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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 November 1882

TO TOE EolTOO9·P TIfE FITZOOYIjCITY PORFOO Srt,-On hohalf of tho Austin Hospital flor Incurables I be to tolcit thp-dlonntions Po tljechnlitolily hjIiosid oitizono of Fitiroy on cohmlIton that the publi contri0to0 Mscodlition that tho phblio contriboto 9 ore witlin pa~-lrod e pe tlmllete appoeal oly not bo in-vain, but wll nert with a' f?loty notep?no?|o f * 1 o Sitr yeunO ho.; * • HMARf'ARETg4 A BLACKETT, October 25, 1882..0 . TOP.'L:.S-'9ý iptioir l.ill ifb'o',ccfrdS."y Mrs. C. I. IBlckott, 158 oortrado.atreot; and by the editor'~f "tfi 'Fitzioy' City Prme," I?ioawicmi street: I

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THE FITZROY LIBRARY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 November 1882

TO.TIt TEDITOR OF TOE IIXTZROY;CITY 10000.tl r Soin-WllII you rint imttdý(through' the colnnofourotyoo iiubctil philferto call tho attentionof thtoo! I power to aiceed long felt Inhitzroy, vie, theooieningof thonboot tnstitotitn to Rhe putolto (riong theocay. It is mthor stmage that.cock ,oo ,dtllocto clt4 ot~itz'ro 'ehoulrl enlfcr'ier liobghbour Coliingi ood, to takeo tiio load , ! ocattors literary. Suoolyw0 ofiis 001 hob tbiljii, our ooighbooro I, Iený am' qiioeuro tRit if tho itbrarr leoro opeoird idring the iaytit would be well ppntroatsdl. ,Iongylw1 use your. vi tjonotoio IgrItY00OOitsthisiboon Y ': ( i romain o nig re 1 : f'oure ,ho -

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THE STAGE BIJOU THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 November 1882

.. . ,TAGQ DIoln THEATRE.l Mr. Dlopier in his greant leprsoreantlon ind "No Moray" and thle "Green rfner of Eo?-' Inld," has been dolaing crowded houses at tie abovo theatre during the week, and na til.he last nmed dlram wasM only prrOluoed during the lltter portion of tile week, it uill be prod nce I again this evening and entil further notice. It is a drama well wortl' witnesssng as it abounds in thrilling incl' lents an affnords opportunlties for n. display of talent whelich is filly taken ndvanetage of{ Mlis Amlo Adoer antd little Rose, neld a :rlo otrers ake part in t .or ?TIte tatolielhll /If, i~r.k lilleold .efli favonrto e lnpersonltion ine "Yolthl" are ane ainced csc thelsat tioso t levo intoed eewitnes. leg its'edrfdnrii-'ni?lhe6ehl'dlde lded hfore too Ior. 'hil e..nagement annleeoon thant a ramma eetitleil tihe "Liglitstof'elodon'c is ine notive eonrso of prepmration. "Tettliaelegist7 whiellthen ilj nosoue-' cesefeul crinee t tie. iuccci.Thientre were g[led for tihe lat t...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 30TH. (Before Messrs. Robb, Showers and Peters, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 November 1882

ro a OaOoronn i301rr. (Bfore Mosr Rob Showers, and Peters, DRU Kt AND IsOnl)?IOty. An olderly an named Jaimes Caroy, annd yothllta d oh Miurray;lwpro each fned irm or in dora w IS a hours for ing drutink , , ei nduhflafh tlo t ,i'l,.l1) i0 Moerl AlbO iltb' WMnnlnlibdght itp oI rn. m onll egetl i ? atinl ealing of.tcli. ferc' gonlt Renio plnl ori te isoer's lla its the i cliprit hall beell arrested, nnd'brahm nuhl be requiredndas:aloit neon in tiro on .Ifiehnrglol. Simon rTnea' waprealloted for,,tcnilth rotmtonoln the Imorty of n briocklayer Inlnoi Jn 1Iol Si ,po 'Ad tihe prohdi0tor 'did ,tf wis topress sense ti prisoner naeo ni n ?loj4id ldlr'i tlifon to'no'nnlb?d carefnln I FOiNOD I'ICInIItn AT oIfoIT. O'rnon Wi ai nlt ii rWllll1ln lenmirdl woa Irc c lalilt Neon 'foland on on cloed premie itnighit iitidoi lawfnl "xl no,' 'After ito ng thenevnidee of nsvlienl wltnndn 'thele Inohl hold -'lie noon d tO fL ioved'nd,ne need tim. prisoner.to 'toeeie ntMf iprihlent, ''t""" ' a t hpo ' oo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 November 1882

