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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 26 February 1876

NIL 'DESPERANDUM. A CERTAIN CURE EFFECTED BY TAMING AUMONT'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS Tile remedy will be found very benefotal in casoes 'of Rheumatism. Rheumatio Gout, Lumbago, and indeed all those Rhoumatic affections so nearly allied to them, suoh as painful affections of the nerves, Swelling and Enlargement of tho Joints (particularly those of the feet and hands) Flying pains, ocasionally hffecting all parts of the system, which usually terminate by fixing in some of the largo Joints of the limbs, as the wrists, knees, shouluers, and hip joints. .It.ocontains neither calomel antimony, nor any other mineral or obnoxious substance, its compesi tion being entirely of a vegetable nature and per fectly harmless. - Sold in boxes at Is., 2s., and Os. Gd. each. TESTIMONIALS. Medical Hall, Ohilwell. Mr. AUMONT.-Dear Sir.-Please forward me, at earliest convenidnco, one dozen boxes of yodr Gout and Rheumatio Pills. Iamhappyto say their success is legion. I enclose you testimonials from par...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOREIGN VIEWS OF THE SUEZ CANAL PURCHASE. (L'Union—Paris, Nov. 20.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 26 February 1876

FOREIGN : VIEWS OF THE SBUIf CGANAL PURCHABSE, (UHthion--Pars, 2Nov 0.) By this ,coup de'.tkMcti@ i;Eglitnd resumes t iut active policy :,whicI Y plio seemed to have abandoned since the Crimean iwr. ; 'She takes her place again in the aflhirs of the world; she shows, inshort, that she, must always be takeh into anecount. Soine say that she his 'clangecd her polioy. We do riot think so; on the ocontrary, we think that she hds oloeyed.hie' old traditions witlh ,r~o 'skilil and ontancy'. Shie hals changed her pouids, but not her policy, like the great nations which obey their traditions, and are influenced by, thohi; roe national inteorsts. (Jouraal de Paris-Parle Nov. 28.) rTin bold course' idopted by the Con servative Cabhfiot will cortalhily hb very advantageous to it in Parliamenot, and with public opinioa. We have'often said that England was beginning to be 'weary of the nullity of hr 'part in the afTlahs of the' world. She doeircd to return to that stago of for'elgn politics. She...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXXVI. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 26 February 1876

: I OIKAPT R'XXxV;. .' zU iE man, uhdier thirty years of age,. and lwearing a. shabby frock-coat, ]ay dozisigly stretched on the side of a snii'd road within half a; mile's walk of 3 elb?iwie. The tinme was' albout noii , borrath'r,'past, and the stinwas striking ?flercely on the slumberer, by the side of whose' head was d'half empty, foul ineerschaium pipe,' which seemed to 'hd?`'fallef from the imai's'miouth as lie dropped off. to sleep; .a supposition :which[i, was; confirmed to another, who ,stood by, watching him with an ox presslon of coptemlt on his counten a-ncd, by 'the: motion of the "sleeper's ?tps, .'~"'ich. movied anl sticked' and .ppfued wiithperseverance and regularity: He was probably dreaming. We have 'often ''seen anr idfaent thus enjoying, in '"fdid r0~fagination, its natiutil sustenance. Maybe the same idea crossed the mind of the watcher, who 'expressed his . opinion" ,in: no very complimentary 'tdrmsat-' "Pretty babbyl'pretty babbyl Ugly babby I'Ugl I" The. las...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXXVII. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 26 February 1876

. CHAPTER XXXVII. A r?w days after, the!occurrenco noted in our last chapter, an array of horses -three of them accoutred with, side. 'risddles-one of these being 'Mercy Mdtson's sleek and nibible-footed little Fairy-rinight-have been seen ;tethered .to, the:rrailings which separated the ,trim ;lawyn of;,Mr. Bracy's residence from ,the adjoining meadow-land. Three other of 'tlie 'animals 'wore "ordinary eiddles, and across the back of a 'eventh were slung and fastened a pair 'of moderately sized baskets, 'indicating a supply of provisions for a party bound pon a distant oxcursion-probably one of pleiture. . i r SProcedings i the Ibrakfast room of lHuntei"s' Creek Station would have conflr med the conjecture. The ladies of the party ?Verei Already attired for the journey i, and their attendants were ,jlisusslng,,the route they'were to take, conperi'nig which reference was made to ii; lih owu', as umphre and guide. ' :i' D';oi 'kiowi every step of the way hatt,'r tihan 'I can pretend ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FLUTE-PLAYER. A TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 26 February 1876

