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CRICKET. YARRAVILLE v. CULLIS HILL & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
?Tis match was jhleIaye st rSaturday; and` iesulted in a draw in favor of Varraville, who made 414 against S.wickets for42L.Tlhe locals scor?eiws mainly orwing to McDonald, .who miade 48 out of the nnumber: Thle fielding and` bowling was very good on both sides, especi-. allyther locals, Fielding and . White, bowled Sellof f -loth lsathe formergetting wiclets for it runs a.,d the lstter 2 for II. A:ippended are the'scores:?- 't. I'` l A. RRAVILLLE. : MitDonal dG . .S~ii - 48 iowne, Shimbly, b Piliney g Nihol'chimbly b St.lly hilcDonald J , b Solly. i White, cSollty,b;t'itkney'lr :;T9';(? . o,' SSutherland, b S-iton" .;::; ...: .. SRodgirs?not out, :: .:; ?:; :.;:' i liyený." :: = .1 *Aaff3rJW rfsiz X :
RATE OF WAGES IN VARIOUS EMPLOYMENTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
'.;'RATE OF WAGES :IN VARIOUS 4?I, .. m '.;,.,EMIPLOYS MEN'TS. i. ,:.:, TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIlE INDEPENDENT.( i SIR,-In Saturday week's issue of your paperl I observed a remarkally wbll.written and most interesting paragraph in ? Lookout's'' contri bution, in reference to thseemingnly ttifaist i?f :rernce ,of ?sves in tihe iiffireint, cmelloyients. In a .ery forciblet n anner the utterIliscrej?liny thai exists in the rctfunerationiof thle:ltwO .m ioy;menicts of?ltelching adll fiof scrLetry to a brewing ,cotnloapy, wisas pointedl out.. ,,Whilst the teacher or governess crierred to sasto rc-, elive four.shillings! I wer ek, tlfor the educationi oft family, ,the secretaryfor the brewing cos .ny wascto get.. £40ob0,lr annttiim for it-stairt.. These faets were pliaced belorl theIlittlic in a lucid inaniner, iut ,'Lookout" didnot 0attciiti 1t set frth?any reasons, forsuch'a lispjnrity in the' rates'of retiunerationi. IIid he looked Into the matter he would certainly have fotnd that there i...
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
I The result-of the intercolonial scullingniajtch bctweenen Mr T.Wood, and-.dMr~l .D Green,:of. Adelaide,, for; a:.i;lotrolihy.and' d£o la-side,i .which was oiwedon: Satur ay'shows ithatiwe. did: niotbi'ver-estiinate$te pAluc k add slayinig poweri of-,tlie . demfion,3-iiwho nhs so bfitcn stiokedl" oihr boys '! 0to victory.':;Like?Nelson,' he. W.' there 'some; mihutes licfoe time, 'vaitlt ing for-hisi oliponent. .Greci.i'who is a half caste, aint rteaclihrof: athletics, putl in an ap lipariance shortly after, and ivas piloted: by Mr S. Edwards' in' aicity eight, while iMr-W./ Sncddio,h.isithian:seight of *" thei boys, per1 foried the same office flor local championi . Starting f.'foin'itc.Tcii:e Fou~ndryAthe?y rowed to the red beacon at lumbug Reach, the dis tance being twob miles 2a0 yards: C: Green,' whoi ivon the toss?chse tdienorilh'ide of the rivie, -ind when the signal.iws giyen;,Wood at once sprang offl'withl alead;'pnlling'an eas-, steady stroke. Pas'isin" 'the gas',isorks, '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
ROFL MILLE O R'SI I lONDAYT-:EVENING;OOCTOBE1?: i51iit (Late of the Life Guards.) :iAmateur Chalmmpion Middic ?i\?ightlBoxr" of NN.S.W nd:. ther Professionals.: ;:B';y o : mnastc'`se ecises including: ltiOXSI -. FENCING, &c. . I :A grand Scientific Display of Boxing hetw ene PROF MIILLEl od l..W LEn b AN, Prof.1illetr's pupil. Chair, Front Seats and Balcor.nyas s;i)y o ' AZAAR ! .: "' BAZAAR " 'BAZAAR To reduce thc4leit onS t; Moniea's :- : : Church, tootscray,; will;e :he .::. Opened in the _" j TUESI)AX. 9rl.Th OCTOBErR, 'iSS. By His Worshipi the May or, D. Mitchell, S :Esq., at Seven o'clock p.m., -. And - ilt be continitel on each night of :the .week from 3 to.~ sand from. 7,to io p.m. 'Music, Singing and various special attractions each evening. The' Bi?a"r ill be open for State nnd other school children on Thursday boet?een 3 and 5 p.m. free of.charge. Adtnisssion; One Shilling on night of open ing, and Sixpence any other night. :: i-: BRAYBROOK STATE SCIOOL.. A Grand ...
QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
WOnat*urdyla|t thefolloing athe ere Mclh'aii,amndl,A:'i:,SVljiLe v, ;';.illiantisand 1., White. , \'on ,by theýlattcr hy 2 points. ;;3rd Ofli at ii o,\orkininin and ,?Visidtor' : V" sit, ians?sanild A. \Yliit c -?un , t.ic'lastt.rriith 3 points: rThe games in alt respects were: keenly watchcd.andclocly contested. ,muff inatch isarrarig for; ocoiminenccl: to-t?.ie. prizes are a handsome ggld albert and a- silscr,
Lodge Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
0Lo Fitixtures. 'SIATFUR rA?RLIAMIFNTo.-Evcry.. Mohndla3at. Mechnics' Institte,' t8: p. n.-b Varren; sscretary WVhitehall-street..' Lb , OAL:F6cRAVL LODGE, M.U.O.O.F., SNo 63:-Monday; O'ctober Sth, -at SLodg c oiotRoyal Hall, at 8:p.m::ii'. ' DAWN OF Ho'E LOLDE, I. O.G.T. 'No; 253; Meets on" Monday'. evnings in the Metho dist Free Church, Andcrson-st,': Virraiille. INDEl NDENT.- ORDER OF. REClAIiITES,' .IA VELOCK TENT, NO. Sr. Meet .at SVYsleyai School-roomi, 1Iyde stret, evcry ,second and. fourth Tuesday ini the .nmontht R,; Peiarce, secretary -- "-·.-- .e---ri --. .DAWN OiF FREEIDOM LODGEb : IO.G.T. , Every Wednesday at Royal Hall;-Tlhomas ': Ihunter,'Secretary. - ST. :JOHN'S .PROG?ESSIVE .UNIO -'On. : Ttiesday, OOctoler 9tli,' Rhoyal Ialli, p _.m. i lMessirs. F: Read and C. Walden, secretaries. PKrOTI?STANT AI.LIxsNcE IIEN'LY SOCIlETY. :;--ednesday; Oct. loth, lielgravia Hotel, at S o'clockt?; - . Green;ood, Scre4tary, -:Ryani Street.: : Lbovi. VYARR;Ii.I LOUGE, NO. 73, IO. O.F. ...