Norltee 0 Rx3IoV.t--I'. SarlidMilitnry Tnilor, late of 114 ljrunoaick~atrcct, bogs to annoolno that ho hot reovoodt to more coio imaltono oacmineenY ' D;W lnprg:g:. k : tre p.S. In r roturnin thoka to torooroo s patrones oor piot vyOers troststey etryt etetat tion to teistiors to igecrt a conthitntion of heir patronageo . (AOyT.1 Mr . I?ottomley, oolar of Gcnecrltdaanul orosta,,. ia clearing thle nat ofhis winter's etok'of drapcry, and offors specially cheap lines a in flanneols, roolles andl heavy mntcri als., ~lillinery nt redcednratesa. Special lin is various departmenta, well Wyo'th. tli ectiol. -As tbLy are lbeing rvpphjly lcnlearedl, a viait shu|, A i pOeIl at oueaa. Sprig Novelties jrust opening, all thq newest and prettiest desiglns.-[AIJvr ,

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XX. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 November 1882

OUR STORY TELLER. ..N, S ' CUlt8 l. Cn sa- i \u IiXX. Ctimlin. This a lIbhld l,ewelly n a shorl t t wel oata rapite, sl e plase i, lla thea reasenlt SMlude who coalla foitl ad to l?to ihll), lih a t?tn c uah lo ok--hlf Joy, half fear ltl put idto his extal .lld lnin a hatl at trtlalled t i lten.tl. r Slta trl, Ito talks )l ipr ianlc.u?less l lcy I to ulre whra itlher l llhald rmlled hiea ptccedlag dinay, he. Inlt her tlilgers ae lpt taerigf to tile lh hIddat h tll hcr rnesifnllal tlhe ylOla oftn diepn lllllher SAs f iso hl il Irl tlter threm. ;Ltarlhno, altholllh as fiat l vnfIt a llty as uI u t stlldll lall tllu Imantll ll li i, tns b lg t. ,err ald thaat tlhmaulihllll Mto Itd not tutu rn o f car to lls nddresses. lilt hIi heIllt had hl ben I ttnra's, tlllund hate nit r, uin tsd y gratili atloh at. eihnl a tllhlalnlllll t Il whmti her ll La?r ul lit l l a a. to cl Ilia. . n yetlht ctud ltll ut feel both g allpatllit tiA teg ttt ttfr the l e ntotl f t hile yout g ltC aly iosltepion ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 November 1882

F.J BR1ITIEN, A nrro'arA k If irdr AaENer :i~ r - ,itl.'Ier cd om ,pany . -". : LOW E OURRENT RATES. .. I, mLoe Promptly. and l ? tyley edl:, . Foran the Lonfrdoind Olnci tra Firexps INeunco EC>ompany Tan for , .1 ir ,Ot , - a fr e ofer '. on!i TiRO LrONGERTi ,RIONEST ;TTO DLE ME;TiTION.' a,Jlh .d, othe lavouring hcr with na lleii lnd itothiY fro I paerLgo', to'f. .their:blhee at thisl T s C +il,' : e For ia eelebratYet d: ' proved yl tho': act thnt 5001,0;10, or. over lIftCS THAT DEFY CO+tt' F 1 Ti0 LI1IEtLAL P TOERIMS i ·+JiE. H A EG G E I ' LPHARMACEUTICAL .CII EMIST.++ RAE: STREET t'atesit ad .,Hor nd. Cattle Medleonei "'PREBSRIPTIONS, Atia Fereity ece lls cs ifa ll?' i p.or m. RAE 'STREET. at, OTS,, ' ,S SIE\ B'S n,;, , ,, ~, . OTST T SHOE OTS &O 9.. 1110 All kfnds iLowst' P'reces at " ' ~T ~,. ii ;' i.,:~ l', ci, . :NORTH- FITZItOY O.. ,+Boot: u 'i Shoe at mport iui . J: ES' ( O TT Gash Grocry Eetnbllihment, T' NOlRTH FITZRtOYBAKtY,. bashi Drce ryo Establishment, tN...

