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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

CITY OF C'OLLINGWOOD, FITZROY, ' AND . DISTRICTS r S' ":: UNITE) PERMANENT BUILDING IINVESTMENT SOCIETY.. , Regi ste ed under the Building Societiis' Act, 1874, SHARS;S 25 ?EACH'. . ?;Entranco Feo ls. 'per Share. ....Subao io s ,per.Sharefortnightly Prdsidentht.Huaih Tqmpleton, Esq. sidVice-PresdiintEdward Talbot, Esq. : :,, ommittee S'"Louis'Philipp o Aumont; Esq. BYaiird; ,sq '(of Smith, Ferguson ; * "" ' .e Charlbi''MrA Ej (Mayor o i ft flr£rCoolhng*ood.)£ L : i~Thomas Peters;Esq , i : I - . I, I Thoma. Harvey Templdton, Esq. ?r .r'?Thbmas Wright, Esq.,: Treaurer--T.' H:. Scott Esq., (Gertk-ude 'r , stret,~~ itzroy.' Solicitor - M. H. Davies, Esq., (Eldon' Chambers, Chancery Lane.) Consulting Surveyor--Fredk.' Cooze, Esq. Offices: 196 GERTRUDE STREET;, FITZROY, •"" Two doors from Smith street. Office Hours from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. Saturday 10 till 12. r bsp'eotusos maybe had at theofeicr?.,i E.1 J I l.iRESTORl CK SecretaII ry.

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

OLLA PODRIDA. Elizabeth Lansfield charged with the murder of her husband by poisoning, and Thomas E. Bonney. with being sccessory, have been committed for trial at Brisbane. A lire Curley, who was cohabiting with a digger at Maytown, has been found mur dered in the bush at M'Leod's rush, on the Hodgkinson River, Queensland. Both arms were chopped off. It is stated that the woman had been drinking heavily. The population at the Hodgkinson River now amounts to 1200. Beef is sold there at 3s. Gd. per lb. A man named Hall, overseer at the Isla Station, Queensland while playingleap-frog, fell and broke his neck. He died instan taneously. It is reported that Mr. Yates, commercial traveller, who died in the Yarra Bend Asylum, has left the Adelaide Hospital £6000. The rupture which took place in St. Patrick's Society, Geelong, and threatened to be of a serious' nature, has healed up. The officers who handed in their resigna tions have agreed to withdraw them in accordance with the wish of t...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, JUNE 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

: POLICE. FIrZROY-MoNDAY, JVUNE 10T I' Beforie' Messrs. Mahony, Woodhead Marsden, Bennetts, and -icardo. Christina Barry was charged withd'ak, ranoy, she was found in Brunswick street, barricaded with larrikins. She was relegated to prison for fouri weeks.. " Lawrence. MoMahon, found, intoxicated and incapable, was discharged. ..... 1 I Annie Brown and Margaret Jones, two 'wretched, friend-forsaken-looking girls, one 'withoutdbo6ts,, standing in ;her! stooking ;soles,o,: ,They were remanded' till Thurs4ay to allow, their parents to. appear. : Edward Hodgkinson iwas charged with being intoxicated and refractory. . A publi. can was called who stated that prisoner had' :been into, his -place and got tipsy and assaulted him. The bench expresssed their disgust atBa publican. bringing a man ihto court who had got drunk in his house. The prisoner, ias' discharged.. .. A. man named StephoenlHamilton Was 'fie d 10a for being drunk while in charge of a conveyance. . 'A lad- named 'Richard O',...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INCIDENTS OF AFRICAN TRAVEL. (NEW QUARTERLY MAGAZINE) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

