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

SPECIAL COLUMN. F. J. BRITTEN, I FITZROY PROPERTY EXCHANGE, RAE STREET Properties For Sale and To Let. MONEY TO LEND On Freehold Security. A G E N T For the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. Capital - £1,0-2,000. LOWEST CURRENT RATES. Losses promptly and liberally nettlcd. F. H. H. BRITTEN & CO., No. 0 BRPITTEN'S BUILDINGS, RAE STREET ]IUILDEIS anld FURNISIIING IRONMONGERY In every variety, at such PRICES TIHAT DEFY COMPETITION. Buihlers and others favouring them with a call will find it to their advantago to do their Ilasiness at this establlish ent. A i E N. T For the celebrated SING( ER'S SEWING M ACHIIINES The superiority of these Machines is proved by the fact that 561,0:16, or over 10,000 per week, were sold last year. LIIEIIAL TERMS. W. PILLE Y, HOUSE DECORATOR, ETC., IntTEN'S t nt ILDINGS, RAE STREET. LEtimatcs oiven for General Repairs.' Orders prosptly attendmed to. Painters' Materials of All Kinds Always on Htand. W. H. EAGER, PHIIARMACEUTICAL CIEMIST....

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

ESSAY ON rOOKS, TiIEI HISTORY AN)D INFLUENCE. - -------*-- Bl R. C. MxILER, Ltot.smlms, FrenzOY PIrouL LtIItL.RY. (Cotinued fromnt our last.) As types of the best authors in modern liction Oe oi"lht mentiont in Lpassng,. the namtes of Sir Walter Scott. Capt. lMarryat, Miss oIulocl. Charlotte lronte. \'. M. Thackeray, Charles Dickens, J.. F. Cooper, RIt. H. ]Oallantyne, W. I. (G. Kingston, .Jules Vere, no, l Anthony Trollope. T'here are others, lbt this will be suollicient for our guidance. Unfortunately a large number of our population crave for sensatlonal novels or books of that clas, contatining tales of love, courtship a mal rriage, nil aldmitted to be very. important in thls sworld of ours, but whrlichl ill tile great majority of cases, are sadly tisrepreescltct natd oabuset ill these RLoois. Retdin It ld looks inl many cases leads to guilty actions, and we have no doubt htt l tat the romantic novels of the present day are responsible for tile ruin of mtillions physically. tett...

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OUR STORY TELLER. WIFE OR WIDOW? CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

OUR STORY TELLER. WIFE OR WIDO?'? CHA1PER IV. "But it signifies to me whether your wife bear a respectable aame or no." "You are tile only person I e?er heard insinuate a wont against Miss Deering." "C1o you keecp a secret!" "of course, I sn," lie answered, crossly. "Then look here." She nsade him first read the inscriptio 0on the title-page of Constance's book, and theln handed hisn Miss Frost's letter. "Well," said Frederi, who was deeply enamoured, and could, therefore, allbrdl to tIe indulgent, "I don't see whatthlis proves. It siay be only an odd coincidence, after "I was quite prepared for all sorts of ex euses," said C.cilia, ilmpatiently, "blut, for my part, I ant entirely convinced that Miss Deering is imposing herself upon us, unlder a false nanme; and that she is, in reality, the wife of a mau called Ritter. "If you are so convinced, Cecilia, why don't you prove itl" ""Ion eaus I eitjst ut yet, lbut I am work ing stetadily towards that crld ; and r Ilare no doubt that, be...

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

BRUNS'.WICK COUIRTI'. (lefore .iLemt. e tra iecr. larrisoll, and Talbot, Xs.1.) P. . a".\ýE OF MIITIIEIt-IN-1_.W. Mar÷y Speakma t sunmonee her stn-in-law Charles Archer for illegally detainein- a qluantity of rol-'perty, incltdil;n several lay ing hens an i si iair of ladies' stockings, tlhe whole valued at :ill. .tr. (;rylls appeares for the complasiant and M\r. Croklr flr the lfesuce. This was a very Ipeculiar case. Thle evidence went to show that Mrs. Speakman and heir helsosd, Mr. Edward Speakman, resided for esone eonsiderhble time is a house taloneging to the.lefendaut, r.Arher. Archer. holl hoos was i lMer-ie-street. BrunIiwick. M1r. Archer. .el., father of the defendant in this ease, lithat at Mr. al-I MMra. Speak man. Mr. Archer, seC., atd 31r. cieakshisa atpsear to Ibe fast frieinds, lut Mi. Archer. senl., anul Mrs. Speakman could not agree at all. They had sevnal quarrels about mlissing orgs and hillits of wood thrownat the laying iens. During nle of theec iuarrelsa lmcke...

