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THE MISSING BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

THE MISSING BOAT.; SThe fishcr'sbatl is on the sea, SThe fishlir's wifeis on the sh6re i-ler gaze'is hxdl, and sad to see, S-With anxious thoughti.her bosom's ore- , 'Fobr why?=--The tempest pgqowwapace ;i : - 4-The waves in triuTpi 'leap aid roar; ;The spra, cones shore-wird blindingly; iThp sa in, torets down cloth pour. . .So heedsnot how the storm may rage.. ;Against her frail and tender form;, DBut lasps her iabe close to her breast AAnd prays to Hiin whoirules theii torni' -She prays that that frail tiiy boat,'" - ;* Tho .missing long may not be lost- . I :: '.-~ For it her infant's father bore-. . For it she trays though terror toS'A, : It cannot be ! It cannot be ! Hope wiiispers in her inmost core. Ho will come back rightspeedily: i. And clasp and kiss us as before..; ; -il My soul will once mfore gladdined be' As leaps his light bark o'er,the wave; :, And sure my heart cxultantlyý.'?-Y0s fiJ4 Will sing aloud His power tosa e. ,:I CLARENCE LINDEN', Railway Place, i5th Augus...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

T OTSOSC AHOOL EC ITS S,.ANI DESIGN.-A nE z w Quarter'comiiienceil~on i l' 6t11 ` TITUTEg rN DTREE ?~READ ING SEMRSCRI CiPTi' ?, .6d1)QT sE?R' S ekl ,td andIlluse ted IpesS bie en Th lnilibra coi'ntaunis osoo volumes Literay andDebating Class esery Mn onday.t SOUTH " MELBOURNE } COLLEGE, BANK '-STREET, EMERALD HILL.L ;' 'irciPA WTHOAS3 PPALMEPi ..", ilonorman ; f Melboiirn University: Honoi'. imani, andTrainedl Teacher of" Edriiction t.De firtiei t late Seiibri la ister of Carlton Mr T KI~ ose.A s---Elocution Master.:" Sfrm ntlhe Emerald lull jRailivay o Staton, ,i-iand onlyae twenity miiniiteswalk romt.pincr Streetl- The rooms are laige andil thoroughly setilte;ii and 'thie playgroti n: ?m large and .: It will be v Ue im of the irinciiat to give pupils 'Tthoroughly SOUND ENGLISH :-,EDUCATION; Snid at the'same time to' lpre : Ipaie themior the University Exaninations oand Sfor. other Mercantile Pi rsuits.·:i : i .'-:. " a:; MATRICULATION e CLASS is at woekl. ::for the COMING DECEiMB...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Selected and Original Poetry. THE HIDDEN CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

Selectdii nd Origsnn Ioetry: 4 iTHF E HIDDtENi CROSS-: '.r-' It wasa time of sadness.:and my heart, Although it knewrind loved the better part'u Felt wearied with the conflict and the 'strife, And all the needful discipline of life. And when I thought .of these'as given to ine, My trial-tests of faith and love to be, It seemed as if I never could he sure ':' That faithfdul to the end I should endure.': And then no longer trusting to Hismight Who says ".we walk by faith and not by sight,' Doubting, and almost yielding to despair, The thought arose, my cross I cannot bear. Far heavier its weight'must surely be.' ' Than those of others that' Idaily see. Oh if I might'some 'other burden choose Methinks I should not fear my crown to lose. A solemn silence reigned on all around; E'en nature's voices uttered not a sound ; The evening shadows seemed of peace to tell, And sleep upon my wearied spirit fell. A moments 'pause,'and then aheavenly light Burst fulliupon my wondering raptured sight...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1883. The Civil Service Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

