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THE CRESWICK RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

'i'tiI1 0 10tOVICiK tILItH? I'UUI.. A publhlllu ieetintolg coneeold by the Mliyor of Fitzroy woq hol lln to t wn IHall oIl Taelday ovening, the object dlobg' to take aettun for osistllug ti the relief of thim faIl. litn of the unfartonateo ilooeri who lost their lives in the latl noirohlt at Ctrxsirnkb. Tl'h meeting although not largely attended was 00ost enllthaolotli. Sovoraol Iailes occupied seats in the b?ly of tfe Itoll, snl aImolgst tI ogetlemiInon the platform we notriced the iRev. Prior I litler, Cr. Holldon, Cr. ?.'lahon, nod Cr. thowers of Fitzroy, Cr, Andersoo of olbllourno, Cr. Tatnter of Cul. llngwaoo, Mr. aMRlarmw J.PI., Mr. A. I.n, Itr. Jeremin loloolul, Mr. \Vm. Lang, Mr. Jaucsot, nd ol '. olloe'. r The Mlayor hls. ila tuake the ehair enml biiolly'atedl tile oClocot far' nohllt hretd oloeo lll: tlhe nmcrt. lioe, rolled pollo ti iteau. Prior im lltllor to move the litrst resolotil. I'eisr Itatlor oa oltlag 0 wi reeiCedl wrtlh great aluptnao, It seotl that the reroolot...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 18TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Holden, Falconer, and Woodhead, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

POLIOE InTR {LLIGOEN E favuY , ocoun,8Ir. . Slllno ; D'r ra a; Ida r? 1 (lofora Mr. Ally, P'. I, and Mlooer. Hlul. dlaen, Foalonr, alnd lVoofllara, ,*,.P.l I,IILTSK AND ItllOliunII, Jatnm Shluppoa anol Ior sl Ryno ulrl 'rn lhairgadl wilk t no n a rave olnco., Astloy lhad ec boon loke d oip for snneral hoaia and wcrora w nott ln the onl poli hanc ordereda thon to boe dallharged, Ii?I n1TItte n aII.IrnOIlal TWn n ynhng r leit naed respectively Tlomn. thy Noonallnnnll nd Jlal Moore +uru prune. ental by Conatablela DoBla for Inanlllat Ilomn. oar itn a pullic placr. It nlpenarul from the aovrlodu th1at on anlday fenoon wllhill pul?ons wron oil thlir wayn to chrhll til two llso1 na1llr an lla snl otherlal'rrikn were Iha*. log afree tight pon a voncnt plon of landl all' Yonog.streot. Connlbll oCll alnr aonn NoOlan it very land clnrctora "ln lea n very low blanoganrd hInselfa , d he kce s' compay with tlhe l aowostl I rllda " Pa1 i tah constahle, awhr hthoe de "arthough h inl tloalall rein ...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, DEC. 23rd, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

SATUIl)tAY, DEC. '2rdt, IS82. Tint people of this colony have earned for tlels!eloves ll nam for their IIr. strained lilberality in cases of need and disttors. Never was molley more freely and plentifully given ill the cnase of charity thaini iln Victoria, and in tth latfest aul instance where aln Oplpr tolnity for displaying this nationnl trait has occurred, another striking example is beisng afolrded. No one call hear unmoved the talu of nisery which the frightfsil catastropho at CIreswick has caused, without feeling the impulses of pity and sympathy. W\Vhe we a hl to the terriblo nature of tie calnaity, tlhe quiet heroism displayed by the u for tunates imlprisoneot in the minell, and thle rsignattio ntnd despair of the fricids andt relatives on the surface as they patiently awaited tile reallts, we cannot but feel that w e arecalledl pon to render twhateverassistance we call. Tieo sad details are only too well known, so it in unnttt essma' for tus to remind our readers of themn, ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE THE ESSAY ON BOOKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE THE ESSAY ON BOO") TO THIE EITOIR OFY TIE FIT Y rrrY EM. Sir,-Your paper to myself and great imany of smy acquaintances has e an objest of griat interest aosd Entruct' danc -you connenoel thn publication oft Essay on Books. When Mr. Miller g usly offereml some time ago through your mos to publsish his essay in book foratmif cient sub?cribers came forward to defray bare cost'of p?blieation, I expected to from tOle spiritedl citizens of Fitzroy reds olaer tlhtir help and sympathy to c the author to promluce a book that could t fail to Ie interesting oml elevating in thands of all classes of the community. would now souggesat that a rebister b?e d at the "City Press" office, and otl ubli places, to bdve tth inhabitants of toy an opportodty of ahowing their app tisn of lol talenot. Should thlis or any plan 1H adopted, oblige by inserting an in for 20 copies. I aln, jours &c., lutyaswiok.street, Dec. 12. ID thankilig Mir. Clark for his offer, we may tmenti...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

