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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

:'ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. C.` Iioghton~-our lineswill appear next ,cek. ~'--:I:::; ''' J Emery-our letter is held `.over until nest issue.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Poetry. MOONLIGHT MEMORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

Poet ry. MOOLIG00 IIT ,IEMORIS . . Tlie pale: mo an shining bn:ght ":'. ." i Streakl dale, and dell andl mountain: :. W ith shadow, anmd withl light. Briglht light ?Id grotesque 'shado?, ; Of qlowering trevq ld hillt5:: .Alteirnate, tind co-mingling The lovely landscape fill . Bright g?? ms of'.joy long, anitshed .'·. ::: Go' flitting throughnsy. brain, ?,,'ii . sDark shadows of the future : -:.-:..:;: . Are loonsing in the traini. i'n;.Intie ever vaniished pa, : And rounid its short lived pleasures Doth sacred halos cast,. ,To Seotlahdinls mists ani mountais, ; `;Its scerj sd :1i;;ch and-:dd 'lhit yoti?hfbilhours beg loid. :.;': ill listry' page tfetl -Ipe into the past :. :. And gaze. on scenes of siughter?' :,",'.":5? .here fatal dies were ast:: te-s_ r slogsi and w-:;o:-: .'1 frl each.ruggeh t hillsid e `.The rash. to do or die ::: In deadly strife they mingle; hark I the hoarse shout and grioan?i: ?'i ts thbousands of God's creaturies :..'i " Are hurried 'fore His throne ;They ...

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The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1883. Railway Management Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

"ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JULY I4,1883.' Railway Managerent'Bill' THEc "ei Rail*ay; Management Bill is noi0v before: the 1Hiose aniid t he country; and the :opeiiing speech' of Mr Gillies, in which all the beauties o fliefieiv. departure were delineated ifni glo~ving charaicters, was.received ith applause by many. honorable meinbers, ;iho ivill be only to.:o happy if .the ii. prdiopose'd measure delivers them from inthat curse of represetatives, billet- huntiinig, which forms so great a drwivback to the inde pendence of members, and is as degrad ing to them as it is:demoSrlising to the constitiencies.: At the :sae time it is doubtful if' the? changes that :ire pro posed will be as comiplete. acure for the acknowledged evils of.political :patron age as: its sanguine admirers :expect. Of coiirse the details of the Bill w'ill be brought 'out in debate, and the objec tions to its provisions' made apparent, so that all ::its defects, as 'iell as points of advaitiige, ,may...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

.J- THE LOOKOUT. , d.;! ra toat d6( tfhere for I';n about to shoot. P - Anold friend of niine, who was not piarticularly;strong in grammar or mem ory used to?giave: an aphorism thusly; is nt now as they used to was, befo?er?t;hey.bc'es as. they is." And reily' thej; Liberal party migiht well adopt the:spirit, if not the letter, of the sentiment i:Oh, hat a blissful unity. prevailed in the House when Mr Ser vice proposed. his motion in favour' of the: aidneftion of the New Hebrides; -and :ai tliousand -adjacent islands of the South??.h Seias;':?anid "hein Mr Beiry suep jiorted the iotionif:; the unanimity w?:as somiething woindrouis: to behold.~§F6o oncce th lion and the lanmb hay down :togetheri the Conservativeli beari did. eat grass_ like `theLiberal ox, rand the i?eaneci child (Mason) put-l his; hind :in: dite cockatrtce Mirams); deasi All swkss peace anil concord-al a?ere .happy asi thi flo ers i i~i iM d But indei showied another sight,". when Mr Berryf as the Libeiral 1eadeir,...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

