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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. FOOTSCRAY V. FITZROY (2nds).—At Foots. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

TO-I)Ay'S MATCHES. Foorslt:RAY . FI'rzRo (2nds).-At Foots cray in the Gardens. The following \rill represent Footscray :-Bennett, Ierric', Cpp plestone (2), l)ean, MlcMast??, lMcLeobd, Shfp herd, French, Scott and Hargis; ep~lrgepey 'Pattinsodn. a . . W -ST ?IEI. ODR.E [?NITED y. MAID STONe.-At the .I'oilpt ltYf, Swpinp road, The fllolting will represept the Maidstope: Ilapdley-, ;ovap, Smnitlt , Shipway, Wcst, Parry, McIsaiae, Watt IHarrison, Cant and 9i9pg T. e?lergencies-Smith and Ihving.

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

The Evils of Gambling; A, BRILLANT daiy, albeit ivarmn, attracted one huidred and twenty thousand pcr-' sons 'oni' Tuesday' last' to' witness' the Cup run. This was the irgest gather-' ing ever assembled in this hemisphere to see a similar e-erit,' and he: questioi' arises, to sliwat does'this 'immense 'con course of well-dressed,. well-behaved,; and 'for the iost part veil-to:do peicople who annuially 'gather at the Fleminigton' racecouise; tend ? Is it: for naitinbo weal, or i ill its infiucrices prove in jurious to the social habits of the coni: munity ?' This will greatly depend on the' attitude of'" the" public" sentiment towards the gambling 'propensity.,now part aiid parcel of 'he fine old English sport.of the turf--on the position as sumed towards' it by the press of the colony, and.th efforts put forth by the Government to cuirbt and keep it -iithin moderate and legitimate bounds. To horse-racing itself. 'there can, be no reasonable objectionf 6fiered. As a pleasant pastime...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTSCRAY ALBERTS V. ST. THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

YOOTSCRAV ALIIERTS V. ST. THIOMAS. This match was played last Saturday, at Footscray, and resulted in a win for the Alberts, who scored 85 against their opponents 40. O'tlalloran 24 and Emmerson 12 batted well for their respectivescores, and Emmerson Bros. divided bowling honors.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH, 1883. Before Messrs D. Mitchell (Mayor) and J. Campbell. NIGHT HOWLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

, Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, NOVEttCtITR 5 1, : 83 :Before Messrs ID.-blitchell (Mayor)"ad : J. Camipbell. NIG|IT.;IIOWI.EP%?., .. "' :Thiee men niamed 'Scott,:.Ryn antl Kelly were charged, with insulting, behavior. They pleaded, not guiltjy. .' i; Constable Ilonnetl~deposed 'that early 'on Sunday niorning, October 2Stlh,.he met the I"rsii.ers in Barklystreet. They W?ere kicking up a great noise, shouting and'swearing at the tot of their voices. Scott was sober, but the other two were drunk. : Constable Rosengrave said that he was on dut?y on the. lower bheat, dowrn ntear the river, on the night in iluestion, and;heard.sonie nmen, howling and yelling. lie followed thenf up anti found the noise was created bIy the three prisoners. IPrisoners said they were only having a lark.. Fined ins. each. The fines were paid. ... NO I.IGIT. . Richard Hlarris was fined 7s. 6d. for having no light on his dray. . •AD LANGUAGE. A respectable looking boy. named IArthur Perl was charged with maki...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KOROROIT CREEK v. POWDER WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

KOROROIr C EKivi V1 1'o WDEER` WVOs. The albove match wts plnyed last Monday, on the ground of the: orimer, and resulted in a win for the latter by t6 runs. The scores being Powder Works,'42 and 43 h ororoit, 27 and 42.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Peripatetic Musings. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

Peripatetic Musings. Dr. O'Dohertv nmu:t he an ancient and jocose fossil. "In presiding over the Irish Conventiqq at St. Patrick's IIqll on Wednes day last, he gave certain information concerning himself which may be interesting to those who like to read the memoirs of traitors'or study the ethics of agitators. The jocosity of his nature may be seen in the fact that he claims peculiar qualifications to preside at the Convention from having recommended the Irish farmers to rob their landlords. Dr. O'Doherty, M.L.C., no doubt is a man of property-perchance has tenants-what would he'say to those princiles which taught men in Queensland not to pay him their rent? Oht but-that is different of'course-What is good, however, for Irish tenants may be good for Queensland ditto. We once heard an Irishman inveighing heavily against the tyranny and harshness of the Irish .landlords, 'and in the same breath give a house agent peremptory orders to turn a faniily,-two weeks behind in the rent of a ...

