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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, APRIL 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

POLICE. FITZROY-MoNDAY, Armn, 10TH. Before Messrs. Falconer, Kidney, Mars don, and Hackett, Patrick Doolan, a small boy who was brought up last court day for vagrancy, was discharged, as his sister, a well dressed young woman said shab would take him into her especial protection. Susan Newton was charged with being a vagrant. The police found her wandering *in Gortrude Street insulting the passers by. The prisoner stated she lived with her husband, who is a compositor. She got 3 months in gaol. William Everard and William Black were charged with the larceny of two jars of jam and a silk handkerchief from the remises of a Mrs. Thompson, on Saturday ast. The prisoners 'were remanded till Thursday, as the witness to whom they sold the jam, did not appear. Edward Tank was fined 5s with l0s costs for allowing his horse to stand in the road without being properly controlled Samuel Brailsford. was fined 6s with .10s costs for allowing his cow to wander. Stephen Brodie was fined 2s 6d with ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

WmEIGHTS and MEASURE. UNION of Fitzroy, Collingwood, and B1usP?sick. NOTICE Is herereby given that the Weights and Measures Office will be CLOSED to the public, on axd after this date, until further notice. By order, of the Union. Weights and Measures Committee, , EDWD. A. :MORGAN, :See. Weights and Measures Office, , Fitzroy, April 12th, 1876. TOWN OF FITZROY:.' ' ENDERS are invited until five o'clock -p.m., .on 'FRIIAY, 21st instant', for CHANTNELLING, portions of Yorke street, Newry 'street; and St. George's road, in accbrdanco witli'pldns 'and specifications which' mai be eseen ono.application at the Town Surveybr's office, Jitzroy.. The' lowesb o any tender not necessarily accepted,.;: : ,:iu ·: ,t i + . By o, dero,. . . ," . . 4IbtYA>,T HART, To& tClerk. Town O1 k'd'?~fl" , Fitiroy, ' "' STOGWI OF FITZROY. SEPARATE'.TENDERS are invited until Sfi ive o'clock p.m., on FRIDAY, 21st instant, for construction of following rights. of.way,|ylz;" ,, . ,- .. . No 36,-- E t o...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

ENGL.ISH" ITEMS., A4 special pension of £300 per annum has been awarded to.the widow of the ,late Commodore Goodenough, jC;B., wh6 lost his life at' Santai Cruz whilst in the exec oution of:his duty. The Liverpool. papers' report that a journal of that town; Gore'siAdve?tisor, once the principal commercial newspaper in Liverpool, has ceased to exist after lasting 111 years. /. On the recommendation of the, parks, gardens, and improvement committee, the open space on the headland'at the north end of the lake' in' Sfton Park wts roodntly granted by the town council as'a site for a statue of the late Mr. William Rathbone. A serious hunting accident has occurred to theIHon. Capt. Grosvenor, formerly M.P. for Westminster. The honorable gentleman was out with the Bicester hounds, and in taking a fence between Shenford and 'Fir. thinghoe, in the neighborhood of Danbury, his horse swerved, and the captain was ,thrown with, considerable fgrooo aainst a tree. It was feared that throb of his r...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

PUBUSHED, EVERY SATURDAY, i Labor OmQnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Rejected coeammunications cannot be returned under any circumstances rwhatever. No notice can be taken of anonlymous conm. aulnications. Every letter must be accoat 2paniedt by the :tanme and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, butt ia a guarantee of goodfaith, To avoid inconvenience and delay to persons interested zwe have to request that all business conmunications, Including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GatvrrvTt & SPAvIN, and not to the EDi'ron. Anvljn'rrzenSnwr., In all eases, to b prepaid, Letters at other coninunications intended for insertion in the news columns should be addressed to the 1Editor.

