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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

R. KE RS-HAW. Family. Grocer and Provisibn Merchant,. LANCASHIRE STORE, IODDLE STREET (corner Gippe street). Families waited onfor orders. Eggs and Fresh Butter from best dairies. THOMAS COLES, Oheap Family Grocer, 96 ELGIN ST., CARLTON. House and Land Agent, PY ýEL: Dya*a.l , FAMILY GR'O'ER AND WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT,' Corner of Wellington & Langridge Sts;,' Lately occupied by A. E. DOWNIE, P.R.D., from his success in the past, and long and varied experience as Tea Dealer, and Wine andSpirit Merchant, CHALLENGE8 COMPETITION' N.B.--Wines & Spirits of choicest quality. S. . AY, , 12 VICTOR/A PARADE, MELBOURNE. Five doors from Dr. Brotwnless. esrandstd Reidence for Pammles-Moderate. Mlrs. .J.. WATSON, PAMIIY.; ,GROCER,:, 82 .EEL: ST., aollingufood.' Late.:of N:o. 1. The Junction COheap Grooery Mart;: H, J. WINSTONE, Tea b ezl1er,: Grocer,' Atrn PROVISION MERCHANT, Corner of Young' and `RWebb Streets, . FITrrOYr. THE'"' COCKATOO 0: STORE;I 847; BRUNSWICE-STREET,...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHALDEAN SULPHUR CURE, (No. 2) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

O1HALDEAN SULPHUR CURE, (No. 2) . For most epidemical and zymotle dis eases, more especially measles, scarla tinaa diphtherla, influenza, whooping-. cough, pulmonary consumption, cholera, plague, &o., &o.; being a Second Essay transcribed in epitome from the Eus toniian didactic cartoons, now exhibited by Mr. Collins, Collingwood Arcade; demonstrative of God nature's teachingA in health and disease of soql ani body. ' "As for man, his days are as grass:--as a flower of the field so ho flourishoth. For as soon as the wind passoth over it, it is gone; and the place thereof; shall know it no more." The above biblical quotation is most appositely introducoed inasmuch as yon passage (occurring in the 103rd PsalmI a song admitted by all the faithful ad inspired, and therefore oracular). cor roborates, and repeats sententiously, the throo sallent points, or "gist" of the older-world dogma, now under re view, and latinizod as Singuli morbi o vormibus. Moreover, the above sac...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EARLY LABOR QUESTIONS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

EARLY LABOR QUE TIONS , IN ENGLAND. , PnnvIOUS to ithe middle :of' the foudr tcenth century, whatever improvement there may have been in theocoidition of the English laborer' it was so gradual as to attract no notice, or at .least, to create no'alarm. But after the Black Deaft l such was the demand ,for, labor and the; scarcity: of:'laborei'.: that for the first time,,apparently thd' laborers insisted 'on"a deided advance of wages. This alarnied tho gentry, wvio. thought they themselves were most ,likely'to suffer in.the long run;. and accordingly Acts of Parliament were -passed to punish the insolence of the laborers who asked more wages after tho?lague thai gthey were accustomed to receive before. ,An Act of Richard .II. states ,the "object - of such legislation with pleasing frankness: "Because servants and' labore'rs will not, nor by 'a long season 'would serve and' labor without outrageous and excessive hire, and much more than . ath been, given, to such:servants and laborersin...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STANLEY'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

STANLEY'S-EXPEDITION" THE first?of Mr; Stanley's 'long pro. mised letters id at last published. Ho 'has performed a noticeable fopt, having traversed the uplauds of Central Africa and arrived ,attwhat.may possibly prove to be the cradle of the Nile. For thb (first time .wehave. an accurate, account of the Victoria N'yanza, which appears 'to lie at an elevition greatly exceediuln -that coriputed'liy SpIeke. Mr. Stanley has had grave perils to encouinter, an he has not issued from the ordeal scathe less., .He. himself, 1indeed, is well an ,strong as ever. :,But he: has lost.' up wards of 200 of his little army Dysentery, famine, fever, and fightin hre the disastrous combinations agains ,which' he. 'has had to 'coiitend. 'He reached lKugehyi, a town in`'the distric of,,Uchambi, country of the Usukuma a';t' the beginning of March,; 1875,. an (ihis first letter is dated March :1.. H th'iis thus made the wonderful:march o '.720' miles in '103' dys, through at entirely new country;, mudh b...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