INCIDENTS :OF AFRICANh TRAVEL. (NEW QUARTERLY MAGOAZINE) TiIE wonderful stillness characteristic of early dawn in the tropics rested over everything. Not a sound roeachod.hy oar, save the, distant and indistinlct mur mur of -running water, as Iestoo'd watching the 'western- sky, uncertihn' whether a new day' had jideed "brokn, oi' whoteth' the white ghostly light shed ,by the moon had deceived uie. Twenty yards.away could be seen that 'the sharply-defined "outline' of one of 'thoie great tentod'waggoiis peculiar to Southern. Africa, .,surrounded'. by its sleeping. oxpn and:native attendants, the dusky forms of several of whom could just 13o' distinguished by the glomwing exiubers "of. the.' smouldering camp-fire.. Excepting my own waggon, from which I had just risen, and, its .surroundings, there tas~i'thldg'to bird'ak the complete solitude of the scene.' A sea of lohg "gr's, the'points of which, wet with the heavy dow of these latitudes, shimnered and sparkled 'whore the: rays. of ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCILS. FITZROY, JUNE 23rd, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

COUNCILS. FITZROY, JUNE 23rd, 1876. At the ordinary meeting of the above Council; there were present:-Cr. Mahoney (in the chair), Crs. Rowe, Evans, Ewing, Showers, Woedhead, and Tucker. CORRESPONDENCE. The Hon. WILLIar BATFrs wrote to the Conncil drawing attention to the state of Napier street; and hoped they would give it their favorable consideration. Referred to Public Works' Committee. Mr. ConLY,t of Bell street school, drew attention to the bad state of that street. Referred to Public Works' Committee. Mr. irssEa?L HADLY drew attention to the bad state of Mason street, its roads, foot paths, and channels, and hoped it would be remedied. Referredto Public Works' Com mittee. Mr. O'CALLAoHAN asked that a lamp might be put in Vaughan street. Cr. LYons stated that six years ago it had been passed thit a lamp should be put there, and the locality needed it very much. On the motion of Cr. Rows seconded by Or. LYoNs,. the matter was referred to the Public Works' Committee, with a most ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

SCHOOL DIp RICT OF FITZROY. '. TACAtTOIEA~S' having" ?ourred in the V ,V : Bdiard of A dvioe for the above Sohool SDistrict,'by the term of office having ex*o piredby effiuxion of time of the following. 'gentlemen', v.: Jamtes Baird,' William R. Bennotts, Alexander Grant, . William, 'Kidney,.. 'Patrick McLean, Notice is hereby given that an Election of Fiv Mombers will be held at' the Court House, Napier street; Fitzroy; on Tuesday' the 11th of July; prox, and that Friday the the 30th June, instant, has been fixed as the day of Nomination. Nomination papers must be delivered to me at the Council Chambers, Fitzroy, before four o'clock p.m. on Thursday 2Dth Juno instant. 'Dated this 22nd day of June, 1876. i JOSEPH DUKE. Substitute for Edward Dolbridge jun. J.P. Returning officor. I HEREBY give Notice thai I have 1. appointed MR. JOSEPH DUKE of 185 Napier street,' Fitzroy,'to be my substitute * at the ensuing Election' of. members of the Fitzroy School Board of Advice., :Edward Dolbri...

Publication Title: Mercury
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VILLAGE COOKERY. (PRESS AND ST. JAMES'S CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

'"'.'ILL'AGE COOKERY. :,.%' (i' i ?iE A~ri T..AMiiEs's cioNroL.) -r Wd'ar i tb, have decent cooks foi he :'mddV&iihiid god housewives for lhe Iowei:cliines there is nothing foriit ut to' trait more' vigorously. ' The th ng is' beini' ddnd 'herd and there. he Liveipool' School of 'Cookery 'is, we believe,thanksto Mrs.Thwaites' ener y, a success. London has many cooki g schools, notnimerely "Cookery Exh bi. tions" like that which' used 'to 'goob at South-Kensingtoi. In a recent rihm er of All the Year Round a cooking-les on at St. Mary's Clergy 'Housoe, Soho is so described as' to'' make ' us feel tiat real work is being done where, sur4ly, it is much needed." 'But such a cobk ing-school is ivanted in every large totvn parish and in a great"'many couphry parishes. Why not? Of teaching power there is plenty; the reactiont of which' we spoke is sffilcient' to ensure that," albeit not'every "'good, cleter housewife" will succeed' as a teacho> in a ''cookings-schbol: ' 'Patienc...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