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

MISCELELANEOUS. In THU,KxY OF SUA.-It is rumored that the Duke of Edinburgh will take the com mand of ap iron.olad early in the spring. We knew that H.R.H. was a patron of the Royal Academy of Music, but we were not aware that his devotion to it would induce him to run the risk of, boing R.A,M.'d to death. l5ATs AND BoNNUTr.-A physician of a London hospital, writes to the Btlish1 Medical: Jour?a?l--There is no recoisized reason: why of late years neuralgia of the faoo. and scalp: should' have increasqd so much in the female sex, as compared with our own. There is no doubt that it is one' of the most common of female maladies one of the most painful and diicloult of treatment. It is also a cause of.muoh men tal depression, and leads more often to habits of intemporonco than any other. The growing prevalence of neuralgia may to some extent be referred to the effects of cold upon the terminal branches of the nerves distributed with the skin; and the reason why men are less subject to i...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

WEEKLLYABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS, AIaSTAOT of births and deaths regl?tered in the metropolitan and suburban distriots during thewoeok endiug April 1,1870. District. "Births. Deaths. Brighton... 2. 2 Brunswrick ... 2. 4 2 Carlton ... ... ... 0 10 Collingwood ... ... 12 10 Fitzroy (North) ... ... 8 17 Flemington . 1 Footeoray ... . . 5 4 Hawthorn ... ... 4 2 Hotham ... ... ... . 5 Kew .., .., ... 2 4 Melbourne (South) ,.. 1 18 Meolhourne (West) ... 7 7 Prahran ... ... 5 8 Richmond 13 .1 8 Sandridgo- ... .5 Emerald Hill 0 .. South Yarra ., 4 8 St. Kilda,.. . G Williasatown .. ... 0,, 2 1110. 11 'I'The deaths ascribed to scarlb foever amount to 14. Of the total deaths, 43 or 38 per cent, wore childron not exoooding tho ago of 3 yeoar, 20 bolng under the ago of one year, VFivo in FItzroy.

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCILS. FITZROY, APRIL 13TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

COUNCILS. FITZROY, APRIL 13TH, 1876. At the meeting of the. above Council, there wwere present, the Mayor (Councillor 'Mahoney) in the chair,. Crs. Ewing, Rowe, -Evans, tShowers; and'Woodhead. * "JAnMEs:MA'rIIswhAN asked the Council to have the footpaths:fronting his property .,in Kerr and Young streets asphalted. Re. f.erred to Public Works Committee. '!?" ortis calledl attention to the insufi . ciedncy of the passago for storm water at thojulntion of Brunswick and Johnston streets, and hoped it would be remedied. Referred to Public Works Committee. S'J. PrNseuT asked the Council to aiphalte the foottway in"front of his promines in :Roilly street. Referred to Public Works Coummittoe. WlLIArt IKerut asked the Council if they were aware that the tickets issued to wood I'arters by Mr. MITCa LLt were not correct. He w\ianted to know when theCouhcil could i;hear his complaint against this. : Referred to Market Committee. Messrs. SAMUEL BRAILsFeonD antd Co. respectfully submitted. for co...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

!IVM:.PJE ;R I.A L FIREi. INSURANCE COMPANY OF, LONDON. Capita,:, ONE MILLION, SIX HUNDRED ;uTHOUSAND POUNDS, (.1,600,000). "Rates Moderate: Security Ample. Losses Paid in Melbourne., OffBces:, 58 COLLINS STREET WEST. :MR. T. ANDERSON, lianoforte, Harmonium and 'English Con certina, Tuner. Teacher of 'Music, etc.: Pianofortes, Harmoniums, Violins,. etc., for sale. " .2 ELGINTERRBBACE,. ELGIN, STREET, Ca i , . , -lton.. ITHE ASPHALTE AND COMPOSITION '.L ASPHALTE COMPANY Desire'to inform Builders, Contractors, Municipalities and the Public that they are laying' down their Composition Asphalts ,for footpaths, collars, garden walks, &c. No Composition yet tried is found to sur. pass that manufactured by this comphny, It can be laid down from 30 to 60 per cent, cheaper than any other. Contracts entered into. Specimens are to be seeon at many parts of Melbourne, Collingwood, Fitzroy, Richmond, Carlton, and other places. The only effectual material for keeping collars dry, and free...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLINGWOOD, APRIL 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

