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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

ORIGINALt CORRt.9SrONl?IiNCtE. TO TIE Ell- 'ITOlt I MI'l IFITZiROY VIT" I'PUi+S Sli1,--'ollr ]aot Isaso conto111n8n I ltter from C. Ititler ien a subjcrt that roqalrlo a little further reforono. RI o surm thIymyoU nscals have ta motirv for o much nois nllod pparent illy, profane,mad oloccno mirth. titl"l I wathelI them freoqently, I llinoo 'h a thoy a1re Omuing and swearing .Iop o1N leC IV i rive for any deserted littf tri aM di«pa'" I ollsol"notly loony nlot thilnk how or iv to l tloe oer c?n taocticsa noptcdj tigplay cdl1Qn ,rn ost, T1to for itnstce, ono . oy will , l'"ct';,",,; Iralother, who will yell out llto Mieee, orpr<+tWnd to cry, wropal-t1,i ·l' , will rushl oat of bi rate,, gousrtlty tlnto soooln lop, and if no one is presctnt'nletly uatltrnnt solmething 0Ad d1ca11o m. Goner. ally, the ttliongs stolcn aro too sinalt or insig nilfcant to create little)% concenl, even When slee r, sueh as a [Culr Ites,o knlife, a ptir of scissor, orr any light thlin, loft O1 1n c...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27th. HUNK AND DISORERED [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

CARLTON COURT. igbNBA-l,', JIUI. .7t tVUNK ANl DI?asI I Ieithlrphy was brought l r Ich l lty, and wm filln s., or in " i- rsin jail. Cl tllsa? of North rlto-n, waso !tla thanole for owi ter 'eu D orll ooo reototte .t Iolo tillertl ot n tu aloy r itt egllhI. Cot oile Carill ' tea erel?d Ro let hln troe wat S.,l it lthe oJehu n tanltrioe i ,, ?u r wt! g h Is l o ehclc . , ,thi e c eII o pla to id ", ,?tell ciW t two o'i ¢o tt ton t y, :e'I nibot-ou ED thoestondol Lyygootrrt, 4 ?± tcinc t.? tui o .oity wtot , fe m t w e i it .tio, m w, theo ,o rcmitohg. D I ( Lt Gariaehtto thlofoterpeso, C ih I h,, wo:e o?- mae rom for two f ore, and Jar`ý non?I.cI oldd not got a . ,itdhoot denytho tioruth of .o0n pijt 'etonlent litt he pleaded as foLt ,tie, fr wdrslhips, I only did wihat f [0'+:" 0en'loo whea thay get ry ch.... aRnd !!o 3 iturfays ageo Lelyn himself packed ] . ..i i ptolh? tohn , ab l dldroveoaway p l ,before mfar t .. a, d coomplhniot left tie courte luollttg l,"-t e?alin l ill Ilis ...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Tie heat ill England and America Is m1. precedented. iHer Majesty the Queen haI expressed her profound sorrow at the death of ean Stall. Icy. whoSo re11ins will iProrbalry ie interred in \cntrllnitcr Abbey with all the honors of a public funeral, At the ' annul coneoronce of represents. tives of tioe WVeloyanll-oly tihe poetof presi. deft for tie ensuing year, was conferred on. the Rer. M. C. Oshoro. The police have arrestaf mai naoc ed Heckie, all Irishman, who residle in London, on a charge of threatening to mardcr tie Right flon. W. E. Forster, Seccretaryof Stnte for Irland. The man has been brought before the city police anthorities, and re. Ianl te ll. Privatae eck, of the 3rd Devonshire Rifles, halt on the Qoeen's prize-the chief event o! the National Rife Association meeting at Vi7Mbledon. The condition of affairs in Tenis la daily becoming critical, and the British (ovemn. meet have found it necessary to direct thie attention of tile Frelich fiovermnent ...