THE STAGE. " i The last perfonnnm e bof. the 'Igh io London" was given at tie alov .thleatl oin Thureday evening. 'A benefit wa tendsed to MI:. G. Itiguol on Friday evening, i??a the Irish drama "Clancarty" wan su5cs. fully given, anmid in which he, made his yt appearance. In jim.tice to Mr. Rignold,i4e must say that his lerforuanices as a lriol are very good, and numbers will regrethis easou ibeing at an end. For this cveni a slecial plrogranue comprising dramnna, re~i tions, comelditta, bonog, and the Batchtl~ Minstrels in their Apollo qnuartette,andeis fanlous Girard act, will he gone tliroughhy a numblller of or vell-kuown artistes. lie ipl~nels are to go to tile Crosviek rtef fuud. On T'oesday, Boxig nidght, tlle txai Clihriatoai pi?,tnlione ".Jack and the' BaZ ntalk" Will Im lrolduald. The t1ste on? prises a noniber of comledians andi burlhsae artists, and as no pains or expense has Ivi opavld i its llounlting andi getting ol thorough treat is in staoe for tlnosc who r to go a...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

ESSAY ON BOOKS,..THEIRII-HISTORY ,. SAND INFLUENCE. U0 (BY R1 C. Mxiito, Ls?.itR?AY, FrzaROY P'ronte Linlnerii_'i' (Continued from our Inst.) S. L. Clemens (Mark Twnin), line in 1835 iAt Florida, Missouri, America. He has had. a strance and varied experience. When 13 years el our authlor was apprenticed to a,'" printer, and laleuered si such foreahout te.'en 'e years in four of the largest American citien ioting 18-?O, Clemens by way'of change tra-,wi veled down the Mississippi to New Orlean1.f and took so much interest in.steam eavign-.. tion that he afterwards hbemnic a'river'piot, and made man voynage.. The tistoryof his, assumed lnate is curious, whlile acting a a pilot he was freqrently.onlered to mark~' twain.- sipntfying that ithere '"oe rc 'tw. fathoms f watoer aideri the steamer. '"Froi this, circumstance origina'el the singular~ title by which ihe has oeer since beeni known (Getting tired at last of river life lhe becam cditor of a newspaper at hBufalo, New York,; where li...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 18TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Holden, Falconer, and Woodhead, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. -MaoliAy, DECEsMBER ISTi. (Before MIr. Alley, P.M., and MJteesrs. eHol den, Falconer, and Wolheadl, J's.P.) 111USil AND tiisltsERLtY. Juames Sheppanrd and Louisa Reynolds were charged with the aboveli offence. As they had each been lockel tip fcr several hours antil were not known to tlhe police, the bench ordlered them to be discharged. I.TSU LTING uEEHAVIOULT. Two young men toamed respectively Timo thy Noonan and James Moore were prose cuted by Constable Dobbs for insulting bela viotr in a public place. It appeartil from the evidence tchat on Sulnay forenoon wbile persons were on their way to church the two prisoners and soime other larrikins were hav ing a free light upon a vaant piece of land oil Yonng-street. Constable Callendar gave Noonan a very lInd character. "'le is a very low blackguanil limself, and he keeps company with the lowestblack-uards"said the constable, and headditl, "''altiougll helas not lieen convicted of larceny I know he ...