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[?]COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 November 1882

b 1 1 YImi dloll to mtriko rate for tlh Sthorl in collectlon .,?. ?, fll comoil, Cr. Voodlhed Y ng thlo chair ol Ir to til laot orroval rof- h rirnyor. Tihe following roinsolutlos *Orotdopted " f To ot t ndl confirm thoe not vnolnilgo h m authe d or mto p ron rty n t? ho City, of Fitzroy for t?r yor Olzing tho Ot, h ? dof of soptoor?br, 18:lo amoohtlog io £17ltba, thtted of £]coi.ir1,70d ]rfanldiiolro for tr q yoar; rning ,the lO6qd,4y of Bopfoiofor, 1883, shoning, asrrloin ile horoin, ,tiot flh elm of £22,033 15s., tn rooil oll for tinn move~ raf purposes in rospoct of n 1oii ill Councoil ion athorised to oepopni or Apply tih ally Founafooi sfrnrewir fuortlhr float the .00010k of £7,321 is n rvobblo for suob porponam, o of blot fthi sourof £f.f,708 fiy, i furtiho r qttire I and, that tiheo no raeta o v1llm of property Ansossanle In thle City:of. Fitzroy' Is X178,B05, and tlnt a Ilato of 61O, 8htillil1 inld' igltpitnce oon 'oeach Pouind of tiiol valto is nrcosary to raiseo the, reqa...

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SPLINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

SPLINTERS. Br T.J. D. When you see a man sit down in a bar ber's chair, pin a newspaper round his neck and begin to read the towel, you may put himl dowin a absent miuded. An Ir luian wrote to the -wife of -a sick brother, "If 'at isn't ilead yet, reioid hint of the twinty shillings he owes me on the pigs, and if he is, tell hih niv'ir to give hihself any consrrun about it. A fihoLeo-.strect mii waso nearly eaten out of house and hoine by the costant visita of hlis aunainnuee, when;: id- despair, he began to borrow from thie rich ones, and lest it to the poor, the result was that he was soon no longer troibled with either class. Se:,::Esiriv-A Bourke-street' retastra. teor lha deviaed an ingenious planI for keep. simplny puts a policeman's hat 'on a table near thel door, and wllcn all unwelcoem visitor looks in it mnieetshis ga; he closes thel door gently, holding his breath, amd no departs. BAu? WArs.--Wash a baby ip clean and dress him up pretty, andl ie wiill resist all your adva...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. MATCHiES rLAYTED LIA? OATURDAY. Norwich Union (2nd eleven) v. Vancluso Juniors resulted in a splendid victory for the former by wickets and 1 run; the scores being Norwich Union 32 and 1 for 4, toV au close Juniors 11 and 24. Thehighest scorers for Norwich Union were Dredge 10, C. Wise 5. Bice and Dickens bowlest well for the former, as also did Rees and Leman for Vau clnse Juniors. Fitzroy Alberta v. Normanby, for Clarke's Cop.-This matclh was played in the Rich. monod- paddock and resulted as follows: Nornanby ll, Alberts 8 for 30. On the Alberta numbering off, it was found they were deficient of three of their best men. Longbottom. winning the toss, sent his op. ponents to bat, with the hope that the three missing men might turn up in time for field. ing, but such was not the case. Flegg IS Coney 12 and Mitchell 8, batted well for the Normanby, as also did Tinnins 16i and Bur roughs 4 for the Alberts. The match will be continued next Saturday, in the Rich...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

ORIGIMAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO TIE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRlEt?. Si,-P'enniit me to call tle attention of your readers to tie following errata in my Esay on Books as per tile "Fitzroy City Prce"" November 4. Macaulay, the historian, is stated to have died in 18O. This ahould be ISi9. William Chambers, the Edinburgh pub lisher, said to have been iorn in 1100. This ahould be 1800. It is unnecessary perhaps to tell your readers that in the event of this work being issued as a book, all these little typograpl cal errors will be corrected, ad the whole revised before publishing.- At present they are not intentional, being due entirely to accident. Trusting that you will ll atten tion tothis, I , I S remain, yours &c, ROBERT C. MILLER, Si i/ . . - , Librarian, Fitzroy. Nove mber 6th1, IS".'i f, I I

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MUSHROOM LIBERALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

MIIUSHROO1 LIBERALISM. TO TiHE EDITOR OF TIlE FITZROY CT PRESS. SSr,--The election for the.reformed Upper House is at hantd.. We have a Mr. Lang wooing the mrct voiesa of the Liberals. Now, strange to say, this individual has always identifiled himself with the Conserm tives, and wheerer therelns been a keen hattie between the two parties. MIr. Lang, with warrior-like energy, has dashed into the fray and worked heart and soul against those whom he now wishes to secure as his friends. It was he who helped to send in Mr. Blackett at a very critical time, at a time when the news flew round the colony,. to the astonislunont of every one that a Lib eral was defeated in Fitzroy ! So far Mr. Lang has played his part and he now looks forward eagerly for. his reward. ,Those for whom he worked know him not ; the Con servatives turn fromt hint, but Mr. Lang, with the agility'of the weathercock, now seeks thie vote of those against whom he had previously brought to bear all Ihis warrior eloquen...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