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

. ;'*,FOOTSCRAY`! '.;: Srinc, bTh9mr psn ;": ' ;. ':1;'; lu:; hie; "Sl~n~- ~ Mi ilchcllrun orn -^ S* Sc notb out fp' .* * Dean, btThompten-....;.;..:.-' · .... C . Coppleslone c and b;~lrhpoinennn<;;?^S'.i'si Nunwcci;notnout -***;'*; - F. EnEligh4b'Thompson"'. :; -;^ :,: Young, no lou t 4,-;,* * " '. Sundrinew, ia -i -, 0-, - " 'olal nt i (or 'ig;ht oteeitio· -* : . 'n T

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

[30 1RN ` # I. YAMELBOURNE "'"'L7ORL 1'· 5`59, ,; r2' ;<615.y ,_:i5 S r . 6: 6:" 0 ' .,i" 1?31'-' r019 7. 7151, 6397 776.467 :649. x.29 `?(¶a.j3 -745' 'i7,: 7 a.s4 .5' r 88~2'15 7.0o 74_74 6'59:- 'a -"99 ,~ 2'...9251:. 7.'81-7-1.841":- .,:4 9 '9"':3193? r9'457...o'5: 9}°/ X9 a '9 14 0.51 '-'9,57 : a*,777,, *9,30.ý . 4t7 ,r9'44 10 7' : 1a30 143' .10 10:21`" 1059 :. ' "sIi' 2 11'.15 171030,:: i 41'U; ::10 44 S11-'29 :: ;1132:; 11:453 4 7 12 ,o 0. 10 11 :14 1 "9 2211' . . 41,5,;, 1l 0-U' 411" 711145 1 .9 92 1 1302 '1 4 ;99 V1-2ay 0 ' 19`239 (7. 15''" 1°06301 22114 44 x5; 2 ' 15i" '`3o 37,4x " '52.9. 3; 1: 7 3`3I54: 4 2304 7:1241:.' 72:44' 5'2991 ..:'32{31 '54577A r .. o . +f ,3: I!5 :1,13'54, 3:9; a:'11 ":6 1,5 55i 10 3141f, 75 47 6 9 9., .s 5 ~'.3 6.5 ý ' r 717 4 3 o6 " 4'6 4 1 , " ' ' 4 5'2~9" 15'.732* 1751457; 7.'5 "4, .5" 21 7777 1 '777'7 -,- '9; '2 ".7 {}67 i.5875j1. 2. 5.321 :1, 4 `t 5- 4 6 6 . 9'0 6''9 ol' 6-r,7 9: 659 10 7 92: 2 17 ,5?; E`%' 0 6 '1:79641'- ,.644' 114...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

