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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

F, - ON -nOOI ~ ? HIEIR LHTORY . a. . INFLDENCE. -----el (Br i. C3Mlfst.Eon a LloaBRARI, FraZoar PUnLIq LtRuar. (9n itned Iromn our lst.) There are somtclriouso fscts sith regard to apidity, andi slowieo, of copfosition. WilliniaBeckcfoid.l wrodxate ii 'Vatlek"l an Arabian tale, in the Fraes Iolgangae, at ona ittilng of three days amnd two nightslhard labour. He says, "I'nver'took:off'mny lotlhesi thewhble time, and'tlld %eirdappli dtiotx "mrnade melo 'er" ill"' " k?fdeida born at Fonthill,Al'iltshire, England, 17590, his father being twice LordlMayot'of Losidn ind oneof thelricheitmeii iP tlie cofntry. Sad tl o say,the fatiler die;l'i en It'idgiti was botlIO.srsa f age.'Imi trxisoirt oi4.yxtOos Ikforhfd'a traionas" s,. soperilteitolcd tl his mothber anid araous tutio? with a whoiu a e travellcd throagh sevcr;il. foreilg codsitrios, returlning to Isa native ;lod ihn LTSl n 21t years old, tlb . wealthiest nonhsioner,i, EI.g land, thle sole possesor of Fonthill, thoe manu sion his fat...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Robb and Marsden, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 16 September 1882

T hP OLIEU INTEULTlGENC l iWZOq oounRT, t 1tc.tt1x] Screenontc Ile. i (BefCre .Ir. Alcy; P.MI., nld 71eases. lRobb and JlMaden, .s.P.) RICOtK ANiD UISSOI:I'CtLY. Thomas Ryan, Samuel Turner, and Haroid IRoLinson were secverally charged with the aliore bhlIudc!d TIty r?hl7 jrciled guilty. alnl eire dach'tfined Ie. witt, the option ofe4 hours incarceration. S ' i CULTI'"iELtfttVIOtIIt. r' CA young matsof thl luriiin type; iamod Charles nlobart ?a? presintfcd fr iniulting behaviour in a public place. Constable Wnstcott gavCe .oncln~ive evidence. Filned £10, orintdefaslt tric ilon'lil imprison. Alfred Penfold, a lad .of bout 17 years of age, was charged with stealing a tmeerschaum pipe. a pair of scisore., a razor, ond about £2 i t eoney, ftoan theselho, oC hia employer, MIr. 'T:c 'Mohton, htit lieslcr aln tolmcco nist. The prisoner pleaded guilty, and said he did not know what made him conmmit the ofhince. M1r. \I'Mahon stattc that the pri nomer.lad-tcn in his employmaent for over nrit ...

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

SOCIALS. iThe E1 hibitioli Lodge of the (:ralid United Order of Oddfellows celebrated their second annisrerss by na social cntertaiment il thie Fitroy ToIm-n Hatll' oh Friday, 'eptemlilr SLh; when altogell the encuisng was unfavor able fllll 1.50 cou'pls were present, who tholrooghly cajoyed a good nlinght's atuntih ilnst. Tile lodge as tile inae iundlicates isof,' comparatively recent formation," and it is satisfictory to state, in a very favorable conditioi bsth iiumbleriealv and fintancially. It conoitios aitlog itt ilicisllcrs many.of our influential citizens, to. whom the lodge is greatly indebted for the valuable Asistance they?a:ve, enrenerl:. Sot?g wvere .'iven at intcrval y r oss l?strs. o anld Ilndy, nd lisses Stewart mid Ferguson, the former young lly ?nioi n " alll~ e for lo excel leit reissitioi..of I?'lappy Dreianlld,"' re opouimi' by reisathig. the last vcise. Mr! Iaoddy, wtos onn aprerioua occasion gave the "..]bgey htie e with sEuch great oleess, freatsi, the riadic...

