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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, AUG. 10th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

SAfIUTRDAY, AUG?. 10th', 18?8. FTrrztOY again has a ibow mayor and ax we anticipated, Or. Moore has been elected to the position. Cr. Moore will ;ow havy an- opportunity of proving what elfect is prctical mand at' the reins, sill.havo.on thie progress of the city. During the past year, we have had-Or. 'Holden sitting in the chief chair, and a nost worthy chairnlan he has proved himself to be. Certainly noivery great public works' have been carried out during 'his' year' of oilice, but still a vast amount of good has been effected in a quiet way, and many illnproveiments .rmades throughout the city.. He, togethir ith his brother councillors, have watched the interesLs of the city. verycarefullyail liave.een successfui inogaing several advantages. The title to the Edinburgh gardens ; the £1000 for. ieilly-street dlnlin; the promise of a bridge over the Merri Creek; and thi first step in Railway conmunication have all been obtainedl during hil tern, antl through his ex ertions and thos...

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

C SPECIAL G COLUN. .. S. C' OR N I C K, . 1I, GERTRUDE STREET, (Orro?TrE CAncLTo CLUn HOTEL.) Gentlemen's Clothes Cleaned, Presed, and Repaired at the shbrtest notice. Every description of Tailoring executed with despatch' S AT jOSEPH ELLIS A CO'S, 5i, FLINDERS LANE EAST, GAL VANISED IRON, PLils .A?s CotnninATer , AT REDUCED RATES, Cost and Galvanised Sponting. * Fittings of. Every Description. Water, Gas l,ell, Speaking Tubes. American Pumps, Uzinals, Cast. Galvanised andl Enamelled Sinks, Plumber's Brasswork, 3-ply India-rubber HIose, &c. F B '?1.' T O N , 11. FAMILY GROCER And " ' P RO VI:S'IONN DEALER, ' Corner of CGEORGE `&k WEBB ' STREETS. Constant Supplies of Fresh Butter and Eggs. HAMs, B.acosc,aml CiiE E of - t'rimect Quality. Oilmen's Stores in Every Variety. A Fine Selection of Pare Ceylon, Indian; and China TEAS of the Best Quality. The Choicest CONFECTIONERY in Varied Assortment. FINEST TOBACCOS AND CIGARS. THO.3IPSON AND SON, Manufacturers of ALL KINDS ...

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

OUR.:. STOEYOTELLER. O3f0A'S CURSE. Cuw'rer. XII. (Continued). "But surely there wrere inquiries made concerning the horse and its trappings? No traveller Awould pas on and leave such things unoared for, unless the creature was a hirel lack, and its harness of no valuie." "The beast was a noble steed," said Hughie; "thle buckles of tie harness were of silver, and the cloak of a cloth as fine as gentles wear. But ye neel not say that in quiries must have been made, for my son Owen hung about the inns at the town for days, and asked at Llynvawr if grests had been there, and all in vain. r e did our beut, for 'the wife thought there would be mnoney offred for thogear, antd we might as well have it if 'tweie? : o. "'Tis strange,"saidSir Edmund, thoeght fully; "hut youihave not told me aught concerning this sleeve-link." "Oh ay ! 'Twas a little lower down the road that I fouetid that. There had been heavy raine, and 'twhs half-hidden in the mud ; but unv eyes were sharper then sharper i-...

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

FOOTBALL. Fitzroy Albetras v. Star, of Brunswick. This match resulted in a victory for the Alberts by 7 oas, tmhree of rhiclh were dis pted.i -kick by L.n.lsrttml' Poole, Tre. leaven, Darrah, Clarke, Tobin andl Nelon, od I heblhimls to the Stlr's 1 behild. For the Alberts, Du)uan, Clarke, Williams. Maddox, Salmon, Neleon and Newbold played splendidly, as did Morcombe, Tighe, and Foex for the Star. .Mr. J. Miller was a fair and impartial umpire. 3iATtilt FoiL THIS DAT. Fitzroy "2nl tweaty v. Fitzroy Alberts on the ground of the former, Richmond padl dock. Nornnaby team :-- Allen, Barlett, Callaghan, Evans, Meonn, Mills 'Muir, Smith, MelIntyre. 2lIlroy, Morcoembe, Whyte, WElister, Williams, Lamlcy, Smart, Eellings, Roebinson, \Welford, Yooung. Emergxencies, Greave, P ethebridge, White. Fitzroy v. West Melbouirne Stadley, on the ground of the latter, Royal Park. The followino will repreenot the Fitzroy, ihoare luesteld to Imeet at the Rob h?oy Iotel at 2.'l0 sharp:--Abmtt (capt.),? Htr...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16TH. (Before Messrs. Oldfield and Lewis, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

