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ENGLAND AND THE SOUTH PACIFIC. (PEACE SOCIETY'S PAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

ENGLAND AND TH.E SOUTH PACIFIO. (PEACOI 8001ETY's PAPERS.) FAnnMrs have a saying in reference to neglected thistledown,--" One year's seed, seven years' weed." The same principle applies to the pernicious results of allowing war, or any kind of violence, to usurp the place of peace. Long years do not undo the disastrous results. The American Civil War is, by its effoects, still carrying misery throughout thousands of homes in the United States, by the chronic condition of financial depression and social privation produced by it. Germany and France, the conqueror and the conquered, are alike being severely plilched by the heavy taxes and the crushing requirements of military con scription consequent on the great international duel of 1870-71. And now, on a smaller scale, England is r?nping amongst the islands of Milan a,: 9, il the ,south-west Pacifi, a hlrvvcrit ,l' nnuirr and injury, resulting rom the long series of cruelties which he planters (often virtual slaveholders) f Queensl...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

Tuo other day, while the gale was at its height, a nobby.looking Chinaman was walking behind a young lady dressed in the extreme of fashion, when a sudden gust of wind blew the Coleoatial's pigtail forward and wrapped the end of it around the lady's nook. Being frightened, she grabbed the end of the queue to snatch it away, but pulled in the wrong direction. The China. man also made a grab to recover his pro perty, but he was out of luck, as he got hold of those long curls which are usually seen hanging down from waterfalls, as well as of his queou, and when lie took a pull at it the whole of the Indy's top hair, hat and all, came off. 'lho lavly's head l.ii no hair on it, only a little that was gathurerl into a small knot that stood orolt, like the scalp. look of a Pluto bravo. If io'ver yot saw a Chinaman jistonisl?d at wlhat hu ,di done, it was that one.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

G': NERXAL NOTICE . i?3l 1t; ,:.r: cryT is pubtli.hi ?,.l tr ?,'v Syatuidtday 1 Morniln . Pcr:Uti, wihiin;g to laice the pap,er r-;:ti:uvly delivurd at Ehicir Iloc of busjina. ?I:"r renid.!nce will be chargel t 1. per } rn tar! ,.i, Lya,,blo in ulypa.nu ; by post 1i l . id. urr 1h urt.r, " '' '!hE qu 1 t ('ir ,on lt', nc( '. oil t.ht' fir't, Sat ,.. I T i ~ ;,' . ,,. ?, ' ,1r. Hn', ijP-.i f r r.-form-" • , • , . L I 't for iL.. r XIl'nttuge, Miscel laneoub, frissiung ieuds, 4 . ., Os 01. Notices' of Births, Deaths, ianil Marriages .. . ... 1., 0 . To' ADVERTISERS.-Notice to vithd?aw advertisements must be given in writing., i THE Mercury can be obtained from any f the following agents :S-ubscription 1 . per quarter. G. COAnNLL ... 167 Smith street. i Mrs. WooDRUes..;. 6 Br; n lck street.? Dvxx,' CARTE1 , tArcade , mith street. AND COLLINS I Mxr,. P?zLPOTT .. Johnston street.i Mr. O'KEE?s ... Heidelberg road. Mr. STzPHruNON... Gipps street. Mr. BAIunrr ... Smith street Mr. CAPPERrr ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

S?OOL I WOOL !.: WOOL I GO TO tY A,;, FANCY REPOSITORY, 0 erlin wool 4d. ; per' dozen. 'Fingering' Wools 3s: Gd. to 6e. per lb. re gest Variety of Colors at 1 2$i Smitha st ColluigwqC4 Storekeepers and hawkers supplied. ` I MRS. HIGGENS' ANOY REPOSITORY, 149 SMITH STREET, FITZROY. raiding Blocks in great variety. Pattenzix pod on, every. Material for, Bniidcng. k'ing do??. Berlin Woolin great'doriety t colors. Registry Office for Servant?. gent for Coutts' .guaranteed Acetic Aold. ' .MRS. FAIRLAM, a oy &? ariety Depot, 181 LkFdOW1STREET. he only Shilling Window in Carlton. ONM,?ElI'L' AND GEiL?RLI (PITER, ]APBIBAG MANUFOAC I , Grocers' Stationer do., 8 T.ss9L% ISTREET, MELBOURNE. BOOTS I BOOTS! y buy your boots anywhere else P tizens, stndy your pockeots, and come to W: RICHARDS, :y Opoites Wesleyan Church, 13 Br nst, ick Street; ' troy.y. T3e Truith. Spit an't~aiitlfabblakB6ots\ ýirtShoes youa will fnd?irh u at' T. PETERS 74 SMITH STREET, COLLINGW6OD, om 10 to 15 per cent. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

