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FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 November 1875

, I;A NK LSAN Y TOUT . - G4.. E... ARGEANT. I ". (rolo "LsiIBna nova.") 'Tti --miin"rerd: not idle; arid' A hugi6 joint of smoking hot beef,' homne'ed and jdicy, i tlr"?A diatnpdt as' big as a'coach gave evideq that the'' fir had not, been needlessly large, and fierce. A. :large pot or, kdttlew bubblibg",.and' steaming, had just'been removed; 'and. before each man was placed a tin plate' and piannikiri,' the former 'loaded with broad, thick sliees frm. the joint, the, latter filled. with -strong, odoriferous. tes. , ' . . ": '"We need ?searcely'" b thltt "Price;" Laytona' and;,Baixdns wre tEle hIos't of that evening feast, and that they were attentive to their guests; ',among whom were the, long, ,,wiry ,stockman whose. hospitality Iour travellers had experi enced the' night 'before they reached. Hunter's Creek; another stocmlan'from Mr. Irving's .station; a. stragglor from Boomerang; and two or three hands from Mr. Bracy's homestead: While these men. are employed;: with' hearty goo...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 November 1875

I' o'corespoindent "L'nkeoLoi ." In be first matter comnplained of th6' 'priite`r is, .in thi' case,' corr'ot; the second, is what is termed a "literal, ' His Etoollency Sir William Sfawell will entertain to-day'at Bishopcourt the officers of N.f~W.? e:t'd~itidi t alsola nuhiber of the ofllopf.of: the Victorian ?olunteer Force. The son of ,Mr. Tait of the Collingwood Obkervcr who lost his life 'in the lbwier Yarýa ,was burid i on' Monday.,, lant.': ,His,remains were followed by.thejmembors of the various rowing clubs. : ;Ite,.P esbytoriani Geneoal~; cAs.etub)y closed its sittings, on Thursday. The report stated that'the total funds of the church' amdnted to' .45,223: " Jildgnie{t waý given' ivn ' thi' case' pf ,oivn v. limpsd r breIgh,of ropije cae'd on Thurday. 'ph h'plinjnliff obtained q, verdict of £675. The ' 'steaiship N'ofthumberedm . " 'has iro'igbt" a hnmndednie piretnt'::'f'I sa me 40 aolnines for the' P iblli'ibrsdy, tbe gift' bfti M : Wiliamn Lonig .f t h·owe 1.': known'L...

Publication Title: Mercury
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FITZROY—THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 November 1875

FITuZROY-rT onanAv, bokympuau Il Beforo MRossi. T empletdn, P.M., Maradon, Woodbeo4, MQLen, -and 'T. Kidney, An old woman, named natherlno Murphy, wai& fined Oes.,`'with the altornative of forty.olghb houre in 'gaol, for beong found drunk and disordoerly in the public street, on the, niorning of B.unddy thb 14th Int: . On, hearing the .esenteiceo Mis. i Murphy rlaimed ," It will, erpr , live forty,-ght rs i that gaol. S, was remoyed to 'tI'e lock.iip. 'I iiA little boy, named William'Brown, aas ,brought ,before the bench 'as a desrted child.., He, wa found wandering in ,the street, and told a constable that he lived in Carlton, and' that he had' previously' 'been itrrested'throe' tines. " Reinanded for a week,, to enable "the policel to' ma~e In uirios, : . , ,, li,: i. Catherino ,Pl?1lan ' vas qharged ,with 'asstilting Thomas Kenny, by striking him wiith i, jug on' the fo6iehead. ':.The partles 'are nelghbous,' 'rdsididig 'at" 'Nothlioto. The complainant ! is "a local celeb...

Publication Title: Mercury
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HEIDELBERG—MONDAY, NOV. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 November 1875

HEIDELBERG--MONDAY, Nov. 15 , Before Messrs. Shutt, P.M., and G. Studley.               William Rank v. Charles Mapleston. Claim for £3 '6s., for goods sold and delivered. This was an action to recover the price of half a ton of hay at £6 10s per ton. The'' following' is 'the 'bviden - William Rank, sworn: 'I think it 'wils in the' latter end of August Mr. Mapleston came to my place and ordered half a 'ton of hay, at .6 10s.' per ton. I doliverod it in good order early in September. "His man signed' the ticket for it. I prboduce my delivery book. In' the following month I delivered thb account. There was no fault found. : I gave the account to the servant girl. I saw Mr. Mapleston in the garden, but was not speaking to him. The girl said Mr. Mapleoton was not at homo. In the following month I called again, I then sa 'Mr. Mapleston. Ho said lie would not pay me, as the hay was "only stinking ru...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCILS. COLLINGWOOD, NOVEMBER 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 November 1875

