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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

IIO.LOWAY'. OlsTMENT A.-1'I,.la.. Vhenever tie wenthlr Is varlihle, niod the 'tcpoeratl'o coultaultly clhl141 .th lio, weank all dolicato inst I. vcry carefl ;to llolectI nosviptoiiofldisoolodredlotioo or:l.l.heolthl Wcnk.olntutedl al n l trlnolu objects will linl i these Iwhlola reliedles tille oulns of castill oat tile hbal hiinoulrwhiclh originato and poloog tlheir slfferigs'. The Ollincent ;I,olll ho well runllcl twice adlay over. theo chiht, ad lihe I'lll takian li alteratrie ldon, (b). 4 A .·· fNOTICE.-I mn oot liable for nay 'lDets "contracted by my wifoe',, arinnno Footner, Imtil. 18th Tuno, I&9.2. lto1ert+'' Fuutner, 14TI1 rainwikrastroot, Fitzroy. Sti: "; 5;

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THE STAGE. MJOU THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

THE STAGE.I f . •+ niJtiJ Tis ALATIIE. , The above tllentre, which Ilao beon' load? for olterations ajal deorations for sonl ,tione past Is aonononced to Ih.eopeel on Saturday, i ,tlt Angust, by'\lr. Fral. larshall and his 'lotllorlaw.'!" .. :. .., SContinuael smccs of'R. 11" Lews'sT oasa: i doinStar Minstreis at St. O(cor jo's Hll;":'1 crowded Iho3uses! bng. tile droe uring tho' week. The dll'erent parts of the progrninma' were well rendeirad,'an enthstlattinullyn.re ;t . ecirl. , Tahere has bIon anetire ehangad 6f:: progmnlmo dnring the week. Forll thsoen.'n lngJer. ET S.. Won , lesseeran d 'ac nnn oagei, I mnnounonas that nallt eutmenacocantetlet,' p i ,c-a-4o iun blof svM S. a c----t-" o blnk will o Ia Pattoncea !' tlo 'uttltlo prodocnlone ie'Is still reloyig at the' aborave'theatro;'idd as t'a " is now inti, fourth week, and stilt co?ni' mnnila goord attendlaneme,ther ieit carpr ta r I hbility of its holdig Its pweeolae rnthes nll ' for sonl le toeoae". th" ?- t ' f: " clhei1' ...

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COUNCILLOR MOORE AT THE PARK VIEW HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

COUNCILLOAIMOOKtl .AT -TIIF-PARK 1 V*VIKW; OTKL. "?: ,T;: <" h "T ---'----- ': " Cr. Moore aulllresecl thoe ratoptyer Attli l'Ark View Ilotel on Thursday evenirng tlih room hblIng complotely fillet. Mr. , .i, Ph'lllillp wae votedl to the chnir, antl Intro-. duced the candlildate n an excellent speechl. Mr. Moore referred briefly to the oleilion "' which brought buiI belrp them, anti then' touched ulnt vnrlouse munlolipal qfellntone.' On the ollJecct of a loon, lie old that the oity'certnioly requlred one, anldwouldl o1' rhimn reat Icnieit frot I, He wouldl'up t prrt' ttho railln ef ono, provilded It coul! de' " Ione withlout Increluiln tile rt le.. Cr. * M'Mnlihol propoied to do tlilt Illea lischein ' I " wlilcl Ild been referred to Mr. J.'M.,' Templeton, ntoory, for report ntel vocrflcia '' ntieot 'It the report proved fatorable heI i ' would voto for tlie clicmne, 'but minder'hu o cireumnstanccs wouldl lie fvor tlhe ratoa belolg ' tinerenae4l for this prpnotes. With ref...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, JULY 24TH. (Before Messrs. Robb, Showers, and Marsden, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

