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SATURDAY, MAY, 20, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

SATURDAY, MAY, 20, 1876. OUR readers will see from our adver- tising columns that preparations are being made for the coming municipal   campaigns. One of the retiring council- lors for Fitzroy, Mr. SAMUEL LYONS, has announced himself as a candidate for re-election. In the absence of any address, we are scarcely in a position to discuss the intentions of the Councillors for the future year. There certainly are, as far as we have been able to obtain the intelligence, some proposed objects in view, and to these we shall briefly allude, with the further intention of discussing them more fully as soon as they are definitely before the bur- gesses. Meanwhile Mr. LYONS is the only retiring member of the Fitzroy Council who has come forward for re- election. Whether Mr. TUCKER or Mr. ROWE intend to re-offer themselves to the bur- gesses we are not at present informed. With the termination of the term of these gentlemen, the burgesses have certainly every right, and it is an in...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOD IN NERVOUS DISEASES. (NATIONAL FOOD AND FUEL REFORMER.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

GOD 121 11.RVOus .U IS .(NATIONAL FOOD:AND :FUEL REFORamIE.) ,., 'Dnl Joni NSTON, the P"rofessor' 'of Medicie 'at ,IKing's College, in? ?'i, bourse of series of lectures, now being published in the Lancet, upon 'ncrvous& disorders, recommends as an ' ekiious i?e~without the aid, of, mredicine.; No. loubt there. may' be 'much ffavour.iin, this miibodeof'cure whei"the' 'disordered (ndition, of the nerves spiringg friom urely physical cauise.; . :but whore' verwork; mental strain, grief, religious; 1espondency, or ennui are concerdicdin the matter-?'where; in fact? ''thed nihdi has acted odiithle'body,' not the lbiody; tho mind-there can be nothinrg like a oal chabnge of scen??iid surrounidings', ho nervous excitementl from the qii ce-i clerk. ' Half the nervous, disorders of iniddle-class women '. are duo 'to :thee monotony of their liVees;. It isiobividi' that without a change in ,the manner of living, both'of: the, speculator:' ,and the clerk, : no good'. could: come' of a c...

Publication Title: Mercury
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NAMES OF INVENTORS LOST. (SMILES). [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

NAMES OFINVENTORSLOST.. (smILEs). SoME of the most valuable inventions have descended to us without the names of their authors having been preserved. We are the inheritors of an immense legacy of the results of 'labor and ingenuity, but we know not the 'names of our benefactors.. Who invent-dl'he watch as a measurer`.of time? Who invented the fast and loose pulley. ?. Who invented the eccentric'? "Who," asks a mechanical inquirer, "'inv6nted the method of screws with stocks. and dies? Whoever he might be, he was certainly a great benefactor 'of his species. Yet (adds 'the writer) his name is not known, though the inven tion has been so recent." This is not,. however, the case with most 'modern inventions, the greater number of which are more or less disputed. Who was entitled to the merit of inventing print ing has never yet been determined. Weber and Senefelder both laid claim to the invention of lithography, though it was merely an old German art, reviv ed. Even the invention of t...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COUNCILS. FITZROY, MAY 26TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

COUNCILS. FITZROY, MAY 26tu, 1876. At the meeting of the above Council, there were present, the Mayor (Councillor lMahony) in the chair, Ors. Evans, Wood. head, Showers, Tucker, and Lyons. Mr. JAMEs PUNC? complained of the bad drainage in Victoria street opposite his promises, caused by the backing up of the footpath by water, such never having been the case till level crossings were put down. Referred to Public Works' Committee' The Inspector of police for Fitzroy stated that the police had been instructed to pro. cooed against persons allowing cows to wander in the public streets. The letter was received. Twenty-two ratepayers of Rae street, North Fitzroy, drew attention to the ium. passable state of that part of Rae street. Referred to Public Works' Committee. A communication from the railways and roads department stated that Mr. Jones, Minister of Railways, had moved the Gov. ernor to proclaim Nicholson street a com mon tolls road, also mentioning that pro. portions of the reven...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. AnsTeorT of births and deaths registered in the metropolitan and suburban distriots during the week ending May 13, 1870. DIstriet, trkths. Deaths. Brighton,.. ,,. ... 3 1 Brunswick ... ... 8 Carlton ... ... ... 16 6 Collingwood .,. ... 11 8 Fitzroy (North) ... ... 12 2 Flemington .. ... 1 1 Footcoray ... ... 4 ... Hawthorn ,,. 3 1 Hotham .... .. ... 9 Kew ... . ... 2 4 Melbourne (South) .. .6 18 Melbourne (West) 11 4 Prahran ... ... 4 5 Richmond ... ...! 15 8 Sandridgo ... ... 4 Emerald Hill 21 4 South Yarra ... .,, 1 1 St. Kilda.,.. ... ... 9 1 Williamstown ... ... 5 1 140 70 *Five in Fitzroy. 11 deaths are reported as oouring from scarlet fever. Of the total deaths, 25 or 34 per cent., were children not exceeding the age of 3 years, 17 being under the ago of one year. President Grant has at length boon caught in the maelstrom of investigation. The Now York papers of the 20th chronicle the fact of his "political and moral suleido" in the use of...