Publlo Oompani~s. F.VERY 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. T. Jennor, M.L.C. Matthew Lang, Esq. Henry Stevenson, Esq. Head Office: No. 1 Market-square, Collins st., Melbourne. 'WM. MACREDIE, Esq., J.P. Secretary, This Company covers the risk of erplosion from pas. THE PREMIER PERMANENT :BUILDING, LAND, AND Investment Association. Registere. under "Friendly Societies' 4tatuto" 1865. SHARES £25 EACH. Entrance Fee, One Shilling per Share. , Fortnightly Subscription, Is. per Share) Offers rmnrkabloe inducemenots to INVESTORS, The most liberal terms to B ORR OW7ERS, And the following rates of Interest to DEPOSITORS, In sums of £1 and upwards: 12 Months ... 8 per cent. per annum, 6 ,, ... 7 .,, , 3 ,, .. 6 », , Pay-day-Every alternate Monday. OFFICE: 62 COLLINS STREET WE...

Publication Title: Mercury
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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Labour Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JUNE, 24, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JUNE, 24, 1876. L-4------ , TIIr nows by the iucoming mail as tologralphod to the daily journals is of conslderablo importance. In the first placo, woe have tho intolligonco that In the mother country the action taken by the DISRAELI Government in proclaim 'ing Her Majesty as Empress has not obtained general favor. The jealousy of the nation is aroused. They care not fo'r title wlich savours of despotism. The all-honored title of Queen is dearer ,to the English heart, though, there is every desire to please and do honor to the lady -who sits uponr the British 'thione. Si HENRY JAMEs 'has brought forward a motion in the House of C6m mons on the question, which Mr. Dis RAELI accepted as a test....The result was that the motion was defeated, by a imajority of 108. ::The ever-ready LowvE has made a serious mistake, 'and has been obliged to-recede witli'loss of dignitygfrom. the position he ,assumed.. At the,. local .banquet.held at...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

GENERAL NOTICE. THE Mercury is published every Saturday Morning. Persons wishing'to have the paper regularly delivered at thoii. place of business or residence will be charged is. per quarter, payable in advance; by post is. Gd. per quarter. ._ The quarter commences on the ii'set Sat urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. ,: The Editor will be obliged for inform. ,ation-more espeeially-relating-to-local matters. SCALE FOR ADVERTISING. Business Cardserper quarter, from - 7s. 6d:; Official and Election Advertisements, each insertion, per inch ..: 28. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for Sale or Exchange, Miscel. laneous, Missing Friends, &o., Os. 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths, -and "; ' Marriages ... .. .... is. Od. ;, To: ADVETIzsmER.-Notice ?to wl(hdiraww advcerliements must be given in writing. ITHE, Mercury can be 'obtained from any' f L the following agents :,-Subasetlption' :is., per quarter. , : Tar's.wd' W na...

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ON THE TOP OF A COACH. (FAMILY HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

ON THE TOP OF A COAOBf . Ta Windermere' station clock. was justi. striking. the., quarter r when. the shrill shriek of an .engine cut the freez ing; murky air, and the 38.10 train friom the south steamed " into the 'terminus, and drew 'up slowly alongside the plat form. A blithe young face glanced eagerly out of the open window, of one of the, first-class carriages, scanning inquiring ly'the faces of the people 'standing about.' A' little brown hand was piut out, and turned the'door-handle, and, almost before the; train stopped, a tall girl, clad from head to foot in' sober, russet brown, sprang out, and looked 1:`,"'about her with:ani air of expectation. " Why, papapis' not here, Noell " phe ?"exclaimied, disap?ointedly, turning ; to an:ielderly respectable woman who was following her rapid descent: much more leisurely. "'Likely he'll no be lang,, Miss Hilarie," 'returned the woman, in the pleasant North' Country accent; "happen he's awh' up to Rigg's." i " Rigg'sl What should he g...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COLLINGWOOD, JUNE 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 June 1876

