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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 30 June 1883

:J3 ORdOU.t 1' OF'00TS.CkRA fti hc scnd instailmcnt for the I' IOV LL ifMI(c tsOIL fIr thOe tii1y 'ir e1 ii: Sl; \eceiplimr`ioinsvit :ie p iitinin hialsnc. '!d not y;,",-ý,·1~_, lacrk'lid i ll persons reqiriingthe setsicecs at "- , or i?s? nd 'llf informitaio t.i a l.'tnd- '. tthe, T:l'- Clerk's ote, lrfic Jorouhi ,Fer ..22nd-JhhRr7"Clt: "eýT, .1" - " :...,,: \P'LIn TTONSm rcc unti . t o?c't,..4 i l po 't four :, o.?,kpmrc on or 1 s cr.ittent to uner .`akethe A 'UAIO 'theL'loruugit for thne c'arI3 a la' /£6o. ro., andt forms :t'n be Mayobtainedil "orsei -. - pectieattons 'm 'siritieulars atih e " pl:':'. Clerk's Officec "or?lg i t l.i .'.. - S Co.t i of the NorthVard list may lie in pcted" Johh P'oole's st?re, oiRRkins-s tr(i? ":; andlilt for theSoith' \ard at rV r. ;Smith's •. u..: :! i i cs 7tnil r'i7th<eaofe pro-lcslard. pertinim" -'' reCLis ard correctlonsmicst iebe on lol ithi thi otsas a hnd formsu ever ~t icre h beC then ~ 'To the compile ation of:thc sameV, rrors ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. John Bright. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 30 June 1883

:Ip T rS TESMEN :*^ + ? ..? ' ·.':.: I: T.-.:.-.'. . ,;' IVLST, :.residing +atClfiele;nh-in hich fLte cn? inlictwi'ith : one lihiwn of his: hIbosehold saye'; a- *qmOthrii es+ ildRicha Cobden cIme to.Brighi hd 'tr'ed .hide to join the struggl fobi 1rsTrde. gutriht seelned ready in is isdness to turn from the yprospcc of struaggle-hard. lon, -, , por to Comew i hePipbread for thepeople, he a nce yielded and went forth into the c?mpaign aith thse deternilnation to do his utmost for the end which they had iný ueil The question oflProtection' 'rss' ree rec' Trade ' as no1v the, one iuestion i.n, rossing the nttentior and w-ulyi png tllc minds of the mnasss I,'h 'real po er to deal widi ith itas n?iv passing out f hands of Statsninci and the Anti-Corh, I-aw , eai-e? . 'i iidid; b tb'e intelligence 6f Cobden ind ainia ted, b:: thle. eloquence of unBrabht, - cer. c.ised .ii: eno. mous influenc '*oer thc n.,ation,ad gr'afid,:?irh;udl r iio;;d . ? 11 par tIC'sinto two " reit. Cdhisions. Prote...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 30 June 1883

News <:in Brief. Vaccination is to be more strictly enforced. The consignment'of frozen meat per. Orient, w'as sold at s::enp:nce per pound. Serious outbreaks oftyphoild fercrat Coburg and Clunes. Government is raising the wind by fining contr itor.; behind time. : Th- Americans do not want any more pauper immigration. First Assembly at the Royal hall, on I:ri. (lay evening next. Gloves in great demand. 1,t798 1s5 rates collected for Wyndham Shire during the past year. A:-sensationalreporrti iitpjiosed to be called a canard because oue can'ardly understand it. Upwards of '7o,o0o in gold. and bullion issued frosmt the .Mint :tlassgk. None of it came our way. 'i',Athorini, iii hedge is worth two in the hand, and- a bee on a bud is worth three in ypurbonnect.t f t , " St .itlcfie'f the hrlilees widows whose hreal winners perishelin the flo?led mine at Creswick are going to sdc the iompany." Bakers stillind light bread pays. Twenty were fined on .Vedne.lay ip Carlton, for not...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

