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

The Fibtre)3 micId ortli.2Eei ok v ! ~ o.I Cluhe Of cn their scei e thleLCferweue, whrl 'sides will ,he sleew the pruesient andl iee-pres\iýCdk. . , QIit l~itib icuSt at 3 oiicelk the Fitzroy '(itr viit hel theseiicr eta eatch hetiiee e the councillors, cx- oeieilktrt atl ll iters of the itiles of (olliugwutol and lFitnre.

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

T-il-s1AY, SEIr. _Hli. (Before the Mlayor. and Messrs. Showers, I'Lcau, I:uslhall, ani Dwyer. Js.'.) LItICENY. An elderly woman named Ellen Hayes owass nglt with stealing a-roll of brown hollalnd. Constable IBrenna depocd that he found the holland in tile possession of the womans and that as she couldlnot account for Iow it came into her possession he arrested her. It transpirel tiht the prisoner hla beel in custody for nearly a week. Serjeant ltenuie aske. for a reanuld with a view to cnable the police to find anl owner for the holland. The bench remalded the case for seven days, the prisoner to enter into her own re;o nisances in the sun of £20 to ap ,cj on the 5th proximo. Slie was then al lowed to depart. DLOrIDERLY° CO.UICTl. A woman named Matilda Martin was sen tenced to tihree months imprisonment for disornlerly colluct in Victoria Parade. 11.NOlREYiS: AN" OLPnD OF TIIE CORIgT.' - An Italian nImed Ailettio Levi was sum monlel for disobeying an order of this court. The defenda...

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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 — 30 September 1882

.THE 8 'SATIRIS' : B Serim ClQiCE. ** 'SAiire uldoMI like.oailhilriir.cei, Wouund with a touch that i sntrly felt or sccn.' Aln amusingt.incilent Lwas related to nce the'otiher day, thel rigid ttuth o'fwhichl my inforunnt swore to. Not many Siturday eeidang's ago two .lIal worthies indulged in the tlowing bowl to rauch-an extent, over sundry friendly games of cards, that when tlhey roseto seek their hOllae their visionary powr hl d.so develoloped that tihey were able to see many. thiin.s hidden from the gazeof ordinary .morto s Their way lay thiromgh a rather narrow street Where trees had been plantle for onranicnt by the civic authorities.' Against one of thd tree-guards one of our I;ernes blonied, whereupon he drew bak a step, balancing hlimsif as well as lie could,' nai'said 1"I Ibeg your - hie - par don, sir-hie. I am very lie-sorry, sir- hie. Excuse me - hic. . Which donc -he made another start, onlki to' be:llolgllt Up against anothcer'treo ' lfew pame further' on. - Ano theil...

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

COLLIOGWOOD COURT. TESDAy,, S?Lr. 26,r. (Befere Mr. Alley, P.M., and Mlesrs. Mars des, Turner, Peters, Levena, and iBar nett, J'.P.) TEWA-\DED AGAIN. 3lichael Cavanagh, William Perry andi Edlwin Peddy wee brought upton resmand charged with assaulting Constables aolan and Elliott in the execution of their'duty. Mir. Green, Inspector of Police,. applied for a further reuantd as the constables wore still unable to appear." Elliott was in :a very dangerous state in the hospital,a and certili cate to that effect :would be produced. Nolan was also very ill at his own honie: The lench remanded the prisoners for seven days. S pLEADED UILTr ' A yong man named Rudolphl VWheeler was brought up in custody ceargel with obtaining money and gools from Messrs. Turnbulland En6ows, drsl.vrs, of Smith street, by means of a valneles eheque. The prisoner pleadei giilty and was remanded forseven da.s.: . . DISCIIsHAED. :'. :JamesO'Mear isas broeghu t ip on war rant ehaged writh havlig assaultedl his wife...