POLIOE INTELLOU"" NUk?. FITZItOY COURT.' MonDAYV, JU.Y -24T., (ltkoro ?cearsl. lobl, llowera, and Maras. ltoNK AI1 lnllllrlRo.llY. T h e bl l t vlll rs o n a wr, ollr w a h rg o d w it h Ilao ' , tI a , , le Iallo llak, \\lllln (ln Slmlof d los il risomu.lvI .MIock a li l ia. withl i, (I. h ill txpellaSe , orill i ha ls I u g ot.l, ' 'io tlllla aiS ( hli . l al lilrll %rsat caulloa.+ nat dhe. ottht wlh gba hh conoo an William Ollr Wal lnn l w o gad %rith bgOlllg hl i. ubl phned w~ I nlth l tllt to aommltit ndululy. tleL at gilmvt, blat 8iet onle n o'clock b ien' e?hlht Io 1 ias oi dutyil Ilnarkly. ,r1 tnod o the prlsoner rlift t1 h hlr ovur bA aInd got ollictly inon to eulclu. lrllnof lI tellhe all. lI'rl hcor'r llolnt in d l o c n o f ' 8 00rella . ' n t tte oI.k1 t r, ovoal upon t nali the lal tollr ko rue '?y'a,,r 1'atthy , at ...r. ,IDv,,n.+ nultted tlpll h llnho I. uolvat a llll'a n arnonr of thie oal y gTvo evilnco to thet larht iou e. ot t nera 00 tlntot t l0em0pell ;toloell ...

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MR. BRITTEN'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

MIR. "IBRITTEN'S8 IMEIllN(. Mr. F. J. Blitton addlrcsccd a mctlog at Lie Nattonal llotel on M[omloy ivenhig, Mr. Mloltogoe takilng the chalir. The candlidato dealt with the various questions of interest, iferrlog partiecoarlc,, to vniobgs e ifoted drain. tie term of office. elo.reoferrdtothe cleanslg cootract, the loan. tle bridge over the lerri Crock, the railway qetio?l, nod the ocenasity for improvoements throughout the city, dealing with ac lio a trenchant aed lunci maeoor. We have ahleady re. portcd Ifs views on these subjects, ad it ia therefore not ntecesary for ots to go over the 1amo groun naa fni. A vote of conlidenco was mooed bIy M[r. iKelly, secolnded by Mr. Riciamrd,: mut carried unoanoously. Mr. ]Irittln addlressecd another largo meeot lng at (rcaco's Park View Hotel last evening, ald met wltii a vary conlia rcception. lie oxprcases every confidence in hifs candlda Mr. IBritten alsao hold lnotlcor meeticng at theo Lord Noewry lfotcl'lat evening, wlcn thereo was a very...

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THURSDAY, JULY 27TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs, Marsden, Best, and M'Lean, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

l2fora thi \Mayor, JailMesrs. ,lnarld1. idomo,. Mmadaii,711. hoot, st 7I1 , t. 's ' ). IIILUNK M I ,\1) I UIllY I L "redol.ck 'blnrtie was eliorgel wilth thi aoy olrcice. As ho haln loe. locked ilp fIrsIvernOl Ioia 'and a lot kiowir to tIo liie, lhe avu cntloied, n!il diau'liogd. IAll elderlymon, naedl P'ut'rlligloe, das liargled with stealinag i tomlahawk, tim prom iXrty of nirr I armend box. The ' evidlleo tiwiirei tIlint nt'nlot. halfipast" too o'uolck' oi M aiiiiy afternoon the pirltaouor iwoa m0n ooiin g out of a yard In loolfonl.atreot n.nl .... nlter the tomahawk . .. Imissell; 'ile prisonerirr s follow-iail iii lliog tliat he Carried the toliaawk wos foundl. i, tiaoer midI tlmt he picked it tip In theo lguitter.! Ilo ltclted to bo dealt with simnlrarily, oiii nla Lentenlced to sevn dnyas tIoriololl t t guily SI oth li ofain hn"tolklirso apld of ,,ilty to u chai.g of har,.g' .tulu,.,? tt of, Itn lorlhm s ro iotNoiw gtranninto.- ,trn tatin' ndonooiug ire gtl f tieto fthnm co n...

