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THE LIQUOR LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

THE LIQUOR LAWS. From, the .Home Correspondent of the Age we take the following; For some time a select committee of the House of Lords has been investig ating the subject of intemperance, and the report of their labors has now been idsued. The principal recommendation of the committee is that legislative faci lities should be afforded for the local adoption of the Gothenburg scheme, or of some modificating of it. This system, or rather a modification of it, which the Birmingham town council has signified its desire to adopt, gives to the municipal authorities power to buy up the public-. houses, close as many of them as they might think expedient, and carry on the trade of the others for the benefit of the community. By these means the direct interest which the landlord has in increasing the consumption of drink would be removed. A few years ago Mr. Lowe pointed out from the statistics of several large towns that the greater the number of pnblichouses the less was the amount of int...

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NEW FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

NEW FIRE BRIGADE. Ox Saturday the Inauguration of Fitz roy City Volunteer Fire Brigade, took place at the new station, Young street. Amongst the guest present, were Crs. Holden, Lyons, McMahon, and Moore. Cr. Holden occupied the chair, and in a few remarks, appropriate to the occasion, declared the brigade duly constituted and ready for service. Then, in the absence of His Worship the Mayor, (Cr. Tucker) proceeded to break the orthodox bottle of champagne over the hose-reel, which was christened the "Firefly." The guests were then invited by the Captain of the brigade, Mr. Delves, to partake of refreshments, of which there was ample provision. Cr. Lyons spoke on the spirit displayed by the young men of Fitzroy, in thus, at an expenditure of time and money, banding themselves together for a protection of life and property. The young men he saw before him would refute the charges of newspaper paragraphists, that larri kinism was rampant in Fitzroy. He was a native of this colony, and ...

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COLLINGWOOD—FRIDAY. (Before the Mayor, Messrs. Kidney, Bell, Berry, and Turner.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

COLLINGWOOD-FwarD. (Before the Mayor, Messrs. Ktdney, BellU Berry, and Turner.) Alexander Rose, on remand, for stealing a pick, the property of the Gwv rament, pleaded guilty. He said he was a hard working man, but he had been sick and out of employment; he was going along the banks of the Yarra and he found the pick near the Gardens; he took it, hoping to get work with it. He had been in gaol twelve days since his arrest. Ordered to be con fined until 6 p.m. John Gleeson v. Richard MoorSeli Assault. Mr. Kicdton for plaintif. Moor field was repairing a pump at the tannery; Gleeson and another boy got on a wall and looked through a window, and insulted Moorfield most grossly, although told to go away. Moorfield at last was ezasperated beyond endurance, and went out and pno ished the one he caught. Evidence was given that the boy had been abused. the Bench unanimously decided that they had taken the gross provo-ation into cEnsiders but defendant had taken the° law into Ills own hands....

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TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. Sin,-" We printers, have broad shoul ders," and bear the sins of others patiently and without murmur. Your article last week on " Typographical Errors" interested me very much, and no sooner had I finished reading it than I saw the subject exempli fied by yourself in my letter on behalf of St. Andrew's (a printed document from the metropolitan papers), where, by the substi tution of a single letter (t for w) you make the Rev. John Caton to have expressed an opinion of raffles and games of chance the very opposite of what he did say. What I said of him in my report was, "he thought they were now degrading," whereas your P. D., no doubt to tease the parson, made him say " he thought they were not degrad ing." I have been closeted with my reve rend friend over the matter, and had a good laugh, assuring him I was perfectly innocent; and, as others have done, "blamed the printers," which I doubt not, will bring you to your knees for for...