;NO' MORE GREY HAIRS'! FULLWOOD'S HAIR RESTORER IS NOT A DYE! (Registered.) '?Can there be a greater drawbaok ,to per sonal appearance than Faded or Grey Hair. This Preparation will Restore'Grey Hair to'its original color; itremoves all Dandruff and:Impurities from the Head, it prevents the Hair from falling off and is pronounced to be invaluable for nourishing,-, strength ening and benefitting the hair, and pro moting the curl. Sold in Bottles, 2s. Eaoh. Manufactured and Sold only by *R. J.1 :FULLWOOD, (Late Pearson) .Family and Dispensing Chemist, BARKLY & CANNING STS., CARLTON. N.B.-Physicians', Prescriptions and Family'Recipes Dispensed with the great=' est care and attention. Drugs and Chemicals of every description may be depended on as being not' only genuine but'of the purest q'uality-Lso essentially necessary where health is concerned.,: A Moderate Bcalse of Chaiges Observ'd. 'HAIR RESTORER. For beaitifying: and invigorating the hair; also for restoring grey hair to...

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COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD March 22nd, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

COUNCILS. CI TY OF COLi NGWOOD March 22nd, 1876. : There were present at the meeting of the above Council--The Mayor (Cr. Morgan), in.thetchair, Crs. Peters, Dohnert, Wright, .Kidney~ Walker, Holland, Smith; 'and Upton , . . . ... C" OBREPONDENO. i: S'Mr. Joseph Currie complained qf the intolerable , nuisance, arisng from offal standing at the, back premises of 'Isaac 'Swan, butcher. He .'als 'domplained' of .pigs being kept'on the premises. The' letter also stated that he had complained to the 'Inspector and could;get no redress, ! Thei ,INs?EOTOI statedthat ho, ad visited the promises and found ',no nuisance. The matter was'eferread to the' Local Board 'of Health. :' ''. . ro' 'miiNeate complained of effluvia arising from matter flowing from the. Collingwood :Tannery,; also of bal state 'of channels. R eferredtt Inspector, , On' b'ohalf of th'' Cbllingivood Bowling a~'d Croctiiet club, Mr. .Rest6rck, asked'for 'two pieces, of land in Victoria Parade, and if, the council would do f...

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CITY OF COLLINGWOOD DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

CITY OF': OOLLI)NGWOOD . DBMONBTRlATION,i ·, : Visitors nltering the City of Oollingwood, by way. of 'Johnston, Street, on..Tuesday morning, onthe 21st jistant, w9 ul l havo boon struelc, by the appoarance of biglit's Paddock, it pros6ntiibg ?il!tlhb rpiiarations for i 'Carnival or Fair. Here were' to be seen tMerry-go-rounds,:. Punch-and-Judy.. Shows, large platforms,,tqnts, booths, and Ilast but not least, a curious erection of bricks and mortiia At' sight'"of this the visitor 'wonders 'and 'iquires' itd purposd, but onlyirboeivo~ a shake of the head: The niystdry surrounding this, he is doteriined to fathom. ,He continues on his. journoy, when flags and , banners are to be soon itretched across,the 'street, anrid i he apL' proachos' Wellington'' Street "'he observes childeii' of all1 ages, wellidressedi eagerly hurrying. towards the -Couyt-hpuse. :. Op drawing, near, ,an pssomblage Ah b'tween eiglt and ton thusi.id 'childroh mniqds his wondering 'gaze; "thb'visit6'i is'thbie 'in'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

EVERY MAN OUGHT TO INSURE AGAINST FIRE. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COM PANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited) MODERATE RATES OF PREMIUM. DIRECTORS. Chairman-Richard Twentyman, Esq. Vico-Chairman-Thos. Moubray, Esq., J.P. J. L. M'Clure, Esq. Thomas Alston, Esq., J.P. I-on. C. J. Jenner, M.L.C. Matthew Lang, Esq,. Henry Stevenson, Esq. Head Ofilce: No. 1 Market-square, Collins at., Melbourne. WM. MACREDIE, Esq., J.P. Secretary, This Company covers iherisk of ejplosion from Gas. THE PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND, AND Investment Association. Registered under "Friendly oiooeties' Statute" 1865. SHARES £2'5 EACH. Entrance Fee, Ono Shilling per Share. Fortnightly Subscription, Is. per Share. Oiffers remarkablo inducements to INVES TORS, The most liberal terms.to BORROWERS, And the following rates of Interest to DEPOSITORS, In sums of .C1 and upwards: 12 Months ... 8 per cent, per annum, ,l; ,, ... 6 ,, ,, j. .,. ,, : PaLy-day-Every alternate Monday. OFFICE: 62 COLLINS STREET WEST, Branch Office: 130...

