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FOOTBALL MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

FOOTBALL MATCHIA PLAYED LAST .R4TERDAT. Fitzroy 2nd twenty v Northcote r2nd wenty. This match was played at North cote, and resulted in a wnm for the latter by2 goals and 2 behinds to 17 behinds. Northcote won the toss, and Robinson kicked off for Fitzroy. In the first half the play ans very even. Northcote 2 goals 2 behinds to Fitzroy 3 behinds. After half time the Northcote were never in it. the Fitzroy icking hehind after blehind, but could not kick a goal. Morcombe, Adams, Robinson, Callaghan and White played well for Fitzroy. Fitzroy Alberts v. Cambridge Imperial. Tlhis match was played on the ground of the forner, and resulten in an .say victory for the Albert, who obtained 7 goals and 12 lchinds to the Imperial's 2 behinds. The goal kickirs were llattiscomhe (2), Maddox, Darrah, Longbottom, Ansell and Anderson. For the winners, Carter, Clarke, Duncan and the goal kickers played splendidly, as did Day, Ewing, Capper and Burnleyforthe losers. 7onnanby v. Moonee Ponds resulted i...

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

NORMAN'Y v. FITZROY ALBERTS. To TIlE EDITOI OF TIHE FrITROY CITY FREO. Sn,--The majority of the members of the Fitzroy Alberta are under the impression that I, as umpire in the ablove named foot ball match, played last Sturdaey, the 22nd inst., was paid for my scrrics,'and further that I acted unfairly towarnls the Alberta. Both these statementsI deny, and beg to state that I acted as fair as my knowlledge of the game would allow me, and I think every olooker will agree with me in saying so. In reference to the goal in dispute, it is not a matter for a central umpire to decide, but at the same time I think it was a goal, and the match enlded in a dreaw. Yours etc., T. WV. MOODY.

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FITZROY COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

FITZROY COUNCIL ELECrION. Mr. Jao. Grigg addressed a meeting at the Empress of India Hotel on Thursday even. ing, Mr. J. Andrews in the chair. The chairman dwelt in highly complimentary terms on his experience of the candidate, whom he d known for years. That gentle nan was an energetic, pushing tradesman, ond would form a good councillor, and he hoped those present would do their utmost to secure his return. Mr. Grigg said that he eame forward at the request of many in. fluential gentlemen, and was prepared to do his utmost for the city and the ratepayer generally. He was prepared to support a loan if it could only be shown that it would not require an increasel rate. Cr. M'Mahon proposed to do this, aid as he represented it, the project seemed feasible. If it nultiH. mately proved to be so, he wohld vote forit: He supported the idea of a bridge over the Merri Creek cordially, as he considered it would be a great benefit to this district. It woeild induce a neat traffic, and create...

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

REDUCEDY' ' PRICES i! !1 WHOLESALE.. CIOTHING COY., Pr,; P R FH~fR:,TAILORS iW AUS¶TALIA,. GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS REDUCED TO 10s. 6D2 ; FORMIE PRICE, I12. M. f tt1H{IAMSTOWN .T1J ED TROUSEIR, i.TO ,OlIWIII,.. 0s:: lu ___ Wo.\~heesa urysxteUsleduue't ' q 8ahv ayetnieSoko ORST~A COATINUS;a (ALL. uns.o), - SCOTOi'I)SIQ2, j.,,--,,S .u}IWST' itOLANDI TthfBUS, 1tOMEl$I'UNS, &u., 'tt arrrantd Shrindk rinl o Msuasure. tGEELONG TWED Trousers from - -10, ad ., Trousers and Vest 188, d UI 8$:13u~~ I ,, 464[isOd We us arepnrd to eseoute all orders aetrusted to us In tlihobust"LOhNlDON STY1, nwith OUAIANThH1) 0OOD FIT, sUPPrIOR 1 OR)11ANSI;Iii ,_..; C AUIJ TIO N.:ý :. . As sseersl BRAN} FIRtMS are copsing nor usirertisenunts nod style ut siups io ircllvee th %bi I ah puply ug INFtiiR uoIods st smen lst of priues, in nuns nus, nleb I'lU F.NU 2h'n they nrore eoacctnl n"Itl~lh ftin. PIrase unto nau unly E'Sltabiiuissentn j ) '&STW 1t1A i IIiUILDIRZs, N IOUIKRK STHRlfl RAST, !~ l U06...

