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THE WONDERFUL WERTHEIM BEWING MACHINES IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

ISO'OTAL1 'NTCOlThiiATtNlf . lldy calti Bltoh so fIcvo b Aelo '* oe i ennhylhe, 1 r n rIf ~lil~blt1Mn ll exOamiliNtion of tilo rlo, B .rform with thoIll Wo')Ill gia -liaor N or& l t . . I ,ll Ilot-n i., "i 'lasllalo 3lln2lllIo atshe er lto &? °"1 ot-wrktllutn a nt lio ??. 1I~otOI'tl lmy of ldOW of oRlo, hibr[I ] tl?a fjo I.Ipa co nl aIrYothel Iaodl' U, ? 1s.0. oc fowhl koorlllc ' 0110. l 0ll Whe 3 loltolC rlo t !i tlh'; et0 il olWaehioiilolo &»l nltc| ril a i ""1"'" l bet At it 1 ntoorlil, witlout otioelrl A rt &y"1"'c trulifoln, o twodol' 3 01 y o.l to 1 , Ik. dtIlAoil 0i cam0brti QJ0 e ' l t o to otnhiro r l of I o, -1.0,0 SllAMIllE nelli pto ni jiliflvun,"" t.h Bolim ,,or tlo Iai (osl III snhull tn «i tl i towlligooooo lofallcool'o , OR.0 ' cst work that cal. b1. ii' "e'y liui. faloly sold. of tweedalo0r thick t 0I0 twooll, fold. of lo l ?iyiollct' 'iea" o lera0ji lr oficotloitllor thalreoadCooo, I o alny tlinooto c to olt o pidit.o .Tho 001.0 oftl...

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

SDIBCUSSIONAL COLUMN, TO TOIE OIIOTOl OF THII 0ITIRO1Y CITY I'0100. Slr,-I hove very' eareflilly radl tlh two letters to ylr' last sleo oever the slglnatlroe "Mack 'Turk "anl0 "Aneliolisod Vorseloi:" I nmust really soay that I fall to flind one lotU of reasoauo or rgumnont; or' one sollthry othempt to dlaproro tle mlositlans I hav tjolen p. tlBoth I'letters are 'VWorls, eohll, t aothing hnut omads," and terrllly lalod'onee at that. Wit Mao Turk, I cao celo Ilnlot wolrt, "IWeld that saooe wr, :ole, e. I ll no tdegrooe thll' sljtt by hoetsthig lols barun?es. Thy are constrl oeme c atedlpt,'aohn re 'nso ao good key'to estlinat thl value of his jlgolornt. Ills loller Is sloinol llyrr eeoolt'satdlie of'tihe old, ohle I hgleonxl, "No ane,. blaokgerd youar opponent." Itatdldcerotl'a?gI iilents olearly, Why did o heot take tle a iou ofe by one ald show who roI iall gone wrnog, aold wlha part of llly argienot wnoeln ot bear thoae testoto IcnkTle ose orltelantet It slhllcas thlroegh lls sucur...

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

. A GN' ý,U . JO ithg to nimidtiieGt hit, SrOCK"ITAI(NG Bo, ellitjal Pric? lll1t? alt lt0CHlESTER HOUSE New Cash Drapery Warehouse,; 1ronir oI Smith l nhd iP'ulen Streeta, CO, 1IN (I\\ 0O ,I) And ?AlDELINE IIOUSIO, corner Qleenlberry end ,lMelli?n StW., CAltLfON. 'o0, B0JilIKE STREEI'T EAST. J. WILSON, practical Watchmakor and Jeweller, 87 (GIETI'UDEI STREIET. (r~.Tntllll.xeEllD 2 ?aLs.). TA'I'CIIF., Cldeks, .&e.,!.Wairranted for two.years. n owellery mado on I'lprlln.na. Spectacles'fro l' Is. cact. A Sa~ esseuratment of pebhlo speetaeleon 1UR{NJTTURIE. it you want any, andwish to have it CJIEAP AND GOOD, GO TO GOnLIFFE S FITZRIOY FURNTLURE EXCIIN GE,. 133 BRUNSWICK. ,ST (ESTABLISIUD '1853., lood and Oheap in the plan I try, Zsk you all to Coinoe ,nllty i:; 'Vitl fne you need not fear the lriggure,' The Goods are all Marked in Plain Figures. If you want to BUY or wi;' te SEI.,l You'll find that I c?nu'usenybiie ; Th?l you will quickly lear,.by heart lint is the Ciuin,'rT r ;...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, FEB. 17th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

