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WHAT TO EAT IN TIME OF HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 28 December 1878

WHAT TO EAT IN TIME OF HEAT. THE general chorus ofcitizens yester day sang, and may sing again to morrow-? " OH. IT Is TOO HOT TO EAT !" Rut, 'hot or cold, the people who neglect the human stomach for their own con venience will hear from it. It must he always cared for,. but people mus-t be careful to guage its capabilities of digestion by the thermometer. For instance, lobsters and soft'shell crabs may be eaten with impunity when the thermometer narks 65 deg., but let the mercury- shoulder 85 deg.,and 'shell fi-hes generally act like a poison on the gastric juices. -The same thing is'true. more or less,' about broiled ham or bacon, hot corned beef. flannel cakes, rye bread, meat pie*, clam fritters and a. dozen other things which may lie upon the gastrics during a heated term as heavily as Richard'smnrdered cousins sat upon his conscience in the tent scene. During such days as we have known since Sunday last he best ate who ate least and oftenest. Nature, which is man's best docto...

Publication Title: Mercury And Weekly Courier
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FASHIONABLE SLANG. [SOCIAL NOTES.] [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 28 December 1878

FASHIONABLE SLANG. [SOCIAL NOTES.] THERE are severnl v:lri.ties of lan-g in the English as well as in the French, German, nud other European languages. Slang. or cant-sometimes called ped Iar's French-was originally the speech of an alien rare, the gipsies or Rom many folk. From the gipsies many of their peculiar words were borrowed by tramps, vagrant'. vagabonds, beggars. and thieves ; and from this class again the words ascended into that higher stratum of our complex eivilization compo-ed of small traders and working men-such as costermengers, day laborers, navvies, and the servants and f equenters of the stable, grooms. jocke ys, betting men, and others of that too numerous class. In our day slaig has ascended several degrees higher. till it has reached at last the lips of the wealthy. the high-horn, and the beauti ful. 'I he slang of the gip.ies is genuine and real, and merits as such a certain amount of respect. The slang of the educaited classes is unreal and detestable. It i...

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THE STORMING OF ALI MUSJID. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 28 December 1878

THE STOR HING OF ALI THEa following.account of the storm ing of All Musjid is taken from the Argus extracts of news per Californian mail:-. Karmai Pass, Nov. 21. At daybreak this morning General Brown stood on a little plain beyond Jamrood watching the march to the front., A picket of the enemy's cavalry was visible on the top of Shanghai ridge, beyond iaige. The advance guard marched briskly on, and presently crested a height, whence, at 10 o'clock, a skirmishing fire was opened on the enemy's picket. The latter retreated after a desultory reply. Our f..rcee pressing on, and occasionally filing, 'reached Shanghai ridge, whence Ali Mu-jid is clearly vi.ible. At noon Ali Musjid fired the first shell, which burst in the air. The second shPll was well aimed, and flew over the flagstaff on Shanghai ridge, and fell leyond .without bursting. A long halt -wa neceesary to allow our heavy battery to cme.up, and the interval was utili-ed by the horse artillery in placing guns on the.height to...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. 241278. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 28 December 1878

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Br COSMOPOLITE. 24 j 12 78. The holidays are the all absorhing topic of conversation just now. and the average Briton regards this season as one in which to indulge in unlimited eating and drinking, and no one who prides himself upon his Saxon descent will go without his goose and plum pudding on Christmas day if he has the means wherewith to purchase them. Indeed some folks allow their etithusi asm to carry them so far that they will pinch and scrape, and squeeze, for weeks previous in order that they may have a "blow out" for once in the year. In this colony, however, there is a con siderable difference in carryirg out the festivities to that which exists in the old world, and picnics are more in-vegue amongst colonials than the "merry party ... gathered round the Christmas ie." The various portions of the country that are favorite spots for ex cursions are largely patronized by the young folks, and despite the heat. games of all sorts are indulged in by those ...

