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ORIGINAL CO[?] OUR FIRE[?] TO THE EDITOR OF THE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

"ORIGINAL COT OUR IRI EI TO TH II , F ITOII ) P T YII. Sir,-Allow enc, tllr columns, to thanlk the aIrlgado for tli willine thely.cnt tio Ternpcrmtli reel Iluring the tiNl thch o. It l wllth regret t til ratopayer of Fitzroy tile Counciil for tlho hIan ol roy Iriligale'sr rel n nlllollgh tlihey lhad two ihl thoetiloe. l mtay alo Ihl kfllloeo.s of tihe North Fi were able to extingltll?I been a Herion? live ll y o ll w ill in s ert ti h e i nr, t . I rcmain yiollr (GMO. MI iitoroy T', clljttlce

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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THURSDAY, NOV. 30TH. (Before Mr. Delbridge, J.P.) REMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

Ti?iu?.niy,'Nov.r ,OT. (Ifoforo Mr. Delbridgo, J.P.) A rniddlo ageil oan' moocd James Shaw w ' Ibrought .up charged';lwth I nmslting btohviour. As li prtisoner oppearcd to lo insaone e wns rcmauded for soven days for medical enquiry. o e h , r. IIAIt(o .Ih , -i "a A respctabldo looking min- named Jnmec Corbiott was brought up on ronand olarged' with embeozling tio sum of £3, holooglng to his onployor Ieonry, l'ollykott. bhr. Moaunn proseonted amd Mi. Lydoisappored for tho defenco.' After'eoeerl wtnesses bad been oxamincd tlhd Ihoch'o hcld. that- ao primna fnio'coltd' Io t be miao olt, adtl orderol the priodlot to bohdisohargcd.

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1ST. (Before the Mayor and Mr. Marsden, J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

FeIDAY, fleDieoi M.leR T. (liofqr the ayorland M)r. olaradni, ?P.) .iA' * cinco rigibhi drunkar0l iined Fliiboth Daviswas charged with the absvo offeneo. Tie ovideuco wee conclusivo and tho pr(i sontr.eaninBad t0,.oro iot default ono minoth in gaol; tU .l TINNi. * Y." 0 I... j 'Cnrbiile n?ncs, with no Cees than' 22 pro. n'biie o ve'iotlne recordoed agafnat ?orar w r~clcttd by. tho' polio for. iisuting boh ayi or in a apublia place,The oriticnco aliowed, flian the prlse?or'e colutioi had bIea very bad.' 'Flicl £10 with the alteriiative ofnti rco months iimprisonenta . ; oIEnloynleoerlneil ohlril lcrithi a almhor

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

SPECIAL COLUMN. i W. PILTLEY, IIOUSI, DIOORATOR, ka. ORInr'N'0 BUtI0lIN.1.?0 S, lAIn 'STREET, NORTH FITZROY, listimates Olven for conoal RIopnrs. Onlers promptly nttuolded tb.: Painters' Merodnlsol AIl Kinds Always on Hand, J. LENNON,;, Whlolesalo ad Retail ONIAT PRIOUCB ' ST01I'S, onvon or Joonsaro k' onU St ., FITZIOY.' Floor, Ilboo, ClFn, TahoIy, Whot I Potatoes at lowest rates. Bas PROMPTLY AT.TENDDI TO. SOLOMON, & CORN ])IDI.ALR, nad PROD1)UCE IERflIIANT SWICK ST., FITZIIOY, OF IICKF.SIa W rlIKT, T ailf Moaie, Potatoes. Floar, endigo llonedlst, &o. ASH FI EWoob. we thnt his prices are tho tin tih trdo,. o. A It K . ,8, AND OUTFITTER' CITY IHOUSE UDIt STIE"IT, a Sploed. Stock of (oals tld for hls order trado . FOR TILE SEASON. ction Invited. C K 'E T T, BIUILD I?,, UNSWIGICK STItEI IT tOF I '.11OVAL. C 0 T T, D SHOEIlMAKErR, uemoved toa RUDE STREET'. r-lect. Almost opposite Childrto's koota & ShoeM o s Spromptly executeod, : 11. UI,)1011 , JIIDIF, OINT'rI...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, NOV. 28TH. (Before Messrs. Turner and Barnett, J's.P.) NEGLECTED CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

