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A SHORT ACCOUNT OF THE ACADIANS, And of their expatriation by BRITISH FORCE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

Sk:SHORT ACCOUNT OF 'THE ACADIANS, And of their expatriation by BRITISH FORCE. Br-E. A. SAxson. CnAPTER I. LONGFELLOW's story of "Evangeline," has, no doubt, familiarised the general reader with the fact that the people then known as the " Acadians," were, in the year 1755, deported from their homes and their native land, by order of the British government. As probably many of those who have thus become acquainted, in an indefinite sort of way, with this incident, would have remained for ever ignorant of it, but for the American poet Longfellow, who has enshrined it in one of the most pathetic poems he has written, it may not be considered amiss to remind them, that commonly it is not the business of a poet, to appeal to the understanding of his readers, but rather that it is his province to appeal to their feelings, and to their imagination. But even should a poet select some historical theme on which to exercise his muse, he may raise such a super structure upon it, as to make it ...

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LINES ON THE DEATH OF A FRIEND AT KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

LINES ON THE DEATH OF A FRIEND AT KERANG. "As forman, his daysareas grss; ass sower of the fleld so he flourisheth."-Psalm cii., 15. On ! death thou hastpressed to the cold icy bosom The kindest of human thou'st ;ever obtained , And why should we weep, if this codwold . doth.lose him :,If earth is the loser, 'tis heaven that has He's happier far than we ever could make him, And still we can't stay the tears that will fall, . It pleased the Almighty to heaven to take hi m; He'agonebut before us-Death's common to all. His young wife she weepe-to her none were dearer, Pale sorrow has left its dark mark on her brow Ah! yes, she will miss him, still it ought to cheer her To know he is happy in Paradise now, His heart it was honest, his spirit for ving And his death to all friends has brought a deep gloom, Though here dearly prized he was more prized in heaven. From earthly temptations God's but called him home. Oh! what is this world, if we but ponder on it? Our thoughts"are iti pleasure...

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SHIRE OF JIKA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

SHIBE OF JIKA. TaURBDAY, FBBBUsRY 20. Present: The President (Cr. Dennis) in the chair, Crs. Plant. Bastings, Paterson, 3Iitchell, O'Keefe, Ellison, and Clinch. Mr. Wilkinson, solicitor, objected to the proceedirgs, as it was not an annual meeting or ary a.j.ournment thereof. Cr. Bastinos moved and Cr. Clinch seconded--That the balance-sheet, No. 3, as printed. be allowed. 3r. Wilkinson wished his protest to be recorded. The President would not allow it; Cr. Plant wanted to know whether the balance-sheet No. 3, would be binding on the council. The toll account was wrong, and did not disclose the receipts and expen ditare, as required by the Act. Mr. Cook's own figures showed £797 17s. 6d. as being collected, but the balance-sheet was only £738. Was Mr. Cook entitled to be paid for his bad work if his balance-sheets were found to be incorrect ? Each of the three balance-sheets were different. He moved as an amendment that the balance-sheet, No. 3, be disalloweld Th;motion was put and...

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COBURG—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

COBUEG-Tussn&r. Margaret Brown-insulting language in the public streets. Several neighbors gave evidence of her disgusting behaviour on the 5th inst. Remanded for a week for medical examination. Constable v Price-work and labor done, .19 7s. Verdict for amount with 5s costs, to be recovered by distress. Reid v Honston-summons for £1 6s for newspapers. Order for the amount, with 10s 6d costs. Stoffers v Price-summons for £3 12s for grazing. Verdict for amount with 5s costs. Police v Forder, a driver in the employ of the Melbourne Bus Company-overloading. Forder stated that it was impossible to keep the people out. Finel 2s 6d and 2s 6d costs. Isabella Cocking and William Binks were fined 53s and is respectively with 2s 6d costs, for allowing their cattle to wander.

