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

REDUCE-IY P RGES !!! PREMIER TAILORS O AUSTRALIA '. / GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS FORMER PRICE, 12s. Gl. REDUCEfD 1)TOIE1: 6D. SSUITS TO ORDER, 4"' G &d..- , .. 'z ,.a OPENING NEW BRANCIH, 38 SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD. Op Coirce Palace, anmitadjoining the MontleMc Picte Loain mid Discount Company. ,TOTHE PUBLIC..-Owing to the generous support, receivd.'froum the public, ndI the grenat and unrivalled success we hiaveinet,with, has iiiducn&l the CompaIny to still further ric rease their enterprise by, opening a N.EW, BRANCH AT2"$" SMITH STREB~', COLLINGWOOD, opposite the Coflee Palace. lut.soloing. we feel confident we are anticipating'thfi waints of: our. hiany Collingwood and Fitzroy-customers, from whom ie hope to' receive the ,same lilberal sulqortrP t ,e future that the pulblic have kindlyi bestowed upon us in th e p a s t.- ' • . . . . . We are selling SINGLE GARMENTS at :WHOLESALE PRICES, ,id owing to the liberal patronage bestowed upon us by~a Discernin Public ve ar...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, OCT. 7th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

SATURIIAV, OUP. 7th, 1882. TrATr "knowledgo is power" Is ane axiom all the world over, and every effort to Improve theo general stalardt of knowledge in this colony should meet with the hearty npproval anld cooperation not only of thile phlic ut oroe especially of the press, whoseo ucc?sa mainly deplens on the intelligent apprecia lion of thie conlllunity. ?V lately referred to the Woitking Mane' Collego movement at presenlt oni foot, ndt weonr extroemely pleased to see that it Is meettig with success, anll engaging the sympoathy of the very clasesa that it is proposed to beIelit. Its great use will ie to impart advanced techlcal know lodge to nrtisannsand mcchanica; knowledge of suh a charancter that it will improve their mechanical skill, reonder thei capable of bet tering their social position, ned materially assist them in their daily work. Of a kinll dredl natue to aneach n institution as this, are tie Schools of Design 'renely established in varlone partsn f tiu colony. We hln...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 2ND. (Before Messrs. Robb and Raven. Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

pOLIOE INTELLIG1E 10E. FITZROY COURT. Maangv, Onratma lair * "(lifora Iessra. IRuhh, aml taven. Jl.P.) S DtllaaK a.ND Bttrtit'ttal'.Y Juam 'ilayto', ,liniip ldonria, Thoa.'n 'd|ggnaltd .Malry Mlaguinawar an'm ?ncally ahargcd w ith tim .lnvn olfa!ln. -/larzta wan tHnid ;. (hi, witht . O?t, xpnlanna, thime rha aaro'llichanrge.l. t:ar + l .Tlan IPf.tVIOITII. ta·,orapth Scaphcnr we .lwirr o mthn wit h Inll-lt l'g blllaioulr ian hplbla plncu.. Ar t lnu - drirce waa nat lanito onatlvsa tlh primnar Alfred Jcllieron war thargel with iantlng I h;havignr hi t Ini? oat thi 7Ratiori aIarl, wlrlnr" af' Rea] awlll aIa.+trfe'a, arll rli ray, at Imlt put ta6 6'ahourh*iia'itdrla3 awrning. Canatalnae Cahlll anwl llawart 1oncda th alltaul?a. . :; ·? :, , m.?AI:Tnr(I Ttln l'rl·ewtt. 'T' haau rapriiauair waa 'nll r? url~t aw . Boultfo$ CowtIflo Cahi ftftdtwnd fortitor ohir.ol JII?1 to atlllig Ollootnle Sto'atnrt, 1)oth'conttntfofl Inolg lt tho bxooltlon of tilr:dtlty. 'llto Ihooch llfflef. n fife of 20a...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, OCT. 3RD. (Before Messrs. Turner, Marsden, Barnet and Peters, Js.P.) A VALUELESS CHEQUE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