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

SOCIAL 2E?NLGINS. The North Fitzroy Volunteer FirejBrigade gave a social at the Carlton Hall on Monday evening,' fdr the'porpose of increasing their funds. There was a good attendance, smo 1l)O persons bcing prsent.. Tho iicw hose reel which the bagado lhave just parelhased from the Collingwood City brigado was on the platform anld was nicely trilnlnedl ip. It haas s been named the "I ue," andl we sin cerely trust that it will uphold its namme by heinng tlhe first to rescue from destnirction. The brigade numbers 15, memben onlder Captain Ml'Nee, Lieutenant D. Mteaing, for nan P. Dean, and apparatus olicer.T. lanly, aid have done fair wok- chsince they have started. The affair passed off very well, aitlhough a number of peenons grnimbles at Mr. A Thomas's ibail not potting in' an ap ipearance as engscnl, two geSotleein:preseint Messrs. Clark and Stcphensc, however volonl teercd, and deserve every prise for the mnati noer in whnlsh the plaaedl the munsic for the dances and aecolnpanim...

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

S v , CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, SErT. 27TH. (Before \Messrs. Oldfield and Whitclaw, Js.P.) .LouirLa Lawsodn.'eas pdrosected by the police for nmnking oe of obscene language within the hearing of the publice. The de. fendasit'ploe|lIl .thit slhte was stanlint on her own verandah when she made use of thl langnage complained of. The bench did not eept the plea. Fined IOs. with the option of 48 hours incarceration. ERRInG J ll1 , A cablman naed John Foster was sum moned by the police for leaving his licensed cornveyance onprotectcd in" the street. The defendant pleaded gnilty. Fined Os. dr 24 hours. Another cabman nuned Walter Peacock was summoned for a similar offence. The defendant did otdid not appear when called. A eonstable having proved the case the bench inhllictcd a? ine of 10.: with the alternative of 4S hours. A IA?AKERI AND I112S FOREMAN. A baker smoend Wen. Cooksley who car ries on business in 'Rlathdownestreet, sum moned his late foremin, Wnl. Butterson, for breach of agree...

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

.~ l.-H!)f RAILWAY i MEI TrING A imeltinog 'as held in the Fitzroy Toa'in Hall on Moniday evening last to disciss; the l'isaliility' of urging i the Mlioistcr of Rail?nys to adopt the direct line of "coir 'runieatioi to'the'cotytief place of the cir cuitous route from-Alphligton now pro posed. About 300 persons were prescot, including representatives fromt Northcote, Proston, Heidelberg, Alphington anod the other surroundilg districts. His Worship the Mayor oceopied. the chltir,, andtati-l' tlhat lie heZolled. thle ncethln ill conpli ance.o with a requisition presented to hilm signed hy severd of the cittcens;ad trutcst. that-.the ep ers wonul be given a.,fair mnd iimpartial hearing as it was very leodsir: alOotluhat'this' iiutiortant"suohjoct aho?ll be thoroughly ventilateal. The secretary to thie inhvemnett; M. Gadd,·Uriefly explained the objeets of.-the meeting, oandl called on Mr. J.,H.,Frescrto, explaii the detaild of the scheme. Mr. Fraser said that he, had 'ome $forwadvrl. ia...

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

F~r. E 1ttrronAroy, of Co tnUdq Gon:-eto.. 1i9 ecnog tio hut, ;Iaatof yIs'ýli" Mto k oh 4lroiIry, Ztnfl hO1~ef; t4 ýjdytoIy wa uehli{Pik n heay materi ula ,ii1mery; at; reduced ram.u Spccin4 'lines in venious departments,, veil worth ine. npniaotion. An the3 ertdibein.-.-pullny c,.arn a:emit sho iohl hll pantl a n Jee., bini 3niicltirs just peinn, intl tI~e iejrci 11ollowafasPills or.. the re.... n most ia replte for cnjug t.. n. nh6tifnrious imnaladoos h.Ibi aitack htmtnint whlen wect and cold weatlher gives pliac to nioro glonod tempor atures. It ohort. theo Pils necr fail to ofonl: relief in 'all? tlhndiaturhao1ý oo i! wulation,. digestionn .aeiju 4iq o ttOiitur ulhich attulc qt tuge vt 7 v4t tporioa of thio to Uiu an th:holeoneo. purify tr aa:~;yi it trengthening~n:potiarri 'xcrtedl~byp thceso: excellenlt ,Pilaf. the tongue -:.leeotnes' clean, the appetite imuipres, ndigctuio na.b niaukencd. no. nsnimuhation trnu loothalaot feet, voHllo a "'s:nO itg' i+` DluW 'Otll Tptc ittas co...