SA TALE. HARRY JONES 'was one of the smartest young men of the village in "which he was born. 'His parents were industrious and contented; andh h hin'self was of that active and cheerful disposition which ddrives a pleasure from habitual employiente, add requires no excitc ment of vice or folly 'in' 'the hours of leisure. Harry Jones was by trade d cabinetmaker. Ho was a skilful and ingenious workman, and his master delighted .to exhibit the tables, and drawers which Harry manufactured, as the best specimens of his workshop. He'lived in a small town, to which the refinement of largb societies was almiost entirely unknown. 'Onh a summer evening he might be distiniguished on a neighboiring'green' as'the best bowler at cricketi and at the aniiual revel ho could try a' fall with any lad of the suirrounding villages. But- his chief delight' was his profiolenicy as "a" 'flute. player.' He miadd l iimself nmastý e 'of the newest 'coiiutry-dances- and occa. sioidlly astonished hi6 frle'id6 ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 26 February 1876

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF COLLING WOOD. I HEREBY give iotice that the number of votes recorded for the several candi dates at the election hold this day was: James Mirams ... ... ... 2449: Godfrey Downes Carter ... ... 1280 William Gaunson ...... 367 And I therefore declare that JAMES MIRAMS has been ELECTED a member of tho Legislative Assembly for the Electoral Distriict of Collingwood. Diatid this 22nd of February, 1876. BENJN. WOODHEAD, J.P. Returning Officer. ELECTORAL NOTICE. E LECTORS' RIGHTS for the East and West Fitzroy Divisions for the Legis lative Council andAssembly maybe obtained at the Registrar's office, 187 George street, Fitzroy, from 5 to 8 p.m., any evening up to 1st March. J. DUKE, Registrar. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. .REWARD, R2,,2s.. THE above REWARD will be paid to any one who will gird uch'INFORMATION as will lead, to.the CONVICTION of the person or persons taking fencing from Reilly street, at Hoddle street bridge. By order, . ALEX. McNAUGHTON, City Clerk. City Clerk...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 26 February 1876

GENERAL NOTICE. LTHE Mercury is published every Saturday . Morning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their place of businesd or residence will be charged is. per quarter, payable in advance; by post is. Gd. per quarter. ? The quarter commences on the first Sat urday in the months of December, March, Juno, and September. The Editor will be obliged for inform ation-moro spocially. relating. to local. mdferq. o SCALE FOR ADVERTISING i Businecss.Cards, .per quarter, from ..,.7s...6d.. Official and Election Advertisements, each insertion, per inch ... 2s. Gd, Want places, Servants, Hdusosan'd Land for Sale or to Lot, Articles for; Sale or Exchange,:;Miscel laneous, Midsing Friends, &o., Os. Gd. Notices of Births, Deaths, and Marriages ... ... ... s. Od. To ADVEaTISEns.--Noic to witlhdraw advertisements must be given in writing. IHE Mfercur can be obtained from any of I the following agents :-Subscription Is. peorquarter. G. CAnNELL i... :167 ;Smith street....

Publication Title: Mercury
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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. AnrSTrACT of births and deaths registered in the metropolitan and suburban distriots during the week ending Feb. 10, 1876. District, Births. Deaths. Brighton.. ... ... 2 4 Brunswick , .., 6 2 Collingwood .., 22 18 Fitzroy (North) ... .. 18 5 Flemington ... 1 Footscray ... ,, 4 1 Hawthorn ... ... 0 1 Iow . ... ... 2 22 Melbourne (South) .. 8 17 Melbourne (North) , 86 17 Melbourne (West) 8 2 Prahran ... ... ... 12 15 Richmond ,.. ... 10 8 Sandridge ... ... 18 Emerald Hill ... ... 12 2 South Yarra ... ... 7 0 St. Kilda...,, ... ... 5 8 Williametown .... ... 0 1 173. 186 The deaths ascribed to scarlot favor amount to 18. Of the total deaths 60, or 50'7 per cent., were children not qxceeoding the ago of 3 years, 560 being under the age of one year. SMALL-lox MAmxKs A PAssPOnT TO HEAVEN.-According to the Tot? u cEf Mondo, the population of Yucatan amounted to 000,000 in 1848; two years afterwards it was reduced to 800,000, partly in con sequence of th...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAPULET V. YARRA YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