CARLTON COURT. Wu.ýeAsex, AU .rO IhirrT. (Before MIcsrs. Oldfiehl and Lenis, Je.P1.) INSULTI.Y; cEIhlAVIOUIK. Constable largmraves saunmonnel a man uranal eialeolm \I''Naughton for insulting behaviour in a public place. The defendant did not appear when called. The evidence of the constable, corroborated by that of two civilians, showed conclusivelyha that the de fendant was not olnly guilty of the offence charged, but that he also made use of ob scene elnguage within the hearing of the public, and very insalting language towards a respectable elderly female. Tile sergeant of police described the defendant as a great nuisance to the neihlmorhloosi. Fined £2 . with the alternative of 7 days imprison enent. Maria J.ackson summoned Elizabeth Ma thias for asault. MIr. Lyons appeare? for the eomtplailnt, and Mr. Albert Sead for the defence. The parties are neighbours residing in Stbtion-street, North Carlton. Some mntlths ago the defendant wasn prose cated al lined for unlawfully aosault...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs, Marsden, Turner and Barnett, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUTe 15Th. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden, Turner and Barnett, .J's.l'.) DRn CK ANtl IDISOItEItLT. For the above oflence Frederick Taylor was fined Is. with the alternative of 24 hours impldria?o ent. INSULING BEHAVIOLUR. Patrick Maroney and George Backnell were charged with insulting behaviour in a public plahoe. Constable W\cstcott depose that at twenty minutes to two o'clock on Sunday morning the prisoners were in Stan ley-street. They were shouting and en deavouring to pll down window shutters, after which they coanmenced to fight, one with the other. Prisoners now pleaded drunkenmess and said it was their lirst offncee. They were each fined 20s. or in default 4S houre io goal. ILLE(:LTL.Y ON PREMIISF?S AT SNIGHT. Francis Ryan was charged with being ille _ally on the premises of Evans Lalast at night. The prisoner pleaded that he was drunk at the time, and incapable of taking care of himself. He was ordered to be im prisoned till the r...

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

DIL YOUNG. THE POET. TILISNSLLTED ROM THE FRENCH. It WI.M.C. Before the sad ?veut which clouded til remainder of his life, this great writcr :was remarkable for the kindness of his disposition nd for the gaioty ofhi hhmnor. Ono day, as lhe was boating with onm O ladics at Vaux hall, and was seeking to mause them by playing the flute, some oflierc WhO. were going to the.a muncu place, .ameo up behind them. The doctor, aecing them approach, ceased. playiug, upon wgiich one of them asiked imo why he put his flute in his pocket. " For tile mile reason that toolk it out of it-because it pleases me," said the doctor. The otlicer replied, in a haughty tone,, that if he did not imlediately resume playing he rwould iestantly tlhrow hint into the Thamcs. The doctor. dreading to frighten the ladies, brookel this insult with the best possible grace, and, taking his flute continued playing to the end of the journey. In the evening e iperceived tihe officer, who ihat acted so a?vnlierly towards h...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

S THE STAGE. 1 TIIF.ATrILE tOl'AL. Gilhert and Sullivan's mlodranmatic opera " Tile Pirates of Penzannc; or, the slive of duty" has been given during the week. Mr. oward nVenlon taking the part of Major General Stanley, Mlis Alice Rees that of his daughter Mahel., whilst 2Miss Ida Osborne, Miss Fanny Lyddianrl and Miss Lillic Forde I also took the parts of his daughters Edlitb, Kate and Isabel. Signor G. Verdi took the part of the Pirate King. The remainder of the characters were well cast aned fairly carried ocut. This evening will usher in the first performance under the new manage. ment, in which the favorite actress Miss i Louise Pomeroy will appear in the character ( of "Hamlet." She will be supported by a full and efficient company. , IRIlNCrF. TIIFTrE.. - Miss Jennie Lee is now giving her fare welt performances at the abn e nanme thlentre. Daring the creek shie has been taking thie part of ,o. lthe poor street anrl, I as described in "]?leak House," and in which she made her ...

