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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23RD. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Turner. Marsden, Peters and Barnett, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23RD.   (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Turner, Marsden, Peters and Barnett, J's.P.) James Martin, John White, and Henry Landen were each charged with the above offence. Martin was discharged on condition that he pay half-a-crown cab hire. The others were discharged unconditionally.   WILFUL DAMAGE. Thomas Henderson was charged with wil   fully damaging the property of his brother Robert Henderson. The prisoner appeared in court with his head very much damaged, and he informed the bench that he had been   assaulted with an iron bar and a screw jack in his brother's house. The prosecutor, Robert Henderson, swore that the prisoner smashed the windows of his house, and that that was the wilful damage complained of. He added that he did not wish to see the prisoner sent to gaol. In this case also the prisoner was discharged on condition that he pay for a cab that had been engaged to take him to ...

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BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24TH. (Before Mr. Shuter, P.M., and Messrs. Stranger, Talbot, Breeze and Harrison, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 January 1883

BRUNSWICK COURT. W?EDNtN,.5V, JA.. gl4T. (Before Mr. Shuter, P..1., andl Messrs. Stranger, Taliot, Breeze and Harrison, J's.l'.) David tlis wasa chargel ith tlhe above offence. The evidence showed that lhe was very drunk and disorlerly on Sunday after noon. Fined 2ts. with the alternative of three days in gaol. he ]Borugh In,~lototr sulntonet d Joseph Gamble for laving a ahnusace pon his pre misso. The evidence of the inspeetor, corroloratcl by that of -Mr. William Middle, went to show that a tquartity of night-ooil hod Ilee deposited in all old quarry-hole ont the defendant'tl land, and.tlhat tile stench Ironl tle a?et eaom netlilng horrible. the delfendant plcado l that tie tnuisance Itatl ieen createl without his knowledge, and also that he had done all he couhl to albate it. Fined i20s. with :tls. thl. ousts. The itne and coLst were paid. 31rs.Annoe Coffey, licetnsee of tihe Sadonia Hotel, was prosecuted under tile ith section of the Trade tMarks Statute for having on her licens...

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BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31ST. [?]efore Messrs. Stranger, Harrison, and Talbot, J's.P.) A CASE OF MOTHER-IN-LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

f BRUNSWICK COUILI'. 1, VFII,SEsI)AI ,ISt :LIST. lr .Messrs. Stroal r. lfarrison, Rild T'aflbot, .5sf1'. ) .\ O.10: tI MOITII:iL-I o.I . yIo) ,plllia mlllollelCd l llr l n-lc.l0liw oe tr fk r illelgally idotiithl a ity of lloprty, hhl Uding si cral lay ?g hcai not six pnlhs Of ladies' stockings, e wholn valued at :|(pl MIht. (iyfllsa ippcaredlfor tlhe complainant d Mhr. Colhke for tiue defnIcoe Ilain was a+ erly peculiar cae. 'l h c louc vi went to hallow that iMrs. ihka 1i Ilan hIci hisiiiii, Mr. lEliward ahlea, iesohlo for moliio cunsiderab ia iait house Iologleg it to tmdefindanit, , lierl. 'ri'o hloiowao iot.\ii ,ii.stre..t, nswick. Ir. A\rcler, sonu., father of the defendant a thlli cas, lived at M.r. and Mra. Spoak o i,. Mr.irll'eii. r oiI, isal.,sll Mr. Speakmanla ipa th, I, o flast hia wla, bot Mr. \rcher, w., ool Mrs. Xpoiihklii oool lisOt agtoe lit Sall. 3'l'hy had11131 Ooii irolyralotit ilstiitgl eggo nlid lillits of wool tlhrowa at the loaying L- s. Ilurilg iioe of tlhea...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

THE STAGE. TIltATILt irOYA.Y Thi gs arn still the snimo at tih Thlcntr lRoyal, tih pnitoimno being still sntfliicatly nttractlio to lrnw fair Ihouses. it will bho repented again this oevenig nod daring tho week. '• ir 'tl11xCC TI THRATIIM·. No clhngo hna takeo placo at tihe abovo theatro dlring the week, "la IStocotto" still Ioldiog Its own nll drawving good hoos to . witnes is Ito rddolioo. As tihe play io qestto ion ra videnotly iot'the taste of til 1pihio thern Is nvery probolblity of Its f.ing contilucd for oumo tihin yet to come. II11U TitltATi.u Clarkso mil llymin's noipoaal; osaistitl Messrs. Lawto, DIeoario, ond tixoa'o ir stials ham bete nppnearing at tihe Itijc 'ti'hetlo dirting tihe week to aplcnlit ouse 'T'h clleonrtariminlt of whicth wi onvualrea gties a detnailed naccoiunt, is really lr?t olo it isti however Ilo scan to o appreiont lFor tlis oveaiig an entiro cihango of p rlaie, will bIe givin, ald will bh repeal during thU week. m IlanSoloo'i TIImATIIit The .Mamolth %...