f ONWARD AND UPWARD",' , FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1883 ' '"The Civil Service Bill : T'HE nds proposed. to be. attained: by MrIService's Civil Service Billi resuili? as -will commend " theniselves It6 Ithe, eobd's'ense: of ~thV e entire??' unit 'disiess ided,_imay1sbe, some, 'vjdualsjwho '~sn,-Amerscaniparla~cc,. hav'an axe torin 'T'oabolish all' political p atronage, ad to secureti '-'election tof? .h!fittestpersonsfor ap pointmniittdo thel services as.wellas pro: viding thatiiierit and attention to duty shall ensured promotion '"and i?iincr-eent in due course, and -that -if ,otherwise capable officers :need. not ,b'e under the apprehension that some favored Icurled darliiig" slial be'foisted into the lDepart-, merint over tlie hliad.s .ofmiiin hio: had earned :the. iright of, promotion:.;i In each :and - all :oft these: particulars tlhe Bill will be a great iipiroyvenent ;'n the preseint' order 'of things. :Miibers of, Piarliamnent and 1Ministers of the Crowvn have reason'.t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Volunteering at the Cape. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

Volunteering at the Cape. ( On one fine day, on March, '78, I found mly self on board the Union Co's. S.S. Nubian. bound for Port Elizabeth, South Africa; The finding of myself there wfas not particularly astonishing, ;,as? Is was. thoroughly accustouerd in those days to discover myself .n hoard?of vessels bound any .nd e'er'ywlre. I wqs o11t µf a < a Irequently antand' almost " t t . f Flula--geneiallyithe? cias =and: tlj?fl'ro it niaynaturally be supposed thatImy, spirits were not of the most buoyant lescriptn??. I had but recently arrived in London, from. New York,- after having completed a, most chequered'and eventfl; though sadly unremun erative trip through Australia and New Zealand. Being, so to speak, ',on the wallaby, I hailed. with satisfaction the news that in South Africa, volunlteers were .being: enrolled asTfast?as (lipy could get them. . . i These preparatory repsp a I cctsidei to iG bhoth necessary ýgr~"' ?ficip9t Thg gun . to Algo; llt: wv,, q shli ippng ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

M;. E:,T- 1 ABLE; 1S I . t '" WEEK.,AYS.'1 ii YARRAVILLE "1, 'MELIIOURNEl 'ý irMELBOURNEU'; a ; * ,,? i, .- n , s ,- . ... p,+,. - , '' jb \- i~l :,5Si.rair ",il3 .I :<;iMs ls. 55'B,' . ]6' a .i6.t KI m." m., i s t'M , .m. 1 'l; I ,4 -t 5'-39 i- . 6? 1 )1 d26 3 jb ) a55 i66., 6. M9 S59 , 45 i~30a '1 1 ) i.' 9 744 59 3 '78 f jca a I 4l4 1 -9.2 3 1i 3 8:4'5, . it, 'i ., *. +il4,..oi ,"3 ,« ; .,,+ a,, ,,o,.ll,+ .y 9 ..14. 9 1 9 *1 1 n3; r164 44 ov ,a1a,9 * 3t, ..3 ? 4? + l.aa.* 1 , 4l* 9 -t4-r s s ' ,t3 5 q30 il , J141 * 4 '" a.3 9' 4*.. 4 ,,Ii:1! 31?.S o 3 3.:4i'3l+ 3.''44' '-3'? . '.i.l, - 5*ilSi i| r-++' **l, '3 -4 ,3a : ;'4'414 » 4'l 4 '4' 1;. . . 3'. . 54S, 4 5, -? S31' 5. 4* !,i, T ,+?ia 1 ) l7 - 17 3°h [6 it . 6 44 'im ;V913 ++a :l ' P 42 - :il .2. Sio .. * 3..'', 7 .) , 7 19r. 1 . d . T S9 comi. Ig5*', 1 34)[ ;Fi s?t7t 94l , - ) - igl ,i . fold; 1 Se3 n , i .45 J.1 ,:' i, 1s9i II, l, dS 4, 1 9 14 ''4''i ?l1 Hi" ' . '. ': l.O 4 * . -,4 .Io1,3 *'141. , r 15li *,3 ***j....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

