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NORMANBY v. FITZROY ALBERTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

NO?lIANIdIY v. FITZROY ALIBEITS. TO TII ,'iITOIl O'TiF TE FITZtOY CITY PlM'.I'l. Stn,-A a dishitcrested eyo.witniss of tie match Normnbhy lnd twenty i. Fitromy Albert, I write to ytl to emlorao the state mcnt imade boy Mr. Mody in your last iasnc rconrding tis mnnler In which Ihperformed hi oneros dutiteaa o 'lctral nimpire. MIr Manly noltd i l nrn mpartial innncr,. rhi decionlls throughoo t to game bIcing strioctly jut. As recardad the goal in displuto Mr. Moiidy lettied that rIepitno by rightly stating that it ic not a mattler for a conotrai umphlu to dcildo, ond It hiowms ut a' poor knh?;'led'ga of tlh game of football on the part of thos who minde the appeal to dim. inero are, however, some footitballor who, whnc tihe decision of the umpireo rm not to theirliking, limputo nonrthy imotives to itlii, and I fear ther merinhr of thO Fitzromy AlertLs who founl faulnt with` thi. decisions of Mr. Moily are oh tie clanss. I han' not the hlopo that this endorionont will onvlince those I ...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9TH. (Before Messrs. Craven, M'Murtric, White-law, Stranger, and Lewis, Js.P.) ASSAULTING A CHINAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

CAIILTON COUIT,. WItroIsiaDAY, A(Ullr>T ftii. (Iefore M?lisr. Craven, It'.M?rtric, White. lnw, Stromger, aaul Lowi,. Jo. '.) .I A 'I! TI.It I .1 IIt.tAtItS. . A manll Inom M i \llion Ferloy was pro. aentcrl foriun lltilnog n ChlirOe a ialr hanker analedl Alh Yin. l'se evidenll( oi tie men ltlnituant girin tioaith in a iloerpreter, os to thie ciLect that il Mdtmlny 7tlh ilant. Ihe wInt to tihe taldefeln t' hiouh o to ask tor a shltling that wan areld or tish. Defaolndlt l'lte alie t oil thile veromlan , cnnllto witoess a itulnhor of it lll Tr ei, aoit thetuC strlk < l him a vlilent Ihlor? illlletiagt ' a aity ?moain orf tile face. two'o nit illforiottint anl tile to fcltaltt won arrricitc. 'ho t daletcu woslthat the Chlionoirll had Iomalo a motank, that it woenoy woa io.hlg to limall, nnti tmt Ilaiilcy Ius itihe aiil wnyt of tim verimotn h. Fined tOs. witl, ls. cost, or fitl oIlcfat 7 nlysn Ii NornaJ Joon.tysiIIIIIII e. Mary Joloas for oa Ihnilar ollency. Filrlcnt 10te ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ILLTREATING A CHINAMAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

ORIOINAL CORRtISPONDENCE. II,'LTl ATINl A CIIINAMAN. TO TIIll. ?ITOt TIl rIIt VIto';Ot CITIY 't-'.U, Stlt,--Will you nllow me to state what took place on last Satunloynflotol on. Some boys were playing at fooldall, when a China. mIne coIm nlolg, aote o themai at on o ecorn imenced pelting hm with mtoan, IN left hie leuskot mn el-ahn.dl on0 of the. loys, Ihlt coalin it cantc ]imll. A gcOlltlnt t Stoplle the Iboys roml further illtretintgo hino, nald traced ote of the Iys to is fathler's house. Intead of tle ntiller proienhlog to we tihat hi sot di4 hlotoont t C o il ath hrtfil preon. tais tile ft e h ature, h eo a nhl the gentlmenn In a ishamlefn l mllllnr antl tol dli ho ore lll maoke it lint for him, eoto. I lincerely topo that tile Chionlon will take notlo lit tie Ilatter, in tile grttletllall lia ftollll out tihe lanlllce of oe aif lh boys hl'o were tlrowitlg tllo stotes, mtlt shioeld It m l)roellugt into eoart I sincerely triist tlot tohe mnagistates will deal no rigoronsly with...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 8TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Barnet and W. Kidney, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

