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FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

FANCY DRESS BALL. Tile breaking up for the holidays of the pupils attending the ]lisee Htlyess' musaic classes, King \I illian-street, was celebrated at the llanlheeter Unity Hall, Swaolston street, oil 0Wedneday evening by afanlcy dress ball. Shortly before oix b'clock tile little guest colmnenced to arrive and at nine o'clock, when the gifts were distributed frolm thle Xnlaa trte, l hell presented a cvery auimatd anll pretty aspect, as the different characters in couples marched round. There nmlt have been at that time over two hundred persons present exclusive of those in the bal:ony, which was literally erammed by the parents antd gunalians of tile dlnncers. (:0anes of every dlescription, singing by 3Miss Totty Dawson and horlpipu dlanllcn Ily the oamle.yongllllady, in tlhe clharacter of l)ol Cesar de Bazan, and ,Mliss Rlachell Hollander, ill that of a Ruosian court lady, helped to enliven thle proglalnuoe. The glreatcat praie? is 11n1 to Mrs. and thle 3lisses lolaee for the spl...

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

STIHE CIRESWICK RELIEF FUND. A publie meeting convened by tlhe Mayor of Fitzroy was .held in the Town Hall on Telesday evening, the object Ioling to takd action for assisting in the relief of the fami- t lies of tile unfortunate minis who lost their t lives in the late accident at Creswick. The I meeting although not largely attended was most enthsitatic. Several ladies occupied seats in the body of the hall, and amoegst a the geltlemen on the platformnn we noticed the Rev. Prior IlBtler, Cr. IHolden. Cr. t M'~Mlahon, and Cr. Showers of Fitzroy, Cr. Anderson of Melbourne, Cr. Turner of Col. lingwwo.l, Mr. Marsden J.P.1'., .Mr. A. Lee, Mr. Jeremiah oar. .eremiah llolael. Mr. We. Lang. Mr. Jaickson, atel'Mr. Fuller. The Mayor har. ii,' taken the .lhir ani briely stlted the oeleet for wlichh lie had convee l tile :lect. P ing. ealled upon the Rer. Prior IButler to more tile lilst reolotion. Prior irtler cn risineg wras received with t gleat applu:ie. lie aidl that the revolution t whil...

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EAST MELBOURNE HEBREW SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

EAST MELBOURlNE IIIEUiREIW SCIIOOL. The annual diatrilition of prizes to the scholars attending the above school took place at the Synagogue on Sunday afternoon lact. There was a very geod attnLbince. Mr. 3. ermean, the Ipresil'ent, iln thile chair, supported by the treasurcr, Mr. l.eel, andl Mr. E. L. ox, 31.L.A. The proceedlings conumenced byv thle children l iging a hymn a "" Let all tmen ptaise," which was very nicely ( rendered, as wcre the whole of the choruses a and hymns that were given. Mr. Loais Pulver, the head teacher, then read out the report, which showed that tile school had prospered ilUrillg the year. there being a eonaileliable naumber of echll;?a ill cexcc?as of last year's attendance, 274 being tile number on the roll. We lac liee e?tate tlhat the coseat for inetructiot in llebrew are held alter tie ordinary State Sclool e o hur. The report of the hon. exaulinrla, tile Rev. A. T. Ihas, I. MyerS, ana 31. Moses, B.A., is highly congrmtulatoey of the profliciency of...