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

WHOLESALE CLQTING COY. 7 j PREMIRR AlWI RS OF AUSTRALM. GEELONG TWEED TR'OU1SERS REDUCED TO.[ i g?ps*" . " S FORMER PRICE,,: 12. iL. HILLIAMSTOWN TWEED TROUSERS, TO RDER Ot` a. ,-," W' e lare a very extenisie Si~ok of WORSTED COATINGS, (ALL wOOL), SCOTCIH CIIEIOTmr, !.WEST O'ENGL.AND-TWEEDS, HOMESPUNS, &c, w ..arratied Shrunk and o.Wea t reO! ', ; / I , -c.-PlI ICE L IS'T GEELONG TWEED Trousers from - - - 10s 6d Trousers and Vest- : 8s - '6d Sac Suits - - 45- 6 Od We are prepared to execute all orders e?trentel to us in the hIst LON"DON STYrLE, with . GUARANTEED GOOD FIT-SUPERItOR WOREKM?'SHIII'. . CAUTION. As several SMIALL FIRMS are copying our advertiseirents and style of shops to deceive the ph.lic, and supplying .INFERIOR goods at same lrst of priers, in some ascs, alson PlE'TENtDING they are eooullctte, cith this firns, t'len snoto 6ur only Establlahmcnto r 1 EASTEIREaMARKET BUILDINGS. BOURKE'STREET EAST,? y 10 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY, * 4 VICTORIA STREET,, WET. MELBO...

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

EDWARD CORNELL'S SGREAT WINTER CLEARING SALE, hAS COMMENCED AT ROCHESTER HOUSE Corner of Smith and Peel Streets, COLLINGWOOD, Also at MADELINE HOUSE, __ Corner of Queensberry & Madelinh Ste., - I CARLTON. Read the Special Price List just issued And make your porchases early. A AT 205 BOURKE STREET EAST. ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S No. 4, IN SPLENDID CONDITION, ON Il?tc4':T.T TTIIE NATIONAL HOTEL, BIIUNSWICK STREET. LARK h lrandy Drinkers admit that liar ria.son'' 1870, as oltainted at the Na tionml Hotel, is unequalled. Ilrandirk, WiiHliro. oiew, and Rutm. are all taken ouat of bond by the proprietor of THE NATIONAL HOTEL. IIILILOIDS: One of Al?lock's B]?t Tahles. Single Bottles at Wholesale Prices. GC. POTITEIl, PO?IILrotL .J. LENN ON, Wholesale and Rletail COLONIAL I'IROI)UCE STORES, 15, oIirEI: Of JONSl.cTN & (1oRE: STS., FITZROY. Hay, Corn, Flour, iBran Chair, Iarlecy, Wheat and p'otatoes at lowest rates. ALL Ul0IDEittS 0I'?0 171T.1?TEiN?I TO. W. PILLEY, HOUSE DECORATOR,...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, AUG. 19th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 19 August 1882

SATURDAYiAUG. ioth,8ss2. Frrzno.a:n ilin has a new mayor and as we anticipated, Cr. Moore has been elected to the position. Cr. Moore will now have llt iopportunity 5oft proving wlat i ft?ci a' iractical liaiMd t trlc reins will have on' the"progress of the city. Dusing the past year, we have had Cr. H`ole.i t'sittini" ini thi'echief chair, and a imoit worthy chairman he has proved himself to be. Certainly novejy grert public works hr?ver beern arriedl out 'lurin hIis year obf office, but still a. vast amlount of good has been effected in a quiet way, and many improvements made throu'ghout the city. fHe,' togeter with his brother councillorsi have wa:ched the interests of the city very carefully and ;avrebeen successful ia gaiing several advantages. The title to the Edinburgh gardens ; the £1000 for:leilly-street drain ; the promise of a bridge over the Merri Creek ; and the first' step in Railway communication have all beeni oltained during his term, and through his ex ertions and ...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

