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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

:CITY of COLLINGWOOD •At a public meeting of the Citizens, held at 'the Courthouse, on Friday, the 21st inst., it was resolved that a PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION Boe made to celebrate THE ADVANCE OF COLLINGWOOD to the rank of .: C T"I'~ ', Such Demonstration to take the form of A CHILDREN'S TREAT, To be hold on TUESDAY, 20th "FEBRUARY, The Erpepso to be borne by General Subscription. The following gentlemen have been ap pointed a Committee of Management, to Collect Subscriptions and make all necessary arrangements: The Members of the District, the Right Worshipful the Mayor and Members of "the City: Council, and Mossrs. Benham, Berry, Basrtow, Batt, Clark,Chinnick~,Colles, Carne Crossley, C. Cutler, Grutt, Haskins, Keele, J. D. Mahon, Mallet, Mirams, M'Langhlin, M'Naughton,-Nankervis,' T. Smith, W. T. Smith, Saddler, Scott, and "Talbot, .with power td add to their number. (By order of Committee) ALEY. MoNAUGHTON, Hon. Seoo. City of Collingwood, Jan. 26, 1876. BANK' OF VICTORIA Incorporated...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Labor Omnia Vi??ct. TO CORRESPONDENTrS. Rejected coimmunications cannot be returned under any circumstances whatever.. No notice can be taken of anonymous com munications. Every letter must be accom panied by the name and address of the writer, not niecessarily for publication,: but as a guarantee of good faith. To avoiid incnveitienco' 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 GmRniInH & SPAv? a, and not to the EDITOR. ADVERTISEMENTS, it all cases, to be prepaid. Letters and other communications ittended for insertion .'in . the news colunin should be addressed to the Editor.

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

Toys sad , ranoy ;oou, ALENTINES ! . VALENTINES II . o1S=o EL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Y--, ' FANCY'li REPOSITORY, 218 Smith st.. Collingwood. dcscription. Berlin wool 4d. per dozen. Storekeepers and hawkers supplied. MRS. HIGGENS' AKOY ",REPOSITORY, 149' SMITH'8 TREE'T FITZROY iding Blocks in geat variety. Patterns mped on: every. Miaterial 'for . Braiding.. king done. Berlin Wool in great variety colors. Registry Office for Servants. i4. for C6ditts' guaeraiteed Ac'eticOAoid> ,sMRS. :iFAIRLAM,,: '. oy &' Variety 'Depot, 181 LYGON STREET. . e only Shilling Window in Carlton. Boots and. Shoes. BOOTS'I BOOTS I Oh I Mama, vhat pretty boots Miss'Jones ears. Ah I where did she buy them. Why; I thought everybody knew, other, at RIzcnrRsDB'. The place is wded every day. Go early on Saturday ight and buy me a pair. Be sure to go to, e riglitplace. W. RICHARDS, Opposite Wesleyan Church, runswick Street, Fitzroy. F you want fir?stel.as Boots and Shoes .you will find them at T. PETERS ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

FRANK LAY T ON. (AN.AUSTRALIAN STORY.) BY G. E. SARGEANT. (FRPO "LIISunR o011n.")' "On, very well; there's no harm done. We shall meet with a customer, I dare say;" and rising from his seatas he said this, Mr. M'Weevil paid his reckoning, and was slowly turning his steps to the, shed where his horse was tethered, when a cloud'ofdust'in the distance announced the approach of a drove of cattle from the bush; and, watching till .they came nearer, the stockowner perceived two 'mounted drivers keeping together the drove, jand apparently making towards the inn. He accordingly, and for some secret reason of his own-not unconnedted, probably, with the pack of cards which he in variably carried with him when away from home-returned to his former position and re.charged his short black pipe.