COLLINOcIWOO COUlPtr. l'lrgrnltA. Alr'(Itr Stir. (nmetor tht iltyr, awl Mlesrs. Blrnet anid W. Kidny, XS X-)· A ythlll taNIt Clirrlet ltllnrry alas e'ltrgntl with Inaltiig behavio r io a t pblle plae. Cnttatlla Chisholmn y depod ttllnti t prione woo 1el lglitft"riuti, al d ra W1ltinn wttvt tovt ntil irrntlt him, 'lit wonlt quietlly to thea watohhoure, u ilthoo "h hoI ianu iblted to rvtltt. Fined Iii. with it". Citst, iii tile option of "S 1 lhour in gaol. a S '~ p riw In noda l l* tI I tS 7t T t t vltlti iii sennrnnt mitre lit etmCIn1~ ltlinil lt n;;l lI\itlTlt eeiitnijtlnli t a nrtl iS at proInr to li rlsitt tht police. Thy o itidon ,or Umaatnlblu Chisholmll, cnrullolnted bIy two civilians, wen't to chow tlt when l lnuuclry tool a tr ite tl for toaultiig behunllt tille It" ilwer nole. llortte Ma tllrt ioitah tio to inlst Etiiliiht rtIIIrewvwittbporo it Srallt Flnlla nnry to1(l thanI to go away and ho b noi(1 g o quietly, bullt olll lost said ho wouldnot lt himgo. Oo of thecrlit ush...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

j tji) COIRNEL&S (IRElAT' : " WINTER LARING. SLE;: lAR COMblitNCIlD . OCIESTER IHOUSE Comer of Smith and T'cl Streats, .COILINOW.OOD, Also at IAI)ELINE HIOUSE Corer pl Qee.nsberry t MadOlifno St.,, CAILTON. ead the Special Price List just issued td 't your i rh tre lnk eael cerly. BOUltllK SItEET LEAL T. NGLSI-H ALE, BASB'S No,, 4g I% SiPLENDID CONDITION,:. O" nat?1l ITt AT'TIi t TrIONAL ~lM-OTEL; I+rtUNS)! ICK ST IEET. ' A lRK Brandy Drinkers admit that Bar. rtsaon's 1870, as obtained at the Na Al 'i otel, is uleqlm lle d..'. irmiies, Wtisikie ?, inlles, sat t1m, are Staken out of.hond byythe proprietor of TIlE NATIONAL HOTEL ' One of 'Allcock's est.Tabhlet Singl lottles at Wholesal Prices C. POTTI?II, ýrotrItIt..rs J. LENNON' Wholesalo?l and Ietlati ' , OLONIAL IPR1ODUCE STORES, 103, CoanOCA oF ,ohttlo l 0&05. S ,'s FITZROY. - i, Co?er, Flour, lmit.ChaiC lhrlotey :Weat and 'otptoes tit I owest ritesa' ALL a!nili. 'rfiijT+.1 'AT7t:.Nil rr 'x i 'r W., PILLJY, IOUSE D...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

ESSAY ON BOOKS, THIEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Br IL C. MItLLE., LRnn.AtnR., Frrznor PrenLO? ]IILunnr. St. P'al's churchyard was once the most celebrated mart for books; the Londoln ook sellers of olden times had their shops at all the principal entranes to the old catherall while some of them were to be found within. the buildin itself. In the early part of the 1tith century, hooks and paper were sold only at stalls or shloes, and thus the dealers in these articles were designated "stationers," to "distingbish them from those who travelled about. Little BIritain (so-called from the Duke of Bretagne having lived there), was another great book selling place. Mackay, in his tour through n- din 1724, thus describes it. "Tlhe loonellers of ancient books in allIlanguages are in Little Britain and Paternoster Row; these for divinity and clasics in the north side of St. 1aul's Cathedral ; law, history, and plays, abot Temple liar;'and thie French booksellers in the Strand." 'Paternosterlto...