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

It OP EI M^WBR!ANGH, 238; ITH ST.T REDUCED PRI(' S !!! WHOLESALE COTHnH COY., PREMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRAUIA GEELWONG TWEED T USERS FORMER PRICE, 1t2. rl. REDUCED TO 10s. S SUITS TO ORDER, 42s. 6d. OPENING NEW IBRANCHI, 238 SMITH STREE OLLINGWOOD. Opposite Coffee Palace, and adjoining thie 3Itte do icte L id- Discount Company. TO THE PUBLC.-1Owing to the generous sup received front the public, and'the griat and unrivalled sticcess we have'ie?t? tl, has induced the Compny to stilr further increase their enterprise ly opeu~a NEW BRANCH AT 238 SMITH STREET, COLLING WOOD, oppo the Coffee Palace. In so doing we feel cnltident we are alticipating tl ants of our nmany Collingwood and Fitzroy custtmers, froln whom we lhoieo receive the same lileral support in the future that the public have kindllyetowed upon us in We are selling SINGLE CARMENTS at WHOLALE PRICES, and owing to the lilh?rtl patronage liestowed upon ns liy a Dicrning Puhlic we are t doing by far the Largest Onler Trade in the S...

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

EDWMARD CORNELL'S G ,. REAT. GIFT DISTRIBUTION , OF .. . CHR ISTMAS BOXES : AND .. NEW T'YE_\AR'S GIFTS To all CASH PURCHASERS, At eitliher of his Elstablish.ments dori ugthe LAST TIREIE-.WEEKS of ISS2. Vir. : Froulmonday; )o.': I Ith, to Saturday S? .. Dec..:0th. Dolls, Toys. soxn, Baskeots, Snp tlooks, Yortrait lhlalls. Framnl Pictures, I. ci:cct*, Hall Hat Stanls, :aper ilaehoe (llodl. Work Boxes, Ial, P'rs.?s, Flower Vases, Toilet Stands, UmblrelLa Staalds. hat*. Drma. Flags. Joxes Tools, .masa Cards, &c. "ROJCHESTER-iOUfSE New Cash Drapery Warehouse, ornier of Slith and P'ecl Streets, CO :. tING \\V 0( 1), MAUI:LINE IIOUSL. .i-lot, Qtlet llrlocrre awl )iotelior t..M., CA l:trox). -i AND 17 205 IhIUlKKE Sii El'i' EAST. FURINITURE. If you want any. andl Owih to have it CHEAP AND 0OOD, CO TO GOOLIFF ES FITZI:O" FURNITURE EXCHANGE, 133 BRUNSWICK ST. (ESTAIILISIIED 183.., Good and Cheap is the planu 1 try, I :1.lk you all to (one aul 1isy ; With Ine you need not fear the 'ri...

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

SATURDAY, DEC. "'lrd, 1SS2. Tmu people of this colony have earnedl t for themselves a name for their unre- t strained liberality in cases of need and It distress. Never was money more freely n and plentifully gisen in tile cause of charity than in Victoria, and in the latest sad instance where an oppor tunity for displaying this national traitc has occurred, another striking example is being aflbrded. No one canl hear unmoved the tale of misery which the frightful catastrophe at Creswick has a caused, without feeling the impulses of pity and sympathy. When we aid to tile terrible nature of the calamity, the quiet heroism displayed by the unfor tunates imprisoned iin the mine, and the resignation and despair of the friends and relatives on thie surface as they patiently awaited the results, we cannot but feel that we are called upon to render whatever assistance we can. The sad details are only too well known, 1 so it is (unnecessary for us to remind our readers of them, and our only...

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FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 23 December 1882

FANCY DRESS BALL. The breaking up for the holidays of'the pupils attendling the Misses Hyams' music classes, King William street, was celebrated at the Manchester Unity Hall, Swanston street, on Wednesday evening by a foncy   dress ball. Shortly before six o'clock." the little guest commenced to anrriveoani st t nhi o'clock, when the gifts were ilistributed. frolm tleo Xtaos tree, the hall prosented n, vory auniwated amt pretty aspect, as the dilferent characters in couplol marcbcd ronild.; Tliero nmlst Ilaven been at tbhat time over two Infnflred personas presentsxclsive of tloseo in tle balcony, whlich woa liteurllyo'rasmmil by tboe prents anl giarlai of tho ilancers. (lones oflvery dlescriptio6i, filgbing IyNis Tutty Dawsouol lin hornpipu dlancing .y thil aeno yoet laIdy,'ln'i tiu clUe mctor e ll 'DDn Ceioar ilo zan, an lifs«lteclIfteollotantler, in that of a Risani court laily, holtied to onlivell tio prognlllo. ThIo reatst praise is ?iu to Mrs. anid tli Mi ssc Ilya...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, DEC. 30th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