)'. ?J :5¢ ? : i l lBYv '"A F O O T S C R A Y A * . :. - ? " i ' * ' ::l TE ruain hib cli poured'- down wihenicnw left SHonoilioulontinued with but sligiit intr'ission for th ree l-ys; and imade the monotony of sea ife tnorewretchletd still ' ler was. no waIk Jng the deck and watching the unvarying waste of iat ers, or looking upwards anid i ondering if 'cyes at homie sre tlurned in th -same direc ticn,.ori inds busyf, ith s niilar thloughts.; I soonut discovered ithat. idleness wits eral: hard work'' and 'trying to ill tle time tit cla'psed :between leaing the islands and reaching the Wes.Vcrfi World, a tiresome task.. T'he fceling of relief I' being ,called tup :shortly after, mid nightid sec tie Golti'e" afemooing ,heiad in the inooligt,can thereforo be iuore eaily imagined than :tuld- a feeling; that :gradually increased as the twinkling lights 6fihccity that' sprang ipi like Jonah s gourtld grcw largecr naid brilghitcr asie nearced them, andseennc to.in vite uis to terra firmua...

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

J- · ·J: P M BARR, u CS T AI 0E E E.R , flfi>? INANE? AGENT, S.-,'DEPENDENT OFFICE Na?icholson Sttreet Footecray. J:: 4kaamicng ak ta:rrigcm?anntsa c-ith the: Propr itory of the I jndnlt; is'. now in a position to inform the Public that In order to offer every facility for both Setters and IBucers,-. ANY PROPERTILS PLACED IN HIS NDSoFORS AtLE WILLBE ADVERTISED IN IIIS LIST, AND TILE UTMlOST PUBLICITY GIVEN No Charge bemg made for ADVERTISING, nor Offering L' for Sale, unless a Sale is -.effected; Sales '"of F'urnhture, Produce, and Stock conducted in anny part of the District1 . i.. " -ti - ......-iE -.- ; ,-; : AGENT FOR TIHE Colonial ri;Mutual, ,:Fire and !Marine Insu rance:: Companies. In- which the Insured iparticipate n the - Profits. i i , SRisks taken at: Lowest;l-Ratei: Insure your Houses- and : our Furniture AGENT FOR THE Colonial Mutual Life and. . ? ity::,: Society: . -- . Insured participate isn the pro-fts_ "MONEY SAVED IS MONES ErRNED. I"LAUSCEN AND FOLEY, .. ..WAtF...

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

?TradeDirectory; `".The hitouse thaf-iiJoc Built iSS ?No:i ';IIi-:F id1 iillpositeri ; Bellman, and Chimiiney Swee;i :, un'iuhry 'street, ~,' opposite :Junction inn s ooLcray ": ;?.Overton Wh1eelwright and Coach Builder, Napier Street, Footsc ray t? . Charles 'E'remerson, senior, Biker,? Barkliy Streiet. /?Fircwogld and Coal sold..:?%::t'" "-._ JyJISS -U A UTIIBERTSOIN Wi.vshes ihe Ldies; of rootseay? to know. that she his startcd , DRE SSMAKI::N..:G" - OPPOsiTE STONs'S STORE: .COWPER, , STREET, FOOTSCRAY. . '.: ? Vicancies for Apprentices Blacksmiths. O If NT"FO'TH ER :'N GHA .General :Blacksmith: AND.:.. Horse :.:Shoer: :. : NAPIER. STREET, FOOTSCRAY. Ali Kinds of Blclksmnilh's' work made'and repaired on the shoriest; notice. Repairs to Diay' and other vehicles executed neatly. S HA: GES MODERATE.. OJOHN O' SHEA.; Veterinary Shoeing Forge. -ANi GENERAL SMITH, IIOP'KINS STREET, FOOTSCRAY. (Opposite Catholic Church.) . HORSES SHOD ON THE MOST APPROVED PRINCIPLE. oDISASED.,P E CAREFU...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIT THREE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

