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Original Poetry. A HARD "CASE." [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

Original Pbetry. A "HARD "CASE." "Wel l are you rad y? here's your linhat, And take your ulster too-'tis chilly; In it I've put your pipe, so that You'll have it coming hbore,"scaid Milly" "Ah . 'thinks, dear cousiin }on are kind, I cnvy much, yoiirloving Larry, . And really think hie must he blild I If soon, he does not .wish, to marry3".. Then off ive sped, res Aiveil to chase The glowing hours with flying toes c-' I longedmuch for ia smoke, but she (My cousin) said " 'twvould smellay yclothes-es. Ann if yoiu ivish,' (the little tease !) To hav'e a pleasant timne with Fanny, Funmes of tobacco will not p case Her near so well as Frangipani. The'liall was over-happy tiite n 1 'o part with Fanmy, long I lingeredd Thenmturning homtne as "four l" didl chime, For pipe --I in miny pockets fingered." - Ah, here it is lI know a smoke And found-my meerschaum was not in it.o 0:00DAPHE

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Comte de Chambora. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

The, Comtodo. Chi?borci r, Throughout the wholeý rngedof r hn s torywe canfindno more harmless re tender to :thie,: sovereignty, of a, great nation'"t-asn ?wvs the Co:nte do Chaho bordi A"A true -apostle;' probably thelast instance'of a true apostle 'ofthih doctrine of fdivine riglht, 's hssp pssed . the stage of life without accomplisig anything more than the issuc of scores of m-anifestoesi. declaring, himself Ithe sole legitmate claimnnant of,` the;FEreholh cro wn ? Hii manifestoes swere usually received iith great irinterest;i by Fredh men; but thisinterest that lhii couitryf men' displayed in them arose solely from the: inexhaustible fund loflaughter that they occasioned. " Like many pre endlefrsrim-bsrth iof~tho Gsomtf Chambord was, not'free" from, suspicious. circumstances. cBorn on the. 29th; Sep temlier; 182o0 the son of the iDu de. Berri; who was assassinated in February of the samie' year, his birth ;revived the hopes of thait section ..of the Boirbo family. His- imother;...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

~IBAYBROOK SHIRE QOUNOIL Moosowv SElP+esleEH 3, 1893.·j Present-Crs McLagan (President), Chris(ie, larnett, GralharllopLins, and i)ckson. The ntewlpI-clddC irouncillor Barnett made rI rhecsuat l ain iTz fhe'mi so ercread and confirmed. _ .

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH. Before Messrs Morris, (Chairman) and W. Mitchell, J's.P. NOT ENOUGH SCHOOLING. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

THURSDAY, SEPTEIMBER 9Tlt. Before Messrs Morris, (Chairman) and W.' ?^ ( :i:; ,;,; ':. Mitchell, J's.Pi -:. . ' S "OT ENOUGH SCHOOLN. I Sergeant Gray v. HenryWarwvay, for neglect S"'ihg' to sendliis child to school, the:number of days required b, the act. . " ..Mr Doyne, the Truant-officer produiced a certificate shewing that the child had attended 21 nights, but-no days.- Fined 5s and 2s 6d costs in default 48 hours imprisonment. . The same fined was imposed on Messrs " "]1aiver Greenhliam, Tayl?6i,'Orr" Clenidinnen, ..Anderson-and.Shermin for a simila.offence. In oreiiri two instiiices thlre was no appear *<:%,ance:of defendants,'but the service ofsummons having been sworn to, the cases were gone into and dealt'with.1 - n itir ' Several excuses.were made for non-attend a 'nce;:ilhe iiost freiquent was tlia tlie child had been sent to school, but had played the truant. A DANGEROUS PRACTICE. S- Two-o.little boys, named: Webster were 'chjarge with tlirowin-g missiles ini'a...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

Correspondence. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. SoNs.-The affair seems to be of an entirely: private character, of no public interest, and unsuitable to our columns.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SWAMP ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

SWAMR. RO4D. A ppblic meetinig conyened by the MaycF by requisition, was held at the Royal Hall, on 'hursday evening, to consider the advisablity or otherwise of allowing that portion of the torough east of the Saltwater- River, to be annexed by the MelbouropCity Council. Some two .hundred burgesses assembled, and the Mayor, who occupied the chair, briefly sketched the different points for consideration and stated the reason which actuated the Council in pro posing the transfer of territory and calling for a poll of ratepayers on the question. Mr J. Harris, who was first called on to speak, said he could inform the meeting that a Metropolitan Board of Works, would soon be established and have charge of all roads within ten miles of the city, and the whole of the rates would he put into one bag. Footscray would reap great advantage in that respect. An6theofthing was that legal opinion helt they hd:l no piower to give d:siy the Swamp-road. All the rates would go in law and they had en...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1883. Before Mr Shuter, P.M. DRUNKS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