COUNCILS. COLLINGWt 90D, NOVEMBER 17r1n. Present at t. he ordinary fortnithtly meetin of the a bovo Council-The Mayor "(Cr. -or?n) in the chair, Crs. Peters,, Dehnert, Kidney, 1 'right, Holland, Smith, Upton, and Waler. Ofl 'ONDUNON. From Jika Council ' explaining that six lamps were reunired tO carry out the design of the brioge at, Ortboote, although there would be only t wo, or four at the most, lighted on ordinar ' occasions. Cr. Holland thought the `re was plenty of ..useful work to do in Colli. ugwood without * spending it on ornament. Cr. Walker did not approv 'e of such floral desinal s. The Council agreed to at ide by their former decision. A communication from the \ ?hLds and Survey Department stated tha \t they had reserved the residue of a triang \ular piece of land at the corner of the P, lenty and Heidelbergroads, through which a " coad ran, for a plantation reserve. The Town Clerk was ordered to w Tito to Commissioner of Lands, requesting 1 uim to " throw in" to the r...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. SKETCHES BY PRYING PETER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

CRICKET. SKE'ICHES.BY PRYING PRETE. "Crude they 'are I rant you' A. sort of unlioked, ini condite tlings." ","' SRejoice ;0,' my prophetia?sotil, nootein'th' defeat -sustained; by the GEast. 'Collingwood' Rifles, but reckon lin thoe fact that your. warnings, have proved,,if possible, toq tr e,, for. the loose, uncricketer-like fielding of tHb Est' Collinrwobd' Riflis'ha'se~ociiuid for th'emhibne of 'thee most'' inglorious 'defeits sustained by any club playing 'for the Collingwood challengeo cup.. Alas: for the. vanity of human".hopes and desires, how glaringly lersonified do we find it 'in that disgrace to themselves as cricketers, 'the East Collingwood Rifles C.C. Proudly they told of their victory in the first innings, and compared it ,with their doings against the ' Capulet" last season. Their hopes ran high, and they blushed at the praise of their, own suocess.' They turned 'riside a modest demonstration of their supreme joy at having ' dragged off" a victory in the first innin...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RUSSIA IN CENTRAL ASIA: CAPTURE OF KHOKAND. (TIMES, SEPT. 9.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

RUSSIA IN OEN'TRAL ASIA: " OAPTURE OF KHOKAND:' ('iMEs; SEaPT. 9.) TitE battle which the Russinaq have won in Khokand is but a repetition of the overwhelmihg defeats by .'which they gh eir hod ir d of that hanito, It appears ,firom our telegraphic in. tolligenceo of yesterday that thiirty thousand native troops, aided by a strongly entrenched, position, have'been' scattered like chaff.by a small' body. of Russian soldiers. The fortified' camp was takenuby.storm; thirty-nine guns were captured; and the ipoorly armed and undisciplined defenders were driven ,for miles from the field. Stiich a result 8is a matter opf, course,, and .the real interest of the event arises form the announcemenit thdt Geneotal JKaufmann iwill cbntinueo hi 'march to' the' capitiil of the,,State as soon as lio'obtains fresh supplies of war material. The meaning of this statemdnt is that he will occupy the whole$of'tho Khauato arid formally add it to tlih' ddmi'nhio a of "thli Czar. 'Hitºherto pali t of it has ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLINGWOOD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