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FITZROY—MONDAY. (Before Messrs. Marsden and Raven.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

FrTZBOY-3fon.wAr:" (Before Messrs. Marsden and Raven.) George Stewart, a young 1a;c ao remanded last week for vagrancy, w.t 's. view to inquiries being; made as t0ohis parents, was brought up and. discharged. The Bench recommended him to seek em ployment at once, and gave him a few bil lings for immediate use.- - Mary Young was discharged for dMunk. Mary oin, hal one i c arms and two others outside rthbcourt, was brought up for dimruness. S~E Ehd bees arrested on Saturday and subsequently admitted to bail, but now appeared so much under some exciting influence and so very.violent that the Bench could not deal with .the case, so they remanded her to Thursday next. Michael Leonard v. Saml. Brailsford-2s. 6d., for one and a quarter yards of stone breaking. Mr. Faussett for the plaintife Leonard swore that Brailsford measured the heap, and only made 26 yards of it; Leonard objected, when Brailsford made 291 yards of it, and paid him, but he found afterwards that the surveyor gave Brails...

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TO THE CITY SURVEYOR OF FITZROY. (PER FAVOR EDITOR MERCURY) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

TO THE CITY SURVEYOR OFFFITZRE. (PER YAVOB EDrITOR MERCUR) - My dear Mr. Surveyor,-I am sure we are all very much obliged to you for the nice footpath you have made in the Heidelberg road, it is quite a nice promenade on a fine afternoon, but would you really be so kind, so good natured, as to have a little gravel, or ashes, or that nasty stinking stuff from the gas works put over the new path by the Omnibus stables, just to keep us out of the mud. Charlie cleans my boots for me, like 'a dear fellow, and he wonders where I get the mud from, and I am obliged to tell him it isfrom your new footpath near the stables; and oh! Mr. Surveyor do you ever go up to the bridge, those great big omnibusses come down between the fences, and the horses kick the stones all about, and the road is newly metalled, don't you call it, and there is not the least little bit of a footpath, and the stones do scratch my poor boots and do hurt my feet. Please make a little bit of a path that the omnibusses mu...

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FITZROY—THURSDAY. (Before Messrs. Showers, T. Kidney, Marsden, and M'Lean.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

FITZROY-TnuasDAr. (Before Messrs. Showers, T. Kidney,Mars. den, and M'Lean.) SWilliam O'Neil and William Walke-- stealing 7d from the shop of Wolfe Cole man, Stanley-street, were discharged. The case for the Crown was, at the outeide, only one of probability. William O'Neil-being in a public place with intent to commit a felony. O'Neil had been arrested, on warrant, but had not been identified. Case withdrawn. Be was then charged with stealing three shillings from the shop of Mr. Burrows, -tobacconist, Smith-street. Lydia Faraday, 8sworn-I saw the prisoner in the shop, on the 8th May; he wasleaning overtheconn ter, with his hand in the till. I tried to stop him and close the door, but he broke away. He stole three shillings. When I saw him at the lock-up, last week, I recog nised him at once. To the Bench: I saw him take it. I am positive he is the boy. He was sentenced to one month's imprison ment with hard labor. Mr. :Kidson ap peared for the prisoner. Mrs. Farquharson was summone...

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COUNCILS. CITY OF FITZROY. THURSDAY, MAY 22ND. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

COUNCILS. CITY OF FITZROY. THURSDAT, T1AY 22 ND. Present:-Crs. Showers, McMahon, Evans Moore, Bolden, and Lyons. The minutes and outward correspondence were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The secretary of the Fitzroy Cricket Club .asked forpatronsge for a concert to be held - 'by that body. Granted. Four residents of Harker street com plained about the nuisance created in the - vicinity of their dwellings by the accumu lation of filth and stagnant water, at the wear of certain properties in Rae street. Inspector of nuisances to inspect and report to the Local Board of Health. Mr. John Page wished to be informed of the amount of rates due upon certain lands eowned by him, on which no rate had been 'levied for years past. The rate collector gave the necessary information. Thirteen communications were received" in answer to the circular letter sent by Fitzroy on the subject of deferred payment of future loans, of which number three took no action and ten approved of the proposal. ...