1, (;CO URT~a~O~,OOT 1' L'JiiAVY, Nov. 2ST1..i. (Ilefore Mess r. Turrncr and Iforooft,JV.l1'4 NOOILEMoIr UIIILDOKN.1 Pour childrren, aged respectively thrce, ,foe, avciy,'ald ndun years, rom brought tp on remnuud as negleuteut chidrec. ,tho uuclo of the children uleposod that hotis their father and emothur hudl ulenoeted them. Ito (thu euhin~) adl kept then fur t nou mouths, an hIo Idul ino ohlfdronn of U anto upporl. Thllo serjient of polieo lnformedl thoe "onch that wrrntill wore out for the arrest of the fnrolls, lut that ilftd tfllfrds0ot the pli fiofe fnd not benai abie to find fhonl. Thhir wor. ships ordered that the chlldren e scnit to the Ioindatrfal Sulool untif they oeaoh attain the ago of ovontaeln years, , 000Af ,- NUOK "nD nIfURiYfRIIIy, For being drunk and disorderly in tile pblf' streets no elderly womann iinled Lii Morgannwns fnniled 201. or il detuolt srern days -n giiono t in e police were o .ur etrosole to Ir-ujf hornfip for linl ital ira aiiias nlex? t ' i '. S i...

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CARLTO[?] WEDNESDAY[?] (Before Messrs. Cr[?] Lewi[?] DRUNK AND[?] [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

* CARLTO (Belfore ~esrs., C Lewi DRUNK AN. For bling clrunlk public streets, Patric worn each linled Na. hours tncarcoration. 'Constablo Ilannan lnamed lcnry Noeeo f The defendant rsidcl off Queeccaborry.stro that oi the afternoon doeiositcd a quantity pulliostret. Tho sc lhat it wcad not the fir ldd so olffende od nt lhall bee) made abo 20s. or in default soc INSULTIN( .i ConstableCoanty pi for making use of ii perled that at a ver morning the defeni: onl Cadiigan.street, . self in a disorderly him to go into yis ov. made use of very ita sb very sorry for hlvc ratoe language. i tivo of aoven days i A res ectbln lec J. IS. kmilth was chargled witle obti the prisoner Imd to a matn namedl wa on thes Con mi on binag presenti i`o accunt.' Si imprisolnme?nt. Irs. Jones of topp, siimoned . street fur acsault, the complainant , fenrce. There w Alro O'llrien oil saulting her. 7 thor. Ira, Jo midday onii te back gate, Mrs. cat provocation purs of water oi per at her, andl at her the two o il...

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SPLINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

SPLINTERS. In a country newspaper appears the fol lowing annoumcement: "A number of deaths unavoidably postponed." "It is only after long reflection that I go to an entertainment with any young man," said the maiden to her mirror. An Irish judge said, when addressing a prisoner, "You are to be hanged, and I hope it will prove a warning to you." It is a fact that on Clerkenwell-green there was a shop with the folloniný inmscrp. tion:--" IacIs, deiiler in potatoes. An old bachelor explained the courage of the Turks hy saying that a nman with more thin one wife ought to he willing to face death at any time. When an American lady takes a Parisian huslmad she feels as if married only to a semi-human being, who.has mean ideas about living on his wife's money. Persons who sport money at races are likely to come into connection with gooo company, or at all events, they are continu ally with their betters. A Baltimore belle, just fromn assar Col? lege, when told by the waiter that they had n...

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THE STAGE. BIJOU THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

THE. E STAGE. Mr. Damiier has been appearing in the part of the Vagabond in? the drama of "Ttle lack Flag, or escaped frome Portland," whiceh has been produceda at theBijonTheatre during the week. As we havealredy given a detailed report of the drama further coin scnt is unnecessary. MIr. Danmpier carries nut his part in a style that reflects tih greatest amount of credit to himself; his acting being thoronghly appreciated, as is evinced'ly the frequent reealls and con tinuous applause which he recei?es. We are extremely sorry at his haring to close his season and shall.lookh fawae with plea ure to his returnto us again. The different characters are well.represented.' Mr. Dam ir atppeared in tile "Black Flag" "fr the time last evenhin g This evening Signor Do Vivo announces that the Mantaguse ar sor Opera Cdmpany will commence their Christemas season, when they will make their ppearance in the opera of " Mignon." As they gave such general salisfaction in their last season,- and as ....