S COLLINGWOO COURT. . T 'i'aie.ur, oa'. 3aa. 1 (belore Maessr. Trilnr,' Marudon, larictri, satad Peters, Js, P.) AVALaTaaLa.M CIIIaQ. - Rudolpia Wheeler nas brought ip oa It: !;, malod charged f ith obtainlong i onfoy nanr- a goods frolal d 'soa. athdlowl atnl Tarilhn +t... olfmlthl-Alont, Cil8 Nvool, by amonao 'ofU valuelesn hequleo T rion pleonar plaedal." guilty and complained that the olargo In:-: :ot beeon laid bgaonst him at an earlier datn-;; lio hand donao two sciatcnna0 ofno na ontl:-:al canol for ahnitr offences anlld if ie had lbee;!).': prosecntel'at lthIo ana taai'ifactheo one!m ,to., wnitlh whlich Io was now clmarged, it was pr -nro lablo tlnt lhis sentences maighat haven beer ,adlo ooncrrant, nad.tlamt lie woall loa al' to leave this coaatry io Iao was nanoJat aalo. to do.;i.Iareplyv to thl bach laI snld I,; i' wishal to bb' allt r withli anmnalily?Tih'i a +,a wonrshlpa lnflictad a cntenco of tahreeamonC" an:.. Impriaqnment. A littla gil apjai'cltly aat It ' tor. ang ...

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A GRIEVANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

A GRIEVANCE. TO THE EDOrRu OF THE F 1TZ'or10? c'LI I'HR:F. SIIm,-Allow me space in your journal to d?aw attention to a practice no?- in vogue with a number of youths in the neighblorhoodl of Fitizry and Al.luo-htrent, viz., that of. barting the leighlurs cats with ,log, the dliog worrying thle nts to dheath, which is no doullt eimsilerdl by the youthls as c?pital fll, but it is decidcllty uplLeantt to thhue who sllffir by havling thloir domllti pets thus anlihilatel. These pracoeelinll on the -oau llh ?i ll' m but i pIrof of helir entIl untere, which nature I nl glad to oay is nut generally iomanaedl hy the AuAtmlian youth.. i w-ill appoeal to the o aanity of the youths I lute referrel to, and altk heml if it is not crel and ,itligrlaceful to treat dulllb uollie aiv animalsl in thsle anlner they are idoilg. I think that wtre tllhe youths to for one moment conidler the crunelty which they are pruatctisyi, thley woull hhinehi for halllne at their conluct, and fuosake with ingli t tlhe...

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FITZROY ALBERTS, CUP ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

FIrZROY .ALnEtS, CUP ELEVES. Oct. 7-Collingwood Junrs., Richmond '. 14-Cup match. 2-1- Do. 2S-Vacant. Nov, 4- Do. I I-Crescent, Dight's Paddock. 18--Carlton Alma, Richmond Padk. 23-Kensington Imperial, Kcnsington Dec. 2-Vacant. !--undridge United, Richmnond P. 1li--E Brnswick Union, llrniswick. •23-Ahmotasfonl, Diphlt'sa addock. 30-Albert Park, Richmond Paddock. Jan. i--St. Lukesa, do. 13--Sandridge United, Sandridge. 20-Vacnt. 27-Wcst End, Richmond Paddock. Feb. 3-Star of the East, do. 10-]tailahow, Darling Gardens. 17-Albert Park, Albert Park. 24- Southent Cross, Richmond, Padk. Marchl 3--Crescent, do. 10-St. Luko's, Albert Park. 17--Melbourne Junrs., Richmond P. 241-Kensington Imp., 2nd. eloeven, do. 3l-Star of the East, St. Phlilip's Flat. April 7-Carlton Alma, Royal Park. 14-Victory United, Richmond Padk. 21-Soutlhern Cross, Fawkner Park. 8- Fitzroy Normanby, Richmond P.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE ESSAY ON BOOKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

