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

SPXCIAX. COLUMN. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. t y, IIH:?: ... s , -~.:z :T,:T, .BOOT 'AND SHOFMIAKER,'. las Remoed ;i - : : 107 GERTRUDE ; STIIEET.) ol,; , ph,,? ace., ,, ": ~ri Laies'b Gents' tilhildrn's oot& hoe ,id Stock or Made tp Order. "Rfepairs neatlyoand promptly oexcute.,:, , TOTICE ,.OF REM OVAL. IF:IR P. ML'LEA, I who for the pnst twenty years los carried on i: usinessoas:o i .:il PHIARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, At.?lt9 B?r?swrik Street, HAiS REMOVED. To those new and commodious premise" ALMOST OPPOSITE. Next the flbnk 'of ,-Victoria. I-: :E T 1 1 0 S S- E :'.; FA.MILY. BUTCHIER, (Late with W. Alexander, CGertrude-street,) Corner o?f NA'PIERmod LITTLE CIIARLES ST1mEre. '?:, S., :.'F E:R, ,"iU'S, 0 N, : (Near Niiclmlsoh-stirct:)" Funrisingo Dranpor. Ladics, aid Children'i SUndrldothts, ,Baby Limen, Cos.o- " Coas' TloADE, TIIERmFor:?E . .. C r. On . Trial willsutlice. DRI?SSMA3KING AND. .iiLLINERY Done on the 'remises with Dispatch .o:. C" S.' O R:: I C' KE, . ?5. GERTRUDE STREET, "...

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

St'II G AND SUMMER` SEAS0N.' EDW. D" CQRTLL Has much pleasure in aniiouncing that he is now making his FIR'S'T: 'D:ISl LAY NEW 'SPRING GOODS ,:i Comprising, the LEADING' NOVELTIES Ia Summer Dress IMaterials, Trimnmed and Untrimnned Millinery, Chenille and Lace Dolmana, _ , .:.. French and English Flowers, Newest Shades in.Feather., S. White, CL m,. and. Faille Lacee .:._ [w:r" Hatand ll ent'rO?lnmeeitec; - : &&c. Brocade an.l Chene litbbone. The NFew Lace lParao l Fancy Striped and Embroidered Hosiery, Lace Mitts and Gloves, Stnner Tweets and Coatings, I Boys', Youths' sodNIn's Suite, New Styled in Mat, Sarves, Shirts, &?. New desians iD Capilets, Cretounes, Lace C Crtain,, hi. Special atteition is directed to the Printed Satteens, Camabrics, Zephyrs,. Sc., whliti ae'r iceand entirely All marked at,.LOWEST CASIt RICES. e An early call respectfully requestal. ROCHESTER HOUSE New Ca~l Drapery Ware?bouse, Corner of iSmith and 'eel Streets, c..?;O ING,\- 0 "Do ob...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, SEPT. 23rd, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

SATURDAY, SEPT. 23n? , 1882. Pnonanl. no political qujstionhaaidone 'more inaterial injury to this colony than tha of Reform oftrto Constitution. Fire years ago san' tle rise of MIr. Grahami Berry I with thisa as hurning cry., Three years of 1 unparalelled political agitationi?? followed his, return froni tle country with is pliant mait jority at his back, and dirini 'thoe ?'"ible' of that time the only subject; that seemed to find a resting, place in the brains of poli; ticians was Reform bf the Cohstitution. It is hot eccessary to recapitulate the variouis devices that were siggested to ecCareo thi object, nor the gradual re-action which set in against the firebrands who thel led public opinion.. The movesecon the political chessn board were thoroiughly ia?ivassed at tile time and the interest in,-thensoogeneral that nothing esocaped ie incessant watchdfuInes of the elect'rs. Nor do we need to describe the causes whilch led up to the overthrow of 'Mr. Berryand'his arsty, ori thei ...

