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ELECTION MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

I E LEIUl'IONi MBlfTIN .g'vini r l,, -X ?- ': L.'1 ~ I ieetloati ,hln flhcnle w~aer lllhi, the To'rii Hall an oii ijlliteie 'elifa f o'eohllil?e?h ealudlldoae' tiLbdttift the blidet Ili hs city, 'Thie reselltihgwe 'letlnettk<ldtl I tatk place at tooe Naiornal lotel, l,bwt; thi, at o . dIoen proqdl far tlo lapge, il.,ai ci jrn, Iiinot \e'IeueiCidligly mtde nm hoiu'o. Air. I 1 <.ilfc?,te pqelpalld (ho: cllair, cl Ii'Itoleleclerlelli iianfleq' Oli i opnelcl oni ritr, llceal'lll to expliil, lta..itcL o ,l allnt gtilllltleni t lnf tt, ao the sebroinry of tlub ull rclorim lenig e, hl rconildorcl the p aruty shlol lmet to dehlo whonlll they woii sitippolt, ni ll e eun ncrluiogly dillel thelm togetlher. It ilhl be lo' tlheLni te decide an to thtiS cae?f : 1 ;It ee tltlei' c. aoll'l thltli tie inctlu al onllce proceedl tI tile selectlbii ielculcdlilhts:' I llNoltniatloe nire tlln tanken, whllh resaltelldll In foarcan. dlilate bicilig slidlanttdn:' ,'I'lld Ilet wIa Mr. I...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE "PAN" QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

,.I ORIGINAL. CORRESPONDENCE. 1i u.ý. TIIt "PAN" QUEST'IION. TO THlE 01DITO1 0 THlE. 010010 CITY r11m. IStSr,-I deotro to thank you for your coor tosy in pcoottttog tno to voettlato toy gdOev 'o eon this subjcot throegll your valuohlo 'cotluns. TIho reslt tas boen very outisfoc tbhr". f lloontlntc nd hq utid Ildaur lo lryre n tg od rFleId i niio, lal I troluttltht I wll neveroagatin Bov !p uooatooto trotlflo yoO.Wltlivaoy jooro,.con' I' CM t on Ota subect.

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

SPORTING NOTES. Aloexaidra (let eleoven) v. St. George (lIt elevo~lt'¢t ddtttdip ' u, di a ýv';.r y III re ovo, of thoe ?/?Tlttiho'eohs'bene or 4elan 64 roepectiveiy. Thi hilghest score n11 Rid aind ibbeyifOrtthd,lforrei, amn Scel, mid Walker for the latter. In bowlin?n, Symm for tie for te oeat l S lt fot latter. ' MATC l' FOil TiHit IAV. A crickelt latch will Im dlayil today °t Fitzroy, ictwcen the 2nd clovcna of Fi?my reprccth I,'ltFtdy':LConlf n?,' g o llun ? Groves, MeG dllol .. ,NtB?.-..'IU. ane ,U Blue)ol,:Power, Scgtt.i Stllcs, Topping a,?,, Aleox mdn G ,m ir ltee.';-lbeot, I te ltinnlorghl Oanrlehiri Aloxandm toi : Ahl llbyi olniiao, Rehl;, Artnilto, Sy ?",' lfeilttl'owell, (railefonl , Sioel, Iggl??e na.ksn: Emerginles : Carter, M'Intyre, '.AlomiJuioso Hainover, on the ground of the lettecr, at Fitzroy., T lofllowtugwill reipreset the Jiniors: 2M'Donald (eoapl, ,l'n 3 adl atl d cn (2 ) lbritc h? rll , r h i .tch ra , (NaylorSotroy Mtrroy, eaoher, ll?h~tt" :imerge esi: llry...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, FEB. 10th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

