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ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

:ANSWER TO CORRESIPONDENTS. '.FArlr.'.--Your letter arrived to late for insertioh in this issue, will appCae nexts ,ek.

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

Hospital Sunday. CHKURCH OF ENG?LAND. :Notwithstanding the 'inclemnent: state of ihe' Rev. H.;F. Scott, who preached the sermon, took for his text, Gal., vr-x. "As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men.i' The:preaclhcr'conimencecd his dicourse by reiarking that it was not strictly correct to say that. man was.as'God made him. The fact is, nien are in a great measure what they make themselves. Our good and bad habits had much to do with our human destiny. "He then went on to remark that sickness was to a great extent unnatural; it was largely self introduced. It' was a. right thing and a Christian duty to provide Hospitals, and sup. port them, but if. men would only.live soberly and wisely, much that Hospitals do,' wod'ild "t unnecessary. -The overstrain of work, the in iteilperance of luxury, the'weariness of idleness, the,strugglcs after gain, these were the chief factors'in ruining health and hurrying men to preimature'decay:, .He next proceeded to point outth...

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

T TO TiE EDITOR OF THE I..DEt'ENDENT. Si, -I think my last letter suggesting more charity in your critic's reports has done some good, ,or, most decidedly he gave a more moderate account of the service in the Rev. Mr Scott's church in Satuidiiy's issue. If he would only limit his remarks a little, and leave the forms and. ceremonies alone; I think le might do some good, for I am sure that by publishing condensed -reports of such: sermons ,as lMr Scott's, it-: would induce, people, to attend churches, etc., if only out of6 curiosity, and I only hope it will not be the last time he will be there, for I dan assure him that the sermon in question is a fair sample, and, that Mr Scott is doing good; perhaps more "than' he:'thinks. " Lookout" wants to know if a sermon is not as good withodt a gown or cassock? -I should say most decidedly "Yes ! " but what would be said of an officer inithe army going to battle withoit-his uniform?. Is not his dress a mark showing his authority to light the...

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

News in Brief. Diptheria is prevalent at Kororolt_ .? An Australian wine shop opened at Ierlin. Parliament will be prorogued .to day, at lcevenl o'clock. inMajor Sargood is to get a inisterial screw. le deserves it. /The WVeslcyan anniversary services come off on the 18th and 19th insts. German press indignant that New? Guinea tas not been annexeId by IBismarck :'" >.';' ' arliamentary. picnic on ::Thuar-say next,9n ionsrl the warship. Nelson :'Theibi, guns will r+ fb irionsal vi. rship; Nelson; the flagship of theIflc't-.An Austialini waters swill arrive inthe fl Karclii does notvinlhe Dcrby llay it vill Ie beca ? ii ome other nag got the bilge on h. L Dow sq.M P ha. kiniljprumisei i" o?~iark todevha t~ eJla iliehimeor in oaidlfthe iesen lalehanibns? Institui. - ti . :A r. ?u. Twioxternsise failiures'of" cotii brohersat jLivcribrl ':e'nibrce` l a iably, ' r nercy, oae nillion poundsl in - tol,:.::n t -e ' Thilnc e rian in th? ac'o for'lib??rel aimil ther iH ? R?r?u i S tAerona d...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1882. Before Messrs W. Mitchell, and Morris. NO CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

THURSDAiY'- 6V- MBERIPV'n I, I082?' ' Before, Messrs'; W'X? Aitcliell jndclMortrs M.,rs Flcming 'summoned: her liusband, Thomai Fleming fort"Ussailt YE'' This is either the sixth or seventh, time she! ,has proceeded againstrhim:at the local court in one" way or another, buitha's:never succederd in getting a conviction. Mr Price appeared for the complainant, and: Mr Harcourt for the defendant.. AMr Price in opening the casesaid that whcn the; parties: returned- home, on the last c?urtl day; the husband informed his wife that he was at liberty to beat and kick her as much as .h liked. On the igth, whilst at tea; Mrs Fleui ing reached over for some butter. 1 The defend ant then took a knife to her, and threatened to take her life if she took the:butter. She ran away, and was afraid to go near .hin again. Mrs Fleming and her daughter gave evidence as to the alleged assault.'; :.:. : Mr Harcourt ciontended that-there was .nd assault, his client was not summoned for threat ening language,...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. MAIDSTONE V. SOUTH ST. KILDA (2nd). [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