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

NOONITA LM-TJ'sINCS After' a period .of quiesceneee,6ecasiond by piessure on the space of this journal, I naoain hoae the: ilierty otihldnigin in afear lulubirations.r :,Since :my last. there have numberless changes,- socially amnd politically,' son' many .indeedc that ther-iapnlity withl whieh things move and:events pgreasa s rd devqlop no0w-a-days, Ihpeomes painfully di dent. ''I say painfully evident, l?railse the hasto and rush which this rapidity shows, is hardlyconsenailt ith solidity and perma nence. .In pot legislttivo matters, in our isib-ih'lifeoond'iit hnpisoeialsnxisteoe,nisn see oiitinuoally:the l'edtiO:6f4inndue haste iand want of consideration. And yet what' n ceiibiint df time is ailly'waste' l"' Wastedtd to such an extent that this rush is rendered absolutely necsisary to ke~'p abreast of the T.rherij rnT o oiaeer lioseer erwliae thel opposite is the dis. In'Fitzrb?-, 'fo?:ce-a pie,-the question of the. advisability of Ildat ing a loan 'cheine, bhdeldii 'lying ovoa ...

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

CAr l TON COUUT.. WEINESDCAYi, SE PT. 13T1I. (Pefore Messrs. Oldiehld and Lewis, Js.?.) NEf;LF.C:TNI\ TO E1I:Gi;H DBREL . George Donahl, Inspector of Weights ntid' Measures, for the City of AIelbhorne, versus Frederick Charlton. tiker, of E!gio-street Carlton, Mr. Frank Stephen for the com plinanot, Ir. Leonard for the defence: The dlefedant Charlton had been filned before at that Court for a similar oflence, so that he dd.ld not "plt iooro'ee.--Mr.'!Stepneo then callud JMSrs.? Cook and .V'augh Who proved the purchlse of a loaf of brenalat the defendant s hop on Friday, 1st Sept. The loaf -:13 soldl 1y Mrs. Charlton not wLas not weighed, but was afterwards weighed by the City Inspector.- Mr. Leonalr objected to ny evidence Ioin l given as to the deficiency in weightt. Finae lis. with 'ijs. costs. Same v. W\m. Cartrine, baker, of Neil= street. The rmcr e witnesses proved theof fence, al.o that the loao purchasedl at difen dants'ishoias lo:1 z doelicint. Trhis defeti daut had been lil...

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

The. members of . th ,s -itzrby Alberts criikctoclUb' ars'reiu'?csed ts mc'et for prne tico to-diay (Satorday). io the l.icseshond Paddoclk. The St. P'hillip Cricket Club held their annual meeting on Monday last. Tho secre tsi?'a report andl Ialaneci osheet siere read it adolupted.. Mucnh re-:iaet -o sxpressedlat the rcsignatioi of MIr. .Hlardy oc sereta-oy, irho had ldl tlihe poot for the ,is-t 10 years. The clulb' rsolhol- to enter forcFArm?nllold cp.t Electiois were s follioirt:- Patrons : ;1tessrs. Ssnotidine: and IH. \Walker.i l'esi-' dent: ie. o JT. ' Caton. ":Vice-pre-idents : isaDirs.' Iteddio, J. loeath sen., ild J. Symon sen. The election of captain,i vieo.captain, adil secreOtary were postponed ritil a furthei mietio?t , Mr. G. Heathi-jun., was elected cp delegate ; Messrs. G. Iecatht jui., J. Ha-dy, nail G. Trice were clectced gbieial and iath satlcommittee. - i * Thd hoaiml gnerc--l ssoetig~sof the Fitzroy Cricket Clilb was lvid at thie pasilion oil Ith Sept., J. Holdei...

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

A \1:W INDUSTRY A very intcrrsting and instructive exhibi tios took: tohls : t ITrTuesday at the Tyle Fliat'ilas 1\Voirk, Flildicrs-street, the pro: pertc of r3leots. Ch.rlos Shof'werisiol Co.. who ar rcesidnfso of Fitzroy.' Soniectwrntol gentlemen wer'e invited to witness tlie'start ing of a nose liortion of tlheir indlstry=, viz. " I'rescd lools." ' 'At soaut 2.30 U p.. tlie operation was begun, ad tihe first stlamnped, or pressed, sugar basisi cve'turised out ill. Victoria, o:, e eliecrve. in the colonies wags literasly trnoed s tt of the press for iuspe, tio alnd approval. After watching the pro cess for somne time, the visitors were kindly; shown over the works by 31r. Chas. Showeris, ewho exllainocl everything in tu fr,fro?i the art of lnkillg tIle coslloson lass bottles to tho Iseaitiful work of turnlng out delicatfe fruit stands, salveru &c., al of which work" was boeingproceededl with at the timae. At adljourment ri:as afterwards matde to a sido rosts hrleOsureo1 re...