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

OPE3NPGCBNIfi SMITELST: R IUED PRP_1 ES ! WHOTlIElEE TflNNG-Cy. A PREMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. GEELONG TWEED TRdiUSERS a, FORMER PRICE, lIs.-&L4i.. ,XT1 I REDUCED TO 10S, ?,,D6 .. ;:,:i ' B SUITS TO ORDER, 42. 6d. : OPENING NEWý' ANCH, 238 SMITH STREET, COINGW'OOD. Oppoite Coffee Palace, and adjoining the Monte de Peik tn'and Diicoiat Comipany. TO THE PUBLIO?-Owing to the generous support .receivd :frbm. ,the public, and the great and unrivalled success we have met with, has induced the Company to still fu'lbe increase their enterprise by opening a NtEWBRANOH AT 238 SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD, opposite thle Coffee iPalace In o doing we feel confident we are anticipating the wants of our rmany Collingwood and Fituroycustomers, from'whom we hope to receive. tlie same il'5s. ll . uppirt in thd future that'the publihavo kindly'bestorea .upon us in the pa - t o " o... . : We are selling SINGLE GARMENTS .at WHOLESALE PRICES, and owing to the liberal patronage bestowed upon us by i...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE FITZROY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 September 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE FITZROY COURT. Monday, September 18th. Before Messrs Marsden, Raven and Robb, J's. P. Drunk and Disorderley. Mary Palmer, Emily cowley, Sarah     Lee were severally charged with the above offence. Lee was fined 2s. 6d. with 2s. 6d. costs, the others were discharged. e , ti 11VA,'ii A?'%Y.I I1 ! An ehlerly female anrlod )lato Dol nt wsn aiorgkee.wh I n hrig r vibloawul ie an of 'epplrt,. 'A irltenos for tile iefenrco io. proialrat thed prlsoner was I trharnhit of working for ne Mer Sinclair. The ireac dhl not appear to consider this ovldneeo vary Msatifaeory??rit etimated tIot 'tile pilfaolre would gdt' nothrdlrneioe; 'Uisilarfge., " I)IOIUIIt,11Y CONDUT,. inary Anlcr ltaylia waen rinrged witi tidn. or?erly ecorrlot it Vietoriht'rrade on Sunr. iy nigght. After hearing lthe orvlere of Centaei Cnllonlr the trrrir rtarecrr trhe prnrlorr io tireeo moethie irprteonmecnt. An olrerly woman nac e rcd lane Treto wen brmh ght up chargedl with steal...

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THE STAGE. OPERA HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

THE BTAGE. At the above named theatre the colno opera of " loceacclo" has been running dur. iag tile week. . TIIAOATOO OOTA r Mr. Sheridan played the part of Richard III. at tihe Theatre Royal dlring the first part of tile week and h daing so- has acde aniother to nse list of sacessful Ienmesona. Stins. On Tnoeday, Wrednclanyc and The?a' wlay he appeared en Lkoe Fishlingl t the drmn of "The Willow Cnpeo,' and -?a- again araccsshul in collating tie apprealation of. bin alance. Least evenling was Mr. Sherina's Ibencrit, when a mrtowdlel atte.d anol was ceoardld him to wilnen Idia im ereaoanlion of Sihylock in the "Merchant of ctner." For thins orothnig the sensatloasl dremao "The Lyons Mai" es noneeeoehd. BIJOUr TIIECATtae. "Theo Upper Crest," is the title of the play in whvlol Mr. Fredoriak Marshall and Ills eOmpany lave been appearing daring the wcok at ithe lijon Tileetra to crowdedr hlsoee. P?esnure on spaco conmepels tie holding cger df dthiledl report entil eant rarer, anelie it...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

ISAilY ON O1100Kli' 7l'It IIISTUlItY AND 1t) htJI:NCM. I(It It. C. 3fi.iin, L IBt rAIN, Itrrnorx P'ralo Lilat.an'. (Coniloned froan our l las) "'311, history of Eoglnnd how ])mn com"l) puseldl ll rou hrir "O0,000 doumimnts, otiee' teethe of them fi ifficlult MS.S, nndit i hall iozol Io 3ues, I have beoon nablo to trust printed ts for thile M,.. often tell stories which the printed versions leavo coueileald. I hlove lbeen lluablo to trust cepyists. I hmvo road evorythllog nlyelf. I hnae mide axtrnals front popera w'IIloh I might notvor see a recold timl. I have had to coudeoso pagot into sentence, to tras. late, to a1n0si3, andl lhae to lopentrl etiirtly oil ily wll trane.rlptlon, ' Utlor tle eoan. dlitli, It it a imposible for tn to answer that no omlranc has beenn mieplonel, and no Inverted conunoa firtl n th te wrong words. I bavo lSone iny.lwet to Iba oexa t and no wtertcall uldortnku mor Ino hlpasig frotan nmy notes to my writteun cololtitios, fr?lllo my Eonqposltiows to prilt, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

