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GIANTS, DWARFS, AND UNITED TWINS. (BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

GIANTS, DWARFS, AND UNITED TWINS. (Bnran mIBH DICoAL bou L) Tax Mormon, Giant Girl, who former ly travelled with Barnum, and has of late been on exhibition at the Bowery museum, New York has lately died. Although only 18 years of age, she weighed 516 Ibs; and her coffin was 6 feet 6 inches in length and 2 feet in width. An unusual number of extra ordinary specimens of the human race have recently been on exhibition in New York, including the North Carolina Twins, or Double-headed Nightingale, the Benoit Twins, which were described last summer in the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal and the remarkable dwarfs known as the Midgets. A number of well-known physicians were invited, a short time since. to make a physical examination of the latter. They areabout22 inches in height, and the weight of the boy who is said to be 14 years of age, is 9 lbs.; while the girl, who is 15, with the long train and all the other ap purtenances of a lady of fashion, or rather of a modern French doll, ...

Publication Title: Mercury And Weekly Courier
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COBURG—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

COBUEG-TuSmmAir. Bird v. Foster-for rent and grazing of paddock in Stockade-road. from 13th DecembertoSOth June 1879, £10. It appears from the evidence of complainant and his son, that on the 13th December 1879, hbe gave the defendant notice that he would require possession of the property in one month's time, from that date. Not getting possession, he obtained an order from the Local Court, and on 30th June. he was put in possession. Mr. Samuel Gillott who appeared on behalf of the defendant, admitted that his client was in possession up to 30th, and was willing to pay the rent due to 13th June £5, but his client had a set off against this of .£4 7s 6d for the grazing of one heifer, for twentynine months up to 31st March 1879. And for the second charge of £5, for grazing from 13th to 31st June, it was out of the juris. diction of this Court, as the charge should be for trespassing, for a tenant overholding was past calling a trespasser. There was a deal of cross swearing, and the c...

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COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. AUG. 6TH., 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. Ave. 6vg., 1879. Present: His Worship the Mayor (Coun cillor Walker), in the Chair. Councillors Peters, Smith, Kelly. Wright, Turner, Hanslow, Bryant and Upton. COBRaEPONDENCE. From Water Supply Department, stating that the complaint made by the Council in the matter of defective pipe laying had been attended to. Councillor Smith said if the Surveyor were satisfied at the manner in which the work was done, he was not. He hoped that in future the Surveyor would put the screw on, and see that the work was better done. The Surveyor said he was not satisfied with the work. After some remarks from Councillor Upton it was resolved, That the matter be left to the Surveyor, with instructions to write to the Department. BEPORTS. FromCemeteries Conference, racommend inig site at Dandenong. Councillor Turner moved, That the report be adopted. Conn. cillor.Smith asked whether the Conference had taken into consideration the expense the publio would be put to in goi...

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COLLINGWOOD—FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

COLLINGWOOD--Famar Before His Worship the Mayor and Iessre W. Kidney, Bell, and Berry. Three children named Holland, were brought before the Court as neglected children. Their mother is in gaol under a sentence for vagrancy. Robert John, aged seven years, Lydia Ann, aged four years, and Charles aged two years, were sent to the schools for eight, eleven, and thirteen years respectively. The Inspector of nuisances proceeded against four tenants of Brown's property, corner of Cromwell and Langridge streets, for having offensive closets. The Bench seemed to consider the owner should be reached, but as the matter stood the tenants only could be dealt with. Three were fined 5s and one 2s 6d with 5s costs in each case.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

