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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY SEPT, 2nd, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

'i 'AtiHafit sxi.r.iiltfi~s2 ll IHl?]to r itt ineio o ? to, irr?ilr', inotY imporitit .]prvilgo tl chlooinul who sohll represn t' themi n Io the reformed Legishtl c C Oifiucil.i By3tlu Reform Bill,; the. franchise for;titatit Jouou Ihn Iucki ,cry greatly. extendet .IFull,par tiulanorof ;thoseu who nru etitled under it to' thd jrivihi;tiioof-.voting at the election,-i'oro :g yQ'tnatj t}b time,;nand coisidetril o rranci of ,Marcove nliotin tre'no. tlle? iFiu4iSt) nnhtioo t whichi iet i to ttoto; to iii ( itnl tir tiio ,yin,'dfr u!wxt!(di}lt 'iii .frl ttlti'tle minds of eiir retado,) t More, ovedr tth grind hooio ' p tif;io, i lyt thi tinvt 0.l? lationl. Theu :olijeea wtiil has 'sorl: onuly to Io cn dhlrocide vod mld ftrdt, futuret is there tol er p new "io~ul boi thu iiutoi o,,t thoCr', anti as'lim thin entirely in.th~dofitlrlo o,f!, lItulpayer, it hx for Cthem to decide whether ille intluuieco of toie itginhititoe C ldeit l iit fut'urwill Iw b 'r}ýe or forouvil. 'hul term `fnoý 'aTti...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

TO TIE EDITO OFTIIO FITZROY CIY.10000. S,-I beg. leave to trespass "on your columns for the insertion of this letter wihich to a certain extent involves a pinblic interest respecting the"daties relating: to nightmen and: cesspool cleaneri The -Inspector, of Nuisances calll att my~office "this moraing ail male a demand for l&,thia 'eing the third timce for, emptying the closet, stating that the nightman or contractorforeanptying cesspoolsrefusedo to empty'thc:pan unless he aspaid the extra fee. I is uotthe matter of: Is.I Iaispute, but the fact of the demand being made without just cause. Tho'con tents of the pan I lavo carefully examined, it contaion the eusml cxcreta pregnatcdo-ith chlarcoal and ashes, whicliI use a a disin fectanit anl. Iprcesme tils is te only reason tho contritor has for refusing to empty the pan without the extra fee. No;w Sir,: if I chooeo to une asha and charcoTal n a disin fenctant, and others'carbolie acid or chloride of lime, or earth, I presume th...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS. THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

ESSAY' ON. BOOKS..THEIR HISTORiT S AND INFLUENCE." (Br R. C. -MIL.t,; LinnaRLR , Fi" o l' S'ismAc, Liminy. (Continued fromour last). John Milton, bora.:1608, died. 1674, .was imprisoned for sdloe lmonthsan ,connection with political trouble.amnd after being libej rated lived poor and forgotten. His irm nmortal om ~' Paradios Lost" waee composei after thi when hea almle blind,.& favorit' tiag!Rher .writid,.it at' his dictation..Tlh wor owaa dblld a terwarda.for. £10.: WVhild he lived it was doldly'receit'ed, but about 20 years after his death the poem began to bed fatnois,'and conthiues dtill in the front rankl of English classics - . ... . Anithony Urens, a great: scholar of thbd 15th century, had the whole of hisM.S. burnt -in his:stedy'; he went mad. itnme diately' after. BeiniJohnson's unpublished work "Thle Execration of ýnulcan' together with the fruits of-2O0 -years study were de; stroyed :in an bhour.-. Several literaryimen have risen from their death beds to destroy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

Mr. E 1ottonlky. comoor of Gertoodo ond Gore strceta,' is liainpoaiu! " of hi winter' 'stook of drapery, an ofIfers ospciably chead 'linen in llannelae wKmllcas and heavy matecn ale. Mlillinery at' menced. rates. Special linea in various departmente, welliwortlh in :itCiini. As'thy arc Islowg ripidly cleared, a vist hosid ble pald at on... EAOVT.]

