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HOTHAM IMPERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

HOTHAM'IMPPERIA L ",HcooId, b CoppIrconet ~ ;Roane, it Scotc : o ...': O'ldoa, cfleon, bSott3 Bnrin, c Bennett, b Cppplestone > Cl enrys HH.CopplentonebCoppleston'e iaantn bSctt Mo n~olan; b Stott ~Y~' r;:sl: `''" can oum · un4t - '.~r ,~ , l erean, bComben Mtetden, c rencit, b Scott t,;Steooetinotout-'_=''A"' 'ý- '-. 5ot Sundnsn, - . _ S'rTot'I '64:'

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTSCRAY (2nd) V. HOTHAM IMPERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

FooTsCeA (2nd) V. HoTusAri IMPERIAL This matchiwas played last Saturday, in the Ro?il Park, ti resulted in a win for -the former,; wiho obltained 89 runs to their opponi eits 54.: Several o'f the wivinners got into double figures;; the batting all round bring good.: H, Copplestone quite excelled himself behind the sticks.:: Iii the bliowling departmenit,. Scott took wickets for 20 runs: The following are the scores =.,.. FOOTSCRAY. ? 'Scott, bTtl nts :; .: - ,i?.'_.:.. . :'t. ..French, b Ta lant -'" , . : tersbtrick run t out57 Combenos bO'lara :'. s Coppistone C.,b T llint " ..; ;i 1 " 8t1 7'?.n`4 r unot-·!: ,··d, i;.; y'?.-:". ?:? - :"L,+?o.?q "Tois °g

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lodge Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

Lodge -Futures. ;€own or Success LODGE, G.U.O.O.F. I'Monday, November 5, at Belgravia Hotel Geo. F. Sutherland, Secretary, Leeds street. LOYAL FOOTscRaY LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F., No.. 5631. - Monday, November. 5th, at Lodge Room, Royal Hall, at 8 p.m.. -?:MATrEU PARLIAMENT.-Every Monday at .'Mechanics' Institute, at 8 p.m.-Mr. D. Warren, secretary, Whitehall-street. DA-wr or HOPE LoDGE, I.O.G.T., No. 253. Meets on Monday evenings in the Metho dist Free Church, Anderson-st, Yarraville. P ROTESTANT ALLIANCE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. -Wednesday, Nov. 7th, Belgravia Hotel, at "8 o'clock. - J. Greenwood, Secretary. -Ryan Street. LOYAL YAiRVILLE LODGE, NO. 73, I.O.O.F. -Meets on Wednesday, 7th November; at - U.M.F. Church, Anderson street. James Baxter, Secretary, Castlemainestreet, Yarra r; ville. DAWN orF FLREEDOM LODGE, .IO.G.T. SEvery Wedesdqay at Royal Hill.-Thomas : Hunter, Secretary.' - - -LOYAL BUCKINGHAM LODGE, I.O.O.F., No. 75, Thursday, November 8, Royal Hall, at 8 p.m.-W. Harrison, sec., B...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YARRAVILLE (Second Innings). [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

YARRAVILLE(ScndInnig ). Hunnni; c''bNunwreek °i ^ k 4; _ '.B :munn 'rnn' out'--. .. .,.;. . s. Corby C., c S: En lzuh, b Nnnunn .icDonaid, F. hnglish;bSponun .i - ·Fidtng, b Spenc ,::; rcPhhnutn, b Nunor l (nmpbdl; b I~unnnoel ·..ý to'"'.. ·: teii, not out C penucb3 b _pnn ' iho.,(a cn) _ - . .o Sundrinrn. '-"' .. nd T tal. 78

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. FOOTSCRAY V. YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