OHAPERn XXV. Hunn?aH for thie Turod i It was reached at '"last; 'and our' pair' of advbnturbrs' looked down from tho height on which they had halted,' on the scene of ox oltement° and activity. Rain was do-, seendiig; and: the golden watercourso, whioh, in time of drought and heat,. oxhibited only a succession of shallowi pools, was now swollen into. a dark' and turbid river. Along 'its banks, tents and booths, wooden huts and bark gunyahs wvore spread as far as the eye could roach; and beyond the rooks and intervoning ground, which shut out the tfuther course of the stream, wreathi of sooký, hanginov~i' th? `tempborary liabitationqof,tlie ,miners, showed the extent of tle:populatiop, iwlich .liopes of gain, had attraqted to the distant The young men were apparently on .~9t1e toygmsiwthach o ter than when ,webast; iparteod ompany; andi joinng withai)party of new arrivals in a ~party ,cheer;',they stiriulatbd their stumbling beast to:a'last' effort,'and werepresently mi|igled with tl...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLARINDA—a Tale. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

CLARINDA-ac Tale. i vaL .VI?on,. PART IL Tis sunny locks she loved to save, Now fell profusely on the' wave, She twice emerged her lovely head, And prayed before life's spark was fled. No clouds obscured bright heaven's Queen But stars shone brightly o'er the soone; As if they loved the wicked deed, That made pale pity's bosom bleed. His light barque rode the ruffled deep, And night-flowers hung their heads to weep; The dew.drop glisten'd on each stem, But ahl he .ighed not passing them: Like one unmoved he glided on, Nor cared he how the pale moon shone, For now he feared no human form, But lightning's glare and thunder storm. Those sudden peals of cloud.burst clash, And vivid rays of lightning's flash; Soon paus'd beyond the distant hill, Then all was noiseless, calm, and still. Like a fairy sprite he glided o'er The tranquil stream, and reached the shore, Whore fond Clarinda's laughing' eyes,' Were wont to free his struggling sighsl Oh, many a wine-cup, pure and bright, The Caval...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

TPVLJ KLY AI89TRACT OF BIRTHS AND D1tATI18. ,Ansm?·Air of tbrtha and deaths rejisteied in the metropolitan and suburban districts during the week onding 18th boo., 1817. DistriOt. Births, Deaths. Brighton... ... ... 2 1 Brunswick . .. ,8 2 Collingwood ... ... 18 18 FitzrOy (North) .' 3 Flemingn . ..... ... ,Footeoray . 1 Hawthorn -. ... 2 2 Kow ,,, -., ... '3 4 Melbourne (Squth) 8 23 Melbourne North) 21 23 Melbourn (West) ... 0 7 Prahran ... . ... .. , 4 4 Richmond ., 18 7 Sandrlidg . .. ' '12 Emorald Hill ,,. ... 18 14 South Yarra . .. 1 8t.' Kilds... ' ,, .. 6" Williamatown ,.. ... 4' 1 118 124 * Collingwood 5 .Fitzroy 8. Of the total deaths 48 or fully 85l n per cent. were o'f children not exoeeding the ago of8 years, 21 being under 1 year..... The deaths reported as oconradg from scarlot fover amontab to 88." -' The woman who takes spirits to esst as "sinking" ?qrQfels a , rItlug. ,

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CAMPHOR TREE OF SUMATRA. (ORIENTAL.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

THE CAMPHOfR TREE OF S SUMATRA. AMto?G the 'iOst luxiiriant and valuable trees of the island of Sumaitra, the first place belongb to this one, the camphor tree. The tree is straight, extra ordinary tall,'and has a 'gigantic crown, which often overtops the other woody giants by a hundred feet or so. The stern is sometimnes twenty feet thick. According to the natilves there are three kinds of camphor tree, which they dis tinguish from the outward dolor of the barik, which is sometimes yellow, some. times black, and often red. The bark is rough and grooved, and is overgrown :with moss. The leaves are of a dlark green, oblong oval in shape, and pointed; they smell of camphor, and areo.besides, hard and tough. The outward form of the fruit is very like that of the acorn, but it has around it five petals; these are placed somewhat apart from each other,, and the whole in formi. much resembles a lily. The fruit ii" always impregnated with camphor, and is eaten by the natives when it is wel...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COAL IRON AND LIME DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

