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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

THE STAGE. TII?ETRg ROYAL. 'The pantomime 'Jack and the Bean Stalk," still.holds its own at the Theatre Royal, good attendances being the rule. It tvcs as much enjoyment as when first pro. duced, and will continued until further notice. PRLINClFCE TIIEATIL "La Maseotte" (tile luck bringer) still ontinues to draw crowded houses to witness its production at the Princess Theatre nightly. It evidently apppears to have hit the taste of the public, and from all appear anees is destined to have a long and success ult rn. It will be repeated again this even. ing and during the week. IIHUDSON' Tl -TRE. Mr. Fred Pashley's burlesque "Alonzo the bravoe and the fair Imnogene," was given at the above named theatro on Saturday evening in the presence of a full house. The details of the burlesiue our readers are already fully aequainted with, so that they do not require repetition. MIr. Pashley cer tainly deserres every praise for his eoeposi-s tioe. The charcter of the fair Imoegeneea hannmingly t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

worthy actions, though it forbids the avowal of them. l'leassure may 1) called the short cot to the tomb, as it shortens time, which is tihe way. A jockey sold a nag as a "lonest" horse, bIaose lie always thrcew his rider when hel tlhreatcned to. Why do the birds feel depressed early ina sunmter moroning? Because their little bills are all over dew. Never, perhaps, are children dearer to their parents than when, as at present, the price of mneat is exesesive. If live and a half yards make a perch. Iho many wilt make a troot? If two hogsheads make a pipe, how many will take a cigar? A morning paper tells us of the sad case of a man who was shipwpreekedl. ald cast upon all unnhabited island, without a shil lil il his pocket. A inoi miuch addicted to snoring, re markel to his bedfellow ins thie snoring, " tlhat lie mad slept like a top.:' "I know it," said the other; " like Ia oImling.top." " Do you really believe, Admiral," said a Washington ialy to Adtmiral F'arragnt, "that the dead ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

OincE ;FP RPMo VAL.-I-. Sartoii, Mrilitnry Tailor, liate of 114 ºlr'u i rk- stree.t, bhoes to annoilne that IteoIws rmoved to tnoro.cotii. motlions prcmilir sat No. l)O Ilrunar\·ick-street. F. S. i rotLtroio tlooka to his numerous patnl fopr rant ltrotoo, trooto by stltotattool tion. to busines~s tJo uoit a Oontinuation of their patronage [AvuT.]

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TEMPERANCE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

TIIL'EMPERANCE MEETING. A telmpernce meeting was hIeld in the hubilee Hall, ol l \nlnesdav evening last. at chich there was a crowdednattendance. The erv. .. J. arcourt presidled, nau in opening tle meeting remarked that ie was sorry that the president of the conference nowr sitting in Melbourne, was unable to ie present. lie, himnself, wohld very much have liked to have attended the conferece to take part in the discussion, but he idt it his duty to colle and address the meeting. lie de oirccl to imlprss nli his earers the value of xanplllc., anl le exholrtel the heads and parents of families to abstain themllselves, e tnhafthiirecanpile woutld carry its own weight with their children. lie lcdeplored the prcva lece of tile drinking custom, and was very norl? to find it intruding even at births, and dlllaths nd at lilarriagc. \\'lWeln pr .ctot o e cl ooc- ions, Ie alcrays rtule-i to toueh any alcohol, and ill sni cases ?lad the pleasure of otliciating at niarriages where there wacs ...

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THURSDAY, JAN. 25TH. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Showers, Holden, and M'Lean, J's.P.) MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

Temwnosl , J~s. d8es. (Before the Mlayor.and Messrs. Showers, Holden, and M'Lean, J's.P.) MISCELLANEOUS. Mary Havesley, for being drunk and dis orderly, was fined 2s. lid. with 2s. xld. ex penses. Peter Kennedy and Francis Westaway, char ed with a similar offence, were each re mandel for seven days with a view to enable them to suffer a recover,. 'leorge Collins, for stealing two bolsters and one pillow, the property of Nathant Abrahams, was sentenced to seven days im prisonment. Edwa-rd Potter, on remand charged with stealing two doves, was further remanded till Monday. Mlary Fitzroy, a neglected child of four teen years and six months old, was sent to the Industrial Schools for a year and a half. A dissipated looking fellow named Cleency was finald s. or in default 24 hours in gaol for arssaolting his wife.