ORIG AL CORRlESPONDEiNCE. THE ESSAY ON BOOKS. TO TIlE EDITOl OF TlHE FITIROY CITY PRut.. Sun,-My attention has been called to a' letter froem Mr. l'ittare, which appeared in your columns on September 23ln, requeltiln me to publish above, whencome lettld, in Iook fonre. For the information of yoer corres pondent, it may be stated that it as not my original intention to publish this as a book, but simply to spread useful knowledge and awaken an interot in the subject among my fellow citizens, many of whom may not yet have had the advantage of a library, but who neverthtleoe read your paper frot reek to week. Among snch as thete, it is ecou ragln to fld tlhatt the cssay as been wel coetoand reoil. This is iwhat I aimceld at, this is my sole rewardt, be~soe it was not written for gain, hut for honour, and the" good that it would do. From my cradle I have felt an aedmiration for Itooks amouoniting to enthusiasm, and have always been itoe rested in anything concerning them. But although s...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Br It. C. aIILLEI, Llm.ti.tX, Frrznor 1're.Ic Lunco r. (Continued from our last.) IHenry Fielding, uorn 1707, a native of Somersetahired,Eglad, his father a General in ttle unly, and his mnother the daughter of a judge. His father was a man of eery ex travagant habits, and the son followed in the usal steps, devoting the chief part of his lifo to pleasure combined with intemlper ance. About 17;1T he married a lady named Cradock with a small fortune of £1,500. This withl an cetate worth £100 per annllmn left himn by his mother, was scattered to the winds in two years, almost every guilea being spent. He afterwarnls studit for the la ant became a barrister, in addition to which he was famous as a political writer. But it i as a novelist that Fielding was chiefly famouns. Joseph Andrews appered in 1742, and was very successful. Tom Jones was published in 1749, and for this he eceived £700 from Andrew Miller, the pub lisher. . For Amelia, pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

Mr. E. Bjttomley, corner of Gertrude and Gore-ata., is cleariug the Iast of his winter's stock uf lrapery; anuld elT-r anpcially cheap liues in Ilannels, woollens and heavy nateri als.. Millinery at rcdilnedl r.at. Special lines in ariousi dcpartmtents, well worth in spection. As they are Ihins rapidly deairel, a visit should be.paid at oca. Spring Novelties just opening, all the necest anl prcttiest deslagus.--[AuiT. ...r . NOTICE OF R?oi.iu..-F. Sartori, Miitary Tailor, late of 114 Bronswick-street, - begs to announce that he has remonved to mre&n com inodious premises at No. 9Ornmnswick-strect. F. S. in returning thanks :to hiis inmerous patrons for past farors, triits y strict atten tion to'business to merit a'continuation of their patrouiige. [Aur'T.]-..' :'- ','.' -.r _++ :++ · . .. +' ' :? ".?: +' !'++ :

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 2ND. (Before Messrs. Robb and Raven. Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MIo,.viY, OTcrDoERn yi. (lecfor .1easts. IRobh andl aven. J.Pa.) tntCNvK .a (l UIlttitE-lYl". .laes Tailor, Phillip inarri,, 'lhomas srigsp, and '.%!arh 31wlhirc wicrt sverally clhara with thlo: r ales e, llar.i, ia wa. linued "2. .. wilth 2s. 6d. epeneca, the others were dicharýcd. - -' Joepl s:eph liepn ws a hargled with inmult i:'' behIaiour in a public place. A thu e i . elcc ras not quite concluive the prisoler was l icrged. . Alfred Jelfris twas chargel with insulting liehaviotr in front of the Zanoli Ilotel, arner of rted ailn Rae -streetC, Nortli Fitz coy, at half past, two o'clock on Sunda) morning. GCJ:tables Cahill midl Stewart proved the offence. The ,I I LTIton 1 sr with roll '' "her mWlla prisvucr was charg?.'d, with .as- , ?aultiag Constable Cahill, amn woas further charged with assaulting Constable Stewart, both constables being in the execution of their duty. The oench ifllietetd.e fine of 20s. with the alternative of noseven days...

