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THE HOLLOWAY HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

THE HOLLOWAY HOSPITAL. AMONG the most pressing'of our social needs, and one which is being con stantly put before the public by some of our more advanced reformers, is the supply of hospitals for the middle classes. Thanks to the prevalence of "saintly charity" amongst us, the poor are exceedingly well provided for in this respect. There is no country in the world which can boast so many and such eflicient institutions for the cure of the ills that flesh is heir to as England, and certainly there is no city which can compare with London, especially since the admirable example set in the pro vinces of devoting the offerings of at least one Sunday in the year to the requirements of those valuable but struggling charitable institutions whose funds are not in the most flourishing condition, has been followed and developed in the metropolis by the establishment of "Hospital Saturday" as well as "Hospital Sunday." Still, all the organizations, invaluable as they are, can only be used in t...

Publication Title: Mercury And Weekly Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND PAROCHIAL SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

CHURCH OP ENGLAND PAROCHIAL SYBSTEM "HAGOAR," writing to a city cotemporary, thus speaks on a subject we know to be of vast interest at the present time, to many of our readers both in the south and north of Fitzioy'and Collingwood:-"It is, I think, admitted that the English Church is not making that progress it should do, and. from a long experience as an officer, I am forced to the belief that the cause of its little extension is the present absurd sys tem of large parochial boundaries, and the inability to erect new parishes in our large populous cities and towns while there is a debt~on the one church, without the consent of the incumbent; thus many, like myself, living a long distance from the parish church are prevented from engaging in church extension to meet the growing wants of our population by the old cry of "vested inter ests" of the incumbent. In Richmond, Fitzroy, Collingwood, and almost every suburb, there is a desire for new churches, and in most places buildings ha...

Publication Title: Mercury And Weekly Courier
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COLLINGWOOD—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

COLLINGWOOD-TUsnDAY. Before Messrs. Walker, Kidney, and Turner. John Joyce-drunk and disorderly. He was discharged with a caution. Catherine Fogarty, an old offender in the same line, was fined 5s or 24 hours. Hugh Smith-drunk in charge of a horse and cab. Mr. McKean defended. Con. Nollan found the defendant drunk at about seven o'clock p.m. on the 14th ult., in York street. He behaved in a very violent manner, kicking and knocking the constable about. William Montford said he saw the constable pull the defendant out of the cab on to his head. William Waters saw a man give Smith in charge for neglecting his cab. The constable wanted him to leave his cab, but he would not do so, and the constable then took him by the shoulder and pulled him out of the cab, his feet becoming entangled in the wheel he fell heavily on the metalled road, and cut his head severely. Mr. McKean said that his client had been locked up for two or three days, bail having been refused. He had also been 25 years...

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FITZROY—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

FITZEOY-THURsDAY. Before Messrs. Falcone~r, Kidney, Rushall, McLean, and Marsden. Patrick Gorman-wandering cows. Mrs. Gorman emphatically asserted that a boy was in charge of her cows. The Inspector said that the times Mrs. Gorman had offended in the" like manner were too iumerous to mention. Fined 10s with lOs costs. Thomas McGrath-dirty yard. Fined 5s with 10s costs. Richard Clancy-having stinking meat on his premises. Clancy tried to show thatthe Inspector had been to him "fishing" for cases, or complaining of their dearth. This statement was indignantly denied by In spector Croker, and the bench advised the defendant to be careful in his remarks. A witness was called by Mr. Croker, who described the place as a perfect depot for stinking meat. Clancy brought forward a witness to swear contrary to the evidence for the prosecution. He also intimated that he would appeal against the decision of the bench. One of the Justices remarked that they would give him the .'portunity. HIe als...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