TO-DAY'S MATCHES. MAIDSTONE v. SouTr ST. KILDA (2nd). -On the ground of the latter. The following will represent the Maidstone, who are requested to meet on their ground at 1.30 p.m. :-Cant, HIandley, Irving (2), Iarrison, Shipway, Smith R., Parry, McIsaac, Watt and Govan; emergencies--Smith G. and Cutler. FOOTscRAY V. SouTIi MELIt.outNns (2nds). -At Footscray in the Gardens. The follow ing will represent Footscray:-McLeod, Scott, Comben, Copplestone C., Dean A., White, Spence, Nunweek, English F., tBaird and J. Mitchell. Emergency - T. H. Young. Umpire-Rev. II. F. Scott; Scorer-Mr Grey. Match to start punctually at half-past 2 o'clck. FooTscRAY AI.IIERTS V. ST. TIIOMAS.- At Footscray. The Alberts will be repre sented by the following, who are requested to be on the ground not later that 2.45:-Arthur,. .Cole, Emmerson (2), Ferguson, Graymore, McMaster, O'Halloran, Sheppard, Stone and Sawyer; emergencies-Mitchell, Payne antl Bennett. YARRAVILI.E V. IIOTIIAM BOHEMIAN. Members of the l...

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

Correspondence. ,'hilst inviting communicajtions and free di,:u.,ion on all quetilons of pthlic interst or utility the proprie tory will neither identify nor hold themselres responsihle ror the opinions enprenndel. The A?eo 6; dd addre?sof the writer must he sent with eech letteras a gtlmrantee of gooed aith ; hut the editor Swill exercise e the right of striking out any objection a'ble or personal references foireign tq the question .;ut issue.,j.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STAR OF MAIDSTONE V. McLEAN'S STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

STAR OF MAIDSTONE V. MCLEAN'S STATE SCHOOL. This match was played on the ground of the latter, and resulted in a win for the Star by 6 runs, the scores being Star of Maidstone, ro7 ; McLean's School, tot.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A LONDON BITER BITTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

A LONDON BITER BITTENJ. S,. .-,? ·- .-·- ,, c .-- /'"." ^-. ll.·.... .. The :'Wagn qbserv r pubishe sthe following from a crrespondent-lIt may.not be generally kn9wn that, within our district an extensive trip to kouiorrhlasi ut lteen made paftonised principally Ly Railway em.ployes. One incident. connected therewith is worth ren deriig, showirig, as; it does, that occadionally af'iian' from'the' country unnaccustomed to "city professionalism" proves himself fit to leave)hisinative sod. The individual alluded tb'ha-O always been considered scarcely up td par (to use a country phrase) in his top garret and learning that he intended joining the excursion his comrades thought it wise to warn him of the many traps with which the great metropolis I abounds. He was specially cautioned against the pickpockets who, ifhe was not careful they said would relieve him of his purse. To such advice he apparently took little heed though from what transpired it ;i .evident 'it was not without its in...

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

Educational; .. : .`. FOOTSCRAY: SCHOOL OF' ARTS -A '.r AND DESIGN. : i Ncw 'are omme ncd on Octert h.: Subscriptions-?s 6d. per quarter:".?..:; f?.. Classes nicet every Friday 7o30 p.m'.:; Draiving.i uglht in all its branches. :=' i'd ,Ladies classes sep'arate? John Deakin, SerLi THE rFOOTSCR AV MECiANICS' IN-: .; STITIJTE AND IFREEE READING' 'l:. ; - ROOM' AND LITilRARV, '-::.: Y '3, AMERLERI' SUisCRIPTION UAs 61 st E Ouitcc pen every" eveni:ng. front'' 7"till 10.: 'DaillyWcekly, andt Illustrateil 'Paplrs, Sciei tific. Journals, a .iild' Mgaines on :the Tables ThI ileiding lilbeary contamis zoo tuvoh nsc Lithrary and ebatig. Class eary Monda) School ofDesign ?er rla (Organist at St.John'sChurch Foutsc PIANOFORTE anCAINET ORGAN mond-street? Ndith Carlton .Imcal'sisdresii-.?.r ..J CCSchild?I?.i,. oOUTIIH :, MEBitOUR\NE ,.. COLLEGE, -:?iHNK: SITREIT, EMERlALI) IILL`'ii PitINcriAs.: THOMAS -PALMR; HB Iloniorman if Melbourne Uiiiversitiy IIonor iman ianiid .Trairicd .Techler of Eduicat...

