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Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

SerearesofCrcetan j tel Cni I: eqese uZlld send their. reports ofpastyaturn~oInyapitechcs dci ii~l'te then,, lu ide *7ensniengip;pedcr t scus isernuwýs4, Comi~ngifixiures will ) ;usccsivcd ups dli Wcdne3d eeje TI~ 4 J: tsc1i z-s'FOOTBALjsisb %.f10ý'SCR.1Yli.1ýV[LI :illAlt50l\'1s:5171111 'Theeetlirn match' blctwccn thdsc chus, wl stokctl forwirsi ato with gcct irtintces t peciaily famndnigs)thcs4 s iilizims;indn suppltitcrsn ruf. aiccoutiloftlie lurst S~natch bcins'of hich a v in nature 'i' A mn "the ct thtijw hithe siumnstfcasm ,(\ViII irstoi~ n) had lcii cozisidcrihly strength? c nciicc`,thv ectin. On thuis toccsion Ihe stron'~cst tcmWlim i aeha ti 'Silo 1 c. it v'f .unst tie locals;ý o u'Iu In sI. meuhtiopul lui5C1 Iojs utihY: guO(t I 1 uCu "uunceiithe .lasts sschlu luetwecu t~si -clule, V)Wuhtuuuustouu us ncl detIj in, the r~lui tuuuuu Ulllirick, ,ntidi-olierts thc teornuctr eng of; senuor%11fii?'1 hosrt fue nisi!thu.an Initu us QOC of thclIoouscsri 'sllatc dueserters;iland ? ort...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. Earl Russell. PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

ill D, T.NJ.I.VEDfU'SrAlh-b. EN WWI jz lf j In. I. ooh z ri!Xn iogr1 R usael.fj' : )ii rd 8 { cIf t.,wufijri : .rtj~i b It~ie1.r.rý ii;. ý.) qiof0I'b CrdcenRusselI ý s me ther "o;ce of 1e:Soir1gn ScrI t f enderi~,'fl~ fof tr i-lot SecoftCmmon InSJ S854 "e brought, forwaidanerite Reform .tate of the count'ry, and th ,disinclina tionof Parliament to deal iith' ii1y 0n - litical reforni 'm'asures fldriing'the, lr, secution 'o ti Criaiean sar, Russell 'iascompnellcd to !abandon it rfor'fi' present tinse.:! During theb'year he a appointed l as Commissioier. to tie Vienna Congress.., So strongly did-he :recommend peace, that the inpop1ilarity 'incurred ith}reb'led"t'' his'i`isriation. The :.national, wsarlike instincts.wyer" running high;, and, aniydnde wo reconi" ni~iidedra pl61ib;k f i)pcacd:d licoun?r" .. t'.. . 1 1; It '< , 'PV t i t 1? 2:I.Y , !:, '? '1 s , i . . . . r l. poiseC as sure to Incur unpopularity.. Inj s859,Jon1: thecwformnationi of the second 1aliherst'h'adini...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEVER ENTER A TRAIN WHILST IN MOTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

I.NE VER ENTER ' TRAIN. WlJiST .I b \I:..,ýI?; ' MOTION, TO TlIt IRliti oi: '.T E I'SIIEI'N EN 'rT.F' SI-This 'caution is of coiiiuc almust us neiea"r- 'to ':hec orldnarily pirudentt railway travellcr, either n tihis or Ihe old country, hut that' it' 'ibgleceit y'telie?iitre 'hiipelklidus and reniiiiricint*.'atlnillngit!- uk '.na ie aittendel liy chiileieici'e , If. noti ireful' thelii irdver~e of Ilcasanit, I think lie, following, iieciclute may tend: to! illustrate: -Some time ago I had iw. chasiRi'to ifiake the overland trip betwccn San Fi:'rici.i? 'iitkNi York' At the litime I .eak of it wva, :nt the customi on either tlidUlnion ,r CentralPacific railrfoils.to affix< di ing cars to their trainsiitlhoise lIxirious nnil onivcnientt ri rllinig restaurants" ltinigalp merietlyre..erved fir!tlihe iiore faitorldtl vir'a.'r on the lines fir thdr 'ast--liut in lieu of having the privilege of lieing ablde tdo fed alboard, the trains, Iessides the'iisual stioppagtes' at've'ry ie...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ASPHALT, AND HOW TO GET IT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

