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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 16TH. [Before the Mayor (Cr. Moore), and Messrs. Robb. Raven, Woodhead and Wm. Kidney, J's.P.] DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. SMoUel.e\r,' Ocroniec Itri. [B-efore thol.Mayor (Cr. Moore), and Messrs. Robb. Raven, Wooodhead and Win. Kid ney, J's.P.] Mary Brown; i iliam " Smith, George O'\ril and John Anthony were cLhargd?iith the habore offence. Anthony-was fined 10s. with the alternative of 48 hours, and the others were achl floiel us.' itlcthe option of 24 hours imprisonment. ROWIbYI39. A young ra toened Thomas Bulrgess rnra preoentedl on three distinct charges: being irnik and disordnlerly. uanlawfuloly ssaulting one Charles Griffiths. and making use of obhsocn langouae withlli tiln hearing of the pullie. The evideano of Coontables Herbert au:l M'Mahon wcel to show that tile pri incr eais d fmk and disorderly in Smith etreet on Saturday night, and that upon befing rrestel he resisted violently, and ,lade ile of tile obscene lanllinle eomplainld of. A ongn n meo namenl edeb .Johnston, who is employed in tie Telegraph office. cLove corroborative evhlence. Te Imbeoh lheld ...

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

THE THEBAID OF EGYPT. One of tile most interesting and instrue tire lectures ever given in the Melsourne TIown 1tall was delivered on Monday evening last by the Very Rev. Prior Butler, O.C.C., retitled " The Thebald of Egypt" and its in tlence on civilisation. The chair was taken by Sir John O'Shanassy, and a number. of eadiLg citizens occupiedl eats on.the plot form. The Imll was crowdeLs. Prior Butler who appeared it toe garb of the order to which he belongs (the Carmelites) was well received, and stated that the Thebaid of E,'ypt laid the fouldation of the present high sttt of civiliation in the world. After dwelling ot the past condition of Egypt, politicall, socially, and morally, he pointed out the reasolls wlichl nlltlenecd en in t oceking a life of solitude wherel they otuld praetisce piety amlc devotion away from the disturlbig rlelttuts of worldly alffairs. St. I'acl was the foulderof Monoasttiism, having been driven into E?ypt by the persecitiou to which the Christians we...

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THURSDAY, OCT. 19TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Holden, Dwyer, Showers and Woodhead, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

TenURSDAY, OCT. O19UI. (Before the Mayor. andl Messrn. Holden, Dwyer, Showers and Woodhead, J's.P.) DRUNP K AND I)ISO|LDERLY. Elizaitbeth Johnston wos eharged with the ablove offence. As shle had been locked up for omee hours she was eautlioned and dis charged. I NULTINC .IEIH.VIOr Charles Wright. for insulting behavioor in a pllic place wU fined 20s. with the option of 7 days imprisonmentt. LAtICXNY. Thomas Campbell was convicted of potty Inrceny anl wos sent to gaol for 7 days. ? rreos?:crr ox. William Quinn was brought up on remand charged swith assaulting his wife. As the proscutrix faied to pt in an appcarance when called tihe prisoner was disceharged. a VIClors no('. Daniel Murphy v. William Newhbold. The defendant ous stimlnolied for bIeing the owner of a dog that had bitten the coot plailant andi tore his trousers. Filed IOs. with 5s. damages and is. costs. • LI.EED AQSAULT. Madame Garake r. Mrs. IIarris.-Assault. As Madlame Garske'a witneaesc were not in attendance the case...

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

SPORTING NOTES. CRICKEr'. Oi.Oriiq PLYEli IrOT i i.AV. 'tn.li.ao.. Crr. Alexandra v. North Fitzroy. The match for the above trophy was finished last Satur day, wanl resulted in a win for the former by : wickets and -I rmn. The In?ttin;g of Reid for the former anod Finnie for the latter was very good while the bowling; of Newman, Jlhntt ald Topping for the iorner amd that of Fijno for the latter was. exellut. Nonew moan, in the nad innings, took 6 rwickets of the North Fitzroy for: runs. The match between the Fitzrov and 1S of Jubilee will he continued this afternoon at Fitzror. The scores at present are Fitzroy 93, Jubilee 9 wickets for 4-1. North Star v. Commercial resulted in a win for the former in one imninge nad one run, the mcores being Comtnmeriaol I and 40, North Star Ot. Rainbow (club eleven) v. Powlett Juniors resulted in a victory for the fourmer by U! ?als, scores :;I and o Lt. lne high-et scorern for the winners were M'iIntyre 10, Dunkin. son i, nul the oost ouesosftl I...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XVIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

