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A VISIT TO THE PROGRESSIVE LYCEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

A VISIT TO 'TIIE PROGR?ESSIVSE' LYCEUIM . Spirittiallsm has of Inato been brouo t pro minently before thoe notice 'of the polbio' by thie 1yr. J' Cooke's lectures ow the 'subject, anti the Valker cora Dowio controversy. TThe majority of yoear reaersn, however, are probably not. aware 'of' thoe exlstencoof a school of apirtoolinto in Iolbourno,'nnd a descripion of thoe roceedhlgs cs errirled oil -ory, unday mornarg in tile Horticultural 11a, Victoria.street, Carltol,, may therefore prove of interest. Theoojbects of thetontf. toitloo are the edocatiol of its members itorally andl mentlly, Aonl toe prpagiettan of tile teaonings of snirintallo m.Theha, owhich is olnorlly rell Iilled, Is capaile of teo1o01odoatli g aboat 300, anl tile interior is so arranged that viaitorn are kOepte aapter frola memfors of tile school Cltfflren of rtrios ages consmtilae on he000 LIti Irly, And tie other half Is made op of adultfn of both sexes. TIe school In dilvled' nton gro Is or sections, each hearing...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23RD. (Before Messrs. Craven, M'Murtric, and Lewis, J's.P.) CRICKET IN THE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

CAlLro COURT. . *W.lils.i,'Ay, l A 'rior in,.' / (Bcforo C.\l ra. reveC , M1;Mlirtrio, ndl VIIIiUKET IN Tile lTIIF.iT. Ai yotln nialnied Alti-el wi Smnmonrdl by tle police for pliylngcrickct itn till strcct. Conatallo I'Pollori provedc thie offlcic,.niul il (oing so informied tiho benllch.tlln t cricket lilil, propellelc byl tilbe,,dlcnIenitt,; plMise Withilin a iiw tclicl of IlIs liond, alu tilht two gentlemcen who anppencDi to bo pasliig it tile tino gavNo i tn thcir opinion hint tile bIll was nhiled ct wltne . !Fincdilii. ., ino aClteonlate nnlced. Mr. I)Ay, jMotropolitan Troannt Iinpector smnninolle 17 pcrsona for icnleotingto Rciil their clildren to Sciool. One ilefilniit ,mcd IIcndle who Il been, fle oic!i tivo Bt, ,q cecnslone wasinoe flnled 27mi 'or' lil .I " dmas In gcCa aol."lFiftnch ilcill S' T . fll' ne dTS. to Ii reoovcred ly : ''*.JLJUlJ one case WAS'ltlbrnwn). " ili ..j,: , ,Olil;A l. lliegathdcteatito of I;I/Td1TTc I Iy tiloe con1pinAi cat 10 'y, JLhlnrtri nre sieln....

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THE STAGE. ST. GEORGE'S HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

TEll STAGE. " Unulo To'ses Cablin" wlla' i was per. formed onr Saturdly alftrnoo a ni acoreoll it good and ll nrreellitla riltblaaldao,' tile lif o'rent ildnal of' thle play olllra well re. ceiied, i II e eveihz ]oll il aultnu's lrroam "'iho Ootoroou," woa gillval Iy tier frll rIreegtlh of tihe ,fnatolonr Sltr Mlraitrolie It was neried oat iI a pirited nl d elloetire eIerer tLio piparooral irfonna nleatiig rae. pratelly aPdlamled. s. Cna, a. wtot , whist ialirlng Iieart of War N l Tla, was takear serfinry iia irnl Lnn to in, carrioll off tie stage. Oa r\lorriay uvaerllg tihre war na ifur i o le s oe, it IrInUg tC carervafui oir Blly Wlloulain d , ito. looroe hvi m in a tionit. A variety prohrnern o was goe throtiv h lan wlieb tilea ad ttlrw lrotlars Ire tlheisrr lmus nornrolot pariorrianrees, elro..,La Suarillaie i Ilis vlolnra selosl ailtr tie Lee inlr)ly (ther ja~retlo r rlaNl ngeo I tllahrllo eert ncilltires took irrt. ]ilyyY ilonr forlri rilollleg. J., It. Martloek ior hin singi...

