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

MIR. EVANS AT THE ROCHESTER CASTLE. Mr. F. W. T. Evans addressed a public mleetig at thie Rochester Castle Hotel on itdineslay evening last, Mr. 3loctapue in the chair. Owing, no doubt, to the bitterly inclement weather, the attendance was not large. Tile chairnma, in intrmlecilg the caudtlidatc, remarked that Mr. Evans hlid al ready servel the ratepayers for a consider able period, and in his opinion that gentle. san was the best councillorFitzroy hlad ever had. It gav him much pleasure to preside at his meeting. 1r. Evans thulanked those present for their presoicc ill such unfavorablC weatller, and said that as hlie intended to hold several more meetings before the day of election lie would litnits reImarks that evening, s o an not to dealin thenl. II the past, as their represen tative, lie hald done his best to conserve the interests of the whole city and the citizens generaily. Fitzroy was not like a place divided into wards, where a'mau was re turned as the representativeof a c...

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

SATURDAY. JULY 20th, 1SS2. Tie requirements of Fitzroy are at present being pretty thoroughly agi tated, and as a result, a considerable illproveimeut in the prospects of the city. Railway accommodatiou Ihas beIen agitated, until MI1: Bent has been in duced to grant us a station at the in tersection of ±Napier-street andi Reilly street, and now lie has promised in an swer to repeated deputations, that lie will bring the Whittlesea line right down to this station. If we canll only get this through Parliament, Fitzroy shoull lie content, and thlankful to those who have worked for her inte rests. In municipal matters, the elec tion has lrought the various wants of the district prominently to the surface. and scheme after scheme is being pro pounded to satisfy the clainors of the ratepayers. Whether this activity will subside when the candidates elected sink contentedly into their cushioned seats at the Council table, we cannot say, liut lat least some benefit is sure to accrue froim th...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER X. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

OUI ISTORY TELLERi --4+-- PIONAi' CUIitN. Cnwmoon X. iCwntwinudl. But the ill.tlnil advice wnns .narily henrtl, Nesta, with her hanI irercdolI t io r brow was ,itehlog tnilroile IIhether this itlesot Indentd e a torrile fact, or originaited i h tes li)renontl'l i ,rniinlke Iinvouitin.i So henrele, I ltn thie i?ulm, nlthougl Mndemle, now n ullinirtly Sdl ino direai tilt nnai lurleno I enr rnllllel, oeldeirtenl- to detainl her. etso hsippet l hat the lrt iytwon lithie hall. frensd l eir rllunltcral wns ergeill. Cathinhlg .inh oi thit wulili1' handIs, Shoeled or rtlihr trcegI her, i lto lihr own rInoos. th"Ilty tluty child, what nails ' I' the doelam or h- exclniiltm]. " t'lhey walt for me In tln kltclll, ir o oler then settlng of tihe dsllie, snll I innlli e ,o hhilrllot iw." TaIhk Ino to iw' In Shlltnlll ' win thes frantic lrethl " lant till lo wile And whet laln !" " nhl, hlldil I to lol olereLnnill yoi." 'etlm rpeatel tel Ihoquestioi still Ilore a on' eltedly..Ml rgtel hoknldIread ...

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SUNDAY EVENING LECTURES AT THE VICTORIA PARADE CONGRE. GATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

SUNi')AY iVENI*N( L'Ci'Ui?4 AT T'111 VICTORIA t'AICADiI CONICRI. GATIONIAL CItURCiI. -4-~- T'he thinl of the oorso of lecture pre. eltly belglo ,lleuroed hy the loe. Robert iey, wi glvon list Hioindy cvednig. , The large nalinco ltenedo with wrellpt attentlon mt evidhleot plmoro to the lecitre, of which we Ih'o i an ictln Ioelow.' The mune. al ot 1 ft r the lcu'ewovne well rendered )by Mr. Ml}lcno, the organslet, wnd the choir. The salIjcet of lectore wvln "lethleri the Qeen." At tlheenud of the Royal least, which we ldeeribedl it a previous loctiee, tile King foiood linself in to plitilae codl' tion. lie lhad dllgraed hlioslfo , nowl dieposed hie Queen. Alter tlhese thlilnge cawe thie enl whcich seially follows foerce storm of paieelon, anil lto that chlii thie King conhl eo the duveeetlinn of Ihhe folly. Ie was no douht grieved nmdfu lnl of orrow. These seceaons re often very Itter, netn it Is well they shouhl ibe so. It ic a testimony to the digncityl ofr oeture that It rebels ag...