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

' : MUN ICIPAL'STATISTICS. . Someweeks ago Cr. Grigg calld for a statemeontin connection with the reveoue and finances of the city with the object of thoroogly satisf' ing linself as to the pos. sibility of working a nloan in Fitzroy without forther ireasiitlthIc rates. So an to rtn der this ironnformation moreom valuable and to place within the reach of the councillors and the citizens the best possible means of judg ing of our actual position we have obtaijod a statement of the fihnacial position of the burrounding' :inunicipalitiei shhowing the revenoe,"cxpenditure; and the loans, cur rent andpropoosed.' Frpln theseo figires it miay be'seen exactly' what couahe done; anti tliy.thyerefqri will be the' beat'test obtalin able as to' the feasability of a loan for Fitze roy. Tile figures will firther sh?o therates imposed by these 'municipalities and the work done out of the revenue, so' that the rtelpayers here can colmlpare tlheir burdnen with that born Iby residents elsewhere. In t...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XVI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

';, OiVR -STORY TELLIIIl. MIONA'S Oiilitiii. (o'il--.' .... .;ibaA? ov, C.Tr,.",h (iLItrgTl i I, (Coeidicil, I:..riA Iislll mockiiig lai1gh ctartlcl ihor'?fin : ? c-IIrdnctl l ii aIIl hir terltoo'glnnoare llllm 1 citldl'tlllei tite glnlnhiiig oyceof Wid Robin P-dW lt lll Iiiiier froil thlieo oert' f ih climb. 1-iit hg ro ttint flcl lhltickly iover the imrc?l ol I e '.Llbyi.d'dw ll l , ' g ,': ·;+: ill'? Ult APTBI,?I XV!I:."' • ''1- 1 ll,"i" .It ill A .I, it \ 11 , 'Ti Ieh111d'*tth' lll o+ lfnnedo llcomid i". ri ? d:b1tiiid fAhteirith i?eght of libhi'n t 1 t Il Ingl inblel Llcyd to' :<'r "'lli li icedI"fle y'oiiii~l' h y cilonchllig l< "t; imJi iml , bir iit hi hdeni tl ty e o fiim ci k. hEf caraflitule Io?o b arlllertbcl'ulth te vtibrhdil "''"silo011hi n e el tierko e d , lr,. lll"°l'l^" h l . q,. )(tetcicciiiic r iicdtbufdi.Ii ii crg" wcre 1imire e Iitcrlia btoid dc tbo bomi;to " ''il ti1 riii beolilil acsiiclion Ullo o]tlicltl teic"U iiir uiie -tcil bieepei l...

