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DR. YOUNG. THE POET. TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

DIL YOI(NCt. TIIH POET. -a--.-- TIL\NLTOTEUD FIOM TIIE FRENtC:. le W.HMC. ]eforo thle scl event whitch oloucudo the roamnltinter of his life, tihs gre8t writer WaS reomrkableo for tile kiodnce of hst ditltpoiicn oen for tile gaiety of its Ltoullor. Oone day, lu oe was bootilng with somo tIndics at Vaux otl, anc was neckhing to amuse them by playiog t t oe Ilt some otitcers, who were going to the same piece, come up hellhid theil. The dloctor, ecitg theto approach, coctd plteying, upon which one oo thler aosked hf wlhy he puot ls Ihtot in hls pochet. *Far tile rsoil reason that t took it out of t-hbecaoso it pleatoes tle" soitl the lolter. The officer replied, a htaughty too,, that if Iho did not finmetitel, rm1neeo plying lhe wot ld istantly throw timo Itto the Tlomes. Tto dotor. cldreling to frighten tile tladle, brooked tills Insult with tice best osoibleo gtace, etn, takigt hilt fttto ontitnloepliayitng to the celld of the journey. Io tile evening hie pereoivet the officer, who h...

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THE SATIRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

THE SATIRIST. BY Stimn CuItOQ. " Let each have his own" sl thetranslation of oy tlt no phome anl I try to reallno It. Steo moy last efflsian, I have farther coo. ttlereil that looa sellutie, lot I carnol get It to work right. Tarn whicth way I wilt a wall rises up i front which prevents any ftrther plrogreo. I treld hlnrd to ee my way thrmgh it anll was prepared to give Cr. hl'\Iu oe the fullast credit whlilh refill d, in ono senie, tlit I canlot oen how it is tgotig to pay. Whenlt I take alvntage of the loan ystim, pcrsotmlly, I know tohat I have to pay for thie privilege, hot thet I make tore with thie money than I have to pay for it. Tisl is iJast what the loan for Fltzroy won't do, ault therefore I would sry, do without It. Thie conlpostors nd l rinters working for hIer Majnesty's printing ollice in Viotoria omplrini th t the Etxlbtiilton Ihiltirnig, where they are niw located, to a colt, cheeor. less Imn, aliil tie antthor of nteuberleas ills to which the Flesh is heir. I iam a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

b PEOIA1 COLUMN. .I S. C 0 It M IO XK, C , It,1 O(lftTRtUI)If TSTT, (Ort'Oota CAIIL'r CLU IIfolitL.) oontlemon'o' Clothes Cleaned, Pro??e , slid Repaired at the shortcat notice. Tvray desoriOptio of Taltoritg executed wlth despatch, JO 0S Pff KL tL'S b CO't, O, LIINDIEt LS ANE EAST, I A I V A\ N I8 OI It O N, , LAIN n1t, CtaOadIooA ottI 'AT ItEDUCKI) ItA KES, Cast andl tGaOnlsl Spodithlg Ftlltfogs of hIotry Deoeltton. 1atcry (iaslPell mud, 'Sakln Tboe, Ametrtian f'ttlo Urhlnl.r aOst, (laol'anlsel and b~naulielted Stoke, P'lamahr's naswo'ork, 3.ply fidl rutbbor lHose, hte. S P h N T 0 N, FAMILY (iROC1tt EIRO VISION D)EA.LERt, Co?tr of GEOIUGOE & ..W'ElI STR]EETS. Constant Snpplles of Fresh Mutler atid Eggs. IfMaA, lAcas, and CIr.r. of P'rIncat (Quality. Oltieno's Stores ht ivery arifety. A Fine Selection of Purt Coylon, Indian, and ' China TEAS of thl ]cost Qumlity. The Choiceot CONFPLTIONEIRY In Vardal Assortmetnt. FINEST TOBACCOS AND CIOARS. rT 11OMP SON AND SON, MlManufact...

