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FITZROY—THURSDAY, MARCH 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 March 1876

FITZrOY-TLunsUDAY, MArAiI 16Th.i: Bofore Mosers. Templeton, P.M., M'Lean, and Marsdon. Annie Thompson charged with using abusive language was fined 20s or a week in gaol. Riohnrd. Keornoy, fined 10 or 24 hrs. for being drunk and disorderly, and 40s or 14 days imprisonment for damaging the pro perty of his son-in-law. Julia Gray, charged with larceny of two gold rings, 18 yds. of mohair, and 0 yde..of meorno dress stuff, from the proemises of Mlt's. House, Young' Street, got 8 months imprisonment. CathorinoeBowin got a month in gaol for vagrancy. WIn. lanmbor, ohargod with threatening the life of hls wife, was bound over to keep the peace for three months in a surety of £50. , liors v. Stovenson.-A summons .for .01 0s, balance of ,an amount charged for innlcing i set of teeth. Verdlit of amount with 5s costs ' Martin' v. Eden.--Mrs. Eden was charged with using insultibg language. Dismissed.

Publication Title: Mercury
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CRICKET. CAPULET V. YARRA YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 March 1876

CRICKET. CAPULET V. YARRA YARRA. This match was resumed on Saturday last, the weather being very showery, con sequent upon which, the pitch was rough, making it hard on the batsmen. Mont. Howe and Launder went to the wicket. Whitooak and Hodges bowling. Rowe made one, and was given out loegbefore wicket. 3-1-9. Grey went in and then scoring commenced in earnest. Launders having made three successive doubles off G. Whitoo Lk, failed to negotitato the fourth ball, which sent him off. 4-20-45. Mol. Rowe filled the broach, took a maiden over from H. Hodges, made a double and single, and retired loeg-before-wicket. 5 3-5- . Baker went in, and shortly after gracefully retired before one of J. Hodges' breakes. 6-0-54. Parratt went in to make a score, but only succeeded in allow lng J. Hodges to bowl him for a duck. 7-0-58. J. Cody toed the crease bat Cod'nt add more than three to the score. J. Hodges bowled him. 8-3-78. Samp son then strode to the wickets, made two singles, G. Whitooak the...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 March 1876

GENERAL NOTICE. THIE Mercury is published every Saturday ± Morning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged Is. per quarter, payable in advanao; by post le. 6d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat. urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. TlEREditor will be obliged for inform ation-more especially; relating to local matters. '.o .'SCAL'E FOR' ADVERTISINI G.."'ý? Business Cards, per quarter, from 7s. 6d. Ofilcial and Election Advertisements, each insertion, per inch ... 2s. 6d Want;illaces, Servants, Houses and Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for Selo or Exchange, Miscol laneous, Missing Friends, &c., Os. Gd. Notices of Birthis, Deaths, and Marriages ..., s. 0d. To 1i Aovzarijssas.-Notiee to t i ritlura1v advcrtisecents.mtatfbe ggiv !in uwritiadl. E ; ry can be obtained from any of ' L.thd followrin agents i--Subsnrption lei per quarter. .. G. CA.NELL ... 167 Smith stho...

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FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 March 1876

,: :FRLANK LAY.TON. S (AN AuSTRALIAN sTony.) BY G. E.' SARGEANT.' (FROM "LEISUIRE HOUR.") ".Tau horses, is mighty: impatient, .air,"" said Larry; "and 'tis sinsible' .bastes they are. May be boyont them. hills we 'might fall in with a bit of clare ground to make a city of rifuge. My belafe is, that the longer we stay the worse it will be." * "On with you, then," exclaimed Layton, giving his horse the head; and, the next minute, the bushmen had plunged into the. thick scrub, beyond .which, at some miles' distance, lay a range of wooded ,hills, while for the present the wide space between was free from fire. In another half hour they were: urging their horses up the steep ascent towards which they. had been fleeing, till; once more, they stopped to breathe and reconnoitre. Fast as they had travelled, the fire was not far behind them. It spread, below them like a sea,, sending up heavy clouds of smoke which overhung the valley, and showers of sparks and blazing embers, which, floating ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COUNCILS. FITZROY, MARCH 17TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 March 1876