;.8ATUiIDiAY, FRB. 17th, 1883. -TntRo . A next I islllng dy.aYsd thoolcc-. tors oflritroy wllltlihue lave the l ,ppor. tililt$Fr o eloosin illeir parlialometary repro. eentastiveos.? \'o iharve recordeld our. opilsn llnrcot'tlesloil of purpoeo will bh ctltlalel genertylly. Ve'lhasroviate?l: too 4srlte candilates throughout the week and see rnot the' slightest canse to chlnuo oior 'views. Tie el w o' lave expressed the m6lst lilhe ral e?tos; "ttle neell whlo ' are. cvducttly caetei tc Iby really liberatl leullleiit'l??s sLohnti bytthetir speceesi are 11r, ]tiekoIt from this fact, anll It sliaold declto theoques tioa ofsauperiority. Weo lhave had a lonog triol??li lass d6gmaetsistl in politics, We have lad meu to Iler profelessedlytY. liberal, ault willt ovrwhehliileg imjorlties at their back, wlio failed, .niiseraly 'failed, in legie latinig ;.benelicially. WVo had also others 'who had heen branmdled asi ty rante aiid: opponents of progress tocd liberty itul oppressors of the masses;...

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

\ L~SPCia) COLUM. ý. 11- , F. J. BRITTEN, FITZROY 'PROERTY EXCIIANGE, RAE 1 STREET Properties For Sale an To Let. MONEY TO LEND On Freehold Security. AG ENT For the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. Capital - £1,352,000. LOWEST CURRENT RATES. Losses promptly and liberally settled. F, H, H. BRITTEN & CO., No. 0 BRITTEN"S BUILDINGS, RAE STREET BUILDIIERS and FUIRNISIILNG IRONMONGERY In every variety, at such PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. B]uilders and others favouring theml with a .cll will find it to their advantage to do their business at this establishmeent. A G E: N T " For the celebrated SIN(GER'S SEWINGI 1 ACIINES The superiority of these Machines is proved by the fact that 5i1,0:1(, or over 10,000 per week, were soldl last year. LI?BERAL TERMS. W. PILLEY, HOUSE DECORATOR, ETC., IMIITTt5'S IIrILDINGSS, RAE STREET. Estimates Given for (encrml Repairs. Orders promptly attended to. P1aintera' Ilaterials of All Kinds Always on Hand. W. H. EAGER, PIHIARMACEUTICAL ...

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OUR STORY TELLER. WIFE OR WIDOW? CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

OUR STORY TELLER. WIFE OR, WIDOW ? CHIAI'TER IV. (Continutl). " Fifteen yeare ago come nest Whitaon tide.>. And thea 1Master Edgar. who was alcrayn no .onoidreate, oalerei Me. M ':-era lnth a homie here, and her little daugllter, who was then someiwhat over a year oldl. I rwaa rather frightelned at the idea of a new mistress; but I anI slre I have never had to repent it, thoughl no onle can evr le to ane like Master Edgar's inalnlia." "'1at is quite nlatunral." " "Sb it is, miss, to Is sure, And now the only thing I want is to Ire M r. Edgar coml foitalcy niarriel isaure 1 dlie. :uld with his children almtit hitio." Coaistance felt herself Iluoh, she lknew inot iwhy, aild rose precipitcately. "Thalik you, Mhm. Owet : if the ia"hket is ready..l1 ay ars well go. Misas elrci lelgh will ibe dow, dclareicy, before 1 get oat of tile. galel.: . if yu will ie goalo enough to till lier I havne talkd enl." Mra. Owe haiidealt her the Ickeit. and watched her cross the hall, with a smiling se...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

