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COBURG—MONDAY, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

COBURG-MMOsNDI , MARCa 4. Present: Cr. Richie (President), Crs. Jones, Landells, McGowan, Doling, Hunt, Kendall, and Bunt. CORRESPONDENCE From Shire of Brunswick, asking Council of Coburg to appoint a delegate to meet other delegates representing councils in terested in the Sydney-road and Nicholson street toll-houses. President Ritchie was appointed a delegate. From James Robertson, expressing his willingness to co-operate in improvements to be made at La Rose. Cr. Landells thought the work should be done without Mr. Robertson, as he had been a leading ratepayer in the district, and had done much good for the district. The Cr. moved that tenders be called for the work. Cr. McGowan seconded the motion, and stated he had examined the work referred to. The President moved as an amendment, and Cr. Hutton seconded, that the plans and specifications be referred t' the Public Works Committee, to report on at next meeting. Cr. Dolling did not want to see the matter shelved for a month. Pre...

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FROM THE POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

FROM" THE POLICE GAZETTE. Charles James, mate of the ship Drum lanrig, was severely assaulted in Victoria parade, Melbourne, about 11 p.m. on the 3rd instant, and robbed of a silver lever hunting watch, number composed of three figures, 5 being the centre one and 7 one of the others, a gold albert chain of close hexagonal links, plain bar and pendant; and about 10s. Stolen from the person of Mrs. John H. Austin, Brunswick, on the 2nd instant, about 9 p.m., in a Carhtorn 'bus, a gold open-faced lever watch. gold dial, maker Gaskin, Dublin. No. 3395. In Young street, Fitzroy, between 4 and 5 a.m. on the 5th instant. Louis Sayce, 20 Gore street. was robbed of a gold hunting lever watch, maker Walsh Bros., No. 85155; a gold albert chain, rope pattern, with plain bar; an old black leather purse without fastening containing a crossed cheque for £5 on the English, Scottish and Australian Chaitered bank, Collingwood, drawn by MIr. Farrell in favor of com plainant. Between 11 a.m. and 4.20 p...

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JIKASHIRE, MONDAY, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

JIKASHERE, MONDAYT, MACH 4. Present: President (J. C. Clinch), Cra. Ellison, Sobey, O'Keefe, Mitchell, Dennis, Bastings, Paterson, and Plant. CORBBSPONDENCE. From Water Supply Department, asking if Council would remove the stone from the pipe trench, or allow the Department to dispose of it. It was resolved that the Department be allowed to remove the atone and also the tramway from the road. From H. Keele, asking permission to con tinue depositing nightsoil on his ground. Granted. From Chief Secretary,. asking for a classified return of rates. Received. From Sands and McDougal. asking for orders for Templeton's Guide. Received. From J. C. Kupech. asking that a drain which runs through his property might be cleansed, and also that something might be done to prevent a second drain which runs through his property from destroying his fence on the north side of the Heidelberg road. The matter was allowed to stand over. Some discussion arose upon this application. Cr. O'Keefe could not s...

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FITZROY.—THURSDAY, MARCH 7. Before Messrs. Showers, Falconer, McLean, and Marsden. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

FITZROY.-TnunsnAr, MARcH 7. Before Messrs. Showers, Falconer, Mc Lean, and Marsden. Edward Molt, Frederick Tulk, Colling wool Newham, Martin, Ryan, Mealmaker. Hill. Watson, and Commerford were mulched respectively in the following fines -5s., 2a. 6d., 2s. Gd., 10s., 2s. 6d., 2s. 6d.' 2s. 6 ., 2s. 6d.. 2s. 6d., for not sending their children to school. Mary Anderson was charged with vagrancy. The constable described the w: man as being in a very bad condition wand, ring about the streets, with no homr to go to. Con. Cottrell sgid that he had known the woman to be convicted many times for vagrancy, and had no home, and could not make one. Sent to gaol for 3 months. George Anderson was fined 20s. or 7 days' imprisonment for using obscene lan guage in Napier street. Mary Auder=on, wife of the last prisoner, was charged with o:'structing the constable in the diecharke of his duty--ridelicit, arresting her husband. Mr. Lyons sug g.'sted to the bench that as the woman was defending her hus...