APULET V. YARlIA YAdlRA." ' This match was' began on Saturday last, a great number of persons being present to witness the game. The captain of the: Yarra Yarra 'won: the toss, and sent the Capulet to the wickets, who werei rep resented thereat, firstly by Waugh and Hodges. Mel. Rowe at one end, and Samp son at the other, started, the bowling for the Yarra Yarra. J. Hodges was soon bowled by Rowe. 1-0-0. Bice took his place, and played very steadily for some time, when Waugh was caught by Baker; off Sampson.. 2-8-21. J. Whiteoak filled the breach, and made 7, duiing the gettinig of which,,Rowe was taken off, and ý., Cody, pu?on. Whiteoakowas bowled by p mpsaon., 3-7-38. G. Whiteoak stejped to tl?e 'crae': aminidst 'gre'atfcheers . Whin'the sodrd rdchld 48, Bice' was' well thrdwzi o~t, by Mont. Rowe, 'ha'vinig 'totted upl 'a good score.- '4-22--43. T. Maloney filled his place; and before 'he ,parted company with G, Whiteoak; had made 24against a varietyi of bowlers, till at last Cody...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POETRY. CONTENTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

POETRY. CONTENTMENT. "I am content with what I havo, Little be it or much. And Lord, contentment still I crave, canusoe thou savost such." "The Shepherd boy" BUNYAN. I long for the good day's of old, When furzo bushes beauteous as gold, The livelong and clear summer's day, Cheered the traveller lone on his way; And when troubles salt tears did trace, Deep furrows all down the face, 'Twas then, that a true friendly voice, in cadences rich, sweet, and choice, With sympathy, poured forth a lay, And touching sweet music did play. The melody, Oh it was clear! It charmed away all hideous fear, It filled the soul then, with peace, And bade all heart sighing to cease. Yes, I think of the good old time, When life was then full in its prime; But alasl these days are all past Away, swift as a cold winter's blast. Oh where shall I turn now or goP Yet my tears; cease, cease yet to flow, For I will not, I may not despair, But offer my evening prayer To Him who in mercy will hear, While quickly de...

Publication Title: Mercury
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THE MURMURING RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

THE MURMURING RIVER. FALLINO over, And silent never, Thou hurriest by. Now softly flowing, And brightly glowing, And clearly showing, Thy waters lie. Through meadows bending, Sweet flowers are sending Their breath, and lending Thy wave perfume. Thy myrtle covers, Thy banks and lovers, As evening hovers, Are in its gloom. And lilies swelling With dow, and smelling Of morn, and telling Their leaves below. No fairest flower, In bush or bower, So takes the h'nower, And soents it so. Dark eyes are flashing, And fair hands dashing Thy foam, and splashing The bubbles fly. So murmuring river, Falling over, And lilent never. Thou hurriest by, J , P.

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THE IMPERIAL VIOLET. (ARGOSY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

TIlIE IPERiAL VIOL.ET. (ABoosY.) IT was on leaving France for Elba that he said " I shall return with the violets," and this little sentonce-a morofacon do parlor, as it would seem -was sufllolent for his friends and sympathizers. Violet rings and violet ribbons wore worn publicly by the Bonapartists as a party distinction, while Napoleon himself was spoken of and toasted as Caporal, or .~apa la Violotte. "Almez.vous Ia Violotto? ? was the question by which a sympa thizer might be known, A simple reply in the affirmativo indicated that the rosponder was ignorant of the schemes for tho restoration, while' the answer, "Eh bienl elle reviendra au printemps,", was, the sign of a con federate. A favorite picture represented a small group of violets so arranged ,thut in their outlines the profiles of Napoleon, Marie Louise, Wand the IKing of Rome could be traced by the initi ated,, or the profile of Napoleon alone wasi exhibited, with the motto, "I1 revicidra: au printempls" Byron, in his...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

