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FOOTSCRAY (First Innings.) [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

FOOISCRAY(Fwrtlnning.), Speneq bFielding . Nunwceek; b Hunler:l- :·. :;· s·· f r,~/ De ,neMv.hs'nb Fieldindgai!.ii'> i'i Baird, not out: White, bl~vio .... 0 English F. ot out : lotalt for. t~okoiY 93Ja hloowlinig Analysis.-bpcnco,.56bnll, 17 runs, imaidoos, 3 wickets, Nunwek, '6p boils, 2i. runs,, 2. mnaideris;' 4 soicketfs +''' ^ ""'

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

Our Building Society lThe mectingricalled for ?Tu-day evening at the TownllIll was as largely attended as the initiatory pneift:lo tl previous week, andl Hlii Worslhipe tl My or aga?n'oecupied p the chair. It w'~tstcidcd to goon swithi rules for the ioetty? ?ifSiainlho sew mwhich were considered suitable, an, d after somie lisussion the title was Titil as "The Footscray District Permanent Building So:icty." A proposition was next agieed to that the investing shares should Ie ao each, but on rule 2 fixin. the payment at oite shilling fortnightly,- tfe llarkl4pinted oput that they were. making itthiegher t?ty5i per cent. than the most successful soc.elies.intthe.. o?iTny,)' at i ircills 1 a ere only on- shilling ton -£2 shares. It was then agreed to make the shares £25, and the calls as proposed.. After considerablde uscless talk, the chairmnan oh strved thalt it would hd' 'iiiitossiblc to get through the business with so many speakers, and e suggested that a committee of seven shoult...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. FOOTSCRAY v. YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

:.' FOOTSCRAY, V. YARKAVILLE,.;'"y ":', A two clays' mainitchli between the first elevens of these -clubs wvas istarted foni : the; Footscray ground, on Saturday afternoon last; 'in !the presence of about }200oo specttiors Ai at'ptal wicket i;as prepared, which was the-first made on the ground tiis.season; anid fromtihe'maniner in ischicli it'played speaksvolumes fr thefiuture Yarravitte batted first scoring :41,Footscra at call of time, lost 4"wickets for! 93, iSpence play ig c fine free: innings for 4o, while N~u's week completely collaied the,,;bowlirig forihis' well imadte 29. The.mtch will lie resumed this afternoon, starting at three o'clockhaip,,: Ai. pended are thescores:'-?. VARtRAVILLE(Fit i'inn ).i : ' Hunter, b Nunwseek .: r r 3 Brown, b 'pence" : Nichots, Ibw-rb Ntnwael . ' .", " i" 9 lcDonald, c'eandb Niinwee©k .:-. t:-': 5 .Is McPheirson, bSine 8` Ct.mpbtllt?, n out , '- : ". ' . - i,<< Corby J.; b Ni?sck;' ":.' ;::' . White, bSl sncel ,, ;; ? ? ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

.TIME'' TABLE._-i w!r.: w'-': I.;? ;?;,,DW "EEK,, aDASS;' ·l: ."? " i ,spl.'tTO. 3 11 51.......3. p, , 7,59 .'' ;8n. 2.21· .7: 2 1 T r4 I n2 ;. 5. , . . . 659.t; . 2 9z5 83 ?' 84 . 6"44 929 932' 9 945 9o 911? '44 .. '54' -,9.57 1212 930. 941.; ,944 1'8 35 3, 3T " 3f 5 g ': . ' 4s 44 9951 3 45: 99 12.11 501"4 S. .m.: . pm , .Pm. 11 i'9 " ,1232Z: 2'5 , .4 o 1" . 444 9 2 9 1 , 2.1235 ? 2? 41 .71 44 ? 1 "'245" ''. 2'4 3 + 21 1"?1. 14 - : 559; ''2: 31 ; ' i3-.1,3 .. 41': 1 344 '-t," a3? 'S 345-ir ?"?O ', .? . 2 4 f13t 3'59 1 4.411? .'4. ': 3-30 .' 3 34,'. 3544 4',19 4 4 43: ,.14 5. o.4 :, ?:?41 : 4 , .14 ; ' d517. .: 4 3 4 441 4i44 : s. o 64 6 5..14 : u , . 6t' 64 '7'19' 0o tj45! .'i",6 7l1" 7-597' -12 1 0 7 ."' 7'41,' .7 744 JAo12of91: I ax,7 4 . , ,'2 o ', ?., !4" 90"9r l 9432; 945 9244" ;9+o:11 91n 49 513t?124 t G42 -7 2 ' , 124 , .5a 25 27,_'- 1219 3.94 ''i'' 'c f 90 9 11) ; ." . " s9.'15 94 -, 2 4. .j1 9 44'. , .- , ' _ii'. p44,3 ,7 7.11 4524 + .1 9 1 .14 'f.f45 I1. 1 '12.5 1139 (14...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