.I 1 ',i r iSO l( 1 , -,ICTOlIA, INSURANCE COMIANY,: VIE ; :A Ei ?,.dLl}(ITLD T.)..1.O ; I: - I,t6.t CAP, TA~.1j sr-ooomIN oonRAN-,ook ~I FIREst.IA INE;af IIIEEand GUARANTEE :, Mt C?ent'fErifCoo? Agent foiri'Footb "a?' COLONIALOI MUTUiAL" FIREMTINSUR' C it ANCEICOM1ANXlY(Limiiitbd) SOgnd Pi-rOFITSiviicEra-wrrii 'THOSE'" IO'SURED -i 51iJun i PrinciptO 0 r'!:4 - 4 nd 86 Collin s itrveet west fellioburnc^ FIRE, "SS&MAlINE,""} FIDELITY AND :inforniadiontto be obtained Prom ontfdr Footscray and Williafistowrs. TIErr COLONIALh 'MUTUAL-" IFE T:, ::ASSURANlCESOCIET.Y\, LIMITED:; MUTUAL LIEE ASSURANCE, ENDOWV * OriMrarhhlENTS; 'ANNUITIESS,,, :" - The. ' on.:t S rai t ngil.Ccoi i'Ai O IC .,,.: oTh 'Hbon Si?" G oelhrn-1n L'D.":.S .G" . T el, ven? ? Zlue j .'i -. Ij . ?t. :-. ·, .;, ;,~ "..The Nor.?,5 owý I?.,i k A'r, t. a g ton,_Ci aro mn. -i - T the tfoon.-Si'.rtheavrr,?aML:C.; Mcr.liadt, Mo booa .. S : DeputyC. ha , 'e:1n ,at? 1"yi:l, n: -, :;, Thr Ho. A ,T) ? Ldih.ona!? uuchllanmsto...

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DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. Henri Rochefort. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

DISTINGUISIIED ,-STATESMEN. , R oi . i " :. f( . ;!i.p?',i . .. IV ,p c Hem'ann .Rochefoati y > i li~.i 85 us£?o:af-: Ht ROChefornadetu p his mmd to' himself to ;the sttid' `of mcddciineldf He' at once repailred to the ciitlndtoo up his quaitersin.thestudn? neigh their frolicsome trfick? the iiildinsaiity th' . they.. display'>in':-i' ' iliei leisuire and 'noisiesrl of Il He '' more regular in nisattenoance at tne'ttleatreas than at the imedical' lectures' He dnever went. to his examinations, and kneW ibuti little of the insidedof- fte iboloks: iwhich he'T,(iils supposed to?be'studying' "HITw' long he vould h'we c continued iniithiis wvild 6-rystering'týdissia'tiori;:, l'itilhis. parehts' means bien' sufficieiit toup port' him, iis ia'questi6onithlat"Wiouid'dde end largelyj on the:streigth! of- his con stitutioni. B : t'it"in' tih'e !iidst'6if ll'the ivild "life Whichi ie often in' ifter f'years ooked?'. back3 on'tith onfilder,' the&'iri elligenice .came to hini th...

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CRICKET. FOOTSCRAY v. SOUTH MELBOURNE (2nds). [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

CRICKET. FOorTSnAY SoUTiNI MELlURNE (2ndis) The second elevens of these two clubs niet on Saturday,-on the groundt of- thd-former. The latter winning the toss, went in to lbat on a beautiful wicket. Chalk and Lightflot the tito first batsmen, played in a brilliant style, nd it twas not until 75 was:ieiechced that i separation. was effected:; "'Lighltfot. 'beifig bowled by McPliail alter making 2S l.Brear soon rattledl up, 'atiilý-'then 'succuminiied to' Copplestone, 2-14-104. After this,- how ever, the wickets fell rapidly, noiie of the bits men being able to make. any stand against Copplestone's bowling, the last wiicket falling or 128. Clark' pliayed a magnificent innings of 6S:. The. local 'men then went to bat, and at call .f time had. lost S wickets for 57. White making 22 and Scott r3.- Appended are the scores: : 0 ; SOUTH .MELBOUNUE. ; ... G u.halk, and b Copplu sone. . 68 SLghioot, b,McPhail:- - .. a Bo linbr Conlpplsione-!.n, 4 , :. Canpbell, b Copplestoe .. - 'Ionnpsone, b...

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

ROWING.:: A'A scutling mnatch for - trophy valued at ro between' W. G. Brett;. of Sydney, i?nd. our . demon strokc," T. W?ood, took place over the champion courseon':the lod;er Yarra,on ~edniesday last. The' miatch' originally arose from a challenge sent. by Breit to Woods im mediately after theii lattera's'ictoy o'ver Dave Green, of Adelaide,' and ,awakened a con siderable amount of interest, as.;both comn petitors have acquired some fame as oarsmen in their respective, colonies. On. Sunday last Wood, whilstlout practising, had the ill luck to get into the wake of the steamer ' Mangana,' and getting lifted upon two waves his new. boat was. broken in two. Immediately on heaiing of this misfortune, .Green--Wood's former antagonist-with :characteristic gener, osity sent down and offered the use of his boat.. Edwiards, who trained Brett, hearing that such an offer, had: been made, caused: all 'the ap-. paratus to be taken, out of the boat--sliding seat, etc.-consequently Green's friend...

