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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

TOWN OF FITZROY. A LTERNATE TENDERS for the Lease,. for 8, 5, or 7 years, of the BASEMENT ST'OREY of the Town Hall,'Fitzroy, will be"received until'5'p.m. on Friday, 17th instant. Conditions and all ,other particulars at this office. The Council do not bind themselves to acoept the highest or any tender. HYA oHART, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, Fitzroy. December 7th, 1875. TOWN OF FITZROY. ALTERNATE TENDERS for. snplying •GAS to and LIGHTING the Public Lamps, in the streets lying south of the centre of Reilly street, in the Town of Fitz roy, for 1, 2, or 83 years, will .be received until 5 p.m. on Friday, 17th inst. Specifications to be seen at this office. .... The Council do not bind themselves to acceptthe lowest or any tender. H' Y dAMe HART, Town Clerk. Town Clerk' Office, Fitzroy,' December 10th, 1875.' TOWN OFFITZROY, iENDERS will be received until 561p.m. .. on Friday, the 17th inst,, for kerbing: and channelling the following .treets;, as under, viz.: 1. Napier street, f...

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COUNCILS. FITZROY, DECEMBER, 10TH, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

COUNCILS. FITZROY, DECEMBER, 10tn, 1875,   There were present at the ordinary fortnightly meeting of the above Council -His Worship the Mayor (Cr. Mahnoy) in the chair, Crs. Hackett, Evans, Showers, Woodhead, Ewing, Rowe, and Tucker. CORRESPONDENCE. The Lying-in Hospital and Inebriates' Retreat, asking to be considered in charity vote. Referred to Benevolent Committee. A communication from the railways and Roads Department stated that, in con- sequence of the alteration of the law effected by the Local Government Act, 1874, it is no longer necessary for Councils to furnish main road accounts, nor schemes of toll expenditure. Received. Mr. G. D. Langridgo, on behalf of Mr. Mareden, asked permission to place flagging in front of his promises, and to, cover footpath in Condell street with com- position pavement. Referred to Public Works Committee. A communication was. received from Melbourne Sewers and Water Supply Department, in re the watering of the streets. Referred to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

GENERAL NOTICE. THE Mercury is published every Saturday Morning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged is. per quarter, payable in advance; by post Is. 6d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. The Editor will be obliged for inform .ation-more especially relating: to .Ideal matters. SCALE FOR ADVERTISING. -3Buhiness Cards, per quarter, from 7s. 6d. Official and Election Advertisements, each insertion, per mob ... 2s. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for Sale or Exchange, Miscel. laneous, Missing Friends, &c., Os. 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths, and Marriages ... ... . .. sle. Od. To ADVa?TIsBsa.-Notice to withdraw advetlisemenats mst be given in writing. THE Mercury can be obtained from any of the following agents':-Subscription is. per quarter. G. CAnRNSr ... 167 Smith street. Mrs. WOODRUFF.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

Toys and J Sana'o Goods. PRiESENTS'i WOI9LEBALE AzjD l'TAiL 218 : Smith st., Collingwood. Crilcketing goods, workbodxes,' writing ' desks, albums,, ladies' bags aind comnpanions dolls, toys, stationery, and fnticy goods of everydesbiiipti6ni Buihtblo fo b CHRISTMAS; PRESENTS. & NEW YEARS' cIFIS Berlin wool 4d. per dozen. : ,. "I' : torekeepors and hawkers suppleid. MRS. HIGGENS' :(t i FAICY REPOSITORY, I ,:149B; 1SMITH STREET, FITZROY. S'oks in great variety. Patterns overy ,Material 'for, Braidings a. Berlin Woolu ingreat variety Registry Office fo6rServantsa 'n for Cotitts', ultranteed AneotJ Abid. .. Boots a..nd ?ShB es. BOOTS'': BOOTS ! Oh! Mlarn,pWhnt pretty boots Mis? .ones wears. + , . ,: , h : where did sh" $uytehimi.. Why; I ' thought everybody. knew, mother,, ,at, RicAna',.ps The,.plade is -crowded ovoiy 'day. Go earlyi Satureday night and buy me a pair. Be sai? to go to the right place, S, Opposite Wesleyan Church, , 1 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. yo6lv¢ fyea first-...

