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

OUI STORY TELLER.' WiFE OR WIDOW CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) The scene was so still and beautiful that it tootlheinl Constance's hot spirit, joust as an cool hand on our temples eases the achin hbain. She extinguishel her tight, and stood there, alborlted in her own tlioughts, until the clock below struck one, with a loud, booming sound, that startled ier terr ibly. : "I ought to try and rest," shite said, to herself ; "it is very late!" aInd was just turning to leave the window, when she saw two stealthy figures approoch the hoonscfront the'direction of the lonp avenue, and stand onsulting together. pomnting lirst to one window and then to nlother, as if delating as to the safest nmean of ingrgn. There could be no doubt that the men's intention was to rob the hotre. The ser. iants' otfiect wrc in another wing Ralto gether, where it would ie difllicult to naloni theni ; anl they, no doubt, calculatel upon not disturbing tile noster and Freleric 3lar chant; or, perhaps, their plan might...

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MR. HOLDEN'S MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

MR. HOLDEN'S MIEETLNGS. --a About seventy gentlemen, friends and supporters of Mr. IHolden, uassembled at tile Liverpool Arms Hotel on Monday evening, Mr. Claoscen oecupying tile chair. lie briefly explained thle object for which the meeting had been convened. He and other friends of Mr. Hollen had made inquiries and the :esult was that 3lr. Holden's chances of succeas werewookel upan as being very good indeed. Thle election ?couldl slot be conttested without very consilemble expense and Ihe (the chainrman) would be the last per noi to andvise Mr. lles to Spelndl mioney unlsu hie bielierctl that he had a fair chanece of beisng returned. Mr. ssWm. Sykes said that he had known Mr. Holden for a great iany years and there was nlo man for wvhol he had more respect. Ile also agreed with Mr. Hohlen's political opinions aid would le glad to see hinm re turned : but at thea same tlme lo ws nppre hlensive that Mr. Holdcll's candidature might lead to tile return of JIr. Blackett, ast that thus...

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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

COLLINGWOOD COURT. TE?nDAv, FEi;. GTit. (liaefre Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Tur ner, Peter and llarnett, J'a.P.) An ellerly Wonaml natnm Anne Frlnch wa n brought up ahargel with the above offence. As it was her first appearance in ouurt she was cnltinedl and dieclhrgetl. A .?GLELTT.I CIHILD. Ellen O'Lrary. a girl oa fo urtan years of age, was brought before the bench a a neg leated child. The prisoner had lren arrested at the instance of her father, who, in the worda of the awerg tt of paolice, is an -anl deneal drntknad. Afterbhearing the evidence their worships ordered the gill to be dis FALSE I'ILRTENSES. A aniddle agalt nln of respactable appear alnce, Ialnll (acorge lMottcrn, was brought up on remand chlar?"e with obtaining 1:I. hy reason of a certain false pretence. The eridenea went to uhow that on the 13th of January the prisoner went into a store at the rorner of Nicllolson anl .lohnato.strccte, Fitzreo, kept by two young mcen unanel raapcaaively Alexander 3lalaaenratt an...

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

':" '""ELECTION 31EETINGS.: A meeting of Liberals was held in the Town Hall on Monday evening last to choose candidates to contest the election in this city. The meeting was a lvertised to take place at the National Hotel, but the atten dance provedl far too large. and t a adjourn olcet %ias accordingly tlade as above. 3Mr. Il. Woodhead occupied the chair and after declaring the omeeting open, calledl on Mr. 3Marlall to explain its objects. That geotleman stated that, as the secretary of the old refori lcague, lie cosilderel the pIrt shoahld IeLa-ct to decide lwhom they would support, and he had accordinigly clleel them together. It would be for them to decide as to their course. It was then re solved that the meeting at once procedt to tihe selection of cnlcdlatee. Nomainations were then taken, which resulted in fourrcn didates being subahmitted. The first was Mr. It. D. Reid, proposael by Mr. Crowesen. In sulbmit:ilg this candidate, he referreld to Iis previous contet for tile sca...

