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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.I: T0 THlE DITOR Or TIE ¥ITZELOY CITY _nkm. Sin,--It'ia very dilicult,'nnd an lunplea. sanot task to orgoue with Voter, for the reason that ho colmogo as often as a weathercock; and resorts to the most canning devices'to workhth poitwldtitl hs, hoas most lgnally Inilcdindoilg.. Findling hlself ,nonle to inioto tho, position ho has taken op; he wriggln ahont inking raodomt shots wrth S rent opp that he inay by a loIky eantagoistit, wlito he lha loing. io very cfioniogly mptiog to dofend ilthisargl I makes vnrioos'eaccnseatione en an they are deeplncableo. f ahibtig him. iThis I:in. Ind defyl hli to.prove tlit correspondenco to youo cod fair P arging oninxod withr g to ibase. Let any impor:$ i who hsei toIen glty of itho i conduct, hi oo ort If: fo meoa my argliiiients, aodro cnsontioas 'a'innlsoe, thnoI To slhow hii (aeconiilig hil iis creo, Voter takes oi lo totask I saw a statement oi'hlis letter vhie. It wonuhl ue bidt oiking ish as Voter Ia unado himsoe' o...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13TH. (Before Messrs. Oldfield and Lewis, [?] NEGLECTING TO WEIGHT BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

OARLTON COURT. Wyrot1\oDY, SEPr. 13Th, (fclror Morars. Oldfoldo and Lowi,, J - 3ROI.CT'ITO TO 0001011 OIIOAO. ' GOorgo Donal,; Iospoetor of Weighitf Meaaores,' for tho City'of'Melboi rno , v' Fredoriok: CIaOrltoa, baker, of Elgi-si Carlton, flr. Fiank Stcpilcn for the plinnant, Mr. Leonard for tihe dofnco. defendanf t Charilton had been finerd lo? tbat Court for a sitallor olffence, so ito donl'l,int:ptead' gnorance.' Mr. Steo then ealel ?f?sro. Coonic o \Vau'h proved te purchnaso of If of ofreat ao loffeonanot' shop oi Friday, laO Sept. loaf was o olo d iy Mrs. Ciarltoa and wol weighed, flot was afterwards woighed b:l City Iaspector. fMr. iLeonard objoctl any ovidecneo being giren 0s to tho doiicil in weigiht. Fiworo 2. w0it0h 2g6 cnost. Sato v. Wom. Cnrnrinc, baker, of I street. 'Tioe ae witnesses prov0 d tllh fencer, aso tnat thi lonIer' rcl ecd ait tde iaoot's. sop wan ,t on deficit. Tis lot tloot had Ieen iefldl before for a simil.r fenceO. Final ·LOJ. with ?lil. coats.. Sameo ...

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NOONDAY MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

/-NOt'1t> 0ND Y` 5 US INO t, "i, ' ý' !': ',.1 't+l ,Bl'' dvv.m' tifear a pel I' of queaiacoee, occsloanad by presturfon tlieaspaca, of. tliasjpurnal, I .ngoallt ilta ?te '.litr y .of lndulghg ih) a few Itauaratittjta . lIndo'a aa last thera Ihavo nun berleas corliie ee gooln ly, an lpolittlbaly,' do . onaayh [inctaed,.? l;a the{ ipfdltly l.h whllc l'thigs mova and events progran a nd ;dhyalop nowt.a.daysn, oe eaaaipalnfui tllia: dent. I saypaltnfilycvsidnt1, bI?saunath haste nad res5hwllloahl;ths raplt ly shnea Is hdally'€?cndapantt;Ithl solidiltyand ga·tar snoos., wIn+pr laglelsatjrs vrattee, It lour eoly itfe sort lru ppy";eopal exletoanh wp 1. eao cortitlnnilly ath. 3efects of nndao hboth nned wa~n of oonsaldrtlon...,tAn rty whalt na nhoucat bf thhino.t :daily evsa; d I r' NyIa to enchinanextontuhat·' hisrnslt is rendered alaiolatlyneonssary to hoop abreasti of tilo times. ar a ' , I lheroa hrd dorincadde' hanorav?whdii't.Ahel oppsalto is the anea. In Fitaron for.uiaiy ploit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