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

REuDIED i 5t ES !!T I WHOLESALE CLOTHING COY;, PREMIER- TAILORS'OF 0'AUSTItALIA: ---. - GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS REDUCED TO 10s. 6Dn0..;,. .)?J, FORMER I I'12s. O,., 'ILLIAMSTOWN TWEED? TROUSERS, TO: ORDER, D.,.,.,. . Wehavwo a'vory 4ioteuhlvo Stock of WORBTED COATI?OS, (A?Mio0),- S COTCH CIlEV1 WEST OP ENGLAND TWEEI)S 110IIMESPUN, &. \W, a aonttnl Shrtnk and to Meoasre. P 1I 0 E LIS T: GEELONG TWEED Trousers from - - - a Od Tiouseri aund Vest i1s GOd S Sac Suitsa 4Od We ice preotwe to eitee allorit ors ntrcut It to ats thoI be.t LONDON STYL iith GUARANTEED OOOD FIT, SUI'ERIOOR WORK~ SIIP. SlI A. sveral BSMALL FIRMpS ore copg on t adertitsooooleots oil to of sholsd to deccro I.he pltllc, o o euliplyhig INFEIOtR goodl at ssano ltit of prices, In o l p cane?, oleo FRETENDIN(I they am oociictoel with this tint . ' lrcas note our only ltablitslthcita I EASTER'N MARKET BUILDING2S, tC)URKE STREEIT EAST' t 108 GERTRUDE STRI?RT, FITZRiOY, 4 VICTORIA STREETl WEST MIELIOUIR'I', '? 32'ua...

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

S1 CORNELL'S 0O11 STE :lHOUSE ,rM of Smith and 'el, Stlrcets, C1O)LIN(IllOOD, Ai Alsoat ,iD)E;INE; HOUSE. y' ole uCQesheOrry & lfndelicn Sts., CTION HTO. TE, the Special Price i? l Jst issued 11l eIookIllfWlc, n u rlOO -- 0d1 make y r prie tory NIL SH ALE. BASS'S No, 4, S gLfENDPI CONDITION, o1 Diii.i'i AT Tll, TIONAL HIOTEL, RIRNSI IICK STRluIT. IRK Brandy lrinkers al oi it lar. ionsis ID70, am obtained at the Ni. A lno a oif biii fy thi proprietor of TutE NATIONAL HOPTEl. One of A\llcoick's uh t Tables. gle Bottles at Wholesale Prices. t I0 . 1'0' u'xR1, lI el'no ron. .. SBOUIiKE S'I'IIEE'I' EAST, + W.PI,"'" 0US0 D)IECOIRATOII, &e. ?malrr'' nnltl ls " l . IK STRFET, - NORTH FITZROY,. Ltlliotes Oiven for oeaoerl Repair,. Onlefr promptly attended to. htoter' Materlials e1, All Kinds Always oil hand. G. WELLST EED, iIOLFESAiE \ IFAMILYGIROCER TEA DEALIER, E AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, 1it & 13 11RUiNSWICK STIREET, FITZROY. VMT IO iMPSON, WIIOLMALhE' ASD IETlT L , ', ...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