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MR. GRIGG'S MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

.ilt. OltI0O'8 IHI 'rIN(IS, Mlr. le. (rigllg adlronsea two pEblli loothlgts.thllrtg' the week, thie Tlet at tlhe loird Ncwry Iotel on Wecldlady elvening, Adll tile ecood at the WieatoflegIola Hotel, Fitzroy-strect, o tFriday. ' 0n tlhe lirst ocensiot, owing to thle Incle ent wea. thor, oIllly who woetlh othrrwHo have btie preoect refraol ed tfreo lotipg so. Still the tleeoting lle , very Jotaosoo ] ocr , owll thel uelhliato met with a hearty reception ianl was neconerie a patielt lheringto. ar. t Ceritpo ocouped thle cairti. , triday even. leg, at tihe Wo t of IEnglanl hoitel, ir. All. drown took tioe chair, nied briely itluhoned the eonlfdlate, speaking very liigtity of tue adilites.- Mir. OGrlgg sahi that If rot rne l hI wo uhl represelt ther eltlre city td niot aly particuoar portton. Hie dhi not believe ill tlue dlstitionh buetwees north ald oautll, s le cosiletold thie ioteroet of tlne ocnlities boie t llp i oneo another. Ito favored tite project of a now loon, provtled thnt tm...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 25TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Marsden, Peters, and Kidney, J'sP.) ALLEGED ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

" COLLIN{nWOOD COIURT. . TITXA, In1 23. (Before tihe Mayor, nil Mensr. M'nrndin, PLet'r, nal Kliney, Jl'tl'.) A I.Itm iV i AMAi·i t T. he was on ty itll V'er street, and now the priA youth t niad Williah 'ml' wn h ag t.hiiargeti nIitth iii usIitnnY "ll nitln n al igmnle tie llhrgo ulltat titl he llockup. t inal paromlleud to lea n alentaninco u at this nenrt at10 o'clock. The prisoner wat dia . tillinri, an t Wtalliamy naredith n hu, rnn Ironu il toI a IIi tintinnima lit+ tlih thieirtt i at.i were 'oi. lutileirl for hwinnt thinCant for Io bllekig ullt har \'illhaua, niiim \Villiam .ere nlltl wii., nil lthiii haunt tae liniematnakihgeiulu rliliany e nlo 11ioll t llllit befire tine ncIIh ltmrgedn tllenllthtll gm . 'l u ll vith uimnhig tBiae oi oiteisn te ]nnluitntge' t nnelplnitllletf tFn of tile Igtoat olan l allll'. ntetr. th' Ienlth iiictd i n tlatine of tner tino Ilailltm it hllltluiao lllltll, aillltii tie. ' tlitianniti iiiiiinntrtii v. WVttlliqn Ituel]. Mr. itlkma afor nmalptat...

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HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

IIO(IEOt'A'TIII C IIOSL'ITAL, BAZAAnI. The obouo ]loaoolr w,'Os opelni bly Il1s Ex. collnct y tltu Govornor (thil ti ls nec of lady N tormnity, owtig to ill.heoalth), Iil tih 'Tooltall, l Mlulbonoo, oil Tueidny altert linon. Ot enttering the Ihll the visitor will piereive right i frnllt, it tho ceitre of the floor, t Ihlostndi , with it tlll hted dlloed awrlathtla with ov.rgrrelnas lula o llers, to ld its luhoice Ilisply of pIot tlnellts at olit 116wnto, Itsn nrtistl? lottery ram lu th linrs of }lcors. Neull I(laiitllsik), nold ?lessr. Coroltall (lipott, Hinalolllrt), to noy lnotl lug of Its reanl Iloaml (hnion oIlonlllCitnt, who nro asntallnts ato Mlla. toot, noltl se ttoer powoero of feilaoiiol verIo otlncesnftllty, no their tollabnlllliirn totio Wt'[Isn ttnt.itiLd. To tte oi ght of eliltn no nre Nol. 7 'lalt 8 stalls, itailer the nolperliailto of lcosllnlles Wio. Crott, Sttllelpi Kilg, C. IL'leMnoolo , ndi itJ)|lsokulla ! ably pll ipolrtel by their fnir )nilig neoslentlit ;Oll ti...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. IMATCIntt PIAYt ) L.A?l T OAITrtDAT., Crescent v. Blritantnia old twenty. This match was played in the Victoria 'Park. Coll ogowobi, and rsulteld in a most decidcd ictotry for the Crescot, by : goals to I, old not for the ]lritannln, ao Inserted in tho Obscrvero." Fitzroy lJuniors a. Albert Park. This mnnteh, nltcra well contested glme, resulted iota victory for tbhe Jotmoo, by 2 goals to I goal. For theo Juiors (Ireavcs, Jlootyro; tohhltsou, Morcoolbce onl Soart played wall. ,itzroy Aleorts v. Nerlnoonby lad twenty: This omatchl wann playe for £1 a side oltd re. silted in r vitory for y the Allbcrt Iy by. goals od ta ilbhils to : goalns asnd 4 Ihltds. A dilspltu nrose over lle ilotl ianl a dlisgrceful scclo took plnoo at tiler' onlulolon of the Roma, klows liblog struock, nid cltallelges to light bolg Ifroely gioeni. For the Alberta, Clarke, ilhlblscooe, Mlnddox, Duncan, \Vlllials, Cartronndt 'Rteid, played'rwell oa dIIl iwliug, lltirst, Ahltnot ald Korrig...