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THURSDAY, NOV. 30TH. (Before Mr. Delbridge, J.P.) REMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

TIIlnsDAY, Nov. 30re,. (Before DIr. Delbridge, J.P.) REMAN DED. A middle aged man named James Shaw was brought up charged with insultiUg behaviour. As the prisoner appeared to be insane hwas remanded for seven days for medical enquiry. UISCIIHARED. A respectable looking man named James Corbett was brought up on.remand charged with embezzling the sum of £:1, belongin" to his employer Henry Pollykett. 3Lr. 1ecKeas prosecuted aid MIr. Lyons appeared for the defence. After several witnesses had been examined the bench held that a prima facic could not be made out, and ordered the prisoner to be discharged.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR FIRE BRIGADES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR FIRE BRIGADES. TO THE EDITOR OF1 TIlE FITZROY CITY rPRES. Sir,-Allow me, throigh your valuable columns, to thank the North Fitzroy Fire Brigade for the ,willing manner in which they lent the Temperance Volunteers their rcet during thi time their own' was at Syd ney. It is with regret that I have to inform the ratepayers of Fitzroy that we applied to the Conneil for theiban of one of the Fitz roy Brigade's reels and were refused, although they had two in their station at the time.' I may also add that through the kindness of the North Fitzroy .Briigaýll we were able to extinguish what might have been a serioos lire, ni Fleet-street. Hoping you will insert the above. S GEO. IGAUGER, l.on. See., Fitzroy Tempecrane Fire Brigadz.

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1ST. (Before the Mayor and Mr. Marsden, J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

FuroDA, DECEcoec 1ST. (Before the Mayor and MIr. Marsden, J.P.) DILU?SK 0,D DISORDEILLY. An incorrigible drunkard nalld Elizabeth Daviswas charged with the absvo offence. The evidence wna conchtsive and the pri soner was liund 40a. or in default one month in gaol. ' nMSULTena wnAIOUn. - Caroline Erve, with no less tman 20 pre vious convictions recorded against her, wia prosecuted by the police for insulting be haviour in a publio place. The evidence showed tlihat the prisoner's conduct ihad been very bad. Fined £10 with the alternative of three months imprisonment. Emily Barton charged with a similar offence was remanded tall Monday:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

S'I " qEWj BANi II, 238 SMITH SBI. REDUCED PY ICE S !!! W iALk'I CLOTHING COY.,) PREMIER TAIOIIS OF . AUSTRALIA, L : i 1 D FORMER 1nuCE, Io. t. . 1REDUCED!'TO .i .' DD. . BUITB TO ORDER, 42a. ed. OPE)ý I'EN WiRANII, 338 SMI1.T1 BTREET, COpl GWOOD Op__ite oBree Palne, .Ini nldolnin t tit Ia.ht t ito etilLoni n nt DIenoast Company. OOB - in to hoe u rt <i adtfromn tid p. liel aid the rbhat it, un Wiallled, e?'ues a liavi'ld 4 *itli; Ihintildlci d the ComIpany to still further increoas their enterpsoo liy ? uciug t? NEW IIRLANCII *i:AT 238 SMITit ITItEETI, COLLINGWOOD, opposito tiio Cofl?o PTalaci In so doing we feel conlident woi are antlciptingi thoe wants: of our manty, Collingwood and litzroy custtoers, from :whom waehope to' receive the some Si ra p Ppotin'th .futur hat, he pu lih]a tkhllyd b t d ? e t dupn us in Wp anr sellitg SIN(ILE GARMENTSIl' 'd WIOLESAL-E! PRICEf, nmld' owing d?thb olberal patronage bestori~1 ilpoi't it dby' 'Dide'nihti Piublic Ae are doing by far...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

SL~IUNQ ANn st)aflhfci 9t AsoxN ED]WAiD; CORNELL Fins ninch ip k ellro in nnnot ing that hIs It now InaklKI lila -"' 1 , piRST IT, ,A"'LAY NEW SPRING1GOODS0 Co+ mprising :tllo ,i .: LEADING,. NOVELTIES8 Noew designs In ort Crtoo, Lnoe Curtains, &o. Special ea tion is dlrcoted to tho i printed Satteens, Cambrica, Zephyrs, no., which are very eholic andl entire , New, Patterns., ?: . All marked t: LOW EST'P CASI PRICES ROCHESTER :IHIOUE New OCasG Drapery Warohouse; . Oernor ol Smith .and Peel Streets,. CO'L IN (IW 0 1), Alsont nio nio Wadlin yt E w oIm,. . .. FITZIOY 133-205 BRUNV IS I WI EAST.' (ESTABLISltEDI 1853, F.U. .... .ITU.. . , Sooi ai, .?i, ,ap i, t,,, pl- I try ihnorG od; ?aro alL ?arked in Plaint Figoures n: If yoi ?waut to UY ond wish to SE iLL Yo iu'll fid tIhat I:? co nis yon well: SThen yonn winl ninlnly kearn by ]eart, "int no tio Ctinfes'?T'r FuRnsTtrE S ' FITZIIOY E .. 13 UBRUNS WI CK . SEET . ask loyu poll'to nkio f V 0rin;t ..t.. ST. OlOtt(.lk , JAI NOkTI[...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