SPORTING. NOTES. CRICKET. M sTCHe.e rLArED r ?T S.r TUIDA.. " The Alma Juniors iet the Hanover on the ground of the latter, Fitzroy. The Juniors having won the toas decided -to take the wickets, and MeIntosh and Moss were the first to represent themn. The bowl ing was entrustle to Benson and Hardy. The batsmen from the start began to take liberties with the bowling, change after change wai triel without success, the bats. mnt being well set. It was not until 3 had been reached that McIntosh in attemnijt. icg a nm 'wao smartly thrown out. Ihe retiring batsman playe~n terling uricket for his sare of 14. The other latesneli who made a stand were McDonald 10, Pritehant 9, ansd Maher 7. Mos 'played genuino cricket thrmlghiost acll tell erned his - not out. The total score was 80. The Hanover then went in but were unable to withstand the rigorous onslaught of the bowlers, tihe last wicket falling with the score at 26. In their second innings the Juniors madte 5, the principal scores being...

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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

COLLL\GWOOD COURT. TueESUA, FEI. I:lT. (Before Messrs. Turner, Peters, and Iar nett, J's.P.) I'HNUiK .AlS) DIISOKRDERiLY. A most dissipated lookinog elderly vomau mannel Eliabheth M[organt ?as charged with the alcorve offence. The evidence was ieo elusive, ald the records of seve-.d eonvric tions for a similar offence were Ipt in evi dncee. Fined 40s. with the option of one mouth in gasol. Michael Ahenl, who appeaedl to be still suffering from the elffects of drink, notsrith. etaeding that he bad been locked up for several hours, was charged with a similar offence, and was further elmrged iwith havi, assaulted his wife. It appeared that the prisoner is a cooper by trade, is a very good sorkman when eober, and c ea?nl , rery good wages. Some time ago hlie went on tihe beer, as eis wife expressed it, anil left his homne leaving his wife and three children wvithout any means of support. When ar rested for being dnk and disordlerly he lhad (is. in his pocket, but le refused to allow til...

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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

FZ?.Ar, Fln. 16th.' (Before Messrs. Turner and Levens, J's.P.) ASSAULTING A UCONTAIILE. Villiamn Davis was charged with assault. ug Constable Curtuain in the exueotion of his duty. The evidence was conlluslve and several pre1vious convictions were proved against the prisoner. The bench sentenced him to three moaths imprisonment without the option of a fine. STEALING BOOTS. MIary Elliott was brought up on remand chargedl with stealing a pair of hooto. As the police had been unable to find an owner for the boets the prisoner was dicohargel. The saone prisoner was charged with steal ing an axe. cvalued at 6s., the property of Thomas Jones, licensce of the Yorkshire Stingo Hotel. In this ocse tie evidence against thle accusd was quite clear. She -as seutecleed to one nonth is goal. OBSCEXE LANGUAGE. Elizabeth Prior and Annie Gordon were prcseuted for naking use of obscene lian -uage. Gonlon plealed drnkienness and Prior begged to be let off. They were eaclh fined 40s. with the alternati...