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

IOWVLING. The linal contest for Dr. ]ianey'. trophy took place on T'tesay last between the titzroy and \est -Melbourne Ilowling Clubs ,| the IFitzroy clth's greesn. (Irot interest was taken in thl moatch and till thie last it was loubtful who would prove victors. The irst hour sad a half'a play was considerably in favor of the ? Wet \Melbourue team, but towards the erl the local players wanned to their work and secourel lirst honors. The victory is milnly dllo to Mlusru. Dcnis, 'Iills, flood, and Ware, who ghve their op ponents a great beating, scoring about two to their one. The result was prolounced by th vice-president, MIr. Kidney, is the al stce of Ihr. ltooney. Ite congratllatcd his club on their triumph, and considered that the best ,men had! won. Although the West MIclbou?lc players complainedl that they oore hIandicapped hy playilg on the Fitzroy green, he could not see hoow. as the rinks w-ru hallotted for. Theicr comploant was furtlher disprovedl Iby the fact that they hm...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. Tie final match between the English and Australian Elevmes commenced in Syd ney yesterday. As in the last match the E'n?glishmien won the toss andl went in on a line wicket. They played well and olre. fully through, tle mtlet execution was denl in the latter half of the innings. The Aus tralian's weakness in bowling was never miornealptarent,as 7leDonelanl and nenllran at last hadl to Ie trieal. If tile m-itch is lost it is safe to say that the policy of not in clndint ]rosl.o will be to a great extent res ponsible for it. The following is the score Iearlow. c \lnlocu, b Spoforth ......:2 C. T. St.uthl e lilaekhan, I (larrett 21 lrelie, b Spolli rth ....................... O Steel, Ii (larrett................... 17 Ih1rnee, c Blackhiat, . Sltltorthn.... ' Tylcote, r out.......................... (ili RIead, c Mlassie, I Ilannermann......... (ilt Ilate, e McDonnell, I Spoffortht...... 17 Itlilgh, b Pahnler...................... 13 (I. B....

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

To Tile Entrn lee THE nt/.5me IY ranre . hir,-1n accordance with my promise, I sctul you the essay on " Moan." COLLINOC WOOD. olaI, himself, is and must always he the object of thue highest interest to mankind. li position here on the earth, his ecope in earthly life, the object of that life, his power, his r3ponsibility to himself andl his fellow men, his future possibilities, and his infl-. enc f oforogoo rmor evil,0llf033 topics of trap. 03'eldent interest anti task tihe luilld to t01e lutmost in their conaidenrtion. I look IIupon man as a aitional, social being, and I take the principal object of his life hlere to be the developing of his own me0tal and mo30al lowers and calpaities, and the improvement of his fellow beings. In the firslt instance his rationality to a very great extent depiends on his sociality, as without mixing with his fellow men, enjoying their pleasures, sharing their hopes a3d fears, lea1r33w, theirthoughts and d 0esires, 3nine-tenths of Ills m3eans of nac....

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DISCUSSIONAL COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

DISCUSSIONAL COLUMN. TO THE EDITO Or TIE FITZItO CITY PrESS. Dear Sir,-I see that my opinions are not held by everyone, and I also see with regret that Christianity does not teach all its pro fessors humility and toleration. I will not deal specifically with the remarks of either Mae Twik or the other objectors, but merely notice tile objections which are likely to be urged, and ar urged against nmy views. In the first place let mteo dclline miy position, as there seems to be some imisundcrstanding. My letters were inltended to disprove the commonly acceptedl ideas of creation, sit, nand redemption. I did nut want to deal with Genesis as a book, or to question its authentiity, or to expose all its discrepau tics. I nmerely esed it as containlng the ac count of the creation and fall, and dealt with that account and nothing farther. I showed that the lais of thoght amid reason-the highest standard that mani possibly can have -require certain things, which the Genesis account does not ...

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How to save time [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

How to savC time-Let your notch stop. What are the most utsoeial things in the world ?-Mile-stones ; you never see two of them together. von't yl, take half this poor apple:' Yail a pretty danmiel. " No, I thank you : I woul prefer a better half.:' liza bluhed, adl referred him to her papa. A young lady, while on her way to. be married, was run over and killed. A con lirmed old maid savagcly remarked:--" She bha a'oihed a more iangering and horrible deotiny." "-Tom, who did you say our friend Brown marriedo' " 'Yell, he married forty thou sald pounds ; I forget her otlher name." ' The orator who "carrial away his audi eue" is e iirncstly imet hutiatteIy elumtted to bring it back, by pecraots who had friends present. A wag, having married a girl nnmel Clnmlch. asa lie las enjoyed monre happinree sieg: I joiubnl.the Church thioi ever he did in hisi life before.