~I1'S·\iRiWt~i.4~tiidi la 1Miticbl 'iQtes-. 'oaoefeirlyl IeotL(itb ',til esovorel va:u' didlteslefore us. We alve fourrecek. I:gtleooooonrag f tIree4ectonr of Flitz ),I so J3 1a ~nkott tl olden, Moldoi ned T eke .is f m r, e well .Leoivftked e l l es rot $ re C se and d Matt tih n Isadiehlpibdral lpaltyrs Alt %Qlpti.llu: o dldntid l tavo critieesathee Iwith. 1faireses ItTe Air. lld3.nuit'l, 'ta \.idli ie n tuit'ith ,,;. the city he lresonto is l t ii any setso ant extroemtint, and tbolohga that section of politicians who desire ho"tonltimu colttlF"Y1irt0f"fltltl"Tiii r merely to get certain men and a certain narty in to power. hIis uttoraneoo od ninll Oo ftAitntintlnOernn0.t" she and all thd"lehditig' ollticians Have pointe3d lbiPt tle" lil' l'Ed 6 ?-p nation no lt?ti?il' Bxistj'hlid'l diif iibst politicplpotst ca 1titutionaljsts andl tha mote modetrato t.t(iroa sOirio1i1t0 ral'-tlla.ially liboralmilndodi.of the Iarty? agroe Tho.lpoihltt p'rincipally erflttiret to duorig thlaccontea...

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

ST. BRIGID'S CONCERT AND BALL. A very successful concert ad ball was held in St. Blrigil's schioolroom, North Fiti. roy, oil Friday 21d inst., tile procedola of which are to nbe devoted to stie fiuns of the circulating library in connection with the school. The imtrtotctory item of tile ro bmunne was a piano solo by Miss A. M3i'ar thy, consisting of a fantasia on Irish airs, for which the pianiste received well-merited hearty applause. Mr. . B.. L'GOowan fol lowed with "I dreamt my little Ioy of thee," -u l tans w-eli received. "The harp that once" by Miss M?rphy, 'Tihe happy muleteer" by Mr. G. Isaacs, and " Dblin play" by Mliss Iolal, were all rendered sue ccsfelly. A rceitation "The little hero," by MIr. . Ilahilly, secured the approval of the audience. After which Mr. .1. Rowan a-lg "The tar's farewell," Miss Sheridan "I breithe once more my native air," aln M3r. .1. 1'. Keating coneludell the lirst nmusi cal portion of the progeannune with " Patrick minm the baby." A cene from ...

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

MESSRS. TUCKER AND IREID. Messrs. Tuocker and Reid u ldressed a large icctilg in the'loown Ilan on Thurs day ceening, Mr. Ihatcs occupying the chair. In inltroducing tile emldidatee, Ie eonelmnedi tle late I overnment, and trusted Fitzroy would retllrn Mears. Tucker and Reid. 31r. Tucker said he appeared for the sixth time before the electors and thouglit lie could claim to have fulilicd all the promises re had ever made. tie considered it a dis grace that the O'Loghlen Govermnent had forced on a iissolution after dragging the country in tie mire. lie ridiculedl the m stitutioial party, wlicll Ile blneild for tihe failureofthe loan. He pointedlout thepromii ei made by Sir Bryan O'Loghlen at Lanceliehll, and charged l im with not raving fulfilled one. Ile charged the Premier with making :14l^i1 apoiitmints in tihe civil serrice, all as heli d kiept silent oil tie ipoint at Losec field, that was proof against the Govern ment. No estimatLes had ever bec brought in by Sir lBryan I llahi...

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

1IR. II kCEETT'S MIEETING. Mr. C. It IBlackett addlressed a crowded meeting at thc'lolnuswick lHotel on Wedces. day evening last, Mr. lIooald Rlobb occuipy Ing the chair. In introdlociag tic ca lidatec thc lhaircan said tllhat Mr. lilnaekett Ihad leen chosen at a meeting of tho..Constitct. tioual Association, and int regard to the hal. auce of public opinion, lhe considerel they were entitled to one scat. Fitzroy possessed about -4W0 electors, and out of thcee 21-01 were ConstitutioualisLt, and alout anr equal number on the so-called Liberal oile. Sinee, however, tile opposing paLrty had decided to contest the election, it becano- oecessary for the electors to do their utmost for \lr. Blackett. (Cheers.) M1r. lBlackett was received with applause, and said that he appeared before them for thle sixth tite as a candidate, anI tlherefore Ice Iharily neeuded to dwell oca his political views, asto to those precsnt, they were well known. W\hen he was firht chosen to repre sent thot, Victor...