t "lO)U1$,; gTORY TILLEItL._.,L tour- t OtbN A'S CUItfhFi. CtAt5 XrreI lii.( iCouctied)cri) ': hieclgh tineo chcnoleroe interstices o0 tnless osceqecelny pilled mnnce, ticadeylight peeped,, end tre ltoetiret futile hnd mdie their way. proving 'luxothuutiy wherever theycold told a patch o f earth to it -0 root open. Ivy, too, withi its Ilroenildi glnesy Icae crept about the roft or henco its grerefl spley to the air votit theo whini wetted thern taewnle somel. roej i projectiotn, rownd wvtdqh they, helg, tlreciog out new shoots tonevery 1.reeo . Ther se ,' 0neo herak to tine rawk, ,to woldch Nota cihn ehd, to drink to the teanuty or, the a moos c, that hegan to glitter to prti miatte woe oupon tine lithil wntteeA ra p. tenons eeoewantion ibrt troeen hor ti1 is, ot theCntn oa rstheere d to ier eyes, ac1 aollrd ulotyl.dowoleer chehks t for, for ielown, mie chnhl spe thenngih the spnay, no throughn roti", tine stniiitng vlleno of tyoveer i the air seononer on wchice Lcwneiiyt'e looks, p...

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

0 {INWI ; R,, I jg4 l 238 SLIT'R ST. a41,>LýDt(D b P RRICES !!l WHOLESALE CLOTHING COY;, 'IT tEIllR , TAll.01RS OF AUSTRALIA, WQL A1O TWED' TO TR FOkRMLER IIlCEs, 2s. (kl. .REDUCED TOls 10.6., SUITS TO ORDER, 42s. 6d. OPENING rNiW lltANOli, 238 8311TH STREET, COLLINJitW9OD. Opp siý Coe I'alcc, aui adijohdng the Monte do Pl'lote Loo nid Discount Coilpany. TO THE PUBLIO.-Owing to tihe generous suoppotrt bcivet from nlio publie, And tire gret and unrinvalled success we havI met with, Ihas iduced the OdCcply to sill furtlIor iolnease tihqir enterprise by ollpening a NEW IlRANOII AT 224 SMITh1 S'IItEL1', COLLIN11OOD, oposito thCoflbeo Palace: In so doing we, feCl contideletwo are n t iclllotig oth witol of our, ienlyi Collingwooai and i'ithroy custcmers, fom whom weo hope to receive the same liberal support int th future that the public have kindlly bestowed upoi us ill tho 1pot. :iI ' f'q n l litOg aI L aTII nf O I t' WHOtLESLE I PRICES, mid Sto hh li oritlpat unii bdstoried pojn'tb ...

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

t -1'10G0 AfND _UMM lm SiASON. EDIWARD CORNELL alns aecl pleasure In araaoanrl;g,tlit Irel toIln ra alrieg lrlA Ii ins now',:ns I L Ad Si oft NEW SPRING1 GOIDS 'Comnptisingtie t re LEADING. NOVELTIES , Nev desaigns lc.ierpate, Cretomrn oLaco Cnrtaina,..koa. Siri ael attitfla 1alsdl cted to the printed Sattoaonse Carbric, Zaplhyre, toe, which are very orlCO nuld entirely Noew Iafleras. All marked at LOWESTOCASI PRICES, ROCIJESTER ROUSEn Now Cash Drapery Warehoase, Corner of Smith ilnd Pool Streets, 00CLLINC WOO ), Also at 51ADlI.INIi IIOUSIo, coaer Q ueelnrerry and Mlndcllia Sli., CAfiT.i'ON. AND A4T "05 BOURiKE TI'IlET EAST. ENGlISH ALE. BASS'S No. 4, IN SPLENDID CONDITION, 0a DwenanT rT THri: NATIONAL H"`OTEL, BIIRUNSWICK STREET. 1ARIC llraidy Drinkers nadmit thalt Thre. rinaron'e 1i870, as obtained at the Na. tional lHotel, Is raaure alled. " amllairni, Wlfkie Wince, rl d RlRun, are lIl tlarar act of hold lry tlreopraprrctor of THE,NATIONAL IfOTEL. .. nldl.tABI, 1 One of Allroak's...