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

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, AUG. 5th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

S SATURDAY , AUfO.,t h, 1882, i SVgan tlh days intorvyonl atwCeo thli anil tlu d(lay,of.thle a»nnula lectioi 'for thlo City LOutlil, but ,thlor io 'little likclilool of aly ihnportant alteration taking plaeo in tim stte of nallir. Thel whole aix caunlidateu na delermined to go to tle poll,';ill i.asn'llbo i i lqite confident that lin 1io1 olthi fo pbsltpoin we will await the returni with Solio eagcnless !.'l\Whecnenail| inf'i~i'rtihi to receivoe good support, an ihl tlhe pr eont interest, and where thli bnnlinc of lirobaIbilitlej i Nor diljH llt4 nirtoe , itin linrld to Arriv , t ltTh reult," Mr. 1enllocta will rdecivaeri' laoi slupport, first i?'a jirivn at hltilidol, second as at cotistitutionalist, third as a chlampion of tllih ntit-trtintwan y caiic, oind' fourth .as n pronhinleit and rnspeicted mineiiber of aln iIIportant ruligioul body. Thesl inllueuces are' certain toi carry hit" in, in our opliion,, and" wo ltay' pretty 'snfly'prellc"thit'lilo will be one of our representati...

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

Onoe of tlh grcateaLt scoorges that hve ?vrer aflictedl mankid, is rheumaotism: Notling is to be drended more than the bulding twings of this tyrant of humanity. It is gcenrally produotd bIy cold anl daclpness, particularly in the extremities, and a" pre :ention is better than cure, means shoulll -ie aloptcel to ward these off. Mr. F. Carpenter, Boot and Shoc-miaker of 172?'Brunst-ick street, specially devotes Iris attenltion to- thi protection of the extremitics, and can he re lietl on to keep tihe fet warmi anid r?oscy oe imetds both better nod at lower rateo thamnayone else in the trade. [Au\v.] - Mr. E ]ottomley, corner of Gertrude and Gore-strects, is disposing of his wintcr's stock of drapery, and fffiers specially cheap lines in lanaels, woollens and heavy materi tes.. Mlillinery atdredumed rates. Special ines in various departments, well wrorth iti opection. As they arc being rapidly cleared, a visit shoalh h palid at once. t?uar .]J

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

TO T?HE EDITOR OF Ti?E FITZROY CITY Prpm. Szn,-Now that the municipal elections are about to take place I would ask you to allow me to ventilate what I consider to be a grievance, I allude to the disinclination of of the South Fitzroy electors to allow the North to be adequately represented at the nouncil table. It seems to me that people south of Reilly-street (Alexandra Parade) look upon we poor unfortunate Northerners i1 a species of municipal till-roblmrs,, who are'ever on the wathelimn order thalmt we' any pounce upon a larger portion of the city revenue tlhan we have a ri-ht to, and there fore they' diligently set t~cir face against northern imen getting a seat amongst the fathers. This as not as it should Ibe. If our our city were divided into wards, we should hbeable every year to send one representative to the council, and three of the nine coun cillors would always repreent our interests. As it is we are totally at the mercy of the n south whether we are represented at all...

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THE STAGE. PRINCESS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

THE STAGE. PRINCES TIHEATRIE. After a short season the fariecal comedy of "" Where's the cat" was performed for the last time at the Princess Theatre last night. Messrs. Williamson, Garner, and Musgrove nnounce tlhat the tell known domestic drama thfe "Ticket-of-leave Mao," by Tom Taylor, will be produced this evening, Miss Jennie. Lee taking the part of Sano Wil loughcy. Mr. J. '. ]lurnett will play the rle of .lcl Dalton, and Mr. H. it. Harwvood that of Melter Moss. The remainder of the homeotemr are well ast. IUtEM)Nvs TII?ETRL The Zingari Comedy Club gave a performn ace at the above theatre on Wdlnesday 0.-ening. It was under the patronage of his Excellency the Govenlor, and the president and committeeof the Homs-opathie Hospital, in aid of which institution the entertainment wa giveCn. There was a very fair attendi cnce, the-. theatre being two-thirds filled. The performanoe commenced with Mir. WV. S. Gilbert's comedietta "Sweethearts," in which the characters of Harry Spreadhr...