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COUNCIL. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 28 December 1878

COUNCIL. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNESDAY, DECixBSR 23, 1878. Present-1The Mayor (Cx. Walker) in the chair, Crs Peters, Keele, Wright, Turner, Bryant, Upton, and Smith. CORBESPONDENCE From Mr. Guilfoyle, asking for a few loads of honeycombed metal to enable him to form some rockeries in conjunction with the New Fountain, and the Aquarium to be shortly erected in the Botanical Gardens. Received. A memorial and subscription list for the "three brave fellows" who lost their lives in the Wombat Ranges, was presented, and simply received. From members of Juvenile Industrial Ex hibition committee, asking for support. The Mayor thought Collingwood had been treated very shabbily in this matter, es pecially when Collingwood had started the little idea, which originated with Mr. Eade, to whom, more than any man in the colony was the honor due. Simply received. Cr. Upton presented a memorial from the ratepayers of Mater's paddock. He re marked that he would like to have seen it put into the hand...

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CHARGE OF CHILD MURDER. (ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 28 December 1878

CHARGE OF CHILD IMURDER (AnGus.) An inquest was held on Monday by MrI Akehurst, P.M., at the Lady Franklin hotel, Wellington-street, Collingwood, concerning the death of John t 'Kean, aged 1i months, who was alleged to have been murdered on Friday night by his father. Frederick M'Kean, a =harf labourer, living in Nor thumberland-street. The accused was present in custody. John Holden Webb, legally-qualified medical practitioner, East Melbourne, said he made a post mortem examination of the body on Saturday afternoon. The child had been well nourished. There was a braise on the left temple over the eye. another over the lower jaw, a third on the left shoulder, and others on the back. Underneath the scalp was a quantity of e travasated blood, and he found a star shaped fracture on the back of the head, near the crown. A portion of the bone wan detached and depressed. One branch of the fracture ran about 3in. across the back bone of the skull On removing the skull cap he found the brai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 28 December 1878

S Funerals furnished by W-W. 'G. iRAVEN, tac1 ertura, er At PSICES LO.E .tban' any house : in-'Vitofia. N ote the addpQ - : :.32034 . 205:M1.7 ST., FLTZiRO C HAS. MOORE, (Late of Collingwood) canrver a'iiLher, ILctur Prams Maker, 114 Lonsdale at., opposite hospital, Melb'ne. Re-Gilding, Map Mounting, &c. jIy gFl~'FE!E,'8d.iooso r rtAhao otte D!, T.,ESV hi:Lcý tr , fif?ý.n-1T + ,.E E ,?, "R. o-rut? . ? . . ramcill iror' anbd ;l aIeon te(Srn t ?F ANCASHIGIO~, S IBKDDLE '8'RET ( Iornev~pletie~t) Eggs and-Fresh :Itter fomt iset,4iruie.? II, TELL U,ý=T1' `EýE'. R - * No Hircutteis to gnal 'PROFF, HtGG1IBOT ,. T. ' IGGfNl OTHA , Sensational Haireutter', et., Bespectfully informsxthd public thirt be-cuts hair in all the following falhionable styles: Rifle, Corpe, Garibaldi, Palmerpton, HorP.T shoe, Byron, Brutis,'. Oxford, Ameri'an, Frenwh, Cambridge, :West end, Didudreery, arid Military crdp.' Haircut andsham~ol'd T. HIGGINBOTHAM,. .215 WMITH STREET,' .FITZROY. All kinds of Fancy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 28 December 1878

GEj'ERAL ?NOT1E. 1it 'H ry is pqblished every Saturday 31 Mornitdg. Per. s wishing to'have'the paper rejularly d.iveted at their place of busineeg or residence will .be charged is. per quarter, payable in advance; by post Is. 6d. per quarter. . :_ The quarter commences onthe first Satur day in the months of December, March, June. and September. " The Editor will be o'liged for inform ation-more especially . relating tib local matters. SCALE FOR ADVERTISING. 7" Business Cards, per quarter, from .. 7. 6d. Official .nd Election, Advertisements, each insertion, per inch ; . ,.. 2o. 6 Want places, Servants, Houses and Land for Sale or to' Let, Articles for Sale or Exchange, Miscel laneous. MissingFriends. &c., ' Os. ? ". Notices of.. Births, Deaths, "and Marriages ... ... Is. Od. To Aovygsraxs- Noteece to. -ithdWIs .d*rtiiseriels eust be give in in vling. . IHE Mercury can be obtained from any of Sthe following agents :--Subsciption Is, per quarter. " , ...:: G. CA?wrLL ... 167 S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 28 December 1878