]DWAtRD CORNE01 L'SL CLEARING ,+.SALE, 'A · COle.NOEDJ:, I ":: Dui . . i t-.ll'c . f I "-.,7l ) , . ROCHESTER HOUSE Corner of _;Siith" adr ol 5ire ete, 0 0. LI O '-oI0 B, MADJELINE HOUSE, .o • remr of QeQnaenir '& Madeollnin St,: OAR.LTON:" R Bead the Special Price List Just issued And make your purchaleos early. 205 BOURKE STRIIEET EAST,' ENGLISH ALE. BASS' "No. 4, . IN SPLENDID CONDITION,' rATIoI WAiL 'If TEL 1 itAsw . 1.I. STIRET. St' ARKl, rmnd Drinkers admit thlt lnr L i rinno n'asi870, aoobtained at' the Na' ;. in t; lmol a Ifoti is I no alie. ' . , randies,`slo; Wlskia WlVines, a nil ?mn, ar e ,ll taken out of fond ly thie proprltorof ` F'THE NATTONAL HOTEL. . ' ;One noAllooek's leat Tables. Single'"Bttles at Wholesale Prices. 0:,':'": 'o. rPOrro, Pnornari'en. This Great Housohold Medicino ranks amongst the leading neces saries of Life. These famnone Pills purify the BLOOD, and act mest powcrfully, yet soothingly on the LIVER, STOMAOH, KIDNEYS, anod IIOiWEL?, giving ?...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

OIPJGINAI CORIitSi'ONDENrCF TO Tilt EDITOR OF TilE FITZIOY CITY IiT ii. Stli,-It is'-ery difficult, aid asl ?nple salt task to argue with 'oter, for the renson that he changes as often nas ; weathercock, anl resorts to the mlost cillng devices to work his poinit, whli lie hlas mollost sihgallyt faileil-iiildoing. Finllng himself' ushble to mainitainl the poition hlo has taken l up, he wriggles about making ralndomn sots wit the apparent hope that he, may bhyn luck\" one disar?n his .nitigoinist, which he has likewise failcl in doligs lie very cenoongly refrains'froia nttciptieg to defend his arga mentsi , but instead makles varios accusations whichlnre as "fallf as they ire despicable. lie accuse? mle df'aleushig hiil. This I in diganotlyo deny, slid defy liisi to' piose that iiy'lp't bf siay'correspodlsletlcc'o you con tained aniy:hlt fair arguing nnliseCd wlitlh anithing tesdidnig to alLse. Let acay ilpar tint pe-son jidge.v who mls ?hcci gilty-of the miorhe dolihonol! on?lduelt, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

IIOLLO-tVA : OI\NTE\T. A'ýUitt it -T1iot iofmoitic ofUrt Iatour rol:auoi nIecesitat pdisease., Intpurity of the blood, foaotiooal diiotoibuceu o ldoooc-lioii ' roositily g iro .ri-e to deipoiicuoy, debility, or diitemioperr. In the abovrc moild reimedieo the onoen uii ty cntiaialdo have, at, antittle ost,, the sc-fe ,ant certaiii ianos of pereventing orcetectiing antd oiriing both outwarnd ailumentt and in arid iiahilies .[Aiev m],', The war in Egypt appears to he exciting the attention of nearly all the word auni. Anarbi Pacln e scrn,l dctcnlii .to gio :iv al! .tic ti.ahl he poaillv can. Sir liarnot \Volsley is hurrylng all his available, forces to the front, and what with t:ei heat of the sun and long niarcheo oar pi- n soldiotr are gre-tly to ho.pitied. It doue ubt,: ihowevcr, seem to be thchi;gygtiao sol .era that they have to guard against so Inu,: h, a. tle heat of the suu, from the iLfects of }hich a grcat 4anyaylailysueccunb, l ,jt even this dan ,wheaireritnott th fat that i...