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

Q;I~N~NG .YEWlar .31fANfH, 23S S hVi1'I'1I .1` 0iri -WHV}bESA~LE LOTRIING COY., v1th~i 'klfF~eI Tol. s 01?F AUST'RALA. GEELONG r P TW E lly TRQUSERS FOItMIPtt PRIC,,IR.r Gd.. 1DREDUCED TO 10s. 6·i SUITS TO ORDER; 42s:;d. , .t OPE;N1ŽO NhiW UhtANOlI, 238 SMITII HTIUIET1 ,oOLL1INIWOOD. *Oppohtu NioIo Palaoc, ood adjoiing the \lonlo do Plate Loan wll Ulleoent Cowopony. TO f`HH PUBLIO.-Oeving to (Ito geocrooo support, recrivelo houlr tho ullllihlIBtIte gerot tol rlohllcVi tuccr n we no hate wlt with, hos iiiduced tIt Cootiyivi to tilfiunttir ioereooo ltheirenlerprioo ty.olouieg a NNEW 1iANO1I AT3'l'I,? il'TIt S'T'INK'l', O LLINO WOOD, oppositto tu Colilo Palace. in oo Ttiit we furl toolidet no are noticipntilg tIhoe wonl of oor mlony " Coll gowood ood littroy roatotejoer, frotii olooi wo Ildpo to receive 1to1 sOolo lithert llitijort to the futuro that toe publio tre ktindly henstowid lplon t0 in thlo pat. We ole n tlling tINIJ E (ICAIIMENTI ot 11VI1OLESALE' PIU(E$, r111d owing to the li...

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

AND .SUAIME SEASON. 1DWAIl) CORNEiLL line newteplaselstro In n55550n51ing tint ho i ) ino iV ig hiss . p I l S''1 1) I .1 L AY, , B SPRING GDGDS Uensapa ing tiso LEADINQ NOVELTIES" thaigli in Carpeti neaes Lnco l ti to ldOn irnls td to the prtnted SattsB, Oaimbrlbs, Zoppiyrs, n., cahich are i 'coie nodentiely All snarked sOLOWEiT 'CASH P'RICES. An early call, iersntftlly icigncstei;--' ROCHESTER HOUSE Nowy Osnob Drapery Warehouse, Conic of Smith, nni Peel Slenaeta, CO 1 . IN(I IV 00 D, Also na hlATIIii'F llOlJSih, ecrier Queenabenry ni)l Alnmhrlnn Stn., CAlLIfTON. @'Nl 1: 1 1111 S'IIIISR'I 1SSr AND A Yhh:h JIOU I(K STPH~EET IAS'J'. ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S No, 4, IN SPLENDID CONDITION, On an·ran(IIIrATIIR NATIONAL HOTEL, )iilUNSWlICIC S'rseuiTi I ACe pIenandy 5)rinken ,lnl mt t),ot Bao. sienno I070, an onltainedi at thn Na" tieunl Imm)l, Is inmnqanllnmi. Wttica, Whiskimos W,1gee, nsad RuIm. nar o1i msale, onut of bnawi Iby Iltn proprlltor of TIME NATIONAL HOTEL. OUo af Allnocks'a heat Ta...

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

: NOTICE OF REMOVAL. S C O T T, BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, Has l Reoved to . 197, GERTRUDE: STREET. Twodoors fromGore-street. Almostopposito old place. Ladies' Gents' and Children's Boots & Shoes " in Stock or Made to Order. Repairs neatly and promptly crutelted., OTICE OF REMOVAL. S uMR.- . M'LEAN, who for the past twenty years has carried on S business as a , PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, ..At 139 Brnswick Street, HAS REMOVED : To those new and commodions premises 'ALMOST OPPOSITE. Next the Bank of Victoria. E. rtO os s E .1, SFAMILY BUTCHER, : (Late with W. Alexander, Gertrude-street,) Corner of - NAPIERand LITTLE CHARLES STUIErf. M S. F E R GU S ON, 9, Jon.xox S~Srlnrr, Frrznor, S (Near Nicholson-stret.) Furnishing Draper, Ilies and Children's lUereotm Baby Linen; Cos tumes, -inafores, &e. CASI TItctE, TIIERENRE CHcAr. One Trial will suffice. DRESSMAKING - AND -MILLINERY Done on the Premises with Dispatch. C. S." C O RR M I. C K, . 1;. GERTRUDE STREET,' (OrrocsIT CCALTOs CLvn...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

