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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

- ;I'+y ern 0u O00 0, F. J. BRITTEN; AiecrnoInO & E1rAsT AnraT. jORTII FITZROY ACOTION MART ANDI PRIIOPIERTY EXiCIANlE, RAE STREET Sropretles For Salo or To Let. AO'INT For the London and Lancahlire Firo , Insurance ocompany. Scopitl - tl£,822,000. (stablise nl 1802.) LowEST dUlti IrENT ,RATI1S. Losses pronptly anl llberally settled. Transfer from otheor Olles Irroee of oexpoense. MONEY TO LEND On Freeoholl Security. from 8 per cent. F. RH; BRITTEN & .C , No. O I11ITTEN1B IUIL)INOS, I RAE STREET NORITII FITZROY, ' IIUILII1RS n1d FURNISH11ING IRONMONGERY In oorey adridy, at suchi PI'RIC.S THAT DEFY CO IPETTITION. Slnildoos oanuiothcre aonorinog Ioini with a call will fld It to. their advintaeg to duo their badnloes na this ooloblishtoout. A. O E N T For lith celebrated SINGEiR'S SEWING N ACIIINES The " soperlonit y of thee Maoclilces ' whedby tdh oe tuot t 01,031, orover 1,000 per wreek, were sold last year. LIBEIIIRAL TUERMS. W. H. ·EAGER, PIIAlMIACEUTICAL CHEMIST. R...

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THE SATIRIST [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

STHEE) SATIRIIST .I' Ile Sociro Ccreoro 'Roll,, c behll, like, jclhoishl kom;ui " ý;,; ,1 W1-ounmithee a ctcch dot t Iscomeuly ulet or 501n.' t liiectionering sla thie order of the clay cncl height local wits are rcking theioir hrhus for owv jolte, wnow a raiks, lad choice e ppre poieao bon cs. I happene to cote tiend l'JPhipps' the lother day, rid tchtr worthy in s ormd too that Yloorhall Ben trhe syiajeet heyf etrelollo atthim tt wit. Somen kilho a slightly soft hooltivoen l hoa all of . i 1 'sadhlenbi taoer a prot interest lI halislritl raelfare, mlh wrctcs Imloecccer the title of . thie Re. J..'ihIpp, enclosinga.whto tchoker of the aeptloiil orthcilox'pun 1rn1 1er. neea dlring the eleotieoe mppaign. New whlet; uver coy hoy1he' the spliitticl hLlclitii soof I our w eorthy cocclllor cnl host Phipps, the ieonthl od physical blindneess ac softnkoess of iis eoors olcdcl toilet le dense indeed a when he oeretto hIs jovial, jolly coortaacu g t oino oliakin to cclo wohlh the algliteatso...

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ORIGINAL-CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

ORIOINAL-COltltlSi'ONl)ENCE. TOTIM llITOnl OF THE nITZRO i CITY I'M &~ Sir,-I would lik to ask n low qorotions about tlo propoclml Fitsltoy thli a t ert to h1 olctol tillub 00111g 10110r. Ist. Whon oro they to., o started !.. 0111. Are tlloy to be Ounrteil at all. ".:lat. Will thloy ho roodly for this 0111111111 leoplild tilht sum0o1 m0or0 1bl poll eill take up'tlis mattor, .I eeIIloieCctO., CNST .. ANT . . I 0..\T CONSRTAST ltIrltIIB.

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THE STAGE. PRINCESS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

THE STAGII.' RI'itiCrI TttOOThOt'il. "tim oitrotogirt " i's nill rnnidntn ignolnt'` l Princess T COetrt, sel npcnra to hare ti:tin rougllly ingtntiated itecll 'Inte'publio 6ror', nni is theraforn likely to hooaan xlxnn~lh'' run. "'l'nn Strologirt" wilt hio' rojhntrinl' ntoin tinle ovenitgdnnd dbrrdg' tfte.woek:,: Thin fteltoonn at . o'cloek a teetimont l' onh tortnintnont istI to o rralcr I to"Dir.' Siren. inn no in mak of npnprncinton of hln pleirdld represetntation. of Jakonperiann lntorpietorl tinnmn. Fine rompnior ni o to bunt poert~ii' tim nintoolotiniiniiitwioh will romnprito' mn . t ody, comoro nod tngedny:"' A tonal ahotnir notitletl "Tito Loon of thit ])ay," a a rpnod. t oporatico al noisonlon ns Concerrt, annl;'tlnn fourthnact fromt: Tito Moraohalt'of, Valnce" constitoting tim 'progngmnnn"ti' efoort' hlas boon made by the t prmlesson,~ wlo; true all gratoitoueiygiven tlretr serrico., l W ilia,. tiro antertaionmnot o o rllobunnplh'soios and it"; only roniionr with tiro pobl...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR FITZORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