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

S lA, I COMMEINCE:I I.' :. ! SI1OC{IIEST'ER IOUSIE Coner of Smlith and0?e1 11 Streroats, A COLLIN(IVOOD,0 Alsoa"t '1 m' HADELINE+' HObSlE Cornoer of Queis Obcrrydi& aolinffo lk.,s, CA Ri ILON.. Rsad tho;Spotfal Price List just issued A ,nlake yo0lr ptrchallocS early. I '' 'lU3 OUIItKE, SItIEFT EAST. ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S' No; 4, IN 1SPLENDID CONDITION, os0, IAdIlAT ,'0T00I,, NATIONAL HIOTEL, :IIIRUNSWIICK STREET. f klt ,lloondyulDrinkers ofdt flint har, DIrlasson's 870, no oblto?led at thloe Na tiwona Ilotel, toi alunle, . Ilrndlos, WMlialos¢ W'Ioe , ndl Rum, ara sil takon out of I.ed by the proprttolor of TIHE NATIONAL IHOTEL. One of Allcok's IBot Tables. Singlo: Bottles at Wholesale Prices, ' POTTTER, Dooarlorro., "' This Great Household Medicino ranks amongst the leading neces aeries of Life. Thoes famous Pills purify the ]IILOOD, oa1 oat most powerfully, yet soothingly on the LIVER STOMACH, KIDNEYS; alnd ]OlVEII., gihlvng .tone, erlerýy,' eas vloglor t0 thollu grat -MAl Ns...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

FITZOw' CI'I' COUNCIL. Itol ghtly meeting of 11t0 City par held yestentoly orIooog. pro. tholioyor (Ui. oorle), Crs, lloenotte, l 'hipit, I roo koes,( rigg, .l'Moa hon,' int n ,e , f lohfen . emrolfl of the tro'ifous ometiog, rad otwar correspoldetlcn wtro rend arnd tol the flhor Ceouci, skllng for in-. odion re tio praetold of tinl Coulcl ito o n oerf Rtndmantn~llhi t oorot a o sAt o on ,ploapErt.--Ieccced.' nAtteolred to. Frolt fotll o Klapl, eompoanino t of tieo tine of to riglit.of.way at tnhe rear of ormnls off Argyle.stroet.'-leferredm to do.for report. " From lesrs,. Crisfy LMoft, ond Ilied k; Iaitig thatt itheo l hd he rd Itht toot trtefdf toroomrob foh6)i froim in of Solioitors to tileo Colllleil, and ila oToe wro tilo case, nfd If eso, the a of si tteoaiol.-tlferrer'tfeo 9ofct sille. Any knowledge of tioy auel olo was hool olonofed. - From Mr, r'. Woalnof otof oer gentlet skinl for n Inuto to Ibo plotacfl ote Ito iton of laslll Cro?ooent and Lf'Kent. l-llrfoerole to lhPubl...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, AUG. 26th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

SATURII1)Y, AU(l. 2thlt, 1882. T'l consilderationi of tlh annual esti mates will shortly fu Indertaken, and the works'for the oluing year dleidled uplon.'lero have v uII 1 lo(1y dis putes and son mohela ielrurnig duringr thtupastyear, oil fcdhAntof the works pro. uised Iofrom year to year, bt neglecled, that we trust the greatest claro anlld dilscrlimnation will he exercised in jproportiOning'thl roultnue., ,\' W knowl thllat 0certain suon will he re<piuired for intiitnlnleo'nd l ll olaries, aoul that I ceIrtilln suml has to be provided for re p1'yml0 t andlll illnterelst of the presenlit loan. Tl?esltinated Salls0 for Iie cur renit y werve're: Maitint?,,,,e nis(al, labor, relnairs, ete., £50?0j; ,leaftsilg r(nd lightilng, £11730;,Joa1t, lrepay? eunt antd interest, £2350; salu'ies, £17.12; Town lhll founcui- L3q; ; .Jceilly;tr?et dlmin, £500 refugn 'lamp, Victoria P'naraldil £ ;' dlri/iu tyli £3r25 iII cellaeouso , ineliig dit, in.snei.e, printing, f? ire brigade; interes...

