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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

Establshed 1857. W. C.- THURGOOD'S Old Established House, ' 209 SWANSTON ST., op. Pablic Lihrary. WHOLESALE PASTRYGOOK & BISCUIT-BAKE_. Tea meetings and picnics catered for. Up-country orders promptly atrende t Jo. Shops supplied with all kinds of U o!s ?t wholesale prices. Wedding cakes made to order. AUSTRAUAN & EUROPEAN BANK-Limited. HEAD OFFICE: 4 COLLINS ST. W. MELBOURNE. Capital ... ... £1,000,000 Subscribed ... ... 600,000 COLLINGWOOD BRANCH: 165 Smith Street, Pitzroy. (URRENT Accounts kept, and Interesa allowed thereon at the rate of 4 per cent per annum, calculated on the minimum monthly credit balance, when not under £100. Interest Allowed on Deposits: At call ... ... ... 4per cent Fixed for 3 months ... 5 . 6 ,, 6 S 12 as per agreement. Bills discounted daily, and Cash Credits granted and Advances made on approrep. security. Drafts granted on England, Ireland, Scotland, and the various Agencies of the Bank throughout the Australian colonies and New Zealand...

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THE MYSTERY OF ORAN'S GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

THE MYSTERY OF ORAN'S GRA VE. Br W. R. DoNxA.o. The moon smiles on the silent ses, The winds have ceased to rave, A strange and weird-like melody Sweeps through the Merlin's cave. Br reference to the map of Scotland, the reader will find, on the extreme north-west coast and parallel with the border of Sutherland, that "part of Cromarty " which has been not inaptly termed a geographical puzzle. One of the numerous bays or inlets which penetrate this part of the coast is known to the natives as Enard Lock, thougn many maps describe it Enard Bay. Directly opposite, in the Isle of Lewis, are the Point of Eye and the port of Stornoway, the intervening channel being The Minch. Enard Lock is almost entirely hemmed in by a series of rugged granite cliffs, here and there surrounded by small hays or coves, each of which has its fishing hamlet close to the beach, and where numerous cobles and boats finl a safe haven from the frequent heavy swell which rolls through The Minch when, northerly wi...

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COLLINGWOOD—FRIDAY. (Before His Worship the Mayor, Messrs. W. Kidney, Berry, and Browning.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

COLLL GWVOOD-FnwUtA. (Before His Worship the Mayor. Messrs. W. Kidney, Berry, and Browning.) Samuel Bush was charged with damaging the property of the Melbourne Bus Com pany, to value of £19. Driver M'Auley, deposed to the injury done to a horse he was driving by defen dant's cart which was on the wrong side and withoutlights. Edwin Sherry saw the accident, the cart was in the gutter, and as the 'bus came up the horse started up and ran into the'bus horse, the cart then bolted down Bedford street. AMr. Wordy, veterinary surgeon, gave the. technial evidence of the injury. Mr. Smith, buyer for the company. statch the damage done was £25.. Dismissed. Edward Taylor--ttempzed to commit suicide. Found lunatic and sent to the asylum. Isabella Jones-Having no lawful visible means of support.. Had been living three days in a right-of-way. Sent to gaol for three months. Mary Ann Simmons- Drank and dis ordesly-an old offender. 1os. or seven. days. John O'Connell could not support mia child in ...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY. (Before his Worship the Mayor, Messrs. Marsden, Woodhead, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

POLICE. FITZROY-rMoo?r. (Before his Worship the Mayor, Messrs. Marsden, Woodhead. J.P.'s.) John Kilpatrick and William Johnston, charged with larceny of two bags the prop erty of Mary Jane Bymons. Remanded for a week. Madge Mangan-drunk and disorderly fined 10s. Mary Scanlan-lnnacy-sent to the Yarra Bend Asylum. Briget Brown was charged with dis orderly conduct. This is the unfortunate woman who has lost her husband and goes to every Mrs. Brown she can find and ac cnses her of taking her husband away. She is evidently becoming a monomaniac on the point. She produced a certificate as to sanity. As her conduct was very abusive she was sent to goal for three months, and ordered to find one surety to keep the peace for three months. Kate Johnson v. John Morton, a coloured individual connected with the theatres, un lawful assault in Gertrade-street, on the 15th inst. John Morton r. Kate Johnson. insulting language. This was a cross summons, the alleged offence occurring when the summons ...