. -- AND IYIO I* -, . (By It. C, Mli .Ln, LenAnoeI. Ieznior I'ntl ] ttlql Lln~linr!lr ii.r!·! + i (Cpnolluel from nolii'i lnt.) )000l,' I 'Ooorpa;sle Tl dlnrr, Imlim;&U' tb')l!bi'? leek m Prehol It mlnsy IlrtL: or etarlunt diq l%'+ uoometlon In te Ilternry world lhrlng tie, elstemntery, byJorlngpigfnnrard if dl.erlp. tld ccount of thle Islamll olrf'Ftmoml?lanlm ia lnlhbltnnts, tlheir rellglon, tnarno rn il "' enstoil., He also Inventeld a now nllhle+t ) adlllllhangnoge; aglraonnrooan 'and dilhII' on o 'tho'ycar Into twenty lrlliClii. When'n " eron Ilonof til Jlllih'omatechllatt was inallonto"." Chio' pretelnlel- Forenneon lnoliuge, It Weiln"'· ponouncBil by none of tlo nroal I erf atoltObe' orein ottcle nd a rel l ingunlle; froin: thell n lplo helroanldiconolie mhst o?o s r ailleol"no'en ntlr. , On lhi lookl of tera l a ll lohicrl ,iled it Lenloe flolnona fr oallll li oIn thil edl; "' Ciiir mlii at ropne, bhtacolltoi'll suriftleai, ' "n "lo'w er eenproel ose ain f t. m 'l "+...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE ESSAY ON BOOKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

O(flitthNAL COuttEiPOŽWENCE. THE ESSAY ON ROOKS.. To '000e 0100031 01' TIlt ItTOOOY cir 1008.'*. SoII.-e'rmit IIo to lorrect 0010or01't your aot imlo oi ticfi'nooe; appearing In iie "City tress" of Aiu: g. tt,'no by an no. cidoloal oOIleiboO olf ixo words theo sc10 is comptotoly ioatroycd, olra tiln reading ron. ,dcce contradictory. "'1 wilk1opy the pOidon jOprilltli, a10 6ht your read11s may readily trat thlotillo whcre thoebrcek occurs. .Pro. hallly Vic ggreatest Irook cola. Itt thoa' \iorld_ was that of f Hlrce t Lndon;'ill 18.14,' The 01011er 1ould not bo nmoinntin no reported to 140,087 volumies10, 0011 the lilolguoe Itolf ill d ils t wst origconolly Tiltendd to Iwi inoludfog tto atxwdeaitllbe in nl.'"' t robabd the blruoat w tok o sai ile'tiOtlcll , tor ntlillt iolt llior'g 0t Loalli n il 0M11.' The I11i12IiY coild not beo tated in lles tboo nix 11 igo irR11' linlolltillg a10rIportIcl, to 10.,327 "'olticOn adl tlo' ctaloglo itscel ll0 d 1 thick"' otavo volamlca." ·.Hy inrartin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

,r1 t, , EIAL 0 Ry * . +%. I1/, OIRTItUD 8TTIIO1',K, '(Uroyitra r 'rlt Cnn 11.t (Iotlaol?n' Clotle' ?l. iioi1,roirl, nod ,.. : ,I.ji .. i' . JOS1 1'I H010L'L 1ST Q' (10 ,,' ,, J1 ' MINIRRJI LANI, AST,:: . O A Li V' A'"NI 8' I i IF) I?lOtN'i, lWotern' 'l d aljel t I rd' akul T T lest 'l inori'ai I'ilcti'di f,'. , n, itn,' olinaisdll S"m I t i s mell ul' 8 ike.t l'l yli r'.l ,?,' : FIN TllAC.I '1O 0 'l'N"""'. SIll 0'1 S I" O'N L 'I1'P L A1 I', C0orn of.f r "r of. ( OIFOlIo 'i& ','11? MII) lBTIIEITnl ,, Coiiatit Spplloea'f IFrclh Ililltor anld tgS. lnin sI)roAl ,' olllu Coo"roos :o t'rlnoeat SOlrlmon StoO a It ·r'ory lVritety 1ht A' ino Selection of I'ure Coyloa,lollnoo nail • Coi IIAS' ofT IIa i t allty.Q l l Thie Chocest CON FRlTIONIIY 'lo, Vrlol J o... i , \s? ilnellt. Tlli' . ,, I FINI'ST' TOIIhACCOS ' A'ND CI(IAIS. rt, ' U'1 jilu OJIcK 5 Ti !'':"ALL` KINDB 'O1':"IRU hituliWAIIF 1, E;, trwlvesc warnarr ( ', ,,,i Ti; t' Chellcpnt lolo 111in the DtEret for ' ,D l l i o]h l nl...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