S-=LTry KEATING'S ME'S, .BOYS:,< ANfi YOUTHS' Olth1Lrg, R+ fý.ýjjp7ý:l: i~ *: B.ankets, i Sheeting, Q uilts, > A,,:nd everythi~i-~ing in rap.r Bankruipt Sales completely outdeae, 1 Xo Expensive PUFF or SHOW butr .mi ASTONISHING LOW ,PBICES, wa1uw bie plehaedirith the Qiality of thl Good. Where iaXKEATING'8? Why- Nes SMor. toB COLhINGpWOOtdh surry O r.co mewod HXat door.to.Aflan ' cheap Boot and Shoe GENERAL NOTICJT paapprrd ar·ly dell d td a ela'o -sueess or residenoe will be ha la .er qiater,payablein adrance; bypost1s.6ad. 'r The nartr commences o.nthes fi?t.A? day in the 'months of Dpoeinber Marichi, Junzand September.'' I "'the Editor willb be obliged for inform ation--niore especially. relting, e t, loc . SCALE FOB& A1qEBTIBI9j; 1 . Business Cards, per quarter,from 7s. 6d. - e lchh Zserti6n pe rtiic emh 'eni..:2 6d, Wart placed, 'Servantd; Houese aand i· - 'Land for. Sale or to Let,Arti.eles.', , for. Sala or. Exchange, Miscel-,., , laneous, MissingFriends...

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INTERESTING TO ALL (BERMUDA TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

: INTERESTING TO. ALL (szanumU TmstEs.) G?sTlrsnxrr,--I am yet alive,: thanks to Holloway's Pills. Not wishing to become one of the residents of the Professor's in tended Lunatic Asylum now being erected in England. I lately bought a box of Hollo RWay's- Pills, took them at intervals, and refrained from the flowing Bowl, " and -Richard's himself again. Holloway's Pills and Ointnmet are largely used in Bermuda, and that accounts, in my opinion, for the longevity of its inhabitants. I feel quite assured, however, that Professor Holloway ia and hasbeen one of the greatest bene Sectors !to the human race' that has ever, liead,and.that his name will be handed . wn to posterity when the names of our` .?a` t manslayersare forgotten. Sti~aige yfo `y tht wde:, in.different ways, strive' to acquire, the art of '~ . llu,'but our own reservation we take little heed 'o I hate lived?in Bermuda 26. years, aiad in that ti?ie have inquired, of soldiers how'.they :have preserved their health so welL;...

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ELECTION NEWS. COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

ELECTION NEWS. CornLrwooD. Ms. PAex has now come forward and his address will be found in our advertising columns. Mr. Field, his opponent, is work ing hard and will hold a meeting on Mon day next at the Londonderry hotel, Wel lington-street. M?. W'Burza has held three meetings during the week, and is actively pushing his chances. He held that municipal mat ters hitherto have been too much one-sided certain portions of the district being fa voured at the expense of the other. He alluded to the disputes relative to levels and suggested a thorough survey should be made. His views were not altered in rela tion to the question of a loan. He was strongly opposed to it, and went into fig ures to show that the interest and broker age would make a loan of £25,000, payable in twenty-five years, amount to £52,000 for the ratepayers to pay. He was in favor of the Counoil~ndertaking cleansing of closet-pans by letting it out en contract. He looked uponthe matter of the proposed bridge at Simpso...

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THE KANGAROO AT BAY. [?] NATIONAL HISTORY). [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

THE KANGAROO AT BAT. ALTHOUGH we provided with strong limbl and'm hisr'd irj6 - : th p lIfn 3f'ltife of the e df other tegions kWikih i beasts re sbjct to th?,atsIn Aus-f beasts of prey,4gd huptery. %n,,Aps tralia t can?vo d, nd.oteriý,. but there, is a native' dg, t':' din aborigins,' trCrameu 'dog ist, who.enjoya knga.roo hun '':: Th native dogs'run: them down, the natives spear them after, sometimes forming .a great circle aid-closing in; and yelling sad s'houting.- Biit the rifle and trated' bounds have dislodged many more than the natives; and the animals areibecom in iareer niear the sittleinents th'an ii former years. Doigs which tr'n .ny sigits,affordfmany.I an, exciting hunt, and-thekangaroo -starts off, :ounding. at a'great rate; and'clearing'all sorts of imjidinmeiits" with ease.:- -It- is hard riding.- .to ,ieep, with the chase, -iii4d' especially in hot weather, when the kangaroo often escapes, thanks to its grot~e-ewete' pf r nduradide. -.Some times the kangaroo will s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