Before Mr Shuter, P.M Edward Adams was- fined 5 or twent) four 7-.hrl f e charge: 's O e ueril, of Bro: o ns ill,: wasflnedDios' ors forty-eigli hours'. :-'tf Jjir - e-J o?h lson 'for us?ing 'lii'vefannlua'e tia Sergeant Gray, s?,smiulcted in the su ';of '- - n '{aa- {1: 'sod- tfid t i1 Croker-s'ho. appeare d for s2efenot ;urged tht :. snall -: fine be inflicted hut to noasaili:':.:;-: " Finillay. viWelsford. Mr 1Be -anmin Freochi appeared fordefeidaIntit : se alaintl(arion Firidlay) Itated tliat sli'as t er wor? at the Apollo Canidle Works on tlthlh athliinSi. swhen the defendait came into the room and .hit herr on the -face a.nid %ches1 i She faiitcd' froin the effects of th-blows. : . -s'l , C x b r "" .Cross cxrianined b)i:?Mr c;nch.i:'l iot call him adl freckle??-fe-te ..(hing ;tdif inot say' that: she would split his lieid open with a cup. If any one said so theys would not he speaking the truth... Alex: .Wilson, ani employ. at the Candle Works said that lie \vas standing behi...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DARNING MATCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

DARNING MATCH. TO TIHE OtIO'to OF ttIIF Itet'tEI t?-ppl SIt,-Allow me thrcug,. the coltitbts oc your paper, to repudiate tiF mesn sishdatioi of "Justice" in our last week's issue Yespectini the late darning match at 'Mr. Maddhen 'Sta?e school. It is e\idcntly the 'suspicio?i'f kolhs evil, jealous-mj!td d prp" who,lowi' what she wopl(u p herself i l shg'thp bhrpf tunitv, judges both?;fs l l oa's'v sallri My sister Florrie worked le darn rsl without any hel whateverr. especting my some ti a ago I worked satme darns, whijd were ea i?ited ; but, it (lops not fplplvt "i that I should do t') silteý's work pf cpOSB you know that there Is such a thing as making people prove their ass.rtic os. Hoping that thin explanation will satisfy all evil and jealous minded persons, and ap:ologising for trespassing on your valuable space.-1 remain, &e., L. TAUNTON,

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1883. Science and Religion. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

-'"ONTWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMis R b, s585. Scienoe and Religion'.' i* UNDER the aboe :title, a learned `nid popular Judge of the- Supreme. Court has?recently;delivered"an original and ~andJattainmenii ts of the:. lecturier, the natter aLnd-scipe of :the lectiire itselfi the circum'stances :inder which it: as suggested,' aid the place in which itwas delivered; have given a bli no means remiarkable'-production ,;the = stamp ofi ore.than oardinary interest and import fance:' The secular press was for :the imost part;but modest in the measure of praise ?Lbestowed lu on ttwiilet thie re ligiioui papers almostuiuniversally coni demined: it.in forim, matte', and spirit? Th'e:cooiiess'of th'e Melboumne journals towards: Mr' Higinbothams 'slecture w asj ,based: on the faict ttiat nothing new was: statedinfid niothing newfiprposed: ', The lihumanity' pf fault findingl was ;largely mi' nnifestedlbut ,theidtviiity df suggest ing remedies for:the evils cimnsied,~was ;wantii...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

`N ei., ws in Brief, .. The severance meeting on Thursdayevening rwan otanigelyt attended.: : " • A seam of coal two feet six inches thick discovered at CapeoPaterson.li : -Nine Chinese were slaughtered by the natives at Russel River, Queensland. \Villi toayvon is r going to publicly protest against-portions of the Harbor Trust bill. The Braybrook -slaughter houses, manure works and piggeries'are reported, to he clean. The Braybrook Council have decided to sue for all-arrears of rates -and dog taxes, except in cases of poverty. ',rThe Melbourue- Meat Preserving Company ,a}-e j~&n awardegd a sold meqal at the Amnsterdam Exhibition.' ':. The close season for black fish in the Yarra has been extende.l fromn Sept. Ist tb Det.I5. This species is di appenering. "': 7 ? Sundry incmbers:ofthe Tariff Comiimission, sre real mad with Miryms for publishing a draft epdr t to .ig(Exig ellhe1,y,: p' - The Comte da Chamlord Bouorbo; heii }q the French throne, died at the agg of siity-two. e...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Board of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