- <s". t~ui a< fISI t-ilIL ' c.1 s:a;r i. " rf: . :.: ,I.. NEW- .TI'ME ;TABLE: end 'or-134 Ih:WEEK 1)DAl ' o ft ftdilol}. " - }ý ýý:.; ýt't ^ 2t e~ , 'j1 ý a e ~"rtii y {rt' Y ARItArVIL1 E' MELB OURNEý '. L4 ELBOURN ib £r °YARRAVILLIE ar'!t; tI r~ s t d;ooz al 2,517x 2, onr :,? ii nr lit ', v . rý' Ittloli 19 .i.L q, s i : 11110i: . .)i 6 5 34.. : 9 S'. 7-110 ; lOiIfIOI .b 9 411 ZO.,f l.. yflir7; 1; {.". ni 730' 7 2'73 I0S9 :"7 S ' 3 I 030:1 4''74x. 'a 7,44' .t35 4=9 ý 915 ., 830 43 "8144 y 9 79i~.Le~ 9 21 .94 1x19izo r;f 40 9 . 19'144 1 19 54'a: l"'92 57: 1;0 1x 0 0rro ', w .00 4 o i7 90 101949' ::0 h l p IL, af.i , 111)L, 110303 104914 IS~f9 il 5 iI 0 I : SZ ý 59~ ,?39 54 Mi le 1030 1 1 1':, 1;4 -'Raý . ,'4~i Sop 4o495$ J4'. 0~ p r ' rp :S3'i a 1 5I5'S x. 3 124 1 4 £ 9 x t if4,o ' 9e~.. '30 1'':1 -'r T1t'j . :. . 115' 9 ,n .3031i Ej 40! fni 644 * i 1 1!.8" 3: 9:!,21',4 w. f nt4 3' P: 'a. Il ul 2 1:4 136 11 A 451 1-H-4.L Si'. 6,o o .4 .t"9 og : 31 314jI .945, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

r OLONI 4L MUTUAL` FIRE INStIR. 9;i1 1 ANC. nr CuOMPANXII ' (J;tfl zt, 1. ,*_- ,^ )i C .l 'el' irUn.z a _ _ _ .. ! . :. ýQ FIRE ;.'MARINE; VIIDE"'ITV \ns SGo ,~Nr1'p iIN1SUE x~t.i'.E ACVvi`TEl;ATr LOWWEST CUREENT;, I\ATr' OF PRIWM;ZiU^l: 4 ' snri. . CL.: JgtCR, ;Secrgtary rA~ppqcc~ Rforp roposa1, Ai lother ' Aormiatoontobl out etk~from11,. "J. .. ARR,:rzýi':Jn. 'Knl 'JI, -.L· U H 7157'±1H SS t "-'.~ ! y ?'5 3''+Sislubi'iiir u.:u" wsa+ stir, s.:~it' ;; "..nlij "" x°: MTUAL. ~IFErr1SSU:i u1NC1; ENDOW MAfENTS, ANNUITIES. ..;,.,ga riy~~a +E,~ rnl« ;r,.m o ýýtt i:z er ., :.;n i ·r :ll .v: "J _. ,re CO Lfil TWsý'euo'ro -, :-r S, I* O H OF :ICE \ ALl: TIE COLONIES. .s' - The Hion Sir J. George Long IiinocshI' LC. ^ . 1i:I. h&Hon:"~: Sir 'for, ldm aru nI .L1 KC:I:.;-isdmcl asnprtJ.,. . ....~s.c r.r ::i'z-7". - So- SirHLuke YMuolLoaleset.LG LI) K E. r.ui ti ireeiors, The Ry, H. Plow FIrne, hAEl, Irighton,. Choiroan ' -Th eMn. F. . I. IlesetrM %loL.rC. lo\ioz4 .n ~lbhon DeputyLChairma...