Publication Title: Mercury
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

S GENERAL I'NEWS." L Etinion' was vwell-atteinded :'n Saturday night last. The brothers Gardiner, and "Love in a tub," were.productive of rounds of applause; the formier being vociferously encored. " We have been given to understand that Mr.'Hbnry Clhy, a' esident of Fitzroy for the 'last' tw?enty ybars, intends to become a candidate at the approaching civic contest in'that'town. ,. : L A' man named Mateor was fined '20s and 10s.s costs,,. and had' his scales forfeited for having them' .defective. The Inspector .of weights and measures appeared and showed tihe seale as ?'eing defective' one oince', .A', complaint was made some time ago to the Fitzxoy Counoll that'the weights marked on 'the' tickets of the woodoarters were wrong. A reply has been sent by the Council stating that the matter of remedying this evil was in the hands of the purchasers. , As Mrs. Soliauff, of MolCean street, North Fitzroy, was returning from church on last. Sunday evening to her home, she fell from the emb...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labour, Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

(Vrr ·i f .PVBLIS~ED EVERY. SATURtAY. 1Labor,,Omnia Vincit. , ·If 1?ejocteticomrii1l4cations 'canmnot be.rroletu'nedI .act der.r l ci rncuntstaGt m 3w1ftevcr..,, ib:,nolice:cdnbe *taoew ncdf" tnonl~ntous comn munication& .1Every. lcter, must bet accorn ,anti by theo 7arne and address otf ti6 'wr4&, noi , ioct~cssat'&! fop ipublocatito, bui Wdju~tuaranite 'of ryooc fdtltl& f To ciioi in ov6niencl anci delay to,'pcraoens *iiiterdsi d the7ave to rdquseet'that all' biainess cornruntu~catiuns, ioncbuotng advcrtisements, Fovdrt# for ,he paper, anO remittances; be ad ib Oed to1GXWFITH & SravEc_ ,zndnte t~o the ~ ltlEAn1 Tib zt.P~d. r..'111 )fill 1'1"f [" I(- ;',1' - . 'r " ' d.( I LAer an~iuZ eUTer ceninocatgens q bne repad fo `isertion in Utela'ews colum4"hk'deiuld' b't kztldrtbssec t61theJI9rc tbr. ý : ";r; ?.. I .,..F,

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COLLINGWOOD, MAY 23RD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

COLLINGWOOD, MAY 23RD. . Before Messrs. Morgan, Kidney, Bowring, and Mark Foy. Elizabeth Callopa was charged with being intoxicated :arid, refractory... She camo to the watch-houise and was 'abusive. As it was not her flirb appearance she was fined 40s or fourteen' days." ,Arabella Jones was also charged with intoxicated and refractory. She also came to the watch-li0ouse and was abusive. Fined 56 or'twventy-four hours. Ludwig Muller was charged with being intoxicated while in charge of . horse and dray., Fined 10s or forty-eight hours. .: A small intelligent-looking lad of ten, named Walter .Whitburne, was charged with the larceny of an axe and fork from the premises of a man named Hipper. He sold the things to Coffey of Stanley street. Mr. Gillow appeared for the lad and showed that he had been made a tool of by older boys. As' Hipper did not press the charge, and the lad had a good character he was dismissed. An elderly .female with .the euphonious title of Lily Ann Pickles, was c...