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CITY COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

CITY 'COUNCIL ELICTION. Mr. J. W., Ward addressed a public mnet. lug at tie Rolh Roy Ilotel on Tuesday even. log last. i Mr. Carpoeter occupied tha cll r, iol britely statedh the tojeete of lhe mietleg. Mr. Vnero said he cnte forward lo wit tot apology, ws hieohsoldereol It was tIe privtlege anl thle duty.of every ratpayer, who wished to see anl Imlprovmnet in theLr. clty enfltru, to do his ltctost'¶o eo'oct It. In appearitg belfore theo as a acadidhite, andl skhig thei for support to the contest, tis only object was to see thalt thle requirem ts of thle rate. payers were botter atteodedoI theo t a t pees. rut. On'every hInle alterotians woere Ieslra Ihe, nold eprovcments absolltoly neCesnry. Crossings, roeds, footpatls, al other works In every part of tite city wer u tncddl, o anld ehae the work properly atill lreetve ly carried oat, he awold aurs eato, and, If rl . tornled, ihomdiately take steps towards the loating of alont . This cenul l e e fotoed tl a very easy alo coavencint ...

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MONDAY MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

0 DAY MUSINGS. S Ive been ltong for .otoriqty. t II ek Itt lat, wl nil its iaeopa Jr tal untuenson reopen iblitiesla. Sh w coi? nny otmions has rought co m or lron rdle, cld now do lor thn vaoy n whir lo to ventur p tli wori of ly provhi a eckly column. Thn moitii ol f he ti nl the donkey of hI fdo wc in rcnlr ludlicro m ls ist on Il boL, On it iny l waied unolpo by pt of 'miniie st .ln t, ci, ud losouf o ur noe ing my na. vic?i ; d it to the winds and 1 es me onl if to ptuoos~n! l 'Th next, a? rrouiogcal ollilononr e a is upon mynt lione ly anvd mts s ist a i ncmy I ,mining whnnt ii ondpeifolly oionrltop n no t volpin, an Io t oa p Al 'tiire l Jii to I rnte Iltto io tfor the mayii no pulo of tol te ipor a- alo aai n er linol-a I still lIeo . Bd, uslinmaluis is apps "lanco u oil Stle aetnu, anl 'eniroa ion to Iea-r alo rvihe bir now work itlod THu PIRtF98 OF NATIO The Tadoor p widely w nioi tihe thr ialdluo lie n ia I co sney nicta m and, Sjudglg biy tim easoos H t was eoo an oy I ....

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FITZROY CITY ELECTION. MR. PHIPPS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

and FITZROY CITY ELECTION: I, ia. iiluiie' IeNecee.t e- On Tainrday evening Mr'. Phipps andres Ine ad Ileeting of eratepayern at tie Wheat le Sheaflnl lotl, lnumwnric.street. The chanir It. wa ocuptoid by Mr. Jackson who ln a fewa lit words Itrdlccl the canllil ate. r. ir. Phipps, oi rllising, epologisea for the Smeeting nodt having blven hld ne prenvously advertised It thoe wlclbhurno poperse, and astated that it ietMe rraened to hlnvu been i, ehlt at iullivoa's ITotol, NortCh tlttroy, hut ittimntely Mr. Sulllivan lead reflned to let it the inlll, thineore lnr lloennnlds ee pasted a ehiot the city annthitog tJhat tle pelce of in ileeting vwold ie at tloe Wheatt Sheaf He tel, btt na. it waes tIln too into to alter tthe advenrtisemeiet, those who had Ceeo the paper " woull le tenconveiitnced therough not know r og of the change tilt har the nkr place. lH latned thaCt on the preaect necenion lo Io. Cnitendle to cntle leo li reclirkes or perthica nrly, to nattcer concernlng thle south ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

GISIHI ALE BASS'S NO, 4, SPLENDID CONDITION, ON OoA0OtttT AT Tintt TIONAL I-OTEL BRUNSWICK STREET. IK Brandy Drinkers admit that lai rl0sson's 18f0, ta obtained at the No Hotel, is unequalled. blesa, Whikis Wines, oud Rumt, ar et out of bond by the proprietor of IIE NATIONAL HOTEL. o Bottles at Wholesalf Pricos. W. IA(tSIIAWIE, Survoyor (for mnrly of tlhe Crown Ll antslmtl MIt prtfnonts), MAKES SURVEYS nlt f Laud, Plua, of Bluldltgs, Spteill Contractors' Quantition, Fire nut usunran? at lowest rates. Ilool by monthl or week, atld leooro olorders, D. I). Silmsoo, Auctloncor sn.etroet, Melfourne, and Iat2) Kin ao.tret, to 10 a.m., andi from 0 to CASHl 'CASH I CASH I E YOURI MONEY BY BUYING FOR CASII AT REW BROWN'S TOWN AND COUNTRY tPERY .WAREHO USE, i; BRUNSWICK STREET. FITZROY. SRICIIARDS, uorH?i.rcutter and Shaver in S Colloingwood. A3d. CIGAR In the Colony. Pipes, inest Tobaeccos Llmo Juleu Scot,., pa of every description, always In SS' M'LEOD, 120, SMITIl BTREET. ST Oetrich Feathe...