ATUIIDAY E. D 1O. li rLORIOUS weather has 1attend present festive season, a0 rel h outdoor annltoiments a pleasurein delighlt. ulbourno for tle pat ins inltced worn her holioda *n right helirtily did overyolle t l devotu tlhemsolves to tleo (it O't hour. Tn tlhe streetsl, in t rie tb . thle fields, on the rivers. At the If, in the theatres, nadl on tile sea to boi sonul merry crowds of most a tented pleasnre seekers enioyin.I th solves iln na ultitoud of dlielrentt na RUited their vnric inelillationo 1Y is not necessary to particularise ,1 different spots or lows whichl nmost paltrolised-they are nil too ' known to need tlhat. One retut however, we cannot witlhholl ald ]tI is tlhat Melbourne annd sIalIurls , to ib in a very prosperous colnditi, , piresent if wo can judge 1y thle ay , nnco of thi citizen Almost evr was well cld, niny richly n and all seemingly free from carr want. It was certainly a lighlit ic turo. to contemplate, and thoughlg doubt it has its darker aidt still e ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

OLD BASK P.Awx. OPrier, 102 ad.1'04 Brnoswick-streot, Fitzroy. A. Polack Lego to inform his customert and the public ?oe- i rtoll thatt he ha. conoidrndly reloduced.the prices of all clnsses of goods, so that ae can eonlildenatly clahim to be the cheape t plnace iii Fitzroy. A large stock of Imn's, youths" and Ioys' clothing, now aul socondhaidi , wvonlrfily lCap. Groat vaiety of watches andl joseery of alt l a descriptions. E-tetasi slctioll of sctlery,d platcl Iare, clocks, ant general merchandise. Trunks, portmsal teaus, boxes, tools, etc., in great variety. W\ee!ly lpyment taken. .Money advanced on ecr:'y dt-crijtion of articles. Intercst roduced twenty per cent.--ADnv .]

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

T EE STAGE. TIIHATRK Itor .1 The lnXas pantomine of ",Jack and the lleii Stalk" was prolluci l at the Theatre ]oyal on Tueslay crening to as aIrge an adlience as the building lls esver leld. The scenery, which is of a very cllalnning ilesFrip tion, is by Mr. John nllnings, and the stage arlllgemllents are emler the aIde llper vicimi of Sir r . N. iones. Tins tram ief. mantion is of ni exceedingly gourgeous de?erip tion. A fall aoouiut will ha gircu is our next issuet. 'The pantomime will lie re pented again this evening aud until further notice. llI.InlT TIIEATIIe Thei .onltae-Tlurnr Eingliash Ope? Cont pal hae Ihreeln appearing at the above theatre iduring tile week ill thle different opcras of " II Trovatore," "Tihe IlBhemia:n Girl," ned "Lucia de saiunrenneer," with their usual succers. The audience gave the dilferent prlouctions the patronage they merit ndc the perfaoners the appoclau they so well dleerve'. The dlilerent solos andl duets were channiilgly rendered. For this eveni...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29TH. (Before Messrs, Turner and Peters, J's.P.) WIFE DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