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SUNDAY EVENING LECTURES AT THE VICTORIA PARADE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

SUNDAY EVENING LECTURES AT THE VICTORIA PARADE CONGRE GATIONAL CHURCH. The fourth of the Sunday evening lectures on the Book of Esther was given last Sunday by the pastor, the RHe. Robert Doy. The subject as announced was 'Hanman and Mordecai." The following is the lecture in outline. Mordecai is sitting in the kin-'s gate, but not as gatekeeper. To sit in tMe gate was Ito be well advanced in the king's cervice. He associates with chamberlains ond ministers of state. Soon after the eleva. tion of Esther he became aware of a treason able plot. How it arose, or how he came to know of it, we are not told. He communi rated with Esther, who certified the king of the affair in Mordecai's name. The two con epirators were seized and crucified, and so with the record of the deed in the Book of the Chronicles, the thing for the present ended. But now there comes suddenly upon tile stage one of the great lcharacters of tile Hook--Hsmace . He conic upon us in mch the same way as a Macbeth or aR...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 3RD. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Showers, Marsden, Best and McLean, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

TIH5DAY, Acrsrc 31r,. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Showers, Marsden, Best, and McLean, J's.P.) DRUOIK AS.D DISORDERLY. Graham McCormick was charged with the above offence. He pleaded guilty, and was fined Is. with -s. CId. costs. ISSULTIsG BEHlAVIOUIR. Henry Martin, for insulting hehaviour in a public place, was fined IOc. rith theoption of 48 hours imprisonment. DISORERLY C?DrrrT. Mary- Lawler was presented for disorderly conduct in Victoria Parade on Wednesday night. The evidence of constable Mason was conclasive, and the prisoner was fined 40s. witlh the alternatirve of one montlh in gasl. S INSULTING .A.NGUAGE. Michael Butler was charged with making use of insulting language towards a numn named Carr. The prosecutor said he did tnot wish to press for a heravy penalty, as the priisoner lmd two little children dependalt on him for support. Fined 10s.orindefault 48 hours inprisonment. .?S`ALTnsI: A Co.r?-l L.. Ther'nas? prisoune was charged with assaulting Constable Callender in ...

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

CITY OF FITZROY HANDICAP. TO TOE EDITOR OF TIlE FITZROY CITY I'IPF, SIz,-Another year has ran its race, and in its coursce has brought us fae to face with the big handicap, for which the entries arc above the averages, both with regard to num ber and ability. Therefore itis with some rerluctuee Iundcrtake tho task of spotting the winners, but I shall endeavour to do my best, dealing out evenhanded justice to all. Merchant.-A grand horse with an easy going andl stylish action, sound in every respect;.h s never performed in public, but in private has proved himself a thoroughly honest horse, having gone through' some severe trials. His friends are sanguine and are prepared to lay their bottom dollar on him. He will come to tle post fit as afiddle Grocer.-A grand colt, from Gore-C-er trude, has never performed in public this beinghis mrilden effort; isla grand goer, os a a iell, and will mlak tlloe opposed to him extend themselves beferrc he is beaten. P'ortmanteau.-Is an old veteran, ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FITZROY COUNCIL ELECTION AND NEW BLOOD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ~-4-- FITZROY COUNCIL ELECTION AND e NEW BLOOD; TO E mtonoR OF, TIE FrZaor C?rT rIos. S ,-W?ith youar kind permission I would like to say a few words in favor of the intro. duction of new members into our City Coun oi, T.There is a general feeling that after a councillor has eena afew years in office that he gets into, the habit of conducting the business of the ratepayers in a matter-of course style, and I think it is a gool plan now and then to introluce some active busi ness men who are likely to :look after the working staff and see that the money of the rotea?yre is spent to the general advontage of the city. Amongst the. six candlidates standing for election there are only two who are anbsolutely new to municipal life, viz., Mlessrs. Bennetta and Grigg. Mr. Benneta is so well known to the ratepayers, having had a large business in the principal the. roughfare for many years past, .that it is un necessay for one to say anything on hi hehalf. Mr. frigg h...