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"OUR HARRY." CHAPTER XXXII. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

"OUR HARRY.." CHtAPTiVR XX. hx it C II A t'T F It \ \ I -. ""'ris the hour hesha?p facts fccs Ctluster round tie ta r li ," i " Xi?ngout! ye wedding tots, tif joyful peal. O ! the joy of that reunion. What pen. can describe the thankful pride of the poor mother, as she gazed on the bronzcd and manly: face, and well knit frame of her only son, so long parted from her. i The trustful, affectionae welcome of Isabel; shaded with naiden Itashiulness, that led her, after her first greeting, to rush to her room antl relieve her heart in prayers and tears of thank fulcess. Harry had but kissed tier once,buty that Iotk, as iher eyes met his, forced the cr: memnbrance of the pledge, "True! till death!"!' and he knew it had been kept, anti thati she' was worthy of him. To her' hei-secined as;' some noble hero, wlho had .battledl hard'mandl long in distant lalndsand now arrived,:bringing love and joy, and liberty, aihd jpaceintlo thciri lives, dispelling the glodm :-isthebstiin'does tliec mist-...

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ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

I ROTJ2D:'iD L iHE??RiLD. l--lci -' H ?oi, even te drk es i --:ntcrica speak of'itis- -Iome h se spent a the last week, sigh?ts seeinfi di d iaiking secirel short irips ihntothe ruriial listrit These seric ery' cnj oyable. e sishI could des ribe tehc country.°and the : sensatiton one feels on first ?s'in' hli-?t' -hash been impressed? upon :the imagmtimon by realihn ansln seefing pictures of Enghis hndis eapei , ndI canr only say thatihe reality``sgi- ii'ing ,and-: fulfils the ~pictuires.d frends: foi-iisat at1tochxill, u-·here su-i restl fun. iti,csc -is u -sther oldmiloltnot Bull ,blowing 'bout? su? h as idonkey riding,;etc Bat wlh-itss fureiintf p'oetainee to us?y`-oin ; folk e;'hliid nor fotu?s told Iby real Gips esi They wiere iswondeerfully? correct -is to ourpasst lives. IHao far- our fitturet:iill coriresponds swithbthe ?right visions they painted timse will tell. --, :- ."i.. k .. : ?t.i,, : northelii 'tripi, nil ''went-- -done I 4Ihad numerous? introductions to, factories ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

s pjfi _E O.oi s Ci t 41 O iý ?lYtii '-) sa .:t E NICWIO ST ~.ýýBUOO-ST4-TISONE ASY u FRFANYEND GOSODS, NIC OHOLSON SEENT, FOOTWSRA CRISESSOTMS ARDS ~AUSTRALIAN R1' ..! +f'! 5AUSTRALIAitN.- ". -, ,?:,' .j ~ flEri en HR TS AR CEWTARS ton L --iAUSTRALIA;r:.#.r :!=+.-z, .e~r;7;srr{? ). ri J r - NEWV YEAR -s-rs rA4ff-u CARDS'-' =;4c." FOR HOE O FRIENDS r FOR hOME .FRIENDS .FOR HIOME "_ RIENDS.;P Mail Leaving- i;elbourne Nsovember Sth, -Arrý ive in London' Decenmber 20tb. Large, Assortment `of NEWV and '-eautifo - Designs din~ AUSTRALIAN4ir?'?5: i#' 3 't -": C ,r ARDS SatbletWo'sending .to friends in .the Old Also a Great Variety' of, ;Amenican:' and - European 'CHRISTMAS '; NEWV YEAR:, CARDS :',Nov on =Viewitf A' `^&'t +.E'.^:,r 1'r _ -'ati '.ý" -^^.5ý"1' ; Y- 9:?-w. ,· 1 .5·· '.r;": Ch eap: - _ < ; .555.u b-ook aands. T Stationery1 ,- NICiiOLSON 'STRET FOOTSCRAVY. ------- (Next I odepidrtt Office) ....ý- hi Aeur Selectoidn o '- - :'~ Alwaysin stock. :,i',.: t- yD.. 4...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 November 1883