CRICKET. Last Saturday the West of England and Commercial clubs meet on the goound of the latter and ended in a most disastrous de feat for the Commercial, Subjoined are the scores WEsT OF ENGLAnD. Williamson b Atherton ... ... 5 Dyall b Hutchinson .. ... 29 Larnach b Atherton .. . 16 Showers c Newman ... .. 1 Jones b Atherton ... ... O Rice b Atherton .. ... 3 Hunter c Robertson . . 7 Josephs b Atherton .. .. 16 Muir b Newman .. . 11 Morgan c Newman . ... Allan not out ... ... 0 Sundries . - 4 Total .. ... 9 CoamrcnaL 1st inings. 2nd innings. Harper .. 3 Hutchinson ... 1 ... ... 7 Robertson _. 0 O Locke ...1 .. 3 Hutchinson .. 3 Lambett ... .. ... 1 Newman ... 1 ... 0 Benstead ... 2 . 5 McDonongh - 0 Martin . 4 . ... 15 Atherton ._ 0 -26 - Sundries .. 4 Total ... 16 Total .. 62 In the first innings of the Commercial. Williamson got seven wickets for 54 runs. Hunter three for eleven. In the second, Showers secured four for 7 runs. To-DAY's sTrCEES. The West of England and Star of Fi...

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FIRE IN COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

FIRE IN COLLINGWOOD. Shortly after ten o'clock on Tuesday night, a fire broke out in a weather board house of seven rooms, situate in Islington-street, Collingwood, owned and occupied by Mr. Pearce. The fire was first observed by a daughter of the owner, who gave the alarm. The Union Fire Brigade, who were drilling in Otter-street also observed the flames, and went for the spot, which they reached accompanied by Con. Nollan, before the alarm was rung from the Fire brigade station. This brigade was quickly followed by the City, Volunteer, and Simpson's-road bri gades, and there being a good pressure of water the firr, was confined to the housewhereitoriginated, and a quantity of building materials which was stored on the premises saved. After the fire .had been subdued, a rumour got afloat that a daughter of Mr Pearce had been burned, but a search being made proved that this was untrue. The house is in sured in the Queen Company for £200, and the furniture for £60.

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COLLINGWOOD—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

COLLINGWOOD-F?wvAY. Before Messrs. Walker, Turner, Berry, and Bell. Michael O'Mara, and Alfred Isaacs, were charged with insulting behaviour, in Smith-street, on the night of Saturday last. Con. Nollan stated that about half past nine o'clock on that night, he was on duty with Con. Charleston. They observeda large number of young men in possession of the footpath, on the Fitzroy side of Smith street, opposite Mr. Randell's premises. Persons having occasion Ito .go along the street, and in order to pass the mob, had to step off the footpath on to the road. They crossed over and requested the mob to dis. perse, but they showed a disinclination to do so. A little force had to be used when they moved away. The constables then proceeded further along the street, on duty. On returning, and when near the Post office saw the prisoners coming towards them. They each had one arm round the others neck, and the&ilisenga?/ed arm ex tended, by which they occupied the whole width of the fo...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, FEB. 15, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

PUBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, FEB. 15, 1879. LocAL INsOLvEam.--Benjamin Thomas Stevens, of Johnston-street, Collingwood, undertaker. Causes of insolvency: Having accepted accommodation bills for a person who since became insolvent, pressure of the holders of the bills, death of a horse, sickness and death in family. Liabilities, £47911s. 2d.; assets, £238 8s. 6d.; deficiency, £241 2s. 8d. Mr. Cohen, assignee. On Saturday last Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis, living at the Clifton-hill hotel, was admitted to the Melbourne hospital suffering from a severe lacerated .ound on the lowerpart of the body. caused by a fall from a chair, while removing some dishes from a shelf. On the same day a young man named Richard Banks, aged nineteen, was also admitted, suffering from a compound fracture of the leg, caused by a horse falling on hith. During the sitting of the Heidelberg Council on Wednesday, it was reported by one of the Councillors, that a heavy bush fire was raging on M...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Rejected communications 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 necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. To avoid inconveniunce and delay to persons interested we hare to requlst that all btsiatess communications. inclrding urlvertisetcnts, orders for the piper, .r;.t rCnitltc~s, tue ad dressed to tia.rivFF r?. & iAVFs. and not it, the Enror.. ADnVERT:SE3mENI.S in (ill ctsLS. O1 be prepa'.t. Let?ers anud .i.?; ..*.. r- .'.i.*ia "intruted eui. iCsertiO.L iL !!_ ILtu c',luu uhns houuld he ddr rsed ., th.e rs.*r.'