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THE SATIRIST. 'Satire should, like a polished razor, keen, Wound with a touch that is scarcely felt or seen.' [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

THE" SATIRIST. By Sums CtmQE. SSatire should, like a pollished ooror, keen, Woutlnd with a touch tlst Is ssreely felt or seen.' I was amused on Wednesday evening by a scene which occurred in Smith-street, be tween two cabmen. They were driving in opposite directions, the one going towards Gertrude-street being on the wrong side. The driver of tie opposite cab sang out to keep clear, and as is nusually the case the offending party did not take the reprimand meekly. An insulting rejoinder was the rCeslt, followed by some high and spicy epi thets on either side. An adjournent to Collinnwood flat, to settle the dispute was invited, and both turned off down Derby street. After going about fifty yards they stoepel., and the off'ading Jel a stepped ost andltcked uip his sleeves. Tle other fol lowed suit, and the two danced round each other in the street, keeping well out of strik ing distance. A crowd collecting some in terfered, one gentleman eventually hiring one vehicle to get the drive...

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Fitzron City Press. SATURDAY, JAN. 27th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

SATURDAY, JAN. 27th, 1883. At thie mecting of the City Council last week Cr. Phlipps drew attention to the plans of the proposed Post Offlee, a 1 in doing so he landldc tie department very roughly. lie characteriscd the proposed bluildieg as a dis grace even to a eouentry town. and remuarked that it would look. more like as sviaido "pub" than a Govetmlcnt building. Ito also pointed ouat that Fitzroy had hitherto teen absolutely neglected in the matter of public buildinus, and he considered it an insult that after waiting all these years, we were to have foisted on ts a barn which could always be a diogisae to tihe hity. lie declared that rather than be a party to ouoh a thing lie would wait for another live years, or till the Government could spare enough oney to punt up a decent buihillng. Cr. frigg followedl i a similar strdin, and hoped that some steps would be taken to prevent the alubortitlon. The Mayor pointedl ot that tenders were already called for, ald that to interfere now...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

{ 1M~ I, 23sýSMrsrR fS'1l 1i10.94a1 1't)O II R TAIL OR y A1STSAL1A i 8A 8Q~4YEED ,.IPOUS 1OS FO1ClfttSI R C11101 Ia. IdlrL'". . REDUCED TO, -10s, (iv,,, . 1.1'I f SUITS TO ORDER 42s,.. 6 NI.uf %Q'iw lIRA4QII, 235 SMI) ,STREIET, 9O1jl1NO WOOD. Op ljV fco2 . l'aeccull~ e dillil. thu iodutlo ko'tloltLu o uiud DkI,,Aut Coawpouy. T THE P.UBLIOIO, win to that guneo1u support Cruciseid front 'thu RlUh iaUot't1 u?, aieod useriPii el HOOCCOS wU havo tlot vithl, hlus iiitlucd thu ý )t p ArytI ittfttdu 1tci· o lutucruut ir utrpdu1olioi nhgnaNE I1rANOCH AT sss TI{TH. S'rTtair, fOlANOWý'OO1a, opposite' t;lN Cotilco 10nliur. eIn 1 dhidg a"ItfLdt Cotiiliddat we are - onticipatitg, thu- vntls of our ,ounity etklingwoodl and Fitzroy custotlouo, fruijm ,whomo 000 hotpe to receivu thu suam lihurat supptrtiiiih i future that the ppblie havo kindly l'rstouyctdupon us in tha i l l r º \ il t i €i ! i ; ' 1,1P f ` liei gSItN(tL OEl NT t' \VWHOLE3SALE 1rRCloS, nd owiog ~the hiberat patruaagu Luostoo'e~ 'pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