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THE STAGE. HUDSON'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

THE STAGE.. iIl'uOs0 TrIIJaOTIF.- i The Nightingale Mliastrels uand Variety Troole coiimmni cei the first of their series of popular pedple's cohtarton Saturday night; anod, if a crowdedl hall is any crtrtion, thei verture appears to' be ? ?oeeslil one, als with the exception of the gallery, there was only itaullding roomu. A really first-class progrnamme was gone through, and comprised songs in which Mlessrs. G. \\illiamson; . A Noruihii, W. Neilson, G. Joiles, :'(hGibons, anid G. anl D. Gardner took part. Inlpfli Ilissell, the comiqloe, was very successful, and MIiss EIleanor Bagley gave oome dances in al iei:graceful maannr. A co.e ic sketch "The hongr' Othello," liy WVilliamson and Grilly, evoked roars of laughter,: while thd clog danlcing of W\ Swansito waas repeatedly »i?corid. Th''le piimoforte acceoipanist, Mr. Owen Coiodidt, dlaervcs arn cspeill rwoil of praise. The farce "]Ie world Ie an actor," in wlich lMe?srs. Gibbous, I). and J. Garducr took part, bronight a very good ...

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THURSDAY, SEPT. 14TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Showers, Peters, and M'Lean, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

TitsI?oAst, Sort. lI-T". (.lfore the Mayor, and Mlesrs. Showie?, Pettrs, and I'Lean.en..s.P.) .Tatnes hltmail t nd alR"achl' O',cil were chargt-l with beig drunk and disolrderly. The former was discharged, the latter si-ns remanded for 7 days. William t.ackson'i"as brought up chirged with having no lawful visible means of sup port. Dr. I Tweedale deposed that the pri soner ws insenne md iiot fii to' c ?e at" large; Dr. Shields had given a certificate to ihe alme sefect. The bench ordered the prisoner to be sent to the Yarrna Bend Asylum for the insane. Thomas Battle was placed in the donk charged with having criminally assaulted a girl inamed Ellen Turnbull. On the applica tino of the police the risoner was remanded for 7 diays. .tSTER AND- .PIPIRf.1TICt'E. A plumber named Tippet atumoned one of hi apprenticces for refusing to obey onlers. Mtr. Lyons appeared for tthe defence. Tlhe bench dismissesd the complaint, an I told the lad that h? e .was boundl to obey all lawful conluands g...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, SEPT. 12TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden, Eade and Barnett, J's.P.) ASSAULTING THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

COLLIN(s\VOOD COURtT. TIIsLI1 SEItr. IB . (Before 31r. Alley; P131:, and Mlessrs: Mars den, Eadoad: Banedtt,,.1t.l'.) Mlichael Ceavanagh, illiam Pe'rry and Edwin [eddy, who are charged with having oil the morlting -f tie :lrd illst. brutally assaultie naoaltaiblea Nalan atl I:lliott" in tie execution of their duty, wero brought up on remand. In applying for a further renltld, Sergeant Fenton handed to the lBench a medical certiticate showing that Constable Nolan was too ill to appear. 'The serecant mentioned that Constable Elliot leed to leave offdaty and go into the Ios-, pital. The Bench remalndcl the prisoneer for eeven days, and accepted bail in two nureties of £30 each for.iachr ?ristner. IssesnrlN HliEH.alfr l Syoung man namid Hlenry DockCer?y was eharged with insulting ibhaviour in a publie place. Tloecvidence was conclusive. Fined 40s., or iii dbfault'sreen days imprisonient James Halliday, was chargedl with a.simi lar offence. lie was lined 40s. with the alternative of 14 d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

MARRIAGE. WILCOX-NORTHMORE.-On the 4th Sept.   at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. N. Kinsman, Samuel Charles, son of the late John Wilcox, of Bermond- sey, England, and nephew of Josiah Pleasants, of Fitzroy, to Laura Ann,   youngest daughter of George Northmore, of Fitzroy.              