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Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

tr~l ils : " S :l l .; ` .if s'.. thursday aetii . " FOOTSCRAY V.. CARLTON (2nd,')'; :-'The second ?;meetring.'if thee cl' ?hi season'; toolkplaete'lasft Sahtrd-ly', th'er+tpnI ,being-in, ver ettnw i h leta?s t'ynditifion' ion Itothe rain Ofl .the: day lIcfoie; h-iiis m?r.1rn g th game more enjoyable foiiFirtc'hd"'sii rs 'tha .4he layerasf.. : / " " :- . I .Yobtscry n.won:the tossi mid:dgiiled to lk:icL against the sm?nll breeze.thalwi- 'lioiatnhi nani the ball being. kicked of bU.C lrlton .itf wns a oadeien c i btg .tht cG gatw_! odld e }'eryfasls nnad rapaiity from one enildto thie other, hte pla a uHli sa tone an ir - Tlhe kici oft wir" thkecii-vell'I fdnrid 1;(y it Carltoniaris,'wyho icorcit tvo ibtiilst in'are sion, then the play wais eonfiiid to the'ldrier or c sile crcfrtin.g cat.amuscmcnt.Lto he nonlookers-r--ant the locads 'obtain-enertssessisnj andt forcedt tie play to tile vsstors cnl, biut' no for long, -ihd iht 'arJton cih"playCers W-rh equal- to the cmcrgency, antd by ...

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DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. Earl Russell. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

an impotns t figue cring t o OFifoit i1 Faidw n Earsn Siydni Smiith, t'ho has le us t grapi €ccounti Tifiord R Rus ell' lizasctFiierhe nais uttefly sgnorant of moi a a ,nd lby his unswervin? at zstyadhi dant tless enei' rgyl ' he h-lis''c?lie ii ?i leaii beh:pnilih ?id him s lintt l continue Si tho" mark' "qverj' , pal, of British ho i ry tIet hias eci wnttrii onceirnig that bper odit' of hos lfd s I athird son of IthiSe S Dintlh D Ftlietdfrdf hetrdaste bmanner, no.one seet s cLed in los iii'behking him 1oise ;?i:tli 'lii tiy of hAis ? 9th, yers: His ehis beeatisi e `i c incringro hapie.d distoi:osed ~ i"e: ':-ai fivst'os~t fteda 'sch66f?"Sthe~ifi: ll ,i?ih7'sf;" weiralthiathe was senCithi ti ' sevefal Suggderstions his auobiohgr "si ievei hics he has i ery ft?ly 'descit bei his ieducation andi early training in I an Wi' ra ii ohid aisi?i?:', Ff i'oi:ifd p N attriiactie manneii r, no one ncdliC at losis in seki:n l ifto" coverithe hitbiiii in port broken and disturbed: He as first s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Loval Aughrim Ledge [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

Al supper and social to celebrate the anni. veraty of the Tarraville brat ch of Orangemen, was held last Thursday evening, in the Church of England Schjol ootom. About too tst down to the sapper, which was catered for ir a most efftcient matnner by Mrs (i:otdie, of the Com'. mercialt Hotel, Brother Page, occupied the chair, being supported on the right by Messrs Robertson and Palmer, and on his left by Messrs S. T. Waters, and representatives of the press. Full justice having been done to the eatables, the chairman rose and proposed -the toast of the " Queen," which was received with nusical honors. The next toast was tlt ','par, liament of VicuasW.s MrS.'T. Vaters responded, and expressed regret at the absence of the member for the district, who was attend ing to his Parliamentary duties. Mr Waters alluded with satisfaction to the passing of the. Reform BiIll, for which, strange to say, the ConServatives claimed a victoryw Plutatvuting was the cItrIp of'he country, hoad util it ;wa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, JULY 12TH. Before the Mayor (D. Mitchell, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

A .y;Qung, .fllqw, naimedf Martin.Iropis.y wiis jin.lnoiati l .for discharging firelnls in iia Ipublic place lie plesded guilty : :: gn: ;. Chstable Smith siited, tllat on Sunday lat he heard the report of a: pistol, i? -the;:vciniity 1 the itannery. .iHeproiceeded.there and found; Brophy, who admiltted havi5g fired a shot.: -a : Hergcnt Gray; aid :that the:accused) whei quiestiond : acknowlcged t lhe ,offencen , but: pleaded ignoran ce.. . " ': *::. , :'.;:; ' i Tlie Mayor .inlnictiedl a finef s 6d .ihas'd costs, and stated that the case mighthiiibbeen. dismissed,. were it not .that the oTfece(~was; committed on a Sunday. . .

