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THURSDAY, SEPT. 21ST. (Before the Mayor (Cr. Moore), the Mayor of Collingwood (Cr, Dwyer), and Messrs, Marsden, Holden, M'Lean, Rushall, and Woodhead, Js. P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

r T't'rrroarrY, S;1rA . t21r». I (Bforo tio alnyor (C \ Moor)', te ,ho Myor of Colllndwod (Cr. Dwyer)i,' rIo Maosre. Marsdlon, Ilohlen, ULrnn, Ro'Lan l, hnll, Woodhliel, J.P.l) . . . 'DRUNSK ANd ' IORDERtLY. Rachel O'Ncil on rnetnid, charged with tho nbovo olfenco, apperarol to imavo atneroe a recovery, and was dlsclarged. A WIF. IEATHIL SJosepl Wllianns was olmrgedl with nssault. ing hia wife. l[ioplnaded gillt?. Finl 40Ds. orln defaonult oneo month in gaol. onsTtUorTrn A TIIOxOIT(InfmIE. Thomas Watts was amomoned by tire Northl Fitzroy police for obstrouting pa pulio thoromghfare. Constable Kingstan lnving proved the case, the defendant was fined 10t. with the option of 48 hours in gaol. LOITERtllN OS A FOOTrPATI. Constalhl Canmron, of North Fitzroy, irosecoted thliroo youtlis named respectivoly Prank Wlllinms, llngli Walker, andl Fred. Ross for loitering on a footpath. Finrl 5s. aclh. DISPllAlllD. Jnmes Melvoin, Thoimas llittle, nod George Srhnnonr wero olharged wit folonioualy a...

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

ORIGINAL COItURESPOD?EW NCE . IT( TH El T 0 , r TO TIll I lTqilt OF TilE FiTa hOVI:ITS 1itss. ; Si?,- As'I I the person n:ferrl .to by "Juvenis" in this day's isue as havini. r. ceived a fee frotii the Couicil for ivork 1one, I may state that since I have been praotisi g for myself Ihove bcin repeatedly nskoil by the Council to undeiLtak Police Court cases for it,; but have inorariably refused,'and luave hlways recounonenedl the late John Edblrrnld IJulq. for that work, mid to hlin'it has ilvari ably ? ieno g : ' As that gentliman is now dtml, and mny oneoetil u with the Council lha con?c|l, 1 fail to see.uhiie the lnecesity arii s that 1 should 'still rfuse such work whien ollrul. to Ilio .it out , solicitation oti ,my part. As to the lout of, his remarks, I do ieten:l'to buro:uoe *a suallate at the pro pcr time for the oilicn of city "olicitor, andif it Ihe that tlth appointmenti is to be conferredl iaccouilig to claims, would hbt atislted to risk my chince of succeas to a comlari...

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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 SATIBIST. :.gOtiro. shl .hi lkec ,llic rmor, ke. WO.eoo ieiih i touh tlmt |o M elr felt Or xtn. Mr. Samtiel Iyonu cvibleittly .as an eye to nuimber one, ndl a. big eye too, if we can take his ovin tatieenooot. There wt .a plnllic oweCting at thie l cionin. of ithe weink ait rlhihli Jtimoiel fignril largely. The object of the meeting was to elect camlidate? for this province of the Upper Hlouse, nol the convennrs of the meetig hliad .Mers. Lina, d| Ile?ovr in their c?e. BIut Ieammerlij not niit .Samuel, who moisoelliittlle delay. Plenty of time, he said, ani d if i:e lok routl re* may findl nonic minre ncitable ge~tlciionm neillio." to oiler blinitoelf. "Yourself," crled snooiie from: the o udience. " Oh, no," iJliotliS.;llnOel 'tlhere's Ino lliloey ill it. Honnr ldoes not fill thie belly. If I nimt for it, I wounl l ant to be paid.", Amn this is a rreal,yal, trCue lul Liberal: a frimen of Pople ; ' cameiipicn of. thleworkieIng ian ; ptriot ilevotedl to the ImiwrSwe nim I welfane...