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

IMM PORTANT NO:TICE! ! ! DRAPERY DRAPERY . REA . T, , BANK SEIZURE ::Under Bill:'of Sale, of `JOHN' RYAN'S STOCK; ;,167 Brunswick St. STOCK SOLD UNDER HAMMER :'By: order,' of the Supreme Court, and . purchased by ?; JOHNSTONI& Co., Who have OPENED THE SHQOP 'And offer every line at a TREMENDOUS SAIe I III I Come early, and secure THE BARGAINS. W, JOHNSTON & CO. The Dublin, :House will in . future be known as the NOTED CASH ESTABLISAKMENT 167 Brunswiok Street, NOTE'rE*--As some mean and unsernp ulous persons are mleloading the publia by stating that they are selling the above Stock, W, J. andi Co. notify that they are tleo SOLE PUPCIAISERS and nro now Soiling-off the Drapery Stock of John Ryan, Insolvant, 167 Brunswolck street only. W. JOHNST'ON & Co, _.--·-- -- L -.==== & PROFFSSEDTROUSERS MAKER RL, eBROOK_6_TALO_. .&_. " PROFESSED TROUSER MAKER; 99 SMITH STREET, FITZROY, near Gertrude street.. West bf England, Colonial, and Barindok burii Twe...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEIDELBERG—MONDAY, JAN. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

HIEIDELaBERG-MoNDAY, JAN. 24. Xoeforo Messrs. Strutt, P.M., Maplostono, and Studloy.' Charles Bull, Charles Barbour, and Caro line Iarbour were brought up in oustody charged with burglary and robbery. It appeared fran the evidonoo that between the hours of 12' and 3 on the morning of the 17th November last a house at Alphing toot owned by Mr, P. W, 8mith, was broken open, and a quantity of property stolen therefrom, and consisted of two silver watches, three coats, two pairs of trousers, two crimean shirts, a pair of boots, and a silk neck-tie. The robbery was reported at the Heidelberg, Kew, and Northoote police stations, and also at the detective ofilce. Nothing more was heard of the case until last week, when the detectives dis covered that one of the Watches had boon sold to a dealer named Waite at Sandridge, and that the other watch had been left with a baker named Frazer "as security " for bread, and Mrs. Frazer identified the female prisoner as the person who left the watch. ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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FITZROY—THURSDAY, JANUARY 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

FITZEOY-TrnuneDAY, JANUARY 27THr. Before Mosers. Temploton, P.M., Marsdon, and M'Lean, William Smith, charged with having boon drunk and disorderly, was discharged with a caution. Georgo F'ragis, a woodeoarter, residing at Epping, was charged with leaving his horso and dray unproteoted on the publi road at Preston. HeIo was also charged with making use of , throatoning languago towards Mountod.constablo Robinson. Fined 40s., with the alternative of 14 days in gaol.

Publication Title: Mercury
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

TO THE EDITOR O' THS MEROURY. SIR,-In last Saturday's issue you had an article styled "Sketches by Prying Peter,". in whioh'tho writer does his level best to drag the Capulets in the mud. He com mences about the rumor that the Capulots will take the cup from the Collingwood, and then expresses his astonishment that anyone should be rash enough to think that the Capulet will do it. Allow me to inform P.P. that everyone is not so addle. pated as himself, and moreover, that there are people who can tell good cricket from bad, which is more than the would-be sarcastic P.P. can. He goes on to say that "it'would be a diffclult thing for the Capulet 'proper' to take the cup. but that they might be able to drag it off if they import Lacey, Lambert, &o." Allow me to inform P.P., and anyone else whom it may concern, that the Capulets think they are quite good enough without importing any other players. 3I should like to know what the learned P.P. means by " Capulet proper." Lacey -and...

Publication Title: Mercury
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

gTO THE EDITOR OF THE MEiwURYL. SrB,-My attention has been directed to a g letter in your issue of Saturday :last, signed, "Seatholder," referring to some 'desperate wickedness perpetrated by cer tain officials connected with St. Philip's. Inasmuch as aforesaid officials did blacken their' faces," and, would you credit it, sir, M' actually sung "Molly Darling," and other songs of iniquity. Nowsir, it is well-known Swho "Seatholder" is, for it does not re quire a second look at his trashy rubbish.to distinguish the writer, for over since we have had our fine commodious school erec-' * ted it has been a thorn in " Seatholder's" side, and he has never missed an oppor tunity of ventilating his spleen on it and those connected with it. He refers to S";that pastor of souls" sitting idly by while his officers so grossly misbehave themselves. Now, sir, it is well-known that since that reverend gentleman has had charge of St. "Philip's, and its branch St. Andrew's, he has done more real Chri...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CITY OF COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