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FITZROY—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

FITZROY-TaHusnAY. Before Messrs. T. Kidney, McLean, and Marsden. Chambers v Lee-claim for board and residence. Struck out, parties agreeing to settle out of eourt. Griffith and Spaven v Rev. F. C. Platt £1 15s 6d for work and labor done and material supplied. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for the amount with 15s costs. Immediate execution was ordered to issue. Raven v Webb---S Ss for work and labor done and material supplied. Verdict for amount with 5s costs. Cross v McGarrill-- unlawful assault. Dismissed with 5s costs. Inspector v Maddox-summons case, for boiling dowxoffensive matter. Proceedings were taken under the 32nd section of the Public HealWh Act. Dr. Tweddale, Health Officer pro tem., said he had visited the premises oii the 17th instant. There was an offensive effluvia escaping from a boiler which contained offensive matter. It was prejudicial to health. Messrs. Lear and McGinty corroborated the medical evidence. Defendant pleaded that he employed the most scientif...

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COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNESDAY FEB. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNZSDAT Fae. 19. Present: The Mayor (Cr. Walker) in the chair, Crs. Peters, Smith. Keele, Wright, Turner, Hanslow, Bryant, and Upton. COBEESPONDE?CL. From Society for Assistance of persons of Education, asking for a subscription. From the Treasurer, in reference to the transmission of moneys received under the Licensing Ad, to the Treasurer. From James Benham, asking the Council to remit the sum of £3 18s. 6d., being half the amount he had expended upon the flagging of a pathway in front of his pre mises. From the Metropolitan Gas Company, forwarding statement of accounts for year ending 31st December, 1878. Amongst other information it stated that 111.442 shares had been issued, nominal amount of shares £5; called up per share, £5; total paid up, £557,210; amount issued but not paid up, nil; remaining to be issued, £442,790; and total amount authorized, £1,000,000. From Collingwood Union Fire Brigade, asking for patronage to a concert. From Sarah Ar...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

POLICE. FITZROY-lloiax. Before Messrs, Bennetts, Woodheid, Raven, and Stranger. OwenAhern-insultingbýhaviour. Owen's fault-was caused by the 4refusal of a con stable to have a drink with him. Fined lOs or 48. hours' imprisonment. Mary Mesday received a month in gaol for being a common prostitute, while Elizabeth Dalton alias Amelia Grant, got three months for the same offence. Patrick Nolan v. O'Neil-insulting be haviour. The litigants are bus drivers in the employ of rival companies, and they were passing each other in very close con tiguity when the defendant struck Nolan two or three times with his whip. O'Neil pleaded that the complainant was trying to pass on the wrong side and threatened to run into him. Fined 10s with 26s costs or one month's imprisonment. Woollatt v. Reaby-summons for £1 18s Verdiet for the amount with 5s costs. Adelaide Laskie-wandering goats. Fined 5s with 10s costs. Eugene MacCrohan-wandering goats. Fined 10s wi4 lOi costs. Charles Bderson-wandering cows....

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UNRAVELLING A CIPHER. A DETECTIVE'S STORY ABOU[?] A PERSONAL ADVERTISEMENT. "Ozib—Nevyuw hzofiwzb mrtsygzy 127 Urivhgivvyy." [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

UNRAVELLING A CIPHER. A DnwrcrTIv's vicar LOs A rPeoxAL "Ozib-uNevyut Azoftwzb mrtygzy 127 Urivhgivvyy." There it was, in italics, half way down the "Personal" column of the Herald, conspicuous only for its sin gular and most aggravating combin ation of letters and figures, the sole clue to the whereabouts of the gem I had been after for over two or three weeks, scarcely resting, eating or sleeping in my anxiety to secure the reward offered in a heavy burglary case-and some thing else. That "something else." Ah ! my heart sank within me as I flung aside the enigmatical puzzle before me ; and leaning back in my chair gave myself up to the gloomy reveries of the past. Edna Dayton-how I loved her ! How fair and beautiful as a summer's idle had been the week in which I had met her. and loved her, and had been told that my affection was returned I How well I remember the bitter parting-a hopeless one, it seemed to me-when I learned my fate from her father's lips, and passed down the brow...