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

OPENGN NEW BN ANIICH, 238 ;Si1 B ST. REDUCED PRICES!!! WIItESIEE CLOTHING COY., PIREMIER It AILORS OF AUSTRAIJA.' GE {ELONG TWEED CTROUSERS FORMLER PRICE, 12s. hi. REDUCED TO 10s:. D. SUITS TO ORDER, 42s.:jd. OPENING I-EW ? .RANCII, 235 SMITHI STREET, COLLIN iWOOD. Opposite Coffee lalace, and adjoining the Monte de icte Loan and Discount Company. TO THE PUBLIC.-Owing to the generous support received from the public, and the great andl uirisalled success we have ict with, has induced the Cnomp:ny to still further increase their 6nterprise by opening a NEW ;RiANCHEO AT 238 SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD, opposite the Collie Palace. In so dohig we feel counident we are anticipating the wands of our nmnny Celliniroeod and Fitzroy customn?rs, from whom we hope to receive the same lii:eral support in the future that the public'have l:kindly lb:eitowed upon us in the past. We are selling SICNLE CGARMENTS at WHOLESALE PRICES, and owing to the liitrnl latso:nage bestowed upon us by a Discej ning ...

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

EDWARD CORNETI'S GREAT WINTER. CLEARING SALE, HAS COMMIENCED ROCHESTER HOUSE Corner of Smith and reel Streets, COLLINGWOOD, Also at MADELINE HOUSE, L-- - Corner of Queersber & MIadeline St.,. CARLTON. Roead the Special Price List just issued And make your purclmascs early. 205 BOURKE S'rTEET EAST. ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S No. 4, IN SPLENDID CONDITION, ON DntuCttt AT TilE NATIONAL HOTEL, BRUNSWICK STREET. D ARK Brandy Drinkers admit that Bar riu~sm's Ib?0, as obltained at the Na tional Hotel, is nmquallet. lBroaics, Whiskies, Wines, and Ilum. are all taken out of lu]td by the proprietor of THIE NATIONAL HOTEL EILLIARIO : One of Aleoek's Best Tables. Single Bottles at Wholesale Prices. G. POTTER, Plm,enarorn This Great Household Medicine ranks amongst the leading neces saries of Life. These famous Pills purify the BLOOD, and act most powerfully, yet soothingly on the LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNEYS, and BOWELS, giving tone, energy, and vigour to theIe great 3AINSPR1INGS OF LIFE. They are c...

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

, ?'I SATURDAY, SEiPT. Glth, 1882. Oun] remarks last weak ani ailwdi communication ha.caueliu;s somie stir, and lhave ledjto siesal explai]n ons nd fuller information. We wi rota "The WVl ittlesea line is to stakti frdom Brtiiiswick, thdeouter' circle has beeit adopted id a belt (T'rawn 'finbost oit sido bf Fitiroy-wlhiclih ill ahlnosteflc tuilly prceit ut eerua inau ni aili'ay sonianic taion.a \ o further a' lamed o'~ represeitati?vcs for not pro- ri testing against tli alttiratioils.' We b ere'writiiie f?iom the particullars sup- si plied by the daily press,' and fell into I an error as to the startinig point of the a Whittlesea line. Froni the reports of I the debate it appeahred thattile Clifton r Hill and Royal Park line had been li shifted further north, and the starting F poiritol the Whittlesea line transferred. to Brunswick. Of course had suich lieei the cnas, as the ,reports m iade it appear, ,our, remarks werel decidcdly justified. t We filnd, ho owevei, that ow4ing to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