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

OPENNG NEW IBRANCHI? 238 SIITH ST. "REDUCED _PRICES!!! WHOLESALE CLOTHING COY., PREMIER TAILORS OF AUSTIRALIA. GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS FORMER PRICE, ?1s. &6. REIUCED TO 10s. 6D. SUITS TO ORDER, 42s. 6d. OPENING NEW BRANCH, 2:18 SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD. Opposite Coff?c Palace, ad. alijoining tile ?Monte d~ Piete Loan andi Discount Compaliy. TO THE PUBLIC.-Owing to the generous support received from the .public, and thile grt land unrivalled success Awe have met with, has iliduced the Company to still further increase their enterprise ?iv opening a NEW IlRANCI AT238 SMITH STREET. COLLINGWOOD. opposite the Colibe Palace. In so doing we feel confident we are anticipating the wants of our ma:ny ' ollin-wood and itziy custoslers, froil wlhoi we hope to receive the sname lilierAl support in the future that the public hiav kindly' bestowed upon us in the past. We are selling SINGLE GARMENTS at WHOLESALE PRICES, and owing to the liherail patronage bestowed upon us by a Discerning Pu...

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

EDWARD CORNELL Begs to annoonce his A.NNUAL STOCKTAKING SALE, COMMIENCING THIURSDAY,. FEB. 1st. Extraordinary Inducemlnts will be offered to buyers. 1F See Special Price List. .. Intending Purchasers will do well to COME OR SEND EAIRLY. New Cash Drapery Warehouse, Corner of Smioth and Peel Streets, CO:.LINGWOOD, And MADELINE IIOUSE, corner Queensberry and Maldeline Sts., CARLION. 205L BOUIIKE ST'i?I'T' EAST. J. WILSON, Practical Watchmaker and Jeweller, S7 (EIRTRUDE STIEET. (ne.s:r.aeuL E 25 r arls.) JTATCHES, Clocks, Cc., Warrnted or wpr oe yea. J ITowellery lmade on the Alrnd-ian . .pettc1 O frmIII I. each. _t hlrge assorltment of pchl,le 0plctales. FURNITURE. If yon wazot aiy, a.iei tohao it CHEAP AND COOD, OO TO G00DLIFFE'S FITZROY FURNITURE EXCHANGE, 133 BRUNSWICK ST. (ESTABLISHE D IS::.. Good and Cheap is thile plan I try, I ask you all to Co me l Iand y With toe you need not fear the 'rigger.,' The Goods are all Mlarked in Plain Figures. If you want to BUY or wish to SELL, Yo...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. Tile usual fortnightly meeting of the City Council was held yesterday eveningl. 're sent, the Mayor (Cr. Moore), and Cea. Hol len, Showers, Brooks, Phlipps, Grigg, MlcMahon, cid Woodhlecd. The minutes of the previous mieeting and the outward corresponldenlce were read nalt confirmedl. CORIiIIIroNDIENce. I. From tile secretary of the North Fitz- I roy Schlol of Design ackinoledgiag rrceipt ol Council's donatioa of live guineas.--Roe ceived. ". From Mr. It. L. Middleton directing I attention to a nuisance ill the right-of-way at the rear of Arnold's cottages, Fergi.c-treeot, owing to defective drainage.-Rteferrd to tile lspector of Nuisances. :. erom. the aecretarv of the Fitzroy Drnl aind Fife Baud asking for tile prive lege and authiority to style tile new Brass 1 ]bnod foriedt byt tile Illelllrs, tile City of Fitzroy Blras l"ad.--let ast grante?t . 4. Froim Mesrs. Aebcrk, Morrow, Quin ane, Couclheinla , Blailey, \leagerill and ketoo, Clhelh-streeet, Fitzroy, a...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, FEB. 3rd, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

SATUIDAI)Y, FEB. :crd, ISS:. Tili: one topic during the latter half of i the week, has been Sir Bryan O'Logh- t len's coup-d'-itat. We may safely say l that it was a complete suprise and has , created a great diversity of opinion as to its policy. Some politicians and parties feel very sore at being taken uncrwares, the mlore so that the time allowed for electioneering is so very limited. How\ever all are on the saome footing in this respect, and non1e pn i claim a start in thle race. It has beenI1 •add that the Catholic body were ap prised of the coup and are in an ad. vanced stage of preparation. How- , ever, this must be judged by the source from which it springs, and is scarce entitled to much credit. A general election was not far oil; and the usual energy of the clergy of this denomina tion, in organising in advance, no doubt gave rise to the rumor. Be that as it may, it cannot materially alfect the re sult as the public were in the dark completely. We know that one of the sit...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

