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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14TH. Messrs Lowls and McMurtric, J's.P. LOITERING ON FOOTPATH. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
CARLTON COULtT. \WooOLIOAV, 10u. 14TH, f?umt lowi., nd MoMo,,rtrlo, ,1s,'n,??IV liT00i?"l 0 OOTI'rATIl. lth ooOl WiVInla IllJby was 11ti b the ro co for loitering on th foot. hit poll' trotooo .iog ?'I, aoftlh tie alto nmth'o of KIBRIStl UAIIMKS + " i'ople 00'as ;suleod' for Icrvhflg uewsggontt uooprtototl Ill the Final t,Ss errllmO nllord Glce l'ower oat wi for refnsltlg to she'Il*v m Ilcoo u 0tel to do so. o I cl i1s. ?Islrho,(I IIIhAVIOUIIt. Calllglan nnd o iclhlal f olf rto i.trgl witlh fsItlng O ehavlonr In a rte, T m evidence Ihwiug" moclh. e den, ante wero ealh fite I0s,,. or It l ours In geol. rtLUROr ?OT VACUIlVATRD. SI'enlngton aiutl Joseph 'Penning +cl.h monnonc for nogleoting '1o hitd vocclat~od. Thefy wore ac h 1s.
FITZROY ANNUAL SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
FITZROV ANNUAL SCiUOdL 'ICNIC. Tlio annual ilcncl in conneetioll! with tile 'itzroy State School took place yasterlay, lie locality on this ocecasion being Mloant .Vilson about half a mile fromnt thle ierwick railwvy Station, on thel Gippalntd Itnilway ine., For sromo timen pat tihe Piatio has been he ceontinual toilo'ainang'tUio'clldrcti, andl on Tlifmsday do- llcd the Town Hall.wai be eigcd by yoatigsters who had delayed until the lat hour it pnrclhasli tiheir tickets. 'ile'Bas Company with t heir accaltomncd lierality placed 30 'bises at tile disposal of the Board of Advice for the purpose of con veying tlo clhilldren to thie Station, ati it vas aranged that that tie first contingent lhoeld b ill readiness at 0.30 a.m. at the conietr of Johnston atnd il rlncevick.strets. 'unctnually to thleo tileo 'Bses were ready dil with very little difllillty in scatieg the young folk a start was entao to catnc tlce irtes train announced to leave Princes lridlgo Station at i.Si A.m.1 the other...
[?] TELLER. [?] OR WIDOW [?] [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
" r n co inexit 11iitnuO S, t til onel _lntlllr, wheo Wna .lt.red Mire. lvers. li n : hore, lnl p or lltthle nlltliteri wh hos t ? lloht over y?tlr old. wi?et n rion lltncd t tlo hIod a of ito ln ' si ltollas I llt ll i Isre o e novr hINl to repeat it, thougL h ll iwo cllo uievr h to i e likeo Mnater idgar's Inllllll. ThatIn s quiro Onthunl.y "So Iiil, il?la, to h sre, Ald liow the oily thlllg I wOot il to soe Mr. dg!ar con. foritbly eroried ll eforo I i nod aill with hi hlgilidil iltlot hilli," Cosilnco folb lieoslf ohli, io klow nliot why, ind rolu procipnlately, . .o . "Thamok yoa, Mil. Owlion II the l skoet is remdy.I mny as well go. Missa Eotl'igtll will o lown, I ilnressa, liofol I got lot of the anloil, I if you wlill beo gol oolh tllo toll ter hI vO ilkcd on.e . n ? ~ . Mre. OwenI hxldol her .the Ifske?, n.d Swotellohol her arao tio lill, ilil; a illlligt enose of tfflmt ton. ', ' r 1" + ' .,: " Th?m; thLt'e t)y Ioly'a step !"1,she snld to lwersllf ; "owl tshe ;vy exct iwany...