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A VISIT TO THE PROGRESSIVE LYCEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

A VISIT TO THE PROGRESSIVE LYCEITAL LYCEUM. Spiritualism has of late been brought pro minently before the notice of thie public by the Ro. J. Cooke's lectures on the subject, and the WValker sum Dowie controversy. The majority of your readers, however, are probably not aware of the existence of a school of spiritualism in Melbournie, and a descrition of tihe proceedings as carried on Svery ? nndal morning in the Horticultural Hall, Victoria-street, Carlton, may therefore prove of interest. The objects of the insti tution are the education of its members norally asod mentally, and the propagation of the teachlings of spiritualism. The halll wvhich is generally well filled, is capable of accnmltdatitng almut 300, and the interior is sooacrasgel that visitors are kept separate front membero of the sechool. Children of various ages constitute one half the body, and the other half is made up of adults of hoth sexes. The school is livided into groups or sections, cach bearing some distinc...

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

ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIRtcHISTORYr 4n AND INFLUENCE. (Br R. C.: MILLER, LinnRuAe, FI3Tnor (Continued from our last.) ! George. Palmanazara-r,.believed to -have been a Frenchman by birth, created quite a sensation in the literary world during the last century, by bringing forward a descrip tire account of. the Island :of Formosa, and its inhabitants, their religion, manners, and customs. He also invented a new alphabet and language, a grammar, and division of the yearinto twentymonths. When a ver:: -ion of the Englilsh catechism was made into - the pretended Formosan. language, it was;.. pronounced by some of the first scholars tobe grammatical; and a real .language, from the .! simple eircumntance, that it reeemhled,-no...: other.' On his book of travels being issucd, it became famous fir and wide, the first edi- t tion sold at once, but, shortly afterwards,i.: doubts were expressed as to its truth, some inconsistencies having blecn detected ill the work. A lively controversy.wa kept u...

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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

ORIGINIAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE ESSAY ON BOOKS. TO TIHE EDITOR OF Til FIOTZROY CITY 'tRFAL. Sln,-- rnnit Ime to correct on error in your loot isuC of lthe hove, appearing. in the "City P'ress'". of Aug. 111th, as hy anu.nea-. cidental omission of six worls the sense is completely destroyed, annd the reading ren ilered contradictory. I will copy the portion as printed, no tmhat your readers tny readily trace the lie weher tho brcak occurs. " Pro bably tile greatest book sale in, the world was that of Heber's at London; in 1814. The uumber could not be amounting as reported to 146,827 volumoes, and the eotaloguo itself filled 5 thick octavo volhnics." The following is whaot was originally inteldl to le printel, inclndig the ilxamising ronls. :': "'rrobihly the greatest book sale in the worlhd was that of Heber's at London in 183t; The lunmber. could not be stated in less than six-l igures, amounting as reported, to 14,S517 volumes, and the catalogue itself filled . thick octavo violumes...

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

SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MATC ella PIM1YED L.T ..S.TLURDIYT. Nornnauby v. South Yarra 2nd twenty. On the St. Kilda Football Ground. Thlis match roaulted in an easy victory for the former, Ib 5 goals and i lohinds to : behinds. The skipper of the South sent the sphere. moving towards theiropponents goal, doer the hill, the rouml being ratlher on t slaot.2 The visitoras or the Ilet quarter of an hoor huad to work hard to defenld their territory, but Hleron and lturst were always,equal to the occasion, and managedl to keep'the oval from approachnel g too near their citadel. The followcae. however, soo w.unel to their work and brought the ball well forwanrd where II. Niathan obtainled a omark and scorel lirst goal for the visitors. Soon after this half time was lloled, and the game stool Nonnanby I goal I behind to South arr-a 3: behinds. After the usual rest had been indulgedl in, the leather was thrown lup in the centre, and was at once taken to the local teams'as goal, in close vici...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22ND. (Before Messrs. Turner, Marsden, and Barnett, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

COLLINGWOOD COURT. T~rEsi,.y , AeUSC( ? ,. . (Beforo Messrs. Tunrer, Mlarsden, and Bar nett, J's.l.) , D. T. Glynn was eh?ed' with' th h"above offence. H3e pleaded eilty and was fined 5a. with the option o€ 4 houra's nprison sneot. ,"NON.eorso . pnseu ( , . A reoideot 'of North. Fitzroy, naicd 3lishael O'ONeil, w'vis haored ?i~thnot hain his nanso on his eart' iwhen'iri-vingtlrouigh the public streets. Fined 10s.,`no altena tive uamed. NEOULaENT DRIVIn. , The same defenidant was chaged with negligent driving and thereby endangering tie life of a little chiltd. Finld 40s., or in default 14 days in gaol. rTEALUN A .IIaD-TRUCK. A Chinaman rained Aih Soo was brought tp on renmsd charged with stealing a hand trnck the property of 'Iichael Thornton, of Simpson's road, and valued at £1. As a necessary witness named Ah You failed to pmt in an appearance when called, the case was again remanded for seven days. A youth named George-Ellis was charged with stealing a piece of cheese vained at 0...