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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

SCOMPIrLIJCIINTAiiY DI) NERI. iAr. V. i.'lBitton closelt tie Into lentiol ealpaolglIl by Inviting the membenlor of hhi comlittaes to spend n socalnl evensi at tint Jlkn Jlk lintedl oni Tuonay ovenrig oInt, About sixty gof tlemen wone present, Mr, MJ'Iuor being voted to tirhe olmlr. nd a most pleasnst oreunh wae the result. 'ile scpread 'as in hoat, hlrenilco' bot styler anl re, Ileuted tine utnort redlit on itdm. Alter the loyal toasts hol been bhnoaredl , Mr. lHerm. migllls prropol th lla In sltl oi Mr. llitten el a neat nld higRly olnllelllrntn ry speeclh air. Ilritten in reply heartily t hlnked lhoie prieelt ior the nosy in wailo they indl wronbl for ir. ilo t h el en rlfeted, b lnt iis dlfeint woe almost a vletoey, for tlhe nnrllrer f lillnividuals whovoted for Illn naes certclny greater tian tilnt polle iy an other cLnllidato. eo ha i, inso, e nlo gnrit indveno ir public opillnon irce tihe linl o e erevolutrly stoodi. Of collrso h know tihat certin setions of thie ciltioen were...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

WHOLESALE CLOTIhNl QY, (:I'PRIIIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA, GEELONG TWEED ~TROUSERS REDUCED TO 6. D.? FORM1I41 P BRIC s'14. , e* .,* . ; ., ,... WIAMIAMWN TWEED TROUSMIS, TO ORDER1, 10s. a. WOIWTE, COATINGS, ' woot., ICOTCIIO, , EfRNctLAND'TWREDS, pOMES1PUXI, S" E L S T: GEELONG TWED Trousers from 10s 6d .Trousers and Vest 18s'6d '. SaoT?uits:- -. , , 41(s Od W. ar prepaoed to exroute all orders enintstal to en in the best LONDON STYL h, with I 0UARANTEED GOOD FIT,: SUI'1ERIOfR WO1IK'tMANSIIII'. CA UTI N; i AV s! 1rm tS M Al 1 e tl S e o FsRoTS a o p y i g r a rot rt i o o tt o at s teyl t o f s ht o ps to t i r c cetv the pnMh;,' a iad epplyhng INF.R )OR - ods, at;elo lint, pf pricesm et sto sue cos, also pRI.I'R( NDIhO they arm cow et rltllt it IlrttL/ ? It4a? toto otionlty A E ollalsluhoets ar t ER STFRU MA RTSP-BUILDINOS, ITOURK1i ST1t:Ei,' tASTI 108 OERTRUJDE STitIET, FITZIIOY, 4 V'ICTORIA STRIITET, WEST MiELBOURtNE, ,:. 3 not 3 CLARE-NDON STREET, MEIItaLD' tHILL, anld ;14tCHAPEL ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

l-J)WAII,) CORl NELL'S CURUEAT WINTER,? CLEARING SALE; HAS COM?MLINCED ROCHESTER HOUSE Corner of Smith andl 'col Streot, CO LLINO W OOD Also at iIADELINE .I HOUSE, Coner of Queonlborry & MMadellno St., CA IL TON. Read the Special Price List just issued And snake your pnrchasos early. ?o,; IOilllKE S'I'IEET EAST,. ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S No. 4, IN S1'LIENDID CONDITION,. ON ItaUtAaT AT TIME NATIONAL HOTEL, ]IRUNSWICK STREET, D ,ARK IrTmi lDrlkers eallt tit lIar. l rnlsest', 1870, ne oltanled at the No. tiolml iotel, is anee qunllel. lrndlie, Whiskiet W'io, and IlRn. ore alt take) oat of ion!d Ly tih proprihtor of THE NATIONAL HOTEL. One of Ailcock's Iinst Tebles. Single Bottles at Wholesale Prices. 0. P'OTTERI, PeorI'miero. J. LENNON, Wholesalo and Retall COLONIAL PRODUCE STORES, 156, CoutN on Jor atnrols & Cnlt STi., FITZRO Y. Hay, Corn, Ilr, inoan, Chf, ]learl, Wheat nd L'otatoes i1 lowent rates. ALL ORnIIIR.tn t'I)IITLY AITTFYNIe D TO. W. PILLEY, HIOUSE DECORATOR, &...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 14TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsdon, Robb and Raven, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