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FITZROY PRIVATE QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

I'ITZROY PRIVATE QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. -4---- The above assemblly held their first anual meeting on Monlay cvening at Ieoland's Cheampion lotel. There were about 40 members present, Mr. Setrle occupying the chair. The minutes of previous meeting being read and confirmosl, the secretary pro duced the new report and Iblance sheet which we append in full, The following officers were electedl for ensuing sco.on: 'residcnt. G. C. Clanscen, Isrl. ; Vice-pre. sidelnt, Messrs. .1. oialeli and .F. oland; hon. treasurer, 1'. Kuuckey, Fqs. ; hon. sec., E. J. Green, EIq. ; coummittee, Messrs. Iluckloy. Allen: Langridge, Ncale, W?lsh, and Brennan. It was further resolved that the next soaeonsn sulocriptions he raised to Ris. The chairman in a few remarks highly omsplimented Mr. Green, tile secretary, aud d sai hlie trute the new ucommittee would not ne-lect to earry out the wishes of the whole clob and present that gentleman withll a souvenir in token of their apprecia tioa of hlia services. There...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. iAr?rIIFrS LAyru.I LAST SATURDAY. Alexandra v. Northl Sar. This match re sulted in a draw, the scores hlino 6 wickets for 57 and 74 runs respectively. fhe higllest seorcrs for the former were Reid, who played splendidly for 2? not out, Muntz I I not out, and Mcntyre 9 ; for Nortll Star Kyle with 31 played " very lucky inniis. In howling A. Dent for the former and 1. Peters for the latter wero very gool. Rainhow (Clob eleven) v. Sackville Union resulted in an easy victory for thile former by 91 runs, corees being Raibw 136, Union Li. Thie hlihlest tcorerro for the winlers were Hylani 29 not out, Band ot9, Gidley 20, while Hylandl and Smart were the most saeuemful lowlers. Lorne v. NormanllJy reslted in a win for the fonller by 41 rils, the scores beiing Lorne 71 Normalv. 30. Lanoley IS, :nticott 16 anl HappellO10 hatted well for the Lore, whilst Ewing 4 for 8 and Ramsden 5 for 17 dirided the biowling average. Rainbow (club elevel) v. North Star in Darling Gar...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4TH. (Before Messrs, Craven, M Murtrie, and Lewis, Js.P.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

CARLTON COURT. WVEDNEIN.r? , Our. 4T.II (BIlfore Mcssr., Craven, ?I .Inrtrie, and Lewis, Ja.P.) Mary Donnelly s rulnol Mary Deeble for asoault. MIr. Tnrntr appeared for the complainant. The assault colplaned of was a smack in thie face. Finledal 10. with 15s. costs, or inl default 4S hours ill gaol. IXSULT".'(I \'llls. Sarah Ann l oarevoaol olllaoal Iliclhal Stephens for insulting words. MIr. Mloloney appeared for the complainant, and o Ir. Leonard for the defence. Tile complainant is the wife of the lientsre of the Carlton Inn, Grattan-street, ord the defendant is a builder residing inl thle immediate vicinity of tile Inn. Thle langoage colphlined of woo made use of in tile liar of the inn on Saturday afternoon the :l0th ult. After a very lengtllcntl hear ing tilhe bench held thsecase to be provedano inflicted a fine of 20s. with 21is. costs. The fines and costs were paid. Louisa IIootot satnontal Ea cllet Aldridge fortltreatening language. Mr. Leonarnl for tle comn lainant. Mr. Mo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

DEATH. CAMERON--On the 1st inst., at her son-in- law's residence, 107 Moor-street, Fitzroy,     in her 86th year, after a long and painful   illness, Jane Cameron, relict of the late Duncan Cameron, painter, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