COLLINGWOOP, FiIDAY, NovmraSs 25; SBefdr Mossrs, ' Morgan (Mayor),'T. Kidney,. ai~ Bowring , Margaret Daley, charged with ,drunken.; itess, was disoharged. , i Thomas,Betton was charged with assault. Ing his wife, . The ;aomiplainant; said, she bould not like her husband to be sent to kaol. Defendant said he was intoxicated, and did not remember anything, about it,; Discharged with a caution. .. .. ,, Henry Soloman charged with larceny of jewellery, was remanded to the City Court,. Thomas Peete, for obscene language :in a public place, was fined 20s., with the, alternative, of seven days in gaol.: : u i. , Ford ,v. Knevett,-Fraud . summons:, Order, for amount'(a5 Os. lOd.);,to be paid, within fourteen days, or fourteen days' imprisonment.. , 1Tobin v. Henderson.--Fraud .summons. Order for amnount (.£5 10. 7dX)i, to be paid within ,fourteen days, or one, month's im prisonment. Hawkins v. Freeman.-Claim for .d 6s., for use and occupation of premises. Order for amount, and 5s, costs.. ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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ANSWERS TO ARITHMETICAL QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

ANSWERS TO ARITHMEkTZAL QUES. TION' , TO TIlE EDITO1 OF TIIE IIEI CURY. Si~r.-Tho following are seven separate solutions of the arithmetical problem which appeared in your issue of the 20th inst. Assuming that not loss than one and no fraction of an animal of oach kind are to be bought, these are the only correct solutions. Iii coneoquonco of there only being one equation given and four unknown quantities it is impossible to give a formula' fdr a diroot solution but after a eursory inspection I think it may be demonstrated ex absurdo, that those are the only possible answers. 'I trust that some of your readers will investi. gate this qctiettion aucurately, and ascertain whetlor I am right in this assumption. Yours truly, EQUATION. Reoad o, co'ws; e, sheep; p, pigs; r, rabbits. o £12., 0 2o £21 0 3e £30 0 15 fa 0 14 70 0 os 45 0 s 11 0 op 2 5 73p 18 0 75r 15 15r 015 100 £100 0 100 £100 0 100 £100 0 4 £10 0 5o £00 e0 0 £79 0 7 o £8 H- 40 0 7s 15 (0 s 10 0 Is 5 381p •010 p 0 15 67p 11 ...

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COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

COLLINGWOOD, TuEsuAY, NovanMni 23, Iofore Mossrs. Templeton, P.M.u and W. Kidney, Daniul JIorgln was charged with boing dr?tnk and disorderly whle in chalrge of a Ihomri and cab lie wats find 20s, or fourteon dlysw in g al0. T'ho pollc wore instruoted to rtepolrt the ucAl to tho 1iaokney Carriage Committeeo. A boy of about fourtoon years named Edward .1. Ifarvoy was? oluhrgad with steal. ing pigeon., 'iho hby's father nihl that he wanr " itriotly bmonet exeupt his mental oapa?lily." and that, h? was innano on the ',pigcon qiuoutiou." Fined 10e,, with ºa attion no? to' appropriato othoer people's cigeons any more. Ihe remainder of the business .was post-' ponod. .

Publication Title: Mercury
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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22ND. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

POLICE.. FI''ZROY-aMoNDAY,'NOVEZMiER 22ND. Before Messrs. T. Kidney (Chairman), Mahoney (Mayor), Falconer, Mariden, Woodhead, and B]nnetts; William Hughes, charged with assault, was fined 20s. with the alternative of four. teen days in gaol. An old man named James Solwyne was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Defendant! made a 'profound salaam and informed their worships that he'had only, "n single nobbler and one hhlf-piit'of beer." The Chairman told him the bionch ould give :himi another chance. Discharged. Mary Smith, 'an old offender, was' chargod witti vograncy. She received a sentenceof' three months in gaol. Patrick Knovett was complained againset for furious driving.. The case was remanded for A.ven days. Robert Hadlaw, for allowing hie chimney to catch fire, was fined 2s. Gd. . ' Mirtrno e IHodgkinson' v. Eiliabeth! O'Connor'-Assault.. Fided 2s. Od;, and'Gs!' dost. Wilson v. Gray.-Claim for £1 12s. 2d. for goods sold and delivered. Order for amount 'ind 5s. costs. .....

Publication Title: Mercury
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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

PUBLISHED EVERY'SATURDAY, Labor Omnia Vincit. . TO CORRESPONDENTS. Rejected com.iunications cannot be returned under any circumstances whatever.. No notice can be taken of anonyamous com munications. Every letter must be accom: panied by the name.. and address of the writer, not neeessarily, for publicdtion, but as a guarantee of good faith. To avoid inconvenience and delay to persons interesteduwe have to requeit that all business commtnnications, includiij `advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances; be ad dressed to GRITsrrr & SPAVEN, and not ,to the EDITOR. ADVERTISEMENTs, in all cases, to be prepaid. Letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns should be addressed to the Editor.