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

CHAPTER XLIV. WE have said that there was consider. able sickness at the diggings; and though not of a very fatal character, there was enough to give tolerably full and lucra tive employment to several members of the faculty, who had pitched their tents in that locality. In this respect our readers will perceive that the Turon gold.flelde wore, from some causeo or other, more favaurable to the miners than those of thb sister colony. Pro l1ably, however, the comparison is me'rely tehmporary. But, be this as it may, our three friends were proceeding ihoe\iwards, threading their way through the confused field of tents-now step ping' aside to avoid the fierce attack of a 'watch-dog-nbw springing over a smouldering heap of red embers; at one time accosted by a solitary digger, still seated at his tent-door,r smoking-and at-another hearing the loud objurgations qnd fleice contentions of voices, the owners of which were hidden by their canvas walls. :It was later than they had supposed; fo...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

ELECTORAL. OTICE " is hereby given, that the SUP PLEMENTARY LISTS for the Legis lative Council and the Legislative Assembly for the EAST AND WEST FITZROY DIVISIONS are now in my possession; and may be inspected, and objections to any name can be lodged with me at my office, 187 George-street, Fitzroy, at all reasonable hours up to and inclusive'of Tuesday, 4th' April prox. JOSEPH DUKE, Registrar. o ELECTORAL REGISTRATION., St. Mark's and Quarries. NOTICE.- Supplementary Lists of per sons claiming to be entitled to vote for nmembers of the Legislative Council for above Divisions are open for inspection at 37 George at., Fitzroy. W. J. GILCHRIST, Electoral Registrar. . ELECTORAL NOTICE. SI1HE SUPPLEMENTARY LISTS for the . SOUTH GLASSHOUSE DIVISION, of the Central Province and Electoral Dis tricts of Collingwood are now ready for inspection by all persons interested therein,' at the office, 217 Wellington street.': THOMAS HOOD, Registrar. ELECTORAL NOTICE I IEREBY give notice that the ...

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SCENES FROM 'LIFE IN THE WOODS.' CHENEY, THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

SCENES FROM 'LIFE IN THE WOODS.' OUNNEY, THE UUNTEln. You know one expects to hear of hunting achievements upon our $Western frontier, whore the sounds of civilization have not yet frightened away the wild beasts that haunt the forest. But here, in the heart of the empire state, is a man whose fame is known far and wide as the 'mighty hunter;' and if desperate adventures and hair-breadth escapes give one a claim to the sobriquet, it certainly belongs to him. Some ten or fifteen years ago, Cheenoy, then a young man, becoming onamoured of forest life, left Ticorondoga, and, with his rifle on his shoulder, plunged into the then unknown, untrodden wilderness. Here hoe lived for years on what his gun brought him. Finding, in his long stretches through the woods, whore the timber is so thick you cannot see an animal more than fifteen rods, that a heavy rifle was a useless burden, he had a pistol made, about cloven inches in length, stocked like a rifle, which, with his hunting-knife and d...

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FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN sroaY.) BY G. E. SARGEANT. ,·.'* . (rnox !'L B no ..!) ..OU..) THE? ;four men of whom we spake were 'quietly seated in their tent, when the cheering firom the neighbourhood of the commissioner's tent reached them, and introducing a fresh topic of conver cation. '"Thlat's capital now, that is," ex `claimed one of the party, whom our readers will recognize as Simeon Barnes. "Do ye hear it, Mr. Efling ham? There won't be no. rising of the licences this time, I guess; but a little of the contrary." "Very possible, Mr. Barnes. I don't -see how the government could very well maintain their position, with no physical force worth speaking of to Sback:, it, and the moral force of the 'diggings against it. It has appeared to me, all along, to be a false move," "I reckon then, sir, that you'll be for: buckling to again as soon as that little matter is settled. A right down waste of time this strike has been, and no mistake.; But it can't be helped." "No," replied P...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, MARCH 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, MARCH 20th.   Before Messrs. Woodhead, Bennetts, Falconer, and Marsden. William Tobin.—Drunk and disorderly. Fined 10s or forty-eight hours imprison- ment. Martha Aulls.—Drunk and dirorderly.   Discharged.     Theresa Doyle.—Charged with being     drunk and disorderly, was discharged. —A man named Batten was charged with being drunk and disorderly. His wife charged him with threatening her life. On the first charge he was fined 10s or forty eight hours; on the second he got 20s or seven days.   Patrick Lunnigan, and Mary Heffernan, were charged with vagrancy, being in a drunken state, laying across each other in   Hoddle street. Mary said she hoped the bench would discharge her as she had a lot of hens and five poodles to look after. The bench gave both her and Patrick three months each. Mary was very anxious to know how her poodles would be looked after in...