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 31ST. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs, Slowers and M' Lean,. J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

(Before the Mnyor, and Messrs. SI.ower and ,s T 'Iearn J'e. O;C A man giving the name of James Johnston was presented for being drunk and dis onlerly. As he lid been locked np frc ore. r1 hours he wao cautioned anod discharged. s?atc Stisi?fdoa bmtgritnhp bon ine?aid chorged'with stealing a han.ldtrnCi.the pro Ierty of Alexander Horn. of Smilth-street. T?h case was before the court on the 24th inst. and was then remauded with a view to enable the police to reccver the truck. Ser greant ennie now informed the bench that the police had been unable to recover the stolen article. Standish wa acconlrdingly dloetcargd aott taken back to the Melbouere gaol, where he to at prnxcnt mhnadrorng a centence of 12 months for stealing a truck at tichmlond, and after the expiratton of that entence he will have to undergo two other oentences of six months each for similar of fenero committed in Fitzroy. A butcher isie.L', HS1 . Rlohl twhr me o time ago carried on business in Nicholson tr?ct, wao sun...

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THE VERSATILITY OF WESTERN "DUSTERS." [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

THE VE1SATILITY'OF WESTERN a " 1 "?. "? '.DUST.4t ~." - ; A day., or two ago a motherly-looking womani' of f'rtyfive enternui'a "Woodulrd avenue clothing store having a man's linen duster on her arm, and when approached by a -lcamoa bshe said S"n. , nonly iriLeishesold~tho ilasister to' my " l aXm 'Iam, I ?old it Im,?lf'. repli.ed the clerk,~ s ha Ilookel'at the garmnt. "Did you tell my son that this duster could bewonm either?t" a picnic,. funerl, "I did, ilmiani and so iti? n. "Did you tell hint it made a goal fly blanket when not otherwise needed1" "1 did" . . .. - "That it could be used': as tieil, a tretcher, a straw bed ?id"a led'i Y' "Yea, ma'am, I?d'ii -' '.VU "And that ianyn:people.usel thei as table-covers!'tyr 1: : t.. x A`31 rd. thatthe 'would last for years ani then moak eexcellent stuff for rag tar. "I did." " Antd you only charged a dollar " "Only" a dollar, uma'am." - '"Well, *liei Joilm eoin~iome last night and brought the duster, and told mte all you said, I omae u...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29TH. (Before Mr. Alley. P.M., the Mayor, and Messrs. Marsden, Turner, and Barnett, J's.P.) LARCENIES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

TreCOLL.rINOQD SQ URTT TuuEsAr, Acc2c D arn. (Before truck. AMly I..5 the rtMloe, and Chinese grn. Gaveth Tuprisonerin charge C?ttJ&saiP.)d!t c m (ei? A Chktmmh n aunk l Ah auc was broughtt up on-nu?xid chargid g6? ld ts o ?tea?, ,md truck tas propertyof thargat e neerhto of impn'-ro adl it. The prlusonert . thr.gh frnon Mrs. Thornton ce as to the effect that H ge pnGoernsold her i truck on Saturday er ian al cst.o itnebd eharnaidt hOst e. ise aor the truck. ?ished the n rtforl on the Thellowing dan l~the bnse ye prew it in and chinese anclen. Gave the prisouer in clmrge orhain, the prll te truckty of John erepon the pri mncr aid "Leot me 'o''ad me give you back the truck." Ah 'ou deosed that the truck iwas his property, that he never gave it to t?el pr'?soler nor nuthlorized the pri of aer to sel it. The prisoner now (through was interprter) saidto thret he orrowed in gaol. fron Mrs. Thornton and left the truck ii pl?lge for the money. Lyrs. Thornton d id After hearino the ...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30TH. (Before Messrs. Craven and Lewis, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