,.,l?',to' C'Y coufNcL.. The uanil meoting of the Fiti'roy Cit Co.,il waso hotld yoaslterdy oeveig. Jir, sal:t 'tihu liayor ICr. Illdiio),t?.U ll m ii o O1'al2oim Lyoin, Sho.erre, Murloe, Cltoi??n, \floottolh , tBrooke, lid 'lltlp.s, 'rl Ilantlteo of tlhe ]irotuto Imcu|tiIo ll tihu oiltloit corioeslOollcell crom re? ail co ~ ttrt so raved ;iiie, t' oirmrC.. I. From Sir. J.:A. ]Irock Irathmi Atlten. tim. to the dangerouim tidl ttopaaeol astilao of ll¢c-.trebsnmutl noktotg that It ho prolmerl' fermo.f,-t.leiatlc nAttoenid to. 2. I'"rue Sergeant Bllelis re?.rtlnrg that Slorystroet rwas covertl tvit i ithy water which he coonhlj [ IIuIIFJ a ICO Ada el it daer to the eltghltriood.--ll forre do tbfo tthe... spultor for re omt. :i. , i'rem ti rr. Ir . Iloy, 0 o l iealf ofl tre. 'l'terotor, titteroy, clnhlt og eoilt,1mos. tioi for ou aetiilent, tthrougli a tlace of Iro mlm eoiimeittt, Iby which sieO was coofoll to iher eit for ai Ict tlf of tille,--lltieeet , the Coulcil lilng o voeurao to ...

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

PUBLIC NOTICES. EI)WARID LAN HIIORNE & CO. 45 & 47 FITZROY STREET, FITZROY, H A\VI E .tie odrennteS tiona d properties - for aleoatn easy ters.. Alo,, VahtI able Properties in Carlton, hBrighton, Rich mond, and other Suburbs, andi have Trust Mlonies and other litancial tomaus which enablles the fir to advancell the purchase monlley otn tmost lihbeatl terms, extelditing over a ieriod of yca fromu one to ten. lty able bck by nloothltl plylments of principal and interest at 5, 6, oad 7 per ceot. North Fitzoy. Three Weatherboard Cottages, three rooms each, passage, lath and plaster, water, ;as and shalle, veauldahl tluck and front, .4 ft. to Sace-st., by a depth of So ft. to a right of way. £920. Two Woodco Cottages, four rooms each, 2-1-hose stabkle, larIn yard. land ]having a frontage of 44 ft. to Nicholsol-st., Iby :10 to a''0 ft. street; ti.e linute walk front tExhitition. Price, 7W. £1tK tast, 1l-l. Sby lonthlly ptaylen.Lts, ilucldiolg principle and intero-t, 7 per ...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER X. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CIArtOER XN. (Continued). But the ill-timned advice wvas scarcely heard. Nesta. with her hand l)rssel to her brow. wos striving to decide ohlether this tale cooll indeeld be a terrible fact, or ori?inatedl in Miss DLhioeod's own malichims invention. She rushed from the oom, althoogh Maude, now sulticiently cool to dread the cone qlences of her rashness, endeavouret to detainl her. Itso happened that the first peto?n the half frenzied girl encoontcrlt weas 31argelT. Catchiog lhold of the wonma's hands, she Iel. or rather drggel her. into her tol room. "leoity toity child, what nils ye ?" the lyae trosoly exclainlmo . " They wait for me in the kitclen, toorder the setting of the disllee. na I canlot bc hlinlerel 0no0." "Talk not toie of such thins.,' was tihe frantie replyt: "' tht te l Ite .lo ad what "lEh, ehild ? I do not uotd taltll ot-." c;ta repeated the ltortion still mene tx citedly. Margeil looked deoirlfolly eoeflue.. "Let me go. ear child, let...

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FITZROY CITY ELECTION. MR. BENNETTS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

FITZROY CITY ELECTION. C MR. savst ' sraltno. Mr. W. R. Iennetts addressed a meeting of his friends and supporters at the Bruns wick Hotel on Monday evening last, ].. Del bridge, E]q., being in the ellair. There was a goodal attendance, many old and influential d residlents being present. Tie chainnman briefly expreseml his pleasnre in presiding on such an occasion and under such cirenm. stances. Mfr. lcnnetts-tliecand idante--was an old and respected friend of InL. nod had resided in the district since boyhood. He had earned tile esteem and confidence of his fellow-citizens. and tihoroughly deecrved toC be returned at tile lead of the poll. Mr. Bennetts now appeared before them for the first time as a candidate for monicipal Ileor, anll it waonhl int Io right to exact too many pledges osfhand fron him, nor to bind himt down so that lie would find hisn Imtter jndalleant fetteredl at anny future date. I wa? a bnroinees nIan and a successful one, with a large practical experience, and...