Sporting FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
.Sporti'n g: ,,r ..x t 'FOOTBALL. a The competition for the tSo siMlsr mcitlls, presented iby Mr P. Jerrick to, the Footscray, FootballJClub? took place 'on'.Satlidayli?t;I memb-ers ,The i?ae ki;ck Iwas .rat ie?rrs won by WVWarren, who kicked ;6 ?ds.?.S in., tiut the rrdp kick wagsn5 ery closely contestedl, WV. Kelly jusiit wiing sy a yar;I The1 foliows ing?.i a full list. ofthe .prizes.won., urng thge season?i-Mr.Ci Iovett, asilSVei Ct presentedt bi J C. cnh hnson Lsi1;.sYnd Mr J 1icsneit,' ag~oli medal presenited by MrJ J:MansieMIk sq ; for, the' two ..sta ll round men , tne tea?ims MrV.n6 W Varren, assilvýrnitedal for best: place kick ;ul'dilMr?V'.Kelly,'a-silverimedril
Abstract of Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
., ' Abstract of Sales TIlS D'D Y, "SATURDAY. At 32.0 o'clock, sale of Miscellaneous Goods 'at New Auction Rooni, next Belgravia Hotel. --P':1M Salmnon auctioneer. SATURDAY, OCT. 13..-J.; I.Barr, atThree o'clock, on the Ground, Six Building. Lots, Sat Yarraville. . .- .. , " . " ' *' . ..,
"OUR HARRY." A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. CHAPTER XXVIII. "The weary waiting for the hope deferred." "Eureka!!!" [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
S:;A TALE.OFc THE DIGGINGS.I able• tin:h itseeirled;as if iip.rJim.-'was abogt "otesuccu mb:; to ? .ihear-ful ,di se aJwhicl "rS. soTiire' ?lenight i alchiegdarefcrrve toin lst'chatero uiidergo thie etremes of 'hard 'inu ' lalior iwitlibt itttle? sliter from the"i weatl;er, and almost iio change of diet frodnilit sameoni? it' onouosffs' ind ofi mttnd"'it,:dat?er'which 'formei·d the stilde fool of te iiggings forears Wshen vcgetaoles were nilngs unkno "' - At -length aifter long hovering between life and death, 'tie :balance se?m ed• ,to turn,'the young and strong consltutton. mastere t? fever. Whichl however, left the patient weak and exhausted utterly in ble- to help him lf or niove about. unassisted :'an col, etelyf te pendent on` Harry w whose mind was racked with -ti' iti?? ihoughts, for the enforced absen :e fromi the pursuits of gold,'. had tle I to' tei ngridul w?.id inc?ting the .all io rd accumul atcdin ite mouths of health and toi.. Somie ve een hints had hien given by the...
THE LOOKOUT. 'Look out down there, for I'm about to shoot."—YANKEE POET. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
i ? THE ILOOKOUTc' , i- ookout'dll I heicfor ibou t ishooi . b nor tie oferat?,ikle ard off hrinh: a fena °ifter ll=I cannot help trying things by suggestions wb.ichli- may be useful or otherwise, just -.s ffli iubblicmnihid jmay take theim. As-i prelude I ray say thitr aliave'seen so' nany styles and nimethods of ,orslhiip , ti?ti may be-. credited iat least i'ithli:no inherent or: hereditary /fiichrndt. for anyone miiore than another, so that it is with no6isiten tioi to unduly ,exil lt ort ib lbuse` any iarticulr 'fornm of worids or ietli&od thnt these. lines- are idnned, buit simiply, as tle Quakers' say, " because the spirit moves me thereto." ' / . . . On Sundlayi, last my aniidering foot-. steps. mled;i me to ,the :,Presbyterian: Churchl, ,Footscray,? where, in a ?very' neat and plain ediiicec-which iould be imnproved by - coat of coloure whiliite cash-?.--I took myfseat aid lisitened to the organist Whil: the congregation as sembled .I su plose it is because ;: my mo...
TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
32, 223 .3'AB I ''L32 =" . i: .m.: .'a m. 4n : '. m.- ,. ,m! *r525. .6 2 6 T,.S 5 6 6 6 1 :6,9. 7, . ,.5 .637 5, .6.46 .644 .3g 5 .9.;, 925 -. 30. 8 4 8.4, 9 9 93 ? '.0 92 9244 .954 -9 57= '323 . 30 ' 4 2 '' '4 "139 33 2 345 21o. 14 ' 2044 2 32 2 54t 2 3 43 =44 . -.m. .:m.1 . '?,p.p ; : p.m;'. -p.m. 3.,.m 1 0,29. , 33 2 49 5 o 22,( 3 2" 3 2 4 S . 3 I2 , 2 , o12 2 o.r 2 i4 44 2322 7232" ' 25 o.33 3.42 4 23 2. 2, 39,,2,2.,45'. 03 3222 .24 .2 a 993 3 p'3 -39,9 42,32 .'-45,;' ?.:3i2 0 2o, 444,I4 3 59 .: 5- :5 24.o, .4 . 44 4359 5 33 ': "5 5 ."0 39 3 x44 r: 4,59,.:;5 -s;" 5 25. ..4 .3 6t4 4 4Q 4 5329. 533 545 5 32z 534 ' "' ?-5-" '26" 2 "625 -' 30':t ,: ' '342 44 . ' " : ?o'? I-d Fsr i AN '' Mil'l . : 9 -f 7.=Q 7 33. 745 : 5 r.S 7S26 " :;7 29 759 93: 9." ..2 .8 1- 7421 .. '44 .>.:9 59'. ,,9 .,:.1:: ,. r, ,8:A 9. 59 i 20'.. .'z.3 '5 . ..":' ,"' '.. 2!- 1" 9 44 j9 29. 2. 33 1 52 . 4 0-e "': " 0- 1 224. .2"2 ,. 21'32-,, 2.. , 1-S22 0-. Sys iraz .. .. 2..2'. - let . i,..2 2: ' l,..; "- oi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
it.ilr -i . 1 . . . +. ICTORh:IA INSUtItfNl tZOJ1'tA\ C:sr:::.:Chirmn,lI a. I I. Y:MILLE.R ;?FIRE; MARINE, LIF?:,iind?UAIANTE?I ' Market strci t,'ttlelrline:'ti a !'- - , . .. : ' .... " :. -+ '.:.(: l .,,qtq4.1,',lI F - "to p l Cestrta it, o. r Fotscra, ta ",-i nformatin ton ~a_ f;err,?ic.s InHE .- COLONLiL ,-UTU.hiTUAL -E; I:U :.-.': ASSURl\NGE 1001V. .LI n 'itric D. MOUTUALLSF " ASS U-IA\NCE, ENDOW - .MRENTS,'eu.N· NUITIES., :t :"E g4 ~e. S6 COLLIeNS S'P.re YET, Melboiarne O -bEICS iS'- ill'$; ( g.EOLO.IS.? i - lIRE% ` " iu: , P' iden Lts:: ; .. .. MI 'C T Hn. Sir, I- Gr rg 1ccn l enRms . `.I.. -. 2. 1Th Ho n. a -' 1 :. h '.L* . D? 1.. 'The lon. Sir !.pl:c:tmnel~l e SUn.. lL C . ":i . . The H tise?. ' r?e s ofi? . roli;a Vt': ether.. H. infyron tobrdo Mlbstir ned . f o Ag. enques Mart in, F;S.S., anaging Director.. l HE HE COTO IL UTUAL, IFE L o orit blewhilthe sOtrehder .'Lue n i stirn t MUTUAL ? In?reium ...ASSUA. ' " C, L- DOW E BUSINESS FOR LAST YR.: S6.424 Proposals for £,50...