C8 GRICKET. "y !~::EOOT5CR~i V..YAAitAViLLe.;.; os.The match i~twcenthc .filrstci.en . ~lec clblis ?asc??ocludedl lasitStiirday and rslted in ariholoi-o'? r for"tlic . foin. Ori th;0 prcilis Satiirdaiy, thc Sirri?ville ?i dle 41 fin theiir fir~itinings, ind tilii: Footscray hid furdi' i ickics lown Ther 94.. ic l:itter. continiiied lifciVjnnm;, u liith' rema?i n mgmen ilid not mike al dengtlicncd s~ihod, thei last wsicketPiltt in'I: for? i'ui ins The Yarraillec iiieh g~if, i, ent to the ivickets;,but Speice ai f idNulii vek wIere ontfmnoi o?fo the' fofe ; aind.in the space of i .,very short'timithe visitors, who batted one man shiit,r??iealfdisposedlof for 3,runis. Ap ended ie thefull scores " )-f"U FOOTSCRAYo]./"?. ,": d i.t;.pnce?' Fieldingc" - . : Nunee; bHunter: -: :? n Blb ieldic g ',c=e :..b 'Ft .'-?' While, h urlby.; y : ...'. .sogt.Enih;l Fh ! e ic Orby',b.Fieldingr"<?' z.? ., t. "i'eng S.,hl Corby:?-I q ,, ."L 2: :(;siatand 'te b Cu ·i'" Joh'fisoa, hot'66t::b?"'?...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1883 The Work of the Session. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

"ONWARD AND UPWARD." l'OOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1853 The Work of the Session. VHATEVER. may be: affirmed- as to the adlisability and morality of coalition Governments (and they are seldom popular), it cannot be questioned that the ,labors of the Service-crn-Berry Ministry during the session of Parlia inept which terminates to-day, have been-gratifying, progressive, and satis factory.' Prognostications of a short tenure of office and fruitless legislation .were not uncommon, but those who in 'dulged in them must own that in both particulars they were mistaken. There were special and cogent reasons why a fair trial should be given to the strange combination of parties. The country 'as weary of strife. 'phe long struggles during the Reform Bill agitation left both parties, exhausted, and eager for an equitable basis of compromise. Be sides this there was urgent need',for progressive and practical legislationdi hence both sides hailed with pleasure at the termination of the last ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

ROWING. The -Amater Sculling race between our "tlenion stroke," T. Wood and S. Brett, of Sydney takes place on Wednesday next, on the Loiwer Yarra. The race is from Dukes' Dock o IIHumbug Reach, and will start at about five 'pn.o Both the competitors have been training for some time past, and both look well and confident. The Sydney man, whose height is 6 feet 2 inches, has a nice easy stroke, but does not seem to get over the water vcry fast. Wood is sculling in his usual style, and appears to havicgreatly improved in speed. Although his oipponent is not so "Green" as his last one, still: we have every confidence in Mr Wood's ability,'and.trust to see him add another to his Iong list of wins, on'.Wednesday next.-. ' ' i?c.:They say that the "Demon's" face is like-a fiddle and his arms like a how, not that the one is long and the other attenuated,, hut that:he has trained so severely; that hlis nuscles and' teidons :standl oit like the well-stretched striigs of ain instrunient,: and...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WANTED ADDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

WANTED ADDITIONS.-At the desire of the Board of Advice, Mr W. M. Clark, M.L.A. waited on the Premier on Wednesday and urged that immediate steps should be taken to carry out the much needed addition to the Central School. Mr Service promised to attend to the matter. ANNEXATION.-The resolutions adopted at a recent public meeting in favor of annexation in the South Pacific, and endorsed unanimously by the Borough Council, were presented by Mr W. H. Clark, M.P., to the Premier on Tuesday last, and on Thursday were laid on the table of the House, with other similar documents, all tending to show that the Gov ernment is supported by the public voice inr the stahd taken on that nuestion'. CHANGE, BUT NOT FOR TIIE BETTER--lt is not often that such a mistake ismade as to accept a one pound Sydney note for a five, and to give the change of the higher amount, yet such was the case the other day at Mr Foote's drapery establishment. The lady from Yarra. ville who received the change is requeste...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

.Sporting _ Sccrtar e r Criket and Football l(luL arm r?quasted to send their reaports of pa.st Salurday's matches not latcr than Tauday cvcning in order to secure insertion. Coming fixturon will be receivedup till Wednesday evcning.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1883. Before Mr Shuter, P. M. CHANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