COLLINGWOOD, JUNE 20th.   Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Morgan and Kidney. William Patterson was charged with being intoxicated and incapable while in charge of a horse and dray, and was fined 10s or forty-eight hours' imprisonment. A man nanird Charles Ashworth was summoned to show cause why he should not contribute to the 'support of his son Thomas Ashworth, at present in the Industrial schools. Remanded for a week. Henry Thompson,, an old offender,. of Black-shooting 'notoriety was charged with robbing Mrs. Candy's till on the 17th inst. The, woman' thought ,the amount.would-be about 8s. Thompson was also charged withi larceny of.an amount under 40s from a Mr. Westen's dressing, room at the Forester"' Hall, Smith street; where Westen was per forming on Monday night. A boy living on the premises saw Thompson with the boots in his hand going from the ball. Thompson as usual. denied all knowledge of the' boots in question. Ho was committed to gaol for three months wit...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FITZROY—THURSDAY, JUNE 29TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 July 1876

FITZROY-Tnaunnva , Jnu zW2Ovrn BoforeMesere; 'emplet6n; P.M:; M?rdieh , T. Kidney, McLean, Mahoney.' and Bens nette. A nrin nanod patohon Jo is, oharged with beng, intoxicated andrefraotory, was disohargod. Susan and Matilda Lan gsor wore charged with stoeling?two pairs of boots from the shop of Mz. Russell Dick, Brunswick street, On the 8thi inst. the two , girls wont into Dick's shop and looked over some boots but did not buy. They went away but returned a short time after and bought a pair of laces. After they had left pick missed two, or throoe pairs f boots. A pawnbroker named Davis stated that.thopriqonots came, into his shop in the afternoon of the 8th inst. and asked for the loan of lIa. on the pairs of boots produced. He asked thorn to 'got an order from their aunt or' mother before he would forward any money on them. le took possession of them and retained them up to the present time. He gave information at 'the Detective officeo, and Detective Borrill came down and dis co...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLINGWOOD, JUNE 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 July 1876

; COL?INGWOOD, 'J?r '27-m. Before Messrs. Temlplotoi, 'P.M. iorga and Kidney. 'Henry Hump~hioy, inpxicted and re fraoto ied10*.i I; . ,n ,:1; Two women.named.E izabeth, Turner (o suicidal 'memory) and Catherine Pauley, were charged with the, larceny. of some) srrtioles of clothing from the premises of a labopre 'named n eHeory^ Brooks living, in Harmsrvort?, trpet, Qollingmvood, . Brooks stated that t;ho woman Turner acted in thej capacity: of housekeeper to him, that he had gone to work in the morning and loft his goods safe, when he returned, his house wqp open, and his qlothing gone. He went to Srs. Pauloy about them, but she denied any knowledge of them. Awarrant was obtained and Pauley's house searched. A few of the goods were found there;.while the. remained wore. got -At various pawm broker's.' Mrs. Pauley stated that the clothes. found in her place were got from the woman Turner to wash., Mrs. Pauley's son, a ragged, unkempt, mother-forsaken boy of eleven years, stated that....

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 July 1876

;.:, Lijo, . TAOuTOr, OG.--Some .idea ,of f the ,taptolpgy. of.legdl formula may be gathered. ,fr9uw: the followidg ,spedimon, wherein if man iwishes to giveoanothdr an orangeo,'in stead o, saying,," Igive' yqulthat;orango," .he:omust sot forth hiss' act and doed,':this: .',;I givejyqu all and singuhldr;, mn estate and interesetright,;titlo, and claim, and advan. ,tigeoof and in thtat orange rwith all it rind, skin,:juice,,pulp;,! and pips;' Wand all,right an&d' advantagese, therein, with fnllbpower. to .btte,,. out,i suoak, or otherwiee 'dat', the same prange, ,o~agiye;thb:shme. idway,.:with or without il};itsl rindi. ,skin,l juice, pulp and pipe, anything heretofore.:or horinufter, or in any other deed or doods;i instrumbnts of what kind or nature soovor, to the contrary in, apy wise ,uotwithstatkding.": 'Well.may thorebo law, reformers. ..,, . . `'ric FonEO~ Ta?&. or Nuw.:;oa?,--Tio figureoshpwing the foreign trade .ot New York darig tho past year havyolately been...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 July 1876

