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MR. GLADSTONE ON HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

MR. GLADSTONE OA BEROES. (From the Spectator.) Mr. Gladstone in his lecture on Dr. Hook gave an admirable definition of true moral heroism ; only unfortunately the heroes whom human beings take up and fondle in their rather capricious and sometimes very idolatrous fancies, are but seldom moral heroes, and hardly ever heroes to us only because they are moral heroes, and so it happens that very few of the favorite heroes of man kind would be covered by his definition. He says with as much depth as truth, if he were speaking solely as a moralist, A'' hero is a man who must have ends beyond himself," ends which " cast him, as it were, out of himself," and "must pursue these ends by means which are honorable-the lawful means -otherwise he may degenerate into a wild enthuisast. He must do this without distortion or disturbance of his nature as a man, because there are cases of men who are heroes in great part, but who are so excessively given to certain ideas and objects of their own, tha...

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SHIRE OF HEIDELBERG. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

SHIRE OF HEIDELBERG. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14TH. Present: The President (Cr. Studley), Crs. Smith, Davey, Daniel, Duncan, Scot land, and Bond. Minutes read and confirmed. COERESPONDENCE. Letters outward read. In reply to the one sent to him, Mr. Tulloch sent a voluminous letter, dealing seriatli and in extenso with each of the Secretary's complaints. After some can versation as to unpaid dog fees, it was resolved that all fees should be collected by next meeting, and a return be then sent in of any defaulters. Letter sent to Under-Treasurer, respect ing a case in which £5 had been received for a billiard license, the house having been previously licensed. Reply from Treasury : -"If the licensee has held a license con tinuously from prior to the Act, then the license is not a new one, and belongs to the shire; conversely, if the license has not been held continuously, it is a new one, and the fee is due to the Revenue." And en closing circular of 23rd Sept., 1878-" The term ' new license' i...

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COLLINGWOOD—TUESDAY. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Marsden, Bell, and Bowring.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

COLLINGWOOD-TuIEsDAY. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Marsden, Bell, and Bowring.) George Rutherford was charged with an unlawful assault on Michael Boland. land lord of the Prince Albert hotel, Fitzroy, and was fined 20s., or seven days. Sarah Ann Ashworth was charged on summons with throwing a stone at Mrs. Mary Ann Jackson, on the 10th May, and with using insulting words on the same day. The defendant received a very bad character from Mr. Edwards, who appeared to prosecute, and the evidence fully bore it out. The Bench fined her £.5, or one month for throwing the stone, and .?1 s. costs, or seven days, additional. For the bad lan guage they sent her to gaol for three months, without the option of a fine, andl £1 is. costs, or seven days additional; all terms to be cumulative.

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FITZROY—THURSDAY. (Before Messrs. Showers, T. Kidney, Marsden, M'Lean, and Stranger.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

FrrzROY -Tuues&y. (Before Messrs. Showers, T. Kidney, Mars den, M'Lean. and Stranger.) William O'Neill-Being in a public place with intent to commit a felony; stealing money from the shop of Wolfe Coleman; stealing money from the shop of one Bur rows. William Walker-Stealing money from the shop of Wolfe Coleman. Mr. Coleman keeps a tobacconist's shop in Stanley street, Collingwood, and the pri soners were charged with stealing some change that had been left on the counter. A young girl named M'Conchey said the prisoners came into the shop to buy some buns. The prosecuting officer of police did not seem to know what the witness was to prove. The Bench asked if it was an other case? At last, the prosecution being so utterly unprepared, the Bench remanded the prisoners for seven days. Elizabeth Henderson alias Calloper, who who had been convicted seven times at Fitzroy, and times almost innumerable at Collingwood, was brought up for using obscene language. Fined 40s., or three ...