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OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 March 1876

OLLA PODRIDA. A ball was given by the German residents of : Sydney, . N.S.W., in honor of the :Emperor's birthday, on Thursday last. It :passed off brilliantly. A wouman'and a child are reported to have boonh drowned in the Iarwon on Thiurs-. day last. , Mr. Brooks, saddler, Echuca, has served a writ on Mr. Pascoo, town clerk, for liboel lous statements in the latter's report to the Board of Health respecting the condition of Brook's promises. lie claims £2000 damages. A Russian correspondent- writes to the St. Louis Globo-Dentocrat that there is to be a groat European war, with, on the one side, France, Austria, and Russia, and on the other Germany, England, and Turkey. A woman was lost on the Star diggings, and after twenty days the search was aban doned. .Tapan has commenced war with Coota. There is no authentic news of its progress yet. The RIov. J. C. M'Michael, formerly of Victoria, resigns the pastorate of Gawlor Congregational church to settle perman ently in England. A meet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

D RAPER I&c -R 'PO Y N TE .R 88 ý 1.1186"I D )r 88 POYNTER'S HEAP DRAPERY SESTABLISHMENT, 88 .Smith-street, .Collingwood. SCOTTISH I GH L AND OrIL, THE GREATE %CURE FOR HEUMATISM G'OUT LUMBAGO. 1EURALGIA AND ALtS SKIN DISEASES. undredsof( ttimonials froim'all parts;of e country prove;the Remedial Properties this trtily Wonderful Oil. Sold by all peotable. ohepilstse and store.keepers . throughout the Colonies. olesale Agent for Vict6ria, South Aus. alia, anid New Zealand : THOS. DORGAN, OG LINDERS' LANE.W., MEtiBOURNE. 35 BA?KLY STRE??T, CARLTON. MRS,; GREIG'S' SEGISTRY OFFICE, 87- BRUNSWICK ST., FITZROY. SS.P\ .JJ F' AY, .. S 12 V/ICTORIA :PARADE, MELBOURNE. Fivo doors from Dr. Brownless: rd and Residenceo for Families-Moderato. IL DESPERANDUM. A CERTAIN CURE EFFECTED BY TAXING AUMONT'S OUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS ass remedy will be found very boneficial in cases t Rheumatism. Rhoeumatio Gout, Lumbago, d indeed all those Rheumatic affections so nearly lled ,to them, such as pai...

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CRICKET. CAPULET V. COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

CRICKET. : 1 OAULBT VE COLLINOWOODh This :matdh was resumed on 8atiday last, and, though the weather threatened t'o be unfavorable, there were a great many persons present to' witness the game. Ward, Treailaway, and Leonard were absent from the match, and Black captained, and in his modesty did not put himself on to bowl, this may have assisted the Capulet's score. The Capulet captain sent HI. Htdges and Maynard to the wickets. Bruce started the bowling with a maiden. Fulton started from the other end and 6 was scored off it; however, his next over was a maiden. Bruce bowled a maiden and a wicket in the same over. Hodges retired. 1-5-8. Maloney filled his place, made a double and was bowled by Bruce. 2-2-10. Lacey stepped to the crease, made a single and retired before Bruce. 8-1-18. At this juncture a heavy rain began to fall, making. cricketers and spectators beat a double-quick retreat, nor was the game re sumed during the afternoon. The follow ing are the Collingwood scores for ...