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SATURDAY, MAY, 27, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

As: ,wme. promised in :our last week's issue we revert to' the: subj et rof a' pro-; poed nw loan for Fitzroy. We sought to' pit out, the 'imossilihlty oafu Hiier, oan i ability1vitligut a cotr ipondiqg, increased rate le?y, .,Our readerq, Ituat..beari 'id~ mind ,that, we: havrd erideavored?"to .demonstrate 'the: filt' tliati 't!?e 'general" rtot''?bf 10 d' in' the1 pnuid' i?'nomucinimorethdii ?difi cient .to meet the ordiary iialis ;of:management. a~d.,,maintenance each, current::year.:;! Somei ihave !supposed; that as the new:works were completed' there would bd' less"diemanid bppn' the' general'rates, A?t'this is not the' fact. Asthe ttown ex'tends thdre Will be ai> increasing expendituro for maintenaunce, lighting,,, and ,other .purposes,, And oveii supposing. it were possible to have, a :'dec?nt balauce' of: the payment of ordiinary po enkes, it'm'dst `not? bo 'for-' ,gotten that ,herare ao imany ways td absorl sgeh alance n --ssuch as pubh;j baths;,street planting, reserves...

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BUDDHA'S SERMON ON FRIENDS. (CONTEMPORARY OPINION.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

BUDD IA'S SERMON ON (CONTEMIPORAnY OPINION.) POVERTY overtakles hii who says, 'Tis too .?ld,' tis tio 'ho't;" til'too' late,- and n eglects his idiaily ;Work bu`iht li wh'o, performinig iis nianly,;4uties, recks not a straw for leat or cold,: his happiness, shall. not,,,decay.., . There are four, young:men; who? seeming to'be friends; irow,enomios in disguise-the rapacious friend, the man of profession,'. the 'flat tbrorand' the. dissoluto companion. " In fodi. ~dys. th' raptacious' maii miy' lo Iiotb~' to bo nuch in return' fqor little"; he.does what, is right only under. the impulse, of fear ;; and' he serves you from self-interested motives. In fotir ways the mian of mucli profession may 'be ,kniiowi to be ',a false friend :-he ,boasts of what he meant to have done for-you; he is profuse in unprofitable compliments, butfin the hour of need he protests his inability to serve you. In ,.four ways 'the' flatterer may be known to beoafirase friend':-lHe assents when you do wrong; he a...

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ENGLISH ITEMS. (CULLED FROM THE AUSTRALIAN PRESS TELEGRAMS.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

ENGLISH ITEMS. (CULLED FBROM THE AUSTRALIAN PRESS TELE oGRAMS.) The Emperor of Brazil, DomPedro, ar* rived at' San Francisco last evening accompanied by three of his ministers, and declines all ceremony and official receptions. He registered his name at the Palace Hotel as Mr. Alcantara. It is generally believed that Don Carlos and three of his generals were among the passengers of the steamship Hibernia who landed at Halifax recently, and that they intend to make a tour through the United States incog. In a bicycle contest at Now York for the championship race, of 60 miles, between D. Stanton, English, and W. L. M'Lollan, American, the former won. Stanton made the distance in 3h. 4m. M'Lollan broke down on his 16th and also on his 20th mile and then left the track altogether. The Government Lunatic Asylum at Washington has boon investigated and a horrible state of things revealed. Patients were stabled like horses, and the bones of many were worn through the skin, and in several in...

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CLARK ON CROMWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

OLARK ON CROMWELL. Before a densely packed audience in the Pitzroy Town Hall, on Monday last, the Rev. Charles Clark delivered his now famous lecture on Oliver Cromwell. Mr. Mahony, Mayor of Fitzroy, occupied the chair, and in a few remarks formally intro duced the Rev. gentleman. The lecturer began as usual with the historical exordium which has been delivered to and read by so many thousands, that it is unnecessary to introduce it here. Close on two hours and a half the lecture lasted. The lecturer's excellent voice was heard distinctly in every part of the large hall, whilst the telling points of the lecture, both humourous and sentimental, were received with as much enthusiasm as when they were firstdelivered. Considerable amusement was caused by the Rov. lecturer's humourous reference to the excellent training which Oliver underwent to become a ruler of an unruly nation, when he introduced his mother-in-law into his family so that she and his wife might live together. The descr...