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FOOTBALL MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

FOOTBALL .LTC?iEi PLt LE I.?nZ SATURiiDAT. Lent Satunlay the Fitazry met the Ilri tannin, nnd to the surpriae of everyboly sueededll in gaining a decidedl victory. Henley for thie F'itzroy tartld the game Iy kicking towards the east Mlelborne Cricket groend, from whence it was returned bIy the Britannia hack mien only to be sett on again by Turner where Lanmly getting the Iall tell in play sent it throngh the posts. The Fitzroy playnl well together and at tle end of the game ha I?Ceure.l three Ioan? , kicked by Latley. King and Kenny nnWd six behinls to one goal and two birhinds by the Blrit. tannin. The Juniors played well together. Perkins dlserving speinl mention, while, Colhn. Pierce, Danean and Webb played well for the losers. 31.)itlFs FOl Tlnl DAY. To-day the Fitzroy Cricket ground will once more be the scene of an exciting con test between the Fitzroy anid Nonnanlly clubs. The last time these clubs met there was great dissatisfaction expressed at the 1 wray in which the snpp...

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NORMANBY v. FITZROY ALBERTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

OItMXIT Y v. FITZROY ALE1RTS. TO TIIHE EDITOR OP TIHE FITZIM)Y CITY I'PRE. St?,-As a disinterested eye-witness of the match Norm.amby 2nd twenty v. Fitzroy Alberts, I write to you to endorse the state ment made Iby Ir. Moody in your last issue, relardiog the manner in which he performedl his onerous duties aos crtral umpire. Mr. Moody acted in an impartial manner, his decisions throughout toe game being strictly just. As rea,?ed thle goal in dispute M1r. Mojly Eettled that question by rightly stating that it is not a matter for a central lumpie to decide, and it shows but a poor knowht lbie of the game of football on the part of thoso who made the appeal to him. Tther ore, however, some footballers, who. when the decision of the umpire are not to their liking, imnputo unworthy mlotives to him, and I fear the nItelbers of tile Fitzroy Alberta who found fault with the decisions of Mr. Moody are of this clam. I have not tile hopo that this endornemtent will convince those I have referr...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. "FRIENDSHIP." [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

ORIGINAL POETTY. 'Tis stronger far than hands of steel, Adl something more than simple love; 'Tis what we can for others fcel A union sanctioned from alove. With which together all can live, In dane accnranlce with their parts, And ever willing, feely- give E1ach other help, with loving hearts. It brings the rich and poor alike, To levels smooth-to Helaven's gate Where they, the chonls of justice strike, And equalise each other's fate. It has its own rewarl for all, Anl shulls the sight of money's hast; It over hatred draws a pall, hmcatse its laws are ever just. Oh ! what were Life, if Frindlship's claim Were subtle links alloyed with sin .! What misery ! what ceudles pain 'Twouhl caue amoungst all worldly kin ? Aye ! stronger far than hanls of steel And fraught with tmore than simple love, Tis what we should for others feel Combined with hopes of realms above. AUDLEo J. SIIELI5. Fitzroy, Aug. , 18S'2.

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FITZROY COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

FITZROY COUNCIL ELECTION. The local annnal nmunicipal election took place on Thursday last at the Town Hall, and proved the most excitine which has yet occurred in Fitzroy. The six candidates in field were all good men, and each one opu- e. Iar. This fact put their supporters upon their netal, for each one weas onfident that the others would not leave a stone unturnmed to secure their position. Up to the last the l result remained a matter for speculation, and with the xexception of .Mr. Bennetts,, tone of the candidates felt certain. Very early in the day it be.nnae evident that \Mr. Ilenletts would poll heavily. It was also seen that Mr. Moore and Mr. Grigg's sup. porters were rolling up rapidly. Mr. Lyons also nwas not far hohind, and the eandidates un the steps of the Town Hall could see that lhoer-cr was to will woluhldave to straggle hard for it. 'rTecards dincer time Mr. ]lrit ten's friends began to poll heavily and from thence onwards his numbers went rapidly up. Cabs, buggi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