no. PPEOIAla COLUMN. NOTICR OP IRELIOVA : S s C 0 T T, the BOOT ANtD 81OEtMAKERtll, S liHonltoeovo(rd to t 107 (ItRtiTIRUIE.L STIIREffl . Trwo doorst rom orestreet. Aneostopposote old plnce. l Ladtie' O(r its' and C,-rr,', r bootrs ?Shoes rot in Stock or 2,alte to Onrer. to Itoireprs cnltly and promptly xecutedl. I O N ",TI'OI OFP NIIMOVAL. c mil. 1', MI'LLCAN, o h lol for I tlent?tosrety ears tlia;ceatetl on ' ". busilnes us nt ' " e P;lARi'c0)UTICL c11itMIST, At 130 Brunswlck Street, ol HAS tIJf1OVED ut To those nlw nand;?eimlnodlous premiscs AL.IOST OP'POSITL. th oext ltho iltuklof Victoria. Ef i, o', s .S It FAMIILY 11UTCIEltR, (Iatlowlth WV. Alexanlder, (ocrtnedo.atreot,) o Cornter of NAILRR nntl ItItI'TL CIItAtLIt STemrTe. CRl tS. F 1E ( U SO N, of .L).L;'Jor?OleOe STrrer, FIr?.nl, (?eaNr Nloholson.slroet.) Furnristlal Dnper, Ladles on.d Chldhren's U lutm'clotlirg, IBhby Liher, Cos. to tomes, t?1ror?n, 0o. If C.ta TIAre,, Tareeenrnnr Cltr.l, !no Trilotwill ai.flle. 1RtISStMAKI...

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THURSDAY, SEPT. 28TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs, Showers, M'Lean, Rushall, and Dwyer, Js.P.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

TIIUR DAY, SEr., 2Bro. (Ileforo the Mayor, and Mersrs. heowers, MILan, Itosehali, and Dwycr, Js,P'.) - R"EntaY.. . An ehlderly womon named Ellen Iloyre was chaelrged with itraeolhlg roll of brrown hellcld. Consthlhe BIreonnal deposed, flat heo found the holland in the rossesnron of the wonmn anl than t no se sheo no iot ccount for lhow It cameno into ier posslosson hIl erresnte her. It trahsplre) that the prisorner nhad lee in cnatoaly for ncarly a week. ilrieant IlRleo asked fora remond wirth a view to oenlen thos polien to ftnl no owler for tile holland. Tie hoich raemtlan tihe rse for s'orn loyr, the prisonroc to oentr Ilate her own recoorgnanoes ite thie enllllcof 20 to rip. pear oil th tIL proximo. Shoe was thene ol lowed c to depart. r e c r ltnttlgnm IoY C ON.IT IT. A wonlan named Mantlla Min thl .w ser. tenced to threre monthie ieprisonlCsent for disordeorly conduct in Victoria Parade I h slao|xa Aatin toE or TlE Cl.r .' An ltclion naramd Ailettio Loevi was rrmn. mooed for d...

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THE SATIRIST [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

THE SATIRIST th' Suaa.r Cmgac'.. Onlirosilonnidlitko n )ollrhol nion, ken,, WOnul with a ?Lnlol tlht Ie oo'.oooooio t oy o| .' A, nomutsi g tccittoet ýn .rc-intol to Ino toh otiher lay, the rtghl'trontji ofl whiah my itorlllno t wort o on. Ndfoiiny Saturday ooonogi's nago two Ioal' worlLtioo ihldnliglo nto til ioowin? hiowl to stih oll nOxtont, onoo oliidry frLEiidly gnnnflli cards, tlhat wheon tlly rose to seek their ololons tinlo otaolinry powers hold so lovelopetl that tilly weor llio to see mlony thllnl hiddllOn frono tile goon of orilltnry Ioronlo. Thlelir 'Wy Ioy throagh a rathoer narrow stoeet where truce nlli lioon plalltled for Onnnlllelt by thilo ehoin noothoritieo. Againstoon of thie tioegllnnlts nonl ot F nnhomsa hIcc ooopoot, whironOpIo' IlO detwolo c i ao stop, blnllai ngol lilioslof on woll as hn could; ncl s0nit '"I ihng tyeSlitito•p r. losr, irlie. Ini l vety" hlon . onrry, el' ,to. rEolooo iooll. ioi. Wich Ilosna ll dltlo aotllie stnirt, only to e mughlt l opl ngni...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, SEPT. 26TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden, Turner, Peters, Levens, and Barnett, J's.P.) REMANDED AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