COUNCILS. FITZROY,, MARCH 17TH, 1876. At the meeting of the above Council, there were present, the Mayor (Cr. Mahoney) Crs. Ewing, Rowe, Evans, Showers, Woodhead, Tucker and Lyons. CORIESPONDENCE. Mr. R. T. Rows offered to convey to the Council such a quantity of land as may be needed to continue Watkin.street through from whore it nbw stops, at Housely's Quarry hole, which hole is on a piece of laud lately bought by Mr. Rowe. The con dition of handing over the land is, that the Council will fill up the land on both sides of the proposed street to its proper level. Re ferred to Public Works Committee. Professor NuocNT wanted use of a room in Town-hall for the purpose of instructing his pupils in dancing. Referred to the Mayor. Mr, ALtF'aID BIrANNIN, secretary of the Victorian Rifle Association, wrote to the Council saying that he had received a communication from the hon. secretary of the Rifle Association of the United States, inviting Victorian riflemen to compete for the champion...

Publication Title: Mercury
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CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 March 1876

CITY OF COLLINGrWOOD. Collingwood is to have a grand gala to celebrate the raising of the town into a city, and in order that the citizens shall have no excuse for non-attendance thereat His Wor ship the 'Mayor (Mr. Morgan) has pro. claimed the day, Tuesday, the 21st inst., a public holiday. The event will come off at Dight's paddock, Johnston street. A host of talent has been obtained for the occasion. The East Collingwood Volunteer band under Mr. Taylor, is secured, as .also the bands connected with the Blind Asylum and the Yarra Bond Asylum.' Lovers'of instru mental music will be amply satisfied. The Australian Minstrels will unfold their budget of song and fun, and we are credi bly informed they are really deserving of the title as many of the performers are equal to any of the sable artists that have appeared in Victoria; they will perforin five or six times during the day. For the special benefit of the juveniles, two Punch and Judy shows will be furnished, which will no doubt...

Publication Title: Mercury
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 March 1876

GENERAL NEWS. After a long and painful illness, Mr. John Richardson, M.L.A. for Geolong East, died on Sunday 12st. A useoful palmphlot, containing ruloes for the provontlon of typhyod fever, and. spread, has been Issued by the Australlan Health Society. Th? daly tologramns nnto that r I Dlnolly on 'luosdylast the theormouotor reg~ltorod 10( dog, in the shahlo. f Mrs. Barker, wife of the Bishop of. e Sydney, died from an attack of erysipelas. 0 Scarlet fever prevails at Dunolly and at Sale. ' Drought prevails alarmingly in the New e South Wales provinces. e .The thermonieter at Hay reached during ,t the past week 112 in the shade. e Wheat is fetching at Adelaide from 4s 7d, to 4s 7Jd per bushel. The New South Wales' custom revenue, I for February, amounted to £68,768. e Typhod fever is reported to be prevalent 3 in Collingwood. The Right Rev. Dr. Thomas, Bishop of a Goulburn, will preach at St. Paul's Church, Swanston street, at three o'clock on Sunday I afternoon. Clunes was visited...

Publication Title: Mercury
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SATURDAY, MAR. 18, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 March 1876

SATURDAY, MAR. 18, 1876. ~-4---l TnE relations existing between the wealthy and operative classes, of the country should ever be of the most cordial nature. It has been the fashion, we regret to say, for some considerable period, for politicians and interested persons to endeavor to make capital by fostering class prejudice, class legis lation, and the intensifying bitter feool ings on the part of the poor towards their more wealthy fellow citizens and countrymen. We most sincerely deplore the wicked attempts, for we cannot otherwise characterize them, to raise these class barriers in the community. The guilty dema gogue, cannot, and should not be regarded, by every sensible citizen, in any other light than as a public enemy -one who is seeking to break down all those ties which bind society together in bonds of amity and mutual welfare. Well it would be if there were so much good and sound sense prevailing with an enlightened peoplo, that this class of individuals were scouted from...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 March 1876