II I": I f =tY ,nii· 1 ,.2 ji mu. .(~ Z* i iY t~x G~lIINSUR'AN@':E'L'rOýIP: '11;r~ l - .n jn1qaI~--,r lll~frtin.r1Lzuf- at~l*i qd, I 'df oIhrtnahfIon'LhENR~uIuI tpR ~ - mu linridW .M Cr"l{ t » = 'Ij..1'TFIRIE;tMA1LON 21AT MUT A.-ndI!TEIIt Ns'ji * ~p~,1.r~rzrs IVIDE Will l; ý, iUA"AijEE:,ULO NCiSti1f ACCEIiTi:b AT ou ' lOW EST Co IITRAE OI j Esiiiii&'lfl P- r]s2 ectuscs, forms of prop"osal, · and . ' inl '~irdiwii: u1 iiýb.di j~l-9frdSi~i"i''1a E±L' . 3 . ,,ý itli a t si t S r ri1 ii c"·'1 "jb ?I'A?SOR~N¶C _SC CVW~Sni ?; _;nt rrrjr, tt ) F jci tsr.,iir,.1 l:t MUTUWL L!TFE'ASStURANCE. tNIVDO\1V -Jr -Ml Iino ';Ii)nPIP iNC~iPAiPOi'Irci:: :^. -, d 14" 34& 'S6SOLLINS'STE WESTi,-ieibotrncr ·Ii~`nth f. Sar4bGecue~elnucs M nl: Thu 11c:?isOr· .IctS,1N iili d aL'Ls ' 51, LONIiit ,L 1 11 11i 5,.Iiiructscs4;,.lr T F. E. i iicr11 don ri te! C" Misnhhn : c ii' 2 7-p :"T tr11t'^+ ~i t~icp- relidcnts! r ,i ,.tirI 1,4' ,,' , Iias l onla m ubru-Mu~ný"oib ];P.! u 5mdu. ,, 1ii - 1,; .t T...

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Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

(rSp. ort n g~·· S uRtirs-bf rLck. L Finillxtll ,od la nre r..o uC1 t, ,ito tend tlo.ir oportO or Loot Sattrdatys mtdto sntot `"'`"Oler thn'it sla. ,vcini in' onhrftc) secure uurin' (rinfxratl, 'rrccivrt o iii =ltt i . yooooogo ooto(to

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DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. Leon Gambetta. PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

:"D'IST'NGUdUISI i.'ATE4MT N. L L Leod& ambett& " " PART 11i Si, SUDDEN asi ' was' hsilier sc o f Gambett t ipoer,-ihis influencev7asbof nomsinhs -room growth.ilt-:wnsas .ofea p1erimaneni characterirand shliowed no-sign iofoi'aha ing atfny.subselqueint period-of his life. iYeari byj:year :ihis influence ihncreased :and at theJ iomnnti 6fhis deathiitimay safely. be.said,ýthat he vas tle greates.t :man :iniFririce! During the elections o6f- 87;zi,%when 4a;National, Assembly by sa decree :rto haveit coristructed on exclusivcly- repiiblicarinlinies, by, direct ing ?that ino "oflicial., of; the Second Empireishould take part in the election. JHis:attempts were foiled by the cancel lation of the decree at the instigation of ilismarck.. W hliilst, representing;: Paris his political action was gradually becoim-, ing .more noiderates:i The:Gambetta'6f 1870, freslifrom tlieca'mipaigns against Napolen. III andr Russian would ilardly' be recognised sin, the: piolitician,~hllo sp...