14 h?;l tfQTORIAINSURANCE iCOMPANY s.,.wikir , :i n .M LITMITED,'( .I- ,, i D.. " ?is i-CAPITAL". :t ooa-ooo 1 i" _.-. ,jji: Ch.?iae.n,-Hon .' IHENRY. MILIiER. . nYtIRC rMARINEi6IFE uid GUARANTEE ' - J:O.' E : COJLESSEP.reta O ,.OdLONIAL.MUT UAI'FIIRE INSUR \., f ,,;ANCE COMPANY (tmitedl; o;, li tlPR6sIITS zrliEDi 'iC?iB TrHiOI NSE SURED:m , ii o ' id Principial Offices'',i,'i," t l .lizanidn S6 C611ollihs street west "felbouie. * *) +, t..-'.t ... i ' .t + W. 'IT .JACK,. Secretracy -trtouProslcctuses,);,forms lof:propoi al,; andothcr S.m l. in'; formatibntto be obta.ind frm' in I'- : w; , ,or-.l. -. tl..,.w J! i 2 BARR ,' ??!: : j ' -i o!,b .Aehntfor.FootS?raandWVillianiistwri; "211i u1;nlE1.*COLONIAL MUTUAL! LIFE I :-ASSURANCE SOCIETY;. LiaITED. foU .ioMIUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE, ENDO\\W1 S2ir s MENTS, ANNUITIES:i . " ;!?,;w.. PRINCI;PAI.OFFICE:1 " " -.: & S:i6 COLLINS ST.iWEST, Melbomre. : '"i',.i - OFFICES IN ALLTIIE .COLONIES . ::, n H r? " i ! * 1' , tV i e "P res nd e ts ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Religious Intolerance. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

T:.The `concenirated attentionl that has of: late been igive?i to theoldgical :quest tions' in our communiity, th'ereagerness anid earnestness displa'ytId in al:the re ligious controversy th',t has been raging= point to a more: thanq passing lwaae Hof' unrest.' -;:raditional doctrines, creeds long accepted s'taniidards offaithl ta'it had :"'i?uired: a i certain amountl i ?,ecration vcn bi btheir aintiquit?i, igiouis beliefs iiii licitlyiind blindly3?i cepted .for'ages,, hnc'll" noa to pa? .:" almninc i?every thin,* try e:verthihl is the langAuinhi ge descriptvle oo exhortation o t-d etn:G;Clhri stia n Divine,. T' .ryi:all ':things :. pr6vel ?ll things," is no%'c receiving its liracticail application In the f-ice of lhis Sdrip tiurl exhortationl, ho ncvr, and in spite of the boasts thatt in:o'ur.comnunitituy i ligiois toleration: is' -maintained; thiOse magnanimiousispirits ii hostrive ii?itpar tialy and. honestly to arrive. at a trie idea of the ?IDeit)y; and a;- perfect., coin preh...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

Scrotnries of Crckt odFootboll Clubs' aercquet :.i to-send; ther reports of past Saturday'sina?tchesii no :-later: than: Tuesday evenng, in, order to? secur; :insertion., CComing fixtures will lbe received; up till \odnesray; ening.;

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"OUR HARRY." A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. CHAPTER XXXI. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