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AYND DEATHS. ABSTRACT of births and deaths registered in the metropolitan and suburban districts during the week ending March 4, 1876. District. Births. Deaths.   Brighton... ... 2 5 Brunswick ... ... 5 2 Carlton ... ... 20 10, Collingwood ... 27 150 Fitzroy (North) ... 6 5 Flemington 1 - Footscray ,.. 2 - Hawthorn ... ... 2 Hotham ... ... ... 10 10 Kow ... ... ... ... 2 Melbourne (South) ... 10 10 Melbourne (West) 5, 4 Prahran .. ... ... 4 . 7 Richmond ...,... 10 10 Sandridge ... ",., 8 8 Emerald Hill ... ... 19 6. South Yarra ... ... 1 - St. Kilda... ... ., 4 6 Williamstown ... .. 6 2 152 113 The deaths ascribed to scarlet fever amount to 12. Of the total deaths 40, or 401 per cent., were childreun not exceeding the age of 3 years, 34 being under the age of one year. *One in Fitzroy. SALTING THE STREETS.-For some years bygone, says Iron, it has become a practice with certain London tradesmen-butchers are great offenders in this way-to strew s...

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DEATHS AND CASUALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 March 1876

DEATHS AND CASUALTIES. On Sunday last, a Chinaman named Ah Chung was found at the rear of Messrs. Hughes and Harvey's premises, Lonsdale street, suffering from the effects of a dose of strychnine. He died in about twenty minutes. A child named James Simonsen, residing   with his parents in Russell street, died in the Melbourne hospital on Sunday, from the effects of sulphuric acid. The bottle containing the acid had been incautiously left near the child, who partook of a large quantity, and died after sufferng great agony for some hours. Dr. Youl held an inquest on Saturday 11th inst., in Albert street, East Melbourne on the body of Thos. Gustavus Donahoo, aged 25 years, a clerk. Deceased had visited a friend on the Tuesday and remained there until his death. He was under the influence of drink when he visited his friend, but was not in the habit of drinking to excess. Dr. Moloney certified that the deceased was under his care for three weeks, and that he believed decea...

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CAPULET V. COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

OAPULET V. COLLINGOWOOD. This match was commenced on 8aturdayi last. The weather was all that could bol desired, while there were a great numberi of persons on the ground to witness the: last and what many considered to, be the best match of the season. George White. oak won the toss and sent the Collingwood into the field. Potter and Maloney went to the wickets, the latter was soon oaught by Hayes off Black. 1-2-5. Waugh took his place, when Potter gracefully potted at one from Black which disturbed his stumps. 2-5-11. Bico took his place, shortly after which Waugh who was going to make a score, war caught by Leonard off Bruce. 3-7-15. G. Whitooak wont in and the score shortly after began to make ahead, till Bico, bys ome moans or other was caught by Webster ol' Bruce. 4-0-35. J. White. oak wont to the crease, but ere long, ro turned from whence he came, being splendidly caught by Leonard off Black. 5-6-44. J. Hodges grasped the willow next, and was soon bowled and caught by Bruco....

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CRICKET. SKETCHES BY PRYING PETER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

CRICKET. SKETCBES BY PRYING PETER. "Crude they are I grant you, A sort of unlicked, ineondite things." COAS. LAMx. " arve 'em right," may not be a very humanly expression to use to any one who may have fallen into life's Slough's of Despond, or been driven from the highways into the byways of a fastidious and finical tasted sooiety. But be the phrase human or inhuman; polite or impolite, we feel it our bounden duty,, to use all its broadest, deepest, and longest sense to the Colling. wood cricket club. When a club, that can boast of being one of the best-if not the best-cricket club in Collingwood descends to the ignominious resort of importing players to try and drag the cup away, from the holders, by illegitimate means it is high time that they were wakened up to a sense of their dastardly and reprehensible deal. ings. Although in the past my leanings have been towards the Collingwood, I am compelled upon the present occasion to condemn most emphatically, what I con sider to be a ...