Justice of Peace Court.:,?? ;?$ MONDAY: OcroU?ERi2? 1883;"s: . Before Mfr Shiter, PM.' iCHIANGED. W. W.T. Barr,: wiho: had; been remanded for seven days, for medical :iieatuient 'was again broiught up. `-The chanige semed to haiv dohni him good, and he presented a far dilTercnt aP. pearance to what he did the Monday previous The old gentleman was allowed to go on pa) ment of five shillings. NEARING THE CENTURY. Maggie (better known as Peggy) Jones madi her ninetieth appearance before the magistrates. The offence was the same as usuial-drunk andt disorderly. Sent to comfortable quiaitersffor tourteen days. :..' THE'LIE DIRECTS! :'i;;..;.;,; Henry. McGuire .was charged wvith' bein drunk and disorderly, 'When: Constable Smith was giving his evidence:jth'e prisoner interi jected "You're a,- b-= liar I" . iThe r'ie mark was repeated twice. The Policee Magis trate sent McGuire to gaol for 48thours':tor contempt of court, and remanded himifor.: week on the charge for which he was arrested....

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Volunteering at the Cape. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

_Volunteering at iieCa .yZULU.:,.: -A.:fatiguei.party;was. told off, to diga grove, and our late eomrade'was 'buried the'same afternoon. : The ceremony;although" devoid of the usual military display (for wre had no d'anid) was impressive enough: Captain B riead -the Church. uf Eriglind, burial service, and the corpse; wrapped in a blanket: and piece of tari. pisiulin, laid carefully ini the narrow bed which we all have imade downHifor us Sooner or later, Wi gase ltmi iihlee volleys and i l returied to camp, certainly a little siddcnid- not perhaps becenou', of: any iumrrous or- peculiar;virtues that the deceased had." possessed,:but becausi in a small: commnunity' like ours, evrin 'single vacancy is noticed. - Collecting togeitheir the bodies of tliLe' seven Kafirs whso werr slain, around which the " tcsvi ges" (not belig ac quainted ivith the Dutch IlnguageIspell, this plhoneticaylls) btitheyare imimense vultures seere diready hering ii atticiliatio nof their horrible feast; ve'int...

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TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

- 9l';ir;fT ... .T ?r' L"E., I-.. ,: itiY.ºRRAVILLEI ~i ,,. :MELIOU.'~ ` ý ."°. ' L 3=U N 5. ' - , {r-' `' " zA ?|A?R'-7 0 )-:rlv "tf -:..'Yr ri: U.:: ýr . r ,iii ý Irtr 8 S. ,' tt ,,I?8, :/ , n', rio ? g3? ,3 ?s! 'I; ' ?'°ii7:-'i° ,ii-i.?< 11,i?,sg:?? 7=17191 .' sng' l? F7 i3'p : %I:g;I.': 7-al; Z? 5,- 14Sg]' 1" 5,30:1;[ 4' ,.;' ZNL4,3 i; I:,43 _."$i6Z591' -o725P .?I :,66:6 " 59'. '7+l .;7. . 5 ? ,s., 39.s , : l=( ^ .+i+r-s log: . ; 03a . -' 5: ; ' - . 9. 4":? 57" ; o' o ° /? t .3Y)- 4"· .}0 44iy } v, -'12 44. .: =i 32.121(2) C:: ~·55.S 'b2' 59.: 1 5":io~.. 9'05 ..". 59: 4', _ ". =x .. . 3'od 1 ; 4")' 3,4 .14,9 k413 ý, 1, 443 ' 'I 4!9 ) 41 . ,4 1 _ ;a "S ~ i .y 5j 3 : E 4 . .f0 { : f ,- .- 5 a 4·'d ..,~ -"3 a.m _ n t. .-L p{I.9 . I~. q m , .535. T ,g :ia'rrr "'z 3;;-' rr.3:,. i::i::I::al. " i 79. :3 1 12. 3'S:, ,"o '- q a! 51) S! ? 35' r55: , :. S, ..q 3 : 6~~s7 6~:lil'.s '.6. , 8· *6 6 ' 5.37 95. 9 .36 939 ;FAIiEB _ p,,, 'OOTSCRAV TO. S.40NF , TO?4iLSSIRJE ris 'j.S 4 Se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