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FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

, FRANK 'LAYT'ON. c .(AreAiBTRATIA' TWront.) ; ,,BY,,oG.,E: 1,' SARGEANT. : . .' .. ' .... (rnox *."i l sl n ;'ouB.")* 1 ' ,- + ALL was sileitearound';' the inmates of' t'e' nelghbounih'g huts,, is wellras the j r mily' ' "t 'fe f , 'were' " probably quietly .sleepingr. at all events, no light *as visible;i and, refreshed by the cool ir heohad breatlied, and the dispersion f his wild imaginations, 'ayton softly' losed' the dtb6r n;nd :tretching himself ta t' ni6i ies'ecdtful distnice' from the re,; Waog cemorec asleep,'. and this time dreamlessly. :?. . Early., in,,the evening; ,a slight .ex planation ' had sufficed to change the position'"do 'theo young stranger, at the' .farinfr'oi'i1ithft6f a benightlo:traVeller, ospitabyi 'iriiell to '1th x,, fiani onouredguest, doubly, welcmed , 1 .." It:::i'i !'<Very.'tstrange,""' ; said .Mr., Iray"'Sb'ot:afleieiLayton had'ttakei' his mt conversing wit the young aau,, seem ato:.have. some rrdiatinctromemi. ':ranodidf your and iyet?l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

R. K "Eo.RiS W .iA VV. ei r ir d, ¶in Mergh?nt, O p DO't r e B n t t e Gf i r MS - atr eet ) . THOMAS- COLES, iep' FaiiL, yT G.roer, 98 ELG),N T?T?, CARLTON. , nse and Land Agent AN]Y WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, Corner of ellington & Langridge Sts., Lately occupied by A. E. DOWNIE, P.R.D.; from his success in the past, and ongiganid varied experience as Tea Dealer, d:.-Wines& "Spirts of oio et quity. pad ei arie 4dr m e w ,tRoTat"' I r t f-. rs( f j!l , G ' ..... ' .1 1...... . ,w·T·E ,' "; .,2" EEL ,ST. Ooingtoood, Te$ e 'et ... , Groc er, +'k ' knxh f lS I ERCHA ' .Corer kb o n??b ad ?.b?• .Sl'dree, ! a147,B B U h 'i .EEET ,1 'E .,l ;,'W'. TH OM .P SO, N, Wholi:lý16 id, Retail All artoles ~n the trade sold, at tie lowest prices for cash. The T Oi! ISI h-.- l a t1he: col.. Icyalf an" PnUnJars. May be ad 5r1m .1. ; tm EOGE BARKER, Do-0 SMITEE STREET HUN S HAT FACTORIES, 186 SMIT) ST.,opposite Woods' Tlnber Yard. iVER' description of Hats and Caps id E pe8 - contl...

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CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

CHAPTER iXZII. IT is well. with 'us' when, with entire submission to the Difine will, anid with childlike confidence in our almigfty Father's protection, we can draw near to Him who sees and hears in secret, by the medium of approach which 'he himself has appointed, and commit our selves to.his.guidance and .love, It is :well when the -recollection of :past deliverance leads us not only to grati tud6 and' self-renunciation;' and dedi cation to Him whose ?e are and whom iwe serve,; but ,to. simple, unianxious dependence on His watchfulness who f' neither slumbers nor sleeps.', It is: ,especially well when, in addition to this, and in reference to the ten thouss and' dangers which surround us daily, ,we can say, unhesitatingly: "Hast' Tnor not given Thy word To save my soul from death? And I can trust my Lord To keep my mortal breath. 'I'll go and come, nor fear to die, Till fromnon high Thou call'sb me:home." It was thus with Challoner Matson; 'and we trust it will be no derogation '...