OUZR TOQRYT TBLLIB'. MONA'S CUIISHt Coo~rren \lHII Contiineed?~.i "And whelreflorel. Whetll go you olt aganl? Whither lowl plny! i It tlidsl welghty nld secrnte bosln? tllhat still en.' Arnd hea your ! llrlll oontoo. on'itt palronrolo III olro'lln 000llltlQ n' A ilhltlo Alrl ?le. ye yorunn toStn? slmdy nooc? A litUng Yreturn, troy 1 ihiloe n ratet u nw, to have tohe elhlndEce, yon relfse os me I" Icr 0 velycrodlveer. o.lushlltnihtw o you talk aLt n tdo 0tl I tollly nall thcor sulch apreecca are il worthl y sot~o ,,+L , ,,l Ilosnlly dleugatlnol g Mgtielf,ihe hlinrlty, left tir, lest aite diollud give wiyi to 1 nothel r e nlltlon, o0 llaloptlt i t ,h tnll luh xtllo;le itor roleturne to thed inuorlltnglyolmll, )Von:ii ser to \r'hgi Ced11 11 colie iet 'otrwih' lllgwehat tlihd taken pdo"n ef.lot CIjih ae lukelr ioart at | ly van'r. , t lotie tio,?'llage "1 itho.)ohto ' t he l a, teosulred Step'be lt m drat kept ui.eo with IdI u II,,. o 111o kine.g rtlm , op ho i ~llf l .li debit.,o n ow ...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

SPORTING NOTES. -3--+ l OOTIALL. SAMTlTCII. PI,.AYV:II ILST rATUsilI.r. Xonnniifiy v. South l arrn 2Ii tvwenlty. On tllh St. KIMoa l'ootlill (roilniii, This ntch reslulted iIn ni east y viutory for tile fonrmr, by i goianlsid Clhi. tnsl to :l bolliild it sk ipper Of ith outhlli/alt the till inro inor i)d toArvFl eIviroppdnt lioal, Ilofn thnloil tilhe roind being rinlter ol o'slant. 'thi visitors l1r tile first quanrtor of an hour min to work hard to dlfendl tiheir territory, blit lerolln end Il ursti''o-o nhwiyi ,qnil to froim inrloniiiong too inear lihir citnlnl. T'le flovwern, Ilwouver, wlai \rarlmedl to tlleir work nd roaghlt tiie 1ial well forward, where I. Natlhan ol(aihIid oi nmrk aud scored first gonil for tin visilors. Soon niter thii» lilf tnilio ns ollsdi l 1 ilhle g t llo nmtooiI NornII Oy 1 "mat Io bliWii 'ti So'uth 'Ynrra : liolilnl. After itle usunl rest had lenll h liiiged li, tilu leathelr -as thIroiii Ip IIn t Go coutre, nd way at onc taliell to th locnl teamsn' goa...

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SOCIAL EVENING. JOHN JORDAN LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

SOCIAL .iVIlNINO., Jolx .,rboo. ,Lnoiee , ;.u.O .Ol. 'Aosococ eveniing tIi conlncetion with the boveo ldge wa. held toll tioe Forestor'n'llall, BSlith-lreot, yesterdny.weck, whIn011 miost njoynhle eveuing was spent. About sixty eoples weure Ipi'ecstt ild I rcally lirstclass progr?ollU wis gonlo througlh without 010 lefect. Tlhose engaged in ther ?nlo pert of the entertinmicctulot cferve Freot eL'dit for tlle rcfly e?dialot imainer Itl wlicli they gave uiilloulled slatisfaction to tlheie proiet. o bogin witlh, Mr. Hfatuhih asong 'A two poieny ride i a tram ar," ntud wos loudly oeored, ibut, eatheo time was ihoited nd thero wore n'nlcoer of clooces to' I 'Olloo through, ho only responded with a bow: Mr. Anldreows next niug " Yee, lot i'e Ij. na soldier fall," and nt ,respcnie to hii? oee lg "'Tho fahir loal of t'lfno '.g.?.ig nother iltbrurl in thI oVeniogi µ ' .lc??g W Vhe outler lipc."''rTI'ef T wxeou Me.r 'Aodeows owllda Moug that benautifol dlut' g1'". inouxtainis," in splecnd o t...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST. 21ST. (Before Messrs. Raven, Robb, and Marsden, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