COLLINOWOOD COURT. ToUaoUA, SrpT. WMr.;'. liclere Mr, Alley, P.M., and Meare. Mlaels den,; Turnemor, i'etor, Loeon, amid liar. nett, J',P.1 It.lGANlixb AA$I. . Mlimol Camvanghl, Willianm Perry and hdlanw 'eldy aorn bro ghrtl up oc remand charged witll h saltang Conltallca Nolan e-rl l[llott ie the executioan of thulr dalty. Mr. (Ireen, Inpeooor of P'olice, npplied for it further remanmd as tile oontalleas wera still unable to aippear. Ellilott ;was In a rery deagereus arate in tho apital a aned a cerll c eaeto to tht 'eoflect, wohl d lie produced. Nolan was also veary II at Ills olwn houso. ITice ealah reltanlel thie prlsonerd for suaer clays. c'lr..i e eD'tlL ". C A yeoing almn.lam cin ' idetlpl Wiheeler wna broeglct ntp i oeusaltly chrgCId.with abtnilnee moneyancc l e ?i la froim MIers. Tnrncilla ncl, siadewn, dlmiers, of. Smith. atroot, Iby Ilella alof 'almnlera hllcelle. 'lThe priaoner pleadedsnltlty aid wan 'renmnldcd lor aevenr-days... ", . . . If AR.nr .... . ' a?imca O'leamw...

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SOCIAL EVENINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

SOCIAL NV~iNINOS, Tho North Fitzroy Volantoer Fireolrigodo gave a racial at the Carlton Nlall on Molday oveoihg, for tih puarposo of Increasilg their funds. Tahere war it a goMd attoedarer, some 160I peroas Inrelg proaet. Thie onew hose reel which thle brigrlo have jest porcahlral from tihe Colliagwocal City brigade was or tire p latfonaor ar was nicely trlhmead tip. It bir belto named tihe Rrocro," olll we aae. ecrely truat thalt It will uphold ie 'ronme lby Iraiag thle irst to roroea froam dstrction., 'thorle a ndoe numbears embraerr order Captln?, ,r'eo , Lieuteaaalt D. resling, for. enar P. Dean, ard apparatla oicerJ. Eealy, and iaen doior :far work rinco they haove started., The . fldr preoed off very well, althoagh a number of persone grambled at %r. AA honM's alnd noat lputtliag ia an op. pcornleo il er gnlgel, two gentleame present easers. Clark oral Sitophuc, hIoaeer vrolraa. torrad, and deoerrr eveary prar for tir maila. ilre hi waislh ihcy playedltlio ilrti. for tiae dalr...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27TH. (Before Messrs. Oldfield and Whitelaw, Js.P.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

CARLL'ON COURT. WiYnlarorary rr. 27Tr. (lBofor Mlessrs. OlIdleold nod Whiltelaw, Loisa Iwnson r was prosestci Iby the pol a for king te of oaa scene Ia gong within tl heanrline of thI pllir o rllho Tal fondast pleade tll tnt, ho was stla lig os her own verandah wlol lhei Illea tlat o. ti e ]nngango complahnd of. theo ac did not acceptfi the plea. lilald I0s. with tim option Flioor ,s.ars. A cnane l ll lt111 John Poster wsas wlan. mothlo by the police for imvilg his liolnoe co oieyalcr rolraroooreil Olr ltr'eet Toh defleldant pithadd gillty. FInedl is. or r24, Another cnen In lledl \Vnlter P'eacok wre ararlllllll for a ailllo|]r orllrreo Thi rleferlndrt ilhl lot nppenr when cnllel. A eoletahlo hailnhg proved ile canrae h Ih lol llllcited a tile of 0I. wilth thle alternative of 48 lhiors, A 1t.10R0 AN0D tine iOuitNA., A linkor oarted n11'. Coolnloy who aonr. rice a Ioslrnesn ir lln ithdlowlrcetre et, ma1lt. onol hlisa late forlrnloi, Inir. Iltterron, for lreach of ngreorlot, MIr. Oill...