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

MARRIAGE. WILCOX-NORTHMORE.-On the 4th Sept.,     at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. N. Kinsman, Samuel Charles son of the late John Wilcox, of Bermond- sey, England, and nephew of Josiah           Pleasants, of Fitzroy, to Laura Ann, youngest daughter of George Northmore, of Fitzroy.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

0 SZOIAL COLUMN. C . . - 0 R( I I O'K, C IN OERTRUD 8TREET, i .(Orroenr, CA!R.ONl Cirn IlrL.) ,) Orntenien'e Clothe, Clteanl; Predim], and " Relptroel at tho shortest notico.- - ircrdeoorlptlon of, Tailoring executel wIth uicepoto),li , . ' - (' I A- R" I,'E S F U ,L "L E , S`j'."^ '. UILDEIR ' t r' TUCKPOINT1ER, ,? SIiRUiSWIOK' & FREMIANSBTHREETS S !' ' , ' NORTIIH FITZROY." y,... o ritiriat glre or .enGerRl Re. i ,. , r Fire'oiork'TIle 'lying; &oe . OSEPII t ,LLI8S. 0 1O 8 S" . Ii, FLINDEIIS LANE EAST, O A'L V A N 1 8-E D ..I L ITN 1t. l' AeND oCol OTrO , y . AT IlRDUCOND ILAIE",' Caostanl aolvlaniel Spoutin " ,Ftlre of, Every '.Doerlptroo..,.; of Wlter, f(IoeLh ell, and Speohing" Tobe. American Pumps, Urhals, GnIt, Oalvonlee o, l d:.Enamelled Stlke- ,l'hiomle?e'eo S: araslwork 3p ly Inda r.bber.L: , ,'IrT+.·; ;?'. K4";,N·: T '0 N :I- i;. FAMILY iROCIIt I " n : And ' , ; :'" SR'0'VI8 I ON " D gA LER, e .:,.1 .:. ". , ;Comerof : , L ," ' GEORGE , r ,-)1E,]I STREET. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

1IOI.I.IIVAYIR OINTMENST %\I) Piusl.--191el infiirmitiies f oulr Ilato: almost ulccessihlt disease. Impurity of the blood, fnuctionnl Iliiturlannecu and oosu living~ coo tnlltly give rise to despo1 dent , debility, ordistempers. Jo tho 0000 o- od reio', tlo, ocoooooit1 oa uliod 1do have, at 1 tittle cost, th1e anto word cclltai menus of preventing or cdecking and curing bIothl outward nilmcutu anld in ward manladies,-[Atn-T.1 'oile r I0 n Egypt appears to .boy.dciting thonttoention of early'all' the Wordl nor Aarbi Paelha ecoes dct:trmirod to'give anil the trouble In posoilrb, 0a0.- Siyi (Iarnet Wolslo is hurrying all his noailnabl forces - to the troat, and what with tio heatofthe th urn and long marcllhs olr por it ol ieor arc greatly to Ilo pitied. It does ot,imroweveoro, seemr to tbe the Egyptialo aoldlirs'thant they htvo to goard against 0Io lortcou an thi leot of the rot, fromr tihe eictaoof whrich a great mrany dniy i llyccrllllb. ]?ilt e00e0. tihi il.ll get, great as it in, ...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XIV. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

3f tNA'SCUlRS. nae er,'XIV, (Continued). "Notntr," Met. Lloyd anewowe, bitterly I c"tle l her Iijbrie ween ameiwct long beaore. Anlcnucmlie that I do Juld t coll. jit how b Inot ills delath. Ahk Law. ellyn St. Clare all' I illlanke not, he can tell iu nmee than I ean I" Agaln vha waa lavilng Ihbi, when SI Rld. mundll bent orwlld adl ?ughtl her by the 'i, tet os ? mre leeliunc, sln I hlave done. SIanot l?Me the BIlIe I sek ?" She ihool nilbhi hold with nn Inpatllient iestat?. " ill I not tell ye, long since, that Illinle Isa no Iuror I' Blerlri he eould urrge ile inaullr, or cmn] nalstreal with ler, liea bula goll it .;d lmhe eeplexal hrercr renauuced all hope uo wil. ales the trolth lrol her lip. An ho nndell hsla wn slowly lach to Llyaeaor, anxliol to Ili'e s?sistaile to thice who l oa lcthor harNel,, t el, from lill lgtaliliae ol thle Iality, nlit lowling how to Ito o, hie ml witl, Ltowerllyn. The yoallng .l oit Llyiioaawr wa ll, eKlu el nlgi to bie tonl oret with toe hroavet her....