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ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH, COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

'S'. P1111.IP'S CIIUIIIIl, COILIN1(. 11l001 f. ----------- Tl'hu nomial Ineolttig of thle parihhlioler of St. Philip'", Colliflwood, wno held oe Sloe. day ove hig, i, n to hooleoolroom, Illddle. 8lteta, tllu lttelllllo IIIiUhlJto l aibOlt 10, tha Ioer. .1. Coaton ltll th chir. T'I hellyreh wanleels nno vestry, hi presentglc their an. alln riepolrt nlll ltill?oetl toltellet lor tle year 1882, exIpresoed Ienoauoe nid atlotfe Iti I h le ig bl to u allullll flthat the par. odellal fuind oas (oitte equal to tile extllatfel nln0llt. l'Tlh totaIl eeeilyt for tihe year amouted to £51l1 ls. l Il.; tLe xnellenditure to £110 ItI. h., Iraviug ielit Ihlatio of £1C Its. 7., which wna olloro e thlaol eorel by oerdenusnu aentl. lindo It not. Ihenk for the extra nlolltllt laol for muoh-eeedd hn Ive etlll ll all reaiLtes, there wooin l havea erlln altt ibslanta l lance to thl ereclit of the irotohial fend. I)Irg the ein asto Ilo redl laoollo orgian had Ieen eroetedl in the elfhori, the 11ld oells m.h...

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DISCUSSIONAL COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

l)IIIOSSIONAL IJLUMN. TO P Or IIITOII 0P TII Yllm T ltOY CIT' 1'I1K?o. HMr,-Jnvonls in your last Iseo mnokes the adlcovury that ovary o dou ois out agree witl hth views o hasb blleet cl ronIfil. What ai olnlly after thu two w t alorfll dlsortnatloll Io hne gteoll ti 111a It Is lnrd to bay what, oar llollnlly I fuel very lorry tlat tin rend Oer of tlh "Ulty oe're" enllot IIII 1It ht tleir hearls to sownllow hIs WOlillorfl Ilixsw . torn o nluiootllo ulow. v1100l II the hash ho fins 0erv1e p hll btIa llefr0e frollt oalltrol. lloisanoll dullu iuil ros ires ptlion, aiin If It had brt l t01010 slighutly oorl o pahlatllu Iby !the pcteor and anslslloig of proof IosllU, of whloh It Is enithrely. devobwild, Iy el'Ol tllan Mr. dItllor, th lu 1000ieoi thlllg wea rid glue yollr reiloor luheadalches, Ileartbnll0 a0 tery vore 1ill t101lla t a ttacks of r lleiltall Ilysllpsla. Iaoll llire R er loIll l't w0lit yolr Ilper slotppedll Iby solllborilors ieeolllilg Illcllally llcnl0ltatoll froIlt potlllo...

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THE WONDERFUL WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

('_ \h11mlh:lfSE1'N0 ýACii It Is Impoeelibl ,"t orly Impoce,1q nlady ('nl sitclleo tliney la, addiiae' accurately Ilayhlad can t? iwaoll ae r fill, .Vqrtohtn;: %facldnes, us, a?otanatlam of the waork whic, h a l , erta saa .lV , shm ac at~lu c ,ýVo cwill give her N slall mnak e.wth t(ile S lnaathtio ,2 stitclhes to Ilinli j Alth Nc he 4 , Of0 I n l|zlliac, , ~ ly accurate, aind tot U itehclIIh. It was Iutntcled .to iairialll, ftlt weo ito linatriafs, awltlcl ateonld rlthe%.;. hcadllngmay, be tiriced racah titriaontio. Shea fuly acnthrs lorhiadx~ I.tlmhO. h i; etmy oxtro, Ih ma SAME .IVRN'T' 1I, Fomliy , 'lm I anioacnlr thread (uaad a o1) eotwllgoclsinaallylneatsu h tauIy eat eork th.that a ha artcha 'lnn¥tafole l of' tced or thitnh twcccy. falciafo. aawa.ai eaaim aii air t of aottol or thread,h mnh a rsa th utmost aelo adl rapihty T clothhg, upon which moiith. lose their, chiolac hendetaiwolrk thlay' anit, ithe 'drtiaangraoon carpt may a , atttched by Ith wonadalG \stn l0hhme " Unlt...