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

THE STAGE. BIJonn T1I?IaTnn. The above theatre, which has been closed for alterations and decorations for some time past is announced to he opened on Saturday, ith Aug-ust, by Mr. Fred. Marshall andt his "'|Ilother-in-law." ST. 1EOR1E'S IIALL. Continued success of R. I. Lewis's Measta don Star Minstrels at St. George's Hall, erowded houses being the rule during the week. The different parts of the programme were well rendered, and enthusiastieally re ceired. There has been an entire change of progranune during the week. Forthis even ing Mr. E. S. Woolfe, lessee and manager, announces that an extravaganza entitled, "H.M.S. Pin-a--4-" in black, will be given. TIHTRtE I1OYAL. "Patience," the ?sthetic production, is still running at the above theatre, and as it is now in its fourth week, and still com mands good attendances, there is every pro lability of its holding its place on the boards for some tiume to come. rnItIcLES TsIIATtEr. "WVhere's the Cat" :is the title of the play now bei...

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THURSDAY, JULY 27TH. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

itui?sliY, JULY 27TII. (Before the Mlayor, and Mleesr. Mlarsdcn, Best, atld M'Lean, J'e.l'.) DI)UNK ND DISORDYI:.III.o Frederick laltin was charg?al with the aboveoffence. As he had been locked up for several hours, and was not known to the police, he was cautioned, and discharged. An elderly man, Ianaed 'eter Hughes, was charged with steoling a tomahawk, the pro perty of a mnn wmled Feox. The evidence showedl that at gJout half-past twa o'chxk on M.onlday afternoon the prisoner wsr en coming out of a vard in Hereford-street, and soon after the tomlhawk was missed. The prisoner was followed, and int a hg that he carriedl the tomahawk was found. P1risoner said that he pickedl it tp in the gutter. He elected to le deIlt with sunmmarily, and was seultledl to seels c days imlprisontellnlt. Itmily Smith, altoSusat n Vilkinsa, pleaded guilty to a charge of having atuleu a suit of mena's clothes froml Kate Cosgrave. The fol lowing are the facts of the case :-About 7 o'clock on the evening ...

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SUNDAY EVENING LECTURES AT THE VICTORIA PARADE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

SUNDAY EVENING LECTURES AT TIHE VICTORIA PARADE CONGRE GATIONAL CHURCH. The third of the course of lectures pre- I sently being delivered by the Rer. oteort I Dey, was gic?c last Sunday eveling. The large andiecc lilsteed with wrapt attention I onr crident pleasure to the lecture, of 1 which we give an outline below. The musoi cal part of the service was well renderled by Mr. M'HBeao, the orgaiist, ietd the choir. 1 The subhject of lecture was " Esther, the 1 Queen." At the end of the Royal Feast, which we described in a previous lecture, the King found himself in a pitiable condi tion. He had disgracel himself, and deposed his Queen. After the?e things uyne the 1 calm which usually follows a fierce storm of passion, and in that calm the King could see the devastation of his folly. He was no doubt grieved and full of sorrow. These seasons are often very bitter, asd it is welt they should he so. It is a testimouy to the diglity of our nature that it rebels against lldqtity, ad even i...