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RAILWAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

Ii R tfATLWAY AMipmrnlq(. A mroetlng i?.a Ield in thl e l'itelay T'owl SIfnll oo Mloluasy eelning last to lirou!nt tlhe a h'dvlaohlllty o f arigl thMe Minietr of t lshaye to idopt the direct line of coln. Illliloctlon tile city In pllaoe of ihe ur. . ltos rotate from Alphieglto now pro. posedC AbIot?.100 par onlls are proeelt, hloig . teretoltlatve fIlo Nortllcete, ML'reston, l[rdtolberx, Allll gtoln niIl tle other setrellMrlFtin ciatrlct. Iit Weorehlp mthe afor ,oome tled the ealnr, Rod IslLet whit lihe' hiadiled the tlerting tol lmptll nae atrltt' a oclllsltlot nIlreselte to ltll iglged by ooremt of thle ettiteas, altt thutec thlot then aeaner: woltl, be given a fair 1aei Iit mrtlel bctrleng ee It wor rely dcsloh'. nhlu tlat tlite lnportanlt aubjet seholil i ltheroaghly vellntilated. Tle secretary to Iti le moveeent, Mrf. (leld, briefly oxtlntierl Stble objeoat of the Rctilg, 0tll caled on Mr. ,l If. Fraser to explll the eleo ll of tilte slelleo. Mr. raeer ndon tlhat lie hild come...

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FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

FANCY DRESS BALL. The nnmln fancy dross boll of tile orighmln Fitzroy Private Ifndrillo Assembly took place in the Fitzroy Town Ifll on Wcednes; doy ovollllg, Ond untst bo pronooncedl on unqua11lilfed[ success. B|etween 80 alnd1 100 aouples were present, ald spalt n very pica asti evenng'a dm oingl to thile excellent use Supp1led y s7plia'h (clondrllo tbwnd whoser ahirte soon wo known thant com oent is needlena. Th oatarinog nrronngemenota by Mr. Ohlcnrett woren l taont moild e odeired while the many little dtnails were oacesas. folly arrnged y th lt eom tto who oexerted themseh est evoery poiblte manncr to rs crese the collforts of all presenot. Tim cos. tunoes wore os varied and cnrmfaog an any prooos bonll owe heiro n ttelind, nol ccrtanily roliected great credit on til y tastes of the maoy fair wearcrs, nnd the characnters as omoned oetlprle.d, most oit the dilloreot pIIIas of earthly Illilnes., An nohol hiol it earesht ooa/riattoll.?i?lr bO ' lino- ntoC' fI,"l nah'nlStle;ia lll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

Mr. IE. lhtormluy, earner of (r rLrl % an (loco-eta., i cldeariig the loot of illy tiitor'v Afoulof dIrapery, ae1 of~oso opooially ollao~p hhtnus a, 11,pinoln, W toleoo sn'S IleOsoy olotore. alp. Nljll hney at rofjnoo ra nto, Sfpcial lines inn norinaa onipartnafnta nyoell north ill sSOSSOill. An they N (Ininny nonpinty otuahoo , veseit ehennhot no pit lnt once. Opinin Nurnottoea jot oponiag, all the noocaal protlict efonigoe.-(Annne.] liilowny's Pillsa ane t;in ndclilan eit iin roputo fnr etiing theu iltnlltiiu isihd nmkacs inhiahattao k Iiienneinty when wet onucnhld ealather g.te place ,t npio i fnnal tempur. mutes.. In summa, then Pills outer fall to aitant relief in% all the diatlintalai f nir. onlatina, dlgeatlini, and naervoua nnrg3, anidak at tamas oppros n vana portioni of thla llapnlatian, Unher theu wnoleecialan, , pa hieand atinoaheni jag powari a exlual by tlhaa oxoullant Pis the taninanl I.anoalcnan Hunn, the appetite Inn nn.w digniRtiun ii ca lnkcnnd, nand assimnatatin ...

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MUNICIPAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

•at ' e -ak ngo ((,,,, ooenlled for latemcnt he ' ?u a wl the, reo atId famoonos of th lfo n tttto objetto of t thorloogly antlkfyng' ,s?olf to thi pot . sblttyn of wmnkngg o in t ai torny owttiltot f rther teoreawilon the n& o80 o to rTol. der this onltertion m orA vnnialto nmd to plnaa wtlthn thi renll ef th,0(ie uoi trs AnI ido olttlzel the ,hest posillo ineal of Ji1g. olg of our aotoal positio?wo nhave obtainedt a oetatner ot of the ttonnelnl postloa of.a the I rroundlng monIollpalitia slahowlng t th raonnua, rpoindltttro, noI the lonaa, 'or. Srot Anlld propoased. Fln tiohese flgroo It tnay lo seen oxnatly what can be lo do, ndil thoy thereforo witl ho tho e ,o toet ohltnMe able no to the fensabllty of lotan for EFie. roy. Tio lg.rcea wtll frthohr asho thke rtes mpotmd by taohese moinlpalitet nud the work daeo out of the rovenlle ao thlt. the ratopyCts hr ll can acmpIto thlar bnrdle t with that borna by rc?letrs olsawh re0 Ifn thile ca of lIlahmond ollr iformottone to th...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY-COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden, Robb and Raven, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