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

F. J. BRITTEN, AucrobE:.S & ESTr.OT AGExT, .1 . . . . ' .AN :"" rPROrEPTY ELXCHAIAN E, RAE STREET : Propeics For Sale or To Let . AGENT For the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company.' " Capital l- £,Si2,000. (ELtablishl.ed 1S0. ) LOWEST. CURlRENT RATES. Losses promptly anod lilrally ettlod. Transfers from other Ollices free of expense. MONEY TO. LEND On Freehold Security. from 5 per cent., 'F. H. H. BRITTEN & CO: No. 9 HRITTEN'S BUILDINGS, RAE STREET NORTH FITZROY, " - IIUIL1)ERS and FULRNISHING IRONMONGERY In eversy variety, at such PRICES :THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Builders and others favouring theor with a call will find it to tleiri ndvantage to do their LRuiness at tlhis establishment. A 'G cE -T For the celebrated SINGER'S SEWING MlACHINES The superiority, of. three, oachines is prored bly thoe fct tlht 56a1,06. or orcr 1,000 per wirek, were sold last year. o LIBERAL TERMIS; W. RE EAGER, HAURMACEUTICAL CHEMIST. RAE STREET Corner Wo?tins-st., NORTH FITZROY.:...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XVIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

OUR " STORY TELLER . M-IONAS CURSE. SCi?&-Tr XV'IIL (Continued). - Throughi the tnlerous interstices of these unequally pilled mnones, tle daylight peeped,. and the tloveliust fecerl had nade their way growing luxuriantly wherever they could liod a -patch of earth. to take root upon. Ivy,. too,. withl its green nrd glossy leaves, ce?pt about: the roof, or. hunll it graceful sprLys in the air rntil the windwafted them towardnls sonme rough projection, around whick they cling, throwing out new shoots in every direction. .Ther. was one lreak hi the rocks, to which Nenta ot eliml, to drink inl the hoaoty of.tle sulroys, tlat bleg.l to glitter in pris matic hem upon the limpidi water. A rap turous excamatton burst from hier lips, and thon tear -gathered in her eyes, ndll rollted slowly down hier cheeks ; for, far belowi, he could. tee through the spray, as through a veil, tlhe siiiliig valley of Llynvtawr ; the fair scene ' on witch Lewellyia' loeos. per chutlee,wlll r t that min...

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

TEE STAGE. "The Strategist" is still ncning at the 1'rincess Theatre, and appears to cave tho roughly ingratiatel itself into publli favor anud is therefore likely to hare an eatendel run. ".The Strategist" will be repeataed a-sic this evceing and dauring the week. Tlhis afteneoon at 2 o'cloek a testimonial eu tertainmeut is to nb tendered to Mr. Sheri dan as a mark of appreciation of his splendid representation of Shakesperian interprets= tions. Fire companies are to take part in the cntertaintent whiril will comprise coi-. edly, concert and tragedy. 'A local sketch entitled "Tle Lion of the Day," a grand. operatic and miscellanerous concert, anw the fourth cnet fron " Tile M\erchant of Veonice" noastituting thn ps grannne. Every elfort has been sade by the profession, iwho have all gratuitously given their services, to nuhe the entertaimnent a thorough success, and it only romains with the pubhlc to second tlheir efforts anl prove Iby a bhomper house that, they also thoroughly app...

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

FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of tihe City Council was held yesterday eveniug Pere ect: The Mayor (Cr. Moore), Crs. IHolden, Bennetts, Showers, Brooks, Phlinps, Grigg, 31'1aolln and W\'oodhead. Tile minutes of the previous Incetilu anod the outward eorrespoldence were rean antd confirued. COrst:tI'OtNDtFMlE. i. From the Secretary of St. Mark's Sunday School, protesting adailnst the charge of 7s. for cleansing tile lower hall.-Refecna l to Finance Committee. 2. From ,Mr. A. Day, comuplaiing of tile unsafe condltion of tie crossing and chaInel in front of his premises.--llreceived. At tended'to. .. From Ir. A. ]l. Lewis, Brnmswick street, complaining of thie stench arisin, from the gutter in front of his premises and a.sking for a removal of the nuiesace.--le ceired. Steps taken to remedly evil. 4. From tihe City Council, .Mellourne, fornarding claim for .5 17s. StO., half cost of liglhting lam.p in \'ictoria Parade.-ltc ceived. 5. From .W. M. Darvieus, q., manag...

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

OPENING INEW BRANCH;, 238 SMITH ST. REDUCED PRICES!!! WHOLESALE CLOTHING COY., PREMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. GEELONG TWEED' TROUSERS FORMER PRICE, 12s. Gd. REDUCED TO 10s. 6D. SUITS TO ORDER, 42s. 6d. OPENING NEW BRANCH,; 238 SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD. Opposite Coffee Palacc, and adjoining the Monte de Picte Loan and Discount Company. TO THE PUBLIC.--Oding tothe generous support received from the public, and the great and unrivalled success w veh met with, has induced the Comnany to still further increase their enterprise hy opening a NEW BRANCH AT 238 SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD, opposite. the Cofebe Palaue. In so doing we feel confident we are anticipating the wants of our many Collingwood and Fitroy customers, from whom we hope to receive the same liberal support il(the future that the public have kindly bestowed upon-us in the post 7 `', lling §ING(LE yIAR1ENTS a4 W1HOLESeLE PRIlES, aml ._o tmeliheral patronnage bestowed upon us by a Discerning Public we are doing by far the Large...