ý SUR TCB.' ·'; SUR ' .-`'X-TICTORIA-I IiU .4AN.CE .COiiMCNY, Chairman [baý. IICN RaY MN4LLEW ' FIRE, \[ARINL, LIF, endGUARAýTCE :,:ý ·:"·t;JOSLI'II COLLIE, Secretary.-,: [,24 Markctstrect; M-Iboutie..rn.e . f.,iV. M .;CLARi, Agent f4r looLcy. (7' 0NNAL MfUTU.II ,!FIRE,, INSUR 1C, ,.ANCE COMPA'i (Limited).;;. IKoFITS DI IDRD \.iTH TIHOSE INSURED. rincipalOffices :. ";8 {isd6 Collins street uest, Melbourne. . IRE,' '[8AkINE, ,; FIDELITY AED 'GIAwRmaZE bsiewrEs Acceren AD j Gwgi!CjRfVIT R1,of PtfltE~trrie P~osecti' frmf l , anl other1 in orma~tiotto be oh from ; :ge'nI (o Foot W~ uVonsst[gtL TlE' C~jN IA.i tuTA L.: FE :.I~i]{kI" MfNCE4Nr36 Tim ~ ~ ~ Fi~ Hu i [LGy: The HoiSir wox'hi "- "ý I ýL[CL1tý ft ·t·-fl!' hep~ty-VhaAr~ta..t ý,A tf r.{.r i' Tie lioce1.A. T. {ii : /jIaiga sjio . H. lir IrS af e Aclc~oun:,,'0V - T. Jaqume Mipan; in DiTrector. ...i:,:": 1i'flL FrATrosr... iri * ` Polide'' axe. - - uIitional,: unchulltagcabl -' .*l 6llfi d sredrvle sSiin pap o A Alli. 1x~,a. toih rhka...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

SI N M A N, ::.:Of the Station Hotel, Footscray, : Wishes to inform his numerous friends that he -will BET in the Paddock at Flemington for Cash Wagers only. WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. FRIDAY, -NOVEMBER gTl, (Prince of Wales' Birthday.) The Special Trains leaving Melbourne .for the course at 12-10 and 12-25 p.m., will'sdtop : t _?scraSy Station to pick ulpand set down p -ieengas-Retu?n f-rom couser at .5sand 6.5 p.m. Fate, is 6d return. .. FW.;SSUTTON, Secretary. 'ME., VfJR N E: CUP M 'MEETIN:G. - ,P N T1 H O-TEL- F'O TSCR A'Y : " Overlooking the Course S J. CLARSONVwho.has recently taken 1. possession of the above Hotel, begs to Sinform intending visitors to the races that his paddock,, ajoinng the Saltwater river, has a commanding.view of Flemington' aces'un surpad' y the Hill, and free from dust-and noiifsame 'J Accomodation.forall vehicles free of charge; ; : .Best Brands of Spiritsaid CiArs only kept. SN.B.-Boatingi aid Fishing Parties accom *-modated. '' " . , ' . S Church .Notices. ...

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DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. Henri Rochefort. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

IDSTINGUIS1ID bs'TATSMH.s ' I 'ASrE s'afes ecl~ks'rcsr from our short 1bipgraphicl skeilih'esyj; :e . iiend i'"r tume themi:agnin, chposing as the, sub ject of the first few articles the' man iwho, .of all'the conspicuous Frenchmen of the .present ceniury, inderwient the greatest reverses and most iterrible ad' versity, but whose, heart, though bit terly scarred, remained mild and gentle in spite of all its chastenins. '1 he ter rible events which fell upon him throughout the course of his life never embittered it-they always had an im jlo9v' EEr1c, :and fron-.-" . e-es : never-:faile?to, profit h) iiihe lessons which 'they.conveyed. 'he imminent danger, the hairbreadth escapes through which lie passed-which were terriblc enough to make the hearts of ei e brave men quail -partake more of the nature of romantic storics than of reliable! histo6iyi: So much has been: written aboutt 1'ochefor 's e'arly life arid stibse quent ciareei;by his enemies as well as by his friends; that it is n...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