4OThING FACTORY Is NOW OPEN FOR" SINGLE ORDERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. 50 GERTRUDE ST. DURHAM HOUSE. J. CURRY, IAILOR & HABIT MAKER, 79 4 81 SMITH ST., FITZROY CHAS. CANTLON, _-.AIRDRESSE, .AND"ITOBACCONIST, S ~ " SIMPSON'S ROAD,. [Opposite Simpson's hotel.] A&ne assortment of Meerschaum & Wooden pipes. Tobacco and Cigars of best Brands. Umbrellas, Parasols, etc., repaired: Rimmell's Perfumery. MIUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC ! -.ALF PRICE!. HALF PRICE ! HALF PRICE ! All the newest Music sold by Dunn & Collins, ARCADE, SMITH STREET, AT HALF PRICE. Agent for MESSRS. ALLAN AND CO J. HOLT, COACH BUILDER, 57 PEEL STREET. 'COLLINGW'OOD. I. CO. O. F. * shitest iinotice. Single and p?iir horse hearses, and coaches always in readiness. BENJAMIN, T. STEVENS, P-urnishing Undertaker, 161-3 JOHNSTON STREET, COLLINGWOOD. Strictest economy in charges. Coffns all sizes always on hand. 3. RUTHERFORD, YETERIIARY SHO]!NG SMITHf, S279 SMITH STREET, FITZROY. S.yo want . first-class Bo...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 28 December 1878

POLICE. FITZROY-3MownkA Before Messrs. Tucker, Raven. Ricardo, and Marsden. Bachael Neil-insulting behavior. She said that she would never touch drink again, and that if the bench would let her off she could get a situation through Dr. Singleton. Discharged. Patrick Flanagan was charged with having been Sabbath-breakingly drunk in Gertrude street. Pat had nothing to say for himself and he was fined 5s with 3s 6d costs. Terence Fitzpatrick, also a drunken Sabbath-breaker. Terry had been meas uring the footpath with his body, and finding the performance pleasant remained there. Fined 5 or 24 hours. George Townsend, a dairyman, had been discovered at 1-30 in the morning of the court day hammering vehemently at the door of the Swan hotel, crying out for liquor. He was in company with a number of others who were making the morning hideous by their noises and which ulti mately succeeded in arousing a constable who arrested George. He was fined 10s or three days' imprisonment. Gregory v Li...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, DEC. 28, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 28 December 1878

: PUBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnim Vncdit. SATURDAY, DEC. 28, 1878. 'REALLY the Victoria Police Force, of which we have been so lavish in our praise, is not showing to much advan tage, and we fear it has deteriorated from the force which did such good and fearless work in the early days of the colony, when the Van Dieman's Land element was effectually crushed by the strong arm of the law. We are iafraid there is a great deal too much waiting for informationinohw-a-?lays, in. stead of vigorous acaiot frru-the facts gathered on the spot. Whba`BaALsr, and CoNRoa landed th'ey 'Vre pursued: immediately and, when rni lto ground, they had stuck up Corrf?'s station be. tween Kilmore and Lancefield, and had about seventeen men ebailed 'up in the skillion of the hut, which, if 'standing yet, bears the bullet marks from the siege to which it was subjected. Mr. THnoxsoN was shot through the lungs, and Mr. NIcHoLsoN, the present As sistant Commissioner, had his horse shot, but the men were f...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 4 January 1879

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1879. THE year 1878 opened with Europeanl embroilment and commotion. Fears were entertained that the fierce struggle betwixt Russia and Turkey would lead to a general European war, and that the mother country would be committed to a strife, the end of which no one could clearly foresee. Diplomacy was busy at work in its endeavour to prevent such dire result. International negoti. ations led to the Berlin Conference and the outcome of that Conference asserted the undoubted right of Europe in conclave to settle Turkish affairs. The San Stefano treaty was utterly disregarded, and the preposterous claims of Russia as a conqueror entirely ig nored. The savage clutch of the great Northern Bear upon its prey relaxed, and was given to understand that the time had not yet come when Europe would submit to the absorption of Turkey by Russia. The determined position assumed by Great Britain-the occupation of the Sea of Marmora b...