.Boardof Advice. TUEI election forthe Board.of Advice takes place fu-day, aff'th? supporters of the seve ral candidates have made an active canvass of the ratepayers. In fact the contest has .been.?gon?iito with great spirit and interest. )?sttotlie.final resulti there: are diverse opinions, as each side puts forward the relative ;claimsoloftheir candidate,, and base -sanguine hops upon their wishes respecting the event. The four candidates are all well-known, and command the respect even of their opponents. Itr is to-be,-trusted that no petty personal feelings, may~be now permitted to sway" the election, but that, with a full sense of the respLnsibility7 thrown upon them,. the rate payers .will select the gentleman whom they honestly believe will do the best service to the(public hn the capacity of member, of the Bbard' ofAdvic: It 'seenis a pity when "so many.good'iiezi :offer, that the entire number 'coul4dot t tiAdded io the Board::

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

DEATH.         SHEPPARD. -On the 2nd of September, at the residenice of his grandmother, (Mrs Thomas Sheppard), of Ryan street, Foots- cray,Sylvester Henry, the beloved youngest son of John and Emma Jane Sheppard, of Flemington, aged 5 months.- Thou art for ever fair, But oh, thou wert so dear to us, We miss thee everywhere.  

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

ROUJOUND=THE1 W ORLD i?noo?sCRAvYANvi: ý.j- .. ANto'sr other places of world wide notor ety cancot?di . iisthe gretes.thighg oftlhie;nd in the, world..i The re showdf'animals L- verh y lti; well et iebveit l tihout seeing. Anongs:; other uriosities is ou hibo, m the" largn etelhnlni in -theFworldt (c(qutil ng/the ad etisemernrt" There. re four rings in thelcireis keptgoin ati the sac tinie, but unless the visitor ha. maidei, anrrangements to be in four pihces-at oi?el he cannot futlly!y-preeinte the high jinks' carriedl on in thlothdi rings, where he does not hapipen to be presCt at the time.: There arc real racr for prizes to finish .off i;i ,; round the outer circle' or :track.. There a.ire setLs for.8 tod t thousamnl peopler .and thl e p lace is crowded twince a day, the race.track: is naboutqtarler rf a mile rotiil, an i at night i the whole is lit by the etectric lightit . .I. - " ý . We took 'thc Stoninton line for Providench the boat lenaves t5 p;nm;, nd you get to Stony ingt...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 8 September 1883

VITAL STATISTICS:-Seven birthis. nd ti o dcaths at Footscdriy, ald one birth` at Maid 'stonie were registered during the week eriding August 25th., G? OVERNMENT AUDITORS.--Mr :J:-MI Barre has been selected by the Cabinet as auditor for the boroughs of Footscray, Williamstown andl Sandridge. It is considered that his long experience as a -'town clerk and practical accountant specially . qualify. hibn for the position.. Mr Youell, late town clerk for this borough, has been appointed to the same p6ositiop for Shepp>arton and other places, and Mr F. A. Mfandevelle will act at Wyndham. NE.w BRIGAD)E.-A mneeting qf the newly formed Varraville Volunteer Fire Btrigade was held on Friday evening, 3I?t August, at Mr J. Stephen's residence, when the following office-bearers were elected. Superintendent, Councillor J. Cnoming : ca.ptain, Councillor J. Stephen : lieutenant, J. Rogers ; trCasurer, 1V. T. Rogers; secretary, 1i. Iromtily. The captain has a horse always ready in his stable in cas...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL MATCHES TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

FOOTBALL MATCHES TO-DAY. FITzROY A.ItFtETS V. VARRAVil?.I.: IJUN ioRs.-On the ground of the former. The team will hie chosen from the follsoing who are requestcd to meet at the Varraville station: in time tocatchl the 2.15 p.m. train:-A-.\ndrews, Beer, Brown,: Bryant, Boyd, Corhy, Harrison, Com;en (2), Griffiths, Henderson, Ilam, Menzics, McDonald (4), Sutherland, Spottis woode, Tniman (2), Pannell, Walsh. andl Stone. FOOTSCRAK V. PI'OWLt.Tt.-To bIe played on the I'owlett Reserve~ East .Mcllourne. Thl' following will proceed by the 2.30 traint:- Anderson, Ager, lcennett, Clark, English,I Emerson, Findlay; Hlicks, Johnson, Kelly, Linden,. Looshk, Lovett, Reid, Ryan, Shep herd, Scott, WVest; 'Warren, . Williams, and Wilson' (2).