ASPHALT, 'AND iHbW'Oir T IT.' i'TOrTIs fIITOR or THE IZNDEPENDENT. , S .?i,-It would ill becqme me.to found an argument on mere abuse of Councillors be. cause mud reigns supreme throughout Footsl ,cry.' It,as. more, thanwithin the bounds of proliability that if I were a member of the local Ilegilature I should be prepared to pee through the same spectacles the present state of finan. cial chaos, and, no immediate. ray of light to illsmiine.the situation. I have no hesitation in stating that our Borough fathers.,iave done. their dtty,,according to the dictates of their corisciences,, and; that our condition now is causedby the actions of. their predecessors in thediii past. But as Shakespeare truly avers -"The evil that men do lhves after them; the good is oft interred with ther.l ones." So it falls out that'Footsciy is suffering a recovery froL 'wasted funds,' iathy,' and misplaaed energy.. Thus we reap th e vithamen have don? BUt, Sirther n.reto iwhy a rate. payrTnm3ay:noitmake-u l...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cullings and Cogitations. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

:r ullings.iand :..Cogitationis. . lya Plum. . ! i , While mnlet -and lpoitinot Illats friend;i swarm? in , ah1 n1ne ; ,n tii e a? need ?L' h le?r iteS' -If e'i 'haipp- it~nvb o ~ a frientl' itl Is neeil, but itore trul'haplpy he who has' no need of his friend. d?. ," h-llope is a powerfulinftluence for-goil. it inspirc. all to courageous efllrt, it can ibecatclli the motive tiawer of all etndeavours. of inpimv. nent of the waorhis progress, if hope were to hlidulur, exerinll of every kind would soon c?a... ` 1 IAn .\Im:uotrdlied rutltl)rat" Iunend .\vres aced one'hutdlredl tiars hier life has been a. very eventful ,one. .Since she was twenlty ~ar.s old she had been an enrolled memibr' of a cavalry regiment with its dashing uniform and enlormous splurs, she - hadl seven hlisblands s.elected ronl the regimnent to .whiie she i?dlonged, all .6flo l?rhtlti beftore tler. The land at lnh-Clutlha (O)tago) aPlica.rs to le ivonderrully rich, producing an average oI sixty mushles.of whieat t ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

News in Brief. Th2rewa.ia clean sheet at the local police coart Tait Thursday mortiing. t"l ,le:iTi.?till rigng in Cairo, anal oe not asppear to decre~sM ) virulence. - s STh Treasurer es~imnates the revente IGor 1883-.- at £6,o57,572 aý yet there is not a ril cent available for new-works. It appears there will ie a contest for the local Auditorship of the Borough as in another place Mr.Barr announces hiscandidtturFy' The Ex :els ortaotl u BeClrah ed with the Oronbko Minstrels to give an enter tainment-in-the-.Royal-Hall.th ttltttt, August 27th. Mf W. M. Clark has given notice of his in tention "to ask the Premier if he will pon nn-inspectr'-fortohe -t lrT IM - t administer that portion of the Bakers' and Miller,' Statute 186,, relating to likers and It:i)in br fad." ' . , An effort will e made by Mr W.. ar ito hat; airYangeihnt foy riecliljnefi/the West .MNlbdr n n s-? aml Inserted in the HarTor, "'rn i mndn n g A ct. o i : A c " *T .T:e--e)v yeigh rjdge erected by Messrs. Blth, Ir...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

; TOrs Et'l ot OP rEe TE I DEPENI?DET. , -ý wasr a oready,c 'ntint of t 'e fact lituit twan left 'it: fatini 'journal to infin, hie -Iht nFfriel le: l cli w .c fa'tjl g'eniu,-and dl)i.'iyed i.6 mininet p114C'r S.thli tic ]ien as he (lot.- orally,. I also, Iu en,rv td, h c I r n j l:;tiri .eiitlar, seeing' hle jitotui?(rteetk io eprltfuely, 'as titiness his lquotailon of llpha atnd otlmega, which I will .interpret fr your unlettered ricadrt as meaning " the It.?inning and the end." Theie Councillor: of Tur, have annoyed hinll :nichLwttw. . Ity l)o Idoing have made a eoi; r fiSr ihF not Iitcka: 1: itp ii a; ratepaver, strongly adivia tie s ittt llnl Ievtr to disputle ty chargcsi made against them h}y . formidable an oppolnentll a the ma11111 whio lis paid ,o Imuich in rates, anti has nlll andl Ilorese too numerous to moentin, to. liok after, andi who has done the Ilet channelling izn the itorough at so low a figure. I diare late the Council have actcld t:n?u.?tl int nott paing tlle pa...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