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POLICE. COLLINGWOOD—TUESDAY. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. W. Kidney, Marsden, Barnett, Levens, Bell, and Nettleton.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

POLICE. COLLINGWOOD-Tuesutr. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. W. Kidney, Marsden, Barnett, Levens, Bell, and Set tleton.) Richard Reid, Eliza Crighton. a~d 'Ane Kenny were discharged for being drunk. Mary llelsvick was arrest.cd by the p dice on Saturday fir stealing a piece of beet The prosecutor did not appear, and the woman was discharged, having been locked up on S aturday night. Leonard Woodruff, charged with stealing a pair of blankets from Mrs. Carmichael, is Eisey street. He admitted the offence and said he was drunk. Previous coavic~ion for larceny, at Daylesford, prored. Taree months' hard labor. Matilda Small. nnlawful assanlt on one Archibald Anderson. Fined 40s., or one month. Same woman, for assaulting Constable Hickey in the execution of his duty. Fined. 40s., or one month. Same woman, breaking two panes of glass, belongin.g to Mr. Archibald Anderson. Fined 3s., 2s. costs, or 4S hours. Same woman, insulting language to Jesse Cuthbsrt. Fined 20s., or 14 days. Three person...

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SOMETHING LIKE A CAT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

SOJIETHING LIRE A ?AT. "TALKrNG about cats," said uncle Tim, a regular Yankee, "puts me in mind of a cat I once owned. Let me tell you about her. She was a Maltee, and what that cat didn't know wasn't worth knowin'. Here's one thing she did. In the spring of '46 I moved into the little old house on the Crooked River. We put our provisions down in the cellar, and the first night we made our beds on the floor. But we didn't sleep. No sooner had it come dark than we heard a tearin' and squeakin' in the cellar that was awful I lit the candle and and went down. Jerusalem ! Talk about rats ! I never saw such a sight in my born days. Every inch of the cellar bottom was covered with them. They ran up on to me, and all over me. Ijumped back into the room and called the cat. She came down and looked. I guess she sat there about ten minutes looking at them rats, and I was waitin' to see what she would do. By-and-by she shook her head, and turned and went upstairs. She didn't care to tackle 'em...

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THE DREAM AND THE AWAKENING. CHAPTER IV—CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

THEM ;DREAM UANDi THE AWAKENING. CHAPUs IV-CONCLUDED. ONE o'clock, and the ghost of a sigh the ghost of a sigh, and a gentle move ment of the bedclothes. The house was very still. Was death lurking dimly in the shadows? "Joanna !" Oh, so faintly--oh, so weakly I And yet it was poor Millicent Craig's own sweet natural voice. "Joanna I' Joanna started to her feet, shielded by the curtain behind which she had kept her virgil. Her hands were once more clenched, and her eyes looked wild and strange. She stood as if rooted to where she was, and the breath from between her lips came in quick, short, frightened gasps. An awful and dire temptation was assailing her soul again and breathing its deadly poison into the ear which could not shut it out, though Heaven knew how hard she had tried to put ii from her. "Joanna!" Faint still. "Joanna dear !" She did not move, and her face worked painfully. Only this frail life between her and Kendall's love perhaps -only this exceeding frail life and n...

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THE VICTORIA CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

THE VICTORiA CROSS. Or all prizes that men in the army and navy covet, there is none more eagerly sought, more jealously guarded, or more dearly loved, than the simple cross in gun-metal, bearing the inscription "For Valour." The Victoria Cross was in stituted by Royal Warrant on Jan. 19, 1856, as a reward for individual in stances of merit and valour in the army and navy. Although many acts of heroism had been performed in both services in the earlier partofour Gracious Majesty's reign, it was not deemed ad visable to make the action of the war rant retrospective, and the heroes of the Crimea were therefore the first who re ceived the much-coveted decoration. The cross itself is a simple piece of gun-metal, bronze-coloured, with the royal crest in the middle, and below, the words "For Valour;" in the centre of the reverse the date of the act of heroism is inscribed, and on the bar to which the ribbon is attached, the name of the individual and of the corps to which he belongs. On t...