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FITZROY—THURSDAY. (Before Messrs. Showers, Kidney, and Marsden.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

FIZ ROYI--TmrsAsnr. (Before Messrs. Showers, Kidney, and' Marsden.) John Cross-Drunk and disorderly Fined 5s., 2s. 6d. costs. Ann M'Donough-Vagrancy, soliciting alms from house to house. Ann said she worked at a tailors. Three month's. Stone v. Cullen-Work and labor doneor goods sold and delivered. No jurisdiction. Briggs v. Amot-Goods sold and de livered, 1 2s. 10d. Adjourned fora week. Scott v. Needhan--.2 s. 5d. Goods sold and delivered. Verdict with costs. Wm. Walsh, rates due to Fitzroy Council, £5. Verdict with cots. , Hannon 'r. Preti;-£6, tblance for eal-l of horse. Verdict for amount, 26s. costs. Mary Sharrow, licensee of Marquis of Lorne Hotel-Allowing dice to be played in her licensed houseon Sunday. Mr. Edward for prosecution, Mr. Gillott fordefendants. Mr. Gillott objected to the summons, as it did not disclose any offence in the meaning of 66th section of the Act. Bench over ruled objection. Emily Douglass, resided in Karr-street, knew defendant. Said her h~Ž1t .left h...

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COLLINGWOOD—TUESDAY. (Before his Worship the Mayor, Messrs. Bennett, Nettleton and W. Kidney, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

COLLINGWOOD-Toussnr. (Before his Worship the Mayor, Messrs. Barnett, Nettleton and W. Kidney, J.P.'s) Daniel O'Neil-insulting behaviour-dis charged. Edward Taylor, charged with attempt ing to commit suicide by throwing himself into the Yarra on Saturday last. When ar rested he was found to be suffering from the effects of drink. Ifemanded to Fri day. Margaret Walsh charged with insulting behaviour to a man named Younger. who said he had been married to de:endant's aunt. The parties were prominently be fore the Fitzroy Court some time ago. The woman said Younger was the father of the child she had in her arms, and also of one she had buried. Case dismissed. Police v. Warne-obscene language-the husband and wife were drunk and quarrel ing, and the constable said the language could be heard a quarter of a mile off As defendant did not appear, and the wife seemed to attribute all the blame to her self. Case adjourned for a week. Rate Collector v. Mary Harvey-£-6 15s -the greater portion ...

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COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 23RD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

COUNCILS. CITY OF COLL[NGWOOD. WeDNSDLaT, JULT 23aD. Presert--lis Worship the Mayor and Councillors Peters, Smith, Keele, Wright, 3anaslow. Bryants, Turner, and Upton. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed; also the proceedings of the Revision Court. CORRESPONDENCE. Treasurer, that Mr. Burton's Grocers' iLicense is, in the opinion of the Law De pnartment, a "New License" notritbhstand ing that a similar licence was previously hTeld for the same premises by another .person, and therefore the claim :o the fee could not be waived. The Finance Comm.ttee was authorized to sign a cheque for the amount payable. Shire of Daudenoag. ntifying that the conference of Municip id Councils would bhe lheld on Tuesday, 29th. when a proposition will be submitted affirming the desirability of enacting a "Width of Tires Act." Re eived. Resident ofEasey-street, calling att ntiou to the state of the street channel from 'Wellington-street to Gold-street. Re ceived. Mrs. Bull and six ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

:- GENERAL NOTICE. t' fIllE Mercury 'is published every Saturd:ay) J'Morning. Persons w`ishing to have the' paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged 1s. per qnarter, payable in advance; by post Is. 6d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Satur day in "the months of December; March, JTune: and September. .Jbhe Editor will be obliged for inform atipn-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 ADVERTISElm.- tOiCCe to0 ithdfrv advertisements must bo given in writing. ii ~ ~ -- ro li nnnuu STIMSON'S CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIT?L. 345 BRUNSWICK STREET, Corner of Leicester-street. Boots and shoe...