Oh ! Caledonii, stern and wild, There's not mich chance for any child, To climbl thebreutbdla f nounita in il:-: . S'Whilc ?eiring'st,.s ;' They'd lose their windl,sit down, and smiled, With sad antze, -' ' Roll on ! thou dark blue ocean roll ! And blow ye breezes round the pole, - Xou could not do it,"pon myy soul, If ye wore stays, They'd jam you up as tight's a toll. bar A\ll your days. The ty?int'of the Chersonese . Could do exactly as he please. '.. d ;- But, if he felt inclined to sneeze : rIn any ways, .,. Would hare to holt on tight, ind 'squc&e,. - If he wore stays. The Venis of the Medicee Never wore stays, and yet you see Model of beauty now is she, - Somcnme your ways. And if in form you'd handsome be Cast off your stays. And thee, thou most ingloptloii Lizstt That blods the pimpet, with a twist.-: In it, Ynsq\ hbe completely disht i. If you wore stays; : . You'd have no more wind than`my fist To blow away,. The Islesof Greece! The Isles of Greec : Went in for cl...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTSCRAY V. LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

FoO5CRAY V. LANCEFIELD. ? A mixed team from Footscray proceedd by the 6.45 a.m. train on Monday last (Separation Day,) and arrived at Lancefield about nine o'clock, : The morning was dull. and shortly. after ten o'clock rain began to fall driving those who were walking round the. prstty little town, into Jean's IIotel for shelter, At twelve o'clock the team were entertained at dinner by the local club, and many thanks are due tb them for the extccllent dinner. provided, and it is needless to say, was well done justice to. -The g.ame, which was to hlave started at one o'clock did not begin until 2.30 on account- of the rain not stopping until that.time.: Green captained the Footscray, (who played with: 6 men all through), and won the tos.s from Little the local captain, no advantage was gained it kicking, as the wind was almnost still. On the ball being'sent on its mission, some play took place in the centre then to the local end, where it siayel for some time, until West obltaiiedl ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FYTE TWO. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

F1TF TWO. But then ! the humanii fo di ine Looks as if tight ied up writh twine, To cut in half ; seems half incline-: .. d, Or t'other way, To burst at once the torturing linc. And cut thestay. Oh ! sweetest maid,.how can you jump, Or swin, or run, or water pump, Or agitated he, then plump - Against your stay, . . Your heart upon the bars doth thump r . To find full pla}. But, Oh !..What a terrific mixing,., Of all.the whole internal fixing:- Lights, liver, heart, and other slth; in-' . side the stays; No'wonder that. their side a stitch-in - His . every.day.:. , lNo other being save a spider, : Or ant, or thing, dressed. up by Schnider, Would try to put a close divider Around their waist ; Where she should have most rooim inside her, S There she has laste.: Stay ! lad st:iy ! for mercy's sake, And off thy stays and corsets take ; . : . I would not stay to unlace; but break The whole affair, - into the middle of next : : ke : I'd pitch the pair. Think how the ends of either rib Are...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL MATCHES TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

FOOTBALL nlATCIES: TO-D??Y. '.\RtRA\I.LF. Jt\IOos N. CARLTO\ Al.SrA:' -At the: R -i pirlik: Thi following?will represent the Juniors; who are requested to meet, on the Yarrsnllc station,a tt. . I'lm. ?.-bell, llr?in,' Ull0yil;',Ber, Comlb hB., Hlutton, Tiruman (2), McDonald (3), Ileiiderson,. Spot. tiswoode,q1'aneill; McEwan, .?lMahon, Corby;, Campbell, ;Grffiths and Andlrews; encergencies c.Teeson; Ham. nid MAlrks, 'tReArRV1I.Ii? JuSiO s (2nd) v. RoiVE s.- Thisrtnlteh will ho played at.Yarrayille..:.The uiilo s' team will be chosen froni the follow tIn? Bell, Blaxtc,' Stoie (2), Suth'rliiid:(2): Cothl? .;i (2), ?i McEwan , IDalglish, Steswartl MlnrkIs Chadwick, MIcDonald,, Mcmuir, l1am,: lBnnet ot, Crew, Iloodl (2), DumIlcton, Scorrar,. Stop be and; Flming.'. Raocr'd~s .t:ean-rm Acae k,:Arthuro 'lriant,'-rown, Chalnmersi Dawsoii`, Droopl Doherty; Emnierson; Huirst, I erguson (2), Greenivood,; ltountcr?.lhiggn,?i K aontm;' '.O'Halloran. (Cat,.)l rSifh, Shiclds, SFoo:Ts?CiAi ' iO. Ae...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FYTTE ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