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EVE IN 1876. (CATHOLIC TIMES). [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

E VE' I7 d 1876. (OATHOLIC TIMnE). WHEN Watt Tyler's hiornde, imitating the Jacquerie of Fan'ce, rose in the interests of the equality of man, they marched upon London to the tune of a very pertinent bit of doggerel: "Wh~en Adam delved and Evo spin, Who was then the gentleman ?" The question was easy to put, nouc so easy to answer; but the peasantry of Essex and Kent practically solved it by cutting off. the heads of all gentry on whom they could' lay hands. At the present time the last line might well be altered, andthe classes not supporting themselves by manual labor could with great show of reason ask, " Who is not the gentleman?" Adam will not delve, Eve will not spin, for all are ladies and gentlemen, and the pursuits of "the grand old gardener" and his wife are beneath the contempt of right-minded persons. The Adam of 1876 puts on a black coat, a stove-pipe hat, and be comes a gentleman in the shape of a half-starved clerk. Eve will do a little tatting, crochet, or embroidery...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, MAY 22ND. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

POLICE. FITZROY-M- oNDAY, MAY 22ND.. Before Moessrs.' 'Mahony, Woodhea Dolbridgo, Kidney, and Marsdon. John Daily, a broad individual with pair of disfigured eyes, was charged wit being intoxicated and refractory. Whil drunk he had lost £25, Disoharged. George Duncan was charged with bol intoxicated and refractory. He was fin fs or twenty.four hours. John Carroll was charged with bet drunl, and doetroyylug the peace of a Sn day.sclool at Northcoto. IHo was fined or twonty.four hours' inprisonment, Chnrlos Cupsoh was fined lOs or fort, eight hours for using abusive languago. Lawrence v Rowo.--Sunmmon for mei?i attendance amounting; to .. Is, Verdi for amount with 5s costs. Morris v Rowo,--unamuons for £? 8s f board and lodging. Verdiut for amou with Gs costs. Mr. M'Ginty, conuittlon iagout, uet mnoned Mr. Mulroady, a travellor in t omploy of P. ;r. Martin, brower, for i s.umn of los (ld the price of commission the cost of a summons. The plaintiff stated that' defendant had 'asked him...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

?uLteo ©ompanies. EVERY MAN OUGHT TO INSURE AGAINST FIRE. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COM PANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited) MODERATE RATES OF PREMIUM.' DIRECTORS. Chairman-Richard Twentyman, Esq. Vice-Chairman-Thos. Moubray, Esq., J.P. J. L. M'Clure, Esq. Thomas Alston, Esq., J.P. Hon. C. J. Jenner, M.L.C. Matthew Lang, Esq. Henry Stevenson, Esq. Head Office: No. 1 Market.square, Collins at., Melbourne., WM. MACREDIE, Esq., J.P. Secretary, This Company covers Ihe risk of explosion from Gas. THE PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND' AND Investment Association. Registeroed under "' Friendly Societies' dtatute" 1865. SHARES £25 EAHI Entrance Fee, One Shilling per Share. Fortnightly Subscription, Is. per Shar. Offers remarkable inducements to INV E S':TO-R. SI, The most liberal terms to BORROWERS, And the following rates of Interest to DEPOSITORS, In sums of £1 and upwards: 12 Months ... 8 per cent. per annum, 6 ,, 7.. ,, ,, 8 . ... 6 ,, Pay-day-Every alternate Monday. OFFICE: [62 COLLINS STREET WES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

Govornmont, Ad.vortiso?,~$st, QALE (No. 4320)' of CRO WVN LAND 'in S'feooe simple 'it tlio'auction' roo6i0' of M?-.l G. Walstab,'59 Queen streot, Melbourn, oin Tuesday, tho.30th day, of ! May,. 1876,v at .1 o'clock p.m., , ' TOWN LOTS. Emerald Hill, parish of South Melb6irr~ij county of Bourke, in Park, Barik, And',Rdy strooets, and the'Eastern road.; Upset priceo £1 10s .per. foot; charge for.. survey,: ; £1 Area, from 10p. to 2 5-10p.; ,, Allotments 1 to 14, Sco. GO; P to 17; Sc'.. 70; 1' to 1;6 Sec. 71, jind 'frontageC fro*h" 13f. '4ith. 'to 8 ft. . " , :"' : "East Collingwood, parish .of Jika' Jikan county of Bourko,- fronting! Wellington, street, being 'the site foxmerly hold by Mr. F. T. Wimblo. Upset 'price, l lOs p6i foot; charge for survey, £i. Areai, 10 7-10pl each. Portions, 1 to 6 'Allotment 1 See,.9, and 22ft. frontage each. :, .. , " COUNTRY LQT...,r Parish of Parbino, county of Evelyn? on M'Mahon's' Creek and ohe Rivey. Yarra Upset prico,'£2. per foot;caharge for siur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