COLLINGWOOD, APRIL 11TH. : Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Walker,l Marsden, and Morgan. Abraham Dunstan,. a young man ban daged about the head, was chargod with) assaulting an old man named Currie, who! was driving a horse and dray. Dunstan; jumped into the dray, claiming it as his in payment of a debt, he then commenced to abuse and assault Currie. A policeman arrived upon the scone and received similar! treatment. The prisoner's previous chart' actor being bad, the bench sentenced himt to 3 months imprisonment for assaulting; Currio, 3 months for assaulting constable Sharp, and fined him .£2 6s or 14 days in gaol for damaging the constable's uniform. Johanna Barrett, a woman of weird ad. dress and sepulchre appearance was charged! with assaulting her husband; Barrett had! gone from his dinner to work, to which his' wife followed him, commenced to quarrel, enforcing arguments by sundry hammer heads and bricks, and she was only stopped after having rushed bull-like at her meek husb...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RUSSIAN SIGN-BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

RUSSIAN SIGN-BOARDS. IxN England our shopkeepers' placard, in letters' of every 'deisable figure and size, the articles to be found within for ,for sale; the Anerican goes beyond this, for on the pavement in front of their houses is engraved in large letters the name of the firm, as also'the business transacted within; but the Russian im proves upon.both,: for he has a r'egard to such individuals whose education has been so ;far neglected as to, prevent their being able.to read:, they, exhibit ,arge boards covered with very lively re;resehtati6ns in color of what they sell': and as it happens that every room in a large house, is. often occupied by persons who indulge in very different matters of trade, it follows that the whole exterior' of the building is em. bellished with ai mass of illuminated planks. On the lowest tier you may see some pigturesque loaves, portraying that a baker hangs out below; above it is a board displaying every article of a lady's apparel in all .its simpli...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PETS. (SATURDAY REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

PE TS. (esATruDAbr BSIEEW.) . THAT people do keep pets and do misuse themis a plain unquestionable fact. Why they keep themis another and much 'more, difficult question. Some,'it is true, have a dislike 'to the destruction of animal life. Cardinal Bellarmini would not"disturb the fleas 'which got their livelihood in his famous beard. Others, again, have l been driven toilove a swallow, from the mere loneliness of prison life, and the only reason for 'doubting the, truth of:the legends which connects' the 'name of Bruce'with a spider, is 'that similar 'tales have been' told of other famous men.' The story,.of' Lady Berkeley who insisted on keeping her'meriniis'to moult in ,,her bed-chamber, and ,her husband's consequent displeasure occurs among the annalsi of the .fifteenth'cen tury. Little dogs figure 'on brasses; and the names of " Terri,'" "Jakkeo," and "' Bo "'have' coneB down to us' as memorials of pets beloved' five hundred' years ago.. Cowper, beside his hhres, petted all kind...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

OLLA PODRIDA.   The Hamilton Spectator. reports that the yield about Tower Hill this year is some thing extraordinary. Many plots of ground have produced eighteen tons of potatoes to the acre, and the average is expected'to be about twelve tons. The Spelling Bee mania has broken ' out in England, and' the Newcastle Chronicle says that it is ,as essenitally a pastime as charades or riddles. It does not think the novelty will soon die away, as it will be generations before the English people will be able to speak their mother totigue with perfect accuracy. ..... .. It appears, from the Star, that since 1871   there have been been 400 insolvency cases entered in the Ballarat court. Joseph White, a fishermnan, was found drowned on Sunday morning last near the Steam Packet wharf. He is supposed to have fallen out of his boat while intoxi cated.   George Culliford, a painter, residing at Geelong, while taking tea at Portarlington on Saturday last, wa...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

Iua 3tlo 8Cot nion. EVERY MAN bUHT1-TO INSURE A AINSTj FIRE. THE INATIONAL ' INSURANC C .OM PANY of AUSTRALASIA (Li ited)?. .MODERATE-.RATE3ES..0 R.E IIUM. DIRECTORS. , \Qhairman--Rihard TweoityPm? j|Esq Vice-Chairman-Thos. Moubray, Esq.,J.P., ' J.: L. M'Clre, Esq. Thomas Alston, Esq., J.P. Hon. C. J. Jennor, M.L.C. Matthew Lang, Esq. Henry Stevenson, Esq. S Head Office: No. 1 Market-square, Collins at., Melbourne. WM. MACREDIE, Esq. J.P. Sooretary, This Conmpany covers therisk of explosion from Gas. THE. PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND, AND Investment Association. Registerw. under " Friendly Societies' 1tatute" 1865. ' Entrance Foo; One Shilling per Share.' For tnghty ,Subselption, s. per Shale. ·' ?, , I,. !.·: : . :- ', . J . . , . Offers remarkable inducements to INV'ESTORS, The most liberal terms to B.ORROWE RS And the following rates of Interest to DE POSITO RS, In sums of £1 and upwards: 12,Months ... 8 per cent. per annum, 6' ,,' . . 7 , ,, " 3 , ,, ,, Pay-day-Every alterna...