A TALOlEOF THE DIGGINGS. , C IIA PTER: 'X X I', "As one who 'lind from thewild o edsroar Hrs songes of birds in waving Wnodland deoll, "And 'hgh n uiir,the thrillinglarks up-soi, '- :. :s While thi eair, laden with the Ma-sweet smell, : 'Invies the storm-toss. d traveller in peace to dwel." uho', nesmo riier tongd b rln o 'sf itroile o the waryt ? nderei reches hoe and he arteh' s?" 'Caisps the loved ones 'ga'n, on kindred .oil; :: =;RA part oif have prseeuns to be felt on earti,!: Sthe pui?ti holie?t: thoughbs of those whoroam;: ::.i oAre centred in the ordc.aWifee Motheer! Homn !'' Tiloh cold bleak wind hal roared fur lyds icross the -widc 'Ailanitic and lashed the ocean .`i L ghI yiases wthat icr?shed upon the shores in thunder, unit h'eaped the. tangleit seawieed on 'thle' sternd;d:iThe gale had been fierce and Iong, but it hant blow? itself out, nd, now fori tie first tile' for m'aii~da's, the watery sun lookeid out and the aiggedi cloudt hurried away ienscattered frments, whie...

Publication Title: Independent
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THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

various timies in my life I j:?ive hea@rd?-aer?vlarge and selectedsssort : eriof ministers, =whose styles?of ain-i er thought, and. espression eiibaced a arety as 0 eatas. their. numbs?s each dstinct ofi:ts .nd- h.'`.le Ii tlistened to Shretlin ologia lelstump raced t eorsi ', a * fi-aming eyes , -As a contrast-I h sve seen th? esoft; soohing; ilk of roses manner, a.graceful a ounýreetrnsounding lhrases and the pert,-.Jackdaw assump -,pon of some epty rattlel his l'bldder, anid ex pected the audience towonder. and admire. I lve heard besides rep resei i; tivest ofa li6st6f blther. ciasies of i: jreachers,; and1 li ankGodiianii ma L e hyleer tinChristnitiyj stildfrle. i It is in none of these; howiverl tlmt the preicher at St. Jbhin's Church ,can. -blclastfied b/uttwll.leave those 'readers vholihonorcn e so fsar as to scan of my" estimate of the mltode anid a::inian s.ing?i!otes frnhmynp.,oin impressions. ; i . he:.Thchurclh i:nieat, tplain, -nsd slight r ~nedievaL n its 'straight ba...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

TO TIlE EDITOR OF TIF. INDEI'EENDD NT. Sit,--Your correspondent "Charity" in last week's issue expresses the opinion that "it is a great mistake on your part to publish those articles on the different places of worship in Footscray." I differ from him, and venture to say that, in my opinion, your action in having a -' look in" t the vripus churches, and iv ing your readers the advantagt of y'ur jdei. relative thereto, is not only legitimate, but 41ao calculated' to prove most beneficial. Parsons and churches, like other men and institutions, want looking up occasionally, and it will do them good. Honest criticism cannot harm anyone. So far as I am capable of forming a judgment, your statements have been candid, fearless, and impartial. Regarding the obser vation of your correspondent " that it is not . right to hold up the sacred forms and cere monies of any religious body as a mark of de rision," I greatly mistake your character, as shadowed forth in your sentiments, if you do not,...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

The, lank is next to the church, for the one cares for the salvation of the soul and the other the means by which the soul is sustained. The one is the deposit for our spiritual possessions, the other is the repositery of our earthly effects:- Wolfe's Schnapps combines both the spiritual and physical welfare of the patient; for whom it is prescribed. It is at once vitalizing, preservative and remedial. S OOTSCRAY SCHOOL OF. ARTS: F AND DESIGN.: New Quarter ebmiiienccil don O'ctobt 5tht. Suliscriptions 2s 6d, pler quarter. Classes nscele wysFriday-7_3o p es ) DraW i` tauht in all its branches:.' SLadies classes separatce. " ;.1 . .. ' t 3 - -oli D rak in eS eciretary T HE I OOT 'CRAV?I MECHANIC'S" -INtj STITUTE !AN1D: -FREE IREADING ri ts isROOM ANDJLIBRARYL :i .Ti7 Mem IEi'Suis$sciiRrio v 25 - s1 bQUARTERc Open e:'eery ?-evening? : from 7:: till ".o Daily, Weekly and, Illustrated Pipers, Scien tific Journals, and Magizines';onii the Tabl-es The lenfidifing library cdntains'20oo 0ol0...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A.O.F. Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