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THE LOOKOUT. "Look out down there, for I'm about to shoot.—YANKEE POET. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

*l'THE-LOOKOUT . S'Lookout down there, for I'm about tohoot ' The ChFiitiinifiWrld is -very ifiCh in debted to those heroes irlio, breaking through the trammels of time-honored observances:and old-world rites, have at. various. times infused new vigour into the ecclesiastical': bbodies, and:. broiglit? aboiutihat-'mi-ht well be termed a re-, jivenatidonof the Church', if not ai ab: solute resurrection rof its spirit fror iinhe grave of formality intoib:hichi it h~'ihad a uniformi tendency toibecoinei: buried. Such were Luther, Knox, Vesley, and. last but not least, Spurgeon, iho imnour owri day and generation has demons trated that while Pseudo-science; Pan theism, Deism, Atheism; :Secularism, and a number of other isms included in the mab'pt-e-i'im, ihaie chbn.mikiiig havoc amongst many so-called Christian churches,.where: the: forms "were ;strong and the spirit' eak, whliere the ears were tickled and the lhearts left runtouched, where there was preaching for a living and not livin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 5TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

'z ;·k " o? t : -"2n 7"R: 4·,i cotia BRAYBROOK SHIRE COtUNIL -* ::"~~r:~,*,** loluA'in y It Nos"EMl~lrsi 1'p - ' I -'resent- Crsi Mc agan (l'resident) Clirislil ettr G )raliain H Maing, Dickson '.iFrom IRedsltrarc Gncrrall.stngil 'l ? h n h e "m'ionth earlier, and giing.scale of. bonuses t jbe Spaid.if 'furnisheddo ithirm -ti "eld .\^ to :cill tlinders ldr.:collecting isamie. 1)b, nextl .: From cGclong'Eish Accliattisalin Society From Secretiry Victorian; Railayi, staling tht i regard to thdedconplinnt iof the crossing orerthe ".acchuis MlirsrI Iaihwaj.it rFitgerl'us and Exfod- roads, otde?rshad.hel?,nieni l)n Iq S'havie thecrossirgpnti 4h: t op.es oidert.1 i -t fi : :From W. S.: Dowding, Governmcnt A'udior arraniging for dt.l . '. . The Audit had subsilicqnitilj een coanplteld, Sand' it ias made uanunderstanding the annual meeting should be adjoutned till next ordinar) l, ro ciry n r swhen the parish inap oflalribyrnong would be published,-statghagt!,tthe llannha?ibeen com piled an...

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

FOOTBAL L.L .:,; , , The Footscray :Footbal Club, notify? by advertisement, that the prizes won during the piast season will be presented on Friday next, n the Lodge Room of the'Royal 'Hall, at eight p.m. With a view.of spendinga pleasant even ing, the committee have obtained ?the use' of the St. John's l'rogressive Union ianbo which has been kindly lent for the occasion.: Several inembers and outsiders hav:e promised to give readings, songs; recitations;? and no doubt a most enjoyable evening will be 'spent. The following is the listof prizes :- :: Silver Cup, presented by J. C. Johnson, Esq., - won by C. Lovett ' Gold Medal, presented, by J Manmsfield, Esq., : won ?y J. Bennett" 2 Silver Medals, presented by P; Berrick, won by VW. 'Warren and V; Kelly. :

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Only a Common Soldier. A DOMESTIC SKETCH, CHAPTER I. A DAY'S EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