POLIOE iINTELLIGENOE, MonOAr, 1vItinar 110r. (lleforo Mosars,. Ioaven, lthoili, lil iar doten, ll', : . . .. , r 0UAEO,.N., IANIAAU ,,,. i i "A \yootltg Iman010eed0.Wllll 0 Harvey, for fn1110?1kg us o 0rlmecalneing ao wltlhin the Ionrlow of the polfll+; w's llhl Ot , wrlth the ltrnlltlv oIf 8 houllr hllpriolullnln t 8 ,: IDE),Cn.XT wantt.lm " " Shlt M'lroolln , I anrod his wioell, Jor wa'LsunII lIot lall luowh. natthlis Lcort wore enlohcharged witlh Imvliln ot Sundy dro?nllg tdse or'll k loeoet ordtl within 'Omthe enrh h ofo areffolsL iasMg oolong treo pIbll atrolt, l'The 0 rhleb a w honf llof vo,ol nall the prleolmin re oe naiowl lo10, or. -l A woOtlll floollle Io lloafth (looootog wam brofroglt ip charn ofl wlth nlohwoo rse anflt. T'I'he lnc1"oetttr fled to pcut to nto a pper. naoo wtlil feol, nd lto thoeioro tlle prsoner of '.' 01' o yoi1g o iln ilalm fo ro0pel cely Catho h0 Ito1lniu mittd r\liean I owardlwere r see1 foIer lakinlg iaro of thrlntening illa gango townrds nlotherl y...

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COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL. A social ovotling li recogosttio ofs tha e os. plitnlity of Cr. Ilodea durlaig his otrm of tnnyorlty jest expired, wnes tesdered to that gentlemnlaa by te etttizens of Fitzroy ol hteverslay oedlealo lost, o i .provedsl,o of Ilthe oat eoesi el leal thoroulhlyejdoy.r ohio tlhat oll yet take plaTe ia tis city. Tihe progralmme o f dnac co wer a very good oato l afforddt f the itmost satsfactiol;to abot I 0 coaples [sunt, ?hlilo t oal'lsico discorseed by Mr. ltoilly's band loft nothiga! whatever tobo estreel., Cr. tPhipps, ox.Cr. Loon, and Mr. WV;'lest divided pollers o? M.C.'s, sol are to Ib eomplmeotaedl os thIl ollicieory writh whtih they carriel oat their dutiest. idceed, lsot ao hito ocrred dearng thioe seol vening, wilo all soeemed toti oar tlly enjoy theseolves. Tile catortlg wrs eotrlater to Mr. Mlorgan, of lfertrlostotrret, nst too ulech canlottso satid lit his praise. Tile viands weeo really of,ns rolohrch chtl rocter, choice dellictics tl lolelce vaoety i...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, AUGUST 24TH. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

'I'mnlll.riia*, Anh?ne 2li?r. Snniole Shillnmn id An.lllliu ClSllitiga were severally charged with tile aboe of. fence. Shloermno we fillned e. nlld CoIc° olegs Ion,?with the elternntevo of .9t nil 48 hours respectively. Two boys ined respcotively Icenry Sler. he rlo lhtertie Sell, nere eler0ged with stenliog toiree pigeons, the property of Siliieultoistdc.tl 'Ithe evhiencu' win. eon. Ulusve ngaiost tI0' accused. ITioy=Were mcelt ied hs., or i ilefanlt 21' hours implri. socii e it. , I, , " f Thi saie two boys werelchnrgedwith stealilg 17 plgneos, the property of 'ilorntlo Smitll,.o[ Mount Eagle, neie' ,iehliolberg . In thin 0ase Also the oehlneico wos ecohlustve. Th le pisocers were ena liTned 2s., with thel nlternintlv of sorc daoys ii gaol. Ami elderly Ieman rooeid IscoI Htaeldsll wne plit evl lei tihe lo k thonrged .with steallleg tioreo Iltee.trecks flvm teli ee dlif?lerlt. per. soes. Prisoner pleaded guilty to twotof the ahnres, il eleoted to be dealt with sacl . eurnilyy to t...

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