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MR. EVANS AT THE ROCHESTER CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

i A$l,.. 1W - .' "AT-,TIl I .W l I SI TI Sitr. t A', 'r. 1 i ovls ntlmrosuol o pol? 1o oulotlgliogit ho Itooleellor Cnto lloltol of W hitolony oeeninig lst Mr. Mortilto 00oo tin ohlilr. wing, Ilo dlolibt, to tire Itttlrly iItllleollt runlheor, tll o ntteldnlltnco wos not large. 'tiheo lrnlomt, Io I ltrodlootg tire efildldteo, romnookld tit.Mlr. ,ntls i hed ol. rnlly ered tllh rntopayerP for o onstldero' tinle Flloln p i oll wih s opnI noll oiht gotLfoI lIoon wae tile blot uoolll nohIr Fltzroy ihld ever Ilol. It n'nicboot muI IdlnoInrn to Irosi"e t is hh Iir?ehig,; , . , Mlh.. tinos lhilhked tlloseo irceoilt for ttolr 'enoCr tI suh lc tf ollllnolrolo welitior, oi d Mil A thnt its lt liltelollltoi llid th oraol olilro leutielgs Ileforo tielo dloy of oleotlin htl woilldl loolt Illt rellnrke thotor ulillg, so no lot to dultin thenot. 11 tile pot, a tfhelr rupresuli. inttiveielnu, I lo hd do It aboet to Eolvoncu the itterest, of tih wiollo oily s1 ill hoclLIzen t onrally iotzroetlry wais...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, JULY 20th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

d"SATUiDAY, JULY¥ -ith, 12. . Tllin re .hi'reimI tt O'f Iitn 1y oi' ot o'ooeolt l'in0i p]'oLtty thloruglly tg:i ntel, mid as a rlesuillt, a consulo blei,h iilirovenouiett ill Ih e o pr l..''Ots of the ot lilw. niohvayncnno lhlldatiIon lon hasl'ee 'giltct, d,tOnzil II:' Ilent alos leotol in duo'ed to gra' unt a 0 tation at. tih in thctcLioni of Noapii-lstri'et mutl ]Riloly stnreet, nidl iow ]lu lts pI'rmlsll¢.¢ld itll In swr' to roaatho'l hlptnfaiohos, that he will troiog tio \ Wlhii.tlho, ]ini rijult dloowo: to hib ofoltln. If we 'eu oily got this td0roljllh Parlinone'n , itzro, o lhol to conlteln, and :thlnlkfl toi thos:.wheo have worked for her iito. rest.'. In muoinijcipal Iiatte.I, ttio 'lec tion has l rough l tl vari::, ,n'ioo n n'to of lnthe district loo'mlin,':ntly to tl ti sui'fac', :ad snchemn aoft''r scheolo: is helug poo. loundd to oatisfy, I:he Clioonoo of' tllhe rat'Jlo ayei t Wl '' thriis activity will nulside whonlol t oltandlilntl's ' :?thcthdt oilok conto'te'dly iln...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