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

SPECIAL, COLU9XX. .;.r AA,, S1:'tiulcorectcFitzry ' Paini il'O 'uaulcntat' ]Sool:liiridiný: \ Jtsie atidnalj' 'hll' lnIl mlt ''urtfulios, viriclo t:.ill) . ize. Iluol: Fdgigel ll. il.: ' rrimling Lcrftoritiny;'&'.. Promptly amii, till .lone. AT: , t .I I .J OSRPII" "I: LL'I'r' $ "C'OS, '}~i; FLiNDF.IttfrJANE'FAST'4't i GA''L' -\' A N 'V'S E'"D' '!:O'N': AT .LI'4N"DIS) I I)iT'1i.t5 : Coot owl (slvanio e'te Spo t ' " 1"' ttinges of Boor'ryh} iooornptiOo''" 13 nice, (oo., ]Sell, oiol Spcakiog'rolwo.'a Aoronrkon 'I rops Uriaanlo;'it t l.tooniCol ! nnd ELonnrlleo tl' Sinks, 1'lobtri'n SHoge, Sc. ? d i Tý\11O-JllSON 1AND SON, ' l lnli falitrrrcrs of"' I ALL KIND)S O1 l]flUSIct1V Ant,;." 295 IhIRUNSIW ICK' itt ' : " "'"I: '~ T ho Cheopoot Stooes in the Diotriwt for Honcehold hl Srolltco",' Corner of - ' CGEOtChE . \\ 1.1.11 ST19EES. Coostant Sopp',on of Freho ilntotr acid Egbo ILso, i Tco'., and, Crirar' of t Lccnt Qinlits 1 Fltio e lceltlooof l're Lolaloo liotino, mld China TEA I'...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

OUR STORY'TELLER MONA S CUILSE. -ClAlPrn: XI. (Co:ntin?led). -"What should Wielolthin cann that lnt h ye ne ILi help, and Iie Iikotini iiicivil tom'lli onistrile friends. ,'Wl4tt'in lie do fir yollu, goun gsir!.' Don't ii nfrrnil tio Qntiiiinndh iiloi; Itoliu isn't proud. ' Whet .n lie lo flor you V "'if yeou are as willing es syou profms to Ir. I,- fetct i.tn i torlih or . lAinrt. nI ioldl it rlil I eoadilli atiil Uridle tes iuirse. Antd hark ye, cirnlh; say nothiniug to tihu grouinS in the lUll of lwhat I do.". Robin laid his linger on his lip. "Wise' unt like Ituluin o.n alnnys krepcounsl:. ''A light, yiuog sir! niu etodal thave it!" ijle rn n away, and in nn increlibly short spa of time returneoi with a link in cach As Lewellvi iwas lesadiig the aoliihl ihe hlid rke:ctl out'of its still tlhis ecectiric toietrl-arer sit, in .i -."eu Ihiillspi. l1 Iounll I niuiit tgowith ye. gpel bir. itobin lh:t his dou-rts of thle wisi.lni of staving I,-. hind while the giood eoprlo are at their...

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

REDUCIED 'RICES !!! WHOLESALE CLOT IiN 1Y., ' 1 TREMIER TATILORS OF AUSTRALI ' - ! . l- ,. .1 . GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS REDUCED TO 10s. 6D.; ' FORMER PRICE, 12s. Od. WILLIAMSTOWN .TWEED TROUSERS, TO ORDER, Os. 4d. We have a very extensive Stock of WORSTED COATINGS, (ALL wooL), SCOTCH CIr1VIOTS, WEST OF ENGLAND TWEEDS, IOIMFSPUNS, &c., - Warrantcd Shrunk and to Measure. PRIC LIST: GEELONG TWEED Trousers from - - - 10s 6d Trousers and Vest - .- 18s 6d Sac Suits - - - - 45s Od We are prepared to exc~te all onrers entrustie to us in the best LONDON STYLE, with GUARANTEED GOOD FIT, SUPERIOR WORK3IANSII'. CAUTION. As several SMALL FIRMS are copying our advertiseents and style of Mlps to decceive the public, nml supplying INFERIOR gools at same list of pnrcs, in s.1ee cases, alls PRETENDING they are conneetel with this finn. Please note our only Estallishmentis ore, - . .- . ' / .: . i' " I .EASTERN MARKET BUILDINGS, BOURKE STREET EAST, 10S GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY, 4 VICrORIA STREE...