A ent difficulty, which most parents o schooldcildren have experienced, is to prof cunr gol, strong. lasting, comfortable cover og for the feet of their olFspring. A sponi ality in ligl-legged school Ioots is being made by 1Ir. F. Carpenter, of 17.5 Iruns nick street, which are most suitable for the incoming oseaon. They ?om tolr have tho rongldy attainld their objent, aid are being sold as rapidly as they can be made up. [An?i. Mr. E Bottomley, corner of Gertrude and Core-streets, is disposing of his winter's stock of drapery, and offero specially heap linen in flannels, woollens and heavy materi ale. Millinery at redulocedl rates. Speotol lines hi various departments, well wortlh in epectioun. As they are being rapidly cleared, a visit should be paid at once. [AivT.] Ho LLOWYw. OIl r.TI ET and PI LL..-Those who have given these remleies n fair trial freely admit that they inherently possess. every property suitable for healing andl re moing erpthoes, uleeration, fiatulaa; abL eess...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 7TH. (Before Messrs. Robb, Marsden, and Woodhead, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

POLICE TINTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MIo.vuAY. Arcoesr Trn. (Before Messrn. Robb, Marsden, and Wood head, Js.P.) D RUNONK AN!D DISORDERuLY. Edomund Carter and John Fenton were severally charged with the above offence. Thefonner was cautioned end discharged, and the latter was fined l 5s. with the option of 24 hours imprisonment. Jane I1'Lcnnan was presented for habitual drunkenness. Fined 20s. or in default seven days in gaol. John T. Watson was broulgbht p charged withll making use of obscene langunae within the hcaring of the public. The evidence of Conatable Calendar wentl to show- that five previous convictions were proved against the prisonter, ineluding one for insulting ehla viour in which a fine of £l wra iutlicted. Fianed 20s. with the option of 7 days impri sonment. A young mani named CeorgT e Newton wa. chlargedl with a similar olfence. After a lengthened hearing. in whlich several wit n? ces were called, tile chaireanu announede that a majority were in favor of dischargi...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ILLTREATING A CHINAMAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ILLTRI.AT[XG A CIIINAMAN. O TIIIHE EIITOR OF THE FrP.ROrY CIT PILE. Sat,-Will you allow Iime to state what took place on last Satunlrday afternoon. Some boys were playing at football, whena China man came l olng, some of them at once corn menced pelting him with stones. lie left his asket and chased one of the I?ys, but coull Iot catch him. A gentlem-ol stopped thec loys from further illtreating him, nnd traced one of the boys to his fathlers house. Instead of the father promising to see that his son diI not carry on such hurtful proc tises for the flture, hle ialosl tlhegentlemian in a shamteful manner and told hi hlie would make it Iot for hint. etc. I sineerely lhoi that the Chionmaie will tohe action in the nmatter, as the geltleman Ihas filnll out the names of four of thelboys who were throwing the stones, and should ith be brought into ourt I sincerely trustt that the magistrates will deal as rigorously with the offenders at the law ailows, as the pare...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 10TH. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Best Marsden, Delbridge, and M'Lean, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

TuLnsI .tr, Arursr IOTi. (Before the Mayor and Mesrsl . ?et. IManrs den, Delbidge, and P'Lean, ,is..)I DRUNK A\i DI?OIMIERI.T. A young man named Thomas Conway ald an old woman naomcd Ann Snder were charged with the abhoe offence. They each pleaded guilty and were discharged. Edmund Orford for breaking a saaure of glass, the property of a man named Mills, was flnled Ss. with 5s. damages, or in default 24 hours in gaol. lMIt.I?rNG THE 'OLICK The oaame prisoner for resisting Constabcl Lanilgn in the execution of his duty, was fined lOs. with sd. (i. cab expenses, or in default 4S hour impejonlllllent. ALLEIED A\tU LT. Ilenry lellington was brought up on war ront chlargTdl ith law I afuly aasulting a man nanled Charles Hioward. The prose cutorfailM to put ill an appearance when called, and the prisoner was dIlicharged. lt': -LTY To . l":. A man namoel L. H. Lnd was charged with croelly ill-treating a dog, Mr. Thomas Miller 1who prosecuted on behalf of the Society for tile Protection of ...