nVYEly 'SD ~.GIFTS ?,' ToI aSUll ?,}InROEAScR , Ibre ToCys,' IDoas, kerya, War ihousoe, tdt r I of mit anlids, ri per tateaG colsirto, hats IStlaIds, pl oWcr Vnsca; 'toilet C 01, t I l I(\'0 0 1), )tiD Flem IIOUS,100 corrr Q huclaberrry ndl? .?nldeli h Str., (Cit;,'TON. '1105 BOURKE STIII?EiT EAST. J. WILSON, Practical. Watchmaker and Jowollcr, 87 lglRTRU)'D, STIII,,T. ra . * (rsr.amt.tsuiii2 Timu.) tL '. fTATCIIIS, Cloaks,. kc., Warratntec 1 foar Itwo yea. , Jcwullury maode on tseprnemsea. Speootales tulaa Isca. ul A I asrsortrent of patI bli spectacles. If you want nay, roo al.ih tot.hae it ; 0llEAP AN]) GOOD, O0 TO BOOPLJFFt'S FITZl/OY FURNT ITUI E EXCIHANG+E, 133 BRUNS W:CI ST. S ("STALISit D )tl ..t L Soou iut Colacup is? thiplui, 1 try, Iok you till to Col? .l Iyl; ly ") ith mii you ecrd riot fear tlre'riggoto,' sh' -Coo0ls: ato all. Marked' i "'Plain" If you uwait to ]IUY or wish to SELL, You'll lind that 1 ctn use you well; leltii 6u will lquickly le rnI . ly heart,; Ginn th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

SPECIAL COLUMN. CII' c:HA: P P L E, 70, SMITH STREET, PASTRY COOK And, CONFECTIONER. Club Sosinlr, Tea Mootings. P'icnics, and Wedding Breakfasts, Catered for at PRICES TILAT DEFY COMPETITION. BRIDE CAKES, JELLIES, &c Malo to Order. rlIOfMPSON AND SON, lManufacturers of ALL KINDS OF 1RUSII\AIE, 095 BRUNSWICK ST. The Cheapest HIouso in the District for lIouschold Slmshcs. A . ' It I T C I A R D SADDLER & HIARNESS M.aer.sroessesn, IS0 BRUNSWICK STREET A choice selection of BIte:r, Gso, Can, and Dh).r Il soosss always on hand. Ev:urn RE:quseT.e in the TraIle Supplied, S A M URE L 1 A It SI 1 Y, SI BRUNSWICK ST. UMr.RELLAS RE-COVERED and REPLAIIRED, and made equal to new, at Lowest l'pices. A trial is solicited. All orders punctually attended to. T. K E N N E D Y, HOUSE, LAND & INSURANCE A G E N T, jS & 60 SIMPSON's ROAD, NORTII SICIIMOND, Rents Collected and Houses Lot. A(;ENl t FOlt QUEEN INSURANCE CO. i? S. .1l1 A R F O It D, S 1I3t1LI(tt ,rTII:t:, S'I...

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OUR STORY TELLER. WIFE OR WIDOW? CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

S:OU DR. STORY :TELLER. WIFE OR WMIOW CHAPTER III. "'MisasDeerng is quite tred ont, I am afraid," said the. fir, pleasant voice of Edgar Everaleigh.'- :'I think if hoe were to go to her room, and rest quitly tn tildiner time, it wood be as ,well. As for Kate; here, I don't believe she is ever tired." "' Oh, yesa; I was ala-ys awfully done up going to school, but never comhie home." ,, c"Ah, Kate, I was in hopes that you had forgotten all your fast phrases by this time." W" : What would be the use of tlht, Uncle Edgar! You'll seeI shall renorate all my old forms of expression, cd add several new ones to my vocabulary, the first time Willie Leo comes over." .,."I hope not." "But I shall, for a certainty." " Then I should advise you to keep out of thelway wlcn he comes." "Heil find tlet out, if I did, Uncle Edgar; for lie: only comes to see ;In and I knowo he likes mle better than all of you put to gether." i' How do you know that ." "I know it by his eyes." "Is that the way you discov...