CARLTON COURT."') Tr.os.ESoAt, .Aarcr 30irn.; (Before Messr. Craven and Lewis, J'o.P.)' lotiryK .tNDt lItOut01ERLOT. Annie Hayes and lanirganrt'Robinsonwees overally lmrgedd,,with the-albove ofloiwe. Hayes was finled 1. with the option, of forty?iighht hours, and Robinson 5as. with the alternatve of twenty-four hours imprison. went. IXNULTIS. I GUAG? E. Two youthi ;damed 'reepectively Donald ?IcDonald and James Ryan:were summoned by the police for. making use of insulting Ianuage tow?rls an od-..woman named Catherine MIFarlaond, who' resides in ilBal. larat-street..:.The evhlence showed that the defeidants.had amule.use of: language of the most filthy nature."';They. were. each fined 10o. orin default twenty-four hours in gaol. :."O. " ntWi?ElU, Or A- CrsrB-LAW. :. Constable Whitney. proecnted Phillip Clair .and John W otton tot driving along foot?? ths'in Siitstiiontiet, 'N6ih Carlton. The bench fined each.ofthe defendants .10s. No alternative 'simens:, "lll,' ~oll FOIt Lc OFr iTHE...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

ORIGINAL POETRY. . .... •HEYAV 'S 0b : wlitare the wihl waves saying. As they r ti th li~a?day shelr; With thimeasatliell, childie, playingn A Ih ave,watrhed them oft bheore r For wat arltey 'loudl,,ry ricgbn "g In their weird renascent;strain,-, ,;r Whlcb, as on the breezes dying, . SIs.echoed aginnaai n:".a , ag:in , Are they to the winds recounting i A tale of the'deep; sad nld .trues; .: : Or siisrly.tbeir riches coenthing t?. In thie lepths of the eu bluc . :. i 'i ,P'raps they're a .eqiuienisinging, O'er the graves of some sailors brave' With taunts to the firm lad flinging, -To'ireclaim the fraEil' ifts it gave ' "Asnbhorewarsd th? waes come rolliing So.on ovardi uohr niumient speed, " Vhilst thn knell of death is tollting, * Furq eii5ue fione everyireed. TIhe wav are ecer ieiminiti .. .Ul, as n to the grave ' we glie, With Christ we have hopes of finding ),lInddeitli,sei t f?ni life's neething'tide.¶ AiiLcr J. SiIELAo. Fitrro :AiuustI14tl8'mu I

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

, CRICKET. '.fThe fifthhnnnna neetiiic. of 'the iNspier Unddi Cr*ieht Club was bell' at 'the CoO'oo Palace, Smithlstreet, Collinwood, on Thur- day Anogot'24th24 1882, when several newe enomber wre -aidmetted. The foing offilc-beorero were 1% 'for-cthe ensuing ·I 'siaJkoh -G: Jo c, captiai;'J. aih: .vice ente" ', r. ows' r.d *trea surec:-il

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

COM1.., 'G O"R M"-I C K= t. 15 (IO TRUDE STHReI(T, (Orrnra C.tnrrx Corn tine t.). (lenltcer 'sa C othes Cleanted I'rc.?a, and i telnlrend at the shortcst nontlce.:'L INtry descriptio of Tailoring execntol with de.atch ' OSB~I .Pi r.1.' S. o . (GA LA' A .N·tSt) ILt 0N\~ SAT, EDUCE. RAT ET, .... Coatand ?halneia l Sponutio no g ... Fi, tltit. of EreD' ,a .tMoiptien. hnWater,,tie, ieo B eaking Tu?_n. American Pumps UO , tolO(R 1 (IalrnioedI a. nd . tiniellet ; binkso l'in.lernr:;n.. lrAnswork, 3ply ienitrlln.tmr S Jlo, Src. II FAMILY N ROC:R " Ant 1' o 0.V s ISO N D F.ALIR, Corer of lOR01". & WEUIIB STREETS. Contant Snpplies of Freh Bntter ieo. Eggs. tIc.e., , i.c, 'and Cllr?ne of 'roecost QNonlity. Oilmen's Stobes tino ery Variety. A Fine Srlection yof 'rt Ceylm, Indiane, and Chinan TFnS of the Brt Qanlity. The Cholcest CONiERTIONERT In Vsrlenl SAssortnient. FINEST. TOBAC(COS AND CIOlA?," 1T1? o- 'SOON AND SO N,, ;., '*" Aifonelfeterers of :ALL KINDs OF BvsnfRillR , o - mlrUN!...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XIV. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