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CUPID'S HIGH FESTIVAL, OR ST. VALENTINE'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

;CIUPID'S HIGH FESTIVAL, OR ST. vYALNTIZr J DAY. Br E. A. SAxsoN. ST. Vb? Tr was a priest of the Roman Catholic Church, who was sub sequently canonised. He suffered martyrdom by being beheaded in the reign of the Emperor Claudius (AD. 41 to 54). It is a most curious fact that there is no circumstance whatever in the legendary life of this saint, which can, in the remotest degree, connect him with the customs which have been 'long observed on this day. In his illustrations on the Book of Common Prayer, the Anglican Liturgy, Wheatley tells us that " St. Valentine was a man of most admirable parts, and so famous for his love and charity that the custom of choosing valentines upon his festival (which is still practised) took its rise from thence." It is more probable, though, thatthis custom dates from the old Roman festi val held in honor of Lupercus, the god of fertility, which was celebrated about the middle of February. Marc Antony, during his consulship, was, it appears, one of the...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. 14/2/79. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Br CosMOPOLITE. 14 2 ( 79. WmLn witnessing the exertions of the fremen in Islington-street, last Tuesday night, I could not help being struck with the want of coolness displayed by the men, who allowed, in some instances, their zeal to outrun their discretion. Instead of a systematic attempt to save property adjoining the scene of the con flagration being made, the dividing fences of the adjacent houses were pulled down and the crowd, who of course quickly assembled, rushed the ground and in their frantic excitement overran gardens, trampling down and destroying the labor of years which had been expended to adorn and beautify the place. This should not be allowed and if the brigades, with the assistance of the police, strenuously resisted the intrusions of the public, a great deal more property might be saved, and less confusion insue. By-the-by, has the Simpson's-road brigade forgotten the object for which it was originated, viz.: -that of a salvage corps. Since...

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SERVED HIM RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

8ERVEQ HIl RIGHT. OUTSmE, the frosty winds of November were blowing through the:gaunt limbs of the trees that stood like grim senti nals around the Dalton farmhouse. The sky, darkly blue, was all a-glitter with stars, and. away down in the hori zon swung a silver crescent. , : Inside, the fire in the kitchen -grate roared and crackled merrily, while the teakettle' sng and hummed, 'ind old Jonathan Dalton sat uprightt.in his straight-backed chair, and slowly smoked. his after-supper pipe in tran. quil, comfortable enjoyment.' Altogether, the warmth, the light, the repose, the old-fashioned comfort of the room, from the plate of rosy cheeked apples on the white table to the fat Maltese cat sleeping and purring on the home-made rug in front of the fire, made a very pleasant picture' to Erle Clifford's eyes as he came in out of the clear, cold night-a tall, good-looking young fellow, with the least spice of dandyism about him, that had always made him just a little different from the ot...

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A SPANISH BULL FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

A SPANISB BULL FIGHT. A CORRESPONDENT of the London Spectator supplies that journal with the following account of a bull fight, which recently took place at Amelie les-Bains :-Tiuo mall.toýgp o.AmeAgle. les-Bains, .in the Eastern Pyrenees, close to the Spanish frontier, under the shadow of Mont Canigon and hanging over the gorges of the River Tech, and its tributary, the Mondony, has been this week en fite, and middle class French and Spaniards, and peasants of both countries have flocked in for their annual jollification. Theusual gambling stalls where you invest your son and run your chance for a packet of sweet meats, or whatever else you have a. mind to, offered temptations as irre sistible as ever. The bains and bois. sons refreshed the guests, as far as hot sulphur waters can refresh, and the. time passed gaily with music and dancing a la Catalan. But chief among the attractions, and that which is looked forward to as the great event of the feast, is the bull fight. For days t...