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"OUR HARRY." A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. CHAPTER XXII. "The heart that can feel for another." [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

S""O'UR W'AH RR Y A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. : B, J. Mlt. -. CHIAPTER XXI '' - "T'hie" heri that ne feeltfor aiotlier." "?-.. :iMr. Silas., Treloar: probably enjoyed thl t Sunday. and its excrcises as well as any other.: l-[e took part in.the services, and in the after meetinig:prayed: with peculiar nnction for.nil milank md conditions ofniien a?nd sp'cially for the "widder and the fatherless, that (s m'igh lend themian i"lpint 'ani haid ' illfi"Art.n As.thesh gihttes of speech, ?wgbpt t~s oSly articles wliil r s .ver known to iil aqd ib. tlisipn and allud ded to was the aoldest, clammiest," and most fishy that ever was supposed to be shake: by any one and might have been used as a pumpli handle. for a week without y'ringing anything out of it., In view of all hese facts it is not surprising that his: special.," piteshun ". should c only .have elicited, a: dismal sort! of! a- groan from .his auditors, many of !whom -knew exactly how much itnmeant by.bitter.experience. :.. . - Mr. Trelo...

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THE LOOKOUT. " Look out down there, for I'm about to shoot." YANKEE POET. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

THEi' ii;OKOUTT. S','Look out down there,:for I' about to shoot" YANKEE POET. From the ce idence given at the Williamiistown; Court: on :'Tuesday, in favor, of thelunfortunate seamen prose cuted byitliemaster of the : Macduff,'! it' 'would .appear that the 'o61d b"reed of siea miartinets is not yet extinct, anim thht thelmaster has, still the power to make it very hot forl the men. Fie on the laws -that, allow such things to exist' and 'give 'one, human being the authority :to torture and degrade his fellow-creatures. There:is a provrb 'to the l'ffet'that evil-disposed cons' have shiort ':horns; , dii no doubt it ipplies to" ai great ecxtent on terra firma, as the' 'shiore'"iiiister who w?ould i-attempiif to keep men cooped up without food or waier, would in all probability find him self in a condition that his best friends! wduld: hardly' know ,him. . n thi : býlUei-.efresh.and:he ever dree, it is. altogether diffetent. Poor Jack is sup posed to have a heart of stone, under-: neath...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

- 'orrespoqen ce. Oy0 T I TO 0F & I ENI)ENT$)Ew Sli,-In yonrisssucraf-the"lth is an account of:th lectute if i" Brothet 'onithaH'"L,. T 1 4thIt ;i::' ntia:ots'.:'- ith'Oinar'k'able day during which America was in total darkness.' SWill the lecturer le kind enough tosaylhiro?gh :the Indefrndent, if it was caused by an eclipse, and if not, what did science'attribute it to? -Respectfully yours, '' . SUB. We havuenoimcantof communicating witl the rev. icturer, a:nd are not aware that the phenomenrisn to which he referred was ever .accounted for by scientists.-Eu. .]. n1-;w. 4 ______

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cullings and Cogitations. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

Cullings -aind:Oogitations.: - By La Pluige. Sir William Th6mps8nascribes six senses to man instead of five, namely-sense of force, of heat,] of sound, of light, of iaste, of smell. I t The Due de Morny's definition, of polte Wvith interest to things hlie knpivs'llt zabout, wlien they'are tbldl by atperson wlrSi knows nothing about thlipm .,,.. . :t i : .. iiaefolldwiig conies from an old `itimber of an-,Essex, piper:A Aiwidows mniarriedi a young minl and h ler 0datighter-in-law rmairrlied his father. By the widow's marriagewith the`isti she becamee her,.husbatd.s grandmother, con seqi?ent y gre3it-gralndmother to ason the fruits f this miiarilage. N;,?,;as thihe son of a great grandmother must ibe a grandfather or great tniicle' this bby muist:be his own grandfather. Colour blindness has leveloped ai uiew ciccch tricity. ,.Iaiiipears that somne pcolille can dis=: tinguish! colours .perfectly up, to certain, dis tance, but beyond that a, ed liglit cannot be distinguislisbd froim whi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