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POETRY AND PROSE. CASSELL'S LIBRARY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

POETRY AND PROSE. CASSELL'S LIBRARY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE. RHYTHM is associated with the first utterances designed for frequent repeti tion and continued life. The praise of chiefs, the cherished memories or beliefs of a people, formed into musical. se quences of words with alliteration, or other device to secure for each impor tant word both emphasis and good help to its recollection, make the substance of that early literature which lives on the lips of its authors and in the memories of those who learn it from them and diffuseitpleasantly in cadenced chant among the people. Prose was not written when few read, and literature lay between the reciters and a world of listeners. When there were more readers, cultivated men and women, with the written page before them, could recite at will for pleasure of their fifends. Still, they were supplied chiefly with verse ; but the good stories current among daily talk could be cor rected and written in the manner of those who told them well ...

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COLLINGWOOD—FRIDAY. (Before the Mayor. Messrs. T. Kidney, Bell, Berry, Bowring, and Turner.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

COLLINGWOOD-Fm&AY. (Before the Mayor. Messrs. T. Kidney, Bell, Berry, Bowring, and Turner.) Alexander Rose, stealing a pick. Con stable Bannon produced the pick, marked with the broad arrow, and asked for a re mand for a week. Granted. Susan M'Grath, unlawfully abandoning a male child (John M'Mahon) under the age ot two years, whereby his life was endan gered. Mrs. Wenckler deposed: In February last I was nursing at the- Clifton hotel. Mar garet M'Mahon was living at the hotel She was pregnant. I took her to the Lying in Hospital on the 20th cf February. She stayed there a fortnight. When she eame out she came to me, and stayed three weeks. I gave her the socks produced. When she left me she had a dark skirt, a long brown jacket with a grey furry border. The child was in very good health. It was comfortably dressed in long clothes. Emily Warringham, living at Richmond : Prisoner lives opposite my mother's house, in Dover street. Richmond. I saw a notice of a child having bee...

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ST. ANDREW'S, CLIFTON HILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

ST. ANDREWS, CLIFTON HILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. S-a.-May I ask you to kindly insert the following :-An appeal has been made by a few working-men, in aid of Jhe extension of the church of St. Andrew's, at Clifton Hill, the history of which is interesting to church workers. Eight years ago the late Rev. B. S. Walker influenced a few of his people to provide a chapel of ease to St. Philip's, about a mile from the parish church. They met at each other's houses for a time; then in the ragged school; then they erected the shell of a small church, and much of the internal work was done by carpenters after their ordinary day's work It has since been twice enlarged and im proved, and is capable now of seating 200 persons.. Two services and Sunday school have for eight years and five months been regularly held by honorary lay helpers and teachers. An organ for the church and harmonium for the schools have been purchased. Collections for diocesan and charitable objects have been made,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

TlHE MELBOURNE ATHEXN LUTM---ew' SNewsroom now open, 31 copies Mel bourne dailies exhibited, shipping tele grams, &c. PHE MELBOURNE ATHEN~EUM-Cir r culating Library of 16,000 volumes and Library of reference. New books constantly added. MELBOURNE SAVINGS BANK ESTABLISHED 1841. BBRANCH OFFICE, 90 JOHNSTON STREET, is open every day during Bank hours, and every SATURDAY EVENING. Sums received from is. to .1000. *Money repayable on oDzs?D. JOHN ALSOP, Actuary. Market Street, 9tb April, 1879. Grateful.-Comforting. EPPS'S COCOA. Breakfast. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of diges tion and nutrition, and by a careful appli cation of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to...

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TOMPKINS' PET ALLIGATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

TOMPKINS' PE T ALLIGATOR. COLONEL TOMaPKINS, Of Meriden, is an eccentric man. He has a passion for collecting strange animals and domesti cating them on his farm. His success with the alligator is remarkable. A few years ago he bought one of these rep tiles of a sea-captain, who had brought it north when young. Being fully acclimatized, a snowstorm only amuses the reptile, while the cold air of the north greatly adds to the toughness of its hide. The boys have often struck it with a pickaxe with about as much effect as if it had been a steam boiler. This alligator is as eccentric as its mas ter; but it is the best-disposed animal in the world. It will work in a threshing-machine ten hours a day, but, if overtasked, its mouth opens sarcas tically. Next to eating ham, its chief delight is to go with the boys to the river, where it waits till they disrobe; then it plunges in and allows them to ride on its back. Once a water moc casin bit a lad and fled to its hole. The alligator threw ...