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CONFIDENCE IN SELF. (PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC LEDGER.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

CONFIDENCE IN BELF. (P.rnADELPEIA P=CBIC LIDOr.) ALL human power, in order to be available, must be associated with a certain degree of self.confidence. Many a timid child postpones his first attempt at walking simply because he lacks the courage to exercise an ability which he fully possesses; and many a man lets a noble scheme and grand enterprise fall to the ground from the same cause. Vanity and self-conceit are such dis agreeable characteristics and so fre quently accompany an inferior grade of knowledge and power, that is justly visiting them with contempt and repre hension we are disposed to forget that there may bean opposite extreme of self-depreciation and distrust which may paralyze effort, and render latent power utterly useless. There are some who never seem to believe themselves capable of anything; they see others press forward to at tempt and achieve, and shrink back into a desponding inactivity. Having no faith in themselves, they undertake nothing and effect nothin...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. 21279. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Br CosEoroLITsE : 211 2 79. Whenever any case in which the larrikin element is interested comes on for hearing at the local courts there is always to be found loitering about a number of youths, having no apparent object, unless it be to create a nuis ance by their presence, and obstruct the thoroughfares leading to and from the courts and municipal chambers, to the manifest hindrance of those whose business takes them to those places. It has often been asked why it is that they are allowed to hang about, or if the police have no means to rid the court of their unsavory presence, but no one has vouchsafed an answer. It has been left to Mr. James McKean to suggest a remedy, and to me it appears to be a very workable one, and worth more than the passing notice of the powers that be. On Friday last, when O'Meara and his companions were being fined for creating a disturbance in Smith street, the usual number of boys were to be seen in the vicinity of court. Mr. McKea...

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FOUR MILLIONAIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

FOUR MILLIONAIRES. Eops residents of San Francisco have died since the beginning of this year Hopkins, Colton, Reese, and O'Brien -all of whom began life in poverty and died ireputed millionaires, each of three of them leaving an estate esti mated at more than $8,000,000. The San Francisco Alta gives the following account of the four:-" Hopkins was strict, economical, fond of business for the sake of business, with a strong sense of duty, a dislike of display and of any participation in political manage ment. He was a quiet, just man, liked and trusted by all who knew him well; fitted to thrive by prudence and thrift, avoiding everything that looked to him like speculation, but not unable to comprehend or unwilling to undertake great enterprises, such as the Central Pacific was at the beginning. Colton was a very different man. He began life as an office-holder, was a natural politician, and was fond of participating in public movements and influencing men about him. He had a natura...

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COLLINGWOOD—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

COLLINGWOOD-TUEsDAY. Before Messrs. Walker, Levens, Barnett, Marsden. . Arthur Thorpe-drank and disorderly. Thorpe pleaded that v certain ,people in George-street would not let:him alone, aid he wanted to defend hiulselffrom them. Fined 5s or twenty four hotrs imprisonment. John Burgess-an ancient of days with hoary hairs, wrinkled,-and weighed with years, was accused of stealing from the till of the Albion Hotel . The landlady of the hotel deposed to seeing the old man sitting on the counter with some money in his hand which he had taken out of the tilL John said that he had never done such an as since he left his father and mother and was at the present time 77 years of age. Sent to gaol for one month. Thos. Fitzsimmons, a respectable-looking young lad, was charged with assaulting Con. Callender in the discharge of his duty. The constable produced his hat and said that it "plainly denoted the indenta tion made on it" by a stone. This stag gered the bench somewhat, and they called ...