.t. 1t' S I?TERIANt ,CHURCil t i MUTIUAnIt .3tt PROI ER Et' t. SS ocIATrIO.. The eighth fortnight y, m'e?ilng ,of the 'tlegqcqncp p. mmnbe's and Irientrs. The chair gg tl ekn. by the vicepresident, Mr 11. Irad shlw. Preliminary business having been dis sposed of;,Mr T. C. Coltie; B.hA., dclivered sa lecture on, "Ignatius Loyola, the first .esi?it.'! e said. that this remarkable, manwSa. born in -::??;painm in e year 1491. Wii:i;; i'' hen' he drew his first breath in his Spanish home, Martin Luther was a merry child of five years, away among the mines of Mansfield-leagues of broad tertn tory between the two beings who were to be com?nsuch miglity forces in the Church's his. :Fiy gaatlius.Ioyola was'h'gt?nd * by birth, aitl uniled to this had the fiurther alvantages of a court and military training, handsome person, and engagining ad?ess. In his youth he was noted for his chivalrous bearing and finished-nmaiiners--in the field, for his un daunted heroism imnd dashing military skill. I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

V....ITAL STATIisrICS.-Nine birtlisand oui: deatl in Footscray iand two birthls in, Maidstone i crre egistrc during the ciie endingi ugust : IsTRErs .-At;Ethe 'invitation .of the Excelsior Football Clul;''tlte Oronoko .Minstrels from Ilotham wilt give a pelformiance next Monday fnight in ?th Ro6ya'lallisoaid of the fuinds of the club.dsA good programme has ,bean provided, and as .the tickets have,?en well' dislosed of there will no;iloubt bea, large audience. :lifrLNOTICE.-- he i: MS;'Auistralia vill, be despatched with mails forWestern Australia India, Chin?and .Europe on Tuesdla, August 28th: The tiies forrclosing at'i the I ootsbray office aie as follow :-Money orde'is 2.3ip. m. on Monday, Aeigusta27th; registered' lettirs, 7.30 p.m; onilonidaiy, '27th ;;.oidinary letters. and papers 8 p mn on Monday, 27th... ocety meets next T esoay e ge-room of: the' Royal rHllwlien another evening will' be devoted. to harmony .? The, nusical m,cm ,mittee h*tve been stecressfut.in securing the ...

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Amending Local Government Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

Amending Local Government Bill. '1'HI Amen[ing Eocal Governm t Bill now:hbefori? the l:LegislativeL Cutincil, does not appear asKif intenidedto afford anye rliefeto strugglrng auniiplities, which have the maxnimunmn work? yet to effect, and the minimumn of re enue available' for that urppse...It'would be' only fair, and at the samne time a vast advantrge to- such 6coA I peuimifticr aior =o« n, if, then I egi`latub smt Ioud3 -Wf [1 sanction the extension oif the orrowrin limits under the present Act to say' forty years' presente:income, pr 'nith ditla ihand, if the qu"h estionf trfhe mou-nt to b"e" ! horrSsed -for'j- ermanen mmr "was t:eftt',?e?settled1 .etlmwc9?y orroWer and lender ::It ;c'a scarcely be tlotught that in a new .country e . can forni roads, effect allthe needed public % orkp" to mareFa Fiili ed citt ouit of a.willer-: ness, and ? ayd f tor ithe. ihole of tliese within .half tie'ifetime of a generation. ;If thelbioans:wereifon a currency of fifty *yeairs, even then.vwe...

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Board of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

Board of Adviae, A meetingof the membersof the localilloarl of Advice was held on Thursday eycning in the Central State School. There were present Messrs Lambert (in the chair), Waters, Schild, Bennett, Harris, and the correspondent (Rev. H. F. Scott). The new Truant, Officeri (Mr Doyne) was also present, and received a wel come from the Board., Some comment. was made of the fact that no official intimation had been received from the Education Department relative to, Ar Doyne'.s aplpointment. * Several cases, of truancy were then gone into, and, after, consideration, the Truant Officer was instructed to take .out summonses in eight of the worst cases. .With reference to Mir Salmon's, resignation, Rev. JI.-F.-Scott.moved, ,and..Ir.1Waters seconded, the following resolution-" That being informed that r, Salmonr mas resigned his positior is Truant Oficei, this lBoard desire to express their regret at the loss of his valualdh services, anti that the torresppppni t r""il - structed'to'in...