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PRESTON—THURSDAY. (Before Mr. Shuter, P.M., and Messrs. Short, Wood, and Dennis, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

PRESTON-Tau?asDY. (Before Mr. Shuter, P.M., and Messrs. Short, Wood, and Dennis, J.P's) James Harvey, Henry Broadhurst, B. Golding, John Standing, Anthony Brache, and Thomas Anderson, were charged with insulting behaviour in a public place. Mr. Wilkinson for complainant, and Mr. Mc Kean for defendants-Harvey and Stand ing. Hannah Froggart resides in Clark-street, Northcote; knows defendants, and was in company with Anderson. Golding and Brache on Saturday evening last ; was with them at Clark's hotel at the Bridge; had some ginger-beer; when they came out saw Harvey. Broadhurst, and Standing, who followed them up the hill towards home; when turning round Bastinge-street Har vey and Broadhurst took her by the arm and tried to drag her away from the others she was with ; she called out for Anderson; Anderson came up: Harvey hit him; Anderson said, I can't forget you, Harvey; Golding came up; Harvey hit him; Har vey and Golding fought; there was blood on Golding's shabirt ; there was a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

yICTORIAN RAILWAYS. TENDERS are invited for the MANU FACTURE and Supply of 1700 TONS of FISHBOLTS. Dogspikes and Pins. A preliminary deposit of £200 must accompany each tender. Full particulars at the Engineer-in chief's office Spencer-street Melbourne. i Tenders must be deposited in the Rail way Tender-box, Crown Lands office, Treasury Gardens, at or before 12 o'clock noon on Friday, 5th September. The lowest or any tender will not neces sarily be accepted. JOHN WOODS, 9-8 Commissioner of Railways. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS TENDERS are invited for the MANU FACTURE in the colony and'SUPPLY of EIGHT BOGIE TANK ENGINES to pattern and specification; for the Hobson's Bay Railway. A pireliminary deposit of £300 must accompany each tender. - sFull particulars at bthe Locomotive upierintenrdant's. of?g ' Spere-sti'eet Melbourne, ang Tenders must be deposited in the rail way tender-box, Crown Lands Office, Treasury-gardens, at or before 12 o'clock noon on Friday, 8th August. The lowest or any tend...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

A WANT SUPPLIED!! Cheap Tailoring. J LOTIHINI COIPANY, 108 SERTRUJIIDE ST. ...NOW OPEN Vith au: entirely New and Varied assort ment of seasonable Tweeds, Coatings, &c. TWholesale Clothing Company's Geelong Twced Trousers to order 12s. 6d. Wholesale Clothing' Company's Geelong Tweed Trousers and Vest to order 18s. 61. Fit.Guarant-,ed. Patterns sent, post free to all parts of the colony. The Workingman's Friend, The Tradssman's Delight, The Swell's Astonishment is the ORIGINAL WHOLESALE CLOTHING Co., 108 Gertrude-st., Fitzroy. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Manager. Terns-Cash. WILLIAM SCOTT GENERALJOBBING CONTRACTOR CARPENTER & JOINER, 132 OXFORD .STREET, 132. COLLINGWOOD, and at 268 Elizabeth Street, MIELBOURNE. Estimates given for Shop and Office fittings Step Ladders lways in stock. From Elkington, Miraon & Co.. Birmingham 77 RUSSELL ST., MELBOURNE, (4 Doors from Little Collins st.) Old Plate. Spoons, Forks, Teapots, Cruet Frames, &c. repaired, pi ted, an...