Death. CHRISTIE-.-On the 3oth October, at his mother's residence,Victoria-street, Foots-   cray, James Christie, the dearly beloved eldest surviving son of Mrs Keet, of con- sumption; aged 27 years.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOMETHING IN STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

S )ASilII1NGJ'Nd STOi.L'. A policemnan litrolling Gratiot avcnue .ye terday was called into i shoe-shop; tihe pro,,ri-' tWr of which is an hones', unsuspecting burgher, and: a. :k : : :. 1 "Can you tell me if Sheneral Grant is still in der city ? , , .. , . .. .: ,. , i ".Grant! Why, he hasn't been here- in a year." . ; "Ish (iot. possible?,; My frent, vhas der Bresident here about two weeks ago !" . " Vash der . a big riot down town tree weeks ago in.which some -D.itchmans got kilt?" '"No, sir." ; " { . " Vha dere some fdrryboats got blowned up ?" " Never heardlof -ay.' '- i ' My frent, ledt, me ask one more question. .\has some orphan asylums all burned up one, night-last week, and a!l der cedlelshildren roasted like. ducks in tder oofen?" SO f, course not.". I-, , - ;L S',Vhell, dot explains to, me. I have a poy Shorn.: He.vhas audt nighls, und he doan' come home. till two o'clock next morning. Vhen I sk him aboudt it he says some orphan. a;ylum burned, or some ferry-poat blew oo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cullings. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

Micnlenius,; swhon 'skcd "O ught &i nan of sense tod'mnarry?" riplied Iy inother ueiluioii' Do you think ,ni a min . of. sense; or not?' "reourse you are," said the other.., "Vell;' he rcjoincd, "I an married." is 1o-'; I:}:: "- DIOrENES..., Aristotle.used to say "l'When things are not we wish, we should ,yish,them tobe as they ( ythiagors. used ;to say,." All men det:lare that sound sense is the. greatest of~ blessings, ti few.lake the trouble, to acquire it.", i Diogeries rem.arked of people who payeatten tion to dreams that " they care. niothng about the acts they do when .wide awake, but care a great deal atouit the fancies they have in' their dreams. I ..~..

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ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

ROUND TTHE4TWORLD. :i, --?·- ? -·--- 7 -.;77~-i-€T?"-i-. -:,-- ?.- On ttonday tee tookli a tilidowi nthe 'T3e to Tynemiinth. 'This is '.one. of; tl-i sights 6o 'hEnlantd.l he diistance 'i about 12 iniles, and the river bank on botti sides is lined flie whb:e distance by hinmense worls-cities in theim silves--principally "alkali _works, shipbuilding yards; iron and cement works. ;On July 27th I aliled .n Norman Cookson, Es'l. to whom I.had letters. lHe is one of.the few aristocra is iho" are ir busiites , and lala'' liad andtl antiiony manufactory merely for the love of. it. He i ?? s .ispletdid 'man---a real g'entleman, frank anid oiitspokein, a'd it 1as a treat to have a talk with him. lie told ,ie all about the dilfferent ivorks;on 'the' Tynie?.aid said if I had seen Allhusin's I had "seen all the rest. Ile offered to help me, in any wayI' wished;' Iis works: ar aa' sildel of what a Iplace of that kind should li eamnlrill be tisfTil' to me in future as a standard-a sometLhing to' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