# r.. iO/r."respbhdenceg ! u; -4--- : \\'hilrt invitin; comnuniwatiop+:lu ul !t-:w: nnon1 J tall lIuri?: q ut jthbcM intet: `t ,irus'a , Iuprum c-' fury' will ant~th.' id. tit j° , h~d thun cld.. resra!)L ila fur the upinion; ta prrr· 1. ' Ii rru~r' ýidpruh'rc;. o. thle enter In·,u Ir oat ritii'each 4 stter auguwca a: ft good faith;[ but the'cditto " etiQd uu foa Ecyn~gýCýrti '!bJ ({:. "I. i ;1 'H uaAOROUOii STO"rtit £lTOR OF ThIIE t.t)EptrNt)kYT..1 t StIKI-J! " casC has-brensettled at lasl ait otcarI} time too. For 'the last year 'rihj v b cta askingfor a t;!clintt intl' a1o o sttt a lawfer'u letter deiadi'ng pqynetn of toi»y cx. .plcpsa. ..ijiihe r. the solicitor o~ myself. eycer m-ldll-of ast month, as' can be prod by reference tq ihe:Councilts-ketier liooa' ithen paying my rates (?lz {3 3d) in Julie Iucat; I the case of Soliomlon V, the Iorough Counl. He said he oenul not do so, and that I'hnl betfPlialf'tbthel Council, I wsrate a oltcr tthena, el itias decided, on the imotlon o...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bread. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

"THEREiare informers and ijformers- ien who perform theuifiipledsant duty hn the ihterestiof! tliehpublic'and others who?pounce upon the dfiriW?y for-the greed of gain. -The-latter are nearly always objects(of repugnance, and de servedly so, for there is something loath some to honorable minds about the inr dividual who tries in-a mannerito ?t?.ýgp others within the 'pale of .t&he ifaný,lh he..may. fatten. on hepenalties. Had the person who figured so conspicuously inthe local CoUrton. o dava bled fourteen victims, sued those people for seilhiig -ligt iiei bread, we w u- - have.said all honor toi un qr 'ne think it a most rascally offence, and one that should be.visited with much Iseverer punislisent than is at present, meietedj out'. -There can be nothing more avar icious, cowardly, or contemptible than cheating:irttlielitor "'wido' ,. -r. the .struggling toiler out of ta ?ew ounces from e- ver)loif they i Work. so earn, and thef citizen, whether ii a pub lic or private cap...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1883. Municipal Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

3-t~ SONWARI) ANDI L P A~IRD. :. Fi 'OOTsci-,i;V;ATUSr ,I;Ui.tiIJ , I'28, i83.o ; Muzicipal'Candidaites-.' :·{ ..'-^^ .. ' zj j flL 'J :ITis-a-niatter-fork-surprise, and by noi means for congratulation, that tlejpubl, lic spiritiof1~:the-,burgesses. seems .so much affected by the: cold weatherr'is to cause ,quite a paucity of candidates fo;r municipil lionorSat' tiihforthcqming elections. .:It. is alwaysa good sign healthy piblic feeling :heh tirwrm and li v=el* interesýt'is'taken'i such' contest: offer their; services, or are, induced by their fellow-burgesses todevote :theii bbusiness 'capailities 'to'the' superlinnd enice 'of the ffairs bf the 'Borough.: It. is:no small ;honor to. be. thus.selected, but it'does'appear that in despite df thie numerfous 'aid' 6loi'd '6pliintsii ade anid so persistently)rehieated o1 neglect. on the part of presenti ounculors, that. 'afterall there; cair be lbut little actual reason 'forreiarkM, ?when' so! few nwh men ;comeforwardi,to,affordthie bppo...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Important Case. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