Al"r'irv (IO'OOEUELS]2ONDENT& ' 1' Rteetj'ee'dotatuoCbdLioit8 c t di ?drdltrrsd. t!uftderdir y citcumatanbob·,uhatdvi1': 1i 1.i :: I ZV'o',ifotcocMt ho b'oakcis of 'tflontidus eoflsi mun~cltifh8 .lv.rijy lecl' .nrtMsat 'daodooit I qP}}}a4 dby. th Haase n~cz{rcap of, 4 w lto ot t: ccojaril fo'r ubfiafoib hi ba o of goadcfaith. " 2b ,avoid inconvmsetce aiu4 delay, to' perona untcrueteutlua HLavo to r6rpiebt tlia al-buaii;tibs.' r'Ctto t~a tnicatiin$;; iticludll:Itdlbtiooetli I ordera foei the popbr, and dnrnttancebjbe aU4 ~argaeadr to Fgnrrsrxu,¢ol Bplvgs,.aacriW Mt rlsl * ,drqi otto Cq rnv. uýS q ,1, 1; a ýt.tq . in to siaa~eto .b prqbaicd., Letters and othor oopmntduncattooae tntonded for. inacrttoo'p, { the nenea ; coaiflans sIotlld 'be adsclred t91 ECd~or

Publication Title: Mercury
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POETRY. THE [?]EASANT BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 July 1876

'Tie well to .boea:pedaant'.bb?a,.O' :. ,I Inuted.tolpaiednindtoilJ ':s a.1 ,. ni .!', yokerthoýteumstatedrly.nIorn,. i .And till tleoltou?,ing sbilt,' n I ,;r . o to qv1 glefthe piwipw' oa',u 2 n" d o+I "..? 'p,:fh a/"gnted o ay,t "'; " - I ,,?i. ? ,_npy .in e s t hope ? .a tborn,,, • , ,··! 8tddmg a l-the day.. ::,i , , A oi` ing obl thoe goaldnsuna r Id eatt?~ig' i hi inai i ITh'ol tii h O??'- ... a work is dono O i, Or niah'ththe aged shelteing thori' S,: ltald of the iatient'ad? Who of the patient pqasant i?6'rn ' +!.. ' +o ,td61y ; dda li6 Edtd' blie '!+ , t 1' ,..v,, hldnibotherland hid thand rqauire dr uN O:titqlgd warrior lord;" ,i i.,:, u, iaWithin rqdrbattle'sa roifl rodi &ei '' More bravely: wields the aword.'" I1. ,.IH3k,l+ how.peals. orthl thoeoldbglngi' ii lul,,l iRorilh,':boyql, deveryield ", '[hrn ,,:.,Exalaim the patentpoasant born, The foremoei in.th8efleld t,; .; 1 "lmoued, r- .a the warrior, ,, 3r bxmgh u'ipgh lluing ways, , [thirough : f, jpaheniii s jo...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 July 1876