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NEW REFORM LEAGUE IN FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 26 July 1879

NEW MREFOR LEAGUE IN FITZEOY. -4----- A meeting of residents in Fitzroy, was held on Thursday night, at the Brunswick hotel, for the purpose of organising a new reform league, about 80 persons were pre sent, and Mr. Meenan was voted to the chair. Mr. A. Watson, in moving the first reso lution, said he presumed he was speaking to liberals only; if there were any holding opposite views, he hoped they would retire. This meeting was the result of the gieat dissatisfaction that had arisen, at the man ner in which Mr. Gray was chosen by the North Fitzroy League, and although he supported and worked for the choice of the league on that occasion, yet he was not satisfied. He had drawn up a scheme by adopting which, he thought they would be enabled to avoid falling in future into the same disastrous error. The plan of organi sation he had submitted to, and taken the advice of, several of the liberal politicians. The resolutions had been drawn up by three gentlemen, and were to be submitted t...

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A REMARKABLE CHAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 2 August 1879

A REMARKABLE CHAIR. A curious story, says the Pall Mall Gazette, is being told in Paris about an arm-chair which has been bcqueathed by an old woman, who has just died in one of the almhouses there, to the Louvre, for the collection known as the Museum of Sovereigns. This arm chair was presented more than a cen tury ago to the Empress Maria Therese, who had it placed in her boudoir. .At her death, and in compliance with her express injunctions, it was sent to Queen Marie Antoinette at Ver sailles, and formed part of the furniture provided for Louis XVI. during his im prisonment in the Temple. After his execution it was removed to England. where it became the property first of the Prince of Wales, and then the Duke of Cumberland. The latter took it with him to Berlin, where it was placed in the hands of an upholsterer to -be repaired.. The workman to whom the arm-chair was.given, discovered, upon removing the horse-hair with which it Swas stuffed, a diamond pin, the portrait of aboy,...

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COUNCILS. CITY OF FITZROY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 2 August 1879

COUNCILS. CITY OF FITZROY. FEIDAY, AUGUST 2. Present: Cr. Woodhead in the ehal:rComn cillors Evans. iMcMahon, Holden, Moore, Lyons, Showers and Ewing. CORRESPONDENCE. From Willitm Parker. Dalb i z.: .-:reet, Fitzroy, north, asking for the eree:i:,n of a letter-box, at corner of F.lconer a?n Dt bridge-streets. The Town Cle, - .sveda instructions to write to the Pu. tnaster General From J. SL Smith, givingto Cuaci. and officers authority to manage his land in Fitzroy. Quarterly return of cases relieved withina Fitzroy, £135 lls, Gd. distributed by Mel bourne Ladies, Benevolent Society. IEPORTS. The Public Works Committee r.,orted that the letter of F. O'Donnell, ?:i,'n at tention to necessity for a cr;'sing in Scotchmer and Moss-streets, ha;. '.._n re ferred to Local Board of Health; ;,o, that complaint of dangerous state f aoung street has been postponel for -ansidera tion until annual inspection. Ad_ pred. Finance Committee recommen idd pay ment of accounts amounting to f0, 6s '. Re...

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NATIONAL GALLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 2 August 1879

tilt .jiI(: . J: ',l 1 ? ".:J1.' ,;". ' - I ' :Je. ..a;.i ,last wQ gay.q.tiQ,particu lars of6a second4 , p awe .Jq paid to thb EoblRgLibrprg,,,M.d .aqfar as. we were ablee;, o jadge, ;ieigage our mo deshweed of praise,to. Long's, picture of?E,?tlger "'v whiph we,described as the " Gem.of;Ithe .FallpUy."..AIr. Long has paiutd a .eplira, pr duplicate of this beautiful work, and has exhibited it at the Royal Academy, London, where it is thesubjectafhnthigh e tpraise and gen eral eulogium of the art critics of the metropolita--press,. -It ..is something like (a. feather in our cap when 'our criticism is endorsed in so outspoken a manner.,: The .Pall Mall Gazette and the Daily ,Telegraph, both praise it highly. The Examiner pronounces it " the finest,work in the Academy. The Queen's face,.is of a magnificent type with large dark eyes, .and wondrously beautiful,, An imperial woman this, paipted, with singular power." The Daily News says :-" All. the interest is centered in the solitary fi...