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

S PRIZG AXD SUMIIER SEASON. EDWARD CORTNEL Has much pleasure in announcingtlhat lie is uow makinig liis 'FIRST DISPLAT NEW SPRING GOODS Comiprising the LEADING NOVELTIES New designs in Carpets, Cre:onnes, Lace Curtaius, &c. Special attention is directed to the Printed Satteens, Cambrics, Zephyrs, &e., which are very choice and entirely S New Patterns. All marked at LOWEST CASH PRICES. ROC HESTEIWHOUSE New Cash Drapey Warehouse, Corner of Smith and 'eel Streets, CO. LI N W 0 OD, Alo at MADELLNE IIOUSE1, cornir Quccarbcry anld ladlcine St:.. CARILTON. T 205 BOUIRKE STi'iEET 1EAST. ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S Io. 4, IN SPLENDID CONDITION, OS DILIriiT T AT Tr NATIONAL HOTEL, UItUNSWICK STRELT. D ARK ]'randy Driiiunkrs admit t that r tiaston's lT0, as olbtaild at the Na tiotal intel, is unequalledl. lraedies, Whiskiie, WVinev, ansd Rumn.are all taken out of boas Iby the proprietor of TIlE NATIOXAL HOTEL One of AUcok's Best Tables. Single Bottles at Wholesale Prices. G. POTTEt, Pn...

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

SATURDAY, OCT. 21st, IS2. TiE people of Victoria are essentially lovers of out-door amusements and sports. The line climate, genial atmno sphere, and the almost entire absence of anything approaching really bitter weather, are very probably the main causes of this fact, while the hilarity and agreeable glow occasioned by exer cise in the open air under such favor able circumstances, render such sports not only attractive but positively bene ficial To the residents of cities, no tlhing is of more importance than a regular and periodical outing. The sedentary habits which are the con coinitants of 'trade and coummerce, the daily drudgery at tie desk and counter reluire some relief, otherwise the human system quickly becomes fagged, the intellect dulled, and life a weary task. uNo wonder then that the few hours which can be spared frosm busi ness are spent in the fresh bracing air, and that the sports of the people are such as give the muscular systems that play and action denied it in...

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THURSDAY, OCT. 10TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Holden, Dwyer, Showers and Woodhead, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

THURSDAY, OCT. 19th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Holden, Dwyer, Showers and Woodhead, J'sP.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.   Elizabeth Johnston was charged with the above offence. As she had been locked up for some hours she was cautioned and dis. chargoe. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. Charles Wright, for insulting behaviour in a public place, was fined 2s. with the option of 7 days imprisonment. LARCENY. Thomas Camphell was convicted of petty larceny and was sent to gaol for 7 days. NO PROSECUTION. William Quinn was brought up on remand charged with assaulting his wife. As the prosecutrix failed to put in an appearance when called the prisoner was discharged. A VICIOUS DOG.   Daniel Murphy v. William Newbold. The defendant was summoned for being the owner of a dog that had bitten the com- plainant and tore his trousers. Fined 10s. with 5s. damages and 5s. costs. ALLEGED ASSAULT.     Madame Garske v. Mrs. Harris -Assault. As Madame Garske's witn...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 16TH. [Before the Mayor (Cr. Moore), and Messrs. Robb, Raven, Woodhead and Wm. Kidney, J's.P.] DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 October 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT.   MONDAY, OCTOBER 16TH.rot.       (Before the Mayor (Cr. Moore), and Messrs. Robb, Raven, Woodhead and Wm. Kid-             ney, J'sP.] DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. Mary Brown, William Smith, George     O'Neil and John Anthony were charged with the above offence. Anthony was fined 10s. with the alternative of 48 hours, and the     others were each fined 5s. with the option of 24 hours imprisonment. ROWDYISM. A young man named Thomas Burgess was presented on three distinct charges; being   drunk and disorderly, unlawfully assaulting one Charles Griffiths and making use of   obscene language within the hearing of the public. The evidence of Constables Herbert     and M'Mahon went to show that the pri- soner was drunk and disor...