MONA'S CURSE. CiLu. ;XVI. (Continued)•. A harlsh, mocking laugh startled her from ,herdream. and her terrific glance anround showed her tle gleaming ees of Wise Robin Swatching her from'the'orert 'of 'the climl' ing roses that hung thickly over the porehof S Eran Lloyd's dwelling': CHAPTER 'XVII. "Tuel shriekos'with which lli aude Deamond s'rent the air; as she" caught leeht of Robin's, S menacing riaisa ,l biought Rachel Lloyd to : ' herdoor. '? ' . ' '' She found' the 'younn lady crohching on . the' ronnd, her dyes' hidden in tihe folds of ' : her crf,' and so bewildered with terror that ... ;?al 'not enk coherently. * ."olinld qoietly emerged from his lhiding-. ldace, all sas looking vacantly down Upone the terrltieso girl as he stool beside her. "WVhat ails loei " qush eried Mrs. Lloyd,' Sddresing the qlnestion to him when lshe ouhld get noanswer from Maude,-- what Sails her, fellow'" "Whet aiis' her? Look ye, now ; y mast boc def and blind, an' ye cannot tell . tato itlhontaski...

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

ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY S " AND.INLUENCE. (BRt R. C. MH.LERt,;" LiORIATI, FInzoY 1 Pr, ue Lrns .?-i. (Continued froin our last). i.My History ofv Englond has Leto ' coei ofiths'bf them i 'dificollt M.S.S, adi ihn half a dozen languages. I have been nnable to trust printed copies, for the M.S.S. oftenc tellstories whleh the printed versions leave nioce.led.. I lav :lil .onasble to trust copyists. I liave retd everytling myself. I have, ntool extracts from papers which I mnight never see'aoaesoid time. I" hive had to iounlmsc ainga iijtotneutenc., to.,trans. ltte, to'anlyse, and have to dloejlendeitirely' on my oln 'transcription. Un cr such co-' dliiiitot is'imlosniltle for m3 to' ahiisner that oi, ireference his been isplaced, andl ino inverted comma fallen to the wrong words. I have dont my Lest to be exanctid no initer cai uindertake more. In passing from my iotes to. my written comnpositions, from my coipositioas to print, from one condition to another, tte utmostitroe will...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

SPORTING- foTB S. CRICK'F. The tirst annual mneeting of thie Young Imperial Cricket Club was held, on Friday ..l insat., whLen the followrug nicers nTere -lietemi for thu ca.un :--rmrlident, J. Rlo man1 Vipop eaidlent, Capt. HIollintsworth; Captain, J. t'oly : Vice-aptain. It. N'cil : Traurer, . Browrn,. and Scrertary, J. Gray. u:, ATCIIPS I-On TIII DbY. SRainlnbow, club elreven,v Saehuilio C?non. In Darling , Gardens:,. The. fo!iownri are seledeted to play for the formnner :--Band. Aust,--Finlayaun, Fuller, Gidley. HyLndl,, Knott, McIntyre, Pcthtehrldgou ltowles and IHanesby: :" . Fitzroy Alrt, uetp elueven,. o - Stonoa Saah. Factlary. li, Rihelnmol Padldock. Altit?t team-Callaghan, .lonemm, lMaddox, Mclionald, Nornmn, Timmu, Forhbe Long -Iuttom, uIcNab, IL ~ewlwrdl-anm Qulint. Emnergcnries-llldgee, -W. Tod, * and ]. Kinmm: . : : . '" Young Imnpeialr . FoNmthner Park. At Suatlt Ya'ra.. The flwluning rill' rerr ent, :tl `u n amu Ilperial :-Foley, Neil, le i-,gw, Solomon and Ferg ou....