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

CRICKET. Collingwood Juniors Cricket Club, Istand do elevcns. The thitrd annual meeting of the above club will obe hehld o Tuesday night dt9h of A?,gst, ill tihe Coffee Palace. Smith trect, at a quarter to oight sharp. JIeiolbo? uld iutenl'og tlmleober are retluesttl to attend. Fitzroy Alberta Cricket Club. The first anntal mceting of the above ooawled club will be hcel ait the Cuffolt Palace, Smith. strect, oil \\??luostlay g:Oth Aub.uet, at S p.m. All members and intending membteri are ernmestly reqlested to attend.

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HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

IoL.LoW A'S OIS0. t?TF anId PILLS.-Thle infinrities of our naturo almost ieeessitnte disee?e. Impurity of the blonl, functional disturba?cs anld loose living constantly give rise to despodencye. debility, or distempers.. In the above-naenLel reondlies. the conmn-' nity can anddo have, at a little cost, the afe and celt?ain IsionI of ' preventing or clhecking, and curing both outward ailments nod inward oodadic'n [Aura.] "[e .

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

SOCLAL EVENING. Joum JonoRN Lo E, 3I.U..I.O.O.F. A social evening in connection hitl the above lodge was hehl in the Forester's Hall, nSmith-street, yterdlay week, when .a moat enjoyable evening was spent. About sixty couples were present and a really first-class PrOgnlllle was gone through witholt one deflet. Tlsec engagced in thie votal part of the entertnionoent doserve great t redlt for the really excellent manner in which they gave inboundel atinfa.tionite tthu; prcent. T'o begin with, Mr. IIatehins sang "A two. ponny ride ill a trn . ar," nidl Was loudly encored, but, as the tine rwas limited and there were a noumber of daance to be gone through, lhe ooly responded with 'a ow. Mr. Andrews next sang '" Yes, let me like a soldier fall," and in response to an encoire snmg "The fair land of P'oland;" duiring nlotlher intervanl in the eveiinig lie also: sang "'Whien other lips." Tile next in the. list were dIr. Andrews and Miss Gonrlon, who ang tlhat nbeautiful duct "Home to our mo...

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

POLICE INTELIJGENCIE: } FITZROY COURT.: S Moiss.y, Arcnie.r 21lr. (Before Messrs. Raven, Robb, and Mars den, .'l.'.) onacE.? LL.tSr.qAGE A young man named William Harvey, for making use of obscene language within tilhe hearing of the public, was fined l0s. with the alternative of 48 hours imprisonment. . Samuel M'Lcnnlan, and his ife, Jane 3I'Leunan, both well known at this court, were each charged with having on Sunday evening made use of indecent words within the hearing of persons pasing along the plhlie street. Thle evidence was eonclosire, and the prisoners were each fined £10, or in default three months in gaol. A womilan lained Elizbhtlt (Gooeger was blrought up charges with unlawful assault. The prosecutor failed to put in an appear ance when called, and therefore the prisoner was discharged. TIIRM-ITENIN L NGUylUiL . Tuo young wolmen named respectively Cathterine Robintdson and Alicia Howard were presinted for making use of threatening nln gage towardnls another young woman...

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

COMPLMIENTARY SOCIAL. A social evening in recognition of tile hlos pitality of Cr. Holden 'during his ters of mayoralty just expit?l, was tendered to that enutlcsa h by tie citizens of Fitzrey on Thursday evening last, Id provedl one of the most successful and thoroughly enjoy able that has yet taken place in this city. Thie pro ouoe of d?lces was a very goodl one, arafforded tihe utmost satisfaction to about 100 couplis present, while the niusic discoursed by Mr. Reilly's hband left nothing whatever to be desired. Cr. Phipps, ex-Cr. Lyons, and Mr. W. Best divided honors hs M.C.'s, mid are to be cmplimentedl on tire etliciency with which they carried out their duties. Indeed, not a hitch occurred daring the whole evening, while all seemed to hear tily enjoy themselves. Tihe catering was entrusted to IMr. Mor'an, of Gertrude-street, and too much cannotIe said in his praise. The viands were really of a recherche cha racter, choice delicacies in endless variety beirg provided. During t...