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PARSON POPPS PAPER PELLETS. SMOKERS AND McKING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

I'ARSON P'Ol':S l'APER PELLETS. I r The snioker lua antl slits away no imatter what yoll dls ay co whlere you will at tigh~t or day" AIld ters he stcks hit hdhritl clay. Ilt ! 'tia elaonglI to tia one sick T'it Se hii ll sick his lollyo liek, l'tote It? rfllntes liisclothiigthlmugh iis mouth becomes a thlmltcy luse. Ilow cani tihe wnellell la kiss Fromn such a perftlntedt alaoth as hIls ! lo call a wsnia los e tteantllt tg A liing a?lle toltalaeo plug ? It is astonishing how all btl universal the habit of anoking tultelc has letnne namonsg the l ale portlon of tile conllunity. "Il1 weedsl gft" apace," so sitlh tile olh lirovmerb, anll tr?i eolllTgh this ill nweed llnat gown aplace titlhut dlaullt. It Wollhl Ite a gnood tlhing if salne ase start l a ll ati-suokig I snciety loth fur Jnysntllllt Ilome r, tl peei ally fir thi: hys, who ever. to the teller age of tine or tell years ll,'y freqlllelly Lbe Belen with a IIiip or cigar in their mlotlthls. 'lrley copy thip vis iiahlits of ittl...

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THURSDAY, DEC. 21ST. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Showers and McLean, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

TIUsrslDAY, DEc. 21,r. (liefore the Mlayer and T1eser. Showers and 3leLcan, .l'a.t'.) Mary Upton was charged with the above offence. As she was not known to the po!ice she was discharged on her paying ds. lid. cal, expcnsýt. IIAITCUAL IDiUKENN XFl4. Johnl Dunstan waw clhargd with habitual drunkenness. The police proved that he had been helplessly dr.unk on Wednesday, aul had been convicted five time for a ilar oflfence during the last six mtonths. The andch senttencod the prisoner to three monthsl in gaol. Two rag and' Ibottle gatherers nalt?el recpectively Tlhomats Ityan ald eorge Smith were brought up as vagronts. Ryan, who had been previously convicted upon three occLtasions, tiwas ententced to one Itmoth ill gaol. Smith was acntencl l to fourteen days. Atllrt Johnston was prosecuted for insul ting lelhaviaur in a public place. He was dischlargetl ritl a caution not to appear Iaforc tlhe bench again. TIHE -DUCATION cvi. Tho,?as Roberts, for neglecting to send his chtild to school...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, DEC. 19TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Field, Levens, Peters, and Dyer, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

COLLIX?WOOD COURT. TteDt.Y, D)E. 19tHli (Before Mr. Alley, 1'.M., and Messrs. Field, Levens, Peters, and Dyer, J's.P.) DRUNK AND IIM)EII)RIIIRY. Henry logers was ehargel with theabove offence. As he had been locked up several hours and was not known to the police the bench disclhargel him with a caution. II MUIIITIII". James .acksonl w~as brought up charged with the impoasig upon a imau naed Pullen. As the prosecutor declined to press the case the prisoner was dicchargel. WILFI:I ,I.1t.JI:E. Richanrl Reese alias "'The Clown" was presutectt for wilfully damaging a picture, a clock, and a ease, tile property of Thoiaas Robinson, licensee of the (alloway Aries Hotel, Johestounstreet. After hearing the evidence the bench inflicted a penalty of 20s. with 40s. costs, or in default fourteen days imlriWlSlnmentt. O|t)ItULTINI: TIHE 1aLICE. .lames Butler was charged with obstructing Constable Carter in the exeeution of his duty. When the prisoner in the last case was given in charge Butler i...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20TH. (Before Messrs. Oldfield, Lewis, and Whitelaw, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

CAILTON COURT. WPEIJESDAY, DEC. 20DT. (PEtore Messrs. Olaneld. Lewis, and Thite. law, J's.1'.. - 5LcCŽK ADS DISORDERLY. Saralh Harding was brought op hared wYith tiso chsbev ofl ee ThD e ideosec eing conclusive she was fined 5s. with the option of 24 hours incarceration. . BIF.ANING WINDOWS. Thomas Willials .was prosecuted by a womtan named Mary Ann IByne for breaking a numler of windows. Tie evidence pro duced was insntliciedlt to sustain the accusa tion, and therefore the prisuner was dis. charged. VAGRAN5CY. A woman named Ellen Davis was charged with having no lawful visible means of aup port. Remnanded for reven days. Constable Thomspson prosecuted a cabman named Thomas Allison for furious driving. After a lengthened hearing their worships dismissed the complaint. CRIICKET IN TIIH .1TRT. A lad named Thomas Cole was fined 5s. with 5s. costs for playing cricket in the pub lie street. Mary Dolson v. Ellen Hill, assault. MIr. Leonard for the defence. The complainant's evidence was v...