CQA4, 4401, AND LIME DISBOVERIEBS. Mr. John Blum claims to' have dis covered on the Mount Battery estate, a valuablo coal and iron gligp. Judging fiom thp tprims upaqo wic~l the diecov pe'r will make known the locality, where the precious minerals are to be found, he is, we should imagine, not so very simple as some of his assoolates pronounce him to be. It would seem John Blum has been engaged for some c6nsiderablo time erecting post and rail fencing on the M.ount ' rttOFy estate, annt qcgrding to his own statement it was while so occupied he made the discovery. Hie also states that he was employed for some years on the Rhine both in coal and iron mines, {nflp that beyond a doubtl hle 1gs intlg out a gon uine ponl and iron deposit. Blum d , most empathically that ,e would pro. for a ton vean lease, upon the terms stated in the advertisompnt, fbr the pur pose of wYOyking thie ground, than roe. yu Py g 6WO Gs 4Wpa, to point out the place. where the hidden treasuresi are, and 'then "c...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

Toys and. Fln'ai O Goods. CHRISTMAS P .iRESETB1 7 r t i i :: ,J. . t. -, 'i218 ? -Smith st...: Cooingwood.f, 'CrThk?toing' gobds, work-boes$, ;ritinhg desks, albunms, Iddiae'. bags aiid' conanions dolls, tdoy, stationery, and fdan'cy goods of every desorii1iti 6ii5itslo for ( J, CHRISTMWS,,PRESENTS, & NEW :YEARS' gIFTS Berlin wool 4d. per dozei.' Storekeepers and hawkers supplied. S,'.'MRS, HIGGENS'r. ,'..( FANOY "'REPOSiITORY, W SMITH 'REiET, FIkOY. Braiding Blocks in 'eiai't variety. Patterns Stampedm n;every, Material fp iBraidin'g. Pinking done. Berlin Wool in great variety of colors. Registry Office for Servants. Agelnjigd C4u1tt'' gt tgdq4&B A ci0fd: "... a...... ,ýiaM lRS;!+t FAIRLAM; :aiu, ,i Toy .& iVdaety¥! Depot, bl810: ?LYGON STREET' The obly-Sh4illihg. Witdow i Carlton. Bootse end Sho :'.. Oh I Mamaimwhat,pretty bqoots Miss Jones wears. .hi Il ~ri'dlid."eli buy thb;si;sI' ' ; ? :. Why; I thought' everybody know, mother, at; RxoICuARD'. 1, The- pl...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

FRANK LA Y TO: N. i (AN asiUBbIA. arToaT.) BY' G. E. 'B SARGEANT. ' • (PnoM "zLEISUR InoU.") 'Aother similar discovery is said to lave'been- made by.tlhe !Rev. .W. B Clarke;-in '1844,: andin th'ebsame'man ner' was made a'state 'secret the'feeling iii official 'quarter's down to'' the las moment, being that the shining mischief was something 'better hid.'.: '" In '1848, a Mr. Smith;waited on the coloiial secretary, prodiiced" a luii ofgold iinbedded in quartz,,wlich h said he had "found, ,. and offered, , o receipt of £800 to discover the locality Oh' iefer'enceto the governor,'a t-erba answer was'returned that, if Mr. 'Smith chose to trust ,to, the'.liberiility of. thý government, he might rely on being re warded' in proportion to. the value of the" alleged "discovery. 'The 'govern; men't' suSp?ted. dthat the lumtip of: gold came from Califoriia, "aiind were afraid 'of'agitating the public mind, by order' ing geological investigations. -'Nothihg n imre'€is tlienceforward :heard 'if ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