ESSAY ON BOOKS THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. BY It.. it.I.l(n, LIIIIImAfniA 1I oFoior P'ri.io LI.iIinnAiu,. (Conillinld fionl our last.) An typos of tll l eat authors in modern fatloin w milliht intiIllonul ii f iinhig, the /nnlaen of Sir 1'talter toult, Calpt. anrrynt, MIss Mulloh, Charlotte llooit, \1', M. 'I'lickeray, Charles Dickens, . F. Cooper, IL. I1. ffollarllooa, 1'. II. I. (linston, Jules Vorlo, aill Aillthloy Troollop. T'hlin nor ollurs, hnt till will HI snllloollt for our gllloaco. Unfortunately a forgo Ilbllle of oir poullatoll croli for loslrtiolll iiovlan or books of tIlol class, oolnliinog tales of lol, licortenlp anl ilarologo, all Illntteil to io rcry lilmorltlit to tills arolod of oers, bt oll k whc i ithl gieat iajority af rases, ar snally iollropronentold nill abasonl il thelse looks. Reading bad books in many cases leads to guilty actions, and we have no doubt but that the romantic novels of the present day are responsible for the ruin of millions physically, me...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 29TH. (Before Messrs. Raven, Robb, Marsden, and Woodhead, J's.P.) MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 February 1883

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. -4--- FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, JANU.ARY 29T. (Before Messrs. Raven, Robb, Marsdlen, and Woodhead, J's.P.) For being drunk anl disorderly. Henry Hlluntingford was fined 5s. with the option of 24 hours incarceration. Augustus Sorith, charged with stealing pigeons, was remanded for 7 days. Edward Potter who had pleaded guilty to a charge of having stolen two doves, -as sentenced to be imprisoned until the rising of the eourt. ]Bridget Nicholls who had assaulted her husband with a candlestick and a flat iron, was onlered to lild one surety in the sum of £.5 to keep the peace for six months. INSULTING 1tE11"IOUil Alfred Cross was elhrgedl with insulting behaviour in a public place. The evidence of Constable O.Sullivan went to show that at a very early hour on Monday morning the prisoner was fightin with anotlher man in Vbeb-strte . Fiune O5s. or itt default 24 hours imlprisounlent. ALLEI?EI, A.A tU LT. A dissipatel looking individual named John Lees was brought up char...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

,. SBI1"IAL COLUllC ; MN,. . i "0, i. .A Pz P L". E, 70, SMITH STltEl 1,;' S:PASTRY, COOK 0ION. F 'IO 0 N E t. Club' Socalas Tea Meoligs, l'lenils, cod S"' Weddling lreakfnat, Ltore". ' for at PRICPS THAT DEPY COMPETITION. :BR i1" CAK hS1 IELLIlES, 'o '" modo to Olcrder. rI?l0 LMPSO ' AN ND SON, la iMfactou rs ofd ALL KINDS OF' IRIUSIIWARII ; 205 IRUNSWICK ST. Tile oCiaca t louse hi the District for S llIoueahold Iralshls. 1' R [O T C AII I - rI) SADDLIER,& iHARNESS 180 IIILUNS\WICK STREET FrrEnoe. A cloice srelectio if lorny, Ore, Can, ond ID nocIAI.oarv always o00 ioad. E EvaIn RtQneoIrr. in tho TrId Slipplled, S AM U"'"L II A It S It Y, 81 BRUNSWICK ST. USIIII11tLLAS RECOVERIILED and IREPAIRED, and made equal to new, at Lowest 1'plces. A trial ls solicited.' All orders pnetually attcI(ncd to, rw i Nr N il D Y, IIOUSE, LAND & INSURANCE AG ENT, 08 & (10_ SIMPSON'S IROAD, NORTH RICilMOND, . toents Collected and Ieoses Let. AGENT FOR QUEEN INSURANCE CO. liV It...