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

MIt. HOLDEN AT THil LORD NEWRY HOTEL. MIr. James Ioldee, tihe local liberal ?andi date, held a most successful meceting at the Lord Newry Hotel. last evening. the large room it c1nnection with the hotel proving kttite itaocluate to containl theoe present. Dr. Crooke oc fopic tihe chair. M?r. Holden, riho was received with en thusiastic applause, said : "I Ihave inow been a resident of Flitzroy for over thirty yeacte, and of ttlt titoe the last ccer ycsca I arev repreeuted you ill the City Council, andl have evidenlctly flcilldl mIy dlutiea bt your satisfaction, anst ou two e?e.tliols I as ce been returnled at tile head ocf the pull. You Itay esncilcr ile ptesonlptou- itsreolillg for. eerst as a cnuuliVcto for jeclrl'anbcetotry holoro (cries of ln, no), hlt I claim I have an quall right with any other citizen to contest tihe vacancies. (H[ear. hear, amd cheers). The seatS ro vct let andt any citizen ils a righi should ice tick ppe to ol'er t io s l oevir u to the electors. Neow, with...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. J m.ITIII IS PAYED LAT SATURDAY. Alexandlla (lst eleven) v. St. George (Ist eleven) rihlted in a draw greatly in favor of the former, the scores ieingiS for 49 and. -I reipedtii'dlyi 'The'highestnmorcra .hbiog.. . Meil ald Ablbby for tihe former, and Scurry and Walker for the latter. In howling, Synmms for the former and Schmlnidt for the latter. IMATCIIKS FOIL TIlIS DAY. A cricket match will be played to-day at Fitzroy, between the 2od elevens of Fitzroy and South Melbourne. The following will represent Fitzroy:-Conning Gomlenough,l. troves, 'lcCulloch, 'Nash.' 1 Noewman, I Nicoll, Power, Scott, A. Stiles,. Topping and II. Hayes. " SAlexandra v. Fitzroy Alberts, in the Edinburgh Gardens. Alexandra temn: Albey, elaines, eid. Armnitage Symms, luant; IPowell, llrailsonl, Smloe, Leggett, Jackson. Emergencies: Carter, M'Intyre, Elliott. Ahllna Juniors v. Hanover, on the ground of the latter, at Fitzroy. Thefollowing will represeat the Juniors :-M'Doaldt (capt.),...

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

SEIt:GEANT RIENNIE IN EiltiOiUt. TO TIHE ETl:P: OF TIlE FIT/.lHO CITY PRiESS. Sir.--Itn the Fitzroy Court on Tlhlrsday lit inst., during the hlering of the case against the wolmn Munro, Sergeant iReoje rtated .s a pleag aginst time bceing ?.ien her to leave the nei'hlomrhliool, that tle sameo thing was done iu t'ile 'ase of tihe womani Mlargaret Leyden. who was convictcl and sntenc ecd to three ioOths iloprisonilcot some short time since by the5 Fitzioj .bench for' beigitlhe keeper of a disorderly holse iu fterg.-strrdt, miill who, oi tile appliotion of MIr. Lyons. was allnowed time teleane the district, anl who actually nlorLsd no furthCr thal the the opposite sble of Itroullnswik-trcet, nld as soon as three monlths had expired re turned to her ol hhaIults anu! no uno ricas on her ncfarious living as boldly as ever. In reply to 3Mr. Lyons, Sergeant Rennic said the reason that the police did not attempt to remove her wna bnoRalsoe nou tao plihdit had beeno lolged a-.inllst her since...

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

POLO mEINTELLIlGENOE:--" FITZROY COURT. MIosNY, FmMnrIAnr Tt. (Before MIr. Alley, P.M.. and Messrs. Robb, Raven, Matltlen, and Woodhcad, J's.P.) DIOIK .siD DL USOi?ERI.Y. Edward Murphy, John Barry,. Thomas M'Xully, and Elizabeth Davis were sererally charged with the above offelnce. Davis was tined Js. or in default 24 hours incarreern tion. The others were cautioned and dis charged. Annie Webbl charged with havung no law fill visible means of support was sent to gaol for six months. INSULTI.n nIHglIAvioP.. Richard Mates and Goorge French were severally charged with insulting behaviour in a public place. The former was c-tnelonel and discharr.ed The latter was tined is. with the option of 24 hours in gaol. RieSiSTiXSO TIIE POLICE. French ans further charged with resisting the police in the execution of their duty. After hearing the evidence of Constables Hickey and Crowe, the bench held the case to be proved and inflicted a fine of 40s. or in default seven days in gaol. OB.?I"RrcTl\(...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE "PAN" QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