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

REDUCED PRICES !!! WHOLESALE CLOTHING COY., PREMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS REDUCED TO 10s. 6D. FORMER PRICE, 12s. ld. WILLIAMSTOW? TWEED TROUSERS, TO ORDER, 9s. d.l. We have a very extensive Stock of WORSTED COATINGS, (ALL ~ orM), SCOTCH CHEVIOTS, WEST OF ENGLAND TWEEDS, HOM~ESPUNS, &c., Warranted Shrunk and to Measure. PR I CE LIST: GEELONG TWEED Trousers from - - - 10s 6d Trousers and Vest - - 18s 6d Sac Suits - - - - 45s Od We are prepared to execute all orders entrusted to us in the best LONDON STYLE, with GUARANTEED GOOD FIT, SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP. CAUTION. As several SMALL FIRMS are copying our advertisements and style of shops to deceive the publie, and supplying INFERIOR goos at satme list of prices, in some cases, also PRhTENDLNG they are conuncted with this firm. Please note otr only Establishtnents 1 EASTERN MARKET BUILDINGS, BOURKE STREET EAST, 10S GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY, 4 VICTORIA STREET, WEST MELBOURNE, 32 and 34 CLARENDON STREET, EMERAL...

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

EDUWARD CORNELL'S (tRIEAT WINTER CLEARING SALE, •HAS COMMENCED AT ROCHESTEhR HOUSE Corner of Smith.oand Peel Streets, COLLix(: WOOlD, Also at ELINE HOUSE. Read the Special Price List just issued And make your purch0ses early. ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S No. 4, IS SPLENDID CONDITION, oN IKltr':ltlT .T Tll NATIONAL HOTEL. ItRUNtOSVICK STrREIE. DI-ARK Brandy Drinkers admit that liar rials on's IS70, as obtained at the Na tional HIotel, is uIlnetnalled. Imrandies, W\'hiskie, wi?, Wie, and un. are all takeni out of oaned by the prolrietor of TIlE NATIONAL HOTEL One of All.otk's Itest Tablles. Single Bottles at Wholesale Prices. - . I'(IITE I Pl sall u:Ttt. '0!a 1l10t1K£,, SlTlIET' I'AST. . W. iILL-EY. HOUSEII DECOILATORI, &e. RAE STREIlfl, NORTH FrTZROY, Estimoate (ivrc, for G(enrel tRepairs. Orders peromptly attendedl to. 1'aintcrs' Materials of All Kinds Always on lianll. G. WELLSTEE.D,.. WH1OILE>ALE & FA)111"1 GROCERI TEA DEALEIR, WINE AND" SPIRIT MERCHANT, 1l & lCt...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. The nusal tmeeting of the Fitzroy City Council was held yesterday evening. Pre sent : Tie Mayor (Cr. Holden), Councillors I'MIiahon, Lyons Showers, Moore, Clauscen, Woolhted, }Brooks, and iPhipps. The minutes of the previous meeting and tihe outward eorrespondence were read and confirmed. COR.BILtPON D)r:CE. i. Fromt Mr. J. A. Brock drawitg atten tion to the dangerott and unpassable state of lieKca-streett. atnd asking that it be properly fonned.-Request attended to. 2. From Sergrettt Rettie reporting that Mary-street was covered with filthy water, which he considered a nutisance and a danger to Cite neighborhood.-Referrcd to the In spector for repoot. 3. From the rev. R. R. Dey, on behalf of Mrs. Treasure, Fitzroy, claimting conmpensa tio for ano accidcent, througl a piece of broken pavement, by which sie was confined to her bed for a length of time.--Received, the Couneil being adverse to recognise any liability. 4. Fremt Mr. R1. White complaining of a nuisan...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS. THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

ESSAY tIN' idIIJKS, "ihfE'itr NfTOItY AND INFLUENCE. ----+---- S(Bir It. 0, MIlton, LOtnanrAa., Praenor PI'ao LrlUnyr, One authority sttes 'that there are many papyrus books still in. perfect preservtiaon, whLil aro as old a tin delart~re ofl the children of larael fromn ', gypt. In tilhe mlaseannl at Tanl,, Italy, there Is one sld to have boel written two hInndred years before tio birth of Mnoses, anl at Maraeilles, in FPranct, there are a number of Egypltian nmnuscripts, lidt asionng themn two papyru olls owhichl contain the l istary of tina n'an. of Sreostre, written dulring teo lifetimels of that prince. The skins of leuts were early and . ixtonsvely ilsel hin Iookmaking., ilomer's lllinl antd O syuey were writtenton' serpent skills. parhmenat, : or nrearredl alieepaskins was flrt nnrni tnrellhl lt ata Per." namos, a city in Mytsa inn Asia Minor, alout.. twoe hunredl years blefore Christ. It in largely In use, as a innterial for writing, roer at te presmaent time, partleularly I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