)RMEIER PERMANENT BUILDING 'J. 'aind d and "Investment Associaton. "'Collingwood shareholders are reminded that l·they can pay their' subscriptions at Mr. 'b'dlrmsB lte' shop, Collingwood Arcade.. JAMES MIRAMS,'Secretary. . ) ?n TRUST .MONEY TO. LEND ,._?..,.:. ,I on Mortgage, in one or more Ssums. EInterest Moderate., S, ; Mr. O'HALLORA?, Solicit6r. :20 Collinse t;'west, Melboturne. . O;A0TIOE ,OF REMOVAL,--The Deputy " ? .e itrar for Collingwood has removed "frmGe'rti~ide ;treet to Gore street corner ,,f ;L,,, rde .street, opposite the old ..CGhlirstmias Presents o,, ' k,: Ar'? .e, ;Smth st., Collingwood. ,:GiftB,obks< : f ': :B ' ABok'Adade,' Smith'st.; ollinggvodd. togiaphi'Alburis I,,,: If, )Book Aroade; Smithist., Collin'gwood. SerapuAlbums. ,, , ook Arcde,mithst., Collingwood. S.`Dcn t forgdt'the, , ;ARCADE; ' +AND' 0IROULATING LIBRARY, Smith Street, Collingwood. . , THE. ARCADE BOOK Stationery Depbt, Smith street, SDUINN;, C.ARTER, & COLLINS : (Late James ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

At the meeting of the following clubs: Willow, Comet, Young Victorians, Venus, Roso and Heath; held at the Albion hotel, Smith street, Collingwood; it was decided to start another cup; after a short discussion it was decided to call it the Collingwood Junior Challenge Cup. H. Petherick was then elected chairman; C. Howard secre tary; and John Scott treasurer; the dele gates to represent the general committee; and the secretaries to represent the cup match committee. The cup was drawn for; which resulted in the Comet second eleven being'the holders; the Venus first; Willow second; Rose and Heath third; and the Young Victoriana fourth.. The first match will be played on Saturday, January 8th between the Comet second eleven (holders) and Vefius on the ground of the holders. The Comet second eleven and Young Viotorians met on zJt,urday last for the first: time this season and great excitement was manifested, as both these clubs have to play for the Collingwood Junior Chal lenge Cup. The...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

The great event.of the'year-in crioketing circles, viz:i-The Intercolonial match be. tween the fydney and Melbourne elubs is now a thing of the past and we have to chronicle a :ost disastrous defeat for the Victorians. Of course everybody has heard by this time that 'the Victorians. failed in their two innings to score as many as the visitbrs in their first, this being the third time in succession that we have sustained a defeat. This is greatly to be deplored, as it shows very plainly that there is a screw loose somewhere, either the players com. posing the team have allowed club differ. ences to interfere and mar their playing, or else the leading teams in the colony are deteriorating, or do not send the best possible men to compete, or else that Sydney is a long way too good for Victoria in the cricket field. Certainly we had the disadvantage of the bad weather to start with, and the Sydney captain did wisely' in sending his opponents to the wickets first, but we .cannot complain...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

tU.'OlZlA' PO6DitDA The 2or?ing Post announces that an English sileztifio commission will shortly proceed 'to Peru to' inquire and' okamine into the internal resources of the country. This result is believed to be due to the retjreseitations Cof" Rei.riAdmirai? .Hon. Arthur L. P. Cochrane,, C.., Commander iiichief bn 'the Pacific statioi. `A obm munidation has already been received on the subjeotfrom 'ler MoJesty's Ministpr at The Rev. M. M'D'onald arrived by the Loch Ness from Glasgow on, Monday last. He has come to take the pastorate of the .Presbyterian church;' Toorak. ' , { ? , Scarlatitti is still prevailing at Mansfield. ,The Dide,o, onyednesday last, had spne exetoise. ini Hobson's Bay In firng' at a target. It is' stated that the Colima, tf'6eh an Francisco has brought' eleven Mornion 'olders'for'the purpose -of making oo'tverts in New Zealand and Australia.' " ' A' 'steamer rilued a't 250,000'dollarse has boon balrhbd off Galveston, Teasi, A blackfellow near Forbes murdere...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

CRICKET. On Christmas day a team of the Yarra" Yarra paid a visit to Dandenong to try conclusions with the local club.', A start was made from Collingwood about 5.30. a.m., arriving at the township at 0.30. Rain commenced to fall and continued very steadily until we reached our destination. A band having been organized by ,Mr A. Spavei from the members of the team, and had' been in constant practice for some weeks, considerably enlivened the party on their journey by its merry strains of music. The arrival of a musical cricket club seemed to astonish the, residents of Dandenong greatly. Breakfast being ready we sat down and partook heartily, as well as 'ex clusively .'o?-the- comforts 'of the table. Having refreshed the innee .igtwi. a start was made for the crlcket ground which was consequently very sloppy after the rain .,, Play commenced at. 11.30, Mills acting as skipper for the 'visitors while Brnhm captained the local team. Dande. nong went first to the wickets and scored a to...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FITZROY—THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