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

STo. TiE'E IiTOR OP THE IXIELT NDFNT.T :?:, SIR, Th'e? rst arlty1 ,livce to growl 'at.isl youiself2-iA'Vi nindenden" woemight expectt fair-play, but thletriwatih on' vord nr -.ouncii e he. qounty Lo rt though , stranhge[ :;.to si.yay,?ilie -Williamstown '-papers, niid' the: Hecramldof Friday-Stlt-r'July, had the .case in:j l:.ow, Sir;:if yo. want:to at- up to your motto, ;: you wsill.rcquirI.toigiS-e. us thie Alph and! mega of thines. 3ri ge o mindc 'I loutl l o pr annum terlc ' P o.o-uh i~ igt1 hat the rite hnot ich oudsp"nto thin sormof "money goes is'a myster the ratcui yr s liould aboutL7" per annmit to' the Brough. fund.., Sarnd there hlas net bern".' sprnt, within half-a-i *mile of m' propelryfor the last t' years, thLI S1only repairs miade bein" dotne by miyiselfl. Jtut^ rias toh6withedi'hny'gcS<-.'a'm'lcl, .in justice toi fny~ef, ionsu-dtihe1i.iC iainil5'r'5i 's recently. 'Il had'-~icentsuoljixienlds'a'wit-J n-'ess in the caseqof,.Soonion 1 tie oGiinil'.ini * "Aug...

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Correspondence. MANGY DOGS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

`` Cor espondence. , TO Ti ll:DITOR OF THiE ISND'E3i)DET. :iAAlow.mtc= Mr, Dditor, p wEp rnas iinclikptist ` ;at those Christitn in'ch witt llllov poar mniscFirale dumb animals in the shaped if dogs; "to linger out ahorrible existence in the streets in'a state of the most intense sufTering fromt Smangc --Ihe hair ,Irojis oa , acrid runaina 'carem arc .found;i u.c a g t51bp l ohifl T rut 9-iatter and the skin raw, while a perpetual -.?itch afflicts 'tie poor crcatuo Their owners' ..go to churches and forgelht tbit lte . mnrful mIon is'-merciful 'to-his fitao. ifu''deiet of p:otjison would be.a merciful dtlelisf'nme!,to,thet poor'i brutes thai re a shame on our vcaiiion. f . 'iný by'1 inchsi frordmA i' teis' ' ilwhch al :singl.sixpncc ,worth.of sulphur osou).hpr~srnt or cure. Could not our ministers give a woord on 'Sunidays about: tbhpoor brute friend. and' ,:'deperdlpts' QItcen to ýxcite inqsi / :

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, JULY 9TH. Before Messrs Shuter (P.M.), D. Mitchell, W. Mitchell, and H. Morris. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