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

News iii Brie') Mrs. Ilampson has gone on her evaigclising` lour to Sydney , -S)dily has a ncwsboy', irgadewith over a ?undrme?n?rs , ' :si :r :,':'" -The ncw D fIence? heime will cause a war of.words in Parliament. -.. . There ivas again a clean sheet at atli local Police Court last Thuisda . , : Ah Ket was aciquitted of tihe lharge of murdering the Celestial in tLitttlelorke-street. The Rev. J. Gibh lectured at St. Andrew's, Kyneton, 'on Mondaty evening -on""Norman McLeod," :Ieach beat the famous sculler Trickett oni Saturlday last by four lengths. 'The match'was. for',too a side;". "" .' ,"·-": :A meeting of the niemtbers of the Footscray Rowing Cluli will be held neit Monday even ing in the Mechanics' Institute;' ,There are, 130o pawnbrokers in'New ;York, ntl it is asserted that they hold }£4,ooo,o0o wvirth of property. Some of the widows of the Creswick mine suiferers litve issied writs against thecompany for compensation. - : Parliament has got through' more, work in two month...

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Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1883. IMBIBING. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 25 August 1883

Justie1 gR Peace Court. :::;·: - 4 --- II James McClure was charged with leiring drunk and disorderly. IHe was arrested by Con stable Bonnett abhnidhalf-past twelve on Sun _. ay mnoening in front of the 1 Oglislt C durchl - os., or 48 hours' imprisonment. SMrs Ann Doyle, , rcsidt of. Brown's ill, was c'hrgrd w;ith" larceny of'a' quill,'slici, and d bl.alk?k .ShelF pleaded.-" ,.yt Guilty.? ;+ S ibic l IDarcy, the first witness called, stated . 'ia li? Iw.s't ganger ~i' th'e Victi rinta'Railwsys andla resident of Brown's l ill,. He:identified the things ?iroduced as his. They were valued at 25s. Knew the prilonei:well; she only re-. sided.two doors away from him. ! , l, S Gr ace Darcy, wife of the pjreviouq w;ness, rcobllcct'd'ihc'9th inst.i" She iwas hiig the; clothes on that day, and had occasion to go in; and clean ondtof the ri6ins, `llving ablanket, sheet, quilt, and flock pilluw on thetfrontifence. Whilst inside she heard a noisein the front and on going ott'saWv Mrs Doyleini th...

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ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 1 September 1883

IFOUND TEE?,- WORLD. BY A FOOTSCRAVAN= ,.1, Friday,April ;6th, . c left . altiniore . ur The routc itri;vrsed . ?nil is almost des'ituti thorotighly agrcultoel.and ;.the towns hcre nind there in aicite earlys'ettlhe tco Thir ty sietilc rngs ustoi the Susqehatna river; celebrateid:n song, which is croseel on s high iron bridgel g mile long,: andta few miles flirther on we crossthe l:oindarybetween the Northernlli il Souithe States, iuit shortly 'fier -ias through a in (faiiionus for its luca tional establishmn ntse--Ncwark.,A few minutes stopplige at; Wilminglon,'a city with 45,or0 sools,'chiefly ila'dted to factories suchlis wool, cotton, &c., and .:c+ are ,f'a igain and sweep througli Chester, which is said to be the oldest town in the State, some Swedles having located there abo?it 24' y.cars ago:. This townI his very larg"e Siillyairds,ni n1plake ni istobry, as one of the bloodyestruggles for Indepehdence took. place 'on the margin of a small streamni aidljacent.?: Traiel...

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