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ST. PHILIP'S, COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 4 January 1879

ST. PHILIP'S, COLLLNGWOOD.• The Congregation worshipping in .this Church have not been unmindful of suffer ing humanity during the festive seasonjust closed. We noticed in our last issue that on the previous Sunday, the day set apart as a day of mourning for the Princess Alice, the Church: was draped in black velvet. At the close of the evening service every member of the large congregation rever ently standing, joined in singing the National Anthem. On Christmas Day the appearance of the church was completely changed. Loving hearts and willing hands had placed floral crowns and beautiful wreaths here and there. The Communion Table was covered with a very handsome cloth, on the centre of which is a lamb beautifully worked in white silk on a blue groundwork, the whole being surrounded * pa ?. A.?Snowy d of Abbotsfor The service was conductea by the Rev. J. Caton, incumbent. The congregation was large and the collection was devoted to the Protestant Orphan Asylum, Brighton. On New Yea...

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AN UNPARALLELED CASE. REDEMEYER, THE ST. LOUIS MURDERER, DELIBERATELY RUNS HIS NECK IN A NOOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 4 January 1879

AN UNPARALLELED CASE REDEmLEYE, THE Sr. Loris Msc DEREE, DzuIBERATELY Btrus HIS NECK IN A NOOSE. A SPECIAL dispatch from St. Louis on Wednesday says: A remarkable scene was witnessed in the Criminal Court this afternoon. Henry J. Rede meyer, who shot and killed Frank Voss over the foundation of a new building in the northern part of the city, was arraigned to answer to an indictment for murder in the first degree. The crime was entirely unprovoked, and Redemeyer came very near being lynched for it, a mob attacking the poliee who had him in custody. The arraignment was a mere matterofform, but Redemeyer astonished everybody by promptly pleading guilty. He was perfectly firm. He wore the usual brutal scowl, and seemed no more cnn cerned than if he had been pi-a.itu; guilty to a charge of assault and 1 'r::ry. "I do not want you to misun%,... md w what it is ment ? Init rder in the first uuishment pre dath upon the no escape unless to interfere. Do g'lty, thinking to e in the penitenti...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 4 January 1879

CRICKET. On Christmas day the Britan ded to Ascot Vakl to try h18 of the A ,Vale I Stoss decid cP hiss wickets who put together the of 92 of which H. Cook by sple contributed 53 (not out.) T to were soon disposed of.for 36 a 'oo the effective bowling of A thus leaving the iton , s Atkins obtained ,ae wickets for 11 r ood G ge-street ugwood SecOed, resnl . The by 9, nns, th Avis S. highest s5oe Brinson Sbowling kets for a ood, the f 14, the 14 and the Ia wicketkeeping o. all w Last Saturday the Britannia Richmond Imperial .which r draw, the scores being when, e •Brit?Z , ?Ilmperial 53 with 4 wic fall. 1elli s 30, Cooke 26 (not ou, Caddy 18 batted well for the Briton as Egan 18, and Lowrey 11for the Imperial. In the bowling department Waterson obtaining 3 wickets for 12 runs, and Atkins 2 wickets for 18 for Britannia. To-nDA's MATCHES. The George-street United v St. Albums on Darling Square, the followling represent United-Ball, (capt.) Bold, Batterbury, Morris, Akers, Lawlor, Hamilto...