Take of GenieG, the O?estyo can lid,! With the purest amnd highe t of ipiris e??i bied;'" The juice of the hbrry, the?si?Lce, a: fo'n. In the forests of'Switzerland, prized and ri normned.: . : Just tioil them together, and draw off the scuinl, And WoLtrr'i SclthoAlts is the residii-ihiit. ~ [After Gilbertanl Sillivan's ', Paiictir.e']

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

THE LOOKOUT. 4'fLook out dowln thurt' for Itm about to shbot." IY"ANEE Porr: I have watched the action of P arlia went duririg- the present session, and !looking back. at the stormy stonewall days of the Iron-hand iperiod, and the stubborn; unreasoning, vindictive op ,iosition offered to all attempts at prac tical legislation by the two Berry minis trie', followed by the wholesale squandering corruption of jellyfish Q'Lo hlenism, it was. pleasant- to ob serve tlhe steady earnestniesi thrown into the work'until Emnerald Hill with insane folly made the pot boil over. 'swo thousaiid yeirs ago tli? said: that !, a-little ,leaten leavine the 'hioic lump," and to-day :ve hiae asforciIle and by: no, means, pleasing illustratioi of the truth :' Gaunson:swith, nforc"tha'n ororifry tfalenit if it ?vere' ;hd<'od? mastered by inordinate vanity and-love Saf~notorietytisrthe 'learien thaT s?oiffs Parliament, and thebuffoon of politics, and,one hardly knows svhether- tqklanife him -most...

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"TO A KINDRED SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

.'TO A KINDRED: SPIRITF": . - I met thce wheiin iirt wstree And thine with rief was sore afflicied With.i troiles thiait had smitten thce : All long and long ago predicteld.:- ; I saw thle smitle, sid ssset sinile' A monients joyotis subshiine making' It rday'd around thy tips the iachie Thy. weary, weary heart was ach,.in. And as I iondered o'er thy pasti, Ini direims liyila.y or nijtht direams sleepinOi I felt that I hadl fmond at last ' A loving" kinided spirit w?epelin :' I could have clasped thee to my bre.as?:i As'though thou ~tert a sister dlying ;',,, "i. .For how can kindred spirits rest. : When one can hear the other 'sighingn.a n

Publication Title: Independent
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Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

Mechanics' Institute. In accordance with an advertisement calling a meeting of subscribers for the purpose of electing trustees for the new site for an Institute and Free Library, about forty members plut in an appearance on Mondlay evening. The. President (I). Mittchell, Esq., Mayor) occupied the chair, and after stating the object of the meeting, said he thought the first question they had to deal with was whether the trustees of the present site were still in power, and if the transfer could ie made without their consent. Out of the original seven he only knew of three 'ali-"c, iwo of whomn-Messrs F. Ilumphrey and J'i'oung-were still in the Borough. The best waywbould be to get the present trustees toiact. for the new site, and the meeting to aplpint four others to be gazetted with them. Tperhaps Mr Clark could give them some inforiatlion on .ibe subject. . -. 1. Mr W. M. Clark said that thegentlemen ap pointed when the land was first gazetted to be permanently reserved were stil...

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CHURCH CRITICISM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

:.TO Tit I ?titTiit OFtitiE iNDE.;t?f?IENT. S itE wish "Impartial, hai answered my queryof the:oth btit I?suppose he had his reasons for not doing so. He asks-mine.how. anii iy lihdnorahle man attend the ordinances or suhbmit.to the instructions of a church, which dlnis lhitio4he riglit tobliear. Jik'slbnre of its siupport.".::I do not kiow whit the ordinances are toewltch hcr iferS. but/I 'think? Iha¶ ;itiy Jonorable tnan cani subimit to li taught the ivay .of: salttidn?whithout paying for it. "To one who believes that Jest is ithe,.Christ, but who this 'ndt obdeyct Him, the instruction is simply$,;i R ent and be baptized in the nanme of l Jesus Christ trsthd retitssion ofsis',isnliyel slil recei?e the ?tft of the IIoly Spirit. If lie isubiit' i : s ?iLch?ig,':het then has the privilege of contributing to the fellowship, but if lie refuse to oljcy, why should hte ,ivisli0 support a church to whicl lie.IisJapposed ? When inan enters 'thbt"idligious institution," whi?hl?sfthlbuilt on...

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