* 'POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZRIOY COUiiT. * , liO , Otl,Auontr 14T0w, MIars on, Itobb and llsven, Ju'.) I)0UNI0 ANh, II0n1aDe.Iy. ,ohn linkens, Coltherhnlou ly, athe.Ilk 1 Ctlrine Dal(, and illlraboth Joneos weoro hargled with thoabovo oL?eco. Jolle was cnotloned oll| di?. ohnrgod, Dnly woo lonod Is., oil Jiohkena is. ISNUIoTINnI nlliAVlOUlt, Wlliamo Llghthold wa lhnrgeo d with ilnsulting behoaiouor ho n pphlo place.. "-o ple?dod gollty, Fined lIos, with tho option of 48 bhors hnprlseono ot, OLtllKO IlliOeSy, WVlliam Johnston wMl plnced in thle look ohorged with loroeny of n gold lolikot Rnolelo t ^ On tile o aplicaton of tlio' police the case ws rullinnalol lor Soveli n days. ,lio.NK |tOIOMliUAIIe. Itolwrt Mulrray wos ohorgell wtl Iltlnlhig lnso ol obsceneo ulauongo withi tlo lhearlng of the l hbile. Coushhlo Calololioor provrd thll 00e. Fined £10 or hI dolefalt tllree mnlthl io gaol. T111. IlAKwIa' A.Ni bll-I.s' O' TATUTH. ,hInes Ilnn1sy, hhanor, of Nioholson. street, .1. I Ronald,...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

CRICKET. The fifth. nlnal nmeeting of the Napi?c U?ion Criecket Club will I Lhcd at the Coffee Palace, Smith-street, on the 24th oi Augtst, at 8 o'clock; lembers and in. tenling members are in'ited to attendml; ?:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

prised, as well as taused, when a boon companion of ours (who ought to know better) bewailed in no metsurednl terns the dearth of goodlIreading nitter in the diatri-t, more particularly anent the present war and Iooks touching thereon.' Annmtsl-beeause knowing as we do know the ellects on one's temper of " A touch of the liver,' through sitting up all night with a 'sick friend,' we look et n this as the.wrolaoblu euso, aetnd as delicately as loepible hintel the. same. The gentle inoinnation told, for our, friend swore by the tail of the bounding kangaroo (lie is a man of Inundless wit) thLatl he lhadn't touched anytlhing oiiee yestrcnlay tonlrlg, and intended to put tie peg in fom ithis out. Surprised that he shouldb lsve made tise of sucela norn-out and long' exploded fallacv, moreover, our nouiir-propre was totihedl. What ! not able' to get a nice Birthdnv preent or a book on the war, in Smith-stree, the Bourke-street of Collingwood and Fitz. roy. Alunli, dlonot- but we'll say no ...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

ESSAY :ON BOOKS, 0HEIR HISTOR.Y S - "AND:INFLUENCE.& .-J " (Br It. C. MuLLen '.Loniaiin . FIeznor PrBLCe LIBsARY. Amongst those books which have a'special value in the opinion of literary men, may 1) mentioned, the beautiful and portable eli tions of the Greek and Latin classics, issued by the celebrated printers of, Amsterdam and Leyden (Holland), during the 17th cen-. tury, the fine Greek Testaments. of Jansen, another printer of Amsterdam, during the 1(ith century, and the numerous classics printel by Aldus Manutius at Venice, to. wards the end of the 15th or beginning of the 16th century, and any books issued by Caxton, the first English printer. Prominent among curiosities of this kind, are the fol lowing, preserved at the British Mnseumn, London. The first Bible with a date, printed in Vellum at Mayence, Germnnany, 1474. Grammar of thle Greek language date 1476, the first book printed in Greek charnc ters. .}sop's Fables, printed at Milan, about 1480, first Greek elaus...

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THE SATIRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

THE SATIRIBST. Bi ScU.i CUIQuE. "Let each Ihave his own" is thetranslation t of my norm ie plume and I try to realise it. Since my last effusion, I have further con oidered that loan scheme, but I cannot get it to work right. Turn which way I will a wall rises up in front which prevents any fortler progress. Itricl hal tio se ly way threugh it acd was preparedt to gle Cr. M'MJIho the fullest credit, which I setill do in one sense, but I oannot see holer it is going I to pay. When I take advantagc of thie lean system, personally, I know that I have to pay for the privilee, but then I nake more with y he oney than I have to pay for it. Thie is just what the loan for Fitzroy won't do, and therefore I would say, do without it. The compoitors anl printers working for Her Majesty's printing ofice in Victoria cormplain that the Exhibititon beilding, where they are now locat?d, is a oohl, cheer less bain, and the author of nioberless ills to wdhic the flesh is leir. .I am atonished at print...