ADVAN.C.E . r lT Sc RAY^ :PATRONISE LOCAL ENTERPRISE. TOY, & FANCY GOODS IMPORTER, NICHOLSON ,STREETI FOOTSCRAY. SEASON 18834. AUSTRALIAN? CHRISTMAS . : -. . . . .' CHRISTMAS - CARDS AUSTRALIAN NEW YEAR . NEW YEAR NEW YEAR CARDS CARDS CARDS ,FORHOME FRIENDS - - ..FOR HOME FRIENDS.. FOR HOME FRIENDS Mail vi?e.ig M:ellbourne November' Sth ; SArri ein I.ondon December 20oth.. , Large Assortment f -NEW and Beautiful Designs in AUSTRALIAN. . . : CHRISTMAS' CARDS .Sitable for sending. to friends in the Old • Country Also a Great Variety of American and European CHRISTMAS&' NEV YEAR' CARDS --- Now oniView at Book,%,and ";. Stationery Wiarehouse, NICIIOLSONAISTREET, FOOTSCRAY. (Next bTdependent Office) - - S,-INsPEC?T ION ..INV IT5E D. . " .. -A -Beautiful Selectin of;. BIR y H. CARDSs _Always - _in sto _ck. _ ".MO-EY SAVED IS-.IONEY EARNED.': LAUSCEN:.,-iAND .'FdLEY, .... The GRF-T'C.ASH . FUFNISII TIIHROU;IIOUT ., "WAREHOUSE." L 7OURKIEI S lTREI; EAST (late J. Stana) .'s •...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

'IIlL NATION?L- - BANK.. OF 1 tAUSTRAILASIA. :. (Incorporated ty Acts of the;Victorian, Sotith.Australian and \Western .a - :" Australian Prilametits.) sCAPITAL £1,oooo (;In 200 cooo Shares aof e5ach. CATALi ; r.. . ::£Soo,ooo R ?SERV Fu ND :; .:.':...... .::..- 295,00o' COPRNER OFi',II .DE xNi NAPIEIR ST. ilds D?iscounted : Deposits eccived: i cl' Int-rct ? llowid? D th ere"on.' ..,'=, '"{. En...OIO , 'Drafts issied on Engianct itd the Cotoniis Sihec Fooscray, nod .\Vilhmstown BIn ank hs ,been opened at the -Auction Rooms o.Mr, P. A. Salmon, Nicdolson Str?et, FooLtsr3. 77ne: marngecr will attend for ftnninctin' of buioness 'ie , 'Tuesday' momningftmm 1o to'n o'clock.' Loain grantld on ptr sonal or other securities from js .upuwds, rcpayaubl by wely or monthly instalment. - - -, ' i ; " ' T. I; PFIMHEIRTONj Manager:' S: - P. 3f.'SAI.MON, Agent.': N. B.-The agent iill attend o all busincss during absence of manager. ] .. , -. : Dressmakers;: ., : 1ylISSM A : EC:UT.IIIER TK SO SWishie...

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The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1883 Victoria for Victorians. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

"ONWARD AND UPWARD." FooTSCRAY, SATURDAY, NOVEMIDFR I0, IS83 Viotoria for Victorians. THE importation of English men to fill the highest posts in our colony has been in the past a failure, is always deadly opposed- to any dembcaticr principle, and is' enough to make' the :-natives stand forward and demand that ."Vic toria should be for. Victorians, and for them alone." -Of course in'usiiig the, strictlyto those:born on the soil, but in clude men who left the motherland in their yoiig:i manhood; and. trod on' piercing thoris aiiid endured anid isuf fered to make the colony: what t now is-men who 'have. spent: the greater part of their lives here, and are as much Victoridans -as '.'their ? own ' sons and .daughters.:" Enjoying a peculiarly; salu brious. climate, surrounded by all the institutions of an advanced, enlightened nation, there is not the slightest .doubt that we 'cari find nienin our midst who' are equally capable with any imported imaginary " great giin." Time gifter time ...

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