.'rvb'PrITOY(CITo'r. COUNOIL, senoot Th Mayor (r, Moore), Cra. "rooke Ioonotto, (Orjgg, ohtoo ?t?ippe, Showors M'Mahon, oultll oo h'ella ° " T.'q molnoto of provlons meoltllogt anl ol ward" ub'Hmda ,ullhdrhoqN , or? hd emir" ud sh . s PrOr2 E(k O97 E, ate1111srt If /Htoi?tthet trusegOt'onf tito Ulottlw Mo. t IodIt roO Ctiorth letattl that a IOot1 of rnd ton piopioty d nlioed aoo hulth, lt-oa atedt io teorgoetreot Fttrroy, had booon rated altl thoat thotreooaourr taoO phli the anmoto '/o ,ol{totfi on tl lht c?nhrorh pro. pert" tloth o vithlot h~Thl ota or tier honeo its are dorvrcd Is oxelllpto l from payin rates, And rcqoestingl tle counin l to live it tlhelr consloltoffihtd treound tihe iaoooy. Iaeferred to lianote Coot oouhlttco. 2. From" Ure. ,atlbournq City Council, re cettgb'thto hi tr Oftot the itzroy City Cooeill to thTe work necessary foreoo coting tie dalon oabolt to. lo constlreteod in lie of P'rloescestreot with the drao within tohe cty of'?klrOoyt ktwor aOl the utelllyet...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XXI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

OUR STORYO " TELLERF" MONA'S CURSE. CiArm i XXSI. (Continued). Neither R?ahel nor Nesta lrhed look forth to see who this was; Ibt as: soon as ihe dashedl by towarnls the nstle, they. rose anl Sleol as rapidly nas the female who, had pre ceded thellcm. Nrsta's first thought wao that the pro. pheteRs must have revived, and quitted the "Couhl it be Muona we saw!" she i'en tnred to w~hisper; "m.ud was tlhat the dreadl fnl personage she alls the dclnon t" "Iheaven only kinows," omutteredl Rachel Lloyd in return. "I woeld we were afe under mine own roof agail." ltrcathless with their haste, they per severed, however, nor pausctl until a flash of lilttning clicited ani excantation from est?a; ,oe in tile plath, alnost at their feet, lay tile dark foer of the woman who hasd passed tloelcl aas the tirst to recover herself. "L.et her les who she .may, she is our fellow creature : and he owho followed. a surety, meditated her death. \ t11a unot leave htr here, lett he retum antid find her." 'i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

SPECIAL COLUMif. W. PILLEY, HIOUSE DECORATOR, &c. nrrTrEN' UILDL ' , S, RAE STREET, RORTH' FITZROY, Estimates Given' for General'Repaits. Orders promptly attendole to. raintelr' Materials of -All Kinds Always fon and. J. LERNON,I . Wholesale and Retail COLONIAL;' PRODUCE STORES, 156, CoIsREc or Joissroe & Gons Sus., FITZROY. Hay,'Corn, Floir, Bral, Chaff, Barley, Wheat an. ostoes at lowest iatoo. : ALL ORDE0 S roosrrLY A7TEN.DED TO. F. 'SOLOMON, Ifar & Cone DEosLER, and GENER:hL PRODUCE MERCHINT 3606 IIRUSWICK ST., FITZROY, CO.?ESt Or LEICE R STILEEor..- : . lay, Oats, Chaff, Maize, Potatoes. Flour, lran, Bendigo Bosledust, &c.' -'- K AL Ats? IWOO. -U , A trial will prore that cla prices are the :lorwest in the:tracdc B. A.R K , TAILOR AIND OUTFITTER' FITZROY CITY HOUSE GERTRUDIE STREET, Has just received a Splendl, Stock of Goods specially selected for his order trade. WOOLLENS FOR TIIE SEASON. Inspection Invitcd. j H A C K- s T 'T, COACH BUILDER, 23...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH. (Before Messrs. Robb, Raven and Showers J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