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SOCIAL EVENING, MARQUIS OF NORMANBY LODGE, No.1581, G.U.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

SOCIAL EVENING, MARQUIS OF NOR. MAINBY LODGE, No. 158I, G.U.O.O.F. The third nnivecrsary of the above lodge wa celbratetl at the Fitzroy Townr Hall, ou Tuteday, in the foerns of a social gathering of members and friends. A numnber of ladies and geintlemen sang and played during the evening, aongst whom were the isses Leoter and lrooks, in a duet, "To the WVoola ;" Mrs Caequet, "I seek thee in every flower ;" ism A. Brooks gave sonic so?n, very nicely and Miss' Stewart, whose nane rwai on the programmune, was unavoid ably absent, owing to illness. Amongst the gcetlem?e, tMr. Tregallis carried off the palm with his iendering of "Scrub," for whichl he was nprooaiously encored, he responded by singhtg "l rzetty lips. " M Jr. H. Moss, with a comic song. ; Mr. Powell, withs "lThe lid ohipmlte," and Mr. Perry, with. "Jack's come home," a~so s ave very general satis fnetion to their audience. Miss Josephine Brooks anctl as Fainiste and aeluitted her aclf lhanningly. Bras. J. Lester, P.G.M.....

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

SPORTING NOTES. CriiKE:'s Curr.-A Ieeting of secretarito of Junior Cricket Clubs desirious of compet ing for abloe trophy will be held at Mr. C. Cnarke s, latter, (ertlde-astreet, Fitzroy, on MIon?a, 21st instant, at S o'clock, p.m. [Abiyv.] N'Oirnr Frrznor CIIIuIr CLro.-T?b nll nanl inlnting of the abov clubno-il be behld on Tllursday eveninl next, 24th inst., at the Lonrd Newry Hotel, %Bnlswick-street, North Fitzroy. lencmbrs and intending memlbrs pleoue attend.

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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER. Mfr. F. J. Brittn closed the late election campaign by inviting the members of his commlittees to spend a social evenino at the Jika Jika Hotel on Tuesday evening last. About sixty gentlemen were present, Mr. DM'Ivor being voted to the chair. and a most plcaant evening Wi the result. T'he spread aos in host Prentice's best style, and re flected the utmost credit on him. After the loyal toasts had been honored, MIr. Hemo mings proposed the health of MIr. Britten in a neat and highly complimentary speech. Mr. Britten in reply heartily tlnhked those present for tihe way in whichl they bad worked for him. Ie lad been defeated, bat his defeat was almost a victory, for the number of individuals who votedl for him was certainly greater thlm that polled byany other candidate. He had, also, made a great advance in. public opinion since the time he previously stood. Of corae he knew that certain sections of the citizens were jealous of any man residing in the north lbein...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO TIlE EDITO01 OF TIlE FITriOY CITY PREs. S11,-Will you kindly allow me to make a few remarks in answer to a letter signed L.M. which appoarel in your colums, and wherein he stateli that the letterI wrote was altogether wrolng. In thie firat place lie states tlhat my remark re stoppage of tram car'is incorrect ; in the second place that I said that I intended voting a?naiost the i-i troduction of the tain cars ;l in the third tlaoe, thlat the citizens of Fitzroy would inot Ic inllOuened biy miy petty arglmients ; foorthlly, he states that it will honelit both prolerty nowner, ttralcsmen alike, and winds upm by hoping that lie as not hurtllny feelilngs as lie would Iee very sorry to du, etc., etc. No Sir. I will arswrer thenm as they cono. tIn regard to stop.agu--es vehicle carrying ay only forty ýuvngee tunt inecessarily ail unavoidably harve more stoppagem for the purpose of takilg lip ndl settilg town pasosegers, than one that only carries fifteen, earing...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 14TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden, Robb and Raven, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE: ? FITZROY COURT. MoInnY, AccusT 14Tr. (Before Ir. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden, Robb anud Raven, J's.P'.) DRUNK AND DISORDERILY. John J.intkes, Catherine Daly, and Elizabeth Jones were harget with the above pffence. Jones was ?setionel anol dis charged, Daly was fined Is., and Jinkens Ss. INSULTING BEAllavIOUIL William Lighthand was llarged with insulting behaviour in a pablic place. IHe pleaded guilty. Fined 10s. with the option of 48 hours imprisonment. ALLeaoED LitCN Y. William Johnston was placed in the dlock charged with larceny of a gohl locket valued at £2. On the application of the police the case was remamndled for seven days. * OnCE.E t.i.aUAGE: . Robert Murray was chargedl with making usea of obscelanhguage within the hearing of the public. Constable Callelnder proved the ease. Fined £10 or in default three months in gaol. THE: nAKERS' AND MILLEs' .TATUTE. .James Hennessy, baker, of Nicholson street, J. Ronald, baker, of Brunswick street, .. 1k. -...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