AUSTRALIAN & EUROPEAN BANK-Limited. HEAD OFFICE: 4 C00LLiNS ST. W. MELBOURNE. Capital ... ... £1,000,000 Subscribed .... . 600,00 COLLINGWOOD BRANCH: 165 Smith Street, Fitsroy. CURBENT Accounts kept, and Intert allowed thereon at the rate of 4 per oet. per annum, calculated on the minimum monthly credit balance, when not under £100. Intrest Allowed on Deposits: At call ...... 4 per cent. Fixed for 3 months ... 5 6 ,, ... 6 1 u . 1 aper agreement. Bills discounted dily, and Cash Credits granted and Advances made on approvep security. Drafts granted on engnd, Ireland, Scotland, and the various gends of the Bank throughout the Australian olonies and New Zealand, at current rates of exchange. exchange. V. . ADDLER, Manager. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES Established 1817. Capital - .£1,000,000 Reserve Fund - - £450,000 A BRANCH of the BANK is now OPESr for the transaction of General Bacnkin Business at 201 SMITH STREET, FITZROY. Drafts issued on all parts of the Wadorld. Bills Discount...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY. (Before his Worship the Mayor, and Messrs. Woodhead, Marsden, Bennetts and Raven, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

POLICE. FITZBOY-Monutr. (Before his Worship the Mayor, and Messrs. Woodhead, Maraden, Bennetts and Raven, J.P.'s.) Sarah Brown - insulting behaviour on Saturday night-Three month's imprison ment. Joseph Ray was charged by Constable Rogerson with using insulting behaviour and obscene language in Smith-street on Saturday night last - the boy lived in George-street and came up with a broad grin on his face - fined 40s, or one month on each charge, cumulative. James English was charged with insult ing behaviour in Brunswick-street on Sun day night last-he was amusing himself by insulting females passing by, and chasing them-Constable McAlium and Mr. James Allen gave the nelessary evidence - fined 20s. or three day's imprisonment. William Doran - fighting in Gore-street on Sunday afternoon - the Constable de scribed a pitched battle of three on a side, thb combatants being stripped to their trousers; be knows two of the offenders, but be only succeeded after pursuit in ar resting the pri...

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SEVEN STAGES OF DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

BEVEN BSTAGE OF DBUKENKKNEES. All the world's a pub, And all' the men and women merely drinkers: They have their hiccups and their stag gerings; And one man in a day drinks many glasses, His acts being seven stages. At firt the gentleman, Steady and steadfastin his good resolvee; And then the wine and bitters, appetiser, And pining, yearning look, leaving like a snail The comfortable bar. And then the arguments, Trying like Hercules with a wrathful frontage To refuse one more two.penn'orth. Then the mystified, Pull of strange thoughts, unheeding good advice, Careless of honour, sodden, thick, and gutt'ral. Seeking the troubled repetition, Even in the bottle,s: mouth; -ad& then quite jovial. In fair good humour while ,the world swims round, With eyes quite misty, while his friends him cut, ull of nice oaths and awful bickerings: And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts Into the stupid, slipping drunken man With "blossoms" on his nose and blea-ry eyed, His shrunken face ...

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COLLINGWOOD—TUESDAY. (Before his Worship the Mayor, Messrs. W. Kidney, Nettleton, Berry, Barrett, Marsden and Levens.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

COLLINGWOOD-Tusnar. . (Before his Worship the Mayor, Messrs.W. Kidney, Nettleton, Berry, Barrett, Mars den and Levens.) Bridget McDonough for being drunk and disorderly was discharged - a night's confinement in the lock-up was quite suf ficient punishment. Henry Kinsella-stealing two bottles of gin, the property of HarrietPryde,on Satur day August 2nd. From the evidence of Mrs. Pryde and Constable Sharp it appeared that early on Saturday evening prisoner and two others went into the City hotel, Johnston-street; they were served with some beer; there was a case of gin in the room; when they left the case was found turned over, and forced open; two bottles of gin had been abstracted, and the prisoner was seen in the street carrying them; he was followed and given into custody. Prisoner declined to ask any questions. He said the gin was taken between them, but he did not take it. The Police gave him a good character for being unknown, and working constantly. The Chairman said the Bench...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