ORIOLNAL COUI1t1S1'ONI)ENCIC. TIME "IPA" QUEST'ION. TO TILE EDIITORI OF THE FITOIIOV PITY 1101 Sir,-I deoirc to thank you for your eoor tesy in pen1 ittitig m to veotilate my 'rieu allcc nol this subjectt through your r vllable 00101011. 'In, resolt 0s beets lvery· uatiofao torn. T'111 cootnctor 1~s0 111,10 the ao, 011001 huonorble by replacing tho old brokoen-don ortiok, of whlihll 1 no 0plained, IOith a 100 one0, aod I tract that I fill nlervr agailIlavo nonunion to troublle you with any moren coma plailnlt onl thie slulbject. ]'ours. &c., COMMION ZONESTY.

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

BRUNSWICK COURT. WE.I'F..,I..Y, Fzi. i7TH. (1kcfunr Mlr. Shuter, 1'.M., an'l Jlessrs. Tin ning, Harriwu, mwd Stranger, 1' LP.) lSýrLTIn INF.H ti.i vwrS. E warnl Cuoke. Clarics Brown, ,Charles Buorte. and William MlSrrick kerrnsum stnoord for inrolt in, behaiesour. Mr. (~ryles appwerodl for thledefouow. - The vidence did not disolooo any lnsulting, behaviour, but it appeare thateone of the defendants had ac cidentally broken a window 'and had after wards paid the expenses of putting the win dow in repair. The case was witlhdrawn. Twenty-fip:epcrsons were ined for neglect ing to sendl their children to scTol the num ber of days reluirtcd by law. The lines ranged from 2s. lid. to 10s. with 23. nud lid. cobts in each ense. ico.JcAL FErIUITY. tMrs. M31ry Speakman sedl her hIusband MIr. Edward d Speakmml for maintenance. Mr. Gryll appeared for the complainant, nld MIr. Croker for the defence. The defelnlnt had been arrested on war rant charging him with intending to leave the colony. lie ...

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

Iailly experienc confirms the fact whLichi tot, triumtplhtal orcr all cpogciticcfot forty yeacs. vic:.that no inIWatttac known equal to lcllIowaya y's rheltit for curingl hald Ilco, Bores, wounds, &c.=Auvr NoTlr: OF REOr rtl..-F. Sartori, Military Tailor, late of 114 Brunswick-street, begs to alnotltlcn that hle bas remloveLl to molre oonl. molious premises at i'o. !iOsruoso ick-streoto " " F. S. in returning thanks to his umnerous patrons for past favors, trusts by stritatten tion to lnbsic t'sJ merit a continuation of their pltronage [Ac.T.] The ESIDENTS OF FITZROY Are Invited to READ AND SUBSCRIBE To the F ITZROY "CITY PRESS, SSOLL: CoPY Io. 1'Ptt Q.ouaR I. , The FITZROY CITY PRESS will ho utitrly devoted to the interests of the, itizons of Fitzroy, anl, therefore, being. eoocrmtl iodispensaloa to erery household *t will le an invaluatle naidhtno for timb pub listisl of trias anod bssinrcs noties. every description. IEt:cIssr.?l , f.otanr.cTUrEIs, TisrADs. oci\. and IlBes...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

T HE STAGE. TIIETiTRE OtRYAl. The last night of tie 1stulcaime of ' Jack and the B?nn Stalk" are annolllucl, so that those who have not vet witnaesed its gor ,ecous repreentations shloul do co before too late. luring tile week it Ima beern accorded fair patronnae. The preparations for the production o tile Italian operns are being vigorously procedeeil with. antl from present apptaralces a treat is in store for lovers of opera. tityNraEis Tttt.LTttti. There is no change in the proegrantll e cow being ilroluceel at tile above lunall theatre, " La M1aseotte" still continuing to lraw fair toilses. Tile same progracae will be rc peatit again this ervening ad1 during the wreek. IlrcSO\'S TIH-ATRtt Tile Manunooth Minstrels have been ap paril? ill all entirely new prograllmle at ltleusu' Tllheatre during thle week, ald as has been th= rule srlocc their oping night, have lec aeenlcrdedl gol attedanecsl to wit iess their lerformantei. The jokes are frcih and witty, the songs are excellently ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

MARRIAGE. WILSON-GRAHAM.-On the 5th instant, at Hughenden, Queensland, George, second son of Geo. Wilson, Esq., Abbotsford, to Kate, eldest daughter of James Graham, Esq., Narracorte, S.A.