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

EDWARD I CORN IS `ROORHESTER 'IHUSEI Corner of Smitli and Feel "Street, . *.; : :,.?, . C O: ,LLE ( ;W O O D . MADELiNE :,HOTSE, eCorner otf'Queoebcrr & MNidelino Ste.,a ;ed the Special Price Lit just istsded And make your ?urilaies early.. THICTHENER :! TRICTHENER !! M AK ER ;IN. FITZROY. Estnt. us:L, I 0. ENGLISH ALE. BASs'S No. 4, IN SPLENDID CONDITION, NATIONAL HOTEL; BRUNSWICK STRE:T. '"DARK lBralnd Drinkeis admit that Bar . rinaeon's 1870, as obtained at the Na tional Hotel, it toneq ullou:. Bmrandies, W?liskite. Wines, and Rum. are 'ill taken out of bond Iby tihe proprietor of THE NATIONAL HOTEL , IILI.ILDS: One, of Alleock's Boot Tables. Single Bottles at Wholesale Priccs. 205 BiOUIKE STREET EAST CHAANDLJER' S ,,,, ., -.(LATEr U : ) Io .1 ,,NOTED.COHEAP DEPOT 233 BRUNSWQICK ST.,'' S ' FITZ'RY. Ironmongery, Tinware, Ernshes; , .,, Brooms, and Fancy Goods, ' W 'H',lOLA1.LLE." LD T]RE.tIL 'THE " CHE.XPEST HIOUSE FOR .TOBACCO I~ THE TIADE. D. BELOh ER, SA-DDLER. IARNIINS...

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POLICE INTLELIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, JULY 31ST. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden, Woodhead, Best, and Falconer, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

POLICE INTLELIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. .In%*i.AY,. JULY 310r. (Before 31r. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Mars den, Wondhcad, Best, and Falconer, .s.P.) DRUNK AnD DI-iORfl-t-M. William Marshall, Mary Jane Haycroft, George ;Gage, William Taylor, and BIenjamin Howard were charged with the above offence. Marshall and Haycroft were cautioned and disctenhil, Cage and Taylor were each fined 5s. with tihe option of 24 hours incar ceration. Howard, whom the police de erribed as an nll offender, was e ineil 20s. or in default 4S hours in gaol. William Thompson was brought up on re mand charged with being in a plblic place with intent to commit a felony. The evi dence given on the 24th July was repeatel. Serjeant Rennie reportol that no owner had been found for the new knives that the pri soner had in his possession when he was ar rested. The police nmgistrate aid tlmt the prlbabilities were tlmt the prionmer wan a professional thief, but that an there was some doubt the bench would give him the benef...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, AUG. 5th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 5 August 1882

SATURDAY, AUG. 5th, 188l. SEVERAL days intervene between this and the day of ,the annual election for the City Council but there' is' little likelihood of any important alteration taking place in the state of affairs. The lhbole six candidates are determined to go to the poll, and as each one is quite confident that he will obtain a position we will await the returns with some eagerness . Where each is certain to receive a good support, as in the pre sent interest, and where the balance of probabilities is so difficult to ascertain, it is hard to ariive'at tho' resilt.. Mr. Bennetts.will receive ,a large support, first as a private. indiiidual, second as a constitutionalist, third as a champion of the anti-tramway cause, and fourth as a prominent and respected member of an important religious body. These influences are certain to carry him in, in our, opinion, and we may pretty safely predict that he will be one of our representatives. Mr.. Britten, the second in alphabetical order,...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOMESTIC MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 9 August 1882

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