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MESSRS. TUCKER AND REID. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

MESSRS. TUCKER AND REID. M?essrs. Tucker nod Reld addressed a large meeting in the 'Town Halll on 'heres. dlay e?;ening, Mlr; Btals occupying tlcclmicr. I introduclog thli candiclet, helo cohdemnced thle late Gioermelnct, alnd trusted Fitzroy would rotelltt issiran,. Tukeor and ]lell. ' Mr. Tucker said he appeared for the sixtih tihe before tho electors and thought he conhl dlnicn to Mlvo fillilled all the promises lie had ever made. lI considered I'it a dia Irac thllt the O'Logldun Uorcernicet had forcnl o na disolutieo after ildrngng thu coahtry in the eiire. nIe ridecllled the cce stittteiona party, wrlicl h teblaned for the flilrctofthnolan. Herohltelocttheproitebo mode by Sir Blryan 0 Loghle o at Laocufiold, and 'charged hihm wuith not having fulfllled one. He charged the Preiter witli malking il2 apelointonts it the civil service, anm oa lie had kept silent on the point at Lance. iell, that was prooI ugaiest thu Obern"l ioiit. No elstimaites hain-ver hca hrouglht tilloy Sir Ir...

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ST. BRIGID'S CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

ST. lItIOID'S CONCERTI'fAN ;BAL1'':7i'I io very esucossfloconertand,aorll wal tmrir helo in St. Brigtd's schoolroom, North ,Fitza i,, roy, on Friday 2d' insht., tbe, procednsl.o! on?l Svhttch ar to, do- to t0 e ofunds of, thol ii rirculatiug librry ito contetlon wlth the .ire , school, .T.' euntroduotory~itm ,of,tho;pero. n|i grmnmo was a piano solo by. ieis A. M'Car. ?nt thy,- consisting of a fantas.'eon Irish airsu.ior .oI t .which the ýpianists received. well-moriteldt n, boarty.applaneo.: Mr.J.B. J 'Gowanlfol- .|i.I owcdr.rwithf,'!I ireamrt.moy, little'.b oylof.,qti , thee," aed want well receivred.,-" Tho lharpp,,l, that once" by. Mins Murpihy," Thopy t ,ay aulcetro'!.rby Mr.. 0i.Ieaao, and ,jDonlfn:) Ii Boy" by liae loland,,wcre allrendered scuO. ,nil oesfully.. A recrtstiorn.",Tire ittloehero,"l i., by Mr. J. iabillly, secoured -tho appSoalofl .L i io audieoce. Aftororiwh:i rbMr.rJ I'owan Oi moug ,.',Tle tr'ae farowell,'l SiMislltcert?l n 1 ,Ot ':I brcatho oenoe ore. myr ldtr...

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MR. HOLDEN AT THE LORD NEWRY HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

MnR. itOLDENaT; Ta;ilte LORD Nh~rRYi MOThL·:;a. : Mr; Jnameca Hohltr'i the loacatibcrel candi data, thohie c arost succesefal crtlng at tire Lrort Nawry ltotet ltat aretlpig, t til.arge room ti uonaectirn tithrthe .hotel pmriaa g qaita lnadeqoate to ronthia tlhob present. Dr. Croto oecaptla the etoair; !;. ·-I "t*?t M[r; Iroldte,twha was trc.etvadL aitta cn. traotaotit appleato, eantt: "Ihare row t eraa . rcshlont of Fiteroy ilr darn tht'ty tyrac, aerd of teth ttoth teat hiarr r-ar. t rae rdeproaantcdl ye la t theL CLity .Coaaercii and troe ervielttty%, fttlRI l:ry . etrattes? to? yntr -eattetaonttr, rt arc .twr rcar[oats llihave beren retrredt at tir Iead of tir itoll. Yoa irahy endeiir mo precsarptrts in erorrting Err war na a ecanridtt for laaiealllratary oIanors (cries of erio, li)a hIlt Ietran I l Rrt r rn eltl right witl'n y otier dtizeen to ;coateat tiro vacancier;.' (tIear. Icer arrdrrhreerai. Tira seta are vrracrnt anrd arryeitizen rae n rigit -erhoclr tre tlrirrk taroatrto...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH. [?] Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Robb,[?] Marsden, and Woodhead J's,P.) drunk and DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