Ono of tlho yroatstcourges tlhat hlavro er oflhloted irirk ild, Ii toftiffv. Nothiivg in to o ifreaded moro than tlie huorning tlwfngs of this tyroot of hoooooitv. It is genoorlly motaewl by coldl nnll 1 or pawn,~r vrurlyy In thoe oetrelmties, n ftpro volitionli In lattr thoul cure, menusll nltrcthl to fdoptal to word theow oif. lr. F'. Corpentor, Soot viol Shvr onvukor of I;_h hhotootrfvhu strvtof speciallyodevlotesthis nttentiof to theo 1wtmction of vtroov rotrvitio, indl cn hir r. lie v on no keepi tlto feet warts and case Its ntcudt loth btter and at lower rates tltnnriiyolo ohlio iv the trade. [Auior.] *Mr. RI Ifottovloy, ovovr oh (lortrftlr ioll fhorroetrortv, in ihfofjifvi of Ilif rwnter's stock of drtprry, vot Iflloere oprefolly rtoop lines in iufhoinioltiiollvr nudfIhovyitnoteri. whf. flillitrry ot rrdntd roter. Sprclil lilis iorvarious ideprtimoten, wello orth In. Ofctinn. An thiy aro bleinog roidy learerd, t viit shovd lv poidat onto. [Aiur.]

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

TO.Tll enrDITO|I llr tte tiroor wITY Irm., SQoo-.I beg the Iodilgenco *of a. small staeo It your next Isane to answer youlr nor. Srepondent, tlei 1rv, If Itlddn, In reference to one or two lstakclse hoe I mode. In tile frlt ploae hie eems to thlink I wrote Ito inaliee. Now I mnat ask hhn to dlsabnose his moito of any soh lIdea. I wrote tilmply in thie ntorest of the Chutirh, thlnkt?g le Ihat made a mistakeko I recnmmellMng Mr, Fox to the )llshop to tilt the olfice of too. reuler for our parlh.L I thought then the .mitako came front hlia nert, Ibit now I per. elveh It nontlo frtont hit hel. .. flow coull ihe think ny firstl qieustin "ioc Is It o ynonng a memi r of thbIs or any other Churoel'! anl any reference to the age of a poereo. Ite coolt not, nl be dltli .ioto icatae hIe tglns ilise explaonationll y sayig, "I unldorstAld Nhnrod to refer to tie tlngtht of 'time Mr. Foxn ims rois con. inected ith St. Lke'&" Ilo forgot to meno tlo thiot St,.Loke'a Cloarol Ie lieen opoened ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

TO Tilt, KOIITO OF TIIt tITZtIOC CITY 1'0000. i Si,--No~ tlattlito imlleipcl oelections are aloatto take place I would ask yoa to allow' u to vcttllato whllat I coldor to' hobe a grioevanco, I allude to theo dlinulinatton of of the South Flitzroy edectors- to allow the North to boieoeaately roeprueentl at thi counoil table. It accrh to aoe that peple Booth of Reillystreet (Aloxaimu laradof look upon we poor unfort oto Northllonora zro epoeIs of'iuhiitooalpl tlllrohbl!r, ii'ho are ever on the crotch' It order that wo may poumte ,r1non largetr portlul of thi oitl revetnoitati we'haveartlfit to, and thore. fore they diligently sot tlelr face a;alul lortlern 01n oittiog"a reat AiitiOegot tllhe fatliers. This s not i it alhould Ir. If o1 our idty woe, d'vlded tlitu wroelwo shohld be ade every year to seud oto representative to the eonni; and thlreeo of the niae,couno oteillore would always represent our Interests. As It is we are totally nt theu lercy of the south whether owe re represen...

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