OU1e ITORY. TLLER,.= j i)ONA'S 011115 . Cioitlrn X"il ( o 1)o otl). `.i 'She lIlteln attentleely to " him. and enlcerel with ululsll ealmnnee. "I will attire to remelber what yo?ey. It,. lasnny. be that tioe hlitehlcired woman will not reto. S vi at my romle, antl thel I will ILid tlhem fetch other help. Yet, metldhnk, Mlon, tho, ptophitee, renawakehn her. - willgo and ere forehe fear me tlo cheono andll shlrinks, iieno adohle me I ndl epeolakme fair when, hy eMoace, we nmeet. And, look y?--let te wiotltro--lonk Yonn-l mem why it is." : SWill yen tell me Ahet yot ertpnne lobe the eatnel of her dread 1" Sir Edmundl eagenr ly ieqlnled. "\ot tInr sbe tea wonmn, like myselolf an errIn, ng'nhappy woenmen asd when I would mrereonh hle, I clteent, Ifo ber Itotls are cleaner then refineo own She tt clown on tihe etolte by ier dor i ani wax sinklnge to t reCerie, when Sir lI t mllelol r olinel ter tlht she wa anextioely Iookl foh t tilo e farb . e , "' "I will not go to them now. 'And yet-I ...

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THE STAGE. PRINCESS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

;THi ,STAGE Tlr?o wma a crowded hores to wltt?a tlhe prorldctlon dI the Nautical drania of Blilee raylor at th ' Princeei Theatre on Satur day nilht, whenr it was pialiced for the tlit tono hi tbollouero. ', The play, rliclh ti of" poor l eeriptior, lt carred oot intlho Ite' ainn?or in llo ch itis, poeib let ith So?y lcrV exoeptionst ita alt'etlori Iterleatllh tle powers of thoe pr?eol tanill" 'tIe dilue relet:parte, sti their tnlel t nni .nllllity t alllost altortlhct roasted;. 'llh' hirrngtg, althoughrri woell ruorrrel, iI eartldularll'oneaki' RIIl, wLe thre ceopllOlnof "Alt ol bn ccollt ofL ilirnc di ' ldlt rppear to Iea t tal apprai ctatel. TIe plot is of l atlotr, coplicatcd latllrrlrl reocrlrrt, ro' ollr l ed)e will noo illorv,lf r ilctiilrd n ciuont,'oullico it to say tlIt' drinrtg Ito irfolrigri t allows of bl ftlew pojrlte, of wlhii ory takilg itpr'rt: iii' t cRar ,atlltlrooo"lresotf, cr-r ro tothc'"hlleril a ikuilcor ot.;dlerinytllrg tloitr relitciti ': Tell loreliiog, crr...

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THE SATIRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

"' °?;T IE ? E`B T I R% 1 a T/ ?· ·; i .I':T 13 Estornu ClSu T..' . otireo sooici, Ike a Illaho tmer, kel, , : !0woot iwith o toetol I[t ,i iotrapy fioltt Of soo:I I Jusices' jlstico leo Iecom. o proverlbol, odol wllto I would not willingly writoe noy. thiniig enlootatod to brlig the nojosty of tilo nlaw nto i cntmept, I.eninot refai irotre n, certlng to thIe force whilch took place iII th local eorgraot'a roomao tofw, duayp ogo, Thi Intsa of the casa woere reported ito ti lost Isoson tof il "City Prom,' nId worn' asimplty that at man charged with ilnsultinu1 tlnvloat And restl g llutlO policeO, wson delt with by ) stngle justice of tihe peteo In thel sergenont' roon u o n li o ol iiv nll fined 20n, with 3s. costs a'for' tho:o' cneo.', Oit'the ascceedlng 'court iny,,p mon qhirged witl ising olbcnno ltoingcnage wis inal Icy the policn" icgiatrato to tio tihe of nlO,,or 3, montils i giol an ni oltrntri:o ' Iii tle tint Iastlcino' tlho con. stobtld hadlitl 'cotlios cinrHy:ton I tolnsed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