FVTTE OE. Oh I Womnian In our hours of ease,' :-." :: Capricious, fickle, hardto please; As we have sat upon thy kncs,i:. In hppier days, We have had many an'awful squceic Against thystays. In infancywe sought reposc, -. o:..-;:,. - ,, . Upun thy breast oWhitest snows, An] pressel, and made a pug ourn nose;;'-: Against thy stays ; - At which oft-times our danider rose; In early days. In after 3earss to minhood sprang, As round thy waist our arms we flang, Our finger ends with pain they rang. . On liones and stays?. That made tis grimble as we gang - pon our ways. That waist,? hich should lie soft aid round, Soft as the cake'that's called "liound," Felt haird is bltrd,' and gsve a sound Like crackling blaze; " . We clenchedl our teeth, anti blessed profound, Those blessed stays. We could'not tickle: 'Nay,, who could ? One might as well be ticklin wood.. INone would do. so, unless he s screwed SUlpon that lay: I say for one I'won't intrude . That's whit I say. .

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original Poetry. "OH! STAY!! STAYER!!! STAID!!!! [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

rs Burns, ScolttiByron, Moore and Co., writtenjin Footicray aini handed to the editor ;fr 'editing, which, with hlii usual good naturc he did, addinig'a short memoniir of thc autho asolloss:- r The vwriter; was horn somiewheire I ame n foriined;:hut I was not inquisitiv?e enough .toq know how or whben. :Fr prescint appearances it would nort have n iatttedmuc li if that event hadl beeni indeflinitely, postponed, ?or~ taken place in another spjar.- We ,idinot have the ileasire of his acquaintancc till lately, annd hoight so, little ofa it that a very small piece slid for, us;.,the rest is out in the back yard by) the ilo-kgnne,n anidmasy he Iarted away, if Rover is done with it. The owner need not call; again, unless he is assursed we are out, or one of us will play an imnportaint part "ii a majestic ceremonial, which will not Ie either a. christening of a' weddisng. I 'have a muskct and a cleaver, as well as a bottle of rat poison ?eady for.him, and shall not charge for adminis cerin...

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

"ONATnRD AND UPNWARD."7Q '* -O&rOSAYc , SATURDAY, J.ULY , IS83; Federation; " '. AFTER, all tiant. has been tialked and written about Federation, people will begin to. imagine that the subject is 'worn threadbare, and that nothing re mains to be said.: Whilst. e "'believe that muich of the talk about Federation has been chlaircterised by genuienehss. and: sincerity, yet it must be patent. to all that there his been'rigreat dealsaid on the .subject nieely because .it has been popular, and because the 'unction ;of the two- sister cpithls' brouglit the' subject proinefitly befdie the 'iiids of men who, from' their. position, %werec forced to say something, even though it iwered only twaddlfe 'Still, 'm- s must not disguise fromii. ourselves the 'fact that muchmore has been said 'on the suV ject in a practical arid earnest , tone, than ever at any previous time. Situ ated. as the colonies 'ire, with all the social and geographical forces pointing in the direction of Federation i...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cullings and Cogitations. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

Cullings and Cogitations. The great lesson which science teaches Is how little we yet know and how much we have -still to learn. The moralist says:-" Every man is occa sionally what he ought to be perpetually". Then again some men are perpetually what they ought to be only occasionally. A Perth (Ontario) editor man threatens to publish, under the heading "The short and simple annals of the poor,- the names of st who have not paid their debts to him for five years. DEIup houses and undrained gardens can be greatly benefited by planting laurel trees which give off a large proportion of ozone, and that muost asthetic of all flowers the sun-flower which is potent in destroyirg mantligal condi tion. This is q sinlple rmnedly and within the Tcclh of all, An account of the fatal effects of passion contes to hand in a .Home paper, a woman quarrelled with her husband and threw a kerosene lamp at him which set on fire the bed clothes, and the two children who were asleep on the bed at the tim...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