4.t le" Williatstoi nco rt, . lstiui, btefqre i We1o.WSf.i ndl- .tark'' s' e6:" ,,fayg r, of the l.itre TavcrneMellourne, waý. 4uninloqet, fobr that io the 25th" of April,'t' \V eil),,bug g lceise 4 pultlican1, and hold-( fngj tcntpbrary liceriso Af the 44 l qf'liluor .at the coursing4n!eeting t.tWerril,,h,.l didl. selt0 li , .it-the,? ' lr9 lc_!i- U ti epro U-trl mt:. iig& : WlIellyn O'Lhlenaiihtn ppeiared sustain the cbmplaintt anil M(r Off)y for the .4 Uienig Mas- ir Uri o YLAhle1 'atid that.it would be proved lthat defedndant had hinded the license over to a nman named Wall, Wiho had F 'lg e ho B?a, su'fiialil' to oltain alicenlei .I "' Slefore going n olhe case, MriDuffyrgell hiat the name of'the informant, (Constable .I[c;?(djz[i')l 'ot ( a?,Si ipng lid the' nsiisnns ti?s fqtql, is it 'iidi q'siq?q 14 t pe'r i6ns naime 6.heihai 1iteai 1Al64 ,liiLvwgil, i , i f ý'*l he ufi tion was over-rultedit >*I,, i..'T-: 'r ruiv, trhe first iitness called wa.s Consitable .McKent...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 28 July 1883

, theli week endin ii4th Jily.ni tis , .;i: 'No dOlpos'i io.\.There will lie no, election for seats in the'. BraylhrMok, Shir.z.Counciilias the three retiring Councillors, "Messrs Dickson, SAMannifigihid :lFaragher, have lieii rreturned unopposed. Mr-David , ula-.'ý - .hlas lo en elected' .au ior thiere eing no other noiiiia CGAS.-The tsvelfth orilinary gneral nmeeting of the local Gas .Companv will?,be held at the SMec~lh'aii Idsitituie on I riday e-veing next,. vwhen the directors will'recommdnnid a dividend of eight per cent. The company is in a pros i perous conidilbia~nfid'thici 'te'?i anmongst the lowest in the colony. * j,s i' 8 : !;'VA'ST -SUiPl.lrtcii \''.ldirect stittenlin I to an advertisement of. Mr Rippons, iwih hli?f iistrted lilisness iri'lootsray ao a professional grlrdener,etc.) He;has openel a shoj- at the corner of Buckler antd Albert streets, for the S'sale of plants andtseedsif'''f'evi' descrulion, .andt our local young men will alsoI hbe ailetl't oltin 'Iou?qie...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 4 August 1883

ROUNDTHE =WORLD: b . th Pullnn .Raily Carl Man. ufactr.. g ther d/ie pidatil horels ) ?? ?t numbers, but, of lrse hiae greaton the 8thfarchlls b the Michigan Central and Great Wester Ralilghly e route for Niagara; distant only fifteen mites The town is owned' anod "principally composed; by the PullmanRailway Cart Maoofacturing Co. As; usual at all show places in America, there are palatiat hotels in' .i.t. numbers; but .of course the great attraction is` the falls. j At first sieht I must own that we were slightly. disappointed-our expectations, perhaps,nhad, been too highly excited, and;itd alhes a little time before the grandeur of the scene is fully appreciated:' We had to go .tp to the rapids and see the ast quat'ity,ofwaterushing down over its bed, a mile inwidth, and then go down to the falls' to mark its immense volume dash-, ing over the precipice 164,feetdeep, toobserve tle 'almost unbroken sheet of water like an' im mense wall thiindering into the depths, before the mind r...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 4 August 1883

----~ - usimee Addresses. iBy Appointment to the Marquis of Normanby MRS. E. BARKER, :PO;' .R.KO · BBUTO H"E IR, Of il ELIZABETH STREET, Has opened a Branch Establishment in COLLINS STREET, L ;.~ Near the Spencer Street Railway. Station. Small goods of every descriptionalways on hand. H U L M E, (Late Nicoll, the Tailor). FirostClass ?ENGLISH; FOREIGN. and COLONIAL .TWEEDS, .and COATINGS alwaysron hand. P.ices Moderate. . Satisfaction Guaranteed. Address-ios.ELIZABETH STREET, Opposite Long & Co., Ironmongers. J? . M. BARR, VALUER, LA N D, ESTATE, AND :.Y '- lNicholson Street" i1 : :-. FootBoray.: ., ' :jJ. M. B. having made arrangements with the Proprietory of the Indepnstenis, 1: J. iinow'ia position to inform the' ' SPublic that :In order to offer every facility for both' SSellers arid Buyers,: .',ANY.-PROPERTIES PLACED' IN HIS .- -HANDS - FOR SALE WILL-BE ! ADVERTISED IN HIS LIST, ' : AND 'THE UTMOST - i ri*. PUBLICITY GIVEN. * No ::Charge being made for : ADVERTISING, no...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY V. NORMANBY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 4 August 1883