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EXPLOSIOX OF GAS. TWO PERSONS SERIOUSLY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

EXPLOSIOG OF GAS. Two PISO~so SY rOUSLt IGrzwED. On Monday evening, the 4th instant, at half-past eight o'clock, the residents in Yarra street. Collingwood, were alirmed by a. load report, which brought the people out of do irs. when, t.hoy found the residence of Mr. William Joy to be on fire, the flames ise.ing by. the dor and window. Upon inq'siring we learned that Mr. and Mrs. Joy had gone to visit so;me friends, and on their return were acco npanied by a little girl, aged 12syears (i.danchter.of Mr. Thomas Holland). who begRed to be allowed to carry the baby for Mrs Joy. Mr. Joy entered the house followed by the little girl, Mrs. Joy remained in the s'reet talking to a neigh bor. On entering the hmse the little girl placed the baby cn the bed. Mr. Joy then proceeded to the frrnt room, followed by the little girl, to try to stop the gas which was escaping; he struck a match, when he saw an explosion was imminent. He seized the little'girl and pushed her through the doorway into t...

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STARVED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

STARVED TO. DEATH. 'I!as following, taken from the Age of Tuesday, will show that death by starvation is not entirely unknown ib this colony:-Mr. Hornsby, J.P., held a magisterial inquiry at Broadford yesterday on the body of a young maB found on Saturday last by two young lads, when onut rabbit hunting. The body was lying in the hollow of a large tree on an opossum rug, the deceased's boots on one side and his hat on the other. The place waq about half a mile distant from the White Flag store, hut Mr. Fitzpatrick, the storekeeper, had never seen deceased about his place, though some lads had told him they had seen a delicate-looking young man in the neighborhood some time ago. On one of the boots found there was a cut, from which a shepherd identified deceased as a young man he had seen some seven weeks ago, about two miles from where the body was fcund, who asked him for a drink of tea, which he gave to him, bat deceased declined to have anything to eat. The shepherd described him...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

DURHAM HOUSE. J. CURRY, TAILOR & HABIT MAKER, 79 :- 81 SMITH ST., • FITZROY. MRS. M'IVER, Straw Hat and Bonnet Maker, 195 CARDIGAN STREET, CARLTON (Near corner Elgin Street.) Hats, Feathers. Flowers, and Trimmings always on hand, lowest prices and newest styles. CHAS. MOORE, (Late of Collingwood) Ca rver 8 GC-iLder, Picture Frame Maker, 114 Lonsdalc st., opposite hospital, Melb'ne. Be-Gilding, Map Ilountihg, &e. RI.RICHARD DAWSON TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE. 280 NICHOLSON ST., FITZROY. And at NICHOLSON & ASCHERBERG'S CHAS. CANTLON, HAIRDRESSER, AND TOBACCONIST, SIMPSON'S ROAD, [Opposite Simpson's hotel.] Afine assortment of Meerschaum & Wooden pipes. Tobacco and Cigars of best Brands. Umbrellas, Parasols, etc., repaired. Rimmell's Perfumery. MUSIC! MUSIC! HALF PRICE ! All the newest Music sold by DBlm &: Collins, ARCADE, SMITH STREET, AT HALF PRICE. Agent for MESSRS. ALLAN AND CO J. HOLT, COACH BUILDER, 57 PEEL STREET. COLLI NGWOOD. R. SIMPSON, WHOL...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

TO COBBESPONDENTS. Bejectd communications cannot be returned under any circumstances whatever. No notice can be taken of anonymous com munications. Every letter must be accom. panied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.., To avoid inconvenience and delay to persons interested we have to request that all business communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GarTrrrr & SaPv~ r, and not to the EDrro. ADVERTISExENTS. in all cases, to be prepaid. Letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns should be addressed to the 'ditor.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

BIRTH. HOBSON.-On Wednesday, February 27th, the wife of Mr. Ebenezer Hobson, farmer, Banyule, Heidelberg, of a daughter.