Correspondence. EXCELSIOR (23) V. FOOTSCRAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
'" Otirres pon oaence . ,. S.EXCELSIOR (23) ,V.. FOOTSCRI^AY'.-, . ,TO: T1I EDIITOROF THERlNDEPENDENT. i Si c,-This maitch was aerranged totakeplac. on Saturday the 2nd ult.,-' i'th? Fdotsdray ground, and when thd'Excelsior's team turned ip, it was, found tq lc, sfiort.- V. e thcrefore pickcd on. tlh bst substlutcs we .could ge rv hichwoul not playc st , iowinprin c son ;.at a "die andq e frqjn'Sanidrilgq,.a1ll.the rest, Witiithe Foot'i as i ea'sii te Wliei tliejt'leis Y~ v it i.was. ni . .ots cray would not play, owing.principally t'o 'son' of Ibehni having money n'the. miat.h, and alpo odsdts'od n Iarte si'of' ne or ?'wo. oftieir .,iinn, '.speCially one fr.om the'. Crliod;fri sItwent.' wcjlicg gtvento1 iin'tli'irton'ilthut '" iclihid ma'y with' a" thac>nposc` -of lmrcmera-'anil, rcsidents'on both sides! 1 - *,O *' r,-r -F, UP'TONF'Hon.S:c E ^F C *
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
ROUND THE WORLD.' " BY A FOOTSCRAYA\. IT was a foggy, smoky afternoon and we were not very faiorably impressed with our first visit to Lonidon.: iNe? t day wes were. taken: round I the business pirts of the city, .throuigh the different Exchanges, and down to J. McEwan and Co's., whre there her we letters waiting for us, with introductions, which llwe hope will be able to open some .f these 1big gates ' w are so anxious to get behini..lI. was introduced 1I a Melbourqe geqtlemas, who is here trying to get inofritioa t lion t 'slt siSlkod ? nl akig for a .1elbourne company, lie has haid a grea deal of trouble to get miy iiifribriiaion. a qt Sbturday we strolled thrqugh the British" Mseuin, onie can not see much here in a da, you need half a lift.ime to doiltproperly. In the evening, we took a walk through the aristocrat tic neighborhood of Seven Dials, then to Tra falgar Sqiafe, HIorse guards, Hqsie of Parlia. nient, WVstminister Abbey, then alongi the" Strand to Surrey -street, where...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
LTOCAL'BOARD O. HEALTH:.: Same councillors present.: The Inspector'sreport was received ahid read;. it reported favorably of all the places hitherto complained of, except that of M?r , W. Clancy who had been twice cautiondl during the month, for depositing blood. in .his.paddock' without covering the same. There was no other business. The Board then Adjouried. - ' na * IO A TOOTSCRAY SCHOOL OF ARTS .""; ' i'AND"DESIGN...... !',;"- . :Nei Q.iiiter comimenced on' Ocltobeil5th Subscriptions,g 6d.; er quarter.;, '" i :,t , dCla'seS meet'eve oryFnlay 7 p.3 p.*m':.i Draywing taught in.altlits-branches.ii ,yh ! ' l "r~f . ,i Fi ;+, I . "di/!'c, - . • i ,' , ' , " : 'it ,)i, : . 4ri John iDeakin' Secrtary.t; . d ii ) i s tii o ' ',ll i '' l " i rTH IEFOOTSCRAY ,,MECIIANICS'-IN "I STITUTEifAN D'.REEl .READING -I '.;- ,.ROOMI'ANDiLIBRARY.; fri i ' l• cE lIlltR SSUl?.CRITIiTir--2S 6d lY Q 'ATF.' Opeln ;,ievcryis cvening froin7j iyjti7ll,.* Daily, AVcekly, and..Illustratcd IPipers Scien tific J...
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1883. RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
Justice of Peace Court. 1Mosn.\ y, Oc 'oln R, I, 18S3. RATEs. The Rate Collector, (M.r Scholield), pro cccded against several people for the nun-pay ment of rates. In each case a verdict for the amount was given with 2s &6l costs. Mr Scholield also summoned a man named Willhnot for having an unregistered clog in his possession. Fined 5s and as 6d costs. TRANSFER. The license for the Stanley Arms I [old was transferred from Mrs Fenton to Mir Anderson. An application was also made for the transfer of the lteense for the Station llotel. The police applied for a postpmnenent as they had not made inquires regarding tle applicants character. The Police Magistrate granted the Iostpone Iment. TIlIURsDAY, OCTOnERe 4, 883. elnry Reddan, was fined £t for being drunk and disorderly.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
CRICKET. VlWhen first I started cricket I was young and strong and fat, With a tincan for a wicket And a paling for a bat. When playing with the other boys I mnade a grand parade Of how I'd slog the ball about, Andt this is how I played The bowler sent the ball along, lie made it twist and spin, It curled three times around my hat And hit mne on the shin. It made mtesing " Sweet Ilye and Bye" And various other hymns, Anti utter benedictions on The bowlers eyes and litmbs. One day.l went to catch a ball That scentemed up in the sky, I caught it, too, when it catte down Right fair between the eyes. They took me home right straight away, My mother site looked grave; She thought that I was dying fast, And this is what site gave A half a pound of ginger ground, (Site said I wasn't well) , Thllen in t whilte Siite castor oil, And then "sli tuook'a spell; A Iig Ily-blister ori Imy neck T'o case mle of mlly pain. Anti thin site took another spell And said she'd start again. Now when I got a...
BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 1ST OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL iPresnt Ci r McI?'.gan (President), Christii. and Flx herr TThce iniutes of the previoismiecting5iere read `and confirmed.` i:'&lt;.,, " &lt;:'-; The outiard correspondence sis al3n Mat :rand adopted:n$ The 'follo?ii?g coinmunications to . amendmncts to Locil Government Billk . Fronot' Wyndhm _Shire '-Council '.ising' having had. toscrew up tlheiimbeirs of the new, Exford bridge- -Approved of.. : ": Fronm Under Treasurer, forwiritlig; siuhsidy voucher of £65o0 3s!5d. The 'amount subse qiiuetly ientivcYi.:: ::..:,. . From Chief-Conmmissioitr :of P6lice stating thati Constable Battiscombe's appoiintment liad been approved of ait the timie-s nnd regretting that a misunderstanding between the members of the police force stationed at Footscay shiouild - have chused the 'Council so 'iuch trouble ?ntl inconvenience, that the constable's services could in future be depended on, and trusted there would be no further cause of complaint. :Receiptacknoowl...
Volunteering at the Cape. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
Volunteering at the Cape. By Zul.v. W\V were not really a cavalry troop, but merely mounted infantry, our horses being intended only for purposes of locomotion. Therefore, evenr morning, after falling in, we were "told off by fours, every fourth man's duty, being, in case of action, to hold his own horse, and those belonging to the three numbers above him. Now, there was always astrong disposi. tion among us, to avoid being a "caretaker," as it were. Nobody fancied the job-and the reason for this was, I think, not because there was too little honor and glory attached to it, (for the unfortunate, who had the bridles of four frightened, and sometimes almost unman. ageable steeds over his arm, stood, altho' he was a trifle to the rear, almost as good a chance of being assegaied or shot, as his more lucky (?) brethern in front), but because it was evidently considered " the thing" to be forward a bit, and blazing away, instead of standing the chance of being quartered, by four animals, ...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 6 October 1883
News :in. Biief i Diptheria at Carlton. Threedeath. Concert in" aid 'of lthei i Jybrooko State School Prize Fund next Flriday.s :: , Saind is very indignant at te'insult'ffered "o kingAlpthonso at-lParis .-x? X,. ?:, The. costs ini the 1olam ilivorcZcase are ,lid to be over £i,3oo.. ;f The. man" Corbett, the iCommercial Bank robber has been commintted for trial. The Sydney flagship Nelson will soon be in ITh.jc: e-OQrton clhimnti sysa) he is a Protestant anid never will trnsi a ?riesta:igan. -"1'he'Andtitr't(ommissioners aresnot to formi the Public Service liBoard after all. There will be '?li?? c-ifr some others. A youig .lady visitor named Smith was lhurnedt-to- ldent h-itVo.garoo through her.lair ratching fire as she ?as dtrying it.i I Fish have beiyrcry dear at Syldney. They are alwhay·siLherc.ralad solmetines- they are high as well as the price. t r(lteslate Sir John Q'Sliannasy r.,lIroIruwn less, atl'tlle' elhhn 'N. Fit?'crall, harve- been madle Knights Commandersoft the Order...