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AN EXTRAORDINARY GIRL. A CASE THAT BAFFLED THE BEST PHYSICIANS OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 4 January 1879

AN EXTRAORDINARY GIRL. A CASE THAT BAFFLED THE BEST PHYSICIAUs OF FRANCE. ABOUT thirty years ago I was finish ing my education in a French pension, where there were three other English girls, mostly qualifying themselves for teaching French. I was the eldest of the set, and was then about seventeen, and beginning to think with joy of getting home again and away from French fare and fashions. One day, to my surprise, there came a summons from Madame, and it was with some trepidation I obeyed it; I need not have feared. '"My dear she said, looking at a letter in her hand, "I hear to.day that I am to expect a young lady named Lilian Church, one of your country women, not actually as a scholar, but a boarder, though she will join in some of your studies. She is eighteen, and is betrothed ; but her doctor judges well that in the meantime she should have a perfect change of scene. To you, as the eldest, I must look to show her what kindness you can, for I must tell you that there are pecu...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 4 January 1879

TO COBBESPONDENTS. qejeeted communications cannot be returned under any circumstances whatever. 0o notice can be taken of anonymous com munications. Every letter must be accom panied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. To avoid inconvenience and delay to persons interested we have to request that all business communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GRIrrITH & SPAVEN, and not to the EDITOB. ADvEsTIsEHmEPr. in all cases, to be prepaid. Letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns should be addressed to the Editor.

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A NOVEL HAIR DYE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 4 January 1879

A NO PEL HAM DYE.. ' Se om hase ele r 60 stuff done a' more curio~Whing than 'it did oti yesterday miioruing at 3 o'clock, at the residence of "H. L GuildA?-? . Guild and his wife we'r occiping'a bedroom on the second fdor, ansetie, a bright faced child :of 4 yes f age, with golden curls, occupied double cot on the first floor, in company with her grandmother, Mrs. J. J. Ames, aged about 50 years. This cot was placed under the opening of the main flue of the chimney. The first recollection that Mr. Guild has of the situation was when he was on the floor of his bedroom with his wife clinging to him and screaming. He turned on the light, and at first glance discovered that thepatches of plastering in the ceiling of his own room and in the rooms adjoining were hanging over his head, and the lathing protruding. A closer inspection re ed the fact that the shingles in tht v inity of the chimnney were torn up aHe then con cluded that lightning +h.ad; one the work.- The ext thought s of the...

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A LOVE-SICK BRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 4 January 1879

A LOVE-SICK BRAV yE. THE Virg'nia (Ne ) Enterprise says: Soria' half-bree Indians Montrear Canad are o avndid bead-work. They are thd' same people seen at Niagara Falls every summer, and the articles they have for sale are ,the same that they peddle 'there., Our 'Pinte Indians hardly kii what.,to make of 'he new-comers. A'..da or o-?O h so"a young' Pibte brave arrayed liimself ja.hls .b'Is red blanket, hung. all his ds' aill bears' claws about his nec,- painted his face in white and ver million stripes, stuck an eagle feather in 'his hat, and then took up a position again!t the side of a doorway in which one of the foreign squaws was squatted with her liasket of fancy goods. The brave lee'red and smiled in. the most love-sick mninner, but. seemed too bashful to . speak. .'HisL eyes .,spoke plainly enough -whatw at work inhis heart, but the Ifoieigignsquaw 'deigned not to interpret their ianguage. The brave was a persistent wooer and fol lowed his idol from~place to place all the aft...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 4 January 1879

POLICE. FITZROY-MoSDAY. Before Messrs. Marsden, Raven, Ricardo, and Woodhead. Alice Erckmann, a very respectable look ing woman, with a very well-dressed child, was charged with being drunk and di. orderly. The constable said he found the prisoner about 12-30 on ]onday morning incapable of taking care qf er child:, She had been previously con ctei for a i?kiilar offence, and she was fin thisoooebsion 5s or 24 hours' impri me Villim McDonaldi h "rodn warrant with unlawfully and?mallcQusly wounding b horse.' Having been.but shortlg ,r?o3`,'id he was remande till Thurday. bail allow& b$e surety in £50 and hiiu?self,iri.£100. SGregory v Lapish-summons for £10 5s3d for board and lodging due. Tle defendant, .who is blind, had a auna ter living with lir'. Mrs. Gregory Charped 17s per week for both pother a nddaoghter. Defendant sad that~ no e was to be made for her drughter was to assis! Mrs. Gregory in the hou ( e ,id other woo., while she tee d agreed to pay the plaintiff =: mon-...

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