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COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6TH, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNESDAT, DAEARC 6vw, 1878. Present-The Mayor (Cr. Turner, in the chair), Cre. Peters, Smith, Keele, Wright, iHansiow, Bryant, and Upton. CORRESPONDENCE. From Commissioner of Public Works, stating that the tender of T. Dally, for works on :Beilly street drain, had been ac cepted. Received. From 'Bus Company, asking Council to appoint a stand at the east side of crossing leading to the Northcote bridge. Referred to the Public Works Committee. From James W. Payne, complaining of having to pay for a right-of-way off John. ston street, when other ratepayers had not paid. The Town Clerk replied to this that one owner adjoining the right-of-way could not be found, and the other party who had not paid, had been granted time to pay up. From the Town of Richmond, stating that the placing of fire-plugs in Victoria Parade would be postponed in consequence of the Government refusing more plugs till the main was extended. From the Secretary of the Artizans' School...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Ominia Vincit. SATURDAY, MAR. 9, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnnia Vincit. SATUItlAY. MAR. 9. 1878. I, another .column will be found a list of the ,proposed works .for. the City of Fitzroy for the ensuing year. It will:t be' Been that;tlie suiii gfC 207 8s 6d is to be appropriated, for the mentioned purposes, and of this aoutint nearly one-half will be devoted to main tenance metal, the other and larger portion to be devoted. to.what may per haps be more`" legiiimaiely'termed new works, and-of this a- con-iderable amountgoes to North Fitzroy.' These new works generally are of. that char acter which-will 'eonsiderably improve t~ijpreseitcnditi.on of the localities, ?pon whielhilis)pron"?i~s~ to make the -expenditure. -Our readers must under, stand that certain amounts had '-been appropriated from :the Town 'Fund somelfew years ago' .for some of these mentioned localities, and the appropri ated amounts had been spent thereon, but instead of improvement,.- a con. dition of things had ;been ,'brought ibbtit which ...

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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

POLICE. FITZROY--Monoar. ra Masucrca 1878. Before Messrs. Woultead, Mars len, Ricardo. and Fowler. Blanch Whittosta-d-runk and dis-rderly Fined 10s. and 2-. Ed. costs, or 18 hours' imprisonment. Thomas Shoeburn-wilful trespass. Di% char-ed. M:try Anderson-drnuk and disord rly. Fined 10a, or 45 hours. Mf?ry was also charged with obstructingr the police, but band might be produced, as he was impli cat'd in the affair. Stephen Hogan. a tall man, was fined 5s. or 241 hours' imprisonment, for being drunk and di-orderly. Robert Campbell, a respetahble looting man, was charged with being drunk and disorderly, but as the offence was unusual for Robert he was disciarged. Andrew Park-l.-unk and disnrderly. Cautioned that if up again he wceld be sent to gaol as an habitual drunk-r I, and wou'd pro ally get 12 monthr. Discharged. William Ryland. an intellig."n looking~ resyectably dressed boy, was charged ?i!h stealing p:geons. He pleaded guilty. A n-ighbor of the mother of the boy said the boy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

Funerals furnished by W. G. RAVEN, SC"ET a. erta3r. er , At PRICES LOWER than any house in Victoria. Note the address: .203 4- 205 SAIITfST.,FITZROF, WEEKES & WOODCOK, IMPORTERS OF PAPERHANGINGS, 77 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. Painters, Grainers, Sign Writeri, Gilders, &c. Pluinbers,; Ga-fitters, and General Contractors.. Th6i Cheapest House in Fitzroy. N.B.--ll work guaranteed. The MIhSES- LEARY Beg-to inform thebo ldies of Preston, Gower. iille;' and the surronnding district, thai they hKaie reopened.the business tpremises 'situate iat the coiner-of Plenty and Heideli berg roads (late in the occupation, of Mrs, Beal) as - - Dress and Mantle Makeirs... Havingaoquired considerable eiperidnceid the first houses in Melbourne, they can?is 'sure their patrons that all orders will be welland promptly executed, in strict ac. cordance rwitj the prevailing fashions of the day. .owoerville, Jan. 2, 1378. DON'T RORGT,;TQ CALL.AT, Collingwood City Coach Factory. Before getting yo...