COLLINGWOOD COTURT. FI:sDAY, DECI:EEo '-JOTr1. (Before Messrs. Tunler and Peters, J's.P.) WIrF. DESEITION. A young mian named Robert Norris, who Ifecme a benedict about twelve months ?ao, wras brought up on warrant charged with desertiug his wife ad child. Whren the case was called on Mr3s. Norris said she did not wish to prosecute as the prisoner had just promised her that he would turn over a new leaf. Sergeant Fenton: "It is the uisual thing a free lpsage to Mlelbourne at the Govern meiit expese,"' and the serge?t weart on to inform the bench tmhat after the police hail hladl a great deal of trouble,'they succeeded in arresting. the prisoner in the wilds of Gippslold. Tile clairmnnan said that as the ife de clined to prosecute the blench hail no alter native but to discharge the prisoner. WILFUL DAMAGiE. A middl aged womoan namsed Agnes Ryan was chagedl with wilfully ldamaging pro. property. It has proved that on Thurlmay afternoon the prisoner went into the bar of an hotel in Si...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. POST DELAYS TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

O1JThAI.> 4 { 'ONDm.-CE. l'OSi p , I:' ELAYS. TO TrIE l'111T11 0.1 [TrIlor Clrr Poo.Io. SIR,- .Will yoI allowulne to c011 tile tte a llteion oft liil aut1IoIitielos wo are il fault, to a " tlhat soldIIt at onee be, reml0lie. A 1 was poutoedat St. Kiildabefore i o'tI t Monday morning, nod wnas deliherc, 1100e at 'luesday nloon,. In the al I had -11 "I at thee ho011e11 i St. lt KiloJ Mol lMoayafterIoon, a1nt111 w iforus11 t11 letter had1 been poSted toIlo tha iT. OIlt lI~lly l rll 1111 in1 ICh 01en letter hd nlot yet been1 dleliereld, if r waitinoguntil after theo first .eli1 ry following snorting, .I ginwent to. agot thle wh10ole of the partICllors tllV 111 the letter, and after1 d1kplaiplltd1111h 111i11001ttltlhil net forth, returned h!, a1llple tllle to rev ellOe th1e letter` ll,,l' nidhly delivery. Colmlmlenlt woulin0lll , as the1 fact speaks for iteelfI 1p01111 arragIIllellmnth are llythliln lnt or otlherwise 01u01h extraordinar.y no n ine lOdelays i 1 t1e 1eliver1 of bletr no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

OPENINGEW-EJBRANOII; 238 SMITIh ST. E:DUC E:D I E S[1H WtOLES ITE 7CLOTIING COY:; S REIMIER 1 TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. GiE0, .G TWEED TROUSERS FORMER PrICE, tI::. "E:. REDUCED TO 10s. 6D. SUITS TO ORDER, 42s. ad. OPE.O N W Ni] BRANgqIw 238 S'IITHI STREET, COLLIqNCWOOD. Oppnea? Cooa nolda ? l? ntdjoninug the Monto do I'ete Lonu and Discount Company. TO THE PUBLIC.-Owing to tlio. generous support received fromn tIh .'ldulie, Anl tlie rest and unrivalled success we have nnot with, Ihas iduced th? 6mpnfoa to slllhfurthLr indreaso their enterpriso by opening a NEW IllRANOl Ar1af3S'-li1- r'I.STREE,,?COLtINO0WOOD) opposite the Cofloe Palace. Insooing,,vo feplconidntie are antire ipating th wants of our many Collingwoool and Fitiroy enstomers, frome whom wo hope t h receive the snbo liberal supportin;thlo'futuro that the publin have kindly bestowed upon us in athopnst a'rrsll gJ E 4ARd1NTS at WHOLESALE PRICES, and S' li bernl'pattotNoag bdstowed upon us by a Discorning Public we are loing by a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