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OUR STORY TELLER. THE WOMAN-HATER. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

OUR STORY TELLER. THE 'WOMAN.IHATER. IFrom Marper'e Monthly.) CHAPTER V. . "The next momnet Fanny Iounoed l-.into the them, andd stated a little at the pitoure of:the: pair ready to receive her she did uot wait to be taken to task, bt proceeded to avert enaure by volubllty and lelt.prlse:; !'Au nt, I went idown to the river, whore I loft them,and looke?l all along It, and they werenot n eight. Then I wont to the ea. thdtal, benause that mweontedl the next like. leet tp1dco. 01h,l have had such a race I" ."j.'t0dhlo mo k or you c k hader yu bt flound.,tholo I . '"'A?) nt, itw'a oling to raint andl it'h ,ralnahig now, hard.' Sho . iloes not milnd that."' , e " ?Z Oh io ehaýma goot notllhhg o Il"; " loll llo in crio l Vani. "ailai.tvnr .Now, tarrington, don't iof eooen I nloan nothlog to poil I oly her purple nl?naa, and thet. two yora old.,. But my blue silk, 1 caur't affon to auin It. NhoiLy woinli give Pi auothor, I inow" . "Lkhat a hirtlea wnorld ' esaid Viracl Sti" ,i tla?il " al ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

9POCOIAL COLUWN. - i - uiemo ao,., oc.n. EDWARD LXNGIIORNE AND CO,, AUCFI'ONE2ERS, 230, BRUNSWICK STREIET FITZROY, +LTTYVE tlitauladermentluned properties l : nla busiwnesses fur aMIe , , T- ROY. - --... . S\\O.STORIY Brick.housco, 4 room. antd L kitoma, Fitzroy, £210. 1lWO Shole nol dcwelling, four roelUe each, 'iVO twosltoroy brik houses, ix room, each, Ftroy, £1,100,. FJV two-.roomed brick dorses, Fitzroy, T '13U70. = OUR houses and land, Fitzroy, £.50.1 RICK house, ive , Fitroom itr, £400. .ILOCK of laid, leading stroeet, Fitzroy, .I 33 by 100ft, £5 per foot. B-LUCK of land, cocr al otmonnt, Fltzroy, SJ 0 by 70it, £8 5s per foot. )LUCK iof hou, Fitzroy, 25 by 110lt., £3 I10, per foot. AIDRI?ESSEiR and Tolmccoulet's buit. 1250 nea, Fitzroy, 15 years established, AKER'S BUSINESS. good ve,, lvo roona, tablu, use of oevoo acres land. Rout 10sa. per wmok., ItOICEy nnalt?o?rybnlcsI, Fitaroyl ('OTEl? loedh poition, Fitzroy; in. 01UOTEI, leading trout, Fitaroy; ingoing NORTH FITZROY. SR...

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THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. SATURDAY, JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. SATURDAY, JULY 30. TiU timo is fast approaching when the relationship at present existing between Great Britain and her constitutionally governed colonies will require to be re modelled. A generation ago, when the population of Australia was but a frac tion of whatt i is at present, and when tlhe great majority were natives of the United Kingdom, tle aflectionato re melnbrance which most 111011 feel to wards the land of their hirth rendered distasteful any speculations regarding a time when the colonies, following tlhe conumon law of denelopment, would seek a national career as inldependent states. Like the Americans before tih revolution, they could not brook tlhe idea of a gradual weakening of the po litical sympathies which bound them to tle dear old land beyond the sea. laniy of theli thought upon their sojourn in Australia as a period of exile, and looked hopefully forward to its termi nation, when a life of industry at the antipodes'would be crowned wit...