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

FANCY DRESS BALL. Thle annual fan3 dress bali of the original Fitzroy Private Quadrille Assembly took place in the Fitzroy Town Hall on I ednes day evening, anld must be pronounced ai unoqualified succese. Between SO and 100 couples were present, and spent a very plea sant evening's dancing to the excellent Iunsic supplied by Zeplin's Quadrille Banld, whose abilities are so well known that comment is needless. The catering arrangemeuts by M1r. Olhlenrott were all that could be desired while the many little details were success. fully arranged by the committe, who exerted themselves in every possible manner to in crease the comforts of all present. The cos tumes were a varau l and clrharming is amy previous ldll we hare attended, and certainly reflected great credit on the tastes of the many fair wearers, ands thercharacters as sumed conprisedl inost al' the dilfferent phases of earthly happiness. An ahoriinal in earnest sonversation with King iichard III., an esthetic Chinaman whe, ...

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

, IPRING AND SUMMER SEASON. 'EDWARD`I .CORNETL S : H much pleasure in announcing that . . he is now.making his FIRST DISPLAY :NEW1 SPRING: GOODS Comprising the LEADING NOVELTIES New design inCar? , Crtoannes, Lace Curtalns, &c. Special attention is directed to the Printed Satteen~,, Cambrics, Zephyrs, &c., which are very choice and entirely New Platterns. 1 All marked at LOWEST CASH PRICES. .An crly cull respectfully reuested. = ROCHETER HOUSE 'New Cash Drapery Warehouse, Corner of Smith and Pcel Strects, COLLINGWOOD, L Also at MIADELINE HOUSE, corner Qucunaberry and Madeline Sts., CARLTON. '205 BOURKE STREET EAST. ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S No. 4, IN SPLENDID CONDITION, ON DLrIITT A TIIE SNATIONAL HOTEL, BRUNSWICK STREET. T1 ARK Brandy Drinkers admit that Bar rU ason's 1570, as ol,tained at the Na tional Hotel, is unequalledl. Brandies, Whiskies, Wines, and Rum, are all taken out of hond by the proprietor of THE NATIONAL HOTEL. "ILL.AoDS: One of Allcock's Best Tables. Sing...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, SEPT. 30th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 September 1882

SATURDAY, SEPT. 30th, 1S82.' S . 'T Royall ArCde, I3ourke-street, has been lighted with the electric light. Mr. J. E. Burke's annual ball will'take plae'at'tlie Idocdl Tono Halion tlhe 17th October., " J - , -' The Swiss Villane Fancy Fair which opens at the Emteihld 1ill Town Hall this evening, p~ro!ises to b a grl s ccess. "'Wc olserat'thatthle Rev: Robert Dey has returned from Sydenyc;and resumnes duty in the Victoria Parade Church to-morrow.:: The Powlett Football Club held their fifth annmal concert at the Atheioum Hall on Thursily evening anid vna a. decided snc tes. ie.l ,i. . The Pitzroy police rulire alln owner for a roll of Ibrowcn hollaod, foond in the posses: sion of a womanlnaneld:Ellen .nayc?s,.ho was arrested by Constable Brennon. The inieting which was held on Monday evening resulted in an unanimously large majority in favor of the direct line of railway from Fitzroy to Melbournle. Miss. Emilio MIelville is suing Mcssrs. TWillianmson, Garner, and 3Musgrove fir breach...

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

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. Monday, September 2th. (Before Mr. Alley, P.I., and Messrs. Mars- den, Robb and Raen, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.   Alfred Lablry, William Tobin, James Partridge, George Donaldson, Charles Nor- ten, Elizabeth Downey, Margaret Mameire, Thomas Ryan, James Kay and Jances yons were severally charged with the aorve offence. Downey and Ryan were discharged. The othera wcre ealh ordlered to pay as., or in default go to gaol for 24 hours. IwSr'LTIe: NEHII.lt'IIrO. Daniel Cudmore was charged with insult- ing behaviour in a public place. The evi- dence was conclusive. Fined 10s., with the option of 48 hours incarceration. OIUSCEE -lA M; E .O James lal..ain, for making use of obscene language witLin the hearing of the public, was fined £10, or in default three months in gaoL RF.MA.IJEI). Charles lRoue pleaded guilty to a charge of having stolen a watch and chain the pro pety of anan named s elkdford. On the application of the police the prison...

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