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HURLING. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

The Heidelberg Hurling * :- -e:- for their first day's prac'ic, on -'- lry eaening 2lst. on the loeal cr9- ' roni3, when mcst of the memnh-rs b-: .re=enrt an ho-'s very shirp and cr-i'rltin e r?ctice wa:s C:.ige· i in. A meetin wat-- afierwards held at the Old Engl:t d Hotl, Mr. M. r.-re! cocvnpving the chair. It was decided to postpone the match which was to have taker p'!,c on St. Patie:k's Day with the Collinogwaou Club for a w eek. 6o as iot to interfere writh the ma'ch to take place t. the Frienly Society's G.rounui on Sc. Patrick's Day, and in which h.,,, the Heiidelboee and Colinnwa I.d Clubs wished to Ltake ptrt. it was ananged that a con cert should be giren a. a date to be afte- w trds named, the pro?,eds of which should be devoted to assisting the cricketers in fencing in their rounni. T.e. xa.yw m.-mbers were proposed and bialloted for. an-I d-claired elected. The usual vote of 'hanks to the chairman terminated the t.r.c?sedn,. The foI.owtng are the names of th as who we...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

A WEDDING. At Irish country weddings of the lower orders, the priest is paid by voluntary contributions of the wedding guests. The marriage is generally celebrated in the evening, and is fol- lowed, especially among the farming classes, by a grand festivity, to which his "riverince' is always invited. After supper, when the hearts of the company are merry with corned beef and greens, roast goose, ham, and whisky-punch, the hat goes round. Honor Malone was the prettiest girl in the barony; and a lucky boy on his marriage day was the bridegroom; albeit on the occasion he looked very ill at ease in a stiff, shiny, brand-new, tight-fitting suit of wedding clothes. Lucky, for in addition to her good looks, the bride had fifty pounds to her fortune and three fine cows. Very pretty and molest she looked seated beside the priest, blushing a great deal, and wincing not a little at his reverence's somewhat broad jokes. And most becoming was the " white frock" in which she was attired; a many-...

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CITY OF FITZROY. SCHEDULE OF PUBLIC WORKS FOR YEAR 1877-8. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

CITY OF FITZROY. SCHEDULE OF PUBLIC WORKS FOR YEAR 1877-8. General Ee -irs-7000 yds. metal. £2275; Heiielberg i~d. Smith s-., to Brunswick st., 700 yds. metal. E227 10s.; Heiielberg rd., Smith st.. to the Creek, £275; Smith st. maintenance, .£360; Nicholson - street m,iqtenance. .£550; Street Sweeper. £56 10s.; Local Board plan of Rights-of-Way, £25; Michael st. Channelling. McKean st. to Heiielberg rd.. £30; St. George's rd.. Ciannelling to W.rming's hotel and Me al, £&70; Heilelherg rd. at Michael st.. Chan nelling ant wilening Culvert. .75; Bruns wick st. North substitute Culvert for Cros sinS , £60; Westgarth st. Channelling, Ntpier st.. to Gore st.. £50; Nicholson st. Culvert. £200; Repairs to Crossings anl Ptvements. £230; P.inting and repairs to Reilly. t. Brilge. £?0; Hire of Steam Roller for new metal. £85; Edinburgh G ruans, Improvements. £301; Wages, day Laborers, £750; Delbrilve st., Im provemen-s. £350; Composition Pave ments Town generally, £1000; Foot bridles....

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MARIE, an Emotional Story. (Adapted from the French of an anonymous Lady Writer) SPASM II. PAUL HARCOURT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

MARIE, an Emotional Story. (Adapted frome the French of an anonymous Lady Writer) BY E. A. Saxso-. SPsM II. PAUL HARCOURT. rT was a bitterly cold morning in the month of February, one, so chilly and bleak, that the very marrow of one's bones was frozen. The snow, and sleet, and driven rain, were whirling about at the mercy of the pitiless wind, which blew in fitful, chilling gusts. The white flakes fluttered long and tem pestuously in the air before they found a lodgment upon the soddened ground. The heavens were grey and overeast. The ragged, torn, and tattered cloud seemed to stoop as 'twere and enwrap the world in damp and ghost like wind ing-sheets. Every house, and street, and open space was covered with a thick and freezing mass of blended sleet and snow. Not a bird, not an insect, not a thing of life was visible. All was gloom and wretchedness. Nature itself was enveloped with the misery of a silent gruesome death. The day was like to one of universal mourning. A melancholy, ...