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IMMORAL HOUSES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

IMMORAL HOUSr S.. TO Tilt EDITOR orF THIE FITZROY CITY 1.8Iai, Sir,-I mark with satisfaction the result of the cage against the woman Munro at the Fitzroy Court on Thursday last, for I think it full tim that asomething was dano towards ridding our nce lightfud Fitzroy of these infrnl dense of infamy, which presentthem selves largely and oldly unler our very noses. Almost e ery street is more or less ihcited, scanes aro ronted nighlt ami clay which would Im indescrihabli, and yet thero . seems to have been no previous offort molao to clear them out. Decent and rreapectable citizens, old raesilents, people in goml p?i. lions nlst grieve to iear it, otheIrwise dla. grace tihmsaehes in a public court c and why all this, the answavrs I~would give are simply plain, and as overy one knows, truthful. Firatly i W io ea le proper mnanagement fnulr local police furco. Secondly Our nagltratroe in inot tas enotgh severity. Thiirdly : W want m polieo magistrate, and last Iit not ileast we wanct e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

It's ". e BPEsoAL' OL1fMmt'. p. t ._. ..___ __ dF . Jl' RITTWENr tho eZO aido Properties For Soleo sn To Let. de, MONEY TO LEND di= GE o ou TFor the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company . ,, Capital .. . £1 ,000? i. LOW 'EST CURRENT RATES. 4 I t thus and unkIsu Yir I' cr .In very variety, at auch la ss? s pll i llynd t to their lly a l to dol I . . nr'tIGRRE' SEWING TEACINES 10,.0n per week,wTre shl lat yC ,,i IS ' LUI : IIILU '?,S oLD0. FUICiSHIG 'I In every ilaretd.y .. suh to HARMAC E TAAT AL COMIPTITIOS. Patet and Illilciaesnd ottcrs fovsouring them sith ely a oall fll tiudIt to itheir odvontago Co do so their businso s at this estaflisfoeoC. . . "PRE And Family l -' For Ci eolcbreated i SINGER'S" SEWfING ýIACIIINES Tho seupcrioiity of CheosdeMaofltoes is It rovuedlb thyac foo lio C 561,016;, or over S10,00 per k, k ind sold lst yer. ro on -J.-LIBERAL TEIRIMS: SJ.:PLN. NORTH t 110USB' DECORATORi," ETC.,' i Boot and. hoI; RAE STREET. NORT FITZROYt o Estima Goods Fresh Dai...

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ST. LUKE'S, NORTH FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

ST. LUKE'S, NORTHI FI'I'ZROY. Thi anniversary rervicec in connection with the albove church were hehl last Sulnday. In the morning the service was conducted by the Rev-. W. A. Brooke of Sandridge, who preaches a most excellent discooure, taking for his text " For ye suaer fools gladly see ilg yo ourselves ar T wise." . Cor., Ilth chapter, Inth ver.. It is lehldom. lie aidl thattlie form of speechl knlown a irony is adopted ill the New 'l'cstalnent, milder and I more persuasive methrals lbil_ generally I use.ll to bring men to a knowledge of the i Saviour : but there are times whel irony is more elle'.ual than anything else in con vining men of thie error of their ways. St. 'aul henll ie wrote these wonls was, as it I were, stauiing oil his trial Ifore tile very liurch of which le iwas fatlhecr, and behlt, il a nlneure driven into a corner, ie wooul~ inatrally mnateI at every weapon of argu iment that came within his reach, amongstI others that of irony. The text might be piraphased ...

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IMMORAL HOUSES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