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

SPZECIA COLIUaN.T H. C H A P P L E, 70, SMITH STREET, PASTRY COOK And CONFECTIONER. Club Socials; Tca Meetings, Picnics, and Wedding Breakfasts, Catered for at PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. BRIDE CAl ES, JELLIES, &c M?lde to Order. THOMPISON AND SON, 'Manufacturers of ALL KINDS OF BRUSIIWVARE, 2195 BRUNSWICK ST. The Cheapest oulise in tile District for Hot?lisold Brushes. A. R I T C I A R D SADDLER & HARNESS I.anuorArcuten, 18O BRUNSWICK STREET FrlTaoY. A choice selction of Bucr, Glc, CAr, andt DIuY IItetLEs always on hand. EveRY. RE UIosrI in the Trade Supplied, SAI UEL B A R S B Y S1 BRUNSWICK ST. UMBIRELLAS RECOVERED and REPAIRED, and made equal to new, at Lowest Ppices. A trial is solicited. All orders punctually attended to. T. K E N N E DY, HOUSE, LAND & INSURANCE AGENT, 58 & 60 SIMPSON'S ROAD, NORTH RICHMOND, Rents Collected and Houses Let. AGENT FOIL QUEEN INSUlRANCE CO. It S. A R F 0 R D, .I I.N| Clt 1n. O|E, ST. GEROlR,(hb BtOAI), NORTH FITZ...

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

OPENING NEW BRAlCH;' 238 SMITH ST." REDUCED PRICES' !!! WHOLESALE CLOTHING COST, PREMIER' TAILORS iOF AUSTRALIA. GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS FORMER PRICE, I2s. ld1. REDUCED TO 10s. 6D. J.12 0 ORDER, 42s. 6d. OPENING NEW BRXNCII, 238 SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD. Opposite Coffee Palace, and adjoising the ~lonte de Piete Loan and Discount Company. TO THE PUBLIC.-Oo\ilg to the generous support receivedl from the puiblic, and the great and unrivalled success we have imet with, has induced the Comspany to still further increase their enterprise by opening a NEW IIRANCIH AT 235 SMITH STRE·ET, COLLINGWOOD, opposite the Cotlbc Palace. In so doing we feel confidlent we are anticipating the wants of our many Collingwood and Fitzroy customerss, from whom we hope to receive. the same liberal support in the future that the public have kindly bestowed upon us in the past. We are selling SINGLE GARMENTS at WHOLESALE ;PRICES, and owing to the liberal patronage bestowed upon us by a Discerning Public we are...

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

EDWARD CORNELL Begs to announce his STOCK-TAKING COM?1ENCING: THURSDAY,: -FEB. at.: Fns'aordinsm :Inducements .will be: - ff:?t. : offeredfto buyers. r See aSpecial'PArice List.: gnind Pusrchasers.frill dowr11 to COME 'ORi, ",SEIND '.'EARLY. New Cash Drapery Warehouse, Corner of Smith and 1reel Streets, COLLINGWOOD, - S And H1ADELINE HOUSE, corner Queensberry and IMadeline Sts., CARLTON. 205 BOURKE STREET EAST. J. WILSON, Practical Watchmaker and Jeweller, 87 GERTRUDE STREET. (ESWTABSHED 25 YEATS.) W ATCHES, Clocks, &c., Warranted Sfor too years. Jewellery made on the premises. Spectacles from Is. each. A large assortment of pebble spectacles. FURNITURE. If you want any, and wish to have it CHEAP AND GOOD, CO TO GOODLIFFE'S FITZROY FURNITURE EXCHANGE, 133 BRUNSWICK ST. (ESTABLISHED 1833., Good and Cheap is the plan I try, I ask you all to Come and Buy; With me you need not fecr the 'riggers,' The Coods are all M3arked in Plain Figures. Jf you want to BUY or wish to SELL, You...