'.88,1V aON lioBJ ,I, P10101)t 1I'4TJi)It'n, ANI) INPLUIOMICI ii (110']t, I C. 5lbir.no.,iLunn.tnian , 11in7.a ir Pironro 1 l'niai.onn.' co (C;iillllnI fallen liar just.) ,t. 'l'l ,'hi1n 2a a7m', nan ao tlnllln, Irnlniid, n. 17 70, hoa poll of i grocer, aii winni noid Splrlt lner hnaa , ;. ft it clever ans n Child, ,.lmlll (r frel""otly pet all it, tablu e to Ircin vrlu0l 01, slug sung.: Flip el rnlccnlbai stll letter ·stncec's llil.d ,liuu to t)in himiinliiool o it goal dohllery id orl se,,t hem to 'Irlity College, Dblln, sail alt, rft in.,I to Irilhou, where, o asaurrp, miee 8111 at t thae'li a Ols), arlemn Into 0tnd·mm To IS, 1813-I1 r'MTo'd ]limit IerIo*JJCI Were first milllliod, air)a reinsnlrllgarding th tleorn, isG namia ,r~uonlaslldatiaoln,:' it n,'r,, tIkar,'.lau,,'a ta so ,,1m n malsderoller In London, ridirloyay l la,,~ro films 18011 i 18:'11, (when )',ovreiO ,I) it to write thile 1.itch I elOllie, ando thIlr o n011gs . or, hiin,.. I',,,' tihe *"11l.11,"olomn en , 110 pal...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

SEo'rY~IOY CITY COUNCIL. Th usua foertnilghtly iooolliig of. thie City Couuollc~ WAS Ilud 33 tseterna muulille Pro I aunt I the lnyo l· (Cr. Moore),r Cris, Ilolllao " 3llooietto, Slloilero , ] hifps, Grigg, " I'loholn 311,1 Wuudhllpad,. r ''noilnimiiii of tkellr tlrUvlooellOeng gild o tilt oiitovnil corrusoepolende wors read tool Cconfi r 0 me Smu y Sllool, Serotoanro y of St. Mr' of 7s. for eleelc~ this 0000r fill.-ltoforeol 2. Froii Mir. A. lay, eoicplekdlog of the acnofo cohllitloo of the oroweing An urol mol in froot; of lli proiiiua.-llcculvcrdl At. Iandleld to,. 3. From Mr. A. I, Lombe, Bruloecook. Iltleo,-aooolplniningl of tile etonuh arnlllu,ý fima t01 gutter lo freot of Iihe proemteres nai ookEktg forea roioorl of tho oitoeco,-e..llt. coln. Stlope tokoo toreni vly . 4. From tho' City Counill, 2bolbloooir, fowonnltlg elelto for £2 17o. fOil., lill cost of liglhtlig locIp lii Vielorll l'aiiori.-ll o. L, From WV. 21. Dhrves, ]oij., mlinlagoer Natiioel llolel, stating that Snlo...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. HEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

ORtIGINAL. PO TRY. JIEA1LT&4 Oar hoorta aro rystoreos ha' end or rhrry Tho tlooting facos thataottghtly wrar; Ourr hearts are graves wh iety:eur nde oe ha oammdwtc :\ tlondrod tIopca that1 [thro Oh.lto eool other wo arecp aoyatory,;,, And.thto oar livrr wo ttay a pottoot part, For who can road or koa tlto Ili-lcolltistory That te tath wrtttoten lta eaoottr'o teart. :Or lot Is ootrcl to tacon to ansuf r Love's' every bloosoml bightedl o'er· it Atd at tho wrorshtp that wLntatn wruld oftrr htnctt wait tn paln the tootpIlO at tho tooh. 1'LhAN'rttus.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

'ItILot.LeO'AO l'tt.L.-.tS thle comlplatott eocotal~r to tolro'e ttioee t,.hearo Io lrioelled. Tlhoiroet tiio ahrtl l oa hoaetIcoiloeh Coil.· ataot for, the remornoeo at l aetr tloriithat rare tllo 10toilet thet t, tit~oot thecm. Arooget ott otoee, oj the ileeette tee. vaet to thle percl, 00 ua veo hort o :ootol tth Io e V Title; thctr tnr : coes; they cityh oheetiknly mteoeeio t att anteu toe a htetryudrty of the e~tete, rc ~ eeo3·tl ·c odl po~atoretl ti oitttorahaeathoa~ttl (AOOTIj T Ollula . or krwt 1 r III --P. Plll rtellL ?fill artl nt\I ionII R r.P1ises at No). IMI Ilrulll\wiclc-st reet. rntraim for p DAt Inrnr?, trllrti.(y strletattnn tion to hnsinesv to ,erit a cothlinuaton of Iheir psatroos , AOvT.1