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SUNDAY EVENING LECTURES AT THE VICTORIA PARADE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

SUNDAY EVENINC. LECTUREi AT' TIlE VICTORIA 'AIRADE CONGRE GATIONAL CHURCH.L The fifth of the course of Sunday evening lectures now being delivered byithe lcer. Robert Dey was given last Sunday. The subject an annsouneIl was from Esther. ehlmp ter IV.-The Diseloure of the Plot. Ir. Dey begsan by deseriiu MuolecOai's feelings when he found out wlat his conduct had brought upon Iis people. There was deep seorrowr. hbut eo regret. The picture of 31or deui clothed in sackcloth and with ashes on his head was then presented. Hie came near to. unt dare not enter, the king's gate. All salness nand mourning, every memorial of mortality must be kept from the king's palace. Thoanxious inquiri of Esther as to the aeuse of Mtonlcti'as grief; the sending and refusal of the change of raitent; the commission to liatack, the lord in waiting. to o and leans what all tliius ieat ; Mordile e at'neeaswer ail demand tian the Queen should go in to the king and interenle for her people; the jqueen's surpris...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9TH. (Before Messrs. Craven, M'Murtrie, Whitelaw, Stranger, and Lewis, Js.P.) ASSAULTING A CHINAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

CAIRLTO'N COURT. W*EDNM iAY, AUGO'ScP ?T. (Before M.1essrs. Cravena. M1'Mrtrie, White law, Stranger, andt Lewis. J..P.) A man named1 William Ferney was pre sented for assaulting a Chineno fish hawker named Ahi Yin. The evidence of the com plaimnant, giren thronglh an interpreter, was to the effclt that on Mlnday 7th inst. he went to tihe dcfndants hnouse to ask for a shilling that wna ewed for fish. Defendant cause out on the verandah, called witness a number of Iad naoes, and then struck him a violent blow inflicting a nasty wound on tlle face. Swore an inforlation and the dc. feondant was arrestel. The defence was that the Chinaman lid made a mistake, that no money was owing to him, and that he merely pushed him away off the verandah. Fined wls. with dls. coste, or in default 7 days in gaol. nora]h Jovye nmmotlnoetdI Mary Jones for a similar offence. Fined 10s. with "2s. (hl. costs, or in default 2.4 hours imprisonment. iOaWDYISM. Mrs. Dobbs, lieense of the Appletree Hotel, Faiada...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, AUG. 12th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

SATURDAY, AUG. 12th, ISS12. "TuI battle has been fought and won," is a sentence which, with a slight alteration, the public has been gradually getting familiar with during the past few months. The battle again is over and the citizens have chosen who is to represent them at the council table. In Messrs. Blemetts, Motre, and Grigg they will have three good men, menl with wlhoml we are very well satisfied, and who will, we have not the slightest doubt, worthily fill their position. We congratulate them heartily on their success, ail on the good-will displayed by each during the contest. To the defeated we have a word of symspathy and thanks. Mr. Lyons has been a good councillor; few, if any, better; and had he not been so long at the table, obtained all the honors tlhere,and an aspirant foranother public position, we would have given him all the support we could, as lie is a gentleman for whom we have the greatest respect, and whose ability and sound common sense we have had re peater...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