OPENING. NI+W BRAN CHK:238: SMITH1 ST. RED UCEI) 1PIR41riCIOE S=!!! WHOLESJE" CIJOTHING t COY., Ptnt tItit TAILOIS OF AUSTIRALIA. GEELONG TWEED 'T1 OIJS ERS REDULC D TCO 10s, (air; 'L- SUITS TO ORDER, 42o. Gd. O11ENINU N181 ; lilAUNCl, 1:18 SiIUTII STt1liT, COLLtol. 001100 Oplosiot Coloo 1oiooo, 111 oltjilljlet tI o 0lto 1'tol' IAOI nn odltl n l' liilt t4110101112 TO THE PUBMIO.- Ownlg' to lw i tlolommlnn lus I E tracked firo till, publlic, nodlt the g'vab and unricnrlled aaccers we have tooI~lt with,, has indruce( ;( til, oonlloloy to still fortllr illorloo tiheir rlltt'oroisu Ily otlCillng n'.\ 213 II11ANCII ATr )39 ITI(1 'lI WI1'I', COLAA1NAXt)Ot), opposito tilt CoItR'ol olooe. Ino oIl l wiojo h01 l. oOItIll t w0( ern nlltirilloatitg theu want11 of 0111' a11t Cotttllgwovllo l a11 litrrlly 01110lnlII, 0m lwo'hItIoo tope to rtycivo llu1'I1'0 wow, 111 lilbetml supllpor~t in the Tutor,' thaIllllt the 1 j):11101 n kindly Y Iltto 1.p iIi e areelling SINGLEMI E CIAlR2IITNT,3 o Et' PAL R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

1)WAll) CORIINELL ln lnch'le t n l Iinais llig that FIRST I111 S'LA Y EW SPRING GOODS Conarisinsg tho LEADING NOVELTIES r. designs in Carpett, Crotonlile, Laco Curtainsl, &o. pecial ntion Is directed to the prnted Sattoons, Cambrics, Zophyrs, ke., which aro very choiceu ail oltiholy New Pstterns,. .ll iarkcd at I.OWIiST CASII PItICI;S. An early call respeutfolly reqiurated. lROCHIESITER HOUSE New Cash Drapory Warehouse, Caimer of Smrrith and Pel tStriC ts, COtLIN( W 001), Also at ..1D)tttNh IIOUSi, corner Qucenrslrry And tuldeine Sta., CA tI/tON. a5 illllI' 8l'111E'i' EA ST'. ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S No. 4, IN SPLENDID CONDITION, ON DP AUGIIT AT THE : NATIONAL, HO :TEL, BRUNSWlICKC ST.RlIt'.I TD A: Ilrndy Dritutrs ;hulnit thait Tlinr Srineon's 1870, na otained at the Na tional lotel, is roterlnalled. Iltn"liee, \Vlhskics, tWines, anld Rumn aro all taken out of bond by trie proprietor of THE NATIONAL HOTEL. IILLIARDS : One of Allcock's ]Iest Tables. Single Bottles at Wholesalo Pri...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

FITROY CITY COUNCIL.:: .SPECu.IAL MIUTIG. A specitl I celog of the councl owe hold O Tln'rredny ovoollno to coioidr tho proposwl tIo of the ?l'yor or Mehonroo with rofcltr ;0co to-the Tramway 111I1. :' Thror wcre Proscat: Cra. Woodhcad, SLsomoro, MMlidioow l?octto, 'hltpps ']rook's nod floldcn. rTho mIo'Zr woes oohlo to nttooT throlh i;o IosC, 000in his stcal Cr' \Vodhlmtld wa rotcd to thow elmiro Cr. hMI'(oafo aowtol'e tho prvow otitlo o ndI til oetin1 of Ili woeulrooo, on 0which o lengthyy wld vcor inmtelto:dioit:t - siol IItred,. After theo sldjcet- tll bcwr thoroeghlyd dtolted, 'Cr.- .MJolRhol o moed and Cr. 8hlowers secondcd that tho oompnly's 'ill as nowv m...... ,ho alloedtopo s .... , ?ot tO ih lynoca for twelvo Inonthi to cludoh I tio muiicw'dittitt er to ho pot' io11 plo?o of 'rerpnny i they 'thnk 0t,sold that ill the ocoont oh tlhe nnhbittutto, foiln mnle, tihe oto;l altoowitlcr ttoe sho rlritwn tle capitrl, contrict tthe lilins, dl lteoo'tllhom to tIo oeiopw'y. Cr. Phi'p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