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SHIRE OF HEIDELBERG. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

SHIRE OF HEIDELBERG. W?EDESDAY, FEBsUAbn 12,1879. Present: Cr. Studley (President). Crs. Wragge, Daniel, Duncan, Smith, Davey, Peers, and Bond. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Burrows reported that he could not complete the embankment to the bridge leading to his property at Greensborough until the Council supplied the wings tor the bridge. Resolved that the Secretary and the members for the distric" meet Mr. Burrows on the ground, with p ewer to act. Repola :t 4 Mr. .or!, D.o removed bis fences off. the o Yan Yean road. Resolved that the matter be brought forward next month, so that if obhtruceions be notremoved proceedings might be taken. Lands and Survey Department wrote re Contagious Diseases Hospital site, similar letter to that received from Chief Secretary. Resolved that letter be writt.n to Coluing wood City Council for inform ation about their proposed hospital, and the Central Board of Health, for plans of temiorary hospital. Mr. Dale wrote res...

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COUNCILS. CITY OF FITZROY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

COUNCILS. CITY OF FITZROY. RIDmA, rsaBUART 14. Present: The Mayor (Cr. Tacker) in the chair, Crs. .Woodhead, McMahon, Holden, Evans, Ewing, Showers and Cunningham. CORRESPONDENCE. From Department of Public Works, in reference to the application to that Depart ment by the Council for grant-in-aid of fencing public parks and gardens, stating that the matter had been referred to the Crown Lands Department. From the Local Auditor, asking for ad ditional fee for attending a Select Commit tee of the Council. From Melbourne Benevolent Asylum, asking for assistance. From the Refuge, also asking for assist ance. From Central Board of Health, drawing attention to the necessity of immediate action being taken to erect a Contagious Diseases Hospital, and drawing attention to plans previously forwarded. From Town Clerk's oficer~Melbourne, con veying thanks to the Council for promise to cut down Nicholson-street. The reply was not considered satisfactory. From Central Board of Health, referring t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

FAWKNER HOUSE, 276 SMITH STREET. H. BRADLEY Begs to inform.the inhabitants of Colling wood, Fitzroy, and neighborhood that he has purchased from Mr. S. WIGG his old-established TOBACCO & FANCY BUSINESS And hopes to enjoy the patronage so long accorded-.to his predecessor. ]. B. having had many fears experience in the Tobacco and Fancy Goods Business, intends to make it the BEST AND CHEAPEST SHOP IN COLLINGWOOD. Always on hand a large stock of Tobaccoes, Cigars, Pipes, Perfumery, Stationery, Hair Brushes, Combs, Parses, Spectacles, Eye glasses; Cutlery; To-s, maid Fancy Goods Wholesale and Retail.: : Jewellery and Meerschaum Pipes repaired. WOOD k CO.'S 'Chillenge'Baking Powder. WOOD &lc S 'S ''Sherbet, WOOD, a CO.' 'Initantaneous Care for Toothache, 6d. per bottle . WOOD & CO.'S Corn. Wart, & Bunion cure is. bot, WOODA & CO.'S Bug Exterminator, 6d. per tin. M rANUrrcroRY: 97 Wellington-st, ,. Collingwood A liberal allowanceto the Trade. SHEPPA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

GENEfLf NOTI( MIlE Meiury is published every Satbirdsa Shorning. Percens wishing to havi the paper regularly dlivere.? at their place of busin,'.s t.r residetce wi be clu.rged Is. per qua.-.., 0iy .l,le: j dv'ance; by post ls. 6d. per ,iusrtcr -::" S•'Ie tqna eces on the firstSatur S "d?ay in the ?, Ethis of December, March, Juue, ~oud September. S:i:.. , :d;r will be obli;ud for inform atio---ture especially relating to local matl ers SC.1.E F'OR ADVERTISING. Elusiners a:rui . p..r 0juartA'r, from 7s. 6d. Ofi.cimlf -,::' 1 l.'tilu Advertisements, c L.U inter;i.hn. per inch ... 2s. 6d. Wnlt i;n.a.-.-.. <~ruvnts, Houses and Land f..r .-uie o"r to Let, Articles for :s:tle ..r Excilm?.-. lMiscel 1:lln?lts. 5ti'sintr Fri."*,ts, &e.. Os. 6d io,.:-": .,f ltrth... D.-..ths. and ;.:are ines .i. s. Od. T!' A vEl'-r?sE:ai.-No?ice to withdrawt cd.-ertisements must 1v given in writtig. TtE Mercury can be obtained from any of I the following agents:-Subscription le, per quarte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