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STORY TELLER. WIFE OR WIDOW! CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

`DTORI' TELLER. • " | . - / •-/ iC||Alrf£Et IV. (Couthnued.,) The seneo w no still and loeutltet that It toothdl Conaore hct' Int spirit just as a oeel iand o our a tot0i h a.es the ehnel brln.r h ol xfga et her lht, amt stoodl thore, aiorled ht her own thunghts, Uontil the'olook I?low strunk ew,, withe loint, boointg sound, thlnt atonrtlnd her terr lily. I oughlt to try and lcsnet" ' sild, to hlerseolf "i1 is very nlat!" nild was jest t'rilIg to Irneov iti t idow, when o hn sate two stealthy Ilm earn npreach thell awse tealll the dIII etlha ol the lontµ avenue, atnd stanl consultintg toglether polthii lg o lt to one oinllown ani thln e to othlli, an If idelnttling as to the safest acon of Intl,,o. There couhlt lo no ldoht that th lOnu's Intentioalan was' to nrob l tl obuue,. 't? ?rn vantst' olllteon were in nother wilg alto. getoer, whore It would to dillilelt to alarm thec ia a ltllth tiyn itodoubt, enleilatedl non not dlisturbin g the oator and rtn?lrlo \har. lchant or pierhanli,...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

THE BTAGE. T.TIItTItt I1OYA1., T io last ntighlt of thIe pfntomfii oot ",lgge 'ilt tho Ileatttilk" prtonnndltooetl, ortliot thoo who hnsot not yet wlithlced its pot. 'gous repreeontatiton shouhl do so before too liter I t'le?n thob ,merlit hhoemon tceolcde fair pd nitrolhe. ITheo?L .t l e'for the orbdutotfonboo tim Itolti d Ioe ae belog vigoronsly proceeded with, mld from present pllpearaces a treat Is int stor for lovetr of opera. ' /a " J." ,. ' ltro is 1o iholgoIn ftht o progratllllO oOw being produced at tht' bothd tiidlld tlletro, oIAD necotto'! atill cootinoilg to draw fair io eoran.r? .'o saneo progroltmo ,woilnbh to1 pscte ogollt this voenltg aoilt driig the week. 'Tho h?aniote h Mithattrele Ihove baeenll . tihrng I i to tnitirely now prograitoue Tt lItoi oo'o Theatro dloriig m tlr week, od as 1fs boeen thI rolo neaso their opi g nigiht thore beo te corded gooto Attendonee to iwit. icoM ttllbrtrfmortmtto o. iThojokeharofreoh rint witty, the sei on ro oxcllotly otel daredi, a...

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

-1PENING NEW BRIANCIl, ,238 SM,, ,1 REDUCED PR1CESi WHIIOLESALE, CLOTHING COY., PR\E~ilit TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. GEEP T.PON 'ir.T E .EDc os 1ORMIt'1 PR'IC, l2s. ii.' REDUCEDI TO 10s.:?6 "6 :)zh , J: ' 0 ORDER, 42s, 6d. OPENINq.NEW BRANCOI, 238-SMITI STR1EETl COLLINGWOOD. Oppost Goffee u alace, pand adjol nina tho tono Plate I m lount aml4t TO THE PUBLIO.--Owing to the gc?erro is ?pupor t receilved' t1?,' 11t : publlo, and tso great and u'rh'aIlcd Ogcee , l'?l?.,tjlmot ,i-tls;lidsislisd ,thl. SComp'aly to stillfurther'increasprthlir feerp;sia py olpenilg nl1 VT JI RANOII AT 238 SMITH S'TREET, COLLINOWOOD, oppA$its the Colted'P lacer ll so doing wU fed conftidOnt )v aro aanticipRtisng tis. ,vatl of o~r Umany Colliugroosl dad" Fitlory'isstoisonl,' from wlh~su-c hopie to' ~roiio' thou "alo lioberl support in the future that the publico havo' kindly. Itowcel - nip n ts sn the past a We to thlsis SINLE (IhliHu at tWHOLESALE PRICES, and owing tb tho liberal patronage bedtowed olon us.by a D...

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

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