Btfore Metsrs tSlltcr(PbI:);%D.Mitchell; • An old oqendee c e - na rdul-cnryRcddannwas sent to gaol- for fueteen idsmf1 orbine-'dok fIrld?isorderly.._' - : .'-?' :-'. :1: .Msordoch McDonald "w.afinedi5s-;in'default 4 hours' iuiprisunus rt t sfitsh e s-ssne-offence.- A lId named John Mslelihon wis fined 405, or i4 days, forusing obscen?itlige la?g?, This seas as actios by the plasintitf to h-nd the defcidnnit biound o\er ito keep thc pe"ace,;in consequence. of'severat.:threaits.which lie hd' -sbe. Mir Gillot ah'ipeareit forOpi?s iril Mfr Croker for iuriside:- Oni 'the''ai pplicatioi of. itMr Croker,altll?itnesesl i'ere ondlrciloot of "Mr CItillots it i' outi l s?alpip?n in evidsli;e thbit iti consi?iience of the threatif.lniide?by Uthe defendnfit he.plinfiiff wsas frightetied of hi .st.ited liat'onnr the'li5ith Juie .i -wacs coming home from swork, riding on the;top of a load of h-sa swten the35 lie s stoppet by Burnside; sho was carr~yng a gun, and, who asked hbins if Toii OQlii?s;s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDE\T. StR,-Up to the present time. it has:ben a mitcerh!d?eZ saisf.ction id ile eii;?an'{lmany other persons, that your paperye cally deserves the term "resp e ing formed this notion of the Idrcpendeit was with surprise;'not unmixed. with pain;that iii your last issue I found the usually' harmless, if somewhat clumsy, humoti.ofyour" Lookouit,"." vitiated by more thatiio'ie'false statement; and mean s[innuation a. -? : Iý ! A " A m nt?ra' aso utely'untrue statemnnt tila?nthat sqcpve'y- acmonious debate took place in the by the 'R?'?'.?:'? Strong to the Sunday Opeaing Questontin?,I couldcoif tl :pkssb?I be mad'. Happeidng ton be present during this debate, I am in a position to assure you that the greatest uanimity prevailed.amongst the members of: the rresby? e, nd thnatso far ?s Mr. Strong per t-ially+ Is concerned, only the most kindly fe?ing. .vas manifested. .The I resbytery considenre trY Stiroig's action 'as ,er iurlwso .art.sut of harmonyAsitli the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

VITAL STATISTIcs.- -Three births:?and two deaths were registicred in the borough duriig the week ending 30th June . " SPECIAL SERVICe-The Rev. IH. F. Scott has ihivited the various lodges of Footscray, representing the Oddfellows,. Foresters,; and, Druids, to attend divine service at his chutirch on Sunday 'morning, July 22nid. Several of the lodges have accepted the invitation, and wilLattend in their regalia. The incumbent will deliver.a sermon suitable for tilhe occasion, and special hymns.will also be selected. ALARtGE :CoThAr.-c Mr. J. Falkingham of Whitehall street, has entered into an arrange ment, with the Public Works Department for carying out thec'ontract made'.in ,Novdeiber .ast,by Mr W.'McBernie, for the consitruiction of the clean water channel at WVhittlesca.. The original niamount of the contract was £65,345 4s. M]r McBernie has already expended £5x,ooo in work; leaving 5o,ooo still to be carried otit, during the next fifteen mon?iths, the tiinme for completion. . OF...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Winter Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

Winter Leoturee, The first of a series of lectures inaugurated by the clergyman and; guardians of St,'oho's Church, was given on Monday evening in. the Royal Hall., The weather was most inclement and; boisterous, consequently there. was only:a sparse attendance, numbering, about seventy. MAr W. \ M. Clark, occupied the chair, and briefly introduced the lecturer, iMr David Blair. The subject was "A moral study of Shake speare's aHamlet.! ; The lecturer-who spok? frn'i the floor f"lt'he hall, haiing an oljec?ion to speaking from a platfopn-remarked tht ii did not signify to him what si?zed "udipp"c hp had" Eiiteing upqn his theme, MAr Blair sail that. there, were four,. great mstcrrpieers of literature, magnificent achievements with which -everyone shotuld-have some acquaintpllce, swl the study of which for the young would bt most beneficial Those he alluded to were Shakespeare's " Hamlet," M.ilton's " Paradise Lost"' Dante's." Divipe Comedy," and Ciaethlh' " Fatst." --These four piec...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