S .. . TTICTORIAN RAILWAYS. TENDERS are invited for the MANU FACTURE and Supply of 1700 TONS of FIS OLTS, Dogspikes and Pines.i A reliminary deposit of' £200 idust aceom y each tender: iii ? 1 particulars a.t the Engineer--m chief' office Spencer-atieet telogne Tenera must be depbted'-in the Rail way Tender-box, .,Cr*n I ( fihda office, Treasury Gardens, at or .beto~.e1. jo'clak noon n Friday, 5th Septembqr .: T lowest or any tender J"- no neces arl accepted:& t )I.!. 1 -JOHN WOODS, 9.8 .iCsiei?n?f Railways. V ICT TO R'I'AxZR A LW AY_ TENDERS are invited for the MA.NU STEEL ":L1[]'?and 140`6o6? df".Steel A preliminary deposit of .£1000 must acf?- py each tender" - ' " L pll:p leid? at the ?.Engineer-in chief's of&f, Spenqer-street, Metbourne. Tenddis m'ust'- de?jsited '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 warily be 'pted. 'JOHN WOODS, =84 Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

A WANT SUPPLIED! ! Cheap Tailoring. THE ORIGINAL WHOLESALE 108 GEITRUDE ST. -'IR?Z3?:tO -. IS NOW OPEN With an entirely New and Varied assort ment of seasonable Tweeds, Coatings, &c. Wholesale Clothing Company's Geelong Tweed Trousers to order 12s. 6d. Wholesale Clothing Company's Geelong Tweed Trousers and Vest to order 18s. 6d. Fit Guaranteed. 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. Terms-Cash. WILLIAM SCOTT VENERAL JOBBING CONTRACTOR CARPENTER & JOINER, 132 OXFORD STREET, 132. COLLINGWOOD, and at 268 Elizabeth Street, MELBOURNE. Estimates given for Shop and Office fittings Step Ladders always in stock. From Elkington, Mason & Co.. Birmingham 77 RUSSELL ST., MELBOURNE, (4 Doors from Little Collins st.) Old Plate, Spoons, Forks, Teapots, Cruet Frames. &c. repaired,...

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FLIRTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

FLIRTS. The serious flirt among us is especi ally dangerous ; and we question if the boldest American, or the most im passioned Italian, ever did more dam age than the quiet undemonstrative English flirt, who takes sentiment as his ground of action and platonism as his point d'appui. Soft eyes that look dark and melancholy in the twilight; a sweet sad voice that awakes respon sive echoes in the imagination of the hearer; a languid, still, and self-con tained manner, giving the impression of a reserve fund of force, of talent, feeling, of capacity for sorrow, of power of sympathy-these are the vari ous items which make up the stock-in trade of the sentimental flirt ; and with these he or she dispenses sweet pain and pleasant anguish to all around. All, that is, who are weak enough to be lieve and innocent enough to be de ceived; and who take tinsel and tinfoil for shining silver and ruddy gold. How much mischief these sentimental flirts doinadayl They give you the im pression that yo...

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A NEW FORCE. (THE WEEK.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

A AEW FORCE. (Tan Wass.) FoR a long time past, as some of our readers may have heard, therb has been great talk about a new "motor" which is alleged to have been discovered by a man named Keely, living in BPhiladel phia. Originally, we believe, Mr. Keely promised to enable the largest steamship to cross the Atlantic with no greater motive power than could be supplied by a bucket of water-no coals, no furnaces, no fire of any kind would be required. This seems a romance but there was something more than imagination in it. Mr. Keely unques tionably managed to set very powerful machinery in motion, at his workshop in Philadelphia, without the employ ment of any of the usual forces, and the experiment were watched by many practical men-among others, as we remember, by the managers of two or three of the great steamship lines. What was his secret? Some said electricity, others compressed air. There were many who did not hesitate to assert that the whole afair was "a fraud," For months to...