News'" ii Brief. - Dr. Blair has been miade a member of the Medical Board. The action of the IPublic;Library trustees was condemned in Parlianient liy.thirty-seven votes to twelve. SMr. O'Cpnnbi', thereiiring; meniber of the Braylrcok Board of Advice, has leeri returnied unopposed. ! A Graml Lodge of Freemasons has been in augurated ih Afelbourne,; with MAr George Coppin, M.'., as Grand Master. Elizabeth-street hati been, lit up. with- the electric light at the intersectionqf. the streets from Flinders to La Trobe streets.. It appears to answer well. Mr'!l);;ivws?, in -a nodeto6-the .Borcughs Co!n'cil - t' We?dfiesday evening, signified his intention of not paying any more rates until he gets s?me retuiri for them.-: .' . -. " . , The itcam-carriage or omnilms recently im ported works well,'bnly the department has nowhere to use it, as it requires a turn-table at iach en?Tolirtle(lneit, will have to iork'upon. That is getti-g the horse" beforerthe ' stable is built. The plague appea...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"OUR HARRY." A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. CHAPTER XIV. "In the toils." [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

A"??A]LE OFi THE I)IGGINGS. :, rilrY. wcre enclosed-lby -a ring of- men, who' drew nearer each moment, wih. thp dcath-deal. l\tilb~ pointed at the!. victims. now: in ijqhgerous proximity... At such a time, a calm ?ess-thatof.despar,.lays hold of the helpless, aid so it was with the mates. They could note almost in a glance that the bush rangers were aittired alike, in cord trousers, long boots reaching to the knee, grey woollen shirts and'drab wide-awake hats, under which, each wore a veil of black crape or gauze draw n over the face, as far as the upper lip. Each had a broad belt around the waist, to which was attached a couple of leatheij pistol holders, a d'moir than g~e wore a short 'a''r the" scabbards bearing the blazon V.R., showing at one time they had been the property of some trooper of the mounted police force. All this took but an instant to see, and in the samue glance they noticed a couple of men'in the rear, who had already taken pos session of the horses, which had b...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

l.; 1.'ý;T. ý' "-, 5! -- 7"11 z.:jp -,? ?.: .T r:: s`' o;: NEWý' ;TIME TABLE! YARRAVIL/'LEI " IE SSIiOURS4F'""' :MELBOURNE.: t," ,'SARRAVII;LL·;i'-' -I <;} taC. . . ", " -. _ -_ a.m. a.' "am. m n .m am.am. 5, 9 6. . 6 ' 5.55. 6 6 "6' 639 -".'" l51" 'S635 ..6.44 5 6 649 7,19 ';7:."' ;5 '-4 7 0: '7": 11 ;714 7,59_, , ,x . 70. . o8 3 ,7 -- :7 44 . . It 9?| ' 9`' i 5 " .~ 0'j tZ 8 l4 o 131 .845 0 811,2814 $' ;'9 2'' ..9-15 '- :3: 841 88.44 9.|95 1 -9 3"9. 945 1.90 9'11` 914 .954 957 100 .5 -9 9.41 944 `aO 't.?[.10.30. , :IC43; . 51.7°k :,0 10 it., , 1p-'.4 10 59. .111 11 15 10 30 10',4' 20.44 11' * '1131 1 -45"- ' X110 ) -. 1 14 Slt559' %.,11 3..l" 154 ,51 301t "11 41': 11.44 p.m. p.m. p.m... . 7..p.n., 1.p2 12 59 1131 14 1130 11:214 1.. 9.. ' 113 15 ' . ' ',. 11 1 ,..41., 21,44 1 9: t31 345. ? 1 02 o 11 ' 14 S91 5,,3I ,'?11 5;12 1,.30: 2 414 .,,2144 029/ : 231 . .45 .. 1'h 9. 351 ,? 3 45 3-'.030 .13 x .' 3 4 4 .59* ' 4j". ",33. 3, 341' :3 44 459 5 .31 515 - 43,j 2.44: 144 1*...