-o 1IE INTT LIGENC E I [ Oi otflCOUtT;I L '(I:1?rlI ,In L]?. h-- - i- o coule r o y feooov, t'EiLwAOY dolr, " t t n no * ll' l ;o , l;D . ,. oRt't 0 '10 ho Il'll' .111tno heohn ere ctlfor id {ad. o fos. it '' Y 'I t ~I I lo ! .' t , ,"ernl? I in' flhrged with thao~lte n Id, li tl nouj of aoppi oa flenot to gmol od Itit ' to ook reh0 ii nWtorq aton, taot , for lliro iiasoriom itld monh pr oIntto , w llli ', hin s fourthIir oa?lirgo 1 itOl roststl 'd4n o to tt on ol thetir tuty ,e t1 ldo0 o of Conatobi los . le erve, o bl t lhld toileooo lc aof 0 oIttniotei ?t Itlau of sc t oa ia 0atseven dy tll no l.ne ,Ib . w : " th .ai l tortnirqoTIoff.' ThtIo1ti of0,10 ihn Joseph Frect aso priontlod for oft t.o a Cotn Ib it Otile xoocllmieiol of' Il hto ,lloco of Corstnble Croawo t?s .Fiut £ with rtht' todterotatLvo cemonth hlprnlslolllltu. . • ,+,.n; ' it , ", . ATIr" lt+: IlrORITmOY' ';/ `'1' e Staey wo hrowght' "t chargedl ;tti lt to impouao pon fton. Cotokt of oto Court lotsoulootelo Napter. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

Dailly cn porilr c cmtiruisaliOrfaot Wp hsti~flua' Itt)) lf (~1d o rI 'OjpbitifdnlflfO re yaar ncds, h c.-s: l "r Zc11'"; Noric or t-F. U tona , iStr, ,I.,ta Tailor, lte of,114 Brus1wlckstorot, bet s to 0 _lto RADoioc tt tori ?a? raoooroel,to more, co;, noiubotiro.rplsfcsat No. lOBswickrstrectk t tir t a.:?.'? reorning thaoks'to hism ninopo,. ' Ipatrooa forplnt fceavo trustsby strictattao .! a,,f?;: tiot to botiolLo to merit a coatifonttO , of,,i theirpiotronage ,Aur'r.Ji 1jo ,,t . t;h r bi : JSIIDENTS. 0E3t FPITZOYMEN ,tt `t.yoAre d?olitie dto;rsto '' Tr '; .tREAD' ANo' SUBS ItIBEf'oe sea? t r n I TZ R OY C ITY P FRE'$ S` Sote B'Coi "Y II% 1+u.1t Quorrasa 1 "Th StTZiOY: CITY ItRESS will toLe' "itiroly` lro ted-ltd o tlho storatsa of 'tsq:'l "' Sitlsoar ofFitztroy aro theorefors, belorto ?nordlcrc indispeaMlo o to eveory hooiseholf, 't will bo n invlunmoalo mcdlfom for tho ptb. icotior f trade:' nowl losilmsa notices every der cription. , J.., NIloctct[avv, MIsvracrcnr.ro, T'soso ow...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, FEB, 6TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Turner, Peters and Barnett, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

1COLLIN ) ? "00 COURT ' " fuiua?r. Al ... .hf., atl.Muors.Ts'.+ "'u1; Petekhos a' netd , farsstt1's.l.) ."i Is t.Nery i J'okum ut"nrdioie Anseo Fronsh iabronl utnp-chigrrt e?0b13 tho abote trae A ws I w her firat apperlaice it h s e utf IO n Ic a0111 s Ld:lehaird.' .l 7i tlO €tC s l lt tt " " r I .A NELECTRI) ,C1lLn,i?t ý,, :1 <+l Pfihn Ol'Ler", ilrl'lo fourteen years of tor brohth '.li'ofo sthe bealch 0.a a0g. cinitcld. T?Ti p fpuogldr ha l beee arrested ilfstut6 aOof . cr;.fithcri /he, i .,tfo ,io tlil surgniit of ulfcCe, Is anl l lant. Slrunkii id. Aflursoul angtilhoovidolcoe irworsihips orilercd thle fil ,to boe die ý;; EALae t'aLTE~steY:- I l11'1 .:-. Aliddlo agd moan of roespectabl applear. si, naonl oeorse f Iutttoru; ?tas brought tollnatlad chargeu l .wlthiobtoling'g?l:s y rsuo of a certain ;falo poretlrene +I1 he suisme. o 10 lu Il~uw. that onl thu fll 'of erbeace~went to show. that arn the .I5th' of Ltry the ioptsoner ,we0t An . u store at e nolr of llIholsoul r...