ii I, ",fo ia -II ý,,:Ir5 rl11)rýý ( .ý^rl'7,: I ~I .II( in %*/.' / PUBLISHED EVERY SATURD Y1,--::c q oiIF' h r'L aýD t tiAci 1nF 4mO o uo )l ,;h lfht 'u'd t'cl(13u " J3 ) , l3I13)if ',IH 'fJ.CP Dill '131 r, s o, ,, p'rintlnp 'oJt n VIt 3 nt±lr,l.IQ(44 rV 441 } 10 09 *2414) ;bradiaotioh' HU..buejheskj~thitii3retuon thbbrepbrlli lof ' thprr'vnmittBe'of :th9 'tan,.FI ,sirL A'98fRldti ,'ý Ijp bd ',t' ,ný, I1. ,ristj v ll'r b ; o3;learjlrthat , theate i a t :noiyiua Irehson able t'''ýicorife t' d '1h161'dri Pº i8trt jj nl nl- ý, '' ; "f Itl ll' or ý'ii ngwopd? "'itz¶?Qyr' ý:F~ur ,.91Otpg 4 t'$e$ien o'clbok inlthn:ening; cnas'thr ýrdht ei''oftthd lehdi'iil ii1a~dsfit[ n: ,ceftia -rr trn i) 3':i rr gspt tyinstqrknow that the fiumsahichl rfrdtm'thb e;WdFnt ;f'tfidit't trddB~t'shooii' y443 r 3 Iii , ':'i93 3 " 'i "ýeýtF;rr Pýý+:ct,. ,r/rtrP~dd!P.ol eýCu~uga;t o,!tt ,smallor proprieto·th:whIIhhleh-.hiterr' 'asapltted'ltlthtti"ýobýjt'·r~8ii; rthdfl'it'. 3' 54'5 4j) I'1 tl ,IV ' i1 , III 41! }...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, JUNE 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 July 1876

ITZR'o RO M6dxixi, Juan 26Su. Before Meesrs.. foney, Woodhoa Marsden, and Stranger.. , Henry Musgrave, charged with being it4 toxioated, and refractory, very refra6tor', for he indeavoured te' fracture a sman' skull with an iron bar. The latter chdirg not being proved' tthe prisoner was ozllv fined 10s or,24 hours imprisonment. Ellen Earlo was brought up on a charg of vagranoy. She declared that she w not on the "rag," but had got lost in th fog in Napier street. She got three monthd. Anne Douglass was 'charged with boin inebriated and disorderly. This being th debut of Anne in this particular 'line, sh was dischtrged with a, caution. Elizabeth' Day lifted ? pdtfr of boots a 'the boot chop lof Mk. Rithards 'Biuns*io 'street. Ple'd.ing guilty:she got fohrtea days' hardlabour. Jessie Murray was sent to gdl: fdr hre months with hard labour for stealln shawl from the premises of Adelaide Jun in February last. The' shawl wýb 'pa??e for :inopence. ' The prisdtoft 'tated sh ,had bought thb...

Publication Title: Mercury
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"OLD" ST, MARK'S FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 July 1876

S.1,so thvy:good,negelas.Lftdl, th place;frequ/nt,' SBsn? from thy tretauresa f:celosti5 gpco.i , ,. Thisogtfilts'thy tlol'?i?irt'oft haot" i 'p = 8bnt hemn blest Irther,. on tlunt dhosdf lia'; Lifb up tty, light soerno On thdso thabsoolethyface."' 'To.-a& is theoanniversary'of this 'bw'6ddhi parativoly "oldlparish ochurolh." ' Tweity three yoa~rs go on this, "8epaiatio' Day,!' "1t" July;" 1853, 'the I Right: Reov.,' Bishiop Peory' laid the first ?or foundation'stoiie,; C.' 'J. LaTrobtbding then Liotiehent LGovernor' of the infadt'colony, and J. 'r. Smith; E~q,, 'beingugMayor of"blelbourne; 'i which:city St. Mark's was situated. A few; "btt very fot,' of the'old'members and dhtirbh'workors are now 'loft,'but'thosA fete'takea' litel$, 'interest in bhoh rdthrnin6g'annieorsitry.'The Roev. James 'A., Clo 9es was' thon', thUi'dtily minister of Fitzroy diil, thb ipreoiet' iOtyof Collingwood. The'only "Cliut''of 'Eti laild 'place of'viordhip ini:6thi towns;"i Aý the presdnt old'dil...

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