u b t e d e v i d e n c e t h aar t t h e f u i n d _ i s u b - scribed here and throghliouit theieiorld generilly, to assist. -the jpoveity ; id miseryi of, the homelss 'and( starving Irish have to a largce xtent been used to foster 'and encourage 'crinmes of he blackest: descr-iptionr :assassination; mtiders of uiofending persons; fire raising, terrorism, destruction of pro perty, and the like disgraces to' huma'n nature,; 'I. mlay isellb :be said thlat the; Irish :Land: lLeaguei is budtiiiithie iiane for Feniiasnism, and thit the iso called :Ins. Inyvinciblesid~ho hod...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"NAUSEA." TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

- • TO TILE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT SIR,-WVe have got a. new word in,Foots. cra~' that I: have heardlin so many ways I am somewhat puzzled about the meaning of, it0is "nausea." I have heard it ,in:all sorts of places,. from all sorts of people, and. have a sort of vague idea that.it is something in cons nection with noxious trades, ' but it gets so many different tiirns that it is no wonder us poor clods get puzzled. :I heard a gentleman --wvli is'more feared than lpvel in Footscray -saying in court" the other day that he felt it in the pit of the stonmach, and another who is equally well known--or if he is not he ought to.be-say he felt it coming on but he .sue ceedierl in keeping it off by a screw. Now if I am right in what I suppose this word to mean, it appears to ine that there would be a good} opening for .this gentleman to start a new, 'jndustry,and retail patent anti-nausea screws to. the Footscray public. It would be a splendlid. way of. solvingi this difllculty, and lsav...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

LA ' stoNttexr.-A meeting was held last night at it. Joim'? Church, when it was decided to form a?'ociey 1q be called "St. John's Progressive Union." rA rovincial committee was formed, consisting of lessrs Wptcrs, Fox, Williams, Heathcote, Walden, II. Iangwill, aed White, to frame rules, &c., and lprescnt the .some at.a mIeral meeting, to. be h1.l4 at-the Cl:urchnlext ?a'dnesd" ay scing at eht c,'c6gck. Fort'-elght imebers hlae alretay cnrolled the'nsgs. , . . DiMersiscitrsri INSTITUTE se The articles undi!i tr hifiboe?sho e'adnin-e fr?iroom the ipen 9f a' --]t'elf, or," of ?A?Arts-a ?ýoung'1 colonial Sin OnRtl tobkci tilate -Mr ,DolT?erIty, monthumbly-. c ting toolk :,placc Ott ;Tuesd'sy` eveiing liat "'ThPe 'resident (Mir D. Mitchell) in ,-the chur.,'.:The .:current accounts swere passedfor payment, 'and various alterationis re ,lettiing of llll miade-:'- h,.;i!-})'?- ?:y.": ,. Si5uDAS -ScI.oL 'AN's lERSARY:The, an niversary services of: the i7tnited Mhithodlist 'FreeChuir...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EFFLUVIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

EFFLUVIA. TO TIIE EDITR OF TILE INDEPENDENT. SIR,-'Vhat ithtreal andlimaoginary :nuil sances our borough is in astate of ferment, from 'northito:south the question of "Siinksi'iis thi prevailing one for the p resent,,to the exclusion of, or failing other.andiniore?agreeable topics. The equanimityof the \northwais first disturbed" and not without 'reason as the' iquantity and quality of the efluvia emanating from the carrioi at:"'the? recently erected !Bone' 'W.orks' 'was more, than. ,sufficient to. satisfy .anyone5, not! over fastidious. Possibly owving- to the north w nl pe str~ las.f leg, thcagila tative influieneiike an epidemic, hbus fouind its way to the south, and has manifested tself in.a nmaniaagainst our Chemiical'Works= Sugar Works, Buttery,, Railway Department, the 'Melbourne , City ;':Council,' the Footscray Borough Council, etc., etc. I: was asked this morning to--signj?amemorial having, as I was told, special reference `o th; Chbmical Works, but lookiing at' the 'inma'...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

T?he: Salvation Army.? / February 26th was a gala day with the Sal. vatlonrAirmy'in 'Port Adelaide (says the Port SAdelaidelNews)=a fiel a when they wentI three, h soime of their inartial; evolutions. to. celebrate the return of' Major' Barker and, " Hapy`'Diinah" from their' visit 'to Melo botene. In the afternoon they congregated behind the Police Station, and for. an, hour or two'' conducted an open-air.service. A sensa tional announcement of the piroposed doings of theda?had ,een posted about.Port Adelaide for some time; and,.had excited'considerable attention and criticism...The bill ran thus: SALVATION ARMY i! ! Port Adelaide 3rd Corps. S M o. nDAYFEeRUARV 26T?.r "i . W ar! War . Wai' Hallo I Hallo I Jack. What's up? Look here! The Salvation Army - S Is going it hotter than ever -; Drink, Sin, and the Devl . Atmen. 'They will open with a monster Holiness meet ing in the Barracks, at 10.30,; led biy Major Barker,- Captains ' Yorkshire Relish,' Rfolfe, Colley, and Bettes, anil a...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. England's Great Commoner. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

,:DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. - . : PAR '..I . -i -:.[By T.P.] - Ir z8322 the date of Mr. Gladstone's eturni. for Newark, the Tory party was becoming.weak and almost verging dn ruin. -After the passing of the great Refoim "Aet, the Tories were dis organized in their ranks and despairing in spirit. They were in great. need of men of talent to rescue them from utter collapse. Mr. Gladstone's academical career had been marked by great suc cess-he had already established a re putation for himself. A Tory of the purest dye, to all appearance his addi tion to their ranks was one of the best inveshnients that the Duke of Newcastle couild have made oii behalf of the dis pirited and failing cause. Little did they dream of the wonderful change that was to come over the mind and opinions of their new protege/ still less did Glad stone himself suspect the entire repug nance to Tory principles that was part of his very ,nature. From his' first entrance on Parliamentary. -life lie: sho ed ;himself a...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

AMU'yINSURANC-E., ' 'OL NIAtl MUTUAL FIRE INSUR7 -? '?"ANCE COMPANY., Limited). : . rPRioFiTS?r Di.vinE wDVTii THOSE INSURED.' : , Principal Offices: . 84 and 86 Collins street west, Melbourne -FIRE, MARINE, .FIDELITY AND '.*ili;GUARANTEE INSURANCES; ACCEPTED AT S-LO WEST CURRENT RATES OF PREMIUM., ;i..i IV. -. WL. LJACK, Secretary.. 'Pr tuses, forms of proposal; and other . infomation to be obtained from J.M. BARR, ,iAgent for Footscray and Williamstown. -. T1EilC&ONT AL !MUTUAL JIFE -" .ASSURANCE SOCIETY ::LIMxrriE *MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCEi-ENDOW- , MENTS, ,;ANNUITIES ..:,.. PiRINCIPAL OFFICE : ^i -:k84 & 86 COLLINS ST. WVEST, Melbourne. -)'OFFICES I ALL THE COLON • :.i~ . r ;, :*, .,* Vice Prordenitso:.- 3:.." .." -r' The Eton. Sir'T. Ceohre gLon Inn:csM.I:t C.":-' :::i-. .CTh Han. Sir ToOas IMcltrah, LL"D., 1C.CM.G. Samuel D :'Dirto P. i :Te. Rca H.-Plw Kane, .AA, o'Brihton,gC nalrm.ai. ' nic Ho.rs·. E .Heaver, CI.TCI, 2Merchiant,'Melbourne, ,;j **I; Deputy.Ch n. T...

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LAST WORDS OF EMINENT PERSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

LAST. WORDS: OF EMINENTYERSONS. FRoMr amongst the host eminent persons-. we only give ~a few- at present- What stcam is to the iocomitisve, advertising is to the man of business. SHAKESPEARE The lightning is not.imore attracted by the Brush-Drummond, or Edison machine than" customers are to the'man who advertises. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.: If I had only read the Irdclendent and known of the Hair Vigor I would not have thanked the Senate of Rome for a laurel crown, but 'would have grown my own hair before the Ides of March. JULIUS CESAR . Had I known of the matrimonial advertising business I might have had two hundred more wives quite easy. BRIGIIAM YOUNG. How easily could I have discovered America if I had only subscribed and advertised in the Indcypndedt. CIIRISTOPHER COLUM3IUS.. I could have made a fortune out of hemlock tea with proper advertising. SOCRATES. Martin Luther, the monk that shook the' w6old,;would have turned it outside in and s'h6ook the last shilling out of its pockets h...

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PRINCE BISMARCK. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

S PRINlCEBISMARCK. le is a powerful man. : at is what strikes at once everyone: who sees him for the first time -:'He is very tall aiid of enormous ?e-ight, but not uiii gainly. ; Every: tpart of::his: gigantic frame is well-proportioned-the .large round head, the massive neck, the broad shoulders, ann d the'vigorous limbs:. He is now: more tharn sixty-three, and the burden he-has had:to bear has been iunusually heavy,; but thoughl his step lias. become, slowg:,and' ponderous, he' carries his head , high-looking down;, even,, on those who are:as tall as himn self-and: his °figutre is still 'erect. During.:: these Flatter, .years, he has suffered frequent "and severe ; bodily pain, but no one could look,?upon himn as ~an :old iman orias onie to ?be pitied? On the conitrary, ?verybodly who sees Ihiim feels that Prince Bismarck is still in -`possession: of.. immense: physical power" Photography h'as iiade' his features kuown to all. i I's a stringe face, which, would attract attention"...

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A SCANDAL THAT DREW. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 April 1883

A.SCANDAL THAT DREW. The venerable" clergyman arose slowly in the pulpit, and glaincing around on the thinly scattered congregation, said in an emphatic tone, in which there was more of sorrow than of anger--" My beloved brethren, I am in hopes that there will be more present next Sabbath, as I will then have occasion to reveal a scandal which has long oppressed my heart. It concerns the members of this church very dleeply, and no one who has a regard for eternal happiness should be absent." When the benedliction was pronounced the handful of people slowly dispersed, but behold how milch good seed a few can scatter. The next Sunday the sacred edifice was packed. There was in deed hardly breathing room when the white haired sage once more lifted his head above the pulpit cushions, and a silence as of death fell upon the expectant throng. lie stood a mnoment looking upon the unwonted scene, and then his voice in silvery cadences broke the hush of anticipation. " Dear friends," he said...

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