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CLEVER PEOPLE. (LIBERAL REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

OLEVER. PE OIPL.E:;''? Is it a good'thiin'tod li' clever? One would think not; ju~ging; ,by, the .man ner in which many talented people., are 'treated...' I point'of f'at, the usage to wihich' tlese .are sometimes subjected is of,' suh: a 'eharacter . that :they ,may readily be excused if they oebasidoally devoutly wish-that they. were stupid. Their less brilliant neighbors :are econ ,tinually trying to pick :holes in their coats; 'with the view of showing the world that.th'~ are hnot deserving df such high praisens, ite world seems disposed to award them..., Critics 'who will ,graciously 'permit persons - of a common-place characte'r' 'to' escape the lash of censure, pouniiice upob a man who is popularly suppdsied to be above, the average in point of intellectual' attain ,meits 'and savagely flligellate him to the : extntf tf"thei~ power. At 6ie tiine-they endeavor,,to prove thathe is .a.rank impostor;. at another times they. hint that he is a dangerous 'charactet, who is doing mor...

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POETRY. THE LOST PET LAMB. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

POETRY.? . THB. LOST..PET LAMB. HushI 'tid'th'eh'66'bl 'itll aid s'olmini eve. Harkl not'a s6bind'disttrbs' the' 1i ar cold air-. Save onelthe oiý 6f's?or6*, full ltf'are,' Which swiftly' bieaks the 'sileitce, deep, profound. I step into the wood, and hiiry'forth To aid by, hand or.v oide the tluble tossed, Who needs my strengti,to save,fromi being lost?P I speed me on, and darkness closes rotinid. The cry more shrill and piteo?a ascends, And echoes far among the stormi bleached hills; My heart with wonder beats,. and 'nightly' chilles ' Creep down,my frame, and charge my soul with dread. ; ' ', Still-still I press, ith bdsy heedless feet, The leaves and undeowood, the d?w griase, And reaoch'it lldiigth h h mouio'ntain` Near whioh' a tree witih buanohibs wide out. spread. I called aloud, and from beneath the tree, A shepherd-lad ran swift'to my embrace. His hands were grasped by, mine, and in al short space ,, I learned the cause of all his troubled cries. "He left his home as night...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

TOWN OF FITZROY. UBiLICANS and others. aro renrinded that, under the provisions of the Act, LICENSE FEES hbst be paid and Licenss taken out within fourteen days after the granting thereof, . 1 ,. HYAM HAET own Clerk. Town Clerk's Offco,sFitzroy, December 16th, 1875. Town Ha11, Fitzroy. G-RAND BALL On BOXINGN NIGKT, DECEMBER 27TI.. J. GREENOUGH, M.C. A STATE NIGHT SCHOOL is held at State School No. 460,, George street, Fitzroy, on Mondays, sWednesdays, and Thursdays, from 7 till 9 p.m. EDWARD SAVAGE, Head Teacher. flEORGE ST. STATE SCHOOL, ,U No.282 (held in Mr.Horsfall's premises) A Free Night School holr on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, for Boys. On Tuesdays, Wednesdays. and Fridays for Girls. An efficient staff of four Assistants employed. The school commences at seven o'clock. P. K. O'HARA, Head teacher. IOLLINGWOOD DEBATING SOCIETY 'U Oxford strebt Church Lecture Hall, Peel street., Monday evening, December 20th, at Bight o'clock. Social Meeting. The public are respectfull...

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TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

TIME. How'many changes liere we see; Hdw mnany partings o'er; 'Tis Time that works the mnstery And bids us be no m6ro.. Each imomiit doth with rapid jace" ,Most surely now go on, Not all the world can e'er replace , That'preoiots' moiment gone., Or when gently fleeting away i The wings of. Time waft by, None can'its onward course delay, Not o'en its haste defy. . Time waits for no one; no,' iothel He must be on his way : Till lost in bright eternity Time doth no more decay. Oh! Thou tovwhom a thousand dears, Are but? as yesterday,. Help us, in our respective spheres;, . TO use tlme'faithfully . •

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Labor Omnia Vinoit. 'TO CORRESPONDENTS. ,. Rqjected communications cannot be returned under any eircuumstances whatever. .No notice can be taken of anonymnous com munications., Every letter pmust: be accyu panted by the name and address. of they uoritter,not necessarity for publication, butt as a guara ntee of good faith. To avoid inconvenience and delai to persons interested see have to request that all business co,,,nunications, Including advertlsements, orders for the paper, and rendittances, be ad. dressed to GaRI?ITH & SPAvr?, and not to; the EDITOE. ADVEInTIBEaPrNT, in all cases, to Beprepaid. Letters and other eommuaicalions intended for insertion in the news coltumn should be addressed to the Editor.