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"THE LAY [?] THE VEST." TO THE EDITOR OF T[?] FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

TO TIIHE EDITOII (0 T T I/U1 CIT" 100I:. wSk,-A ribe man e~1d "Give 01e the moakiog of a poopios 00 ((ll (Sd I 0ar1'not who make, their la?"' I would like toFeo oloheld oa the Lmu6 . " "Ti?oaog of thle lshirt" ; it mighta L dled "The lay of the vest." A yoool Ojtire of Fitzroy has already snug of tlae. 0s o0 of our soldiers in ,Egyptnod th do:, of "Our O oy" in. Eogland. I wish owouhld iog of the wrongs and 'hrdhif u" Our r in con nection with the o factor of n', youths', and boys' cl ng. Five-pence fo lakil o i boy's ypastt 'c for . yogtl., ? a0d soelOCpOeef for t s, A log, lon g (lay in a fiatory. theno s g "op till 1hdnigllt helped by a mother sister, or vcrhap br y two sisters. mal all i he Ina?iheeint s01n of tell or lves'on alj s per week. , Now here are the 'roots' i ellwl that migbt lie ,madeo to rial "'j 011g of. the shirt. Whe're is 3lr.: Mrad, Whei is Mr. Fred. Pshly! In hasteo c. r rs ALPHIA. L.runs o k-stro t. °_0.

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

.SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. .XHllEs PLAYED LA,-r s.TirTCn.1Y. I?oe v. Clifton Union, for Clarke's Cup. At the close of the day's play on the Ulth the sore was Union "2,, Lonle :1 for 4(. Tile Iorle contilsoe their iimingo acnd tttttl lip tho respectahle score of I:tO. llamslen 29, Sayce' 2, Grieve 2.3, hrnmes 12, hattle in inle style. The Union then went in for their o.ondl innins, anti at all of tie hand lost -2 rickets for :1 rue. Lord oand Eain g oh tainig one each. The match was not poayct on the ground of the Lorne on account of some malicions person having dug the pitch up to suchll anl xtt that .t was quite unfit to play on. It is evident that there is some persons jealous of the Lorle, as it is the second time it has tele done this season. MATcIe; FiOi. Tills DAY. N or ieh Usion (-led) r-. North Star, en the ,ru.ul of the leater. Sorwieh tlen will Im pikchl from the followiam :-Bailey, Whil liams, Hill. Graham (21, 11i b (2). Carter, Dikenst, lfayde ..l, Johnson, Graysos. Lan....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

SPECIAL COLUMN. NORTIl "FIrZRY AULrION IART PROPERRTY IIXCIIANOE, R1AE STREET roprtice Fo oSar To Let, A . N T' For the London lnd Lancashiro Fire Insurance Company. Capital . £1,ED,000. (Ietla?.lshe 1802.). 1.0W lIST CURR IENT RATES. SI.ere promptly and 1llreally settled. ' Tcaoloers from. other, Olioes fret of expeneo. MONEY TO LEND On Frehold Security. flrm .5 per coat. F, 11, H BRITTER& 60., No: 0 Ii IT1T'S IUILI)INGS, RAE STREET S NORTH' FITZROY, B 111, its a,, l'UINISlIN IRONkMONGERY In every urioty, at suo l PRICES THAT )IAFY COMP1EITITON. ]aidhlore atwl others fa ul.Oaif' them with a eall a ll il It to thcli ,rntagoill to ao 'tholar usiness at tini, atabliiahcn.l: For the cdolhntel SINDER'S SEWING MiACHINES Ti hl. superiority of thesn IMaldanes Is roredl by tha fact utht i31,030,-or over 10,00 per week, sere sold last year. S 1,IEBEAL TR'I'l llS W. H: EAGE R, PAIIARMACEUTICAL CGllIIST. RAE STIREET, Cor'er V1atkineet., NORTH FITZROY. Patent au, laore and Cattll Mlidcn...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XXVI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