ESSAY ON HOOKS, THEIR HISTORY ANDINFLUENCE. " (B IL'C.-Mriil L'rnrAlA';L FrrznoY . PPi.ic Li npKt~iy. (Continued from our last.) Business prospered amazingly with the brothers, and their publishing promises in High-street was one of tile sights of IEdin bgh. .'In this establishment nearly 200 hands were employed. In 1849, Willianm bought an estate in Peblcsalire, andl in' 1ti9 presented to hit native town of Peubla., a building known as the Chambirs' Institute, containing a library, a reading room. a lectt re lmal, amnsum,ad a galler of art. The library contained 10,000 vo unies. William wrote several popular works, buot Robert was the nmot voluoinous in authiorship all his books having a great cir cnlation. His second last work was "The Book of Days," beginning in 1800 and com- i pleted in 1807. This is a miscellany of popular antiquities in connection with the a cilendar, iinouding' anecdotes, biographies, curiosities of literature, and oddities of human life and character. The wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

Mr.-E. Bottomley, corner of Gcrtrudcand Gore.sts., ias learing the last of his winter' btock of drapery, and offers specially cheap lines in flanels, woollemn and heavy materi; ale. Mli ery at reduced rates. Special lines in various departelints, well worl in petion. As they are being rapidly cleared, a visit should be paid at ounce. Spring Novelties just opening, all th newest prettiest designs.--[Aovr.] HoLLonvAY's P'ILeL.-Weakening weather -l'he sultry summer days strain the nerves of the feeble and decrepit, and disease may eventuate unless some restorative. such a these purifying Pille, be found- to correct the disonlering tendency. Hollouay' miedi cinc gives potency to tho nervous system, which is the sourue of all vital movements, and presides cvr eccry eactiou hiclin ain tains thile growth and well-being of the body. No one can over estimato the necessity of kee ing the nerv wen ll trpn, or the east with wilicb these Pills accompliuhl that end. They are the most unfailing an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

LONDON HOUSE 89 GERTRUDE STREET. 89 MISSRS, NIIIIT & TUCKEi Have pleasure in announcing to the Public that they have opened at the above premises as CHIIESEMONIERS From their known experience in the business in London and in the Colony, they are in a position to secure the BEST DAIRY PRODUCE COMING TO MELBOURNE. ........... . --~- ---- -~ ... . . .. Note the Address LONDON HOUSE, 89 GERTRUDE STREET, 89 -FFCITEROY, . Fitz Gerald, Barr & Co., Printers, 'City Press Office, 112 Bruanswick-st., Fitirey.

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 8TH. (Before Messrs. Oldfield and Lewis, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

CARLTON COURT. WED? SD7AT, NOV. 8TU. (Before Messra. Oldfield and LIwis; J's.P.) DR1. DUNK AND DIMORDERL'Y. Richard Hopkinson was charged with being drunk and disorderly. The evidenice being conelusive the prisoner was fined ds. with the optionof twenty-four hours incur ceration. -EGLECTED 1LDRIEI?. - John Archer, aged ten, Williamn Pew, aged eleven, and John Whelan, aged thir teen. were brought up before the Bench and charged with being nclect?ed children. The evidence showed that tie prisoners had been found sleeping in an enipty house. The parents now appearetI in court and assured their worships that the young hopefuls were beyomnd controL They were cautioned and dichargedl. LInCESX. .Two youths namnedlrespeetfully Frederick Bagget and John ,McLaverty were presented for stealing a sewing inuehine, valued at £1 i5s., from the shop of Mrs. Waltern, Lygon.street. After hearing the evidence the Bench held that a suflficient ease ihad inot been nmade out and they ordered the prisoner...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XXI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