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COLLINS STREET—THE BLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

COLLINS. STREET-THE BLOCK. (FRox ~Ha QutEN, aZr.Bouovs.) LIGHT and shadow follow the order o material objects in this transitory world of ours. We march onwards amid diversity of changes-day and night, summer and winter, sunshine and storm; but these are not novel maxims.- The poet sang of these changes; the philosopher reasoned logically that these transitions were inevitable, and until life is extinct we must look forward to the realization of these established truths. From the glorious weather we have been in the enjoyment of during the last few days, we have had a sudden change, from sunshine to leaden clouds, rain, and damp. And notwithstanding the dull weather, which appears to give our business men looks of despon dency, and a feeling that the Berry Ad ministration has caused the depression in trade, the ladies, nothing daunted, are walking the block, clothed in ulsters, goloshes, and other articles of apparel suitable for damp, unpleasant weather. But passing over the gloom ...

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THRILLING A CONGREGATION. (NEW QUARTERLY MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

THRILLING A CONGREGA TION. (Nem QUARTErLY ýOAGZINE .) SOwLE of the American preachers of the past have delivered sermons more startling than edifying, and have con descended to singular tricks to arrest and take the attention of the audience. Lorenzo Dow, one of these preachers, it is said, was on his way to preach in South Carolina, under a large spruce tree, when he overtook a colored lad who was blowing a long tin horn, and could send forth a blast with rise, and swell, and cadence, which waked the echoes of the distant hills. Calling aside the blower, Dow said to him, "'What's your name?" "My name Gabriel, sir," said the brother in ebony. "Well, Gabriel, haveyoubeento Church Hill?" "Yes, Massa, I's been there many a time." "Do you remember a big spruce pine tree on the hill?" "Oh, yes, massa, I know that pine." "Did you know that Lorenzo Dow, had an appointment to preach under that tree to-morrow ?" "Oh, yes massa, every body knows that?" "Well, Gabriel, I am Lorenzo Dow, and if...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

BENUINES8ALE DISSOLUTION;of PATNERSHIP LATE READ & JOBSON, DRAP ER, CORNER OF PEEL & SMITH STS, Collingwood, In returning thanks to the Ladies of Collingwood and the surrounding. districts for their kind patronage since commen cing business, informs the public that there will be a GENUINE CLEARING OUT SALE ! SALE ! The Sale will commence TO-DAY, MARCH 15. And Goods will be offered at prices which will command a speedy clearance. As this is no Puff, but a Genuine Clearing Sale, Mr. Reid would invite one and all of his lady friends to COME EARLY TO THE SALE As it is only for FOURTEEN DAYS. ' Note the Address: SMITH & PEEL STS. WILLIAM READ, Late READ & JOBSON. HUNT'S HAT FACTORY, 186 SMITH ST., opposite Woods' Timber Yard. EVERY description of Hats and Caps 10 per cent, less than in Melbourne. Prices-Superfine black Paris hats, 12s. 6d. extra, 15s. 6d. N.B.-The trade supplied with hatters' materials of all binds cheap. THOMAS BOSWELL, -GENERAL BLACKSMIT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

BEGISTRATION of BIRTHS & DEATHS COLLINGWOOD DISTRICT, OFFICE-94 Hoddle-street, Hours--Week days from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays from 10 to 12 a.m. WILLIAM DAVIES, Deputy Registrar. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF FITZROY. EAsT A&N WEST Frrznor DivIBIONs. ELECTORS' RIGHTS for the Legislative Assembly for the EAST and WEST FITZROY Divisions may be obtained at my office, 185 Napier-street, any evening after 4 o'clock, up to and inclusive of MON DAY, 2nd JUNE, 1879. JOSEPH DUKE, Electoral Registrar. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF FITZROY. ST. MARnK' AND FrrzaOY NORTH DIVISIONs. ELECTORS' RIGHTS for the Legislative l Assembly for ST. MARK'S and FITZ ROY NORTH Divisions may be obtained at the TOWN HALL, Fitzroy, until2ndJUNE 1879, daily, during Office Hours, and on the 27th, 29th, and 31st of May, and 2nd of June from 7 to 8-30 p.m. in the evening. JOHN B. JONES, Electoral Registrar. ELECTORATE OF COLLINGWOOD. AssoroB ND AND ORTH GLAessOUsz DIvisloNs. ELECTORS RIGHTS for the Legislative Ass...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