POLIOE INTELLIOENaE. FITZROY- COURT, Mfoover, xrTrxtlrnlt 2.rn. (Ikforo Mr. Alloy, P'.M., and M ers. Mare. den, Robbnndn Raven, J'.le'.) onrxSK ASx DI1808I ,rato" Alfredl ittulery, WVttlun Tobin, James 'artriclge, (erornio Donahldson, Chonrle Nor. toi, Fjieoltlt Downey, Margoreot Magtre, Thomas fynn, omeos Kay nod tames Lyons wereo seovcnllly chargtd wtith thea ov oftance. Dowey ando tynn were dlscharged. The others were each ordered to pay fs., or in deifult go qto not for t hours. I d l'ITI1 i3 IIFILtVIOI'i0 . Danlel Cudaloro was charged with tnlault. ing ?ehavioor in n publoe plnce. The evi dlfeo was coeluaef . i~tnefl IOs., with the opotion of 48 horse Itcnrcertitono. ranle llonnln, for making nto of oarceno Isegoigo writin o the hearing of the pfblic, Wor lineld tin, or o defn t th ree nmootlhs to gaol. Clhrlese Ifooro pleaelld gutilty fo nt ohrgo olf hvioog tolen a w otlh o int o lllto tho pro porty of o tilal inollted lfedford. Ol thi application of the poloe theo priorloner ...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, SEPT. 30th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

S,. ,sATURIDAY, SEPTI. 30th, 1882. Tie Rtoyal Arcade, ltoorke.streot, has been lighted withl theo eleotrio light. Mr. .I . . ]lrorke's anllUsl ball will take plcs sIt thi Ol o Ila l Town li on tie 1th otober, Tihe Swiss Villae Foallcy Fainr wisic opens at tloe Emerals l f11i11 Toa Hull this oveolog promises to be agra bnd slccess. We observeo tlatltheo ev. Robert J)ay has returned fros y Syllly, sillo resmessa dssey Ih thle Victoria Panllo (ltlrsell toimorrow. Tie IPowlett Footl?ll Club hold their fifth annual conccrt at the Athelaumn Heall oa Thursdally ovening, aln was a decided slae. STihoe Fitsroy police reqljro nat owner for a roll of brown hollnll, Ifold it tio posses. sion of- a womnn alelcd llen Ilayer, who was arraeted by Constable llretnnao Tho ameeting ch whico was ield on Mondlay ovellnlaig rcsulsll t lt a llallelllost y largo majority In favor of thldlirect llneof railway from Fitzroy to Melboureo. ltiss Emiltli Melville Is ouing lcsars. Wtilliamson, (larner, anl Msgrov...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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THE STAGE. OPERA HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

THE STAGE. ?a? ?-?- orelct lror,.e. At the above named tleatre the comic opera of " loceaccio" has been running dur. lig the week. TIIEIrIR oYL. - Mr. Sheridan playel tile part of Riclharnl III. at the Theatre Royal during the intrst part of tihe week and in doing soo ha adder another to his list of suceroful impereona. tions. On Tneoday, Wedoneday, nd Thurs. day ho appeared as Luke Fielding in the d ramaof "Thle Willow. Copse," and was nain successful in enlisting the appreciation of ins anldience. Last evennlmg was Mr. Shleridian's locfit, when a erowdel attend ance was aecorded him to witness hi iml personation of Shylock in the " Merchant of enice." For this evening the sensational drania "The Lyons Mail" is announced. S lJon T1lJrTTRE. I "The Upper Crust," is. the title of the play in whiech Mr. Frnlerielak'M e nall and ilas eompany Ilavo been appearig dluringthe week at the Bijou Theatre to-croededl houses. l'ressere. oli space rcoipe!. the holding over of detailed report unti...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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