News in Brief. :Last year the tonnage of foreign ships of all kinds entering and leaving London was 10,775,678, and Liverpool 10o,48,0o89. Youthful Artist (to countryman)-" Migh I go over there and paint those trees ?" Country= man--" Paint the trees, maisteri Don't they think they look very well as they are ?'" At a recent trial in France the foreman of the jury, placing his hand on his heart and with a voice choked with emotion, gave in the following verdict-" The accused is guilty, but we have our doubts as to histidentity, -.. ,:;The Hon. John Bright contemplates marry ing again, he has alreidy beeilttwice married and his present desire to re-enter the married state speaks volumes .in"?'egird"'ti"hl past' happiness, he wihes.to ..marry his first wife's sister, bur surely he"will wait imntil the Bill has ipassed legalising such a step. 7 - Thei scheme for, the construction of the second Suez canal. has been completed. The work is to be finished by the year r888.w iThe conditions ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

,News 'n f The 4}'1pr cent" Viciorian, 19o4, 10an is quoted at £toS 5s. The Tcase of m oweyll v. the Borilgh Co e il of Footscray was settled out of court o .:.n" h.i e i Tera?l: sayin that 'irukenii'esissaid:to be the cause of the lossoof the Blackboy. The Carter insolvency is becoiing a curious mixture. Of course there is awroma: it, antd she is a. conundiirum. Our Lookout" ha; come to grief throughi taking Ihe words of the Melbourne press as gospse l. i. S: Earl Dufferin thinls the ul maity.of thy Eiiire .will remain intact if the colonins arc properly treatued. Nio reply has yet" beenu tecoivedi from the Chielf of Police to the application for a mck-up at Y.rraville . . T' A Court for revising the voters' lists for. the borough, will' be held 'at the Town" Hall, on Monday next. Constable l~ushford arrested?:l ' man named eIcnry Hanson, .late 'yesterday afternoon, in Yarraville, for drunkeness. A little girl named Mairy Br'ssh, attehding the upper state school, was kicked by a ho...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUSHED AND DYING. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 July 1883

BUSHED AND DYING. SBY C. IIOUGIITON. The summer sun is setting now,;: With a hot aiid liid glare, That bronzes with'red the distant hill And the pine trees gwioing'there. Well may his face wear a sanuiine' hue ; tIe is drunk with the blood of his slain; lie has taken the life of man and beast, And the sap from the grass of the plain. The crows have finished their horrid feast And gone to their nightly rest : O i what if to-morrow they turn to me .] Ere the life pulse has ceased in my breast. My eyeballs bolirn ike living coal;..,; ;:i, I've a fire in every vein, And this torturing thirst, like , demon's grip, Maddens my fevered brain. Around me I see bright phantoms glide. ] Shapes of those so far away, .Whose blessed vision can see the tide,-.: Of blue Port Philip.Bay., ' I seem to hear coolfountain's splash :. i. And the drip of thd old home ,well---?; SweSse?tsootids! in .wichihed imockery blent: With the dingoe's horrid yill, The "starry cross" th'at has led me sotih : Now shine...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 21 July 1883

-' "127UNiýTD TH4µ1 WOQT3 3LE; ,Tirt Great Salt Lake itself is a natural-curios= ity, standing*" aitdoes4,200 nabove thi level of the sea, an(id leing 75 miles in lengthb about 30 mileshbroad, visitoesmsan havse a s ail round itin a nice steamer and abathefor asmialsmin. The ttempt: to swimn is uite a unique experi ence to those used to ordinary sea water, as it is no excessively I.t, as to become sobotyant that one-can lie at full- length on his back with head and neck, both legs uli to the kne,; and both arms to tdie i et;ws,o nt'irj;?"outrt0fi h water but the brne, :ifadrop gets into the eye gives intense pain, and any of it cannot be swallowed without fear of `strangulation The body must be washed in fresh' witer fter a bath or a coat otsaltisdeposited on the skin, mak; ing it quite hard and crackling! K.i "::; 4 .' We left the City of the Saints and arriied iat Ogden Fat iom .m. This is a well built cty 6000 inhabitants, on a high plateau surrounded byy mountains, all craited w...

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