STRIKE OF THE SEMPSTRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
ITRiO 0OF TILE Sl'Iil'STRESSES. sbin he aas of bringing about on seitlmoent of thbo diputoa botwoon abomen d suburban monflllacntrers otinooig atd thoer female employee hNl?l. bweet twelve and tbdrtecn fenso opecrtiva s struck work on a ly, nd before tiles feMn of the i e"is Ini oe Inoalds of our relaen blltits are tnhat sonotloing like o huanred will in oat upon strike. eery atsitmebl state of things thin toire are alone responsibloe. As a 'ke are to Im dopercatid, but there ptlons to en ry role anl the clrclou. uder which tihe present strikeo lin plac e anrol os to fully justify tlhe he'sempstress have adopted hatll nt then to bo erlling tobt the gone nh will asset tbhem in te' strggle, it stroeioaemton to say is natrugglo loone. e or sonme years past tio pid the talloresnes for tioir work y be described as starvation prices, it whlt no decent respetobie womln ppoert vee hoerself i adeeont inon. t etoureds ofil ttatloresses have nob support tllhemselves but iote alsb to atn1, ionf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
PlNIN? ? NEW'BANC, 38 SMITH ST. It 'E-IDU ED- _ PR I CE S!! WHOLESALE CLOTHING COY, ..r\',\'.' i\ t! ilER TAlIOILal.01F AUSTRALIA. r j GEELONG TWEIED TROUSEIR PFORlM11t 'PRICi, 12s. 6id. IREDUCED TO 10s. 6.! . I BUITS TO ORDER,428. Gd. i OPENING NEW HIlANCII, 238 SMIlTH EE'I COLLINd\WOO ploil oollc l'ff latue, inll adjoini ig tlol Miite ill lieAl l ,) lil Bibult Cuoialn;y., It I , • : ' ,. .' ,- z '""8; iiT i,'E" TO THE PUBLIO.-Owinig to tlh gellelrols 8ipo received fro011 tle publiu, and thi gta1t iant iuiriviallled.huccess w hhsvliot.i tluiilImliuceiillthe Ciolipany to still further increaso thuir oiitirpriso'iy lepliig a lNEW lIllA ? AT 238 SMITIL STREl',' COLLINGWOOD, eopicosito tle- dollbb P'anlno' In so doiug wo, f'rl coiil i li t we, an ticipatilg tlio wants of oiur lniiya Colliisbol Pndal'i i poll . ~cii;, frolli illoin we lhope to' receiv tle saine lilh rnil pi tit ihb dtlrt tlt ia li abl Iav, kil dly bemitoweI upo n is in tilu past. We are rsllihid BINC(1E CiAiLMEN'8 at WI...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH. (Before Messrs, Falconer and Robb, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
? POLIOE INTELLIOENOR S FITZROY COURT, S MONDAY, FnIIuARY 12Irn. (Before Mlesrare. Falconer odal Robb, J's.P) DI0U7Ka Atoll lIOlotOilERLY, t'eter Nelson wro Ibogllt ip e0l restneal lcharged with thle anov e lleot. Arn e hn ilarol to have etllereod a recovery tiolr weor shipas aodrel hlin to be disehargoi. 00 RWOhar nwe1o5 W000 ohtlegel with mieds lar on t h. Iaovhleot s ef Cos blSi l'htlotla s went to show that Ito 1P40oer tna helplesoly drun k tn thile 1lrlk0 strnet0t taol llntltea lnat oao o'loak on 1nray attertlooe, lod that hn I n o eo s to take hIlt to tile ntehl0 l h [ te f withrlti. cnb axpnas or'ti ltl h'li n i horlrs ,n duo 2 Alt otl tsi nnlto allld Willeo Clarkb 5 I olt WotletO IrOneiad IlllaaICath 'resworth W er evrerally cargedl with hlilly g Ito lawful e., iblo rtealos of s port. ' Th?y were rahl ent tonoed to eono ont illsn gaol - oTr heo ollle Slth an tttlizabetLh 8clail were harged, ivlth hueont rla ehvlot, n Erlifrolbth Staolha was further charged with wiilfol tihnn...
THURSDAY, FEB. 15TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Woodhead and McLean, J's.P.) DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
TnHIU?oAY, FEI. 15TI. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Woodhead and. Jclean, Js.l .) IIIScIIAORGED. George Stanley iras brooght up on re mand charged with attemptingo to imtpose upon Mr Cooks, licensee of tihe &ourt House Hotel, by means of a valueless token having some slight resemblance to a half-sovereign. The cvien ce given ol the 5th inst., and r?,. ported ie the Fitzroy City Press, was taken again, and as there appeared to bie some doubt nas to the guilt of the accused, ttle bench hhae him the benefit of the doubt and ordcred him to by dischagedl. CITY INSI'FCTORs' CASES. tMr. Croker soorimno ed J-ames Haasen, Willioam Hacking ad William Ryan, the two formner for driviog across footpaths and the latter for allowiog a cow to wander. The defendants were each lionel 5s. with 7s. lid. costs.