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COLLINGWOOD V. ABBOTSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

COLLINGWOOD V. ABBOTSFORD. This match was resumed on, Saturday last, the weather being more favourable for cricketers than it was on the previous Saturday. The Abboteford sent Miley and Gregory to the wickets; Bruce and Black taking up the bowling for Collingwood. Bruce's first ball took Gregory. 2-8-11. Lucas then took the bat and putting his foot in front of the wicket to one of Bruce's balls, had to retire. 3-0-18. Crawford took his captain's place, getting a double and a single off the remainder of Bruce's over, which he followed up with a double off Black, Nully stepped out of his crease to meet one from Bruce, and missing it, he was (sharply stumped by Bloor. 4-0-18. Boyd then went to the wickets and got two doubles in fine style off the finish of Bruce's over. In Black's next over Crawford step. psd out to one, which he missed, but Bloor smartly took it and stumped him. 5-5-22. Mair filled the breach;` directly after which Bruce bowled Boyd. 0-4--22. E. Taylor then took up th...

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SATURDAY, DEC. 18, 1875. THE SUEZ CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

SATURDAY, DECO 18, 1876. TIlcE SUEZ OANAL. Tan Assoc.iatcd Pross . Telegrams in form us that .tho British Government have purchased ti1 C Khedivo's shires in the Suez Canal, amounting to 177,000, for the sum of £4,000,000 strling, cash down, The importance of this notion cannot be over.estimated. Amid thei present turmoils pf Europe, and tho agitation consequent upon the unsettled state of the Eastern -question, the necessity of ;keeping open the passage tothe East was of paramount interest to t he other,?ountry. i? nsurrec; tion now going on in.the. Turkish pro •vinces.ofUEurope may lead ito: the dis membermett, and' perhaps to 'the' dis 'solution of'that' Emih ire and the' expul sion:of'the'iurk to" his Asiatic home. }Should the worst come,-there will. be a scramble for the fairdominions which now border the Adriatic and, the Blhok 'deas.: England hereelfl:'ranal&ave nio ihterest'in the possession of Europeand Turkey, but it is of the utmost'€con sequence to her thIa, a.;p...

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CRICKET. SKETCHES BY PRYING PETER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

CRICIKET. SKETCHBE BY PRYING PETBR. "Crudo thoey are I grant jou, A sort of unlicked, inoondito things. . " Or? As. LAxM Without afilrming my belief in thie1 rumour that has been current in Colling-. 'wood for the last week-that the Abbots ford were so ashamed of the manner in which the Collingwood had defeated them, that they would have striven to gain a' point whereon to base a protest against] the Collingwood, oven with the last man at the wickets-I must say that the course; pursued by the Cup Committ6e, was the' wisest they could possibly have taken under the circumstances. In his precipi tation to enter a protest, the Abbotsford captain overlooked the fact that by refusing as he did to send in his men to the wickets, he virtually lost the match. Had he taken the proper course, which he had a right to do, considering that his men felt convinced that the umpire had givven a wrong de cision in the case of Mair, he might have, had his protest more favourably considered. But refusin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

.T)R;MEIER PERMANENT BtUILDfNG Land, and Investment Associaton. Collingwood shareholders are reminded that they can pay their subscriptions at Mr. Mirams' late shop, Collinigwood Arcade. JAMES MIRAMS, Secretary. £)3000 TRUST..MONEY TO II;)g on oi tgage, iii.bid "of ioro sums, Interest Moderate.: Mr. OiHALLOnRA; Sooictib.r 20 Collink sb.,west; Melbourne. ,NTOTIOlE OF REMOVAL.--The'Deptty ;.L' , Registrar for Collingwood has:removed from.Qeotrude street tp,Gore street corner of" Gertride street, opposite thle', old' fldices. Christimas"Preseirit " Book 4.oadb Smith st., Colliugwood. ,e , .ok, Smith at; . ollingwoodo 'Sdi'p 'A ns O Are, Smithst. Collingwood 'r?tint g De lnt s 'I ',lls o oii' ,Ii, 1n"t .hi';;", :, .. . ,1j SBookArpde, Smith st,. CoPingwood Don't forget ARGADE iBOE& STATIONERY' A,.,AND, OIRCULATING LIBRARY, 8miftk Street, Collingwood. STHE:AADR E BOOK AND IStationery Depot; Samith street,' .:DlI N I CARTER, , & COLLINS8 ., ,(ZI ate, ar'...rn.s) , ,Cheap B...