IMMORAL HOUSES. TO TIIE EDITRl IOF TilHE FITZItOY CITY PREiY. Sir,-I mark with satisfaction the result of the case aganlst thle woman Munro at the Fitzroy Court on rhurolay last, for I think it full time that something wasdone towards ridding our once delightfil Fitzroy of these iefeasrl des of infamy, which present tlem. selves largely and boldly under our very noses. A.llst every setr is ore or less infested, scenes are enacted night and day which woutl be indescribable, anl yet there seems to have been no previous effort lmade to clear tlem out. Decent uld respectable citizens, old residents, people in good posi tions most grieve to hear it, othlerwise dlie gtace themselves in a public court; and why all this, the answers 1 would gie are simply plain. and as every onle know, truthful. Firstly : We have no proper miloglcment in our local police force. S?tondly : Our magistrates do not use enough severity. Thirdly : We want a police magistrmte, and ]nst but not least we want imen, ...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. IMATCLHi PLATED LAST $i.TURntY,. Fitzroy Allberts v Fitzroy United. The United batted first, Linklater and Walker being their first representatives, and were not separatdl until 1 lnrims had been totalled, when Linklater was bowled by MlcNab. Robinson joined Walker, but dlid not remain long at the wickets. tihe former being bowled by McNalb, and the latter caught off the saone bowler. MclCrood played well for 6, but none of the others remained long at the wickets, the innings closing for 50. The Alberts then wcnt to thie wibets, and when time was called, had scored lid for the loss of 1i wickets. ]urroughs and Carter were the lirot roprroentatiro, hc fonncr seingl run out when only 5 nts n'ere madne. McNab followed, and batted splendidly for 6t, when lie was Iroled by Robinson. Carter was soon after caught off the same bowler for IS. Maddox made 13: not out, Quint 5 not out. .TlHl' ES FORe T1iS 1)A. " Fitzroy Alberts v. Lorne, on the ground of the latter. Al...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

THE STAGE. Things are still the same at the Theatrec !Royal, the lantonsimi being still snfoliciently attractive to draw fair houses. It will Ito repeated again this evening and during the week. No change Iha taketn lace at the above theatre duii?n the week, " La 3lasotte" still holding its own and drawing gotl houses to aritnes its piolostion. As the play ii question lhas evidently hlit the taste of the public thelo is every probability of its being continule for some time yet to Clarke ananl ns I e n.rs slstny assisted by l3essrs. Lawton, Dearin, nat "Dixon's .Min strels have been appearing at the lBijou Theatie during the week to splendid houses. The entertainment of which we haveCah;dly given a detailed arsountt, is really first class, it muistuhowever bl seen to Inbe appreciated. For this evening an entire change of pro graine will In: giver, and will Ie repeatdl tduing the week. The lnamitmoth Minstrels and Variety Company lhave been appeaing to goatl houess at l lIadtmT'sT ll...

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ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH, COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

ST. PiILIP'S CliiUlCII, COLLiXO. - WVOOiD. The annual meeting of tile parishioners of St. Philipis, Collingtwool, was held on Mon dlay creintg, in thle scitool-i-mn, Hialhlle street, tle nattendane e nttlllllering aout :lot, the Rcr. .1. Caton in tile chair. The chureh. wticllus anlt vestry, in pIresentinig their an nual rep?srt nld financial sltterent for the year 188I , expressedt pleasure and latisfac tion in being able to announce that the par clial funtd las lquite equal to the estimatedl amouont. The total receipts for the year amountnte to £~:i! lis. 11h1.: the expenditure to £6t05 1s. til., leacilg a dclnit lutlance of £1:l 14t. 7., which tta more than covrered ry ovenlue seat rents. iad it not been for the extra uanount t paid for much-neateel iml provements anid relmirs, there would have Itent a substantial balance to the eredit of the paroehhii fund. I)Ltrlng the year a nne\ andi valuable origani had etii erected ii the chuerch, the old one having beetn retaintd ani remov...

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THURSDAY, FEB. 1ST. (Before the Mayor, and Mr. Delbridge, J. P. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

T?rtsu.DAv, FElt. Isr. (lefure the Mayor, and Mr. l)elbhrMge, I.P. Peter Keunelly, Fraueis Wstaway and William Wilton were chargeul with the ablove offlee. Kemnedy was remallded, Westaway was r adlllal , antl Wilson was tiuet 5s. wlith "s. l(i. cab expet?es or in dsfatlt 24 hours. Edward Potter was plusecuter by Conu. stirhle Ryan for insulting hClolsaiotr in a public place. The evidence was collcusie. Finod l0s. or in default three daysin goal. A well-.known rmsident of Webb-street nuamel Annie lonro was brought up charged with obeing the keeper of a house frequentedl by 1perso Ishaing no lawful visible means of support. Tli hbench seotenceld the pri soner to 12' months incarceration. .r. Lyons hav noUticer of aplxal. Liezic Lucas, Louisa lIerliner, n.Ile i-il liver, ellie \Wilsou, Mary talmcr, iary3 Marton auti Loaisa laidhtaralias Iloshrorssa were brosught up charged with having no lawrfd visible means of support. They Irtc discharged oil conrdition tliat they lo .e Fits roy owit...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