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

To TILE LIliTOlt OF TIE FITZOYt CIT ?1 RES.: -' Sir.-DiJ itri, the lasnt a fctw weeksi there bonpearped in thl nolumnso of-yourp aper. "uAn cy oii lHooks; their lhidtory anl'in loaenc Iby IL. C. Miller, 'librari?m; :Fit?roy Public Lilrary," which 1, and no dloubt imany uthers, have reod with coniiderablu iioterest, ds it contains iforniation,, to obtnin 'which, would talko yearsof-tudy and hand reading.. now' 'ak your indolgena to offr a sulg gstioil to the essayaiSt-that lid publish'it in amphletut fonoon its cooplntion in your t , lllln, aolll;thereby confr -a' boon: upon iynelf and no doubt many others. -Thank. in" you for psat favor's and hipiig you a c find spaco forthin, Itoi &Ca; 1' . t'ittanl i: ?. : :++i:++;i:+? iq;,.? : _+ ++'::+ --:.+, "`'r-· : !++?-?i.++ ::? + -'.:"+' · :-? !+:+F +:+

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

SPORTING NO TES. CRICKET. A meeting of the Alexandra Cricket Club nos hehi lost Thurslay night at the Lonl Newry; Hotel, about 30 members being present. Mr. C. Moutz in the chair. The election of oflice-henrera for the ensuineg season took place as folloows :-Patron, Cr. McMahon: president, A. L. Tucker, M.L.A.; vice-presidents, Messrs. Jackson and Ro bottom; general committee, Messrs. J. Dent, Wilson, McIntyr?. Jackson, Smail, Topping, l'owell; amttch comnuittee, Mlcssl. Newmann, J. Dent anld Leggett ; secrcta, Mr. F. Topping ; treasurer, Mr. . Powell. The captain and vic.-captahi were not elected until the first cup teamn was picked. It was decided that the clnb shouoh enter for two"cups, viz.: 'McMahon's and Clark'e. Mr. J. Elhlott moved a vote of thanks to the chairman for the able manner he had pre sided, seconded by Mr. -F. Topping, snp. ported biy Mr. A. Witoon and carriled with musical honors., "It was decided that the' colors be rose and black. After somenic re. freshluncts...

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

! SOCrALS. . A concert and ball, under the auspices of the St. Patrick's and St. George's Catholic Societies. was held in St. Brigid's school room on Friday the lth inst., for thile pr pose of procuring a snlicint snm of money to erect an organ and gallery in St. lB?rigids Church, Nicholson-street, North : Fitzroy. An. excellent progranmne had been arrnnged, containing the names of many well-known singers, and this'no dounbt was the means of ecuOring saeh a large attendacc, the place Icing well lillem thoghs .not orer-crowde. The inrst item was an pianoforte solo by Miss Dwight, exeeutel in that lady' usual bril liant style; then a son, "n'Killarney," by alr. ,T. O'Callagha , whllo was bnt. fairly sedsfefnl,altllhogh later ou hlie sang "TIhe tenpest of tho lheart" "i lirst-clae style. Owing to the nabsCncr of 'iss Scotson ', ll Mr. .1. r.l:van, whliesc ntamespparr l next Mr. T.: Mrphy gave a recitation "Thie sn captainras tury," for which hle reeired the lod applausne of the audienc...

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

CARLTOX COURT. WEooE s.aY, Seor. iTun. (Belfore Messrs. Craven, 'Murtrie, and Lewis, Js.r.) .WILFL DAMAOEL Henry Jolhn Blackwell'wo sunmoned for wilfully ulanaghig the prooerty of-Joslah Newann. Mr. IRead for the complailnnt, and Mr. Daly for the dCfence. The parties are neighbours residing in Victoria Parade off Princes-street. The evidence of half ,a dozen wittesses went to 'slow, that: thi de. fendant broke 11 flower pots ad tw?o squares of gloRs, tihe property oftlic lecmploenaot. Fined 10s. with 10ls. (d. damages, and 26s. costs. 500.t.nT.O:i LA-.?:t.iEL. The eamoe defeudau t was' smnonoed for moaking uce' of inssltinglanuguageo towards Eliza Newman, wife of lthe Lcmplainant in the last case. The evidence rhowed that the deferdLuothad made use of langage of a very insulting character. :Finald . with 4to. costs. 1The fie, ostsce; and doamages were aid after the defendantoad ulnosueeoa fally asked for time to pay. :' m ISSEU. Henry Jolini lllackwllI 'monsned .Eltio NNesman for as...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH. (Before Messrs. Marsden, Raven, and Robb, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