A WANT SUPPLIED!! Cheap Tailoring. THE WHOLESALE OLOTlIN CO1YIPANY, 108 ERT~ttR&DR ST; 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. Gd. Wholesale Clothing Company's Geelong Tweed Trousers and Vest to order 18s. Gd. Fit Guaranteed. Patterns sent, post free to all parts of the colony. The Workingman's Friend, The Tradssmnn's Delight, The Swell's Astonishment is the WHOLESALE CLOTHING Co., 108 Gertrude-st., Fitzroy. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Manager. Terms-Cash. WILLIAM SCOTT CENERALJOBBING 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. From Elkington, Mason & Co.. Birminghani 77 RUSSELL ST., MIELBOURNE, (4 Doors from Little Collins st.) Old Plate. Spoons, Forks, Teapots. Cruet Frames, &e.. repaired, p...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

PUBUSHEDo EVERY SATURDAY. :Lbor {Uraania Yincit. SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1879. IT seems to be a peculiarity in the Argus to misrepresent any matters in which the councils of Collingvood and Fitzroy are conceived:. Whether this is done designedly or not we cannot pretend. t?oPy, but that it does so is' a patent fact.. Our readers will recollect that some few months ago we had ,c nion to c 0rrectonr contemporary, in •he matter' ofOollngwood ratea, when we proved indisputably that the assertions of the Argus were as untrue as they were unfounded. In this par ticular we were confirmed by the action of the Council, in sending the yearly balance-sheet, with a request that the mis-statements should be corrected. This was done, but not with the best of grace, and an endeavour was made to wriggle out of the affair by putting the blame on some person's shoulders in whose integrity an unlimited confi dence was placed, and no enlightenment as to the identity of the individual who had so maligned the ...

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A NATIONAL BANK OF ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 24 May 1879

A NATIONAL BANK OF ISSUE. - - ON Monday evening last Mr. Mirams, M.P., delivered an address upon this subject to the North Fitzroy branch of the National Reform and Protection League, the vice president, Mr. Riordan, being in the chair. Mr. Mirams stated that it was always, in his opinion, best to discuss an abstract theory in connection, if possible, with some practical issue connected with it. He in tended to confine himself pretty closely to a reply to the article which had appeared in the Argus criticising his last address upon the subject. The article in question, he said, spoke of the proposal as his (Mr. Mirams') "great discovery" He dis- claimed any such honor. All he was trying to do was to get the people of Victoria to recognise the advantages which would follow from the practical application here of theories which had been held and advocated by some of the greatest writers upon political economy which England had produced. It suited, however, he said, the purpose of the A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 31 May 1879

Nelbourne Savings Bank. Head Office: Corner of MARKET ST. & FLINDERS LANE WEST. Branch Office: 90 JOHNSTON ST., COLLINGWOOD. Open Every day. Saturdays-MIorning and evening. Sums of 1s. to £1000 received. Interest allowed up to £150. Interest, 4 per cent. per annum on mini mum monthly balance. Money is payable ON DE .A?qD, and the STRICTEST SECRECY IS OBSERVED. Fountteen thousand five hundred Accounts Now Open. THE OBJECTS OF THE SAVINGS BANK are to afford to persons whose savings are not large enough to be accept able at the ordinary Banking Institutions a means of depositing their surplus cash; thereby enabling them in periods of pros perity to accumulate a little money to meet the exigencies of life such as sickness, scarcity of work, or losses arising from various causes. It thus offers to all who choose to avail themselves of its advan tages a Sass mode of investing their sav ings, affording them not only perfect SEcuarrr, but interest for their money, and the liberty of...

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