-4---( ? -hesý clus.metat't Footscray last Saturday aftrnoo6n, the liwer'end 6f tlie'ilaý ing. space be n very wet, and.during.the progress:of the gam somejshowerst ow f es;jf"", t makingl the ground and.balt im a. very greasy condi. kickedlttitiards the:DiDroofi'steet tidlwivith !a light breeze, and during the firsthalf.ofIthe game kicked. I goa8 behinds to the ?isi or's SBeind." This wasa, great .surprise toid the' i,.;er men.., us .they expected notriing._es.,mn "inclealhatiway, until the(.fean was'mustercd. and. it was found that ,one :ofthe strongest' teams that has. been out fron .this club :this season was the unusual news., (A great' iiiy'it as not the casei the previous Saturdit) The ade a grat rish d scored 4 behinds in suc cession .though none of them "were shotsi for goal. The gamne ended in i decided 'win for FootScray by one goal: ten behinds rto Tfiv hh~n ^ * - . , . * . "Theball was startei d off ai t abot 3:b inthe. middlbof "a,sni rt'sho;ve-r a'rain - and thd'loeia...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 4 August 1883

R OYAL HALL, fl ARK \Y TIZt'FT. The above llilifh1`l lS e C g n alit on any cvcning Ofl Lge(iiles, F1 ! ciin ;s, banils, Spcdh1>, c. 1hc Lodlge lroum o us~rtirs is nloto lip "bad I7t q very ran'ionanh" f "ur. $'of furtb iifpfrorntpn appi ly to MA; M tKS aJbI %~Pa RoyaI BUildings, IBrkly Street. IS: Educational: OOTSCR'AY- SCHOOL OF -ARTS. " Qih iar- iF'ommenccs~uly ·6th. buhascriputions 2 6d. per quartcri ,Cluses emeet every Friruy 7.30 p:L' .' :' .Drawin taught' in alt its lrnnehes ad'T'IE ics I OTs SCRAVMflcarsi IN -~j ·ii'STLT~iLEd(I VRE'fZi~ 'RIEAhDINC.1 Opec n eserIYa tt1 utg. fo1 " ll l to dJiuy bV&ady mz Ilut SdPieces bi r : ý .i~~.;~jir n e FI E`6 Jhhriiuls uh fm~ biannes on the N1>le :f. I tu-u'ty iil: md ,. 1)Lmat:irr+.ssi, ýryAIi .1 Scho n(7 d 'ry t rralay"ýv TT!Y. ,___________ 1,15 co i r.u i r fr .,"ýf l' e ti zi,ý 'B ANK'KSTElLET E-MElJLD) IIILL. "+v :".!lt ,:-' ".,;ci11Ir,'.' Xll -1: 1i>:l"l"n:n: ?.l- ; ;) l!ijCtlc A?l : THOMAS: rIA'LMIR;Vi, l A, tuJo...

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Cullings and Cogitations. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 4 August 1883

a "l?rgl:iar tragipi" in the shipe"of ,n'electric mat;, ,which; instead oft 'ringing'the alaarm, turns:on the fulf glare of the electric light aond at the same time exposes a plate in, a camera ;readyto take daninstantaneous pcture, so'that though the' burglari may 'take 'io' flight he will have left !his portrait behin;d. ::: .. i!Chicago is called !. the wickedest'city, in the world.',', 7During the last twentysix,months no fercir than sixty-nine , murders ha:'e .been 'cmliitted beside's' thier cases"ivhich"'wre called justifiable homicide. Only oneh murderer hhs suffered:.the extreme !penalty of. the diw, about a fourth were iniprisoned for short .terms, another fourthi'erei letloose on societii seven ''iiiiaiti idnaptiierl aihd' sveiin diedl of their twoundstor 'csiem itmtedsuicide .- Chicago is' in' a most demoralized.condition and given, u to drunkenness, andj-vice; the respectable citizens are maniking strenuous efforts to rescue tliecity froiithec:ontrol of the disorderly cl...