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A NEW INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

" "A'WV I ND USThY. A vey interesting aond instrnlctlve exhihi. tips.. took o laedion-.Tuesday at thoTyno Oilt Glass Works, Flints.strot, 'thep'bo perty of M'ocs : 'Cltitie Shlowers and o. who arc reshldta ofFitzroy. ,Some twoety gectienocit acte ilvited to witiossathe start. tog of a noow portion of' their hninastrr, v. '"I'rcsed goodsA.".'.'t aoit;2.0 p.m the opertiontlwoohs'begn, a de t etolrit- stomped, or pressed; sugar Iasin ver,tarnred ont-in. Victoriar, or, wio bolivoe ,i th?eolonoies.nwo literally tunrcd not of theo p~cs for i?nspcc tiont nod approdv.i After wa nniohg the pro. rces'fo~reOoo tilne the tlistto?i'.rcro kiodly shown over the works by Mr. Choe. Showors, who expMil?etl?r L A . gIJ fir ii't,,i thrn toe' art of ,nkhing thie common glass bottle to. the hcantifal ,work of ;arninog ot, dclleate frnit htnuils, snl'eers'hc.', ot ol whichh work wra?e titgiproccrdtl with at. the ''time.', An djotninmeot'idts iftcrwncds maoe to a sido room wlior sotie refrishontwrore suppl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

Sýý/ ECLOTIINls sr'tYI7 ' liT 'Iii 1, iAllDiiS OP AUSTRALIA; ' GEELONG 7, SUIT~ TO 0gibft 4ý.31 t4J~INCt NEW IJ1lANCIE, 238 SMT11*tW61 I O 6i.i$' jb.t O mamlloCuatfw Painc, ntemlJoimsing the )toIut qiL a onoo Oaampney( QTHE PUBLIO.-Owimgto tihe g ien Pt a foreti 1w nlltl great ntll-altri ailed oecens wd amýo metHwnthl htas nit nretl t gt jnsny to stilt foether llctroea t, t rpe Ityoi X in"imy aing N$III A'NOI0t C AT 228 S3U1TIt STL1tIEl', CO} yfl' lj1O D t4oIe hrs8 ICf~o rktano7 I so doing wen feel cob liiolmtji&ro, aremfi ipateig tim wms of one nmao jiý ii ood antd Fitzroy ouatonsoro, fnotammiitdtim rit 1itia tPa entltimoitdlla ntb i nnerat apport in tIe future titathtiileImi to1hnotrluut)oiimtiytieontomi ti uo inn theu post. ': n We are netting SINCiSSE (I 1tiENTs' at W1IIOLESALII' PRICES, ant; owing to tih literal patronagu bestowed opbta OIa· bya Dinornatig Pebina we are doingby far tihe ALamimeut.fienlle Teindn the ouatisernt HIemmnoplisem r I Cwould njaoiy draw the n t...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, SEPT. 16th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

S ATURDAY;' SPr 0;oth 1lss.88" °' Out roemarka astv week, ol :ini way conmunication lh.void ukt6d, sonio istir, and a?aoe'led. to, svsal oxplanations atal' falot niforonatiit "Wot wcrol, "Tih Whittlesen lino is to start. from Brunawick, th, outeor circle has. bon adolated and a lielt drawn almost out side of Fitzroy which .will almost.offcc tually . prevent us over having any rilny comlnicto'Mo Ifrther )tlueol our rcprescp ttlvoIv for not pro toeting ogninst thu lterotioem. V" woro writig from tlto particulars nip plicd lty tho dlily preoasgand foill into onil error ns to tile starting point of thio Whiittliaa line. From thi reports of thli debato it appeared that thelolifton H ill a ld Royal Park line had boon shifted turthcr nortll, andl tho strting point of thlo Whittlesca linu tramsferred to Urrtinswiok. Of courso had suchl bcol tlh'o'cr , as tho r1eports nadtlo Itnppcro odir rI.marks woro decideldly justified. W6i 'otlidlbwo6r;:thlil owing to tle hoatcd .dicpussion in tile Ious...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