is .t :S U' ol~~,;,, ;iOOT OG\OA1I SiOFtdiiAfiRRE f lnt.ltoinorcm too: l -'107 (JIRTIiUIll) ISTIOST.." I:: Two doors froinnnren:niwntc' AinoontOrbn iio In,: aij' (lest' nod Children's oots k'llSoeo ^ ''"Oin'too'br JIsdo to Order. "1 "'I'" a `elwras ncritly~nnioltly ooma ptiy"thleci. : i : I'., f II":i :Ltie" tibl;?d n' .-.it ,h i'll tlU.ioCi ITICAL Ciii tIiSfT, ',At'I iIdhiniiosick.Streft, "' " 'f 11AS R1IihOVEIt) ! Totthon'iolt',ebn~~lhiirOiYfoic0i00'5niee t.It.J . 'lT OIOSITK , ,, ! t N'ext tin Cokol,,ot Victoria., ,!..,f FAiUILY iil.TCIIIi,. (Loto oeith'WVo'Aloooider, (frtmitlo-titect,) .Corner of 'i~·" 9ooAP0iitoo LITTLI CItari IrhS Fitzroy, *{D lNichnolsonlletot) '',nm'n " (Foir ot,61n:nmrapcr, 'Indie lo ClNo ldron's I mnpnlnlotfllnor )inyinen; Cos. t-inno a,.s'nsums; ho, &oo Coon~ Toonton, Tboicooroioo Cca or. OneoToial will nolilco. !Dilo:SSA KIria " !A' "i) MFiriLNFiti' hlono on tin I'reonlocs'owittli ispnth lap G S. C O R nriIihu C K; 1.- Di ii~O1~'U 'sTiWIiT,' I. ;...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20TH. (Before Messrs. Cravon, M'Murtrio, and Lewis, Js.P.) WILFUL DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

CARLTON COUIT. WOSeNOnDAY, S rIT. 20TIl. (Ifo Meascrns. Craven, MMlllrtrnl , and Lewis, Js.P.) WILFUl, DAMAnX, Seniuy John fllalokwni wts snmmoned for wllfully dmnaagingj the properly of ;Josial Nawinan. -'r. Read for too'coonplaiinit and n ir, Daly for thle dfenoee, Tile parties are naolghbonr residing in Victoria i'ardl off 1'rnlnncas.ieti. Tih ovrldnec of half a dozen witnesses want to alhow ta tat tile i. fondant broke II flower pbts'an two lsnarea of glass, the property of the eomplaiant. Fied 10sa.witc s :lttkl. ddnlagesrannd its. r in,?TU L a O. LI.Oi o .ir . The anol delfondnnt woans sommooned for mnahine uaeoifinsllting Ilnnegn itonnrdh il Keo eimet?u, wife !f .toheouplaiiadt inll tle Isat ostes. lin ho evhlenllco hcrwe that thd defolendlot hall maden use of ngniango of a very iaoltiog nharancter. Finld °l0s. with lUs. cotfesi 'fi heofiones e o ptato, i a'loineages were pid after tioe defefndnt hod tnauicness. fully asked for tinm to pay. wsa l lluY.I)· lfenlry. Jolt Iilalk...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

ORIGINAL COiRRESPONDENCE: TO TlmlH DRo O TlH:prr0OYTCmI PR?eas. oi>-A~II m theo'Icrsoirelofrrcl to by 'Jrvaooia" in tisl day a iaoo:as havling ro. caived a fee from the Council for work dose, I[s?y.state that afncI halroo been practisiog for Imysolf I ihara hero rcspetedly naked Iby thioCouncil t kotidrtnko 'alie Court cass for it, ht ha Isvo Invoarihly refseod, and have always recomoended the late John nlwarmdl F. , for that work, and to himn it has invari. adly boon'gr ir. As that geotlemnt is now 'daul, aowl my concrtiton with the Couocil Imno cased, I faill to see whore the neces?lity arisos that I shoold still rohauo such work whn offeored to too without solicitation on my part. As to th rest of his remarks, I do sttend to reomo a canalidato at the pro por timo for the aloice of city solicitor, ant if it be that the a.ppointmcnt is to be onferred according to cdillis, would bosatiailool to risk iy olicano of success to a comparison of the rose tivo cirlaims: of myself and an...