RIIEAT GIFTI DISTRIBUTION GgRISTMIAS BOXES AND. NIT YEAR'S GIFTS To all CASB PURCHASERS, Seithr of Il,. 1( lLhnonte drin g the It ST l'rllUl, F I(fs of 1883, t, :F From Monodiy, Dec. Ilth, to Saturlay I811 Toys, Itooe, Ilonskoo, Scrap lonkos, Porttt Altbno, ritnerl I'icotros, I tohote, h aill l rt Standls, loper M acho (oots, Work h ots 1 as to urs e s, F~lo wer V n so , 'T o tilet c ren, U'lhrclla Stanlds, lato, Ilrume, FloV,, Boxes Tools, Xmons Cards, 0o. 1ROCIIESTI'I.I HOUSE Now Cash Drapery Warehouso, ainner of Smith and Peel Streots, C 1,1 INfl (W 00I), 1.11)EINIJ IIOUSI:, coronr Qnccnsherry aol Anlrlitor Sta., CAI l, tION. )5 IIOUE K S 'IE I, ' EAST. FURN IT ULRE. If you want any, nal wihh to have it HlEAP AND GOOD, 00 TO GOODLIFFE'S FITZROY FURNI TURE EXCHANGE, 133 BRUNS WICIJ ST, (iETAISLISHIED 185t3,, Good and Cheap is the plan:I try, I nk you all to Come ainl Buy; W'ith mo you need not fear tlhe 'rigger;' The Goods are all Mairked'in Plain Figures. If you want to BUY or wi...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XXVII. AN UNEXPECTED RENCONTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

OUR" STORY TELLER. tONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XXVII. ASi U?EXEcrTE l??Co?riR . Wijse Nestanreeived, it was some time be foreshce'ould fully comprehend where sihe was .or what hil lapenel. Bu twhen she bealized that her hand was Sstill clasped in some person's, and that she sat upon the ground supported by his knee, the terrores of Rolhin revived in all their force. Have mercy " site panted, struggling to free herself. " Alh, kill me not, I implore you 1" "Fear nothing !" replied a manly voice, that had a familiar sound. d"We evcer you are, yon have nothing to dread front on as unfortunate as yourself." "Who speaks Y' Nesta demlne ed, still trembling violently, and aframi to believe the aseuranee that she was safe. "A man who, like yourself, wanders in tlese cavernou re rsses. ny maeI. care not to tell, until 1 know to whoml I usitter it." "'If 'tere notittht it seetes too marvel lomus to ie real," Nese replied, "I should aver that the voice now nddressing in, is Sir Edmoeld Deimod "s "Yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