Publication Title: Mercury
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SATURDAY, APRIL, 15, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

SATURDAY, APRIL, 16, 1876. Tuui uoldf toplc of cozivou'ation during tho pant wook has been the ntuirf at Mvssra. L, STYvENSOf nnd SONB' .warehouse .- Op Saturday last thefirm, acting upon the advice of four emindnt b'riasters;', ejected h Pusaiom Houise Officers from the possession of their establishment. In the course of the day Mr. GUTIIRIE, head of the Customs department, with a posse of constables and Customs' oilcers, broke into the warehouse but were violently resisted by the :firm. -So excited. were the parties that it is matter for i'surprise that greater dangers and injuries did not result. As it was, howeve'r,' Mr. GUTURIR himself, whilslt endeavoring to force anr entrance ly one of the windows, was struck on the head with a large piece of wood and received a scalp wound. Fears were entertained that it would prove serious,. but the gentleman is now recovering. The Messrs, STEVENSON instructed their advisers to put the law in force ragainst, the Customs' authorities, but th...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

P DRAPER &c 'l88, tith-stteet,; Collint gyro8d. , HIGHLAND OIL, GOU ..T " J ,1LUktBA0 Y ' ..EI I. I , qfi a) l ' Olstd>' . and storekeepers ' Wholesal .Agnt for Victoria' "SotthlbAise -...THOS... DORGAN,:,; t-HIL. r- .I, I' o . r MRSi GREIG'S RHEISTRY,.FIC, i 87 BRUNSWICK ST., FITZROY. t 12r 'VIC'TORiA i PA RADE, o - Pivadoeot.'?s9fatq r. - rownles. tBoard and lioaidence forFsamiiles-L oderato. CO:' AND RHEUMATIC PILLS of Rheumatism. Rhoumatio Gout, Lumbago and indeed all thoso Ihououatio affections so nearl allied to them, such as pinful.offctlonR of the nerveos Swelling and Enlargeoment of the Joints i(pqrtioularly those of the foeet and hnnds) 1lyiua 5pains, occasionally affecting at prts.of the aystem, 1whioh ausnlly terminat, by IxZig Oln soumo.ofthe ,lrge oints of the limbs,, as jexY,.: i?,gse .{oes, BshouldersA and hip joints. ............... It contabe neither celomel, antimony, nor any other mineral or 6bnoxiousiubsttnce, its colnpoes tion bel entirely of a vegot...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

GENERAL NEWS.. - Clubs, Societies, , Ohurch. bodies] &a,, are inf6rmed that any information respecting them will be received withithankp. : ; i; The ship Loch 'Laggan, from Liverpool to Melbourne- 105.diys out-has bhenposted at Lloyd's as miissing. ib Andrew Tovin aged 12 years, living at Myrtle Street' Collingwood, was : taken to the Melbourne Hospital on! Tuesday last. Andrew: was climbing a tree, fell, and broke his.rrght leg,. As .a'iark of the progress of new build ings in Fitzroy, we may mention that the sum of £18 10s, has been paid over to the Surveyor for building fees ;for, the .month of March. Mr. Chirnside of Werriboe Park, has for. warded to the Victorian Bumane Society, a donation of £5, and has promised the same sum yearly. The Secretiry,_of, the Society states that about eight miles of the river Yarra are now provided with- life buoys attached to posts, each buoy having 65 feet of rope. The lowest tender for the Victorian Arcade and Academy of Musioc abbout t...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POETRY. THE FORGET-ME-NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