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CRICKET NOTES. COLLINGWOOD CHALLENGE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

CRICKET NOTES. COLLINGWOOD C tALLEXGE CUP. This match was finishe1 last S^t,,rday and resulted in -a wi ;f "r the Riverites by 13 runs after a well-conteated game throuth out. J. Maynard,. for the Capulet, played a good innings fo 21. not out. Gray was in good fettle as wicket-keeper for the Yarra, and Furhop's fi ddino at point was excellent, Folton, D.,bbins ,. and Pet herick divided bowling honors. A2pende1 are the scores: YAnA--first innings ... ... 77 second ,, ... ... 9a To'al ... 170 CAPULrT 2NS LV'SCS. Harvey. c Furhoi, b Bryce ... 14 Trott, b D ulbin.on ... t Potter, sa Gr.ty. h Dobbinson ... 14 Waugh, b Dobbinson ... ... 3 J. Maynard. not out .. . 21 H. Hodges, b Dobbinson .. 1 Wardrop, b F'ult ... ... 2 J. Whiteoak, -. Gray, b Dobbinson 4 Beard, b Fulton ... ... O Bice, (capt) b Petherick 3 W. 3Iayna d.e Dobbinson b Petherick 2 Sundries ... ... 5 70 l?r I-.s ? s ... ... 87 Grand total ... ... 157 Y.raA YARr.. BowatnS AyALYSt'. Dobbinson, 114 balls, 5 wickets, 5 maidens 34...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

GENERAL- NOTICE: .Z HE Mercury is published every Saturday L Morning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly deliveied at their-place of businees or residence will be charged is. per quarter,payable in advance; by post ls.6d. per quarter. The quarter oommences on the first Satur day in the months of December, March, June, and September. The Editor will be obliged for inform ation-more especially relating to local matters. SCALE FOR ADVERTISING. Business Cards, per quarter, from 7a. 6d. Official and Election Advertisements, each insertion, per inch ... 2s. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and Land for Sale or to Let, Articles .for Sale or Exchange, Miscel laneous, Missing Friends, &c.,- Os. 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths, and Marriages ... ... -... s. Od. t To Aevra'rxss.-Notice to withdrawe advertisements must be given in writing. T'HE ADercU:i can be obtained from any of 1 the following agents :-Subscription is. per quarter. G. CAnl?.LL ... 167 Smith street. Mrs. WooDB...

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COLLINGWOOD—TUESDAY MAR. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 9 March 1878

COLLIA'GWOOD-Tr snaY, Mar. 5. Before Msrs.Tarner (Mayor). Kidney, Berry, Nettleton. Leven=, and Ead". Ellen Holmes was cha-ged with being drnak and disorderly. Fined 10s. or 13 hours' imprisonment. Elizabeth Smith. for having no lawful means of sup;ort, was sent to gaol for three mouths Prancis Herriot was char=xe on summo"s with cruelly torturing a dog contrary to Police Ofeaces Satute, plrt 2, sec. 23, s'ib. see. I and 5. Con Cartlelge described the state he found the d:i lyin; in Stanl.y slre-t. Herbert Simpsrn said he sa Herrintt drag.ing the dog ont of the trough onlpsite his h ,tel, and then t e it up to a post at the cl.'ir door. Ernest Pauley sa v Herrior tie the dog up to a past. He sub. sele:stly sa the d g lcing in the road with his throat cut. Mr. McKean, for Herriot, denied that he had cut the dog's th oat. No evidence being ad lcel to show that Herriot bad cmmnitted the cruIty the else was dismissed. F :ward Fairthorne--ilteeally by night on the premises. Mrs. York. Ca...

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