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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

COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, OCT. 17TH.   (Before Messrs. Turner and Barnett, J's P.) NEGLECTED CHILDREN. A boy of ten years of age was brought up of remand as a neglected child. It appeared that the police found the boy wandering   about and after making a great many in-   quiries they found out where his father lived in East Melbourne. The father now ap- peared in Court and informed the bench that   he could get no good of the boy, who was in the habit of staying away from home for the last six months. The chairman discharged   the boy and ordered him to go home with his father.   Edward J. Murphy, a boy of eight years of age was next brought before the bench as a neglected child. The boy's mother ap-   peared to prosecute, and informed the bench that the child was beyond all control. Wit-       ness wished to have him sent to the Indus- trial Schools, a...

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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

CARLTON COURT.     WEDNESDAY, Oct, 18TH. (Before Messrs, Craven, McMurtrie, and Lewis KEPT DARK. A middle aged woman named Elizabeth Gilling was brought before the court charged with some offence. After holding a whis- pered conversation with the prisoner, the sergeant of police informed the bench that she pleaded guilty. Fined 5s. with the   option of 24 hours incarceration. ASSAULTING A WOMAN.               Richard Sutton was charged with having     unlawfully assaulted Mary Jane Crump. The prosecutor deposed that she had been   keeping house for the prisoner for about three weeks, and that between 12 a 1 o'clock on Tuesday the prisoner, without the slightest provocation struck her a violent   blow on the mouth with his clenched fist. Witness had four teeth knocked out, went   to the Melbo...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT MONDAY, OCTOBER 23RD. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs Robb, Showers and Barnetts, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 28 October 1882

ikPOlOE INTILLIGENCO. 0 h l' *M ,d Oi7i0000' 23,no, (Beforo Mr. Alloy, P.M., nml Mosslr Rolii, S Bhoers ano d iarlnlotte, J'.P.) 1i tKnt Nolnl, 110ajinin Io, ( Jooplh Frot. Ior, Jnmoil TloVll,,inno! Jnmo, no anloy wor 'onmrgnod ,ltio tiodool;dofl.oiojonoi, . lliiwroa ' ? ; I'IN UILTI.n'Glll IIA iolI.h ' ' A 'yontb oninotil Heonly Mlrp y ws olinrgedi with Insllting bIeloaoior In na plllo place. After ioering tio erlooiin of Con. stoble Conhll,. tie b,l,in'i 'inlllolnd a lnlo of 108., willb tihe nltorlillvn of .I'lboilrs Impri. lononcilt. I?i'nL'nrTINO TII POLI1.r. Tliorinss yvn l w«i ionlhireon o forolotrot. litg an ositnilo In tli oxectiion of ol lnty. Tive o of CpI lbl IItatlin, whc n'o o corolnointoDl wn 'to "icolAt tint at nlonat noon on uorntr tlen 8tB, i?t, who a'rrested a prioneOr O nent o10 h11, ll wosn. AtoinUi lilna to thlo wniatcbholn wloin Ityln ntorfcnal, caught hiol of JaTckson nAIl Tili 'said th' lil 'Ni 1-, nlkt Iftfl?hli?i,+o4 alh phl Rd noon yi to. wltnos, lot lin g...

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THURSDAY, OCT. 26TH. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Showers and M'Lean, J's.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 28 October 1882

TiwretuAY, Oar. 2677.° (ittfore the Mayor and MoaMrs. jShowera nand htLEno, J's.l'.) DRUNRRNNNIIsB Willtam Bradly was chargcd with having been drank while in clmhargo of a horae nal cart. ,The prisoner dmitted thoeoffoenoc, rnd pl?addn theiro ha como nartcOn miles to stl o mle vcotahblos. Fined los., withll ho alternative of 4a hours imprisonment. vAnn. t. V. Anr old woman nramedr Snram (ilcson aa ch argore witr the nbovo oit'aro. CiO,,nn tio Callendori dcpotil tlhant on Wdncsday aftr: nooni tle prisrror was bch?g ig ir tih streoL~. Witress asked her where slllO irer, niII the prlsonar at firstsatid sala iirod at Sr. Kr!dn. otr next raidI rsh tIrod Ir Lorsro doIsliett, crr tthenr mid Itor rcsl[oenc rr'a it Ia 'J'robho street, i[tollnrno. Iii reply to qrrstionas prt by thr Ib'ncr the priarrrr naosa mi tlmt s ,i m ertimes.r rnidmi nAt St. ,Kitdn, onri somotlroiroairr Mnlmamrn, tha sio mwrll 'oamn charing aond got a living y honrest industry. Diaschnrgd rrithln cantial m :,.. - llOulY....

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