SCITI OF COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 25. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Morgan (Mayor), Maraden, and,Walker. Richard Kearney was charged with steal ing two'gntta poroha door-mats. On 'the application of the police he ivse remanded for a week. Albert Fulton, a youthful .native of Hobartown, not quite ten years of ago,. w s charged with stealing tools valued at 14s., the property of a man named King. Prisoner offered the -tools for sale to a dealer named Coffey, but he refused to pur chase them. He detained the articles and communicated with the police. Ordered to he sent to a reformatory until he is 10 years of age. Elizabeth Davis v. Mary Wrenn. In sulting language. Fined 10s., and ordered to pay 2s. Od. costs, or in default 8 days in gaol. Jameson v. Williams. Claim for £1 5s. 4d., for use and occupation of promises. Order for amount and Gs. costs. IHoman v. Wood. Claim for 8,., for work and labor done. Order for amount and 2s. Gd. costs. Brown v. Blackwell. Claim for .£1 s., fo...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, JANUARY 24TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

POLICE. FITZIIOY--MONDAY, JANUARY 24Tn. leforo Messrs. Mahonoy (mayor) Marsdon and M'Lean. Maria Saunders, a girl of about sixteen years, was charged with vagranoy, The evidence went to show that the lirisonor was in tho habit of froquenting Victoria Parade at vory lato houra in company with larrikins, and that she was repeatedly warned by the polloe "to keoop off the 'Parado." Sontonced to B months' imprison. mont, with hard labor. Ellon Wilson, for being a drunk and Flisorderly person, was fined os, Ellen Newman, a woman of about forty, was brought up charged with vagrancy. She was sent to gaol 'for 3 months, with hard labor. Three young lads, named respectively Harvey, Crowther, and Langridge, were brought up in custody charged with stealing fruit from Mr. Turner's garden, at the rear of Ellenborough House, No. 10 Brans wick'street. Fitzroy. The defeindants were each fined 10s., with the alternative of 48 hours in gaol. John Leven was charged withattempting to commit suicide. Pri...

Publication Title: Mercury
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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

.CORRESPONDENCE. We do 'not nocessarily endorse tho opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MEIWCUIY. Sir--At the last meeting of the Heidel borg Shire '.Council a , committee was appointed to open and accept tenders for leasing the Heidelberg and G(roonsborough tolls. Yesterday was the day and three p.m., the hour for receiving the tenders, but I am informed that a' tender was re ceived:?noro than half an hour after the time named. I know that the saii~o goit of thing occurred some time ago. On that occasion four tenders and four only were * received:up to the hour appointed for hold ingthoe meeting, Iheard the then president * ask the secretary the question, "How many tenders have you received;" to which the secretary. replied "only four," and soon after four tenders were to be seen, on the table. Now I think there can be no two opinions about this sort of legerdemain in leasing tolls. Would it not be as well to dispense with the mockery of advertising receiving tende...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

uarbltio ompanea.: EVERY MAN OUGHT TO INSURE AGAINST FIRE. THE , NATIONAL INSURANCE COM PANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited) MODERATE RATES OF PREMIUM. DIRECTORS. Chairman-Richard Twentyman, Esq. Vice-Chairman-Thos. Moubray, Esq., J.P. J. L. M'Clure, Esq. Thoinas Alston, Esq.,3J.P. :Hon. C. J. Jenner, M.L.C. Matthew Lang, Esq. Henry Stevenson, Esq. Head Office: No.1 Market-square, Collins st., Melbourne. WM. MACREDIE, Esq., J.P. Secretary, This Company covers Iho risk of ezplosion from Gas. THE. PREMIER PERMANENT, BUILDING, LAND, t 'lnvesthe nt Ass6oiation. Registerid under "Frioridly Sooietie' .Statuto" 1865, SHARES 'ix£25 EACH. Entrance Fee, One Shilling.per Share. Fortnightly (Sub option, i s:"per' Share. Offers remarkable inducements to I NVEST OR S, The most liberal'terms to B ORRONWERS, And the following rates of Interest to DEPOSITORS, In sums of £1 and upwards: 2 Months ... 8 per cent. per annum. ' .. 6 ,, Pay-day--Every altoinato' Monday. OFFICE: 62 COLLINS STREET WEST, Branch Off...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