.. :.,I . ?,*OETR.Y..., ! , ! :THE 'ORGOT.ME.NOT. Know ye the woodland's bright, blue eye, ''That flower'as gbtitl beakninug;' .Like the tearful glance of memory', - ' Or love itnits softest dreaming? . ,And-know ye o'thd tle of:that simple thing,: . ~How a. warrior",walk'd at even,. Anpdgazed on his dove, as the:minstrols sung, Aud'dream'd in' her yes of heaven P .-;ow that lpng. they stray?d. by the lake's leasr side, Anid cbi~dlied inot'a thoughlit of ~rrow, SBut they watched the'roll of the limpid tide,, And gaily talkediof the morrow, And.' tweet were the smiles of those lovers ; thereto, A ,nd sweeot was the converse holden, ,When the vesper-bell sigh'd soft in air, - And the clouds of the west were. golden. .And an Inlet lay on that lake's calm breast, ' Like a radiant, love-wrought thing, ' " Or the blue wave's crest, or a smile at rest, Or the realm of a fairy ling. ',: . And'tho maiden spied that its vrerduro soft Was spangled 'o'er with bide, ' As thou hit had gazed towar...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

GENERAL NOTICE. ' ~.IIE MerLcury is published every Saturday I Morning. Persons wishing to have' the paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be chargedls. per quarter, payable in advaince; by postle. 6d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat. urday in the months of December, March,% June, and September. ation -- pre espooially relating, to local mdt'ters. -" SCALE TFO"ADVERTISING.? ,uoineqs.Cards, per quarter, from. 7s. . ?Ol ala d2 Electlon'Aaed r tise mo ..I each insertion, per inch ... 2s. Gd., Wklit 1ldicse, Servants,' Houds and' Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for ,Salo or Exchange, Miscel. laneous, Missing Friends, &o., ,,0s. Gd. Notices of Births; Deaths, and. ,!Marriages .... 1; ' :". '1s'Od To AovaTrlsns.-- otlice to wUithdraw calv)criscments must be given in triting; rflHE Merc i ur'can be 'obtained fiom any of: irthe folloving.agents:-Subscription les. per quarter. G. CARNELL ... 167 Smith street. Mrs. Wo6bvilr&am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

WOOL I WOOL I WOOL i GO TO O.Yi& ,,iANCY A,:ERPSITIBRY,: erlin wool 4d. per dozen. Fingering Wools 3s. td! to 5s. per lb. L est Variety of Colors at MRS.' HIGGENS' FAŽTOY; ýREPOSITQORY,' 149 SMITH STREET, FITZROY. raiding Blocks in great variety. Patterns ape n 19vry: MateriaL for ,Braiding. f colors. Registry Office for Servants; gent for Coutts' guaranteed Acetic Acid, s0 liobinson's Universal Cement. 330 SMITH. S'TI T, FITZROY, Opposite Enaey street. kinds of Jobbing executed. Orders! punctually attended to. GroerS'?? Stationer duo., 8 3 UZ U9 flfY/S TREETj MELBOURNE. BOOTS! BOOTS ! y buy your boots anywhere else? ltizens, ttpdy 'our.pcclets, azd come to W. RIdT AR DS, iVS~, ite WesleyanýOhvr a,,% ` li',8ok PI SMA ifa Bats ý@ hoes you will find them at" T. PETERS SSMITH STREET, COLLINGW60D, rom 10 to 15 per cent. below Melbourne Prices for similar goods. LLAN'S0CHEAP BOOT SHOPI 68 Smith st., between Otter & Perry sts; 11 kind l o f English ad FColonial made Dots a...

Publication Title: Mercury
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A VILLAGE ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 April 1876

A VILLAGE ROMANOE. Tun Hapworth carriage was at the depot to receive the Judge and his friends. But the Judge and his friends and everybody on the train, and about the depot, are going wild, if we are to judge from appearances. For the men had signalled and stopped the train at Haloy's bridge; coming on to the vil lage upon it, and tolling their story, for Mr. Grigg's and Jimmy's and Trip's appearance at the store, had roused the village. Fathers, brothers, husbands, mothers, sisters and wives rush out of the cars and embrace, and are embraced by weeping friends and relatives, al thooug?i they may have been:absent but ' day, for it is knobn pow aihfding tho'mn all thatobstriictionii. ;had been 'fd n upon Haley's bridge 'whi hwouildjb?qy hurled the whole traiwthirty, feet,.,nto tihe ronky"ggrge bolow ' . :" ." 'The Judgoe stai" bn; tt?'o platformti; .pale, but strong as a .;ck. His wife And~lus litle aughter on , 4 ianM ing .about .'him;,ul yvee~pipg;, biut: hi daughter Grace 'astaod...

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