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THE CHAMBER OVER THE GATE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 2 August 1879

THE CHAMBER OVER THE GATE. Is it so far from thee Thou canst no longer see In the Chamber above the Gate That old man desolate. Weeping and wailing sore For his son who is no more ? O Absalom, my son! Is it so long ago That cry of human woe From the walled city came. Calling on his dear name, That it has died away In the distance of to-day? O Absalom, my son! There is no far nor near. There is neither there nor here, There is neither soon nor late, In that Chamber over the Gate, Nor any long ago To that cry of human woe. O Absalom, my son! From the ages that are past The voice comes like a blast, Over seas that wreck and drown. Over tumult of traffic and town; And from ages yet to be Come the echaas back to me. O Absalom, my son ! Somewhere at every hour The watchman on the tower Looks forth, and sees the fleet Approach of the hurrying feet Of messengers, that bear The tidings of despair. O Absalom, my son ! He goes forth from the door, Who shall return no more. With him our joy dep...

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A CELEBRATED RUNNER. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 2 August 1879

A CELEBRATED RUNlER, (PxA, ALL~ Gazrrrs.) THE pedestrian feats of the present day are, the Boston Journal says, cast into the shade by the recorded exploits of Ernest Mensen, a Norwegian sailor in the English navy, early in the present century. Mensen first attracted atten tion by running from London to Ports month in nine hours, and soon after be ran from London to Liverpool in thirty two hours. Having distinguished himself at the battle of Navarino, in 1827, he left the navy and became a professional runner, After winning a number of matches le undertook the feat of running from Paris to Moscow. Starting from the Place Vendume at 4 o'clock in the afternoon of June 11, 1831, he entered the Kremlin at 10 o'clock A.. on June the 25, having accomplished the distance of 1,760 miles in thirteen days and eighteen hours. The employment of Mensen as a courier extraordinary soon became a popular amusement in European Courts. He ran from country to country, bearing messages of congratulation...

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A FALSE ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 2 August 1879

A FALSE ALARaL r The other day (says the Forbes Times) during the temporary absence of the manager of a well-known sta tion on the Bland, some ladies of the household were terribly alarmed at dis covering three armed men quietly sit ting on the wood heap, and evidently concocting some plan for taking forcible possession, murdering the inmates, and decamping with all the available spoil. One young lady frantically rushed to the station boat, determined to place the creek between herself and the bushrangers, keeping the boat on her side. She pushed off with much vigour, then discovered that the pad dies were ashore, and as there was no current she had the felicity of finding herself "as idle as a painted ship upon a painted ocean." Another sought shelter under a huge clothesbasket, which she adroitly turned bottom up wards, assured that no well-bred bush ranger would interfere with either her self or her hiding place. The third lady, the mater, who evidently knew that gems were more p...

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A GREAT FIRE IN SMITH-STREET [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 2 August 1879

A GREAT FIRE IN SMITB BTREET" At half-past ten o'clock last evening a fire broke out in a furniture shop in Smith-street, occupied by Mr. Lobas cher, from thence it spread to the shop of Mr. Jones, clothier, burning the roof, and spreading consternation all around. Owing to the lateness of the hour we are compelled to hold over a complete report.

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THE CAMPBELL AND MACDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 2 August 1879

THE CAMPBELL AND MACDONALD. A good story is told of the Marquis of Lorne and two Glengarry High landers who called on him the other day. Ever since the massacre of Glencoe, in which the Campbells did the bloody work of the Crown, the clan Campbell has been in bad odor with the clan MacDonald and other tribes ; indeed, it is a proverb that the Mac donalds and Campbells "canna eat out o' the same kailpot." The Glengarry men, Macdonalds to the backbone, where in Ottawa on business, and after much debate resolved to pay their respects to the Marquis of Lorne as the Governor-General, not as the son of Callum Mohr. On their way to the hall they talked the matter over again, and one of them suggested that per haps the Marquis, being a Campbell, would refuse to see a MacDonald, in which case their position would be humiliating. At the gate they met the Marquis with Major de Witon, and, taking them for servants, the High landers asked if the Marquis would care to meet "twa MacDonalds," or if...

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