FITZROY COURT. (Before e ssrs.'fiaredest Raven, and Robb,. J's.P .) .:, 0,500 . C t D ttIjnEILLXS., i Mary Palmer, Emily Cowlcy'"anl: Sarah Lee were severally charged with the above offence. ' Lee was fined . (kl.- wih. :s; IG . costo, the other were ?i ischarged. - An elderly female named Kate Dolan was charged withl laing no lariful visibld meatt of snupport.? A iwitncss' for the defence'de posed that the prisoner was in the habit of wroring for a Mrs. Sinclair. The bench did not appear to e6nsidor this evidence very satisfactory, but intiniated tha: tie prisoner would get anothierchalce. Dischargled. M ISOItDEI0 L CO.eDUCT. Mary Ann layliss wam ehnrgml 1with dis orderly conduct in Victoria rarade on Son day night. After bearing the evidenco of Constable Callendar:. the bencht nsctndcftlet prisoner to three months imprisonment. An elderly woman named Jane Traffe was brought up charged with stealing money from a till. .The 1risodneat' firsdenied having taken'ai' monye. '.After hedr...

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

- ..: THlE STAGE. .., !'iANowiovy;. opay' Old:Dblto": itim. title of the play which ias producedl 'at tlio, Theatre Royal on Saturd.y.aiil , ofiday cvenings., Althoughl it is what irould'gclic-e irally be called nhi old fashiotiel play, itdre*' large atdiences to ?ritness its production. The character of Sir Giles Overreach, Which calls for great talent for its isuecessful ir: personation, was splendidly pourtrd?yel' by JIr. Charles Shertdan.:who deerves:cevery praise. His performance from 'commence ment to finish being oxceedingly good, and proving that his ilramatic tlent is of a first class s dtcription., He was several times cnlled, before the curtain to receive the plaudits of an apreoiative audience. Mr. Sherlbn was well supporte?tl by Mr I. 'H. Vincnt, wiro took the part of Welleborn in a?veryauceusfol manner; ' Mr. B. N. Jones d?esebey praise for Is inopersonation of tile mean ?icttifoggiig attorney Marrall. As Justice Greedy MJlr. Hoskins wasreally good .nod was .thoroughly...

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THURSDAY, SEPT. 21ST. (Before the Mayor (Cr. Moore), the Mayor of Collingwood (Cr. Dwyer), and Messrs. Marsden, Holden, M'Lean, Rushall, and Woodhead, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

(Before the Mayor .(Cr. Mo3rc), the Mavor. of Collingwood (Cr. Dwyer), and Messrs. Marsden, Holden, M'Leao, Rushall, and Woodhead, Js.P.) -. DRU?K AlND Ii?OILDUEIL?. Rachel O'Eeil on remand, charged with the above offence, appeared to have suffered a recovery, and was diselharged. - A WIFE hsEATEI . J oseph Willian ? was charged withl sault= ing his wife. He pleadet guily. ?Inedl 40es. or in default one month in gaol. : :: OILRRCUTING A TIIOROUGIIFAKE. Thomas Watts was summoned by the North Fitzroy police for obstructing a pulic thoroughfare. Constable Kingstqn having proved the case, the defendant was fined 10s. with the option of 4S hoars in gaol. rLOITERIN o01 A FOOTrATHI. Constable Cameron, of North Fitzroy, prosecute) three youths named respectively Prank Williams, Hugh Walker, and FredL Ross for loitering on a footpath. Fined 5s. eacll. DISIIARGED. James Melvin. Thomas Battle, and George Shannon were charged with feloniously as saulting Ellen Turnbull, and James Beggs with aid...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, SEPT. 19TH. (Before Messrs. Turner, Peters, Barnett, and Marsden, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