MR. HOLDEN FOR FITZROY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
MR. HOLDEN FOR FITZROY. to THE EDITOR OF TIIE FITZROY CITY PhF-,. Sir,-I would like to make a few remarks in favor of the above named gentleman. He is, I believe, entitled to the support of every right-thinkin,' citizen in the district irre spective of o0itial preludices. That such a nman who will eomle forward and contest an election in spite of leagues, liberal asso. ciations, etc., who are cndeavorine to dictate to the electors as to whom they sgould vote for, such a man deserves'suecess. We have too long submlitted to cliquisi and it is time it was done away with. Eleetors of Fitz roy show on Thursday next that you will exercise your own opinions, and abolish tyranny nowr and for ever by voting for Mr. .lamles Holden, the independent and truly lilberal candidate. I am, etc., A LOVER OF FREEDOM.
PER FAVOR OF EDITOR CITY PRESS. To the Hon. Graham Berry. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
IER:l FAViOR Ii ElDItOR lr I'? rRE?. 'To the lion. Glraham Berry. Sir,-Othlello stmoltheredl Derdemona with pillow, andl if ale then had any epirit left, slit woul have ltetu naddlerthan when she first loved him had she continued tolo'e er nmurderer. So you have strangled Libe ldism with your IRefuorm ill. 1 lovmcl Mr. Higinluathunt, and would have followel himl o the South lPole without asking. I trans ferrt1 mly allegiance to you. All your epetches from the beginni hraathed y ur love for the p?ople, anli uttered generous thoughts in brave words. I believel in you, and ~ollowel you, alas ! not to victory, hat to disgrace. In alt evil day for yourself and Liberalismn you came in coutactwith a strong hut ignolle mind, and were absorled. Thenceforward more and more Berry was nwallowvl up of Patterson, whose narrow, elfilsh, cautious genin nmadle you ia instr nent, anti wlho wilt yet probaully toss you on one side, as the narrow path he treads has no roomn for friendalhip. It was he wh...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MR. BLACKETT'S CANDIDATURE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
ORIGINAL CORKESPONDENCE. IR. BLACKETI'Sc CANDIDATURE. TO TiEO EDOOK OIF TIE FT.ROY CTY ritEms. Sir,-It is much to be regretted that the post political history of this colony should be Smere list' of personal squabblesa nd strueggles amongst our legislators for the place and pay confrred by a seat on the ministerial benches. Practical legilation has hitherto occupied rey little of the time of our assembly, and the electors have now an opportunity of deciding whether this state of things is to continue. It seems to me that a legislator, to he worthy of the naine. shouhld do Ihis part towards enacting useful laws for the whole community ; ashould hare ideas of his own, and be able to explain them ; should know that when sulihcient lias been said on a given sldject, further talk i. waste of time. There were a few such nien in our late Assembly, and what few there were should certainly he again returned: Judlging bIy past actions, Mr. Blackett is well worthy of our favorable consideratio...
CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14TH. Before Messrs. Lewis and McMurtrie, J's.P. LOITERING ON FOOTPATH. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
CARLTOK COURT. SEniESDAY, FEL. 14TItH. Before Messrs. Lewis and MJlMurtrie, J's.l'. LOITIEIN.; ON FOOTPATH. A youth named William Riley was aum moned bey the police for loitering on the foot path. hincd IOs., with tile alternative of 4S hours in gaol. Richardl 'ople was suoosoned for learving his licensed waggonette unprotected in the street. Fined as. Aoother cabman named Giles Power was summoned for refusing to show- his license when requested to do so. Fined is. I\srLTItyI: tEt.ctVIsrt. Htugh Callaghan atd Richard Roberts were charged with insulting behaviour in a public place. The evidence being concln oive, the defendants were ach fined Ios., or in default 4S hours in gaol. CIIILtREN NOT VACCINATED. James Pennington acnd Joseph Penning ton were each smnmoned_ for neglecting to hae a child vaccinated. They were each lined 10s.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
TO TILE EDITOR OF TiHE FIIZR0OY CIT IPR1-tS. Sir,-In reference to Mdr. Holden standing for the above district in the Liberal interest, I think it a complete farce. Up to the pro eat I halld great respect for Mr Holden, think ing him a aespeetable mani, but Imust repel ally such idea after this. It must be evident to him, and to every seusible person, that he ie hot only runolllig a 1muck with tile Litrals. -it thaot Ie i plaving llto tlhe not remarkablel that a nmltll er of gentlemen oil JIMr. Ilckett's olllllittee are1 on M\r. hanllsof lr. Ilackett. Sir I am a-toellshell that such a usually foresighted man1 as 1 Mr. Holden, should lower himself so much in the estimation of the Fitzroy electors as to be co010 thle dupe of tihe Cenerrative party, put 1p for tilhe sole pllrpose of splittillng the I.iberal vote, and allow thle Conservative candidate to pop in. If Mr. Holden is really in coarntest about tile Liberal cause, le had better retire and allow Messrs. Tucker andl Reid, tilhe r...