OPEINGPIP·N1EW% B1IAjd^hH 2 SMITf ST. iREDUCElD I ICESI ! WHOLESALE CLOTHING COY., I'RFMIEII TAILOHS OF AUSTRALIA. GEELONG TWEEDrYVlinOUSE]R FORMElt P1ICH, 12I . MIl. .., REDUCED TO ..108: it.; BUITS TO ORDER, 42s. Gd. OPENIN(.l NEW IllIANCII 38 IT, 23 SMITH8TREIT, FITIZHIOY. Opoiltse.CotTe I'alnnc, snnl mijolidng thl Midiw dilBiite Lon ndl Uis*ount Cu in ya. TO THE.PUBLIO.,-O1iigI to Ilit gei'rons msi pinrt rceel ed frni the piulilic, aiid the great anld iuriholle?l succnii we hlave met writh, lin ilduceil Ithe Conimniy to Mill furtliriincreann tlhiir enterl, iiiyj olpoiing a NEW IIlANCII AT 238 8MITlt.'IL '11EET COLINUtM OO( ,'oii?, i "l, tlihe Cotllih Palace. In so dbiilg iv fteel oiiidenit we se nlti'ilatilng ti he wants of oi0r inny Collingwooxd Vl a t iltniy custeminrr fIrnom walln n'e Jope to receive tlh Maini lil.rl nupport II the futunrthlit ti le pullic hnve kindlly .leotoweil IIaIIl IIH ini the post. ' We are selling SIN(LE (IARMENTS at WIIOLERAL: PRICES, and owing to tlI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

r,:I B PECIAL .CDOLVMN.r 3u, insi.n .. O s a oiaR SI:L .C, K , C. -15.: ,GERTRUDE, STRET,, . i (OrroaiTE CAnLTO~N CLoD HOpL.) ,?, Gentlemen's ClothesClesoaed, IPressed, and ,.Repaired at the shortest notice. -.Every description ofTailoring exocuted JoSEP.l HiE LLIt'S"' C0'S 55 FLIUNDIRS'LANE EAST.."=? c GAoLs IA F IH P "" PLI.x A. Cosa AixT-ti,.. r-'_r" AT" RED t C E-D RA TE E S ' i ' ` Cant and GalsaCniaid'S-ootin. 'r Fittingssei of :eery r eoelption, , 'WaterC Gas :Bell- a--d'sedn 1 iTu Anicri.ae 1sngs, Urinate. t", ls?,iaraedi O and `D Enanilleili, SNl 'lileru i " ;1lrasiort 3ly Infia ii-ler?.. ;H : ,F ,I- N :T..,O: N , -_ L:. F?GLL ,ROCER . .... t ..i P R 0 V I $SION, , lD,E A L E R,i ,.,? . i:C..gornerof b.-rinent .WT ; GEOsRGE a &, iEBB ?nSTREEiTS.. .Constant Supplie oaf Frsh Butter and, tggs. As?, BAco, and u Ciiones of, .. t'rimest ,-n? emQuality.. ,r fu? ·iw , Oilmen's Stere inE cry V ariety. - AFinn Selection of Puire Ceylon, omioan, sdi The Choiieet tCONFtTIONER i...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