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

oPENaINGoN.EW\sBRANCH, 23S SMITIH ST. R'DUCEDE_ PRICES !! WHOILESALE CLOTHING COY., . PREMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS FOILIE PRICE, lt. ltd. SREDUCED TO 10s. 6D. SUITS TO ORDER, 42s. Gd. OPENING NEW IIIIANCII, 215 SMITH STRIEET, COLLINGWOOD. Opposite CUfeb Pllace, and adjoiding the Mlonte Ie Piete Loau and Dliscount Company. TO THE PUBLIC.-Owing to tlhe generous support received from the Spuhlic, odl the'_-reat and unrivalled success we have icet with, has ieltducced the Compaunir to still furfther, increase tlir enterprise by opening a NEW IItRANCI] AT 2l38SMITH S'rREETr, COLLItNGWOOD, opposite the Cotl'Te Palace. In so doing we feeltcotidtcnt we ar: anticipating the iwants of our many Collingirood uand Fitzroy custmcers, from wlolll 'e hope to receive the same liberal support in the future that the public have kindly btestowed upon us in the past We are sellingSINOGLE 'GARMENTS at WHOLESALE PRICES, and owing to tlie lilberal patronage bestowed upon us bIy at D...

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

EDIt)1\ARD CORNELL ? egs to antonisuce Ihis A:.:N N U AL STOCK-TAKING saLL E, COMI7IEEC~LE THIUILSDAY, FEll. I?t. ,E: .xtraonlioary lnduceiuents will be offered to buydrs. 6 See Special Price List. .s1 .ntending l'urclhasers will do well to COME OR SEMND EARLY. ROCIESTER HOUSE 'New Cash Drapery Warehouse, .Corn osrTF itdi, n Td k'cst"`Slheti COL.LICG WOO1), And -MIADELIXE )HOUSE, conler Queens?erry ::.aud al:ldeline St.. C.\A1llTON. ' . 205.. .DOURKE STI'REET EAST. J. WILSON, Practical Watchmaker and Jeweller, 8-7 (;ERITRUDE STREET. ( I- lour sI D " eY, s?.t .) ?TATCAHES, Clocks, &c., Warranted V for two vears. Jewellery mlnade ol the pem.s?... Sl ctalcs frlUlo Is. aclt. A large assortment of pclblde sectacln . FURNITURE. If you nmtt auy, anl isl tol haVle it CHEAP AND) GOOD, ('0 TO GO6LLIFFE S FITZlI.OY FUi?? NI TUR FE EXCHIANGE, 133 BRUNSWICIK ST. (ESTA?ILISIIED 18w ., Good nid Cheap is the plan 1 try, I ask you all to Come and Buy ; With lic you toe:d not fea~ the 'rigger...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, FEB. 17th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

SATURDAY. FEB. 17th, 1883. Tnurnsurt" next is polling day and theelec tors of Fitzroy will then have the oppor tunity of choosing their parliamentary repre entati?es. We have recorded our opinion pretty plainily already, and trust that a similar decision of purpose will be displayed I geoesrally. We have watched the various candidates throughout the week and see not the slightest cause to change our views. The men who have expressed the most libe rml views, the mien who are evidently actuated by really liberal sentiments, as shown by their speeches, are Mr. Illackett and -Mr. Holden. There is no getting away from this fact, and it should decide theoques tion of snpperiority. We have had a long I trial of class dogmatisms in politics, we have had men in power, professedly liberal, and with overwhelming majorities at their back, who failed, miserably failed, in legis lating beneficially. We had also others who Ihad been branded as ty rants and opponents of progress and liberty and opp...

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THE SATIRIST. 'Satire should, like a polished razor, keen, Wound with a touch that is scarcely felt or seen.' [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

THE SATIRIST. By S- M- CIQUF., 'Satie, ?ahoell, like a tilbhn l azor., h?ee. Wo\'ound oilt aftouhi th't iesielr felt or seen. " A comical incident occurred on Monday creninlg in connection with the calvass of one of Fitzroy's candidates. He was billel to speak at certain hotels in the north during' the week, but by some means the notices ill the monling journals mixed the hotels. In the evening, therefore, about 70 expectant electors rolled up at one hotel, and patiently awaited for the candidate, brewing mischief. the while, for that unfortunate idlividual. That gentleman however, attendlel elewhere as arranged. and left the 70 lamenting. Not altogether, though, for one energetic coin imittee main took the chair, another toonk the platform, and forthwith procreled to ex pound the candidate's views. After the ora tion, questions poured in, and were met and I turned so beautifully, between the ehairoan i and the mimic camlidate, that the auditors were soon in r?aring good ihmor. The ...