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SERGEANT RENNIE IN ERROR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

Sir,--Intlh Fitlroy do4t oi! Tlhirony IsOt last., ding tile ienrirng of the 00ao eoalist the wonni Iaint trapriat oools tm i nit s Allle e?Fi f. in ll. ll?gnu 5rtl le.vcr thEutnohlbrtIi,-t tinthiJ Ai flilii Wai donea In tilm case of tihe womaan Margaret 'Loydel, who 9'?s a nyf'I 4nf stgnjloeel to lilreo .loith i ytd ifoioet? o si?i0l.o n.tltoo siano by tli Fitzroy lh for bLcilgl Ilthe boopor of a dloonnerly liota il Gorgostreet, gna1t who, aon te application of Mr. Lylons, wua nlloweL.tllj tecar tie, il toit, al wh6 'kctnally' m}oved i;? furtlhest "Ila?n' the tlloopposlto silo of ;Brtlll will.sot'eot, nail se soon as thre e'niliotthsliif ejireod re turncd to lher olli haunts nail iow a trice on iortneriofuais livilg an boldly as over. o in reply to Mr. Lyons, Sergeant Relaio said tihe reasoa tlhant tile polince lil Iiot ottenipt to renove ha r was ienaise in o cEia pinit| hal beeo lolgcd agaioat i?ir .iio lher return.- In thIs Sorelnilt tt niiie coiiipletely errs, for complaiits hav...

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BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEB, 7TH. (Before Mr. Shuter, P.M., and Messrs. Tinning, Harrison, and Stranger, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

flRUN8SW1CK' COURTl:Mv ,'1c ra~~,`s~in~ ~u IIoerero \lr.'Riii.,'.¢r and Mdai'sr9 "Tiin nlng, Harrio,'nid niStrailgor;'J's I ) I'4ULTIN n9I AYVIOUILO, fI '"Y'=' IIlwnn Cookn, Clarlceio ronn,,; Clorl 'ul tarinnnu inng bul , t, Crylon cPlnarel'foil'tliu' i, ,T1iU nvidotdd aid odiaclone'nidn&y insicting ýý idvfour;"i, t it apppeareQl thl;('Ub5*ut'lfiillu16dhIJctn116'111;1 tolduonaallpy boolkwelolduw nodl lnil Alftr. I .razay~n"' llti~roO Ir. u ut t IIa VIOU raN ola rl 'fuCeltynlo oisoll wore Ilea for llCR10tt tige frOw . aIl to~l 0. oný1. 'a ti}I oa Cl Iu IIIi Florullld'W illlt~ IIIIAI!T 'l'lr dolcldoa ot laolicooooolo 00~ wieIar. t'cost Iol. IEotoo It. 1 I I: r ll/I S1II t t1l FELICITY. hail torMaly ol it as iul awl k,~or hshaml ~llow aw Illan ut `Jt woo liar ftInlol to Itrau Aptl Mr. Croko for thlu def tance r The deom ldno t Iha bond rullrs0alot lo wart Ira lla culasti og ;%laI njt.t id l Iirnou thell Colonuy.tlR oob d dtptQs Jda ouala r 03{ grova, a,,l 14 J ention , tJoll ht...

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MR. BLACKETT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

Mb t . l LAcfA~ie'riS Mli:fTIrNd, S r., C. ft. ,itt fffoof<t ;i ....neef tnletltig at tile flronswlok Hotel on Wednes. day eveltlitig last, Mr. IRoahal Rlobb, oeccsly. ltog the cllair. II'I htrduating the andihaote tine ufit'onai sil that Mr. Ilfackcttf had beelt ehosool'nt inIeotllng of the Conotlit. tionol Associatloe, Iodlit regardfto til hobalt once of pobli otptoon, ho 'cotisderud they weroe eittled tooten seat, Fitzroy poasessle albot 4000 eleltors, olto out of thelse 29000 were Coastltutlooaliste, ne alioAt all eqtal nullmer n tihe so.alledit Liberal stile. Stine, ihowevrer, the opptllstng inyty had IoaldiMl to reiltcat tlhe leotloo, It oefinen eoacoessly for the electors o todo tllheir llllost for flr. IBlakett, (Clleers.) ,I1r. looekett ow's received with atplauoo, allt lflld t ltie eto ppinred' fhert titon for Ctle sixthl tiemo a It calflilate, atlll tlleiefo'e lie arilly inoeold to dwell oil lls Ipitieal 'oew, as to tholeo pireellt,' theoy were eill known. '\Wh...

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