OUR STORY TELLER. MO XA'S. CU1SE.'' CIlAER M XXI:'(Co tinued). "" I sL anyor maiden; modaty forbidsa too hausty a reply," aid lRobin, aucily ; "so I leave ye to think these things orer at your "l]ut whither go you' Sltrely- not. to lotrayy ine n" loe crisl, detaining hint. "I go to seek the partner of your guilt," he hi.:sed in her err. !' If Lewellyn St. Clare's raluahle life cun l, sparedl, 1 may keep your erret, lint if not, tremnilc ;le for Wise Roliln only lives for reveruge. Selfis ainld oll-lhearted asln ~ de Dire molnd had always shown herself, any one nmuat have pitied heriwho could hare known all shie suffered during the remainder of that She was sick and ill withs tlhe edi l of dills. orenr. Ervery footstep that npproacheid her. illed her writlhtrr; eeroerny person who slake to. or even lolked at her, she expeeted to hear denounce her ns a lliurdleres. She knew that Lewellyn was so beloved by all who residetL ill or near Llyranwr, that nhe would be universally excenote.l ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

"sPECIAL' ADVERTISSKXENI' - ::·s' TIIE:\\OI~Y Li r.:I? :?WERTHEIM SEWNOMTIN 1ACHNTS? : - ItPORTANT COHSIDERA2rIONS.' . It ias'impossble, utterly impossible, tha' a laly can stitch so finely, and delicately,-andl accuirately byimnd as she can Iby thle Wonider fal i Wertheim '.M?achines, A,-momenit's 'examination of the work which nnyonemay lserform wtlah them will onvince hler of that. 1'cf will' givocher.No.:200 cotton, and sie slll minake with the:WERTHEIME-Famnily :Maahino 32 stitclhes to: the hlch;i iat.the:rate of 00 a minute: Each stitch will he faultless ly accmte, and in thleo precise place Vwhere it was intendedl?.to -go. .Very. delicate materials; which :-would:ratlher- lffer by haidlhig,, may. be stitclhed:,.upon thereert leim,, wvithoit the slightest narking or dis trlanese Shemay even tiread needle end slmuttl with her own lhair and elnbroiderin itials on naeambric Ihdikercliief. : ; In: tih other: extreme; !she .inay.,usa: the SA.'E WERTHEL? Famnily.Machine witt ,ninro-...

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SPECIAL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

" E, P: EOZAL- ?COL -fl N.. ., AzcioJEi sT~re c sTh ASEN:T ORTI FlITROY AUCITION M-ART PROP'I'ETY X',? GIIA.(G ]F -'RAE :STREET ioL'jopicstlor Sa lc or ToiLt. ot For the Io odon and Lauicashire Fire Insurance Companlly. " tltalishedl 180t.) : LO F\S', i.C U-R lEN T. IRTES. Lue j eooptl1i' co liberally settled Transfers frl, othler OIHcs? fre of expanse. - 'ONEY'- To,,. T ,LEN D On Freehold Security. froml5 p:pr, clent. FHI 1 BRiTTEN &Gc , -o. !)' :IITTE NS ;IIUILDI'G;?s, 'RAE ,STREET. '."NORT FITZROY,.,., IRONMONGERY ''he ..u er.. . rit. o , t s ..c... i s. ; s ao. e. . ,ill f . ?st to .their. i.r,0,tcg, to do, their' hosie;ss t th ist est "is.nient.: IFortlhe eleratil d SINoIli".S SEVING \TM .lUJTIIXES thel ol seorui ty of thlcse , alid eshnis is proed byn. the f;ct tht..l ,,ti O(,0;. O?ro'r 1,000 per we.k; ,eere s?,id "eit . sr.. . . iLU\LCEU IC"L .1.R..U1S.. Gooieratlilos-st, sNO.rOlI ITZII 0Y o.ot a.. nd I-e... - 1s tt? - I-e. ur : . RESCICITIP1 5r A\ll Fanlily ei ipes e...

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THE STAGE. PRINCESS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 November 1882

TRE STAGZ. riIcrsCE& TIIEATUC, There hava been fair houses at the above named theatre duiing the week to witness the production of "Sam'l of 'osen," a comedy which .was produced for the first tinie s Melbourne en' Saturday:'evening. Tile plot which is of a rather interesting nature is set in London, and the first scene opens with a vie?r of tlhe interior of a jcwel lery estoablLshlent in Regent-street. kept by a Mr. Morton ; here Mr. Morton's two nephews, Jack Fulton and Frank Steele are employed in the capcity of clerks, as also two young women Rebeca and Blanche as saleswomen. Frank is jealous of Jack's sue-. emsc on account of'hs bein tihe accepted lover of Wenly Morton, and tries to implicate Jack in the robbery of a diamond solitaire, which e prevails on Blilanho to whom Ie tFrank) is secretly engaged, to substitute in plaee of a ring that Jack had tried to aell so astopay adebt (Jack is of rathier extrava gant anlld knock about dispositio). Mr Mor ton charges Jack witt...

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