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SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

SATURDAY,. NOV. 27, 1876. THn'E Australian Health Society have published a circular containing Hints for the Prevention f ' Scarlet Fever. Its object is to direct public 'attention to the importance 'of Isolation and Dis infection in all eases ,that occur, and the Society, endeavorss to ,impress on all persons having charge of such cases the iabsolute duty of paying, particular regard to these points. Without wish ing to d'tract from nthe mei't of those who are laboring worthily in a good cause and endeavoring.t. stay tho pro gress of this terrible plague, it will !not be out of place to point out here the impossibility, in a multitiide of cases, of following 'the advice' tendered. V rolo icon valeo may juistly be pleailed by a large number of persons;in, this country and,. unfortunately, " this applies espe cially to those parts inhabited by the humbler' classes and in the low.lying 'districts, vwhere the disease is most likely to, be generated and spread. Almost the first advice t...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCILS. FITZROY, NOVEMBER 26TH, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

COUNCILS, 1'tITZROfYi , NOVEMBER 26T, 187ist There were present at the ordinary fortnightly meeting of the above Council -His Worship .the Mayor (Cr. Mahoney) in the chair, Crs. Hackett, Evans, Showers, Woodhead, Lyons, and Tucker. doRnEssPONDoNOs. A letter and, potition were recoivdd,. drawing attontiotl'to the existence of a danoing saloon being hold in the Reoohabite Hall, and hoping that some action would be taken to put down this nuisanboe.. The Town Clerk stated that the sergeant of police had drawn the attention of the trustees to the matter, and the hall ioid boon closed. The letter was received, and the trustees' attention was drawn to the matter. ,Mr..Hinxman drew attention to the bad drainage of Fitzroy street, between Argyle and KCer: streets. Referred to Public Works Committee. Mr. Porter complained of state of foot. path in front of his property, Napier street. Referred to Public Works Committee. Mr. Finoham wrote to say he gave the Council the opportunity of refusing ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

ENGLISH, S0OTTISH,;&& AUSTRALIAN :"CHAE RTERED` BANK."' 104 &106 ERITRUDI E ST.,'; FITZROY. 12 , ... ... 5 : JOHN VERNON TAYLOR; Acting.-Managor. jjTZROY' PRIVATy E :ACADEMY.- 27 Moor sttreot, Fitzroy. ,,, Classes ,ret seonilile'forfourthfquarter Monday,o tober 4 Prospectuses on application. A. WATSON, Principal. DR. MYE4S :. 130 .Collins Street Cancer without? operation,, Tumonrs, Swellings, Ulcors, Rheumatism and Chronp, I Diseases of 'the Blood generally.'. Disneases, pleculiar to females and Children specially, attended to. Hours of consultation-9 till 1, and 6 till 8 in the evening. EORGE ST. STATE SCHOOL, Fitzroy, No. 450, Now Buildings, cor. 1 noer of George and Chapel streets, Fitzroy. T. H. TEMPLETON, SHead Teacher. STATE,.NIGHT ,SOHOOL is Ai held, at State Sohool No. 450, George streeti Fitzroy;:on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from.7 till 9 p.m. EDWARD SAVAGE; Head Teacher. GEORGE ST. STATE SCHOOL, No.282 (held in Mr. Horsfall's premises) A F...

Publication Title: Mercury
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SCARLET FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

BO'''SCaiRLET FEY E.f' We take the following extracts from Mr. Alfred Fenning's work, "Every Mothers' book," in relation to'S arlt fever, its curo, and the necessary precautions. We insert them as,,in our opinion, being more simple and of more practical utility amongst the poorer classes, than those issued by the Austral mn Health Society. "This is one of the most infectious of diseases, and is very catching when, it has Sonce entered a house., Children and grown up persons are equally likely to have it, if proper means be not used to prevent it. Whole families are sonietiines swept' off by Scarlet Fever; .but thlis is the result of ignorance, for with care and proper remedies it can always be cured. The Scarlet Fever bbegins with tho usual feverish symptoms of chills, dry heate, sick feelings, sore throat, 'thirst, panh in the head,:back, and loins. : ,On the second day a red rash istseen on the face, arms, and breast, which, however, soon spreadp over the whole 'body. This rash co...