OUR 8TORYo T'ilth•l MONA's CUItE. 1 . - . o . . . . ' ' "An' lt over In i ty I. ( ,,Ilinuieoloi. , ros r o te a , ouolo tio nlyt. 'Surely sie iouil '. lwlll.p .tlhw tjirlttoa to hto iysOlf, wllotsllentel .Ptleo to alaver It" Namto w iii toot. titio toiol li;t oiogthoth. ,l?ea .a ulllst, kno, oanuleht, nand nt or I tooslt tll)lmi todi i.at th loo ty roatk li?nY iyt, IIt wta01U but ro tour to '..hin l Itoonioktooieemt mtlthot yo woihli " trmet the otpoor ltl tWhlo o.I In aillof " htoih ol.e nono;lo if Ihilh.l1o; reiu i "llota l nosle nt iis otloI tol liire suy, wiigoil ? te~l 11ytll tln 0 mlkwe h th .ullw3+lhrl+?'.lbi~ up.L~l.H ,' 5, .. + iernllol Lttyl. torunol.me ly mIllcr foi, lli ottt nidmtl te;.; I1 ?ipit ttllt l, Lllituil hieellO It ottowel nr, Itotti a not'ie It WnlyItbl ll tileltt illllor if[ thIllthot they. tou thoe I fttiers,,. . J hats Itisoh. lolilo, aet.tli i tI oeye oan r lit. bil tol petk , ?a tt woi. stol Intilrt to fle •l~In 18i 4 ?, w ,? ,? i.,? .... : , . +, . toe s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

OPE{I1G^SI iEf1N 1 r18 1,'3S SMITH ST: OP " tMPSa m S T' REDUCED PRICESi!! WHOLESALE' CLOTHING COY., PREMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA, GEELONG' TWEED TROUSERS FORMER PRICE, lu (Ol. REDUCED TO, 'lOs':6. , SUITS TO1 ORDER, 42s, 6d. SOPENIG D~gEW lRANOC, 238 SMITH STiEET, COLLINUWOOD. S Opposite Cuffee Palace, and adjoinling the Montloe Pl'te Loau aiul Disno.nt Coupany. STOTHB PUBEIOa.-Owig to [ti generouls support received f romu the publi, atll the gilt anid ilritlalled uaiessit we have lut, with, Ias induced tlhi so Coumpaly to Mlill furtlser icrreuse their lnlrrlrism by opeliing a NEW IIRANCII 5; AT "38 ,3MiTh sTIt'lr, COLLIN(IWOO1), oppositu tlu Collue Panlir. In so doing wa feel confident ws are aniticipntilng the wants of our nsmny Collingwood and FitzAry:vustinmer, from wlb' ivo lholsu.to ,rececive the suner liberal suppoyt in thl futuru tiha tlh public hinve kiindly lsrtosweil upon us it ti . I ,| i ( ) n i , e We nar selling SINILE GARlMENTS nl' WHOILESALI PRICES, iuld owisg to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

D WAiRD CORiNELL'S GIFT DISTRIBUTION CHRISTMAS BOXES NEW YIEAR'S '·G.]I.TS To all 0ASH PURCHASERS, \t t ler r IltEtalllhno s t i ein g tlhe LAST t'irtllE ' EVIIEK.S of 1882, \l.: Frol monay, Dee. II thll, to Saturday Dec, :. 1 3 , ' Dolls, Toys, Iloxs, lhtshets, Scrao\knolrs, porlrait A\llller , llleed itlllot ito., Ireoorie, I11al lint Stlolds, Paper Jlnclio lnld, Wl'ork IbOc., ]lngo, PIure ., IFlilanc Vna ses 'lI'lul Sle?da s, Uinohrelln Sto ld, ln lnts, Drailnll, Plogs, llonxe' Tloll, Xonmo Coris, eo, ROCHES0011IE HOUSE Now OCash Drapery Warohouse, Corner of Smlith and lerot I' treet., CO l. II N I\(1( OO), t l dibll. i r OS, mI,, ,,l ce.erry n o it.. r . ....... 20H5 ll01tlJ{ s'I' III'llT EAST. F URNITr URE. If you walt any, nal wilt to have it COOEAP AND GOED, . lO TO DITZIlO' .URN? TURE EXCHANGE, 133 BRkUNSWICI( ,ST (IE TAllt ISIlI)"D 181:1., Gootd amrl Olc hepis thit plain try, I a?k yoit ll'(to 'Col e anod tl iy'; With ime yoru nleertd not frear tile 'rigger,' Thl? Gt?eds ai...