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NORTH YARRA PROVINCE ELECTION. MESSRS. KINGS & MEARES AT COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

S NORTH I YARRiA -PROVINCH E E.OTION. ir M musKI..I? & MNIrMc AT CotLItCAnwonI l ' Meesr. King anrd Mapnr, eniontleintoi for Sthe repreaentnhtlon of North Y arr, IProvinec In the Loeilnthi'oe Corcil, notdrhAd n mreot. Ing o0 \Vtrllocallay ovcrlIng It tile Iloon. Tithllo.inll, Wo'llliglotn.strcut, Culliltgwo.tl. hli mayor (Mr. Mr. Dwyar) restired lit til a oliclnl cnapicty. , 1 Mr.' Moaoh, w aho ir;s cordially ioeltiomuat aI o It a ppered to lilm thrtnt tnt hieno liei I the people or VlotiUria, Ianllfetod emull n Ilotoirnfor Inolloorotllto no t pleolltr. I[ WAI Sihllorlf a thiroe igh Iliever in tie priticipl, of lmloratomt in all thilg, fntl olu roji edl therefore to tlohlk tatt or eetro f ollolern. ttlon comlr to onnlveral tltllroullllirt the tenntry., i: T'lint de wnas prcoloninlina t it Pnrliament nil in thr ira'es. Atth6proaeit tine extroemeo n i otl extrelno norti'ira roceloil Ilttlo luonlog raientrt. If tlO wore Seant to tile Council Io hoio linotot ltiveot I1tit. to to...

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THE THEBAID OF EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

TiE ,TIIEBAiIdYiO IEGYPT. One of. the most iniercetiog hind ineteOc. tire iectures over given ie time Melbhourne Town hail o dodiircrvd onMnmondy evening inst by tim Very Rio. Prior BIutler, OCC., stitlei The rinobaid of Egypt" nod its in. mletonn os civilisetion. Thae choir was taken by Sir Johdn OShnansoy, nmil a nmmber of folding oitizeos oomipiod seems on tho pint form. The holl.wne roevrdvd. PrIeior ntler whno ppenevdl iniNo geel, of ihe onier in nwicnhtbimibeongf (tho (n, tiieiltno) wn owell eovirved,aned sdnted tihat!tie Thriohid of IEgypt inid tihenomdntino of the peneent hidg statone of:civiireoimti I, thoe world:: After dvveiil'ni on the itnauteiuto ition of E ypt, politleain , .aoilally, and mornlly, ho pototn out the " roenoe whioch influenced omen, inn seeking a life of solinde trhnwore tleyy.oold peeniise piety end iovoiiov niny frmnt the distorbing clvemeoi of onrldly nirades. St. Pael was thtefoumlero0 MondefM sitnio, Ihvio imeit driven into Egypt iby ihe persemoiots...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. M'MAHON'S CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

SPORTING NOTES. CIIICET. yil'NItttm'e Cior. lantrn 1. North Fitemy. The match ae tavo troy rilry arwe fitie lest Sator (treeottalt ini a rill for tte former by kets andt 4 rmno. The batting of oeid the Joio rotd Finaloe for the litler was al. whtile tihe hailiog of Ncwmaroo, r, a:ul Topoing for the loroter aoud thrat e orI oiotter mas ecollot. eNow *in theo 3diioraitgs, took 0 wrickets of Snttl Fitzroyfoor ruan. enoIatch Ietlen tihe Fitzroy and 18S of iwill he continued this afternoon at eThe sckees nt prent are Fitzroy )spice0 wckts for U.-I oril Star v., Commoercial resuled in a lor fonllerin onloe toninga and onoe tIe stere tieoig Coom reciat 2i amd .I0, ISier iii. ibo (clubo elevenrt) . owlaett Jfotniora tin a victory for tihe former bIy ii amore it and i. The higheest corers hwinnerswere o 'ntyro 10, IDunakian. ,d thie imot successful bowlers woroa I and ,tihiNaoo. teo Alrta (olb It) r. Ionthern aThisat otoh wts pleyed on tati grmoott .staer, tI'nyoor Prk, oasd reaitad Lin r fo...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, OCT. 21st, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