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[?]ROY POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 25th. [?] Delbridge, Mclea and Bennetts, J's.P.) INERRIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

FITZROY POLICE COURT.   MONDAY, JULY 25TH. rs. Delbridge, Marsden, McLee and Bennetts, J's.P.) INEBRIATES. ney was charged with being disorderly in a public place. Th   as conclusive, and as Anne haa the bench on several previous he was fined 10s. with th ty-eight hours in jail.   k was charged with a similar off Fitzroy. David had made his ap ourt on some previous occasion   charge. On the last occasion he hat he had been locked up with cause, but on the matter being was found that the constable the locking-up business had an said the bench would inflict   his time, but intimated that it brought up again he would be ry severely. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. ob, for making use of obscene hin the hearing of the public, a., or, in default, forty-ight onment.   ULTING BEHAVIOUR. as charged with insulting be- ubic place. The evidence of conclusive, and defendant was a fine of 10s., or go to jail for   REMAND...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 26th. ([?] the Mayor, and Messrs. Marsden, Pers, Barnett, and W. Kidney, J's.P.) NEGLECTED CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 26th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Marsden, Peters, Barnett, and W. Kidney, J's.P.) NEGLECTED CHILDREN.   Wm. Lindsey, Edwd, Lindsey, John Lind   sey, James Lindsey, and Mary E. Lindsey, the eldest about twelve and the youngest abot twelve years of age, were brought befoe the bench as neglected children. On the application of the police they were re- manded for seven days. BEING IN A PUBLIC PLACE, WITH INTENT.   Three young men, named respectively Joseph Fisher, Wm. Smith, alias White,   and Wm. Hanson, alias "Billy the Burglar," were charged with being in a public place with intent to commit a felony. The pris- oners were arrested under the following cir About half past one o'clock on Monday   afternoon detectives Lovie and Charles were on duty in Victoria parade, and noticed the     three prisoners standing near a dealer's shop.   The prisoner ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 30 July 1881

MlIsoollnnoons. FlOR SLE., Cr.cut Sw, alnost t.eo.,Chwp.-l. TTANTOIO to pnlhao, . st of Cloarpollor's Tools 'TT 0l0 07o0. A IlynOio,--0. 9TilVT07 tuo i krch o le n o t ih?stoo o, .omo . Y hond. Lowo odo.-i2L h2F0ll 8A LE,:set of h ay'hamnl ess, olmost now. A l i tlr\ t,-13, • ' W oANTElII to EoChallgog .'oll cad Mlullllo Oom1en, W 'oose.vsoo.o atdfw.illl, for SOith O'"ollh- ,. ORl SALE.--Wheollurald Wilson Sowing .' Maclsne, illn goodl onlrder. This Ofice. Lltorturoo. yOUAVr, Comllltco Olur, 10.. TULlS HIoiohooioog, 7s. I TELLEYUAI, Repolit?oy, 1077, to. JOSEI'IIUS (Whlaton'), 6h. OIIA IIIEIIO Esncyclopuled of Englllh l.iteoturo, ".ANBAItO, eight volutlro, halftboufdO Lt- g. ' OTEA.LFS Ftm'aoa 8erio o "o vollln ol foro7. 0d. WY A bllomlnhdl?ltonsohlo to ga?nonoi, Ito,-. P1lO?FTrC Jooorall: fi7o vohmlom for 20.0 valuable - toshorthaod stulelntsl. O'rleo, 7l.--. AA ACIOT l ro i loltooatur--"oPills-to 0)o 0otolan. ..holy." Five volttolo; j'rice,161,00. ew o ltlo O. AOtlll oas, £t 10..-...

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RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

RIULES. AntvnnttnaKmx.-All rulrortiennscnC to tecllm in wrilon unlit k nnromnlnttal b)" the full chnrie (Al !Mr line, ofeight asont) anld eachl ulrurtlsemlefll mutts .1 0,l but onnnu rtllo or clfrlol. Atratllura tnll nlI mreloo thir rlui ali uoIII and ll drldTUI. x hh n ro ,tairing nurn als to be lint W t n und er coreur of tllu to ,"tuber tII~'I o unable theho manngrr to t IXHI it'. - vnlnu wo W lhcrn. All mpllc. to rygllteurd advertisements meat be e cloru Inrtam «:,l alnrulolurl Ull euddraan.hutbuarih the i Icblan ul ,unbar of the advertisementl to nhilch it mtlllue, thus- e.nd this mmat be cncha.l in rin(Yll)r EIIIE(OI d. do dn to the" "fannger of thle Clr I'RNAN.8S.1Iunl nkl L kSt, FItIe.1,"whe will (Anent t. the ad. t ertiser, And by thlle maneII bring )urrhmoOI and ollor Into caltunnelattion. CLtrn...ee-Th. carnet of (Eoods will be t the ox Ix. )m at of Ib pumhaeur. oxcepl in the epee of goods .rwnretat ! lmt. Tlhl ntleelll not, of ..u..,dotte an " eieIn ,eta a gttmnt to the ...