COLLINGW OOD COURT. STuEys.? Sr..ls'r. . (Before lessrs. Tunler, l'eters, lrnett, and 'Marslen, J's.P.) Michael Cavanagh, \Wmlinam Perry, and Edwin Peddy were brought up on remand charged with assaulting Constables Nolan and Elliott in the execution of their duty. Sergeant Fenton applied for a further re mand as Constable Nolan was still uneable to appear. The bench remainded the prisoners for 7 days. " . A AINFUL (-L?E A boy of fourteen years of age named Albert Brenna, was charged witL stealing eight earn sacks the property of his father. The evidence showed not only tlhat thie boy wras gilty of the offence with which he was olharges, lu that he was incorrigible. The bench sentenced himb to lire hours imprison ment, and ordnlered that he be then sut to a refornmatory fortwocyears. his father to pay 0ls. per week towards his maintenance. OI?F-ZNE LON(:AUAG.L Emily Cattrine was chtared with making use of obscene lasguage within the he ring of the public. The evidence of Constable Co...

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

.LIBERAL MEETING. A meeting of liberals to select candidates for thle North arra rProvince for tihe Upper House was held at the National Hotel on Monday evening, MAr. ]eddle in the chair. The charman explained thie objects of the meeting and the steps which hal been taken. Messrs. Lang and Beaver had been waited on and their views found to be favorable. Mr. Lyons asked if any others had becn waited on, and received a reply that Mr. N. Laey had been. but Ihis answers were not satisfactory. He was Ihzy on the laud question.. Mr. Crowson wanted to know who did the waiting business, whatnauthority they hasl, nianl whom they represented. He thoughlt thlere sas a good deal too much haurry displayed. It looked like as if some particular person was to be pushed ont them, and to that he protested. Mr. McIvor asked for naiies, but AMr. Crowson refused. He had no wish to reflect on any one, but considered better men were to be had thakn those in the field. . Mr. Lang was no Liberal, hut lid al...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XVI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

OUR gTORY TELLER. 3tONtA'8 C U 1t. ,,', Cn.c . XVI. LCoinedl). , " / 8he woo too pre10t oot to feo thol thotolt lIen of havintg nlmost oftrcd 1hn hoer hond and weolth-ci In valit. Sho htlet elthi' bhtto hint to hler foet, and eoclct hia to too ; for the love to whleh h IIC was o diif farent, or lave sob leo gr-nt ond saotisying recengo. . ' Madfeoe Deo. conaen w o a aspmpthctacle o. with deoontni hnod, olnd foce lijrtletd with the lteitn tlmt ooi ocd hr,, she. ohnl. aeroy hl ltor ,tlh I,?, 0nl0 remmbr11 ,o or Invent, at the hcllncot N,,etta-hot dotoatod rival. " I hoove ue ]din i "hoxela ined. " I ilgllt have seen lo , log. goo that tho anoay mtinx dioodl t y o lytotcthme, nd ro, oelvonl In thlwreL thlem. ''ie hult te pl tf at elhe only witlthldrws heorsell for a tlld, in rnoer to reollo Iro]owllyli'e interest ito llr.' he shall ooever, neer rratlrl, to Lyllrior r, I e o o o r t hl at h eie s l l l , 1 t f h o I h e re o n it a nt t l inogedly a.'m pfrovt I t ! t'llli oway"te'l thew...

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FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

g ..- FANCY DRESS IALL-. Tihe. Fitzroy Prlvato Qnedrlllo Armbly colebrntod the i elo of their season by hold. H al on T lly ad ' cllvolng. Tid hell wce Illloed as. well, It oolvelClently could be, thiere litong flly 300 precint, the whole of wlwhom sooned ,to thion eghllyy cciloy ornc. lrcee odl kept oip tai danooIg with llo. abated vigor till botween.id an n.t o ., the nsiual for tlet bceolon hoeing tlihpiedl by Wolnberg anid Zpltn'e qlillrlla .bandll who Sartlnlyoat nonlloof tllelrrpabutloa tIhrogh the; exoelleot manner nto whlicl tliey loe. colrsed their ollsel, Sllorly after 8 o'clock the Town Ilall ,wl Its elrreolslongl coif. llenlocd to preaelt it very ienatelc appear. colie, e vehicles of vory dcesoriptlon arrived And dlsehnrgod their acellpcats before tIe cnlmirlng gatee of selall lgroi of caeutators weho were oassaiblod nlt the gates, After iroceedlog' to, the dresoc g i oeolls to plt n ao fnelshhig t tocalcohs to tloicr toilets the vilsitors beglln to stream Ite to e lbodl...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