,; RATUIllDAY, OCT. 21st, 1882. T'is people of Victoria are essentially lovers of out-door amnuscements and sports. Th fiine climate, genial atino sphere, and thle alhost entire absence of anythlling apLIproaclhing really hitter weather, nre very probably tloe omtisi causes of this fact, while the hilarity andl agreenble glow occasioned by exer cise in the open air under such favor. able cirueinstances, render such asports not only lattractive but positively bone. ficidal. To thle residents of cities, no. tiling is of. morei illleporttiicU, th at regular and lperiodicOal outitng. TIhe Csedentary lnhabits whichl are tihe con. conitihlts of tralde anld colmmerce, the tdanily drudgery at thel deslt and counter relquire solei relief, otlhcrwvise the linemtn systtt quickily liccotmes fagged, the intellect dulledl, and life a weary task. No weotdler then tlhat the few hlburs whlicli cati lie 'spared'l frot bstini inessaro spent irtlhe fresih blracing air, andt that the sports of the peopl...

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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 — 21 October 1882

THE SATIRIS'T . - Ily Scuim CaiqgE. ,Satireohould, ll?to lthctshd tras-or, kee .'. t ': Wound with a touch that . moel-y felt or seen. Electioneering is the order of the day, and bright local wits are racking their brains for new jokes, new pranks, and choice appro ptiate ?oll gilts, o I]loipeled to, drop into friend l'hipps' tle o hoer dlay and tlhat wortlhyinforied pt .tlhat ho lhad been the subject of ~n atrocious attempt at wit. Some kild nodi slightly ooft indiridul, has a?Il of a sudden takln a great Itereat in his spiritual welfare, and writes hie, under the title of the Rev. J. Phipps, enclosing a white choker of the appriredl orthodox patterns for use during thi election impaidoo. Now whatt ever nlay llmy'h i the spiritual bhladoed?o of our worthy conseillor and host l'hipps, the mental anIl physical.blindnels and softnesS of his correspondent mnst be done indeed when he breiit hisa jarvil, jolly douotsiniace and rollicking hontor witll the sliglitest'- ap proaclh to the cl...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

ORIOLNAL COIRISP1'ONDENCE, TO TIIE EDITOIU OF TIIE FITZROY CITIY IRIIEO. Sir,--I woll, liketo ask'o fea quctions obout t:o propo~od'Fitzroy'Baths t:lat were to bo Prote, this cooing summer. lst. When are they to Ie. startrs Y tbfl. Are they to bc'trte4 at all. :Inl. \??ll they Im realy for this summer. lioping tliat some more able po?l frill take up this prlttcr.l. I remainL , otg, ... COQNST4NT IIAIERII.

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (BY R. C. MILLER, LIBRARIAN, FITZROY PUBLIC LIBRARY. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

1iSbAY ON IOOIKS, THElOI HJ STORY he AND INFLUENCE. gn of (Br 1L. C.d-'fii.rie' LioR.\?e.os, 'F-rZnor th * . t'i t nu Io. c Linianr. 9 2 ' (Cintiliuel faitoi'our last.) ha Thioais Moorn, horsi at Dublin, freland, of 1779, tlie on of a grecer, and wine and spirit ni erchint. it was olever Iuisa child, laein' m frequently set an It table to recite carbee and ! lng songilgs. His edlucatioun ad oafter sccess fo as'rhlne'to the kildlles'osf a good mother, to who sent hile to0 Trinity College, Dalitn, and at afterwioa.dd to'ulndon, where he was entered th at the MiddleTle ept as o laiw student. In ec 1818.14" Monre'a Irish melodies were flirst IS Ph li.lhld, ned regerdi g thin thore is on e erioun it?r l mrinn.o It ereem tlot aoIaines PI .years. Tihel ore 1i24 moelodie and aothe urn wholl nllam? it receivedLllby Moire was or £15,O001 lie must lhave' fen pait £121 for H meti of theli. enotgo, their oceioer length an eo user t tider line. IHis oithor m0ost fnienou work LdtIor istt ('I'olit,...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18TH. (Before Messrs. Craven. McMurtrie, and Lewis, J's.P.) KEPT DARK. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