R. KE R S HA W. aily Grocer and Provision Merchant, LANCASHIRE STORE, ODDLE STREET (corner Gipps street). Families waited on for orders. ggs and Fresh Butter from best dairies. THOMAS COLES, heap Family. Grocer; 96 ELGIN ST., CARLTON. House and Land Agent. . P. '~E. "arf 1 AMILY GROCER AND WINE ý& SPIRIT MERCHANT, Corner of ellington &c Langridge. Sts., Lately occupied by A. E. DOWNIE, P.R.D., froni his,success in the past, and ,g andEl e d 'ozperieiie. as Tea Dealer, d Win6 andiSplrit Merohanit,; CHALLENGES. :COMPETITION. B.-Wines & Spirits of choicest quality. ~~ jjJ. SAY, 912 VICTORIA PARADE, MELBOURNE., Five doors from Dr. Brownless. and eosidence for Families-Moderato; MZ'si;,J. WATSON, AMILY GROCER, INE' AND ';SIRIT MERCHANT, 32 .PEEL ST., Collitigwood. Late .of No.' 1. e Junotion`zCheap, Grocery Mart. H. ' J." ,WINSTONE, 'ea': ' Dealer,.: Grocer, AND ,:PROYIBION :MERCHANT,' rner of, Young and. Webb Streets,. FITZROY. EE COCKATOO. STORE, 347 BRUNSWICK S...

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RUSSIAN INTERFERENCE IN TURKISH AFFAIRS. (TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

R USSI4Nr INTE'nRFER1ENCE U( TU1h'~Sl 4i'rF4tIW. (inras,) fuasIA Ihas nt Just lifted part of'tho veil wlhoih hasn rocntly hiddern lIr iutlntlonre with respect to Turkey. She puzzled ,vowrylhody nlout for 'montlhs ago by speCkinug, it} thu Journal do St. Pccrsbour(/, ..of kho CQruqdl Vidior's 'schemes" as if she believed that' the 'Ottoman Empire was at 'last' to be ;regenerated; but we now find that this ;laudation was only a short flight, of fancy, for the Of?ocial' Gazette of "Russia'brings us back with a wrench to the old ways of Muscovite diplpomay. ,The,, article which ,we publisheod, on Saturday,'is' highly interesting andim 'portant: It' states that' the' alliance 'with: Austria and' Giriany has not made Ruissia forget her friendship for rthe.. Sclavonic, subjects, of the Porto; who. have been driven :to revolt .by '"excessive buirdens of taxation ' and oppression.' Nor isshe satisfied with the mere pledges of :T}irkey .to eaffect "substantial improvements,"',, and. to establ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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A GLADSOME FACE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

A A GLAUDSOUME FACE. "Ah I in this troubled world of ours, A' laughter mine's a' glorious treasure; . And separating thorns from flowers, To half a pain and' half a pleasrb." ' SHow me,the man, woman, or..child' who can enjoy a hearty laugh, and your bestow a pleasure' not lightly to be set, islde. I do npt mean that foolish kindd of grinning, which lis the result of an attempt:to appear perpetually pleased,! and, which carries, with: it neither' reason or sense, but, I say, let laughter' be of that naturally joyous character which springs .from.the innocence with in, and exhibits a desire on the-part of the individual to be agreeable, on goodd terms, an'd'atl pence with all the world. So9m-,9p1 oe tothlrouglh lfe as though 9bLe p1casj4l d to eho, aught thereof were asign of inbred evil.;l they groaun and grumble and are always among thlie fault' fln'dors-q-iud "foN' whait? "''beiu se they began amiss, they started in theO .wrong. track, and .persevered with anu energy worthy .of. a...