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HEIDELBERG, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

HEIDELBERG, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8TH. At the ordinary monthly meeting 9f this Council held on the above date there were present-The President, and Cre. Duncan, Sinith, Bond, Burrows, Brennlan, Piore, and Fanning. CORRBESONDENOE, From the Government Statist asking for certain returns. Ordered to be forwarded. From Mr. Ellis, Secretary Melbourne Humane Society soliciting support.. Con. sideration postponed. From Secretary of Deaf and Dumb In. stitution enclosing two copies of annual report, and soliciting a continuance of the Council's "practical sympathy." To be taken in consideration in connection with the "Charitable vote." From the Department of Railways and Roads intimating that the fees to be paid to municipal auditors had been fixed at .25 6s. Od. for the first day, and .2 2s. Od. for each succeeding day of "seven hours," together with certain allowances " to meet the expenses of transit." A member of the Council, "The officeo of auditor In a 'rosy billet.' I would like to be an aud...

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LORD DERBY ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

c LORD DERBY ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS. .. Laid Derby and Lady Derby were enter-i !tained.at a banquet at the Liverpool Town hall,:on the 7th October, by the mayor,! Lieutenant Colonel Steble and Mrs. Steble.i There were about 150 guests present. After the usual loyal and patriotic toasts' had ,been given, the mayor proposed the healthl of Lord and Lady Derby. In reply, his lordship spoke as follows: T "I do not want to magnify my office,' lbtit wh'en people tell' us, as they often do,. that English influence in foreign countries: .is -a nullity. I can only say that if the fact wore so you would not find so many people' "in foreign countries trying persuade them deolves and others of it. The very fact that our action is so carefully watched, and our abstention, when it occurs, so bitterly ;criticised, does not look as if Europe was. ,ndifferent to what we did or did not do. .1 No dodbt we have not now that peculiar h'nd exceptional influence which we exer-! "cisod for the last few years of...

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ENGLISH ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

ENGXLISH ITEM$S,', The Rov. Geeoo. Clark, of Hobart Town received a warm welcome from thb Congre. gational Union, and spoke at one of its meetings in London. A sucoeesful oxperimetit ha?tbeen ade in manufaothring papor frobi' thioe 'Au tralian papyrus or sendrush. The sample is valued at from :O0 to 4?3 per ton. The llibernia S.S. leaves shortly with 1000 miles of the deep sea portion :of the Now Zealand cable. 'T'he work is oxpeoted to be completed in February. The English oxports for October amounted to l18,800,000 bolng aderoenp of £3,500,000 the imports for the auio mobth amounted to .420,230,000, Another workmnan's .town, limilar to the Shaftosbury Pa kc estate at 1]attersea, is to be built near Harrow road, to acommdalte 10,000 inhabitaut, The project of flooding the African desert continues to 'secure public support;! the cost is stated roughly at three millions. The captain' of a ship from -Australia with, a cargo of horses to Bombiay .shipped 'the grooms sas seamen to avoid...

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HEIDELBERG—MONDAY, DEC. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 December 1875

HEIDELBERG-MoNDAT, Da. 18. Before Messrs. Shutt, P.M., Maplestono, and Smith. James M.. Gill was charged with using obscene language in a public place, defend ant did not appear. The case having boon proved by senior.constable Kelly, the bench inflicted a fine of 7s. Od. with 2s, Od, costs, William Perry was summoned for allow ing four head of cattle to wander on the public road. Fined 10s, and 2s, Od, costs. T. C. Korry, for the same offence was fined 12s, 6d. and 2s. Od. costs. William Brewer applied for permission to discharge fire-arms within the municipality of Heidelberg, for the purpose of destroying sparrows. Permission granted for throe months, but only in his own garden, 'Messrs, Shutt and Smith then presided over the annual licensing court and twelve publicans' and two colonial wine licenses wore granted. The oourt not being provided with a poor-box, the sum of £.8 ls, was con tributed towards the relief of two females reslding in the township who are in destitute pironwa...

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