HOLLOWAY'. O1T3:EiYT AID 1'ILLOS. IVhcoerer the woeather L o-rarola lc. al the temperoture onstantly chaogi.ug, the weak and deli ate most be very camref to neglect n3O sylopton of disordered anction or ill-health. Weak-chotted nad stronnous objects will find in these noble remedllies the mea3ns of casting, out the Ihal hmlauons which originate and prolong thleir sotltringe. The Ointment shooldl be well rohbed twice o day over the cheat, aid the Pills taken in alterative doses. (.lVT). NTOTIC .-I am niot liab for iny.Delta c9 etrnctet1 by myS w'ife, , Maritime Fcotner. from 13th June, J8$2. Robert Footuor, 144 Biruoowriokrotro.t, Fitzroy.

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COUNCILLOR MOORE AT THE PARK VIEW HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

COUNCILLOR MOORE AT THE PARK VIEW HOTEL. -4----- Cr. Moore addressed the ratepayers atthe Park View Hotel on Thursday evening, 'the room being completely filled. Mr. J. E. Phillips was voted to the chair, mld intro lduced tile candidate in an excellent speech. blr. Mooro referred briefly to the occasion which brought him. before them, and then touhed upon varionus municipal questions. On the subject of a loan,. he said that the city certainly required one, and would de rive great benefit from it. He would sup port the raising of one, provided it could be lone without increasing the rates. Cr. M'Malhon proposed to do this in his scheme, which had been referred to Mr. J. M. Templeton, actuary, for report nd ulerifc cation. If the report proved favorablo he would vote for the scheme, but under no cireumstaneces would he favor the rates being increased for this purpose. W?ith reference to tramways, he waspersonally inl favor of them, but would have theml run in streets where there was n...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, JULY 24TH. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. -4--- FITZROY COURT. MocNDAY, JULYT 24TH. (Before Messrs. Rolb Showers, and Mars sde, Js.J.) DRUNK ANiD lSOILrDEILY. The following persons were charged with the above oflense. DMaiel Runse. John Thompson, Jane Mack, William (iraham, Mark Stephens, andl John ]barnes Irns and Stephens were each fiued l0s. with the alternativc of 4S hours imprisousnt. Malack was fined is. wsitl Is. h6d. call explwnes, orin default p24 hours inl gaol. Thompsoots, Gra hams, and ]Iares were cautioned and dis charged. FELONIOUC lTEN.T. A youtl who gave his noaoe as Williamt Thomnpson, was chlarged withl being il a public place with intent to conunit a felony. Constable O'Sulliva., of the Carlton statotn, depo?ed that nt about half-past snine o'clock on Friday nighst se was o dtly in arkrly street, and saw tile prisoner lift rp thlea ver of a cab and get quietly into tile vehicle. r WVitness followed the cakls.-Prtsonefrs mate then made a signal, whereupon prisoeser rushed oust of thie ...

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MR. BRITTEN'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

MIR. BRITTENr's MEETINOG. Mfr. F. J. BIritten addresLed a meetinl at the National Hotel on Monday evening,'l1r. Montague taking the chair. Thie candidate dealt with the various questions of interest, referring particularly to onaings ell'eete during his tenrs of office. lie referred to the cleaIsing contract, the loan. the bridge over the Merri-Creek, the railway questioo, and the necessity for improvements througheut the city. dealing with cach in a trenchant and lucid mlnner. We have alroady re ported Iis views on these subjects, and it is thereforu not n1cea?ary for us to go oer thoe same ground again. A vote of confidence was moved by d1r. Kelly, seconded by Mr. Richards, and carried unanlhously. Mr. ]ritten addressel another large meet ing at Graeo's Park View Hotel last evening, antl met with a very cordnlial reception. He expresses every confidence in his candida ture. M3r. Britten also held another meeting at the Lorn d ewry Hotel last evening, when there was a very large at...