OU STORY TELL}ltR MONA'S CUl1N. CtrAtcran NII (Contledll). " lnt surely there weroe Iiqulirle undo cocerrni the Ih one al its ieltrnllgse N ireveller wouhl eesn ml oul leave suclh thig oncc,1 for, euloso tIle crlolite wis a hirer hiek, Iwll I hres l ir ite iuraeii." "Tllhe ast was a noble stood," sale lueghlOe "the buckles of the hlarness were of oliver, nui the cluak of a cloth ts lio an gentLore war ?e tu t therd t hoay lut il enwrlei leuaw linven Meanllw ei h onfor tloy Owei lnug l ?, thi Iun. at the town ot days, atunl .ke at Llyuvnwr it gneset Iatt been there, ali all In o.in, , We d llu o !emt, for the wife thoaght there weuld be rloeioy olTml foler the gea, calll wre 1might.e 'Tll have it I 'twero seet, "'Te sintego," sid Sir nl udla thoI.ght hilly t "lhat yrr hrove rot told OInes aghr rconererig tlihn l eor.olre-lk."' "Ole, fly I 'lras a little lower dolew the road that Ilerrrl that. 'here hred beert honry rale. od e:'rltes .rlalhlle ide lt the rrnrlld blet lily. eyes were s...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

WJSAY ON ]OOKS, THlIR IIISTroY ANID INFLUENCE, (Br RIt. C.?l MLLaan Lmn.AImA., PFTn?r P?lnLea LrnoArY. Amrongst thoae ?ook Whihs anel no nop?,ca vnave In the opinion of Iteraoy Inen, may Ib ,mentioned, tlhe beautiful and ponrtablo all. tione of the Greek and Latin elasicsn, issud by the elebrated printers of Anatordlmn and Loyden (Hollansa), during tile 17th cn. tury thf ilne Greek eethmeits of Jonecn; another printer of Amaterdnlm, during tlh Itth century and tle numeroun classice printl1 by Atdne Monltinu at Venico to. wonnl the end of ti 151th or aeginning of the 1ith entury, aydl nny bookhs noed by Caxton, the lirst English printer. Prommineit among alendra ties of tide kind, are the fol. lowing, preserved at the Ilritlsh laluseum, Londolan. Tle int iirst ile with a date, printedl in Vellum at laayoncee (lermany, 1474. Grammnr of the Greek Iangagge date 17i8i, thie fiat book printsl iii (Imorek harn. tors. ??so p's Falles, printed at Milan, labout 1.18i, int Greek lasseie printe...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

CR1CK1Z:T. The fifth annnal meetinf ,of the Napier Union Cricket Clutb will .he hlh at tihe Colfee Palace, Smith-s treet, on the 24th of Augnt, at 8 o'clock.. ~emlers and inu teming 1mpmber Ieoinvtted to attendl

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FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

FUOTIALL - IAHTCIIM PI AYRl IJW_ AATURDAT, Fitzroy AlBltre v. Star of Brunswick. This match resultel in t victory for tile Alberts by 7 oals, three of whlio were di. pottd, kicked by Lnogmtnt, oomt, Tre. eaven, arnra, Clarke, Tohin and Nelson, and i(1 tiolds to the Star I behiblt.. For the Alberto, Duncan, Clarke, Williant, flanddox, Soon, n ol?no ndo Nowbold pigyed Splendidly, ns dit Morcombe,+ Tighe, nmnd Fox for tih taor. Mr, J. Miller wnas a fair ando imopartial umpire. I?.i?lmY FOn TIIs DAY. Fitzroy tnd twenty v. Fitzroy Almrts o the ground of thie fornlr, Itichmond pt*. dock. ~oornmby team n -Allen, Blonett, Cnolaghao, lEmns, Moeaos, Mille, Muir, Smiith, McIntyro, Moilroy, Mornombe, Whyteo We'btetr, Witlams, inmlcy, Stnmt, Holit a, Robinson, Wolaford, Yoong. eeoorgencioe, ~elovo, PothIriidge, Whitt. titzroy v. Woeal B elboarne to anley, o the grould of thotatter, loyl t'ark. ,Tin following will rpremont tihe Fitzroy, who are roqonotet to meet at llt Rob itov iHotoel at :0 .lmr...

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