CAULTOU COURT. ,\\EssN:D.c.Y, Ocr. ISruI. - (Before Mmes r. Craven, IC1cMurtric. and Lewis, J's.P.) A mihlle agned t nan'lmeml Elizabeth Gilling was brcught before thecourt charged with some offence. After holding a wisd pored conversation with the prioner, tile crgean tof police inforenl thle Iwlmho thlot shoe pleadmd guilty. .Fined As. with the option of 24 hours incnarcration: Richard Sutton wan charged with having unlawfully assaulted Mary .lane Cromp. The proserutor depoeld h~lt she had I-en keeping hoose for tlle.A?le?over for'a lohit three weeks, nlo that between 12 a I o'clock oi Tumdlay the prisonor, withlolt the olightest Ilreociati.n, struck her ac violetrt hlo'wl ?lio lmouthr with Iia elencChed fist. \itnoes Im. four teeth knocked out, went to the Melbourne I eospital and weas informed by one of the doctors that her jaw was lm?ken. Bridget O'Neil gave corroboratire evidence. Witness was prt?cnt whou the prisouer hauled ofil anti stnck Missn CrtuOp Io the moCth.e In reply...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. HEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

ORIGINAL POETRY. HEARTS. Our hearts are mysternes, tho' sad or IerryJ The Ileeting faces that wc lightly ear; Our hearts are graves where silently we bury A hundred hopes that warm land wither [there. Oh I to each other we are all a mystery,'' And thro' our lives we play a patient part, For elho can read or know the hiddle historya' That time lath written in another's heart. Our lot is ordered to conceal and suffiler Love's everyd Llossom, blighted oer it [bloofi : Anl all the worship that we fain would of?er Must wait in pain the temple of the torahmb. POLYANTItUS.

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, OCT. 17TH. (Before Messrs. Turner and Barnett, Js.P.) NEGLECTED CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

COLINICWUOOD COURIT. T'rESser, OCTr. ITrh. (Before Messrs. Turner and Barnett, Js.P.) :EGCI.EWED CHILnDRE\. A Ioy of treyrears of age was brought up on remand an a neglected lchild. It appeared that the police founld the boy wandering nabout allnd after snaking a great muly in jluiries they found out where his fatherliveds in East Melbourne. The father now ap peIln l in Court and informed the bench tlit he could get no good of the boy, who was in the habit of staying away from home for the last sil months. The chairmian discharged the boy and ordered hini to go home with his father. Edsward J. Mt1rpli-, ah oy of eight years of age was next brought before the bench as a neglectedl child. Tile boy's mnother ap prarsl to prosecutc, and informed thle besecll that the childl as beyond all control. Wit ness wished to have him sent' to the Indus trial Schools, and was willing to contribute towards his support. In reply to the bench thle mother stated that ile thought shele would be able to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

IOLLOW.T'S P1'I.s.-;1 the complaints pesuliar to fema'es tl.ess 'ilis are uerivalled. Their use by the fair sex has become so con stant for the removal of their aihnmet; that rc is the toilet that is without them. Amongst all lchsees, from the'domestic er snot to the prcress, univclera favour is accordld to these leuovatin' Pills; their Siuvioorathg md purifying properties render theum safe ate invaluableu ll cases ;- they mny be taken by fiemales of all ages for any dirgasonization or irregularity of thte system, peesdily' removing tihe caILem?Id restoring Sthe sulle:rcr to robust healthl. (Auer.) NOTICE OF ReMO..L--F. Sartorn, Military Tailor, late of 114 Brlmswick-street, lbes to announce tlhat hol hts relmoved to more comi motlious premtises ato No. 90Brunswick-street: F. S.in rotorn 'l thanks to. his numerous patrois for pijt.favors, trnsts by strict atten tion, to busineR s to mlerit eonti olw of heir patronage..: [Auv .] :.-:

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NORTH YARRA PROVINCE ELECTION. MESSRS. KING & MEARES AT COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

NOlRTH YARRA-? ' PROVINCE ELECTION. MrEnoRS. KIr.n & MOAirnsAr CoLtuaowoo.i Messrs. King and Mearee, candidates for the representation of Nortil Yarra P'rovince in the Legislative Council, addressed a meet ing on Wednesdlav evening in the Evan gelistic-hall, Wellington-streetCollingwonrl. The mayor (Mr. M. Dwyer) presidel in his official apacity. ir.'Meares, wh6 swas Cordlially r:elcled said it appearel to him thatiiit lt tisme hid the people of Victoria manifested such a desire for modenation asat present. He was himself a tlirough Inlierer.in the principle of nlldceration in all thinbgs, iand hie ejienl tlherfore to think that a desire of mIodera tion seemied to ie universal throughout the country. That idea wvas, preilolninanttie Parliams nt ntdiiintlie priss. Atthik jiefseit time extreme men. and extreme mntPam receivrld little elncourngemlnent. If he were nent to tile Couocil hie lulnld nolt divest himin self of iis political opinions. but he should hold those opinions ...

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