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SOCIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

S 80O(AL. c'A c aonerl d bl all ndor' the uit lnlic of the St. Patriok's an St. (teorge's' Cathel, Socitloes, wMe hol In St. llrlld's schaool: room on Frllay thle 1lth lont., for the pturr pcae of prociring ll eoalont ollm of montoy to' reot anl orgo antil gallery lit it. Ilrlghti Ciitrcih, Nlaeliolsontreet, Northc Fitroy. n excellent progran e thad blena arrtgil, eontoining the nonce of lnnny woll.knovn airgres, onsi tills n otdolt ncasn thloaite ll of aeCetlrlg neh ita lrgo'n tteirdnco, tile plnac biteg well lilled thogllh lot over.cr noe. Tlte list it wra a planofortoe solo by Mic Dwight, oxeeatempi l ttl ltnly's nsual brli. liant style ; thl tet aong,' "Killaraey, 'lty Mr.p T. 'O'Cellglhno, wo ie rwo lnt frlliy nctoeefsfl, altrhotgh I ter on ite ang "Tlhe etoning.tof tllhe tnt" it Flirstcline style. iol fg toftho atseilce of Mita S. ntl?s dot Mr;.r . J.ltyn,? whrlaoe inaneeppolnreanext, Mr. T. Morpihy gvon a recital ion "Thle ela nptr?ln'a dtory," for rwhich lie received tie loo...

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THE SATIRIST. 'Satire should, like a polished razor, keen, wound with a touch that is scarcely felt or seen.' [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

THE BATIRIST, By Steir,;CnSun. 8Rntireshounld like aplulhod rnmr kenn,e . Wound wlth a touch that is sareely felt or seen.'". Mr. Samuel Lyons evidently has in eye to ntmhnr one, ai?a hig'eye too, ift we can"' take Iles on tatvconet.' -There Wno a pblti nieotleg:at the Ieginlnoig'of the nwok at which Samuen l ligrire laorgely. The object of the meeting was to elect candidates for' this province of the Upper Honse, nld the eonvoors of the mettog halld Mr?rs. Long aind heaeor in their eye. But hcavor did not suit Sanmol, who advlntie a littleo delny. Plenty of time, he said, and if we look round we may ficd some iore cnltblo gontlfooee wtiling to olrer hlinelf. Yonrelf," orlet soleono i from tie audince. "Oh, no," qotl Samnel, "there's no money in' It. rleor toe not f il the holly. :If I wi.nt for it, I would weant to be p aid.": And this is a real, loyal, ttoe blue Liberial; friend of people ita lmpiont of tle workingll mnl; . patriot devoted to the progress and welfare of ilthe ity ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

Olno roocra?o will no doubt' Ihave been poeaoed to learn; ere thll appears, that Sir Oarnet Woley Ihas gaineod a gloriolus victory over Arabi Pahai enl ia isinsurgents. T'bo news was rocoivccd with ji oy in Enhcs nad in tile colonioes, andi to splecd ll Bha. vioulr of the :lritah troops has-bean the tioeo of general coicinttion. The wholo cocntry isanow ilcroetu, and ordelr oncec more roigas. In our last ianoo wo referrci to nooe of. titio;difcalties moto witih lIy Sir GOraot, and ncootiouod tilat hio had oet a largo order for boots and choebo to Mr.F.., Caorpetcr, of tile Little VWondcr, Boot Maot, 172 Brltrvlckktrcot, but tile termination of tio woar ihorocndereci them i unoeceary. Sir (locot ihas telegraphedl tlt the accoanct will be dIalypaid in frll bitt tat tihe booto reei not ic f-orwanlced. As thecy thcreforo, cannot osait in tile s'aolghtcr of tihe ?gyp-. ticns, Mr. Carpenter icteods to siacugteor them. And will clispose of tchem a priooo which will atolishi e leitoc. Tihe ...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS. THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