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CHAPTER XLIII. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

CHAPTER XLIII. EFFINGHMiT and . his companions' re inained some time on 'the mlii'ntaii side, till the rapidly increasing darkness warned them of the approach of night, whe ithey'begaii to retrace their steps. There,; was a disianit6 humi of human yoices from the valley below and, sone times a louder shout was heard; there wasv music also; binhda of strong-winded performers, at various parts, of the, camp, were awakening the echoes of the mountains, and' their blended strains, softened .by, distance, fell, pleasantly on the ears of the listeners. There "were added:to these:sotnds'the barking of watch'dogi ania the frequent discharge of firearms. As they descended the mountain:side ,a confusedi murmur, of many voices. from a wooded glen 9n,thgir. right hand 'arrested their progress, and the'flitting1 to and fro of several trclie' revealed an' asseililage of some huniidreds of niiners on the spot--which,' being' at some distance from the cJamp, was: ,ordinarily solitary. .Curious to k...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

hj.. ., ..,{'ýI p t ý... Fr lt PUBLISHED ;EVERY SATURDAY,,. ý,r, ,,,,,; ,;·r~abor Q¢mnitiqlV'?q nc;:,,, lit :··. N eo notice can be tlain-oft anono mous coih munications. Every letter must be accom panied by thAl naanme"I ' tddcdreas df the i.wzitangf;a sar ."for ,pubiicutipn, but, r~¶v48.¶~tlc7ff spf gpcZ./cn~tJ&. To avoidb invccn vienenc iandidelay to perso tti ,interestedL ue~have"to reatust thqt oU business. .comsnnnu~ic4~ p ,. ipjud , ruvertieements, j orers J r Elie ap2 , aid remiittancosb , b c drsseil lti ik110GI~tIC 'Srd'vni,`anr'nut't the'býIu 2' ;;I; mi 1in all cases5 to bea rpai4. Eettdrs'andI dtlher communnications intended for, ':insertion, I in, the neives columns, I sould ",be. dI delesaed toit ta ,;c4 i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

DRAPER &c R POYNTER POYNTER'S I:'CHEAP DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, . :;88,Sp ith-stre.et, C ?ollingwood. . . .. SCOTTISH H IGHLA:N D OIL, TE:': G?'E?E T CURE FOR RHEUMATISM1 GOUT , , .LUMBAGO. !. :NEURAL;GIA !'ATD .ALL. SKIN DISEASES.; E undreds ,of: tetimonlala from all.parts of thei country prove the Remedial Properties of this.truly Woiiderful Oil., Sold. by ; all respectable chemiets and store-keepers , thiroughout the Colonies. ,Wholesale Agent for Viotoria, South Austs: tralia, and New Zealand: "' THOS.' DORGAN, 20 FINDERS' LANE, W., MELBOUNE.' I5 : A': RKLYM .STREET,, CARLTON. IMRS. GREIG'S REGISTRY OFFICE, .87 BRUNSWICK ST., FITZROY. . : 'S. J. :JAY, 12"VICTORI/A PARADE, S, -MELBOURNE. P LAve doors from Dr. Brownless. Board and Residence for Famillos-Moderate. NIL lDESPERANDUM. A CBRTAINW CURE EOELTED BY TAXING . AUMONT'S COUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS TinI remedy will be found very beneficial In cases of Rheumatism. Rhonmatio Gout, Lumbago, and indeed all those Rheumatio affec...

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POETRY. PENIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

POETRY. SPENIEL. "There wrestled a man with him until the break. log of the day."--GaN. zxxxi 24. In the thick and dark oppression Of this life's turmoil and woe, I am wrestling with an angel, And I will not let him go. O, for strength to meet temptation O, for' will and power to knowl Give mestrength to follow duty, Or I will not let thee go. Pleasure's siren voice has lured me, With her whispers sweet and lows Passion has her spells cast o'er me, And she will not lot me go. And ambition's hand has pointed To the heights whore laurels glow; Envy too, at times, onohains me, And she will not lot me go. Ignorance and pride still blind me, Doubts still sway me to and fro;I Sloth and indolence yet bind me, And they will not lot me go. Life, not life.in-death, 0 give moe! Heart not sluggish, pulses slow; Give me will, not wishes merely, Or I will not lot thee go! Give me strength to front opinion, And in love of truth to grow; Give me light, and love and blessing, Or I will not let thee ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