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MR. GRIGG'S MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

31R. GRIGG'S MEETINGS. Mr. Jas. Grigg addressed two public meetils turing tile week, tie hint at tile Lord ewrb Htotel on 'Welneelay evening, and the second at the West of England Hotel, Fitzroy-street, on Friday. On the first occasion, owing to the inclement wea ther, many who would otherwise have been present refrainedl front doling so. Still tile meetingwasa a very successful one, and tile candidate met with a hearty reception and was accorded a patient hearing. Mr. T. Crispe occupied the chair. On Friday even. ing, at tile \West of England hotel, Mr. An drews took tile chair, and biriefly introdcede tile e-nlidate, speaking ver-y highly of his abilities. r. M Geigg" said thalt if returned lie wouhl rprecsent the entire city and not any particular portion. lie did not believe in the distinction between north and south, as he considcrel the interest of the localities bound up ill one another. lie favored the project of a new loan, provided that the money ws?n spent oa reprioluetiv...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 25TH. ALLEGED ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

COLLIXNWOOD COURT. Trelntv, J.le .5sTII. (Before the Msayor. and Messrs. Marsden, Peters, and Kidney, .l'at'.) ALLEEI;Dts .telA"lT. A youth named William Thomas was charged with unlawfully assaulting a man lnlated Andrew l(ritllitls. The prosecutor did not appear when called. Consthle Carter deposed that at 1O ' clock on -Sateurlay nightt hle was on duty in Vore-street, and saw thle prisoner strike another man. The man gave the prisoner into custmely, and afterwards si-ved the charge sheet at the lock-up. He also promised to he in atteladnce at this court at 10 o'clock. The prisoner was dis chargý l. IN\irrLTINia HI:I.aiVolml. Thomas IHutchins, .lames Lswler, Johlln Williams, and William Meredith who, on the ?1Ist inst. wer- e smolittcd for trial at this Court for hosescharaking and rolbisr, were now broumht before the blench charged with insulting 'ehaciour in a public place. Thie prsonesm s?tre tacl fle .1 :t. or two months in gaeol. (Isst : tI, .ss;.tt.5s:tE. The prisiser itsltei...

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HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

HIOMt'iOP'AT.lIC HOSPITAL BIAZAAR. The ablove lzaar woas opened by His Ex cellency the Governor (in the ablsence of Lady Nxonnauhy, owing to ill-health), in the Town tlaol, .lellbowune, on Tuesday after noon. Oi otering the Hall the visitor will perceive right in front, in the centre of the hxor, the tlloorstand, with its printed domeo wreathled with evergreens and flowers, and its choice display of pot plants and cut flowers, its artistic pottery from the lirms of lxessrs. Nolan (Brlunswick), andl Mlessrs. Cornwall (Ep om, SamLhurst), to say noth ing of its real ilorial (lhutanx) adornloents, who are assistants to Mrs. llunt, and use their powers of persuasion very sucexsfully, noas their stall appears to be well patronised. To the right of entrance are Eos. 7 and S stalls, under the xupxer-isi?n of 11eslamxes Wxm. Croft, Stephen l King, C. t'leasanoe, and R. Dickens, ably supported by their fair young assistants: on the left of entrance are Nos. . and xl stalls, under the mxnoagem...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MA1tTCIIES IAIE .YILASTr SATURDIlAY. Crescent v. Britannia 2nd twenty. This match was played in the Victoria Park, Collingwood, and resulted il a most decided victory for the Cresent, by 3 3oals to 1, and not for the Britannia, as inserted in the "Observer." Fitzroy J.unors v. Albert Park. This match, after a well contested game, resulted in a victory for the Juniors, by 2 goals to I goal. For the Juniors Greaves, McIntyre, Robinson, Meoreombe and Smart played well. Fitzroy Alberts v. Noamanby 2nd twenty. This match was playedl for £1 a side and ar saltedl in a victory for the Alberta by4 goala and 3 behinds to 3 goals and 4 behinds. A dispate arose over one *eal nld a edisbraceful scene took plae at t e conclusion of the game, blows lsKing struck, and challen es to light being freely given. For the Alberts, Carke, Blliddsiasalbe, Maddox, Dan-an; \illanes, Carter anld T,:l, plaeyll well as dlid EIwing, Hurat, Allestt nest lerrigen for tihe Normannby. The Cr...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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