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Lodge Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 4 August 1883

CoURT RIsrNG ;SU'N, A: O. .Monday;! 6th August, Belgravia Hotel, at. 8 p.m.--A. ~P. Mitchell, secretary,. Eriol street IvyvLODGE,"U.A.O.D.N o'oSo. - lTontayd '6th ,August, Exchainge Hotel, at 8 p.m. -° Eiu Hl eilbgseclretary. ,...t'.e teresZ AIArTEUR 1PARiLiAstar.-E very Monday at M echanics'. Instititte, at 8 p:m.+ Mr. 'D. Va irren, secretary, Whitehiallstreert f , Ail LOYAL ORA-GE.. INSTTiTUTON . 1. T.uesday, 7th August, at Lodge Reom, Royal. Hall, at 8 p.m. PReSBYTERIAN CHIURCit MUTUAL I~PRO1VE tE: NIEST ýA:sSOCIATIOcý -Tuesdat: Evsening. August 7th, at Presyt.eriaiChurchYestry, at Ros OF AiRRVILLE, G U. 0 0. F eet 'at the'Church oE;ifEngland"Schoolroom,' .-arirville,` on. Wednesday Auiatt8th," at' 8 p.m.-J. -I- , -e r.,-.% + LOYAL FOOSCRA .' LoiE,; M. U.I.0.O0.F. r : No. 563i.. 1ondiay,' Augt stz1 3th;,. it -Lodec Roita Royal 'tHll 'at 8 m'nt Y ".r:' CRows `o Success. Lotci- ; U':U';OOI'" '-Monda y'?Iuust i+3t : N'ti.ulga?' Hotel; Geo F Suhrl i '-'eieLeeda street: August-,'Royui...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 4 August 1883

;ELECTION- NOTICES ?=;' :MROOTSCRAY BOROUGH' ELECTION. T NORTH WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, M term of office as Councillor for 'the above Ward having expired, I beg to offer` renewal of my Services. Should. - ;youtagain favor me with yqu & ce? I' shall use my best endeavors to promote - the-interests of the Borough, and the NorthWard in particular. _ E Faithfully yours, ARCHIBALD BURROWS ". J t ts'j).6th Jolt', 1883., 7 ,°s Gentlemen desirous of forming Committees' to'secure the return of Mr. A. Burrows (the retiring Councillor) will please meet at W. Doherty's Plough Inn this evening at Eight o'clock ; and at Mrs. Fernandez; C HurtHouse .t1, on Monday evening.4t'i ight 'clcbk SIrequested by a niumber of residents in the nl.ard,;to contest the seat, who consider my. exppeinl exprience as a corntricor &c., 4il beof servicein the Council,t lbeg tostate thit I have consented to do so against all comers. . nghA nihe South.W.ard: f' - . - Faithfullyyours, GEORGE TRUMA. Mar...

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THE LOOKOUT. "Look out down there, for I'm about to shoot."— YANKEE POET. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 4 August 1883

^^THE LOOKOUT. ann M¶Loo ooufflown t orcforI'nlutoshol; Hiumane Society diiscilsed ii' theirelort of; awards madeifor1 sain ife isnaff rr of &inesufof:' individt'lli bive'''wf Society should be, iand dbultless are, lirized 'st ione ofi thi icbblest'i'honors p6ssible to beb obtaiied. I'l'he 'dcbi-ora-' tibns: of; a't/successfulT!i?'rwri6or: mehan ahimongst other things; :tltlie h'as beedin instrumental: in sending hurriedlyotiitfo: the .wirld a very large-,numbeir,ofdhudian' b'eings,,cirearcdiat .inmienses;cost;. and eclhthe centre ,of some circle of.duties andaffections,; the.destruction iof'wlich involves mijeri and in§oinie, cases abiso lute death tootiler; inn(ocnt~y.ictimns uhe Ismane1 Society' shonors a'iry. with them an- idcaof.a totally different those of others, depend,, i.ith allthep uh forse :c'aipabilities of efi tl'savedQ onefot good to others or ,theor of an incipient? ;*iovatrdWlerforce;: Jenner, Harvey, Florence Nightingale. or Mrs Fry being saved from drownin...

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