v7 ES8AY O ZGEIs J Y .t' .ff :l,-.1'r --:Z L O-1'- :1 UO (Bi Il. C. riLtn,-neLtnnanravN, FITZROY Pon?Lo LInt op.. (Conoinued from our last.) ° The excursion wa? mame in 1704 land this O magonfient monatoery.wa aftenrwards pip d doered mnd given to the flamnes by the lFronli rtroops under oessena in 1811, liy rro -Napoleon' Bono erte. ]kkford ded he 1844, iged 84. Xtrgil Almid rnqtired' l| rl to complete. The Qufatns Cuitiusc )! writh. Poole's Synopi, a. large then: , logicale work in several folio vohlncea, ouun, S1ed 611 'eare in compiling, and dnrin? libon rosand s abdsence one day his wife In. a fIt of Ihl temper destreyed the mmlnscrlpt. Poole oi rretrning, atnonce recontueancae Iis almour, never relnxing It 'auntil.t taesd was nisnleed a second th se, Fonelon's Telm. nmolirines wanowrtletn hli thre montis. .r. ,Tohnson wrote "alaselas, eln J"aetri tale", in ae fortnight, to enable him to pay thie ae. Spoase' ,of l tsd mnother's fneral. ie eo cu aomnposeenough meater I n one nig...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

TO T TOr O THEi FITrI Ot CIT I'?I?a. Sir,~During' the last few weeks theor has appeared in the columns of your papor, 'Al enansty on books, their history anl io. floenre, by R. C. Millcr, librrion, Fitoroy 'ubho LitLmry," whioh I, oie oo doubt Il?ny otheor, havo ro?d wllh considerable interest, as it contains ifornootion, to obtain which, wool. tale years of study and hard reading. I noo ask yoor indlgolnco to offer a sa. gesti on t tthe ;ssayist-that le publish it in pmnoh.let forn,on its co pltion in your c.l.olns, nnd ;lercby motlinr Loon nomo myself and o douilt o lny others. 'hanllr-. inol on for poot foors aml holping yon call iind space for this, Iam c., P, W. l.'ittnnl

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

THE STAGE, TIIRATRB ROYAL, "A Now way topay Ohi Debts" is the title of thee pywhice was prodecd' at the Theatroe ya/on Saturday mud Monday eveolngs. r.lthooll it is what would gene rally be called an old fashioned play, It drew large audiences to wltness its prodlltion. The clharacter of Sir OGiles Orverreach, whlch calls forgreattalent for its sllecefol Im preonatlon, was splendidly poertrayed by Mr. Charles Sheridan, whoe eserree every praiseo His performance from commence mont to finish being exooedlegly good, and proving that hia dramatio taleot s of a feat. class 'dscription. He waee severoal 'tlmes called before the enrtain to receive tIhe plaudlits of an opprocintive audieoo. c. Mr. Slierila was wenoll eapportod by Mlr. If. H. Vlincoat, who took thle part of Welllorn i a very sucacessfl mannerr Mr. I N. P.Joes leserres praise for Ille impareonltion of thoI mean pettifoggisg attorooy Merrall. As rustice Oreedy Mr. Hoskins was really good anld wasr' tlhoroaughly appreciated Iy ...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, SEPT. 10TH. (Before Messrs. Turner, Peters, Barnett, and Marsden, J's.P.) REMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

COLLINGWOOD COURT. TucscnAY, Soew". lfru. (Before Messrs. Turner, Plters, 9 Barnett, and Mfareden, J's.t'.) lMichael Cavanagh, Wmulinm Perry, acd Edwiln Peddy wore broueght up on remndi ucurgied wit sseeaulting Cuonsetablea Nolan iid Uiott in thei exectien of their duty. Sergeant Fenton applied for a further r-. mooid as Constable iolan wer still unable to appear, The bench remanded tie prisoners for 7 dcays. ; ' ' r L A P'I % V E 1: re - A lty of fourteoe years of age named Albert Brennc, wae charged with stealing iglt corn eksch tthe property of his fatheler. Tl?o eidemlc showcd not ohly c that the boy was glllty of the ollnco with, which ie o ws olrgeld, hut thati he yes incorrigible. Tice he ll sentelnced hia to five tioure ihiprison mlcnt, nod ordered that ie bo thlo sent to a rfuronlctory for two years, his fiather to pay Cerily Cattrino was charged with making luse of obselne language withinc the ierinilg of th public., Theo cidblnce of ?onstaele Cohkley was conclusive. Fied ...

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