FITZROY ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
FIT Z it0 Y: ELECTION. To THE ELckrrous or FlLZRor. 'entlemen,- . IN fultilment of a promise made some three months ago, viz, "That I would contest tle first vaneancy that ocurrd in tile Legislative Assembly for tho City of Fitzloy," I have now the honour to announce myself as a camlidate for your suffrages at the ensuing election, mid will claim your support as a "Local Liberal." Mly views on the leading questions of the days are as follows: IrltOTECTION. The first and lmost important to every Liberal in the colony is tle maintenance of the present 'rotective Policy of the country. During a long experience with matters in connectlon with the Tarit I amt fully con vincml that Plrotection, and PIrotection alone, can benelit the country and that our foture promperity depends in a great mea slre o1 tihe anolliolt of Protction afforded to Native Ihlostrims. TIHE EDUICtTION ACT. The lhucation Act has been made one of the questions to be subllittal to the electors aud l to that I must sta...
ST. PHILLIP'S MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
ST. PHIIILLIP'S MUTUAL IM1PROVE M31NT SOCIETY. The first meeting in the present year of St. Phillip's Mutual Improvement Society was held on Monday 5th inst., in the school room, Hohldlle-treet, Collingrold, the pre sident, Rcv. J. Caton, in tile chair, there being a large attendance of members. The nomination of officers for the ensuing ses sion, and the election of two new menmbers, MIessr. Bryant sen., and Tadish having been completed, the chairman announced that he had received a letter from a forner member, Mr. O'Meara, offering a prize of two guineas for tile best essay, during tie quarter, on a subject to be selected by the prensident. The statement was received with acclamation, and it was resolved to accept the offer with thanks. The business of the evening being concluded, the members sat down to an ex cellent repast, and after ample justice had been done to the good cheer provided, the president proposed the health of " Tle Queen and Royal family" which was dr-nk with mus...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
TO THE1 EDITOR IOF T1HE Pl71u0Y CITY IPRE1. Sir,0-lvenis states in his first article in this coltmn, that Gtlo cursed man. I have Ieen waiting to see if this woll h?n referred to, but as it Ihas not, I take til lilerty of alling attention to it. Now sir, I defy Juvents to point out anywhere in the Bible that God curaes man. He has never done so. It is a pity that those who condemnI the Bible tdo not take greater pains to stuldy it. Tilhy wouldl then not fall ilnto llally of tlhe miltakns tlhat tlhey do. Apdlogising for troubling you, lain, &c., A ItEAI)EII.
DISCUSSIONAL COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
DISCUSSIONAL COLUMN. TO TIIE EDITOR OF THIE FIT.ROY0 CIN PRESS. Sir,-I have very carefully read the two i letters in your last issue over the sigmatures i "Mack Turk " and " Authorised \ ersion." I must really say that I fail to find one iota of roasoning or argSumlent, or one solitaryt attempt to disprove tihe positions I have taken up. Both the letters are "Words, words, nothing but words," and terribly lame ones at thlmt With MInc Turk, I can echo Burns' words, "WVould that some power, etc." I will not degrade the subject I by imitating his sarcasms. They are beneath 1 even contemlpt, and serve as a good key to estimate the value of his judgement. His letter is simply another realisation of the old, old legal maxim, "No case, blackguard your opponent." I stated several argumenlte clearly. Why did he not take them sup one by one and show where I had gone wroeg, and what part of my argument would not bear the test of lo"i. The answeris patet; it shines through l~is sticer--he could...