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

THE STAGE. u?Iou TlEATns. Clark, Ryman, Lawton,. Dearin and Dixon's combined tminstrel and comedy cor pany have been appearing at the Bijou Theatre during the week to splendid houses. Their entertaining abhilities, of which they make full use, appearing to be deservedly appreiatedl. The progera.ne in diridel into three parts, tihe first consistilng of hat. lads and comic songs, in which Messrs, Amery, Lawton. Clark, Dixon and ~aster Willie take part. Tihe "aegIalr aenlmy an amusing song and march, concludis the first part. Ir. Sam. Dearin in his really suleudid musical acts, Mr. F. M. Clark in his artistic specialities, and AIr. T. B. Dixon in his popular English ballads conmprise the perforomers in the intermediate part, whilst the latter part of the progrlammne co?suists of the Irish comealy, in 5 nets, "Mssldoon's Ball," which is given with the full strength of the company, and proves a source of mscels merriment and amusement to those witiness ing itsprosluction. The firstnactop...

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

MR. REID FOR FITZROY. TO TIlE EDITOR OF TIlE FITZILOY CITY PRESS. Sir,-I crave a small amount of space in your journal in order to bring onder the notice of my fellow religionists and electors the kind feeling entertained towards them by Mr. R. D. Reid, who is one of the can didates seeking to obtain a seat in parlia. ment at the present election. At his first mieeting in the Fitzroy Town Hall in con junction with MIr. Tucker, the Hon. H. D. Reid stauped his foot mid clenched his fist at the oame time saying, "I defy tho Catholic element, I lid it at West Blourkc and I'll do it aoail at Fitzroy." He might have further addled, "And wee defeated by themi at Weast iourke." Row what I would like to know is how Mr. Reid expects the. Catholic party, that lie deprecates so ener. geticall, to support his caadildture. A nar row-minde man is at all times despi ble, a bigot infinitely more so : mid while such people endeavour to stir up party feelings it illbe impnsible to obtaia proper repres...

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THE STRIKE OF THE SEMPSTRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 February 1883

THE STRIKE OF THE SEM1'STIESSES. Every possible n lens of bringing about an amiable settlement of theim dispute between the Melbourne and suburban manufacturers of men's clothing and their female emplotyes having failed, between twelve and thirteen hundrel female operatives struck work on Wednesday, and before this issue of the "City Press" is in the hands of our readers the probabilities are that something like seventeen hundred will be out upon strike. For this very undesirable state of things the manufacturers are alone responsible. As a rule strikes are to be depercater, but there are exceptions to every rule and the eircuml. stances under which the present strike has taken place are such as to fully justify the coure thie sempetreses have adopted, and to warrant tbhem in believing that tihe gene ral public will assist thes in tie stnlggle, which it is noexageration to say is a struggle for existence. For some years past tlle prices paid the tailoreesse for tlheir work could onl...

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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

POLICE INTELL?.IGEN?CE. FITZROY COURT. Mo'DAY, FEBRo ARY 12TIH. (Before lMessrs. Falconer and Robb, J's.P.) DRU.NK AND DISORDERLY. Peter Nelson was brought up on remand charged with tile above offence. As he ap peared to have suffred a recovery their wor ships ordered him to be discharged. Isaac Shaweross was charged with a simi lar offence. The evidence of Constable ,M'Manus went to show that the prisoner was helplessly drunk in tile publlic street at ten minutes past one o'clock on Sunday afternoon, and that a cab had to be engaged to take him to the watchhouse. Fined los. with t s. Wl. cab expenses, or in default 4S Ihours in gaol. An old manl ?mned Willitam Clark, and as old woman named Elizabeth Trenworth were severally chargest with having no lawful vis ible mleans of support. They were each sen tencl to one month in gaol. wo PltesEcUTol . Thomas Smith iand Elizabetl Staehan were hargeld with imsultin- behariour, and Ellizabeth tachsan woas fortrer lcharged witl wilful dalmage...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 February 1883