Wore ttarlle:trleC Torr ie n oif a i nlill the 1thlo n Cnollalh tihe Tiela anlll Iti t haexorrr Istih t AY, OCTOBER I?liotl. A.O.P. U.A.OD that 0 WHO'S YOUR HATTER?, l b . ; . _',, , , '. ' r ,CHARLES CLARKE 165 GERTRUDE1 STREET, S :' TIT .E ONLY i, . P dRCTICAL, alH. Ai TER Okt rITZoY oR n an I TH, * 300 Bruetwteloksttreet Every Article Madeo ontthi Articles . )Y. TITItt 1N eat and Cheapest Methrl, of r .I, Cooking ls by means of a Gcns Stovo."-EvR rtu r ln I J. D. FR?ASEI, last i I (ou inplimented Mr.ER, GASFITTER, 'iTC. I said h L e l -t l ih n so1 a,?r neatly lt promptly oxecutel an . ofLhis s?r e t lmrg ed Str eit eate, M ef with a ' Tie Trade Supplied; `.' tsers, Wl. GERTRUDF+ STREECT, FITZROY, r,.t deigt`t Near Smith Stryee t l + a boait soln" , ia , J. LEND O F 0.N,r al orr Wholealo antl Retail . +s0LOfIAL , PRODUCE S'TORES, i5'?, Conarn ol,,Tserns &'Ooir. s?..., T , . ,FITZROY. . n flay, Corn, Flourlh'n Chani, Barley,, Wheat T i Potatoes at lowest rates. tlRI -,TIYI...

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OUR STORY TELIER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XVII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

OUR STO 1- TnLLE.i,.? . ,IONAR CUfLi- i. CIInat.ni XV It. (Continued). If Ishe ever eclenltcel to I|?cnle an inimate of Llyniawr again, it wocld not Itm until his own net had raield an iicniuprclclelbarrier lbetween them. oLwnelly-n, 'a the hllrhand of another. eouhll Ie no longer t.he Loleelfll wlhoin hle had nltcrnatily oi?cn a nl' tar mcetted : and muchl ais lihe 'lald -felt the lne??sity of altcritg'tlbcir lr<cent mnle of life--the imipoatiililt of inlking- her his own--it wounded hirltt deeply' ithat she ehnlul do so readily what it was ieal pain to him even to think upon: "Shle wouldhave ine m?lary': hl bitterly ntinteittel: "he, with taivlintnn that is prt.-ociiots and by far too worhlly for her youth, nsignls to ile the corl?n I ill to tile. ltlth e hli think that I ctan thrlow oi iaril ass~ciatiolls as easiiy nas she Ihath l'one umit my alleetinu for hter--'o lot "lly pupil. iny ihol,-ny, I will no longer hrivc to hin l it. e-rn flml inyrelfi-nmy dielr?-t tre-aLr...

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THE STAGE. BIJOH THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 7 October 1882

TEE STAGE. BIJOU T|IFPtTRF. "Upper Crust," is the title of the comedy now beinj, produced at the ]lijou Theatre by 2Mr. Frederick Marshall and his r comedl company, and for a few hours ausement is certainly well worth beoin witnessed. The story of the play is someclmt as follows : A.Mr. Blaraby Doublcchic, proprietor of Doubleelhick's Diaphonous Soap, having made a fortune is sdesirous of being counted amongstthe pper ten tholusamld. To accom plish this he taoes a villa in the most fashionable part of thl town nad also a cositry hoose, where the action of the play, which is ?iven in thre acts, taknes place. Doubleehick makes thie nauaintance of Lord Hesketh, who promises to introduce him to some of the nobility, which at first, however, he is unable to accomplish; but after having borrowed a few thousands of Doublechick's money, he promises to make another ellffort and is partly sneocssful in persuading his noble friends to call at Dohblechick's coun try house. Amongst the visitors ...

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