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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

The Public Works Committee. recom mending payment of acoounts amountingto £915 Os 7d; that John Mulhall's toe: der for channelling the east side of Regent-street, from Marine-parade to the bridge, at the bulked sum of £93 is 3d, be accepted; that specifications be prepared for painting Johnston-street bridge; that the paving of Little-Charles-street be added to the schedule for Victoria Ward; that the pitching in Alexander-street be lowere I and the roadway metalled; that tenders be called for metalling Bendigo-street and for channelling Nicholson-street. In reference to Alexander-street Crs Smith and Walkerobjectedto the work bring done inasmuch as the work was not down an the Schedule of works, while the financial position of the council would not p-rmit Those gentlemen moved that the clause be struck out. Cr. Upton held that the council was in funds or the work would not have been. recommended. Cr. Turner submitted that the council would be in funds seeing that nearly the whole o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 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. H B. having.had nany years experience in the Tobaco 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 Brdshes, CO~nbB, Pakses, Spectacles, Eye. glasses; Chtlery, Toys, add Fancy Goods Wholesale add Retail. Jewellery. and, Meerschaum Pipes repaired. WOOD & CO.'s Challenge Baking Powder. WOOD & CO.'S Sherbet, WOOD .& CO.'S Instantaneous Care for Toothache, 6d. per bottle. WOOD & CO.'S 'Corn,'Wart,'-Bunion cure is. bot, .WOOD & CO.'S Bug Exterminator,.6d. per tin. ~IANUaACTORY: 97 Wellington-st., Colliiigwood. 'A liberal allowance to the Trade. SHEPP...

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PRESTON—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

PRESTON-Tausnsns Before Messrs. Beaver, Short, and Clinch. Senior Con. Marks v Josh Jollie-asleep on his dray. Fined 2s 6d and 2s 6d costs. Charles Peters, Thomas Peters, Charles Hopton, and John Smtart (the frst two did not appear) charged with bathing in the Merri-Creek during prohibted hours. A man named Crosbie deposed to the bad conduct that the boys indulged in, also of throwing stones at him and his house, and in tearing off the weatherboarding. The boys were fined 10s each and 2s 6d costs. Alfred Oliver-creating a disturbance in the public street after being turned out of an hoteL Fined 10s and 2s 6d costs. J.K. H. Kupsch v J. C. Kupach-illegaily impounding. Mr. Read for plaintiff, Mr. Moore, instructed by Messrs. Macgregor. Ramsay, and Brahe, for defendants. This was a family dispute, in which apparently the ownership of certain land was the real bone of contention. It was proved that the Impounding Act had not been complied with, and notices that should have been delivered...

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HEARTLESS CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

BEARTLESS CONDUCT. On the 13th inst. a young woman, who stated that her name was Fanny Robinson, called at the Richmond police station with a mewly-born infant in her arms. She told erge-ant Sullivan that she had found the child under the Hawthorn-bridge, and as -the infant appeared to have been recently born he adviie'l her to at once proceed to the Lying-in Hospital, and have it attended -to. The young women followed the advice given her, and walked to the Lying-in Hos pital, she not having any money to pay for cab fare. The child was attended to by the surgeon on duty. and it is very probable that the onfrrtunate waif would have soon died laed net he been consulted. Having at tended to the child the so-called Miss Boliauson walked again to the City lock-up. and there again repeated the story she had told at Richmond. Sergeant Mooney's suanspicions were aroused, and be guessed that the girl wasthe mother of the child. He therefore took her to Mr. Whelan, the deposition cl, k, who ...

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REACTION OF THE SEXES. (AMERICAN SOCIALIST.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

R4C.TJ1IO Q OF: THE ;SEXES. '?s; ikit?en is,, yman'sz kingdom.. 1 54re,,be;wgrtr leer, will. -- bakipg, lign,, ist8gjpgo,:frying, ..mopping, washing,.,ir.opigg ;: eubphat;cally, ruling. tlOrraast.,; TFor ageslshe,has reigned anl?;,Wogught.: unassisted . and un qpstionedr, save: by.some meddlesome,, tasting Soypr, or cadaverous, bran.an?u, wate;-eating.Graham. Naturally hating iipovqtion, she has, been content, to do everything "just, as my. mother used tq.' ; .t is,only, within a generation or, two that science and invention have secured, a pl ce on the hearth-stone; bit':no soone. theie, than the hearth stone is abolished, the- fireplace walled up, and the 'fire eiclosed in n iron box, Clumsy and awkwei'k.as the boxes were atffirst, it wold have been long before women, if leftto t hemselves, wonuld have ventured; to improve,the.pattern; yet the' secret.history of the' patent rn?ge~,ae nt ovens, snd the thousaind a?id-one neat coitntivances 'that:adorn th'kitehen df't'o-ddy, would s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