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SCENES FROM 'LIFE IN THE WOODS.' [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

SCENES F1ROM 'LIFE IN THE WOODB.' AFTER breakfast, our little- fleet of three skiffs wwas launched, and we paddled slowly up the lake. In the meantime, the east wind, which always poisons me, died away, and this beauti ful sheet of water lay like. a: mirror in which the blue heavens were qutietly gazing on their own beauty. After rowing two or' three; miles, Mitchell remarked 'itwas a good time to "start a deer.:. I hail'dthe e bets,, and'in a few minuteps we were in close consultation as to the ,best mountain on which to put out the dogs. 'Anywhere,' said P--.,,. 'will'fetch one;' "but that mountain .(pointing to thei left) is. the best, Ifoir the echo of .the cry.of the hounds comes down from: it in- grand style. I wantH---. to hear the echo of the chase along its sides once; it is more blood-lstirring.thanthe sound of. a trumpet.';. Sending. one boat a mile and a half ahead; and' one back, Mitchell and myself landed'the: hunter and dogs and took a.middle, station, " '?-They had s...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

WEEKLY ABSTR?CT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. ABSTAOT of births and deaths registered in the metropolitan and. suburban distriota during the week ending March 18; 1876, Distrit. Births. Deaths. Brighton... . ... 2". 2 Brunswick ... ... 6 4 Carlton ,.. .. . 29. i 12 Collingwood ... ... 7 156, Fitzroy (North) .. ... 6 8 Flemington . ... .. 2 Footscray . ... 2 2. Hawthorn. ... ... 1 1 Hotham ... .. . . 8 6 Kew ... ... ... 4 Melbourne (South) ..' 4 18 Melbourne (West), 12 10 Prahran ... ... ... 4 .5 Richmond ... 18 18 Sandridge .; ,. 8 5. Emerald Hill .. ... 17 .14, South, Yarra ... ... 8 :8 St.Kilda... . ... 0 9, 2: Willianatown ... .,.. 6 6 140 127 The deaths ascribed to.. scarlet fever amount to 16. : " Of the total deaths 86, or 51 per cent., were children! not exceeding the age of 8 years, 47 being under the age of one year. *Six in Fitzroy. TnU ErFET OF HUMAN SALIVA ON POIs onous SNAxrs.-The deadly effect of human saliva on poisonous snakes is positively asserted by a Georgia (U.S.A.) far...

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COUNCILS. FITZROY, MARCH 31ST, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

r . J l ''0, i COUNCILS. , ,1::FIT'rROY, MARCH 01sT, 1870. i, At, the bmeeting, of: ther above'Council, there ?ere present, Cr.,Tucker in the chair, COr.,Ewing,rRowe, Evans, Showers, Lyons, Woodhead.andHackett. 1 ' "'r; '' 'conRESPONENOm .' ,',tr. Jou, RAIN 'asked for, composition pavembpttot be ltid in' front of his premises in Gieorge stroot. Rofe~red'to Pubho Works Committee. G. FosnYKE complained of ajnoyance to his tenants, in Napier street. Letter, was ieferroie'o Inspotor of Policoto be dealt with. o TA ?eoting.Tow ,Clerk, of Melbourn infornimItheCouinolthat the Commissioner S6~f railways, and rpads',would be happy to receive a deputation from city and suburban councils.n the. subjeot of legalizing the collectio, c'tolls from the 30th June prox., on, Wed?i }ay, the 5,th' of. April, Letter receiveid, 1 ; Mr. IiGENBs' asked for use 'of a.,room under, the Town Hall, for' theb uipose of faoilitting the gleansiiig contritct.business. Granted, at a nominal charge; of is. per month ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

.. :: :"" ~"'ELECT'ORii:AL: thi S . 'OTiT dE is ho'mebb gien;'that the SlUP i1N 'PLEMENTARY'LISTS fdr the Ilegis. dative Council and the Legislative Assembly ,for, the EASTI AND, WEST: FITZROY ,DIVIIqXNS.aro now in my possepsion, and may beo inspected, 'and" objeotions to any midno cain' e lodged .with' mo at my' fflde, A87 Georgo-street, 'Fitzrdy, at'all'reasonabl6 ,hours up. to and linclusive of ?Tuesday' .4th April'prox. O H -., o no, JOSEPH DUKE, Registrar, ;. ELECTORAL REGISTRA.'T'ION. St.'M?i??'s and Quarries:' OT''ICE,-- Supplementary !Lidtsl:df! per . sons claimi?gto li. antitled Y? for members .of "the Lgisativ' Cunccl 'for iil3vo ti obins' are' open ifor tai'ctiin t 37+Georgessb:;iFitzair"dy .'''n' . -? r *• i ' , :. toW vJ.IG IL C H R IS ,; ' . . :, ,ii ElectoralRegistrar.; I 0TT" (I SSHOUSE D]IVIS]ON, oif thie CoktialP oriiicba id' Electdiial"D'ig tricts of Collingwood are now reuady for inspoctlor'by'all persons interested;therein, at the oflice, 217 Wellington street.,...

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