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PRESTON—THURSDAY. (Before Messrs. Beaver and Short, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

PRESTON-THURSDAY. (Before Messrs. Beaver and Short, J.Ps.) Ben-Cons. Marks v. William Loveday insulting language. The Constable was walking along the road when Loveday said to him "Hallo ! you were beaten; the boys beat you. You perjured yourself, and I know a man who has given a pound-note to have you summoned for perjury." Defend ant's version was, that he said " Mark's, you were beaten; you did not get much goodby taking those innocent boys before the court." He said he had no thought of offending. Fined 5s. and 2s 6d costs or 48 hours. Eight persons were summoned by the police for offences committed while having the charge of horses and vehicles, and were fined, in five cases, 2s 6d with 2s 6d costs each, and in three cases the fine was made 5s owing to non-appearance of the defend ants.. Carroll v: Hall---goods supplied £6 10s. Defendant offered £3 in a week and the bal ance within six weeks. Ordermade accord ingly with 5s. costs. .Mitchell v. Brown,-goods, £1 14s 6d. Order for...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, AUG. 9, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

PUBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, AUG. 9, 1879. TaT Victoria has been suffering there can be no doubt. That a period of dis tress and even want, like a black cloud, has hung over the land, none will gain say. What the causes may be, there may be possibly be a difference of opinion in relation thereto. Some will attribute it to the two previous unpropitious seasons, in which our farmers, settlers, and squatters, have with difficulty tided over the losses ensuing-others may refer the bad- times to the same troubles,jthat have prevaded Europe, the United States, and even Asia, and the world generally. These no doubt, have exercised a' baleful influence over the colony. Another class will refer it almost solely to the present Gov ernment of the colony, and to the policy they have inaugurated, to the contest between labor and capital, the withdrawal of capital fronm its ordinary legitimate channels, and :the stagnation in all trad~esea" ed hereby. Pgrhaps there is a ...

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SPARE THE TREES. GARDENER'S MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

*SPARE THE TREES. GARDENER'S MAGAZINE. Two facts confront us. and desereve serious consideration. The forests of the world are going, just as the coal beneath our feet- is going-man is a cooking animal, and must have more fuel. In all the great outlets of water foodsimultiply, and become more and more destructive. We are compelled to-ask if there is any necessary, or perhaps. obvious, connection b-etween! tdiet two f?cfs? Undoubtedly there'isi and one of the most simple nature; and one, moreover, that plainly teaches that the.more the earth is. stripped of- its natural clothing in the shape of abor escent 'vgetation,'the more -and more will it become unfit for human habi tation anda bleak howling wilderness. If the race of men wish to hold their place on the planet, therefore, they will do well to preserve a reasonable extent of forest, and, at all events, they . may to: their own advantage occasionally plant for posterity, because, while the trees are growing they will moderate the...

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DISTRESS IN COLLINGWOOD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 August 1879

DISTRESS IN UOLLINGWOOD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCUBY. Sn--It is with no little pleasure and thankfulness to you, I found at the weekly meeting of the General Committee of the Relief of the Distressed in and around Col lingwood, that the contributions sent in from allparts of the country, as well as Melbourne and suburbs, in responca to the appeals made through the Press, amounted to .£499 7s 6d. This is as I, and, I am sure, the reading of this statement will consider a sufficient proof of the general and well-grounded belief in the distress, as mentioned by myself and others, to be ex isting in the district. The large number of 1623 persons had relief in orders for bread, groceries, meals, clothing, or other necessaries. The articles of food were of a continuance of from a few days to three weeks. Need I say many families, through the late depression in trade, became unem ployed, and had gradually parted all their valuables, some of their very bedding and best articles of clothing...

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