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

;FIRE INSUR= - '1RM=. MARINE, FIDEL!1 '4.A( :ft azSJiR~s JACK, Teri awy i t ?nt d'r oset !aid: other S e~obted r '., _ =^ ly'1 LN tAL MUTUAL LIFE II~C SOIETYr. "Lngnn. `" Mt°r AL" JPE ASSURANCE. ENDOW ' PrRINCIPA; OFFICE: !4 &86 COLLINS ST . WEST, Melbourne. OFFICES IN ALL THE COLONIES. ' Vice-Preoidcots : Th. Hlon SirJ George Long Ionic H. c_ The=Hono Sir T'heo.. bIoellorih, -LLD., LC.'.I 0 Saueol Davrort, J.P. T~_o.Sruek Sameeo Looke,-M .L~ _ : . :.t: Direotore;,:: .:. The Rae. H. loor Koor,SI A., Dlrghten, Choomn. e The tlee. F. B. ISetyer, 1LLLC, Slerchanui lielbourne,. 'Depuzy-Chairmn Tie Hl.a A T. Clark, .P. WilIreneotowi' T Gee., Wilber,, Nelb~ouree.. :" ..J+i ...' H. litree3Ioore, Melboureoe. ,.ý'""''i T. Jaqneee MaxESin, F.S.S.,, Managing Director. :Srea-":FR.(TCRES: " f: :,-". Pe $;: re, uecooditoon, eechalleegrablr` aned : X reft..lsong t th Meber.' eede··b-r moo I~rfeza. o. liob theSJIA ourreodervalue solflrot. 101eFE He~,IL~, P~~~4·~lo ue N-.Ew ~ usINESS FOR LAS...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Secretaries of Cricket and Football Clubs are requested to send their reports of past Saturday's matches not later than Tuesday evening in order to secure [?]ion, Coming fixtures will be received up Th[?]day evening. FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY V. SANDRIM[?]E. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

.as thcnd thconencdt r td che not jiothe ocloal , fr rbidrof th.sn n to r Sie1Ete o unct r antg - r.olln the nrlgoa men toaodint te iorCwar ls but t-he 7-hleeneds to theSmire s himchks, on¶t0hok wsthien. conalsn tow o pa;nrs, to' grolniend .tl v he'giz.-onth e ti a nd t cloe- oproiet mit rolling the local men took it wrell forwar, but h.df, the Sandridge men adding 4 inore goals and 7 behinds to their score, which ivcs at half time l5s goals 7 behinds to; Footsciay's nil. After the usual interval, the ball was throwl up in the centre, and taken by the local men tc the Sandridge goal;the back piayers prov:ct equal to th.eoccasion and kickcd the ball wel iout of Iounds, this kind of play seeed to Ix the order of hings with the Sandridge players as wvhenevcr the local men haid the visitors goal in cianger, tlle lattcir would kick.the lall clean out of botinds, giving the IFootscray. leani nc show whaitever. The local's scored I goal 'through the agefcy of Gxceni and 2 hlehinds to 'tle ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. John Bright. PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

DISTi NG(IIH TATESMEN. MrB : 1`i'Mitip,' MrBrighlst assume doffice .Helstfh;Brthe r uring the tiimeii-)ii held It he" wqorked hard,' aid. }as aluay: the awiient supporter .of progressive-Liberal reforms. I ; however, .fs foced to resign min con sequeeof hiling-health, and for afew yerswas ,do 1,seen m his eat in Pafltream t. peculiar ature ? Bright' ta tliat though l not.; for any - Iltl: of he held the most influential position. His hand is, engaged in all measures of a liberal reform. Wherever any legislation has been mainly directed to the amelioration of the "masses, --herever anything has been done for the :benefit of Liberalism Mr Bright has been' one of the foremost and most earnest. He does 'not'.lay claim to ithe- possessioni. of any of the great qualities of statesmanship; in fact, in one of his speeches"on, the RisSsian War he disavowed his claims of states mainship. :At. the close of .the speech he said,. " I am not, nor did I ever, ireteind to be, a statesman; and-that:...

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