POLILCE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. iMoysAY, NOvEMiERt 27Tn. (Before Messrs. Robb, Raven and Showers J's. P.) TItRU.K AND) DISOLRDERLYt. Tile following parsons were charged with the bore ofknces:s-John Carr. Anhdrwse lAndersoln, Susan Blair, Frederiek Msalster and John J. Hunt. Anderson, Blair and Ialster were acil filed 5s., or 24 hours, the others were discharged: ASSUILTING A CONSTABlE. Frederick Moilster was further charged with assaultintg constable Cameron and damaging his helmet.' After hearing the cvi dence of the prosecuting constable and Ser. genrt Bell, the lmech held the rse to be proved, and inflicted a file of 20s. with 12s. lId. and Is. dl. costs or in default 7 days imprisonment. INSULTI.NG BEItA1tOUR. Semor-constable nMaluire prosecuted F. Smart for insulting lbshaviour in a public place. It appeared that on Saturday night the prisoner was misconducting himself is Gertrude-street, and it furtherappeared that il the month of June last he was convicted aud lined fora...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

ESSAY ONb BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY a A. 'ND INFLUENCE. k1 (BR~. :C.: MoLtzon, LonmRtn , FTrzuOY w SPenoL Lonttoy. I (Continued from our last.) While such was the state of mitters out tn of doors, tlh c.urree cte within weoe elually S conficting and 'confusig, butthcy can only £ hbe glanced at, souch as the breaking of glass t and crockeryware,, the tumbling down of C stewards, the gnimbols of loose casks and D truant dozens of porter, and the remarkable sounds raised from within their stateo-rooms (cribs little bigger tuan coffins) by tho 70 odd passengerswho were too ill from sea sickoness to get up to breakfast. To vary d the delights of the voyagc,ooe evening about sunset, when ahove ten days out, a storm t came on in fearfully increasing fury, except r during a tlll a little before idoai ht.o Thoere was something in thie suspene of that hour, a and in the after gathering of the storm so t inconseivably awful and tremendous, that its bursting afterwards into full violeneo was n nlnos...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, NOV. 28TH. (Before Messrs. Turner and Barnett, J's.P.) NEGLECTED CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

COLLINGWOOD COURT. TLESI, Y, Nov. 28sri. (Before Messrs. Turner and h?lrnett, J's.P.) . EGLEUTED CIHILIUI?L. Four children, aged respectively, three,' five, soevenr, and nioneyars, were brought op on remand as negletedl children. The uncle of the children deposed that. both their father andl other ldl descrtedi.them. He (thl uncle) had kept then for enine umonths, but could not afford to keep them any longer as ho had five children of Is own to supporLt. The serjeant- bf pollce informtni the loch. that waraonts were out for the arrest of thoe renta, but tlat Iu the present the police ad not been able to find tlhem. Their wor. ships ordered that the children be seit to the Industrial Schools until they each attain the age of seventeen years. , DaUK AND DI MLOKhtLY-+ For being drunk anl disorderly in the public streets an elderly womaon named Lizzie Morganwasi fied 20s. or in default seven days in gaol, and the ?olice wcre in strncttol to bhing her cp for habitual drcnk enness next ti...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. 3lAT.HlES PLAYED LLST SATURDAY. Young Imperial v. George United. Won by thle former by 10 wickets. Thie scores wsere George Unitedl2'an i2S, Young Is perial 24 and no wickets for 25. Gray 13 and Matthews 14 for winners, and Lord for losers, plnyed well. A cricket match was played on Saturday last at the Fitzroy Cricket Ground between the 2nd elevens of Fitzroy and Hotlham, which resulted in a win for the local clucb by 14 runs. Scores, Fitzroy 71 Hotham 57. Corbel and R.-h Neencce battedl well for Fitzroy. scoring 37 and 10 respectively, whlile Guy nod Parlett did very well for "Iotlmn, getting 17 and 14. Ir. Nenuan for Fitzroy took 6 wickets for 2 runs, while Gibbon for Hotham took 5 wickets for 30 runs. Fitzroy v. Kew Asylum resulted in an easy victory for Fitroy. KewAsylum, who batted first, scored 40, of which Trumble and Roberts contributed 21 and 16 respec tively. At the call of time Fitzroy Lad scored 1541 for the loss of two icekets. Showers contribu...

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