PANTHEON WHOLESALE is NOW OPEN FOR SINGLE ORDERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. 50 GERTRUDE ST. F=ITZ~EO. DURHAM HOUSE. J. - CURRY, TAILOR & HABIT MAK ER, 79 4~ 81 SMITH ST., FITZROY. L. SICREE, TAILOR & OUTFITTER Gertrude St., Fitzroy. Clothes Cleaned, Repaired, and Pressed. equal to new. Gentlemen's own materials made upin first-rate style. MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! HALF PRICE ! HALF PRICE ! HALF PRICE! All the newest Music sold by Dunn & Collins, ARCADE, SMITH STREET, AT HALF PRICE. Agent for MESSRS. ALLAN AND CO J. HOLT, COACH BUILDER, 57 PEEL STREET. COLLINGWOOD. O. .. .F. A Funerals fmrnished on * shortest notice. Single and pair horse hearses, and coaches always in readiness. BENJAMIN T. STEVENS, FurnishingUndertaker, 161-3 JOHNSTON STREET, COLLINGWOOD. Strictest economy in charges. Coffs all sizes always on hand. 3. RUTHERFORD, VETERINARY SHOEING SMITH, 279 SHITH STREET, FITZROY. The Trutth. you want first-class Boots and Shoes you will find them at T. PETFRS, 7a4 S...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

POLICE. ` FITZROY-MoanDA. Before Messrs Tacker, Raven, and Mars den. George Adasne, and George Johnson housebreaking and stealing. Con. Conolly said the men were given in charge on San. day night, for breaking into aMr. Weston's house, Victoria-parade. Skeleton keys were found on Johnston. Remanded-to Thurs day. Michael Collins-drunk and. disorderly. Con. Rogerson found Michael with his pockets turned inside out. Micha~l said it was his first time. Fined Ss. or 24 hours. John -King-Sabbathbreakingly drunk. Also first offence. Fined 5s. or 24 hours. William Taylor - insulting behaviour. Con. Rogerson said hQ heard a woman scream, a.. he was ran against by the prisoner, who was following a girl up IOiuns ick-st,, .9-3?a~,Sandayevenxjg, He tBe coast breb"- ked'Tay lo T9 ffhr renning after'the girl: Fined 1 0. ?r 48 hours' imprisonment. Joseph Williams and George Stevens trying to impose. John Perdrix, through an intrepreter, said that the prisoners went to his public house and asked fo...

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FIRE AT DAREBIN CREEK—NARROW ESCAPE OF TWO CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 February 1879

FIRE AT DAREBIN CBEEK—NARROW   ESCAPE OF TWO CHILDREN. On Wednesday night, 4th instant, about half-past ten o'clock, a fire broke out in the Darebin-creek hotel, Alphington, kept by Mr. Cunningham for the last thirteen years, and although every effort was made to subdue it, nothing could be done except to prevent the fire spreading. The house, a large and very substantially-built erection of brick and stone, three stories in height, was completely gutted, not a vestige of the floors, joists, rafters, or roof remaining. The outer and partition walls, which were of great thickness, are apparently un- injured, the plastering and papering still remaining on the inner walls, and the cement on the outside. The origin of the fire is wrapped in a mystery, it will be remembered that the day had been oppressively hot, but the night was quite light from the moon. Mrs. Cunningham had put two of the younger children to bed in the corner room upstairs using no light, and there had be...

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