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THE "CITY PRESS" EXCHANGE AND MART. "I WILL BUY WITH YOU: SELL WITH YOU." [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

THE "CITY PRESS' 1,OCIIANCE AND MART. t6 1 IL(I art illi UU ; tlkLL NI1II TUVV· til h11 o tocidal to of mart l o arloll of our 01* 10 for Ihelo ,otlu llol IolrOrt 010 oe ahlobh 01111bo f otmtully uohotllnl ondur Ith e heo lotoltt, and tn oldot ootoooottoo ooItto 0001.t0 m001 .oototltll rtoooo toonnllll" 1t.o, 00010110 t01 tOwl toototn~llot blooo, lototo o roItlton o1 00,0100 mooyt. t otl}t Autollvl to frallnrllore o0 Itoloontuto. It le n piton byy which tto wrty rto loot0r m010ml bit, to0.taol00 w111 mloot Nll l nnllnwa At Il markt otoles. Ito ·m llul vllo Iminrl *Imnml et pMsusnl ol Ioayrty olr wo $fr '(ion th e~lr ohe6 Thep p ro deswlme of {arlhig otti, tar n·atolln,0000 001 0001 11t01o01t0fo 00 H tel, ot o ha 1000 ' to probr t oo tofor pogno othear nrtln.o of nlt rnoloo Vllt whlcol ol6"lit ot 0001 to pnt under Ihu onlottoot 10001010f luIII.rto1y . rlllll0 n for f1Ie o00 lollu I 1 ottI'ol, tO oOl nu 10 k00 000 o rot e no Ionny alooftto t r o~oI h It Is b;, litot oIto a tatototloo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

Mfsoollanoous. FOR B0AlE, C010ant s 0w, alatout w. ChaTp-10. Ah' 0 to |purch se at auntar'?T'oo rn eplcte. A lwrgnln,--ll T(ANTED to nlurcbo llltokstulllh' tool., se?et S00hntd. LuA ,rtOld.--. 01t SALP, set of heavy har?o?s. aIlost new. A 1 " Prgo"n.-- 13. { AINTOD to ehnoo gt.out a, al d l[?uIlln Oln, lb sevell story andll, lor Smllh Orga.--J. -?101 SALE.--Wheler and Wilson Sowiug MachiLne, in good order. This OIice. Literature. Y0iUAT, CompllPet Oraler, 1. . TULS Ilone.hhoelng, 7s. INTEILLECTUA l Reposltolp, 1876, 1t. JOSEP'iUS (IWhllton'), e., OIIAIIEIIt'S EncyclojItlo l of Englishl LIlueture, JANSAItD, eight volumos, halthuoud £f--0. p \II ETIC Journal • leo volumes for1s: valuable P lto shorthand R udents, Irce, LL-.. NCOIE.T conao llteturo--" Pills to Purge Jleln. chol" Five vo lumes;d prlce, 15a ; now dalition. PIO8PECTUS OF THE "FITZROY CITY PRESS," A wxLO JoLUVO AL OF 00a, LITRATURS, Ua. osUSCtIPtotONit Io QUARTER, Is. celoeving that the time has arrived when the citizels o...

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VICTORIA PARADE CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

VIC'TOIHA PAIRADE CONOREGIIA TIONAL SUNDIAY SCHOOL. i On Touesday ovdning'laswt tho woaorl colce bratioo in conontion with tho abhov sc0ho?w l was heldo. For tle last two or three weeks tlhe school hla hesa closeol, and ulder tho capable hoIdsof Mlesors. ?looluoy aoal hleler Ios ,con loxaotifully lpntold and decorated. O1l entrlog, tho visitor is strclk ?y theo cheeifld oapact of the rdoo, tho'walls lbeihg colored a plde bluo, panelled out, and wa lorar balor rlnliag round tlhe Ioool ; thOrro i aho soo nice scrollwork on oeaclh of the pillars. Alor tlhe platform is paintcdl tlhu orolo " Ioos nao to thll Ihighest," awon d underrathl th texot tis hog a clock. 'ho ventilntioa Ihas also aoon looked to, null impmveono nts jltdlo in the chanldeliors; oltogetlher, tho todt e hsemble is very leasigtl I 'toh entertainle nt tookh the slhlpo f folonnl olnsalt' to, wasr proeedlcd hy o tea,l which trio yo oll?gtcr,oit is ooicdlsal to ray, did amplo jostico to. The dolebris harl'ng ben clearedl r...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2nd, (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Marsden, and Barnett, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