A: . F Concert:: . :-Seeral ot the members of tle A.O.F,Co rti Rising Soin, formed theniselves into a minstrel troupe and: gave an entertaiinment on Friday evening, Oct. Igth,- in the RoydilHall. ,There vas a very large attendaiice, the -gallery. being .well filled, as well as the body of the hall. "The first part of the programme consisted ofrballads, songs, etc., which were 'all delivered to 'the satisfaetion.of the' udience.' 'Sonieof the local hits were ,ery good, as instanced by the folloow ing "Why is the Footscray Borough Council like a lssnd infested-with robhisZuo~sse'nfebe: company. relied Becauise 'thiere are i lotto dogs in it. ': This;, owe , b er~ was not quite corriect, the true reply being, "Because i thei are uiroi s in i.t:', Another as, \" What is. the difference between Sergeant Gray, and Mr Sis s?"-"' Ohe' locks' the; cell' and the other. sells the lock.!': These are but saimpres of: the jokes which were: kept ip -.all through; aind. wshich at times, convulsed-:...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18. Before Messrs W. Mitchell and Morris, J's.P. THREATS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

TIttRSDAw, OCTOBER I8. Before Messrs W. Mitchell and Morris,J's. P. TIIRFATS. Robert Edwards v. Jane.Watson-Making use of threats. There was also a.cross sum mons of Watson v. Edwards, for using abusive language. Mr IIarcourt appeared for Edwards, and Mr Roberts for Mrs Watson. The plaintiff, who gave his evidence in a most peculiar manner, stated that he was pass ing the defendant's .house on Saturday, when she came out anti abused him. IIe did hot speak to her-had not done so for'three years. Mr'Edwards at first pretended to be deaf; but 4orecnhlInhtikp Jlbe-anasweled questions. put e Ti-T I.o erts in a very il .tn?. -- . Cross-examined by Mr Roberts-Have never been fined for assault in this court. It was his business whether he had been in any other court. Mrs Edwards knew .Mrs Watson. Saw her on Friday, when she said she wished she had burnit the house down before. .Mr Roberts, for the defence, denied the use of threats. If a person did intend to carry out such threats, would th...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1883. Before Messrs W. Mitchell (chairman) and Campbell, J's.P. A SAD WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

Justice of Peace- Court. MONDOAY, OC OlKER 22, I883. i Ileore Messrs W. Mitchell (chairman) and Campbell, J's.P. A SA) WRECK..' "WV. T. Barr was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Constable George .arrested the prisoner on Sunday afternoon about.four o'clock, when he. was in a lelpless condition. Sergeant G;ray asked for a remand of seven dlays. The unfortunate man, who used to oc cupy a resplectable position in society, had lately iecome a perfect nuisaince to iis family and the neighbors. I '1fe was evidently wander ing in his niind fromi the effects of drink. The remland was granted. YOU'otIIFUt. I,.i'RAVITY. A young ladl named Alfred lagg was then put forward on the same charge. Trooper ialltiscomlbe" arrestedl him on Sunday evening in the vicinity.of the railway station. The Chairman of the Ifrnch ivished to know :how it was blotl the prisoners had been served with drink on Sunday. Sergeant Gray stated that it was impossible to prevent it in some cases, as certain hotiels...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH CRITICISM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

CHURCH CRITICISM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEIENIDENT. SIR,-Last Saturday " Disciple" put to you the following query:-" Is it reasonable to ex pect that the Church of Christ would accept the thank-oflering of a man who refuses to submit to the authority of its Hlead ?" Will you allow nie the liberty of submitting to your corres pondent thisquestion--How can any honorable man attend the ordinances or submit to the instruction of a church which denies him the right to bear his share of its support ? To for bid a man-to. ttiake-an-offering towards the maintenaince'.of a religious institution into which he has a public right to enter, is to turn him into'the odious character of an ecclesias, tical mendicant-an indignity no right.minded mane ought to submit to. To accept a loaf of bread from a poor. neighbour, when you are able, to pay for it, is neither honourable nor Christian.-Yours; etc., IMPARTIAL.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 24TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