X'PORiD STREET CbOQ1NiEGAIAOr*A U'OIiCOH, '"Mornin'g at/VIlvenjilEwv-1 ning at2Sdven b'olock, Ji yj ',v i~a,. J i)l,, 90.y Ir s , FIro . Class1 s re1 NClU %. Tr-IostEiotuA' oLn 'apbl daftia."'" r','I V l ui iuit l <lilll *,edllItl b 111 i ll tlllhlili r l'II.i p,9,,1)EDMQoi AL.7e fpu iol l doe redd t o tore setorn niOffl IS 1 ll ,, ;i.' ,;r ' , 11. 1 .ill lit.I l ilt _Tb*" i aS±io'iat;2 ll I2 odll l ll .in ,thi ll. on y. ' 5 1_4 f i i" In Half and One Gallon Jars. ay fromi 'i' )lt I I1iili lt3 li'lli.l'. Ill 111iii I " 1"; G'EdR'GE "BARKER, ',i II Miifll'lat shdp,' Oblinw6t Atide.l, d',liil'/f 1 *II. i * Ivw s t i v n .1:a) l v.i l iiint iEORGE, ST, STA-TE, 80HOOL, i 1 NO.28 1(hold'in 1MdHorsfalls promiees) I r Io Ii ,'qu2 ?9If 114' Girls. jAH e'ldfit at if6"f hBtpp an t dingwplo . ,harseoldhbb armmodci nt sevent o~slook;.4u P#.,I. O;'IAHA, Illeadltehohqr. ý'pi;tio thdbtilV k 7i~' ditttoh;held'it, MtiOoti ~tli llu&in sd ltrirdi6' tli 21s. it., J, i,,n lii wi .JAIi...

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PATHOGENIA, OR MORBIFIC EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

PATHOGVENIA, OR MQRBIZFI EFFERUo?'S OP ALOOHOL. Extracts from the, Eustonian didactic cartoons, now oh. exhibition at 'Mr.' Collins, Collingwood. Arcade, , and at the Mercury office; demonstrative of God Nature's teachings ,in health and disease of soul and body. (No.. 7.) ".Even as' yo sow, in like manner shall. ye reap." . Every artificial:oxhilarant,, .irritant, or, unnatural excitement, sooner or later, inevitably induces an exactly corresponding degree of subsequent prostration, depression, and decadence of arterial, or vital pulsation, a physical law (assimilating that of the flow and ebb of tidal waters) never to be ignored, more especially when alcoholic stimuli are about to be introduced into the system, either hygienically by the medical scientist, .or deleteriously throughmischief workipglicentiousness, or depraved appetites of sinning in dividuals themselves. In common with the red-fire, its material analogue ardent spirit, though a good servant, becomes straightway meta...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

,PUBLISHED, EVERY SATURDAY, . S" Labo oni ~ incit.... . TO CORTRESPONDENTS. Reojected communications cannot be returned under ans circumstances whatever. No notice can be taken of anonymous com cmunications. Everiy letteD must 'be accom panied 'byl the name 'and address of the writer, not necessarily for. publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. To avoid inconvenience and delay to persons interested we have to request that all business communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GRIrFITH & SPAVEN, and not to ' the EDTon. ' AnDV RT IzBEtENT?; in all, Cdses, to be prepaid. Letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns should be addressed to the Editor. SATURDAY, MAR. 4;, 1876. TnE prosont. condition of the Legis lative Assembly must,be matter of.. the deepest cbhcern to all serious Victorians. It is with the 'sincerest'regret that we are conpelled to cocldoide 'that the 'House 'has sunk' ...

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FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) CHAPTER XXXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

FRANK LAYTOiV.' (AN AUSTRALIAN sTORY.) BY G, E. SARGEANT. (Vero "4LaBsuna5 IIoUI,") OIIAPTER XXXVIII. 'VInE plain of table-laud upon which our party of pleasure seekers now entered, was impressive from its bar ronness and loneliness. But for the presence of grass trees scattered over the plain--themselves an unfailing indication of poverty of soil-it would have seemed as though all vegetable life was in that quarter extinct. Some of those plants were, for the species, of extraordinary size and height, From a Sslingle rough stem, nearly a foot in ,diameter, rising from the ground above the heands of our riders, spread a largeo cluster of fibrous foliage, bearing some distant resemblance to the eastern palm tree, though possessing none of its generous qualities; and from the centre of this foliage arose a flower-stem like a tall straight spear, terminating in its dull and unprofitable flower. Others, in an earlier stage of vegetative ex istence, presented thick stemless bos ses of lon...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