COLLINGWOOD 'COURT. ''TaqaeoAr, Auoiv 2td, IBefore thle 'Mayor, send Messrs.. Maesden, ndl Bhrnett, J's.P.) DRUNK ,nI, tDIJORbERLYO., Augustine 'Nnmanri and Rosanna M'Na tara, his wife, wereo senovernlly charged with the horn offonce. They were each fined ei5s., or ie default, 24 hours in jail. " LA' TRLnr1.1T.t. A middle.aged womatn inamed Catherine Gogho woan brought up charged with hehg a disorderly prostitute. After hearingg ti e ,videteno of soadtshaldes Hlisny and Moore, tlhe anala s?tncnicd tie prisoner to 12 epontas' mnprisonmcnt.i . , -. lire childhen, n?m?led rpeetirely Falarnl, Francis, John, Jamoe,n d .Iary E., Lindsay. were brohrnghtinpon reomamt'ts ncglcted children;'tha (atlier iaow appearcdl in court, and infonned the hmnch that ho was prepared to takehn thre schiest children at once, andl hoped to bhe'ale to provide for hea others in tie oure of a week. Francis, ithrard, and Jolhn, wsre healdd ovecr to their efatir. Jas. and Mary "eawornent to hn? Indastrial iahooln...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FITZROY CITY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

leTItOY CITY I,]hIr'TJ'lON, MIlt. WAVo'o Ytlj+ oIoIr. M .'..7 fIr. J. Warod ddlroerd a nlaouotlg of rao payrsa' at theI IRereation Hotel, Ilaldulborg roadl,! o Mo?olay last, The room woas crowdeld, sli groat nteresoat manifeted by thoo preoeat. rMr. 0. I ailer occ led the chair, awl briully referred to tlh ojeclts of thie motllg, al to tlo ealao of Mr. Voard's cluantltluro lIoeouloglhad thalt gotlemolo and cl hhred thaot ris rost arceer his largo inoterest stako ill the o ity hoi bousiloa habit and e al-knwon trol ity recoeulndcod and pu olftlrly litted thlt for the position of thilr roprooonotiovo. Ar. Wa?l was ogrutcd wslth apploause. Ir reviewed i statontoaa at oprovious mootilogol dealt with tile loan queotion li alvocated ati rcomplotion ait imoprovoellm t of thorough fares alntil plathways tl tlo vorioos prtoa Iof the city aeupportml tihe urecion of ia brilg over aerri Creek ; expressed Ilia opiitony olt thn trh Ftnyaretoly ncl generally rwflaser to anuulilpanl nattel of illtr...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. SHOWERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

Msl. S owoo'oooo' ,Ilo'rtxO. Mr, Sllowrs, oneof tih retiring ouocillors, fddrcfss d.thl citizens in t o Town Hall on Thursday ovening. There was at good attendance, thoile meetilng throtghooft being oroderly, The Mayor occupied thf c hair. H said tllot lhis position that tevening was one of strict neutrality, and he woult have mulech pleasre i presidiag over a mewting for any of the other canldMdats, or if they could arrange for one, a joint meetieg of the wholo five. Mr. Showers afod been a col. laoono of his for thle pst fod?i.joears, and ho coed testify to that entlnlah. biity fie hsl Io doubot thalt tlle craonhio lofhon oe able to render a goa l aocount for hit b lf;n ael ho therafore left ,im in the honlds o thl tmeeting. Mir. Showers was received with ppllo o. lH remarkoel tlt it was six .years sime e had iwcn first ilndced to cole forrrd a sandidate for the city council. Tle rat pnyers then honoured hif with their cot' I ldee, alo la hoil to the bestor his abiity, trlel to me...

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