DRAPER &c l R POYNTER 88 1''8, ! 88 S - - - POYNTER'S EAP DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, 8 Smith-street, Collingwood. SCOTTISH IGHLAND 'OIL, THE GREAT CURE FOR EUMATISM GOUT LUMBAGO -NEURALGIA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES. ndreds of testimonials from all parts of country prove the Remedial Properties his truly Wonderful Oil. Sold by all ectable chemists and store-keepers throughout the Colonies. olesale Agent for Victoria, South Aus ia, and New Zealand: THOS.' DORGAN, LINDERS' LANE W., MELBOURNE. 5 BARKLY STREET, CARLTON. .MRS. GREIG'S EGISTRY OFFICE, 87 BRUNSWICK ST., FITZROY. IL DESPERANDUM. GBERTAIN CUBE BPPECTED BY TAKING AUMONT'S UT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS ts remedy will be found very beneficial in cases Rheumatism. Rheumatio Gout, Lumbago, indeed all those Rheumatic affections so nearly el to them, such as painful affections of ,the treV Swelling and Enlargement of the Joints oLlarly those of the feet and hands) Flying as, ocasionally affecting all parts of the system, ch ustally termina...

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A TALE OF THE MERRY MONARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

A TA E OF , THE MERRY MONARIOH. THERE ,were -gay doirngs in .the ancient city of, Oxford lonei fine morning in Aigut, 7'1660 fo'riKing 'Charles II. was makig u progrss through Eng lini, and I ha ,,siegnificd his gracious intention ,of visiting and;, inspecting the univeidity; i ;TheJ day 1of his expected arrivil wi}s; come;` and maniy a 'black gowned ,professor and 'grave wigged doctor trembled with agitatiop,, even fikoi;a ;blshing. :girl :'of 'fifteen, at the. thought of meetitig royalty face to face, qdpe'i?citb p lfienig made the 'subject of some, bitipg jest or mocking quip, such as the graceless son of the martyred Charles:loved:to iridulge in. Ambitious iVb`pedtgh'lsso; vI~iords of preferment, of courtly priks and princely gifts, danced bbfgro thejusuially sober,.optics of not a few.staid dignitaries.;: . 'v"His'inajesty,"' said theo professor of rliet'or;id,' 'ioveseloqubeti¢e: his tmother ado ;ed Bossuet, and his father evo.er e couraged.tlhe study of oratory,. ,' ,'"True,"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

GENERAL NOTICE. THE Mercury is published every Saturday Morning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged Is. per quarter, payable in advance; by post Is. 6d per quarter. ....The quarter commences on the'first Sat urday in the months of Decembe'r, Mrcil June, and September. The Editor will be obliged for inform ation-more especially relating to local matters. SCALE FOR ADVERTISING. Business Cards, per quarter, from 7s. 6d. Official and Election Advertisements, each insertion, per inch ... 2s. 6d Want places, Servants, Houses and Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for Sale or Exchange, Miscel laneous, Missing Friends, &c., Os; 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths, and Marriages ... .. ..... is.:Od. To AnDVRTISERS.-Nbitie to withdraw advertisements must be given in writing. / rHE Mercury can be obtailed from, any of the following agents iý--Sdbscription 1s. per quarter. G. CAnNELL, .;. 167 ,Smith street. Mrs. WooDnir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 May 1876

WOOL i W!'1 WOOL :! !WOOL I _....GO TO wUOLESALrZAND ?ETAML TOY & FANIY' .REPOSITORY, Berlin wool 4d. per dozen. Fingering Wools' s, 6d. to Se. per lb. 'Largest Variety' of Colors at .... 18 Smith . st.. Collingwood. s toreeepirIs and hliawkers supplied.' :" MRS. HIGGENS'S ,FANCY REPOSITORY ": 149 SMITH STREET, FITZROY; Braiding Blocks in great variety. Patterns Stamped on every..Matoerial for. Braiding. Pinking done. Berlin Wool in.great variety of colors.. Registry Office for Servants. Agent for Coutts' guaranteed Acetid Acid, } also Robinson's Universal Cement. J" D. FR[ASER, ''WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TINSMITH, 339 SMITH STREET, FITZROY, Opposite Easey street. All kinds of Jobbing executed. Orders punctmually attended to. 'THOMAS E' VERGA, .COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL PRINTER, PAPER.BAG MANUFACTURER, Grocers' Stationer, &o., 78 :R?TJS ELL 'STIREET, MELBOURNE. THOS. LLOYD, SLEATHER CUTTER, 236 WELLINGTON STREET,. Collingwood. Grindery at lowest rates. T-o. :?: . . T'he tru...

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