1o T?1t EDliTO O(F Tilet FIr1.RW CITY uRI-ns. Sir,-1 have read thie two letters written by .1ovulnis in your diacussional column, dis pliting tie account of Adam as it is rcornled in the book of (enelsis. He says, " What I do war against and object to is crror, amn fallnacy, snperstition aud ligotry blinded with unreasoning dicty and grovelling ncat." I wish.lIvenlis to be mIloor otiols in what he states against the Divine word, as people that live ino glass honses ought not to be the first to begin to throw stones. I would like' to know if hIe hasJ taken advantage of your lilonral oler k iniig a column to the poblic for free and open discussion of any subject that is of any value, for to now broadcast the seed of infidelity, as many young per sons are growing up in our midst, who know nothing or very little of the sact?l truths in the Bible and are very- easily led into this so called reasoning, very s~oln becoming soffers and deniplca of mioderl freethooght and infi delity. If a m...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30TH. (Before Messrs. Turner, Barnett, and Marsden, J's.P.) MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

COLLINGWOOOD COURT. TeesirY, AsesAor 3TnH. (Before .Messrs. Turner, Iarnett, and Marc den, .I's.P.) Isabella fuans, charged wit!h habitual drunkenness, and Ellen Townsend, charged witlh disorderly conduct in the public streets, wvem each sentenced? to si Imolths implison To larrikins nlamed respectively W\illiam Thompson anl Thomas Darby, for inciting a prisoner to resist the police, were each wcntensed, to one month imprisomuncnt with out the option of a line. IA ýSIad TIm s AIla: II. o L'l s be :1 lad..m1IIve Ambr~ose Allatt whot was be fore this court last week, was charged with insulting behaviour in a public place. It waa proved that the accused and nine other lads went into the Yarra to bathe, and ia mediately afterwards, while in a state of nudity, went to a Chinalman's house and commenced to pelt stones at a unamber of of Chinese who were emoloyedl in gardening operations. The bench descrilbed the con duct comlplained of as most disgraceful, but beitng unwilling to send the ...

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DISCUSSIONAL COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

DISCUSSIONAL COLUMN. TO TIHE EDITOIL O TIHE FITZLOV Ca" P ,ILESW. Sir,-Juvenis in your last issue makes tile discovery that every one does not agree with the views lhe has been enunciating. What a pity. Hlow Ie must lo disappointed, espe. ceally after the two wonderfol dissertations he hals giieu u on, it is Ihal to say what. Sarlonically, I feel very sorry that the read ers of the "City Press" carnnot find it in their hearts to swallow his wodlerful mix ture of atheistic stew. Eren if the hash Ihe has served up had ibeen free frolm coantrdic tieons andl dorgmatic p1.r-sumptior, and1 if it lord beei raids slightly nore palatable Iby the pepper and lrsconing of proof positive, of which it is entirely devoid, why ever then M1r. Editor, tile nauseous thing wold give your reaie rslh?laches, hrartlhu:n, anl very severe nod violent attacks of tental dlyspepsia. I at sa re, Sir, you don't wart your oaper stopptl by sueasrilter Isetsilrrg mientally incapacitate? from pondering its contents ...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR STORY TELLER. WIFE OR WIDOW? CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

h It , _a I Ol WIDDI" Ioollooo,.,o~ .o 'crIPITERIi '. .onoh !i'But it signlfes to ne whether your wile o,Ih boars esmpectable name or no." s?.;o: !'you r the ollly poersl I ewer calrd ,,n jnulente & wo againest Mibes l)ooerinog. ý. , Ca you keep aosecret I" O., -Of rourse, 1 canl," hu answored, cromaly. r+t" "wl Thln look here." ' 1: o Sh~,i; he tmulo hint lint rend tIe Ihecrlptlon ont ,the titlrtpdgo of Coettance' he ook, t nd thoul i on hahddlhim 3n PFroat'e letter, ojo i,+ Well.dl.eatl .h|rodeic, who wase tlidly l <onhtnodred ned eoultd,: thelore.oanFonl to rril b6 adllOenot; I don't se whant this pentes. er. olt. masooa e only on odd collc.lldeob lifter ni s i.nialld ? ita proparol fo all eorts of ex cu fe,'n dd.Ced e Colls, ImpntloUtly, i "but, for ,in,,loy ptart,!I mn'eotrily oennonced theat Mite l, I)eeriengls ltnpoeg: hernell upon ls, uoder' o la flda?o.tne ratl thaot:hoale,• ie realltyt, ?:thel wife of noeu called fa tter. .. ,' i. ,I .t, Iftyou, reeo Ian...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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