BO ROUTGH. i OOU.NCIL. VWEUNESIM. , 24T'r OCTaogpt, Piresent-The,, Mayor (D. ( Mitchell), Crs Cleghorn; . V. Mitchell, Cuming, Burrows. Morris, Johnson, Stephen, and G. Truman. . -The minutes of the previousmeetingwereread and confirmed. . CORRESIONDENCE.' The outward correspondence was also read and adopted. ..The following communications were received: Fiom .:J. Shields, calllii?gattention to a danigerous water-hole near' his house on the Geelong road.-Referred to Inspector of Nuis ances. From Stephent.England wishing to obtain some gravel, from the. local pit.-Application g ran ted . :! - t . . From F. Humphrey notifying that he had openedhis part of parker street, and requesting an early inspection by Council. ' i On'the motion of Cr Morris it was decided to leave the matter Lover for a fortnight, the Tosvn Clerk to get all letters connected with the question. From the Radihay Department, intimating that they were unable to accedc.,to request. 'maide to erect i laidies' vaiting-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 27 October 1883

:ý: -PATRONISE LOCAL ENTERPRISE: E. . G. SLAD E, ' `.ooW ST AT4ONERY, : _TOY, & FANCY GOODS ` 9r = IMPOIRTER1 " NICHOLSON STREET, FOOTSCRA1. 1 if- SEASON 38834 AUSTRALIAN. T-? AUSTRALIAN 'AUSTRALL ~:."A:;ir:.:-; . ' >:i: > CHRISTMAS ' ' CARDS" . i. , .: CARDS 4AUSTRALIAN AUSTRALIAN AUSTRALIAN. :" '- -' ".':: NEW YEAR o :.?+." iaNEV YEAR CARDS CARDS CARDS a 'FOR HOME FRIENDS S.` t ?';i FOR HOME FRIENDS_. : ': -I FO..: F, R-'?iOME FRIENDS.:i' ' M:ail Leaving 'Mlelbourne Novemnber 8th; Arrive in London December 20th . Large jAssortment of NEWV and l ? autifu Designs in :AUSTRALIAN CHRISTMAS - CARDS Suitable for sending to friends in the Old' Country.; Also ? a Great Variety of American and European : CHRISTMAS & A.? NEW ??A YEAR .CARDS Now on View at Cheap' Book and Stationery . Warehouse, NICHOLSON :STREET, FOOTSCRAY. (Next Independent Office) S INSPECTIaO N INViTED " ,'' " : .A " eautidul Selection of " BIRTHDAY CARDS Always in stock. MO '" NEY SAVED IS' MONEY E...

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DAWN OF FREEDOM V. UNITED TEMPLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

DAWN OF. FREEDOM V:; UNITED TEM1PLLRS* This niatch wi played last Saturday, at the Royal Paik, and was won by theformer by to vickets and. 3 runs. The United in their first innings making 3o and the Freedom 43. The United going in again and making 15, and when .time was called the Freedom had no wickets down for 5 runs. For the former, Watkins I4 (not out), and Chalmers with r4 nmade in grand style. The only one worthy of mention in the Intter being Patterson 9. In the bowling, Chalmers and Porter for. the victors and Chapman and Paterson for the losers being the most successful.

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MAIDSTONE V. YARRAVILLE (2nd). [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

MAIDSTONE YARRAILLE (2nd):;,` This mnstcli resulted in a iiin for thie Maid _stone by x, runs:'f'o The following aec the coat plete scores:-'> MAIDD 4EOZ . .YARRAVILL Watt , Ig Soiherland, "- ' ; {' f'ovao;.- s · Stoar '.. ;2.. 6 'andie;, .:=,.:' 0o Con'ben;.a "-°'eoi Smith, ,. . o MlcDonald, - Itlat aac ' a .Rodgeern.; l6 neorn3,n I~ini hind *C'ei. . .:0 5m ..i . Ataw y Toale-.

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FOOTSCRAY V. FITZROY (2nds). [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

ForTScAY v Friho~i(znds). This match-was playcd last Saturday and resulted in a win for the fori'er, who olbain?el 197: to their psonents 73 Lovett3o; andi Chalmuers 19 were tlie highest; scorers foTr the 'ionne' for whomo Kelly antd Mills bowled sutt cessfutlyhc lormiier takini g 6 for-;3 and the latter 4 for aS

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