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SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT. THE WONDERFUL WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

SPECI A RDVERTISEMENT. \IERTH1EI1 S. IJNG . JIACIEi-S. 13 IIPOJITANT CONSII)EERATIONS. It is imlposilble, ttrlr inip ossailli tlt a lasty sal sitcll So filnely, slld el) iiitely, nd acu5isit eily h allnd as insh cn Iny tiOn WTIler ful \\estl:ein Machiines. A\ lulaent's exasnination of tile nwork whichi anyone may perfsIrm with tlhem will convinc her oftlnhat. \Ve will girse Iher So. nI) cottosn nillssin -XIinshine ::2 titchlca to tile issil, at tile ate 1of.300 l Iiusut I . aslhI stitcIn will ie faultless ly n':ecante, nand in thie precise plBse where it n l-cn ihndnlnd to ,o- Vtbn nelioate Innterhia, wh1ie h" answosll thelh-r soyi-r blr Untl- tay intodutiton, of+ th e1 Werth-r thne sc tinK merisay mcins s f litisinsnI tisy con Ietil, sthn-oitis e til sliyglst nnarlnin or tin tsislnencs. ainhensny csen t hienni ie ns akls-n htlc with e ow hair n lemriri itio!s o i elhnn sIhsc imaliane i rnnlesn nhats ass nno usnssnsi iouannnisn-ninitsfywit In tilae otiler sestreels, stle Ilnav Ils t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

SPECIAL COLU0Te. F. 1J. 'BRITTEN. AccrIE ri & C ElrT .te AET. JORTout FIlTNIOY AUCTION MART PI' I OP E It T 7.ECCILANUE, RAE STREET rProprrties For Sile or Toi Lot. A 'E . T. For, the London and Lanicashire Fire Insurance Company... Cai.it ,.ol £1,851 000. (Established 181IS .) LOWEST CURRIENT LRATES. Lorses promptly aizd liberally settled. Transfers from other Oflices free of cxpense. MONEY TO 'LEND On Freehold Security. from l per cent. F. II.H. BRITTEN & CO., No. 0 It'IRITEN'S BIUIL1INGOS, RAE STREET N'ORTHI FITZl- 'IOY, 1]UII.D'.1)IS" and FURNI.,IsIINI: IRON MONGER Y In everry mal'ety, at such 1'RICIES THAT IIEFY COMPI'ETITION. ltuiler.s and others favouring them with a o ll will tiol it to their ailrnltage to Io their b,ouiuas at this establihMtuent. A CV ' N 'T' For the celel,oated SINE?SL?'I SEWIN(: ACIIINES The superiority of theoe nMachines is lo"ed ,v the Ifet that 101,0x:0, or over 101,00 0per week, were ohl .lnst year. LIEII.RAL 'TER.1S. W. 'H. EAGER, PII...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XXVI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

OUR STORY1 'TEL'LEiR 5IONAS CURSE. CHAITER tXXI. (Contiioedl). "'A~t sle:Cer' had inv !" Richel an swic-dl,''contemiptOtotiily "'Surely she cal rouse Iherelf "itliicctl- to tell ie where her iirstres'lihthi gone." SI"ie ill pot thle question to her myself, wheii.:se O scel?t able to answer it," esota "'ay'i;" ib ost knoo to ilght anld at olse.,'for I "nno t lie look' at tile fanill y l,rrnl 'of' a iojll it tant btnn hoor to "Is it of suth mo6ment, that youw old torniolot thle poor girl while she is ailler in chel took no notice of this inlquir. iut roas "i"t towanla the pallet, when tliedeiir, which : esonta lad forgotten to bar, was audtdely tllroiwn oie " ' aenluel Ll0d, anroel' Iby her frcqrent stumlle oi the pireiedini visit, hlun lighted lierelf to the ltower with a lantern, andi it was iy tile'doll' glinmeir of this tlhat they en' tihe introlh;. It iWia'. lohli, an his qilick eve had fil lea l'ip NSwta, ?hio atioel nearet to the liglht Fur'. dihoiiit,lniet trolt tot, iieh nnor...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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