REGISTRATION of BIRTHS & DEATHS FOR COLLINGWOOD DISTRICT, Office-94 Hoddle-street, Hours-Week days from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays from 10 to 12 am. WILLIAM DAVIES. Deputy Registrar. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. nECTOiRS' RIGHTS for the Legislative I Council for EAST AND WEST Ftaroy can be obtained at the Registrar's Office, 185 Napier-street on any day (Sunday excepted) after 4p pm., up to and inclnsive of Saturday, 1st March, 1879, J. DUKE, Electoral Registrar. LEGISLATIVE .COUNCIL. . "FLECTOR' RIGHTS for the Legislative 1l 'Council for ST. MARK'S AND FITZ OY NORTH can be obtained at the Town Napier-street, Fitzroy, on any day (Sundays excepted), from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., up to and inclusive of Saturday, 1st March, 1879. JOHN B. JONES, Registrar. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ELECTORS' RIGHTS for the Legislative Council for ABBOTSFORD AND NORTH GILASSHOUSE DIVISIONS can be obtained at my office, -2 Stanley-street, Collingwood, on any day (Sunday excepted) aptoandinclusive of Saturday,March i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

T,.. ON: ... , WHOLESALE . NOW OPEN FOR SINGLE ORDERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. o50 SGEITRUDE ST. .. F'TZ?Z;. ]DURHAM HOUSE. J. .CURRY, TAILOR & HABIT tAKER, 79 4r 81 SMITH ST., FITZROY. " L. SICREE, TAIhOR & OUTFITTER :'Gertrude St., Fitzroy. C;lothes Cleaned, Repaired, and Pressed S equal to new. Gentlemen's own materials made upin f first-iate style. MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! HALF PRICE ! HALF PRICE ! HALF PRICE ! All the newest Music sold by IDnun & Collins, ARCADE, SMITH STREET, AT HALF PRICE. Agent for fMESSRS. ALLAN AND CO J. HOLT, COACH BUILDER, 57 PEEL- STREET, COLLINGWOOD. - I. o. O. '. ) _? ? Funerals furnished on * 4 * shortest notice. Single _ . and pair horse hearses, and coaches always in readiness. BENJAMIN T. STEVENS, _ urnishingUndertaker, 161-3 JOHNSTON STREET, COLLINGWOOD. Strictest economy in charges. Coffins all sizes always on haind :- . RUTHERFORD, YETERINARY SHOEINIG SMITH, - 79 S31ITH STREET,. ' - ' FITZROY. -= - - - you want first-class Boot....

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, FEB., 22 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 22 February 1879

PUBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omria Vin?,. SATURDAY, FEB., 22 :1879. WmLi admitting 'that 'the general health of Collingwood and Fitzroy will bear favorable c~omparison with that of any other district around Melbourne, it does not do for `us to lull ourselves into a fancied security of our immunity from danger, and while there has, in the past, been nothing of a serious epidemic character to call forth these remarks, it does not follow that we shall always be thus favored. One thing that has been greatly inourfavor, asacommunity is the comparatively isolated posi tion of the localities, and the cultivation of numerous trees that have tended to counteract the evil effects of any miasmatic germs that may float in the atmosphere. But now this is rapidly changing, and, to us, who can look back to the time when Collingwood and New Town (Fitzroy) were known by the euphonic name of "bush," the change seems almost like the quick transitions of a dream. Melbourne, Richmond, Hawthorn, Kew, N...

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