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

SATUIDAY, FEB. ICth, 1883. As we anticipated thoe political situa tioii'is' 0idO fuilly) 'dvcloped,-'laid we ca' faii fly .??tl with theli.sevieral;'canl didates before us. We have fourseek ing the suffrages of the electors of Fitz 0roy, Messrs~ Blackett, f{olden, Reid aud Tuekir The former, as is well known; stands as a Progressive Consti tutionalist, ?r. I.olilel as an 1indepent dant tlilmral, .an' M?tcssr. Reid and Tucker as the nominces of the.liberal ?,1t:',' All I f i th'?l candidates 'have addressed; meetings during the week, and we arc thercfon. in a position to 'criticise thenim with 'fasniiess: "To' ?rr Blackett we have'aideays' givvei chr-f t dial support. '\l' believ oin the i?alm; i piAiiddli t lonestly obtain d overnsent andt work for thed god of the cointry aidi the advancemienteof tlhb city h~ reprecnts H He is lnot; in' any sense an extremist, and belongs " that section of politicians who desire y to see the country progress, and not iere-ly'"t?get certain men and'a...

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MR. HOLDEN'S MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 February 1883

MR. HOLDEN'S MEETINGS.     Ahout seventy gentleman, friends and supporters of Mr. Holden assembled at the Liverpool Arms Hotel on Monday evening, Mr. Clanscen occupying the chair. He briefly explained the object for which the meeting had been convened He and other friends of Mr. Holden had made inquiries and the results was that Mr. Holden's chances   of success were looked upon as being very good indeed. The election could not be contested without very considerable expense and he (the chairman) would be the last per- son to advise Mr. Holden to spend money unless he believed that he had a fair chance of being returned. Mr. Wm. Sykes said that he had known Mr. Holden for a great many years and there was no man for whom he had more respect. He also agreed wihr Mr. Holden's political opinions and would be glad to see him re- turned; but at the same time he was appre-   hensive that Mr. Holden's candidature might   &a...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MR. BLACKETT'S CANDIDATURE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

SRIGINAL CORRtltcftSPO ENCE.. --- AIR. IILACKETI"8 CA1I4j DATURlE. TO TtHE eDITtOR I TE FITZ0r0ZlY CITY R FRs. Sir,--t is moiuo to ae regrttedo thot the put politcal Ihistory of ttitl eoolfy should bte a. were list of pceronr l sIqoables and stnlgglc anlotogt oar legislators for thlo place ond oay conferred bty o seat on the Inllatorlal ienlches. P'ractical legislatlon wans litherto ocupTied eory little of ile time of our ao?elolo y, and tio electors hove now an opportunity of dledllig whether titl statets of thingas s to conthloo. It seson to inle tlhat a legislator, to be worthy of tihe none saionld do his part towards eaotl ag sefull: laws for thie wholeo ommoIsty shoouhl have ldeas' of his own, aolld e able to expt lain them o shoul know thait wlee sufolclcllt tuao beeoon sl oin a giveo slbjuolt, further talk is wastoe of tine, Tohere were ra few suci mens I our late Aseomlby, anl whlot few the?os wore shtotal "ortlahdy be ogitu returned., JIudling'by past actions, Alr, llaokett...

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THE SATIRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

THE SATIRIST. lIr Strun Cltrou. 'Hteth sehould, like a nollhcl razor; ken, ' wuaed with aotouch that hsh reoly fdt oir se?,' A eolical incilent occurred .on, Moiday oventlng Ir conaectlon withll thie camnvass of onei of Fltzroy's endlldnlates. Jlo'was hilledl t'seliak at certain hotels In tile north darIlng thile week, hut y aome llnaea the notlees In thie worreng jouenlal mixed' the hotels. In the oveninhg, therefore, alout 70 expectant electors elled ilp at oile lotlo t ntell patiently awaitedl for tile cnodilante, loreing mlselhlef, tim while, for that niolrtdldt'o Iilliiodal. 'Trit geatlenseli however, attentLed elsewhere as armangd..aud left the 70 lamenting. Not altogether, tlhough, for'on elnergoetiu oto. aiteo mal took the chalr, notlier took the platforynii andi fortlrhwitl proen edil to ex. poaud,to candidalte's views. Aflter thc era. tiou, quoesteins Itirnedl i, ana l were Mrt tnll turned so boeautlflly0 between thie chairman snld the nintli eandlidnle,.tlat the seditora ...