i: SiZTrIL- cOL?i . C. s, CO-R IfICK; 15. GERTRUDE STREET, (Orermn CALTOrs CLUn HoTn.) • Gentlemen'i Clothes Cleaned, Pre?d, ansd Repaired at the shortest notice. Every description of.Tailoring executed. S ith despatch. C HA I L'ES.F ULLE R ! UILIlER, TCCKPOINTER, &e., :Corner of BRUNSWICK : FREIEMAN STREETS, NORTH ,FITZROY.,..... , latinatcs given for Geeral Repairs. FiP lork, Tile laying, & . AT JORIEPH F LIIS .& CO'S. .i, FLINDElRS LANE EAST, GALVANISED IRON, I'LUix A,,n Cont:n.Arr. - AT REDUCED JRATES, Cost and Galvanised Spouting. Fittings of very E )rinptos. R-nter, (has, Bell, send Speaking Tal·e American Pumpr, Uranal t,Ct. alvani and Enamellet Sinks, Pmlmber'a' Braswork, 3-ply India-ruther osn, Cc. S FE. N T O N, . FAMILY GROCER And 1'pROVISION DEALER, Corner of GEORGE &t EB STREETS. Constant Stipplies of Fresh Bntter and Eggs. ILa%, B.tur., and CeP.ESe of t'rimest Quality. Oilmcn's Storr in Every Variety. A Fine Srlectioa of Puoe Ceylon, Ind...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XIV. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

OU, STORY?'TELLER." ' MONA'S .CURSF. CnArrE XIV. (Continlod). "Not one," Mrs. Lloyd answrcral, itterly; "eslec ad her injuries Iteu" arenged long before. Ano tneember that I do loot'con jecture how . e met his death. Aak Lew ellyn St. Clare; an' I mistake not, he can: tell yon more than I can I" Again the wn leavlng him,.whcen Sir Fd. sound bhent forwarnd and caught her by the "Yet one more questmon, and I have dori.' Is not Mona the Rosine I seek I" She shook off his hold with an impatient gesture. "Did I not tell ye, long riner, that Rosine is no more!" lefore he could urge his inquiry, or rem onstrate with her, she had gone in: and her perplxeod heorer renounced all hope of win. ning the truth fromn her lips. As he wendnl his way slowly lack to I.lvnawr, anxious to gire aaettane to those who sougoht for Nett, yet. fraom Lis igo?ranee of the locality, not knowing how to do so, lie met with I.rwellyn The young Lord of Llynrvwr was hegin ning? to Ir toourtrel with the grnvest foIre ...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

:,;! . ..FANCY DRESS BI?LL.ed :," : i OhMilondiy'? evening last'thlipupilsiof the Misses lyalms andLevy's dancing clas as- (B semibled in tie M.U.I.O.O.F.. Hall, Swanston ;retmt and 'ound up tcll season by tendering to theirt iiistIiotrcs;I, Who' are by the by esideti iof .Kisg Williain-street, Fitih;a a rancy:drless blall a token of appreciation of A their merits.i The iall was opened at about A half-past eight, but long before this the hall ,egan; to 'assumei na moat gay and animtated nppearae,.osvitng to.tlle constanlt airivahlof : a ite daVners dresele in'eostumies ofevery ci doineeivablde description-. The Duke of. R o- c ehesterwalking ann in arm witi a lady who I had taken the character of Jamn;.an Greek princesswith a brigand ;.a poliecnmaniwith l Imsohranger;.and nmany:other equally anus: ing contrasts afforded.a source of great:eri-' Si joymnleitn those: whlo:had arrived before- bi hiond; :Everything being at length ill' rmeadlt nels, Zeplin's quhlrille baed,.whiri, was il...

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