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SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT. THE WONDERFUL WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT. TImE WO.nEnFEL : •,:.. WERTIHELM SEWVIS MACHINES. -MIPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS. It is impossible, uttcerly impossaible,. thallt i ally can stitch so finely, and cleliceatly, ml1 curatcly byhalnd as she canl by tile Wonder ul Wertheim Machines. A moment's uamination of the work which anyone may ,erform with thenm will convince her of that. Ye will give her No. 200 cotton, and she ball make with the WEIRTHEIM Family lashino 32 stitches to the inch, at the rate if 00 a minute. Each stitch will he faultlessc y accurate, and in thc precise place where t was intenled to go. Very. delicate naterialse, which. woold rather anlier by nnmtiling, "ay he stitchedll pOln the Wert ci"n, withlot the slightest marking or dis ltrloace. She mnay even thread needle and alttle with hr own hair and lllllroidcr in itials on a ?onbrlhric handkerchief. In the other cxtrcme, she Iay use the" AM?IE WVERTHEIMl Family Malchlie with hine-corr thllrel (usel in Ioot-mallnkn), for evwing occasio...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 24TH. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

Tccrsnr, ArrscT 24T11. .RUNK Al DISOIUtI,Y.. Aanic Slle nl?s and Anllnie CslllllningS w oere veraly chalrgecd with the abon of. fence. Sherman was fined is. and Coma minggs 10s.,with the altcrnativc of 24 and 4S hoea rsop ctively. Two ioys inalme repectively Henry Sher man and Hertie ]ell, were chargle with otealing three pigeons, the property of Samlel Hamstead. The evidence was con lusive agnainst thie accusel. They were each finaed s., or in default 24 hours imprie sonouent. Tihe same two boys- were charged with -tealing 17 pigcons, tihe property of Horatio Snell, of MIount Eagle. near Heidelbhg. In this case also the evidence was conclasive. The prisoners were each fined _I0s. with the alternative of seven days in gaol. An eldelcrly man uunctld Isnaac Stacliah -ra placed in tile dock charged with stealing three hand-trucks from three ditlerent per sons. P'risoner pleaded guilty to two of tlhe charcrs, cnd electel to he -dealt with c ll, cmarily ; to the other charge he pleaded n...

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

""i "t."^ )LL1NGOOI) (IciILTm:r IC W1IWi ":h3rr TTirar, hIarerhm nitl "Bare ilI A vjint l A41t uT;6.6F.Tt~y, --- a+-Charn cige with thoLoba ei· Plhiibe\plcald1 gUlty mni wna' lined ~ql; frjIi ý;pLintn a- l_'onre Imptinon. 10 oiraheed v N w Fitzroy, ndinlug O'rtlra P'irntrtly ,aa chargedl with alt Ilarltl ropaired at Prrof Ilis n11m1b on 1his cort we11011 drivnlg through tLh public 'd s1 1. leamed lb., no noleorol tioll liarned, N01.ltlrT lIllIIcl, The,'m 01lo0 d oefdnldt wan chlarglId wiltlh Sdriving And therby`en dlngeorilng telf of403ttle Child. Fined Js,,~ or In lefault 11 dopys In gnol. ' "' ' ITTINIAI, I II AII.TIOIIo. , ,A Chhilouimao n1med All on oo w0 lIroulghll llp oil onl Ilnnd clharged with1 nto1Iogyo. hand11 .tru1ck t111 property of ,lolohol Thollorlton, of S111111301'e road, 011ol lellol ot lI. A. n neces10ary w0tne10 11a1110e1 Ali -oYn faled to pot 11 an appoIaraCO r1110a1 alloed, tli oncso wan Igain re01nded for e0or dally.. OTIAINI(l 1IIN100. A yotlhlnlamd (Ceorug 11...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 26 August 1882

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