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SUNDAY—THE ART GALLERY AND THE ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

SUNJ)AY-TII l ART GALLERY AND THE ELECTION. To TH. 1:niOrtoOr TilE vr tor otT" rotis. lir --Sundayo, an observed in Victoria, is an anomaly. It Is oiethor a day of work, nor of'pleanuoe, nor of rest.' It in a stranga admiixtur of all threo. It is not tihe Sal. both of tile Puritans, nor is it that nloch abused linstittion, the Continental udnday. It Is it day whichlel mont Victorians, so far as opportunltien will pernilt,'osorro it uneh a manner all adtoltheli boot, and this Is what it should be. A a rulo we deovote greator part of tile iay to amsemoent, and relaxation frop business cresn allnd allnetles but ih doing o we nre lod by projdleo anid uomlso not y prilitpl..: ihcl ihsinelss is carried or upon the Lotds day, those who work andll sell doing so In order to facilitate the enjoy leiot of others. Thlo is tile application of the principle of the 'greatcst good to the groatest nuioher," and ts also an' it lshould e, and if It wocr oxtendil 11i i certnil dIrecltion' there wohl hb...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

TO TIIK EI07TOr Or Tllý FIT7.1IOY. CtT- P'IVM. Sir,-l ivcnis stateto in his first articeo in this colllum thlit lGod bbratl l milat I: hakIo bioe walting to see If thlis would be reforred to? ,bt a it iIs not,'!i tit tlk o tih?lrty of colihag iattention to it. Now sir, I letfy Juvenia to point out anywhere in; tho t.llble that (1bll oiirsa Imn. Ito ihas eveor dain so. Ji is to pity that thoao hoii cooiioio the 'illlu hlo aot tak greatun r pllos to itiuly It. Thioy wold thu ntlot fall Itio manly f thlo nmistkoes thlat they do, Api1ogiaing for troiibltlg you, I Ye ,A' 'o. AD

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ST. PHILLIP'S MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

ST. P'IIILLIPB'S MUTUAL IMPROVE. MENT SOCIETY. Tihe first eeooting n the present year of St. l'hillip's ;Mtual Ilnprovemonet Society was held onMonday thll inst., iln thle school. room, Holdlostroet, Collil Voml, tile pro. lidenl2levI .'. Cato, Inr. the chIair, thore beogdlrgirgcattcndaoce of moiihoros. Tihe nomonation of olficors for the nosning scs. siton, anltihoelcotton of two: now tmenbertrs, Messrs.']lryaot eon., oand Tadlih haoving been completed, the thairman annooncei that ihe ohadl rceivci a letter from a fonror meomber, Mr. O'Mealr, offering a prize of two guineas for tile beRt essay, during the quartor, oil a eubjlot tos io saelected byoho presicdnt. The 'tateidiit wras rcelredi with O icolanatiioo, aid it was rsotaed to accept ther offr with thanst. Th ibsirrelos of thoe evring being onludtl, tiro lliebetr sat dlown to. ai el. colleat repast, ald after amnplo justice ioad beel done to thie oal heierproiertdl, tho president propose the hea ltiof lTio Quroe and Royal ftln...