FITZROY-THURSDAY, DEOEMBHI 30. . Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Mahony (mayor), Marsden, MoLean, and T. Kidney. Mary, Saunder, a native of, Tasmania, pleadedguilty to having been drank and disorderly. She was fined 6S.'with 2s. 6d. costs, or forty-eight hours in gaol. '' Mary Leven, charged'with vagrancy, Was discharged. Thomas Manning, drunk and disorderly, was remanded for a week. , A young man named William Jackson was charged with stealing a purse contain ing £18 10s. from the shop of Samuel Foster, a fishmonger residing in Gertrude street. Mr. Edwards, who appeared for the prisoner, intimated that his client would plead guilty and asked the bench to deal with' the case summarily. This was not objected to, and after hearing the evi dence of the prosecutor and the apprehend. ing constable, the further hearing of the case was postponed for a week, bail to be accepted in the sum of £50. Joseph Dry prosecuted James Sayers for using insulting language, defendant went to complainant'...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY, JAN. 1, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

Br the last English news we had,intel1 ligeiiee tl2ht"thelshultary onmmissioters andi medical men ii Englandid re cal ling tie attention of the itathorities to a prevailing practice in the neighbour hood of some of the townie In low lying districts and.. swampy portions contiguons to towns, which were being taken up for building purposes, tho owners were having such lands filledup, prior to dividing into' blocks for sale, with the sweepings of streets, decaying vegetable matter, and various klhdid of refuse emitting abominable eimuvia. It' was argued that those fillings gener-, sited poisonous gases, and many, years would ,elapse before the fermentation would cease, and the land become sweet * for dwelling-houses. Efforts were being' made to, get the government to restrain ;the parties thus, filling up wil. theseo objectionaible matters, as also to forbid. ,thei soilintag lsreof for building purposes. We have the same thing prevailing in| our midst in this colony. We can po/nt to se...

Publication Title: Mercury
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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

PUBLISHED.. EVERY SATURDAY.' r. ..: ,labor Omnia Vcitnot TO, ,OORESPONDENT .1 Rejected communicatipns cannot.be returned u nder arn circumntances whatdver. , 1No.,notice can,,e taken of anotymrous coinE0 munications. EverUy letter muast be accomn panied'li i ha e iine d" adadress :of the sofi'ter, hi4' neceisarily 'for iblication, but as. a "guarantee ofgoodfaith., ,, .2"b vodtid inconvenience' and delay to periond i interested woe have to request that al busineass S ominunicationl, Including, advertisenents;, orders for the paiper, and remittances, b, ad dressed to Ga rTa '& 8pAvNait anc not to the'EDnti'r ' t .,I,, , ,, '.A ~v m D sMNTs?n, all eaes,; 6 be preaid. so!',orý a : other commmnicat~ion iiten~ e for 'insertion' in th newsu colunii, should bb addressed to thedldt or.

Publication Title: Mercury
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 January 1876

MISCELLANEOUS. Ouz Gu s.-. At ,las?tho artillerists h ve gained ai undoubted and undeniable; vio. tory. They had hoped and, indeed, claimed the power of constructing a gun capable'.of piercing the most powerfully armour-plated ship that could be built; and they have made their boast good. When tho25.ton gun 'was built' the conflict was felt to be G j re, and the 85-ton gun was considered match for all ironclads except the Inflexible; which ,is not yet built. But the completion of the 80-ton gun and the satisfactory proof it'has given of efficiency has now disposed even of the Inflexible's chance. Within the space, therefore, of a few weeks the whole of'our ironclad' fleet has sustained 'two crushing blows' the Iron Duke and the' 80-top gun have proved the indomitable power of the ram and of our artillery. A great deal have been said about the German guns, but there is nothung to :proye! that, the Krupp guns can, either in size or in penetrating power, come near' the' labt" productio...

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