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY V. ROYAL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

FOOTBALL. -4----: .:FOOTSCRAY v. ROYAL PARK: i. The second meeting of these clubs tool: plin last Saturday, at' Footscray. Owing to"th" continuous' rain all the' week, the 'groiind especially the lower side,'was in a very heaiýy and treacherous' condition. Footscray won the toss, and kicked towards the church end. The first half resultinrg in both teams co'ing?, go.al,3tb.hirhtiidsthe cloh eing kicked iy Ager. The'second half proved more inter esting'than the first, for about quarter 'of, an hour after starting, Hunter kicked No. 2 goal for the locals, which made the visitors try their utmost to equal, but as they could get nothing than behinds, 'the game fell to Foots cray by .2 goals 5 behinds to the Parks I goal to behinds. 'Anderson, Hicks,' Wilson 'A.,: Bennett and Findlay did good service for the winners. '

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

Sporting Secretaries of Cricket and Football Clubl are rc uested to send their reports of past Siturd y 's mat.hes not later than Tuesday evening in order to' secure insertion. Coming fixtures wll be' recierd up till' Wedncsday evening.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOOING FOR WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

QOOING FOR WEAIFTH '. iiJ.'I: LOCKE\ I.VEARl 'l,':f Aurtt ; "l'l0',. TIIS' ,H.lluiif t ,cW, iait,; o4. L. [A.I, 'rc, ' P."TC.! ' ;,i;, . ; Aurnott of t TL: iilN ·wp seletions ii up'on t ?l:foolpati'i frbht7 of the Star lo1.0i.at Cthi/tarn, orY 'Sonorn 'Freclon anmii, in.-othe INbith';Eastlei?'?istirict;"; was begmnnig: ito. litspl ay!lcdee d ilsynptoms of seediness alltough stii 'retaining a sarimwhai jaunty mr.with hslihatt upon one sid of his !ad,. :, leaving: exposed l :upon i the other a profusion or dark ibrown, curly locks, how fast lbecoising' silveredl ;' liowei, tlihough cerainly not nwith yars, anil .which .ltic tinicm hiad been the pride of the colhtrsex and the eivy of his own." H le"was just tlhen in a d.eep (iitantlary, untdecideall as to' w;lit 'dirc'clin tiolake Ihicli might. give him a, chancte of picking 'up a conmmission, wilthout at the sane timne running lis head into the lions moiith in'ther i;orlds lrmingi hun tu into cont a with the more importuinate of the i...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

(Incortpo ed by Acts of the Victorian, (South' Australiai aid .Vestcrnse"r - ' ' A- ustraliai P'arliaiiients .), '. APITAL -I0000-0 iin 200o,000 Shlias uf£5' ec? l? ,CORNE OF FhlYDE7-. - n IR :STS: rafts issued in in 'iah aid tid Colonies.; t i CAPITAEI 1- .; : :,:< n; l.., ? I ooo,qooo F Lr??: :- :- OOTSCRALY/,D?)-ANCH i : . -' *:,,r: , :t " : sdr-,:o;t ?. :' --" - iis :disounted, nd' li~r~adavlie1 m inle -.'Dhalo issuedt ial chief t sin ictori OVE R ,and adjoiningolonies, ald Lon L :don. ,, MILanager. APT..A.:.....resmkers. ,. I- RAN STRE TFOOTSCIrYs ' ' ,BliGenteral iBlacksmith :.:aprove, seHorse, uritiSh.er: ; J AI ll Kiands of e Blackismiths c -or~ is'.i?d ani : epaired :oini thshortest notie. iRepairs to Dr:: ays a d other ehicles executed eatl CHARGES MODERATE. ,0 ,: J OHN: '; O'SH E AI Veterinary Shoeing i L Forge andn :General Smith Ho oorsch' ivh e. ,. -._ N "PE.,- IIOPKI E S :STIEESY ":ry an~o eoppeosite eCatholid Churcn . .HORSES. SHOD ON THE Os1T0 APP ROVED ,...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

r " -. Busmen. s Addrense, . - -e: y IyI AppoiintmLcnt to the Marquis of Nornnnh)y . Has openled r ,-iciih 'sthibhislinn tnt in ,Near the Spencer Struet :Raihay Station.' Smallgoodsoolevery?dlescriptionalha oniimud.. ? ,? (La te'Nicll;,the T aio?r): First CIlss; LENGLISII, FOREIGN and r COLONIAL TWL.vEDS, and COATINGS always on hand. Address-ioS ELIZAlBETH STRLET, .r VALUER, LAND, S FINANCE:: AGENT, INDEPENDENT"'" OFFICE S Nicholson Stretet. Footnoray. J. M 1.. having made arrangements with the Proprietory of the Indefudenr t, is -. now in a position to inform the . Public that. In order to offer every facility. for both Sellers andl lBuyers'. ANY. PROPtERTIES PLACED. IN IIIS HANDS FOR SALE 'WILL BE. ADVERTISED I. I.HIS LIST, AND' TIllE ::UTMOST S PUBLICIT. GIVEN. i No Charge being made for ADVERTISING, nor Offering for Sale;, unless: a Sale! is" . -.effected, :" ' Sales of :urnmiture,' Produce, and; Stock -conducted : in :any lpart of the Districtt AGENT FOR-.THE Colonial: Mutual :...

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