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A NEW INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

A NEW INDUSTIRY. The R?ed Anchor It.reer-ing Complvany which is in course of founrnation, held a pre liminary meeting at their town office, rhoenix Clhandmrs, .larket-street, lMelbourne, dr. Elbseneer Cox Ieing apleinted necretary for tihe company. The ted Anchor works have been in operation for some time, having fac tories in Leieeter-street Carlton, and Frank lyn-street VWet 31elboullre, the different articles they tttn out eineg really first-cla.s, as we can testify, having practically experi enced the truth of the ohll aying. " the proof of the pudding lies in the eating of It," as they are tasty. and wholcsome, aod as far as appear;uce cvea is concerned, ean safely he compared with any of the imported articles. The reason of the formation into a teonmrny is that Iby as incres t of ?pital the compooy will ie able to eonshileraly extend their operations and enlarge their colonial trade, and also afford them more scope for pushing their trade in the Indian and other n-loniea. They...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

OPý E CH? 23S 'SMITHl STI WH ES LECLOTINGT COY. T I (PREIEf ' TAILORS OF, AUSTRALIA. ,GEELONGQ , EE TROUSERS FORMER PRICE. ls:. Od. uEDUJCED TO :1s. D.. '?. . .' SUITS TO ORDER, 42s. 6d.. OPENINCINER. B]ARANCI, 238 SMITH STREET, COLLINGIWVOOD. Opposite Cofee P'alace, and adljoiing tile olte deC'iete 'LuaI nail Discount Comlpanly. TO THE PUBLIC.-Owing to the genrous suplport received frol aiihe pablic/land thlegrl:et and rfnriýalled uccrs we have met with, has induced the Compiany to still furtlier iticreasethiiir enterprise by opeuing a NEW IBRANlGC[L AT 235 SMITII STREET, COLLINGWOOD, opposite the 'Collie Palace. In so.doing;we, feelconlidcnt' we are anticipating .the wants of our many Collingavood and Fitzroy custoniers, fromu whom we hope to receive the saioe liberal support id the future that the public have kindly bestowed upon us' in thepast. 1r , e are ellahi SINGLE'OpA1tIE\T3 at TVHOLESALE, PRICES, and towing lo'tle liberal patroinagel~estobaed l'poii in by ai Discbhiing Pub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

EDWARD CORNELL'S - GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION OF. CHRISTMAS BOXES NEW YEAR'S GIFTS To all CASH PURCHASERS, At either of his Establishments during the LAST TI1HiREE; WEEKS of ISSS. Viz. :'From Mlonday, Dec. I1th, to Satunlay Dec. :;th. I)olls, Toys, Boxes, thiakets, Scrap hooks, Portrait Albums, Framedl 'ictures, trackets, IItll lint Stands, 'apser Mache (:odsr, Work Hioxes, hiago. Purses, Flower V\ases. TlToilet Stands,, Uraellacl Stands. ]hats DrTims, IR OCIIESTEI{ HOUSE New Cash Drapery Warehouse, C-oler of Smith anid Peel Streets, C ., . 1,1N (1 0W , \IAI)ELICEL llOUSE, co:sicr o acensberry andl ,ladeline Sts.. CARLO:1'N. ?205 BOUliKE STREET TIAST. J. WILSON, Practical Watchmaker and Jeweller, S7 GERTRUDE ST'I'REET. (a.srAnuLstiE-D So 5i.-l iTATC IFS, Clocks, c., Wanuanted W for two years. Jewellery mae on the prcomises. 'letacles from Is. cach. A aIrge assaortLmnt of j llll spectacles. FURNITURE. CHEAP ANI) G00), (:O TO GO ODLIFFE'S FITZROY FIURNITURE EXCHANGE, 133 BRUNSW.CI ST. (E...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 22ND. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs Marsden, Tucker, Robb, and Woodhead J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

POLICE INTELLIGiENCE. FITZROY COURT. Stosor, JANoA. Y 2Dn. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs Mars. den, Tacker, Robb, and Woodhead J's.P.) r Ue K AND DItSORDERLY. Frederick M'Laellan, Jas . . Partridge, Charles Meredith, and Timothy Kelleher nore severally charged with thIe above of fence. M'Laehlan having been locked up for several hours was now disclargel. Par tridge antd tieredith wer re e fined 5s., nid Partridge was ordered to pay 2s. 6d. cab ex penses, or in default 24 hours imprisonlent. Kelleher ans fined 10s. or 4 hoursm, tihe or resting constable having had great dificulty in getting him to the watch-house. DRUONK 1.0 CHARGE OF A IIOISE AND VEHICLE. John.M['Lelland was prosecuted for being dirnk while in eharge of a horse and vehicle. Tihe evidence was conclusive. Fined 20s., no alternative rnamed. Maria Thompsoll reas chlarged with having o lawhfl visible means of support. As she had only very recently been discharged from prison their worships lct'hor oil with a sen te...

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