FITZOY CITY COUNCIL . Thoe is nl foriightly maetig of the City oun iltook ploo last ovronn?., Pgrohset The ma or (Cr. Mooro) Crs. llolTaii;''Bn. n Iooks, Ir i ppI, tM'nMahon, Orilgg, At i fet t lhudOl O I0 O T h o m in u tes o f Rr o tth 0r o p s m o o ti0 g A0t0 the otsnar eorreepor nco ?aole' roao ?nd ofti ilml r o in io IIt , rom MrovJ. NOSniIn, who, h Sn Mrt. J. r Ovn, statinghtlt a l'ry poitfol soons occorred at tine tlrlal of s rtlat of ots, owting to the vh oolt of one d( ooh oeIIeai anklog to tito oxln hotmVot. trih.ltct, el treetompaininog of tlim:d i. troefo lotentio of the stroot,--Rlofrroe to me0 relnnl esthnates. . 2, From Mr. . f Iithphrey, wilth rofori Ino to the 0 i100 n fair.-I-oeforced to nuoan l tdlllntes, 0, From Seorgeant Renieo, vitlt roferiioon to he olopatsts of too heousas at' the top0 Ind of Sprsoigstret, stating that' throughti the Action of the police the hOeanse had been rartcd,-llefcei'ed. " L ' , Frole Sergeant Rennie, complaining t the coffeeo stall a...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XVI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

OUR STORY TELLER.B MONA'S CURSE:. CuarmT XVI. (Continued). She wos too proudnot to foelthe humilu: tion of having amost ofleredl him her Ihadl and wealth--and in vain. She must either bring him to her feet, and compel him to sue for the love to which he ,was noow sno indif ferent, or have some great. and eatisfying revenge. ... Maude Dsmond was a sad spectacle, an with clenched hands, and face distorted with the passion that. unsexed her, shie hurled every bitter wvish .ohe eould remember or invent, at the inoocent NentA-her detested rival. "I have been blindl !'" she exclaimed. "I might have seen long, long ago that the Mancy mnix divined my hiteuttons, and re smlved to thwart them.. . 'Tis but too plain that she only withdraws herself for a time, in oentler to revive Lewellyn's interest in her. She shall never, never return to Llynvawr ! I swear that she shall not, if human wit and ingenuity ca prevent it I will naway to the weomn Lloyd. Slie is boldl,. adl, if I mistake not, unsc...

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

sIr Is. Itttomlcey, corner of (lertrulotnIl More 5 t.., is clharig the lahst of -1iliiitfr " stoolcof draprys t anol s ;es s~ei?? sscn tiie lis ioh flmntels, itoollise?ail lieavy'iiateri al?? 3 tillsinry at rdundel latea., S?is':ia ' lite in anrious' ldpartnlsc t? clL Worth i:i sptiuon. A1s'tl;ey ir beings ii'pilly dcactd,; a oisit should' b ?'aid Iato' 'o t is " n o'clti nc iju et toe; an'hf . . prettiest'tesigns=[bu:[Ar.:] .". "' ,:, .,?, , :.:, } IoLLOSO. \" LtLLS P -L-The'grCa.at gcOaltlt ud?c;:' of nmsltes tlms.-Tl'hi ioau?pal, alidcs- o ' iai ? cioe increases the nppetit , strung tlhcos the -1' stomach, ecsnaes tho liver, crIretsou o hmiious-" . a, s ?s'.l'ratents l.tulaency, purlticstltus stah n sh .o' s ? 5. ti.smooi healthl.; The .enortsuans d'd-t: ?foi - ýfu il,$' theiso Pills tlrongaa ut b( lgoho a?tauis?a .,: ,?slk \crybsody, and asisn5.tsinsg! -il onnane:,- t-a__ the p moae s tciLtcal that; _-, . etldci:? a tlu . ,.z:i , (L·. liollo y's Poills in its tbhility to --s ?o ...