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THE STAGE. BIJOU THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

THE STAGE. tIJOU THEATRE. Clark, Ryman, Lawton, DeUnrin and Dixon's combined minstrel and colledy ncl pany haven been nppenring at the Blija 'hientro dluring thlie wreek to asplendid hlonses. Their entertaniling abilities, of which they imake ifuIll ise, nappenrilng to Ie descverdly appreciantedl. The iiirngrmmo is dividen into tllhree parts, the irt consisiting of naln lads ,nn comic sollg, in which Mlesear, Amiiory, Lawtonl. Clink, Dixon and Master Willie take paot. The "lRegular army," an alnsing sonlg ld lmarchl, conllulden thle lirst part. Mr. Sam. Dleaih in his really plelldid musical acts, Mr. . F. . Clark in his artistic specialities, and Mr. T. BI. Dixon In hli populart inglish ballads comprise tih prforontoir In tie Interncdiato part, whilst tho latter part of the progranno consists of the Irish comedly, l n tn ts, "11 Muldoo's allt," lwhich In giaoln wvit tih loll strength honampat, nda proves a source of mltch nerarilent nll alnontewoiolt to thosu witioos. Ing Its produc...

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THURSDAY, FEB. 15TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs, Woodland and McLean, J's.P.) DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

Tlluonury, FRn; 15nr, (Beforoho Mayor, and a Mosrs. Woodhalh r and 1cLoLt, J'sP.) IaGeorgo Stanloy was brollght ups sn a mand charged wth attoempting to Impose upon Mr Cooke, licensee of the Court llom. otel, by mcans of a valueless taken having sotmu liRht rosemblanco to a hlf.overeigo.. Theo.vi-elnco given on the Atli inst., and rI ported l nt itroy City Prses, was twake ognin, ?itl nf tlichre appcardIto i ss doo bt's to} the; filzlt of the oceusoio tie booch oae him tlo benefit of the teduet, b ordetl hlin to bd dischai'Kld?'baeo ' CITY I?e'E?"OR'S RASO. Mr. Crokor sommoooad Jaetts Manses, Witihoo hockinhg and' Wiliom Ryan, the tlio fornmer for driving across footpaths and thle latter for allowing a cow to wander.. Thin dofolranits wore eooh fliect AL. with so. ldd ate, d cost 1. ji

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ELECTION MEETINGS. MR. BLACKETT'S. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

. N I t,AE I lrr' , On Mondaliy last, MAiOrut' /fellA tt.ad fresoefa crowded ieotliig of elootors at the h iaopnions on the leading I uoestlon o the ecounanoein o lfh. coeI1 lll1i l: a iOns wdnesdayr at 8 o'oloek, at.the Unitred Kngalom otlAifr. JM. ,D lae hi thoclnir. aeid at 1 attl. ?t th. 'Pirk tYf0J fttll JMliEJ , tos unsotn In, t o'hle both fcrethnoe fird very lehitlhseatie, and gave tllo t d lato a ordlal rooeptlo.u On. tlihoadoy a largetiloctitig:wnolthel at thil Cavan lootel Ilrnoewlokhatreot, Mr. VW. J, iMulroady prghlldllgq, cal nanother after. 'wards jat the Ta dktdA'lll A n's'Mj". I' NA TI, Ev?oln i tile choir. Thren ghlolt the week: the Ilnohlgs wore moat nulorons, anti although a very large nuanler of gloe. tlone- wore palt to the candeiat, t ioy wore ntlhinfcte?v'?arorIle , iwor uj'j ( "l ?o{i ? .i a TIt IOl,snlDD.N . :Oi loMaiey Blrt, lamoq 1 loldon, itl o oeal ltboeriui'cnlliodlat, wruullrsscd'l ttlot 200'olco tore at the t'erk Vioa ]fotol, North F?le. roy, land ml ...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, FEB. 13TH. (Before Messrs, Turner, Peters, and Barnett, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