Onlya r aomion aSode Icel;r , bo- dinaeposition sinm a manuact est tfirmicmnployed a ltarge number of hand-loom Seavers in the Ncorth of Ire-ind I had frequen. :boiiqaintpce si-wioch ~ipee dimay if nd into ithine oft'i thee'iaest frilaship of ad young ner?rs inmd Sthe r Puray I uen osin the ours of short time nssthing would Stiak fo ohich counto ry, as a tse and urial. hcartel Caledonian; I entertained, i-s'yo will readily. believe; the highest opinion anfi cherishcl the deepest devotion. Nothing in those'days used to please me so well in the wao of song like one of Paisley poet's, having for it chhrus-"- . ."'Oh ! Scotland, I ol thee, ihour t dearer tonmle, ?T?:ldan tll lands that aregirt by the wide rolling sea ; 'r thou slep'st not in sunshine like islands afar,' i ;:"t thcuart galtant in love, and treumphantin war.' o,;iiny here reiark; n o raiboti octblio, .tha hLo.i'Paisley:bodise" reckon thiat their inets arc like thieir'celebrated shawls-eq alled by few excelled by nonle=-bu...

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CHURCH CRITICISM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

- CIIURCII CRITICISM. TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIIE INIDI'E.NENT. Stu,-With your kind permission I will make a few remarks on some corresjiiindence in a previous issue under the headinug of "Church Criticism." "Impartial" submits a question to "Disciple" which I would imagine he means for Iis answer to the query-" Is it reasonable to expect that the Church of Christ would accept the thank-offering of a man who refuses to submit to the authority of its lead ?" "Impartial" in his question, "I ow can any honorable man attend the ordinances, or sub. mit to the instructions of a church which denies him the right to hear his share of its support ?" presumes that the Church of Christ denies one who has a share in its support the right to bear it, which I am most happy and bold to say is incorrect. And then he states that "to forbid a man to make an offering towards the main. tenance of a religious institution into which he has a Iublic right to enter, is to turn him into the odious character of a...

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Correspondence. CONTRADICTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

:- orrespondence. -4----- CONTRADICTION. TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIIE INDEPENDENT. SIR,-Seeing by last week's paper in notice of J. Christie's death, ysu state that the lena fit will very likely bl postponed. I wish to inform you that it will take place as advertised, on the 12th Nov., (Monday), by contradicting your former statement you will oblige.-Yours truly, W\Vs. DAVIES, Treas. Benefit. .75 Franklyn street, West Melbourne.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

TO TI"B E[!TOR qf 'rIE lJ lEl'e:.?! ?'f. SIR,-Judging fro?t the nfture .'ldfrange. of. questions sulmittled by your eorresp?nlentl,, "One of the few," he is fond of plomles-I am not, and therefore don't intend to follow him into the mazes of complicatcd ccn.roversy. The matter between us is simple, your corres pondent thinks a nan, able to pay his share, can honorably join in a religious service, whi :h has to be supported by voluntary offerings, andl towards which, however anxious he may le to give his mite, he is not allowed to cntribute a fraction. I don't think he can. It is only a variety of opinion. We were cvidently trainecd in differcnt scliqdl§, qqt listh tic'· tsfh ygplfnllip ence and honor, strangely at variance. ' my judgment the eccl:sias:lcial men. dicant, able to bear h:s share of the burden of church support, and too mean to do so, is an odious character ; but to invite a man to a service, which needs mIoney to I:ain. tain it, and prohibit him from giving, is to tran...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 November 1883

TO THE EDITOR OF TIHE INDEPENDENT. StR,-Referring to "Look Out's" report in a previous issue, in which he says that he does not know in what the particularity of the " Particular Baptists" consist; if " Look Out" will look in to the 8th Romans, 29th and 3oth verses he will there find, I think, a very definite anl I hope very satisfactory reply. In verse aS he will see that alt? 1th--- anLd ; bad; plcastiigand trying-are sauit o work to- gether for good to those who love God, and are the called according to his purpose. Then in verses 29 and 30 we have God's foreknowledge then predestination to conformity to the image of His son, then consequent on predestination. Calling, "them he also called" and then conse quent thereon Justification, " them he also justified," then the final blessedness, Glorifica. tion, " them he also glorified." If" Look Out" will read further on in the chapter anti take special notice he will see that these five points, viz. :-God's Foreknowledge, Predes tinat...

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