Publication Title: Mercury
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

, An old woman was found drowned in a well at Waterloo, one of ,the suburbs of Sydney. Mr. Jas, Milne the well known astor is dead. The result of,tho eofort on behalf of 'Mr, '0. Rouoh of North Fitzroy," amounted to .22 10s. SThe Prince of Wales spent his birthday in Bombay. His rooeption there appears to have been enthusiastic, ,, The Revenue 'Returns of Great Britain show an increase of £005,000 on the year. Two Birds have been discovered by the Lako Eyro Exploring Expedition which Mr. Gould reports to be quite now to soience. WeVohuroh, the Pontridgo conviot, was sentenceod to death onSaturdaylast by judge Stophons. The two missing ships, Stralthiaven, to. London, and the Slraihmoro, to Otago, are posted at Lloyds' as missing. A baker at Brisbane has boon fined 4O0 for soiling light broad,

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SONNET. TO THE MEMORY OF JOHN TAIT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

'To T??r ilMlcfror Joan TAn,. " "0 cutof f": * ' . , Untnimolyl - _W. 0. letASr. " Youth on the prow, and ploeuro at the helm." Badly and mournfully the echoing dirges ;,0 life's unebbing river sweeps along ;, 'Bit,;'oftntlines, amid their fitful song, We hear sad warning voicoes from the surges. Lifo's river ever rolls,-and will not stay .., And ,we are borne into the great "To Be," . Where, 'mid the fulness of Eternity, Our life shall be one,ondless, oloudless day. Over the waters of earth thy frail bark sped; 'And thou":wast ovorwavod by death's dark night, Until Heaven's, pcoan thunders, and, the light 'Of oesurreotion-glor is outspread. O thou, of friendly heart and kindly smile I A littlb while, Farewell I-A little while. " Momenm { Mori."

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LEGENDS OF THE DELUGE. (CANADIAN MONTHLY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

LEGEN-DS OIF THE DELUGE.. (CADuAAN iOrNTirLY.) URNNG to o the Hindoos,, with their cruel and. hideous. divinities, we are $old by. ,t ,se, learned 'in', the subject, that; thoro .is np, part ,of the. Indian mythology 'whlch has not some .iddeon meaning, eitlihr' philosophical, .astro homical, orhlistorical. ,. The legend., of he; delige a'ppears in whi.t'i .,called the third ,.incantation, or ahgai'a-Satara, from the "Sanskrit-'" a boat "-which has twio stobiis. One, that .fr. the wvickedness of the inhabitants the earth was plunged into a great deep, and that Vishnu,; wishing. to rescue it, descended into the waters and bore 'it aloft on the horns of his tusks. The other,is, that a certaiti devotee or demon, obtained from Brahma the bioon' of .unierseas empire and ' freedom,, from. 'danger through hoxious animals, which he enumerated one by one,,. but. forgetting the 'wild boar., The deion havinA thus obtained univerai 'empireeield,upon the earth, and ?carried, it withhim 'into the...

Publication Title: Mercury
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AN ENCOUNTER WITH A LEOPARD. (INDIAN PUBLIC OPINION—LAHORE, AUG. 7.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

IAN .ENCOUUNT1ER WITH A I '' LEOPARD. (rNtAn rPUDLIC oririNTON-LAUnon, AUGv. 7.) AT about '11 "o'clock a.m. 'on the 5th instanrt, theogirdener of the old garden of Wazir Ali, situated on the Mall close to 'the Bhiuti gnto'of the city; 'reported to the deputy comnmissioner that there ivas a wild leopard in the gairdn Which had attacked him. Thai deputy comi missioner' called on a well-known sports mnan, tlih government 'ad~6cato whose aid is always called in when' district oflceers are in dlifficulties, to put an end td'tie aniial's 'peregrinations, anrid also on lie' aririval of the police officers at Kutchery, set them on the scoenit. 'The' two latter of?'ers, armed wiiit~ a couple of those murderous. weapons, police carbines, and a gun borrowed from the sheriff of the court, started off at once to tle ipot, which is about a quarter of a mile from .tho'coprt house, just opposite Mela Ram's palatial residence. On arrival they,,found that the best part oftheo city.:;population, as fa...

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