SOUR STORY, TELEIR.B,, ImONA's CU.IISt. Ctt.oo'ito XlI. (tColtodln). lio wol to Inogoer-~ a she ootl herself ro Inldreld lilln-tit fll y, cnoIMca olili,' int w / 'h il A Iki l o dve wolllo lides Vt'iry, alch iilot. to travel for awlite. Per.. Shnlo.l'ly tli oline lie retourcnd, Nre.tl wouldil hoao io, orlclh, tllto I titlowall nt Llynv'twr, beill-alh the oo?, lctoii o(f tho l AVti ? Vt. l lt l t Ill l ltielold tI ,lwn lr wit ltoh t tllo p] i.,li h,1t I i ntllg' tio nll htr 1hl, lhai t IInow r nh , lIter reloac'thels for. tht s0. ot''t l]siaL olter'tOl 10000 in soltitlrgroo 1.1,t lltIl. hl, Ih l jlouIIly-or, I'he, now lto lll tl. I-lf itcl.hly-- tladi l Io , i It.too , tolo I mLt]o wIltololl ilto l hoolt l tlrO. o ttu; o il wotohcltld with oiotnl voery ?.tUoi''r tllnt nlplonlolfd tho eiutl0; lust it hilooWI IIe slinlo otIn wtot oitIbt tllt loot Itll lr on., Ih Ill hithOerlotottoldThnelftlitt to bo 'tlle 1,lViMool toll f tlo tollot ti iipeltoto l Stio lh 0I.114I r till llmu h llght i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

A great llillicilty,wh1ich most torrlets o seIoolc[Itdrou Ilavaeoxp.erienced, is to poof care good, strongla )sting,, comflortable cover log fo ru thle feet of their airs iling.ý ' A epees. alityy in highplleRnac l actionu (onto is beingl made b Iy Mr. 1' Carpenlter, of 175 ilrnlls· wicks0eort, which nrc moot soieiblo for the lloeoolmng aon:' Thoy s0am0 to Noo thd -ngbly atainnl the0ir object, owl areho ling sob a s Tepidly' a s tiny call be mode lip. dlr. Bointtmloy, cornr of irtro e a Uore-streets, to Qiappocing of],is wintor's stoo of t m ery, nnrlll~ agoa°secially ehenp !Lies iI Ilhoeos, woollens 00t1 hoary matolal 010e. -lillinory'at red01i10d rmica. Slpcoin l litton in onrioml dcipmtnertni well worth to ni Sspcotiom, s ho lily are Ih:hm mraphlyy cleared' oa ilol ahoold he paid te iati [000.1otemj Iiolf )v.t';? Orstil .?n andt l'L..- .Thoim who hoae gurml themeo rcnenin in fair tril freely admit tihat they inlherenly ipossess every prolerty uitablo for lhealing nd r. movmm mtar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 12 August 1882

St' . PECIAls COLUtNI, r 8l, C It 11 I C K, '. I(Ol.roa CAlrtrus ClToR Forosi) toti " l totooh, Clothes 1 Ciofid, 'Prssed, olnd fololno?l 1t Ihe l toordlat Dloottc I vry sdoscr itlon o tf Tplorlug executed _ with coidt,_ch_. ____ 091Jl'fl Cr LIS & CO 8, 8, 0 PLIt'nIt N I.AM Ls EAST, L ' PLAIN AND 5 lllti, oATs •r "'N - Cast ousd (Ialvnh, cd oSpumInlg. Fltthits oh:. vory DIscriptfon. Water, oa f Bell, niSpa inul eiros Amterlceoll t'ups Ursholah;'at, ,1. hvnlvoutd S lnt lnni oiltrl l Ht, nk t'lmnl eras I bras tmswork .ply Ilatn.rbbr oo :r IOV ,ISO (tItOCIER 'I I 011 18 0 N ) A' 01":012,1 Lk WI BII STIhETS.L": Conotaut Suippllh of Credsh li tter nmul Eggs; Hi0t1, 1Aco', 'lt y. C io of Pretota Otihnol'a Stores Ii'lvEoy Variety. A Finia Sclctlou of P1'ur Coylon, Indlan nad Chiina TEAS of, the lkoet Quality. The Choicest CONF"IECTIONIEIItY In Vnlied Asaprtmlct. FINEIST TOBACCOS AND 01011ARS. Tr , O.MPSO N AND. 8O'N,' 9 hlanufitolutr's of ALL KIoNDS OF 1BLJUSIlWVARE, Sl3 liRUNSW\IC...

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