GE NRAL NEWS, . ,Owing to he press of ?hoal dblate we are h nav 'Adably'dochpeled to 't'oyn e4i l contributions. Earthquakes.have +Boo,felt, at Ol aru,. At Dunedin a egmmission ,,ha4 bgen ap pointed to inquire into thebestelu ipe of destroyngxa , IbbIts ,,, :,ia t. d,h ":,; - S`, The itatistids of NewlZealand,show that in'February' last there 'were in Canterbury 57 499 acres t oft and:!under, wboat.h ;The estimated gross produce is4,770,868 busheol. 72,522 acres 'were sown' with oats,", 16,819 acres under barley,: The total ,number of acrds uhd6r-orop ineluding some graases was On Thursdayd' eni'lg" '?t, prose'ntaid'l in the shap'e of a hd4lsome quaar "album, was mniade by Mi. Baker;' senio', n"5b'ialf o'f the St. A'drew's Eihilcopal'church Choir, to. Mr. Norman? hontorary, orgdisEb 'and the director of the' ci'oir. ;' The mdOtifg' which 'was hold t 'testify' thb reispect' and ' dte. 'm hold by the choir forMr. 'Norman was pre sided over6by Mr.:Baker. 'Mri. Norinia acknowledged the ...

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THE CELTS AND THEIR LEGENDS. (CORNHILL MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

THE CELTS AND THEIR LEGENDS. (conrNUILL s IAOAzxIN.) Wherover one has to do with Colts, that people of poets, one finds them atoning for all the disasters of their history by what has boon well-called a "system of imaginary revonges." One finds them inventing an heroic past that never was; consoling the failures of their destiny by beautiful fanoels, and throwing a grace over their hard unhopeful lives with romantic dreams, traditions, usages. Those extremities of the Breton Cornwall, above almost all other places, have boon the haunt of the Celtic spirit and its poetry. I do not know how much of it still lives, either in memory or custom, nifong the people, whose ways are changing fast ; huntwhat has been collected In books is enough to make the whole ground alive to one. There is one reat myth' common to the Celtic race many places, the myth which tells fa mighty city submerged for .the wickedness of its inhabitants. In Breland, the waters of Lough Neagh &re supposed to co...

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SONG—I AM TO MY DARLING TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

BONG-I AM TO MY DARLING TRUE, LrrrrTT birdie softly singing Thro' the hush of twilights' hour, Come and breath the soft air's fragrance In the flow'r-inwoven bow'r; Come and let me hear the burden Of your whispered song aneow Ah! I hear you sweetly singing "Am I to my darling true ? " Birdie, tell him in sweet accents, Soft as tingling silver dew, Tho' the world should all forsake him. I am to my darling true I! Little birdie, his sweet utt'rance, And his dark eyes of delight, Charm me more than o'er could Siren, Are my spirit's joy and light: Oh I he is a precious darling, Gentle, bland, and lovely too I Fly to him, and softly whisper, "I am to my darling true." Birdie, tell-him in sweet accents, Soft as tingling silver dow, Tho' the world should all forsake him, I am to my darling true ! Tell him I am in the bower By.the-cool stream's violet brink, Waiting with a throbbing bosom Till my eyes his love-beams drink: Birdie, o'er the verdant meadow, With your tiny wings so blue, Fly, ...

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SATURDAY, MAR. 25, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

'' SATURDA'YpfAR26,'1mi876,".,1'1 . ";'G" ili " ii,1 ; -1 1 id,.i.,r' i ,, * +i' f I . ',, W:hrihave had am iarrow,escap~p, frm i another political, crisis.,imrThe 'Land,, ýrofp6it, 'lbid' Ind?omei lTa:6 Bill, intro-I S '9dll he overidiibh. 'io Yh.et the' dp c$gncief of tl, reyenue, was in ac cordacaiee whi the. prprmiso, maqeo Sir :JArCEs, 'McCLIIooH,,,recommitted. for the'reconsideration of theiHouse., ',O.ur readers 'ill irbemler't tithel,,the if prin' c le?"Ibf' i?' n?ediu're ~ereI'"hfhitned' bk vpry fui, ori ep of'thýe 1Asenlbly' which.lq4 the Goyprn'aent, t tri con. elusioni thantthere,wp?ld;lIe ino, seriosOl, 'diffibultyin the way'of.tho'Bili,.becom ling' law."' TliS the mreastire' hasanot secured t'heo t a ' of' di pople of the t;, colozl" ,none azor no r tlt fftf? . h i ; : ?l/ o?ii, l t| moment, dounbt; and ideed, it' : be::.regretted .that the, financed to, the colony, are in-' such condition as, to call foir the necessity of such;:a. niea. sdie. However, on Wednesdaiy ii...

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