COLLINOWOOD COURT, JTO A Pzooaa' F. i3orr: it(nfore 'hteeaie,.' Trno", 'trrs, ;ad Ila nrott, Js.l'.) • ; O.U'K AND O IeOnOOELt . A rpt t"liteslpated lookingeolderly wonam namedElizabeth JIor?al tel cbarRged tlbl tile niklen ohloen l ieevbidfi, e w con. eluaive, and tiro records of several conVi.. ions for a similar offence were prt in eri. deouc. FireOd 409 with, tim option of ones month in onofi. Miihnol Allenr, who apipred to be 51r inufring from the affects of drink, otwithw. stading that ho haod been locked up for sevcml hours, was cllargto with a stttWr offence, mid wasfRrther rnrged with iavaiog saultn Id wife.. It anppeared that the prionr Is a cooper by troe, ist a very goe1 rorkmn whllen soher; and ean earn ver) goed.iwges. 'Soro time ago he wont on tho er, nIe wife expressenl it, and left his oone leating isa wife and threne childen witlou't opy means of support. When sa. rested forhbetlg drunk anon isonlerlyhtlrhnd to. in tos pockot, but io refired to allow the anioontor ...

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FRIDAY, FEB, 16th. (Before Messrs. Turner and Levens, J's.P.) ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

FIluAYr, ?En, 16th. (Bforo.Milesars. Turner and Lvenes, J's.P.)' .A AULTIrj A COSTAIILYn. William lDavis was chargedl with asat. ltg Constablo Curhtan Ith t icn tion ofI his duty. Tho evidence wa con clusivo and aovcral pr?vious convctions werep proved aainat the prisoner. Thu Ibnch sen tnced thm to three mon the imprisonment without the opt]iol ofI a ltlo a Trhiottn r NOOT una d Mary Elliott wan brought up an remand oli iit olil :to gold nul ownor for U lch pr 0000r wa dishoarged. Sit, odt f0., tlfo pmporr fY jooce, lic1dScc oo t((0 Yorkslolro llotrl. In~ this coon the evidence~ tltrlo 'Oood 1of to clOear. 8h1to ta ono month to goal. bothmoleor sd Aoolo Oorlooo woro of for akino aron of o0co000 lou. nlocIon piect co dkeonness soil' (,~~ooll. lloy cro'olo 00 rI 00000 TO TIIO 10.0O0. Thomppse001 I 0 (01100(1fl D afoot for s2 O 1i 00005 ti f 0 e o f Ano 1h0ook ralwhp aso for ito on ball, ~not am soh "1, dea with tot no Casa 1n,, ltnlrcllo to find twoU In Iho earn of £20 cnub, and to b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

'' ': :;FITZROY : ? `RAE STREET .'lloh ~O LENT ? Freehold courl , ty , For tha London and .Lancaehiro TPro -Ins?uranco Company.., Capia I £1,8i5,000. oLoseer promnpty and liberally settled.' i F. H. H BRITTEN & CO No. a llarr'EN'SIiUILDINGS, RAE. STREET IIUILoi'Iis atnd FNURiilNG IRONMON GERY PR AT DEFY COMETITION. For the celobratcdr SINGER'S SEWING MACHIlINES yprooerl.by, tIh foct lit, 501,01131, or over LIBlAIIATERASL R iO US .DO1tA'1 E.O g l'O ... Etl teoas Given for Gencral Repairs. Orlders promptly atInderdl to. Pailnet' MttrlaI of All KId Al"ways •ý:_ý ( f Ii .' - : . !/ " ?lldfir ' . ..n ' HIAltHRACEUTIOAL!., CrEMIST. RAE ::STREE], Conrer W'atkin. st., NORTH FITZROY. P ootnt` arl' forslano Catle l erdielh . ,, I RlSCIlT PTIONRS I,':, ,::I-r orId Faimlly Recpes eanrfelly dlipenosed.. BOOTS & SHlOES. BOO ,TS LSOES. All bindo Loents tPrickr . at NORTHI ITZItOY Boot" and' ShoeEmpdriumn ?t RE DSTRELEEc NORTH, 1TIZROYIBAKEIRY,i Fancy Bread and` Biciit Baker. Small ...

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