SUNDAY—THE ART GALLERY AND THE ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
SUNI)AY-TIIE ART CALLIERY AND j TIHE ELECTION. TO TillH EDITOR OF Tril FriTROY CITY ItRESS. 9 Sir,-Sunday, as observed in Victoria, is Ii a anuomaly. It is neither a day of work, nor of pleasure, nor of rest. It is a strange admlixture of all three. It is not the Sab- c both of the Puritans, nor is it that much tl ablsed institution, the Continental Sunday. c It is a day which most Victorians, so far as h opportunities will pennit, observe in such a manner as suits them best, and this is what a it should be. As a rule we devote a greater a part of the day to amusement, and relaxation ti from business cares and anxieties but inl doing so we are led by prejtudicecand cnstom, a not by principle. Ilucllni usiness is carrienI on npon the Lord's day, those who workand c sell doinig so in order to facilitate the enjoy mcnt of others. This is the application of the principle of the 'greatest good tO to te greatest nlmtber," and is also as it should i be, and if it were extended in a certain...
FITZROY ANNUAL SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
FITZROY AN?UAL SCHOOL IICNIC. The annual picnic in connection with the Fitzroy State Schools took place yesterday, the locality on this occasion being .Mount Wilson about half a mile from the lerwick Ilailway Station, on the t(ippsland Railway line. For some time past the Picnic has been the continual topic among the children, and on Thursday vcening the Town Ihall was be seiged by youngsters who had delayed until the last hour in purchasing their tickets. The 'Blus Company with their necustomnl liberality placed :30 'hlses at the disposal of the Boalrd of Advice for the purpose of con veying the children to the Station, and it was aranged that that the first contingent shohld be il readiness at 6.30 a.m. at the corner of .Johnston and llrnswick-streets. L'unctually to time the 'Buses were realdy and with very little ditlicelty in seating the young folk a start was made to catch the first train announeed toleave P'rinces Bridge S?tation at li.i a.m., the other trains follow ing at 7...
ELECTION MEETINGS. MR. BLACKETT'S. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
ELECTION MEETINGS. St1. nl-cKErr's. On Monday last, MIr. C. i. hlackett ad dressedl a crowded meeting of electors at the LordNewry Hotel, North Fitzroy, Mr W. J. Phipps in the lhalir. The ean?ldate gave Ihis opinions on tihe leading questions of the day and, on the motion of Mr. Andrews, seconded by Mr. H. Hope, asanecoored a unanimnous vote of confidence. On Wednesdly at 8 on'lock, at the United Kingdom Hotel, Mr. J. Davis in the chair. and at 9 p.mn. at the Park View Hotel, Mr. J. Russell in tile chair, both meetings were very enthusiastic, and gave the caulidate a cordial reception. On Thursday a large meeting was held at the Cavan Hotel iBrunswick-street, MIr. W. J. Malready presiding. and another after wards at the Tankerville Arms, Mir. F. IV. T. Evans in the chair. Throughout the week the mleetings were most nomerons, and although a very large number of ques tions were put to the candidate, they were satisfactorily answered. . L. IIOLEN'S. On M1oldayv Mr. James Holden, tlhe l...
MR. REID FOR FITZROY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883
MIL REID FOR FITZROY. 0I0TOnI o THE r ITZROY CITY PR080. .I rva a asmall nt|oa nt of 8a ca Ion Ho?iln order to bring onder thoe myfellow religionista anl electors f lelnl ntortatined towards them It. . tcid, who is one of. tho can. soekiTg to obtatoo a sot in parlna. tithe proesenot eletlo At his first Sil the Fitzroy Towl HIall in con. i0 h wIh Mr. Tooker the lion. Rt. D0. Lped his foot to loctlenc hed list I 00o time sayilng "I defy the ietelloo0 t, .did It It West Iourko lait losilot oFittzroy." Ho mlght aoaoded, "And was defeated by 'Itaitlonrkoca Now awlat I wouldl bkowls flow Mr. lteid expects the taarty, Ithat lo dieprecate so oener 1 00supp0ort hi cadidatlroe. Al?slor tIlr| wa at nil tines deapicnleae, Infinitely mor0 so ' and while stlc o'aaloao0r to stir ul party feelings it I'o.osihleo to ohtnola raopar ropreocnn i0000to I.cnlativo Assoemdy. I uow Illloau Catholi beret re0 to bear hoi o le lolliog day whatI hlavo broagott 0eir 0t, sld ahow lor. liid, as ,0 of West ]Boorko...