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CHAPTER IV. AND LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

CHAPTER IV. AND LAST. Three days after "cousin Tabby's" carpet-dance, Millicent was in high and perilous fever, tossing incessantly with a burning unrest, her mind all clouded with vague and distorted fancies. Kendall Ayra was miserable and beyond consolation, upbraiding himself severely for his thoughtless imprudence in taking the girl out from the almost suffocating house, when her blood was heated with dincing, beneath the cool, dangerous starlight under which he had told his love. "Yes," said Doctor Lind, Miss Tabitha's prescriber for every ailment; "it is the result of a sudden chill, together with the recklessness of swallowing ices with the blood at fever heat. Depend upon it, my dear Miss Jerrard, that has done the mischief." "Poor darling, poor darling?" cried " cousin Tabby," in tears, wringing her mittened hands together piteously. "To think it should have happened just now, of all times-now, when they love each other better than all the world! Oh, it is sad-it is sad ind...

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THE DREAM AND THE AWAKENING. CHAPTER III—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

THE DREAM AND THE AWAKENING. CHAPTER III-CoNTINUED. THREE o'clock, and all the guests gone. Some had departed earlier because of their journey by rail, but others who lived in the neighborhood of "Cousin Tabby's" villa had lingered very willingly until later. As the clock struck, Millicent and Joanna were going slowly up-stairs to put off their evening finery "Joanna, Im so happy-so un speakably happy !" Millicent cried, almost wildly, the door closed fast and the sisters alone. " Congratulate me, Joanna dear, for Kendall Ayre has asked me to be his wife. At last-the blow has fallen at last. Oh, Heaven, how bitter, how very bitter it was ! Poor, poor Joanna ! " Has he, dear ?" she said wearily. "Yes, yes," Millicent answered, her eyes feverishly bright, and the colour in her cheeks more brilliant than usual "And-and, Joanna, I love him so !" "I have seen it all along," said Joanna, clenching her hands, and pray ing that she might be calm outwardly, however mighty the storm within; a...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Marsden and Bennetts.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

POLICE. FITZEIOY-Mo--3 T. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Mareden and Bennetts.) J. C. Roach, obtaining money under false representations. About- two months ago prisoner was carried into Dr. Peacock's, suffering from an accident to the knee, one Saturday evening. He gave the doctor a cheque for £3, and received full change. The cheque was returned "No account:" The Bench said "Not one man in a thon sand would have cashed such a cheque; it is not dated, and the body is not filled up." Detective Coleman gave evidence of seven previous convictions. Twelve months' im prisonment. Henry Hughes was charged with being drunk and disorderly on Victoria parade. He was very drunk, and was only just out on Saturday from doing fourteen days. 20s. or three days. Charles M'Carthy, who was in company with the last offender, was charged by the police with insulting behaviour. 10s. or forty-eight hours. John Williamson was charged with steal ing a pair of shoes. The theft was com mitted while the prison...

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COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNEsnAY, MAY 14TH. Present: The Mayor (Cr. Walker).in the chair; Crs. Peters, Smith, Keele, Wright, Turner, Hanslow, Bryant, and Upton. Minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. COREEsPOnDENCE. From Mr. Boanas, notifying that a depu tation of cabmen would wait upon the Council, to make application for a cab-stand at the junction of Smith street and Heidel berg road. From Mr. O'Shea, forwarding moiety of fines payable to the Council, viz., £6 Oa. 6L. From Mr. Coulson, soliciting the aid of Council to obtain water and gas mains laid. in Campbell street, as he is about to build fourteen cottages. On the motion of Cr. Upton, it was determined that the Govern ment and the Gas Company be communi cated with. Mr. Brailsford wrote, asking the Council to allow him to rectify a serious mistake in the lump sum of his tender for works in Turner and Rich streets, he having omitted to charge for 2,000 cubic yards of cutting, amounting to £125. Cr. Smith ...