"'ORIGINALtCORRL SPOODENCE)"" 1 mE ED 2 rm.I rOF TIlE.FITZR'Or CITTP.YRES Sir,-In your. last, inssue, ' Voter.d"iales xception to .ny remarks on: his' lotter,'re' Tr? waays,erecently published in this joir' oft. " Ho instead .of -answering my ohjeet= tions, as he pretends to do; sets up an.imag inary and, as may be seen from his answer,' entirelydifferent argument,.and anaswers it with thle appaentt idea? that he will' make tihe public bIlieve that it is my argument and his answer thereto : Voter must ie veay foolish to snplpose that he will; by these'tae lies deceive the public .and tham work hib point. The answer which your correepond ent' imagines; :iand lattributes to..me, iasias ollows : a vehicle, carrying, say-40l pnasen e;s, mobt necessarilyhave more atop ges, or the purposeo'f taking up' ands- setting lown n saengers;':than one that'only: arries ifteen :Learing in hind the fact thathorsec,' mil ilo.om alone, will be'theo motirve power: ao that, allowing for the increaael sm...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XIV. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

OUR:! STORY' TELLER.. CA?r'rT 'XIV: (Continued)..-, Shle listene? 'attentivel' to' hint nd anawered with unnanal calmness. "I "will strive toremeet lei lhat "o . oisit mat be that the white-hairel woman will not vie at my oice; aind'thi I will bid them fetch other help. e? ,'methinkel 3ioh, the prophtes, eanawaekehher i?will go ant oe, for he fears me5 :he cowere , and afrink and avoids me; and speaks me fanir when, by chance, we meet: And, look'yon-let mhe whsnrar-looko ru-I gueas why it i. "«itlyoutellmewht to syonuppo tto net the cause of her dth rai' Sir tdlmannt eagel ly inquired..: . ,: . , !'lio;ifr shoe isawoman; lido mysef an errind, a nhniappy . wbmwoi '~'ant oshenw "I would eprhoacl her, I caiihbt, for thier hi?ds ar elehuert tliam h n d n.o '' l '^i' "':i " She sat down on the stonol by'her door : and was einking into a revlric. when Sir Ed ound rcaionde Il'er that she o*n's nanxionusly loolkel for at the fhr. : "I wlllnot goto theminor. And yet-I will ; 'twere best o.. ...

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THE STAGE. PRINCESS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

I'RIenCS TIIEATRE. Tfheranaa a crowded house to witness the rodauction of the Nautical drama of "Billos aylor" at the Princes- sTheatre on Satur day night, whcn-it was rodouced for the first tiieo in'Melbouirnee. r"he. play, 'whichl is of a'ioor description, is carriedl out in the best mauner inu which it is possible; with cery few exceptionsit is altogethcr beneath .tlse powers of, the, persons taking fji difte milt isrts, and their talent' nnd abiity is almost alto-ethdr wasted. The singing, altlough well rendered, i iparticilarly'wheak an-I, ?.th the c4eption f6 "'All on nccount of Eli;," did not appear to hI at. all appre ciated. The plot is of.a rather complicated nature and pressure oh our space will not ailow of a detailod account, suffice it to say that'ditring its itifoldingit allows of but few pointu of which any taking part in it can avail thl mselvesuof, so us to give them a chaiice of di?jdiying their abtlities. The dre?sing, mounting, and ttage arrangements are all tha...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SATIRIST. 'Satire should, like a polished razor, keen, Wound with a touch that is scarcely felt or seen.' [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 September 1882

:; i ? i"- Scokn CnlQO, I ' a o dund with a touch that is a n y felt or seen.' STusticea' justice has become proverbial, and while I wduld 'hot'willingly writh' any thing calculated to bring the majesty of tle law into contempt; I cannot refrain from am. verting to the farce which-took place in the local sergeant's room a few days ago. The facts of .tile case were reported in the last issue of tlel,"City Pres,' and 'were' implf that a maii chnrgce.wlth insulting behaviour ned resisting the police, was dealt with by a single joustice of the pacbe in the sergeant's room on an offday; an d inad 20s. with 63s. costs for the offence. Oi 'the succeedling court day,.a man charged with using obscene language was fined by the police magietrath to tlh tune of £10,.or 3 months in gaol as an alternative. In the first instmico the con stable had his clothes nearly'torn.in shreds, was resisted in every way possible, and per 'naliy assaulted, besides the offender beiote guilty of n ffence a great ...

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