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

3SaYir"OTNBOOKb5;'lHIlR H!STOT"( i ii,., j Aynj.g'?.gtfCE.OTreg J?U.o. (BY: R. C. tILLEs, LIuntttit'.i, FaTI-rOY '; ..] n ,, " PURLUi: Liuuf'ir.t ' .) ' ''*'*"1 ... d, (Continuaeofrom o.ur .at; ..,-) ; Thed texuriou ueto I?te i1f7, niutitri" ma nifii'eut ifohtisttery' woso ftie?ils Tedo?n tiecld said givii to tlield'i thettb; it'then i'.1. '.:D t trouips' iit uler Iutreset ir "ISI - 6nle of *'tf ,l eNapoleon Buonoigoirtc.'1iekfri ',ilef in ''' 1844 a 84 ?rin,' t-',idt re iil ?11' '"" " years to'coiletoie.p Thd Qitinti C irtib'of '' "'i" VahncL s (a translation) ,cpied al30 )years ini .-:'*"' writinu.- I'oolc'rt ' opsi.~n , a f;e tih~-n ""i, t lgical giork irent en scfirl flii?vtilnnetd i.orn- ':'o Isettand'l t Cte bt ln-dayis'wiife iii' t n it af ' .t bad 'temiper. ldesteroyed .tli d'Cfin:fitinc'.n '. 'f i Poule, il retariio?, ot toncueieteitei !' his Inabor, itsree roloxiag it tttti'tl'6 teio " Waos fitishal a seiond rtio. ?t;ilon'a Ttce-t " : iuaehiths'waii' i?Hittai:ii'thr. I16oi...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

FITZROYT CITY COUNHCIU?"' The usual fortnightly meeting of the City Counlil took place last evening.' Present:' The Mayor (Cr. Moore), Crs. Holden, Ben-. (1 netts, Brooks, Phipps, ML'Maloni Gigg, and Woodhcad. The minutes of the previous meetin and the outward correspondence were rena' and I confrmed. : o coRotESro.DEucr?: • -' - C 1.. ron r J. R. Owen,'statig that a very painful scene occurred at the burial of a relation of his, owing to the wheels of one c of the coachis sinking to thleaxle in Wet garth-street, and complaining of the dis.. graceful condition of the street.-Referred to' annual estimate ... 2. From r. G. Humphrey, with refer- a cnce to the same alfair.-Referred to annual v estimates. 3. From Sergeant Rennic, with reference to the occupants of two houses at the top end of Spring-street, stating that through i the action of the police the houses had been ( vacated.-Received. " i 4. From Sergeant Rennie, complaining that the coffee stall at the corner of Bruns wick and...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

:'?T;h Fitziby PIri'atedq rillile: As\mdn bly; ; celebrated the close of their season by hold ing a fancy dress hall 'a" the Fitiroy Towni 3 Hall on Tuesday cveaing. The hall was filled as" well as it y onveciently oia!d 'be there being fully 300 present, the whole of whorit seemed to tlhoroouhl}y eiijoy:'them. elrse.e and kept utip tile allcisc wit snl anbted vigor till bImtwccn'4 and 5 a.m.ss the muuie for the occasioll Irir tuppliedb b Weinlbergal Zeplln'su riiodrille bad, .'who certinly loest noneof therireiputation tlirough the excellent imnacr ini whlchb they dila coursed their music.. Shortly'after 8 o'clock the Tuown IIallll ita u?rnoiluding cog - Inenced to etpreelt a veryu allilatl ppear ance, as vehicles of every description arrived and'l discharged their occupants before the admiring goze of a small group of spectators J who .were assenbled:at the gates. After proceinllg t the drreuing rouos to put a fer' linslhing touches to their toilets the visitors beganll tou. tren ...

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