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PRESTON—THURSDAY. (Before Messrs. Beaver and Clinch.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

PRESTON-ThuRs DAY. (Before Messrs. Beaver and Clinch.) One man, for furious driving, was fined 5s. and 2s. 6d. costs; one, for negligent driving, was fined 2s. 6d. and 2s. 6d. costs; two, for negligent driving, did not appear, and were fined 10s. each and 2s. 6d. costs. Three larrikin wood-carters-Thos. Car roll, Edward Payne, and William Payne were charged :with insulting behaviour, &c. They were driving their wood-drays through Preston between four and five o'clock in the morning, and amused them selves by yelling, and shouting, and throw ing stones and other missiles on the roofs of the houses. Fined 10s. each and 2s. 63. costs.

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MARRIAGE OF THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

MARRIAGE' OF THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT. On ?LMarch 11th the Duke of Connaught prcceede'! to Queens: o:ough. near Sheer ness. to meet his royal bride on her arrival in England from Germany. The royal steam. yScht. Victoria and Albert, was speedily alongside the pier and the Duke of Connaugh'. who looked exceedingly well, adv:mnce:1 down the gangway to salute his becto'hed and her illustrious parents. The Duke of Connaught having advanced to the edge of the gangway, which touched the verge of the landing stage, gave a warm greeting to the Princess. who stood on the deck of the royal yacht. having on the left her father Prince Frederick Charles, the renowned "liRed Prince," whose achievements in the Franco-German war have given such lustre to his name, and on the right the Princess. her mo'her. Her Royal High ness Princess Louise Margaret is a little over the middle height, and her appear anceandmaunerht once prepossessed every one in her favor. She has dark brown hair, soft brown eyes, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. ASsrr? cr of Births and Deaths registered in the Metropolitan and Suburban Districts during the week ending 3rd .;of; May 1879. Brighton ... 2 3 Brighton East ... 2 Brunswick ..6 2 Carlton ... ... 13 12, Caulfield ... Cheltenham ... ... 1 Coburg .. 3 2 Collingwood ...16 8 Essendon ... 1 ... Fitzroy . ...10 7 Fitzroy North ... ... 10 2 Flemington ... .. 2 Footscray ... ... 5 1 Hawthorn ... ... 4 3 Heidelberg ...1 1 Hotham ...6 7 Keilor ... Kew ... ... ... 4 2 Maidstone ... Malvern ... .., . Melbourne (South) 4 15 Melbourne (West) 7 9 Northcote ... 2 Prabran ... ... 6 3 Richmond ... ... 14 9 Sandridge ... ... 8 1 Emerald Hill ... 8 8 South Yarra ... .. .... :.6 10 St. Kilda ... ... 8 2 Williamstown ... ... 3 2 150 111 Of the total deaths nearly 43 per cent were of children not exceeding the age of three years, 34 being under one year. NERVOUS & PHYSICAL lHE ADVERTISER having for many years suffered from the effects of Nervous Debility, Premature ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF FITE¶ZRO rST. MA x's Am S rTZOY No?RT DIvrons. -VLECTORS' RIGHTS for the Legislative .11 Assembly for ST. MARK'S and FITZ ROY NORTH Divisions may be obtained at the TOWN HALL, Fitzroy, until2nd JUNE 1879, next, or on any day from 9 o'clock in the morning until 5 o'clock in the evening, Saturdays excepted, on which days the office will close at 1 o'clock. JOHN B. JONES, Electoral Registrar. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF FITZROY. EAST Arm W?sT FI?rzor DIEvsons. E OLE CTORS' RIGHTS for the Legislative Assembly for the EAST and WEST FITZROY Divisions may be obtained at my office, 185 Napier-street, any evening after4 o'clock, up to and inclusive of MON DAY, 2nd JUNE, 1879. JOSEPH DUKE, Electoral Registrar. ELECTORATE OF COLLINGWOOD. ABBOTs0o)B AND NORTH GLnss?0ous DIvIsSros. E-LE CTORS RIGHTS for the Legislative i Assembly for ABBOTSFORD and NORTH GLASSHOUSE Divisions may be obtained at my office, 62 Stanley-street, Collingwood, up to and inclusive of MON DAY, 2nd JUNE, 18...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