. R: K E RS HAW. Family Grocer and Provision Merchant, SLANCASHIRE STORE, HODDLE STREET (corner Gipps street). Families waited on for orders. Eggs and Fresh Butter from best dairies. Mrs. J. WATSON, FAMILY GROCER, 'WINE "AND . SPIRIT MERCHANT, ' iPEEL ST., Collingwood. Late of No. 1. The; Junction Cheap Grocery Mart. H. ? i J. WINSTONE, :Tea Dealer, Grocer, ,Ai. {PROVISION MERCHANT, Corner of Young and Webb Streets, '" " FTZROY. M. 'BYRNE, TAILOR, 69 VICTORIA PARADE, . EAsT CoimN?WOOD. (Next the.New Bendigo Hotel) i'entlemen's own material made up. HUNT'S HAT FACTORIES, 186 SMITH ST., opposite Woods' Timber Yard. EVERY description?of Hats and Caps 10 Spler cent. less than in Melbourne, Prices=-Super?ine black Paris hats, 12s. 6d. extra, 15s 6d. N.B.--Ths trade supplied with hatters'" materials of all kinds cheap. MECHANICS' .HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, 20 & 22 Bourke-st. east, nearly opposite the Post Office, Melbourne. First-class accom modation for boarders and up-.country visit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

Advertisement receioed too late for Olassification. TOWN OF FITZROY. NOTICn OF INTPNTION TO MA I AN OnDINIRd RATs8 NO1OTICE is horoby given that it is the in. tontion of the Council of the Town of Fitzroy, at a Speolal Mooting of the Council of the said Town, to be holden in the Counoil Chamber, in the Town Hall, Napior street, Fitzroy, on FRIDAY, the 10th day of March, 1876, at 7 o'clook p.m., to make AN ORDINARY RATE OF FOURTEEN PENCE IIALFPENNY in the Pound; on the ratable value of all assessable property within the Town of Fitzroy, for the year ending the 80th September, 1870. An estimato showing the amount of money required in respeoot of which the said Council is authorisod to expond the Town Fund, the sums already and oestim ated as available for such purposes during the said year, the rateable value of the property assessablo with a statomont of the proposed rate on each pound of such value necessary to raise the money, deposited for inspection 'at the Town Clerk's ofilceO F...

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FITZROY—THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

FITZROY-THUSnDAY, MARwr 2nd. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., T. Kidney, Woodhead, M'Lean, and Marsden. The Town Clerk of Fitzroy applied for permission to place the names of a few persons on the electoral roll, who had been accidentally left off. The names of the persons are, Greig, Jackson, Kelson, Lush, reston, and Madden. The Police Mangis trato granted the application. A similar application from Jika was also granted. Woollatt v. Woodlook.-This case was adjourned from Monday the .28th ult., to allow for the production of two milk cans, said to be illegally detained by Woodlook. Two cans were produced in court by Wood. look, which Woollatt swore were not the cans detained from him. The. bench or dered the restoration of the cans, with one guinea costs, but would allow no costs in the assault case which was dismissed on Monday last. Wilson v. Irving.-The plaintiff demand ed the sum of 10s, being charge for an en gagement from twenty minutes to seven, to twenty minutes to eleven, d...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, FEB. 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 March 1876

COLLINGWOOD, TuIuDAY, Fn,. 20th. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Morgan (Mayor), Walker, and W. Kidney. A young lad named William Fritz was charged with insulting behaviour towards a man named John Mort, The insulting behaviour complained of was tying strings to the knocker of complainant's door. The Chairman said practical joking of that kind should be put down. Fined s,. James Stewart Brown was charged with neglooting to pay for the support of his child. Defendant said he was perfectly willing to pay as soon as he earned suffl. ciont money. Ho said, "I was laid up for a fortnight," and complained that he was arrested at Sorronto, whore he had " got a steady job of work," Ordered to pay 7t Od a week. Elizabeth Prince v. Phillip Newton. Insulting language. Dismissed. Same v. Margaret O'Shanassy.-Assiult. The evidence was very contradictory, and the case was dismissed. *'ownend v. Townend.-Assault.' No appearance of defendant. Warrant for his arrest ordered to issue. Martin v. Mulhur...

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