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CHAPTER XXXII. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

,OHAPTER 'XXXII. ' *,pekhs.4o Qhrtiaa pend to us ab doubtless to you also, dear reader, to feel, extrmely 'fizzled and, etmb' rassed l y? flitirih ,address of' segphline strangerjwho, meeting us on the Qdeen'O highwiy,"it'inif beoran tih ecrowded street of some thronged city, has taken our unresistig lhan~d,'called us by namd, and expressed extraordinary pleasurb at the 'udip'e'ted e'i d intri. It iB 'awkward ihi'such' a' case to acknowledg the full oxtent of0our'obliviodisness, s we look"helplessly into the sti'anger' face, anid in staiimbmering out our regr that for 'the moment we are taken b surprise, we note a glance of the, eyo or a curl of the lip, , which, with .the tone of the'speaker's voice, +plunges ub at once into a mob of confused 'recollec 'tions, which 'toss us' abotit 'helplessly till our old' fri'ihd or acquaintance takeo pity on our wretched state of bewildor ment, and by a siigle word set's hiielf right with us, and ourselves, at easq with him.n He is an old frien...

Publication Title: Mercury
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CAUSATION OF EPIDEMICS; AND IMMUNITY FROM SECONDARY ATTACKS OF CERTAIN OF THEM. (No. 5) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

CA USA TION .OF .EPIDEMICS; SAND IMMUNITYi FROM SBEONDARY ;ATTACKS OF CERTAIN OF THEMi; A prdcis of the Eustonian didactic car toons: now exhibited by Mr. 'Collins, Collingwood. .Arcade, -and at the, Mercury- ofice;, .demonqtrative of God nature's teachilng il'health and disease of soul and body. -. " Behold the whirlwind of the Lord gooth forth with fury; ,a,.continuing, whirlwind: it shall fall with.pain upon the head." "Lol it gogth by.me, I seee it not.",, ;,, Acute,' rapidly" : developed,' 'nortal maladies, brought' down. to our 'very doors from the other ends of thb, earth, ,were most appropriately denominated "epidemical ' by Hippocrates, in'" con tradistinction from "'endemical " and "chronic :diseases, which last' beco6ine acclimatized ,in particularly congenial localities; whereas the former speedily' depopilates certaih doomined' latitudes '(broadly deflned), :ate' bit occasional visiitations; ,exotic pests, s*oilom ,or ,never',.existing i long , in .unfavorable; frigidi ...

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JIKASHIRE, MONDAY, JAN. 24TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

JIKASHIRE, MONDAY, JAN. 24TH. An adjourned meeting of this Council was hold on the above date. Present-The President, and Cr. Bastings, Plant, Cooper, Dennis, Webster, Clinch, Emnory, and O'Keefe. The "probable receipts iand 'expenditure for the financial year ending 30th Septem bor, 1876, having been carefully considered, Cr. Bastings moved-" That application be made to the, Commercial bank for an over draft to the extent of £6000." Seconded by Cr. Plant' and carried. The Inspector of Works" brought itp a report on the state of the main roads within the shire. It recommended that 2200 cubic yards of 2& inch metal be provided for the roads in the Northcote Riding, 2000 cubic yards for the Gowervillo Riding, and 500 cubic yards for the Preston Riding. This report gave rise to a lengthy dis cussion. Cr. O'Keeffo" stated that 2000 yards of metal would be utterly insufficient for the Goworvillo Riding. It would require 1200 yards to patch section No. 1. He hoped that the Preston...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD, WEDNESDAY, 26TH JANUARY, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 29 January 1876

COUNCILS. * CITY OF COLLINGWOOD, WEDNESDAY, 26Tr JANUARY, 1876. There were preseni 'at the meeting of the 'above Codntiil-The Mayor (Cr. Morgan), in the chair, Ors. Peters, Dehnert, Kidney,L Wright, Walker, Holland, and Smith. CORRESPONDENOC. .From the Mayorn of Melbourne, drawing attention to a deputation which it' is re solved shall wait upon the Commissioner of Public Works, to take into considera tion the advisability of purchasing the waterworks; :also, the watering of the streets. The Mayor and Counoillors agreed t6,take part in the deputation;. a reply to, that effect was ordered to be forwarded to the Mayor of Melbourne... A communication' from the Superioress, of the Convent of the Good Shepherd pro tested, against the rating of this institu tion, as it was a public and charitable, one. Referred to Rate and Finance Committee. The Health Officer' rported "'isitl?g"a; right-of-way at the rear of Hoddle street,; off Bloomburg street, and 'finding it in a bad. state,, and thoug...

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