A WANT SUPPLIED!! Cheap Tailoring. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING COMPANY, 108 Is -NOW OPEN 'With an entirely New and Varied assort ment of seasonable Tweeds, Coatings, &c. "Wholesale Clothing Company's Geelong Tweed Trousers to order 12s. 6d. tWholesale Clothing Company's Geelong Tweed Trousers and Vest to order 18s. 6d. Fit Guaranteed. Patterns sent, post free to all parts of the colony. The Workingman's Friend, The Tradssman's Delight, The Swell's Astonishment is the WHOLESALE CLOTHING Go., 108 Gertrude-st., Fitzroy. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Manager. Terms--Cah. WILLIAM SCOTT GENERALJOBBING CONTRACTOR CARPENTER & JOINER, 132 OXFORD STREET, 132. COLLINGWOOD, and at 268 Elizabeth Street, MELBOURNE. Estimates given for Shop and-Office fittings Step Ladders always in stock. L. SICREE, TAILOR & OUTFITTER 158 Gertrude St., Fitzroy. Clothes Cleaned, Repaired, and Pressed equal to new. Gentlemen's own materials made npin first-rate style. MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! HALF PRICE !...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 17 May 1879

PUBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1879. THE steps being taken to secure a bridge over the Yarra at the bottom of Simp son's-road, have advanced sufficiently far to encourage the hope of ultimate success. The idea, ortheactive measures now in progress, originated with the Richmond Council, and the co-operation of the Collingwood Council has hitherto been the only assistance sought. So far, the negotiations have been principally in the direction of the purchase of the land, and we consider that it is avery desirable point that the land should be secured before it is built upon or becomes more valuable. Each council is asked to provide £560 for the purchase of the land at Ma. HAi's valuation. But if the land cannot be bought for that, what then? Is the scheme to fall through because there is a difference of £380 between the price offered and that which the owner is willing to take? We hope not. We have not said anything that would tend to throw cold water o...

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ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. Aesrsacr of Births and Deaths registered in the Metropolitan and Suburban Districts during the week ending 10th of May 1879. District. Brighton ... .. 3 3 Brighton East ... .. 1 Brunswick ... -. 3 1 Carlton ... .. 54 15 Caulfield ... ... 2 ... Cheltenham ... ... 1 1 Coburg ..- .. 1 .1 Collingwood ... ... 21 6 Essendon ... ... 2 1 Fitzroy .. ... 7 5 Fitzroy North ... ... 6 1 Flemington ... .. .. 1 Footacray ... .. 6 2 Hawthorn ... ... 4 1 Heidelberg ... . 1 . Hotham (West) -. 10 2 Do. Benevolent Asylum ... I Hotham (East) .. ... 10 2 Keilor ... .- ot ceived Kew ... .. 1 Maidstone ... ... Malvern .. ... 1 1 Melbourne (South) - 4 10 Do. Public Institutions - - 15 Melbourne (West) - 7 3 Naorthoote ... .- .. 1 Prahran .. ... 12 7 Richmond ... .. 17 S Sandridge . .. 10 2 Emerald Hill . ... 19 9 South Yarra ... ... 5. 2 St. Kilda ... .. 6 1 Williamstown ... .. 4 .4 218 104 Of the total deaths nearly 40) per cent were of children not exceeding the age of three...

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