LIBERA.L EL EJCTORS~ T i .... .... 'One T S.or JAS, OLDEN THE LOCAL LIBERAL CANDIDATE, Because you will be voting against the contemptible lies and slanders which jealous and unscrupulous opponents, and therefore falsp SLibeials, have circulated. eoeause he has conducted the contest as a entleman and Liberal should do,. He has slandered no one: He has circulated no ,mallouso lies. '" lVOTE FOR OLDEN BECAUSE .HIS ACTIONS PROCLA IM HIM TO BE A TRUE LIBERA: VOTE FOR HOL EN FFOR FITZROY & FOR IBRAIM T10? .ELE8 OT who' DESIRE To BE CONVEYED to the POLLING BOOTH should-send their n ome and address, togethei, with the time, to tlhi Central Committce Rooms, National Hotel . Beoause you will be' voting against the ontemptible lies and. ianderswhich ealos and nsruulous opponents, and. therefo Ladies, and ,Gen lemen,--- , "Thy ye' ii:<"'ir F JONES, WARDOP & CO., erchatTailors, e g to intimate that they ha p d a Branch of their well-known Tailoring Business at, 215 Br...

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Fitzroy City Press. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21st, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 February 1883

I1DIiSrt I)AYf ," II i , In st!, 1996 i S\V hl a\'on.bunJlall ed Jy sowe parties foo't.lpnl ig ont so pIlait y ill tlho il seat lonit ooiberaltiben at oven tellig 8 thllnt we wvoulli do ouelvatin'es ll igsln oe wl ho tiht ts it can, it doest, not hlondr i, hi oiaur lhst fi the l tIe tone e \of ti ed elolto t t eat. wlch guhh'd nas in formiLg our opinion, and will Ibriefly recapltlate. w\e decl'aed iln fvor of i: Ii lnckutt ibecause hI is a lioral-mnlded,'eduCated gmflleiaa ; 01111 whom the eletors call trust, i nd one wino hilas sheon that ho has the I interest of the electors at heart. We declared for him because we know he has wor ked flr tlhe district; because he is proglressive i his ideas, lilberal towanrds his opponents, andl freeu friom itlrot w aiull pelty class talitlsicos, lie ciuon in Ibo oliiihw tisy lsiswhel par-it liamintlry caeer that he is really liberal and trustworthy, aod that he is a supporter of constitutitial progres. sion. We have had the besat oppor tunities ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 21 February 1883

,To THE ELOTOIWa OF FITZROY, =3', Oentlhmen, Nýlfuloilment of pia lo'to ot toree temonths ago, vlz, That I. oud -"contest th?ýJ Irtvagnpy Fitz ; have now ti hoour oc .n,. tddi o -yo er'eo1Cragwceat t-h-o. o?oh- elettlon, nn will claim your support asl ILoal Ltbral." Mly views on the loeadlug qtol s of days are as follows t I'ROTEOTIO\. Tho fli lmopthii otto evory Liberal' inflipcololony i o t ROIRIORRORO ot the presiobi'Prottiot{.vo J'oliay afthecoohy LI ncto I hLad Io A lnoed that i 1'o 6 l,'"i inuVPcotc'tloo alone, cai benecfilt the couory ld that our fuueprosperity dependstoagetmn utroi the nonnt a P ctro nofo t Native Industries. THE EDUCATIO C The Education Act has eod o of the questions to h sbitd to th s lco and to that I nist state a we co tetig for a seat on tie Shool oo of Advice, I ran atetonloclt eurpoclor of the Act, and will resp t to th u tot of ability any interference wll hat I cosr ah'iomirablo meeaure, einculholtega it doe tly 1Freee Sectlar, andl Coll y clae, a n...

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