VsPECIA. CLDI-D - W. P HOUSE DEC BATOR, &c. anRrrrEN'S ? xGs, RAE STREET, *f0f1 FITZROY, Estimates Given fa Cnceral Repairs. Onlcrs promptcoended to. Painters' Materials AL Kinds Always on hd J. LE IO N, WholesalelatRetail COLONIAL P'I1WO[CE STORES, 15G, CoaNEt OFr Joit .S & GORE SwT., FITZ OY. Hfay, Corn, Flour, Brall (,O Barley, Wheat and Potatoes hlest rates. ALL OIIDERS rPtO?ITATTENDED TO. F. SOItOA ON, H,?Y & CORL pmEnl, and GENERAL PRIODUIC l MERCIIANT 300 BRUNSWICIFCs., FITZROY, COILNERl OF LEld?S1t SrltEET. IIay, Oats, Chalff, 3a Potatoes. Flour, Inms. IBndigo ~nlost, &e. COAL AN i .'0ooD. A trial will prove that s prices are the lowest ill thnrade. B. 1 A P. K SA TAILOR- ER - FITZROY CI'U HO USE GERTRUDE EET, HIas just received aaSpls Stock of Goods specially selectul fo?liorder trade. WOOLLENS FURl HE SEASON. Inspect: n atted. J A E T T, COACH III?LDER, 257 to 263 BRUII?ICK STREET NOTICE OFIIO?OVAL. H . S C\ T T, BOOT AND SIIIMlAKElI, las Re...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. .ITaClE5 IPL AYED LR- SA.TURI:AY. .Alexandlra v. -arraille. Thois eatcl was played at Yarrarille. Only four of tle for lner's team put ill an appearance owing to th- Interc~loaial match. l'heo re ult of the ane being 5 wickets for 52 and 10S respcet fily. The batting of Read, Topping, and A.-nitage for the fo?nler, and iaker for the late eas very good. JnI howling, 'Topping for the former and Ralph for the latter was vety good. Alexaldral (mixed team) v. Victoria Cre scent, on Christmas day, resllted in a vietory for the forner by5 45 rns, the scores bei" 71 and 216. The batting of Toppling ant Anlitage for the former, anla Cattaeh for the l:tter was very good. In aowling, Newmana and Topping for the formner, and Welsford and Counell for the latter, was also very 31"TcIIE FORi THIIS DAY The Alcxandra play a iatch to be ar ranged. Toam : Elliott, Powell, 'Topping, Newman, Rltade, l1untz, Edldey, Arnitage, Abbey, Haines, Symnnlu, Dent, Small, Wil. A yltx who t...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. THURSDAY, DEC. 28TH. (Before the Mayor (Cr. Moore), and Messrs. Showers, M'Lean, Stranger, and Woodhead, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. Trnt',sl.ar, DEC. 2Srnl. (Before the Mayor (Cr. Moore), and Messrs. ShowCer, I'Lean, Stranger, and Wood head, J'.P.) IIRUOK AtND IBSORDEIrLt. John Stephens was charged with the above ofliee. It applaresl tiot the prLsoner had lireen broghlt Icfore his wor.-lip the Mayor while in a state of deliritiim tremens and hind been renanded with a view to enable him to 'ssnllr a recovery'; he now appeared inl court apparetly all tright. lie was cau tioned and dlischageld. George llayv.ard was charged withn a soli lar ofene . Al he had bca ero leoedl tip for several Ihouo their worships ordered himi to be discharged on his paying half-a-crown cab expenses. The sante prisoner was charged with hav illg lliade tse of tlhreateilltg lalngage to waords his rife. Irs. lovrcarilnIo ap peared in court and informetl the bench that she did not wish to prosecute, as she hadl no fault to lilnd with her husband as long acs he kept eober. Jli had promised to bake the pledg...

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NOTICE OF REM[?] [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

Norsce or Res P. Sartori, Military Tailor, late of l l.wic-stroet, begs to anuonce tlhat lIe , D i omore coi. madiocspreoiocs e H9runswick-street, F. S. ta .4Oroog# to his numerous patrons fori past 1.rst y strictattenl tion to nsineCO cit a continuation of their pat -age: .1 " oo Olcoas "no tin."

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, HEIR HISTORY AND INFLENCE. (Continued fro our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 December 1882

IESSAY ON BOOKI, IIEIR IISTORY AND INFLELNCI . (li" it. C. hIJ.Li:c?i 1c.L5.xI, Firztoot (Conltinuedlr our last.) But Ibesides dire Gcte'trmnent opposition, ncwepapers suflere, filnr vtions taxes or ee?trictions imposetlila theum by theiautho. riti?s. Thles were tu stamp dutty, the paper duty, anid te~i dvcrtise?nct duty. In 1712 the Ei:glislG' ermanmet, in.order, as they tihought, tofprert the publiltstion of seditious newspalc , introduced the stamp duty. Thisst oUriginally lixed at il. per sheet aiol kdar every half sheet, bt it gtmdually i(ped in amountt until ISI, wholled d. wasflged for cay newsa papcs occupying tisht i bulk. Thie ll'cit of titis sta to causes great decline ill the cireulatiat of nuas Ts, its the prices had to be increased, an ipreveonted the publi antiulo of saly die. whisi soalt blle iLtel o?altlihlta L? r this oppr sl sie tlld crushing tax. Aft -h agitation through 10:;;, yielding a loty:" £22:1,000 Ier. yegal ott of wsitial t lttghti ttdos1tt Icd £-172:li-...

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