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COLLINGWOOD—FRIDAY, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 8 May 1875

COLLINGWOOD - FRIDAY, MAY 7. Before Messrs. Walker (Mayor), W. Kidney, Nettleton, Wood, Bowring, and Hailes. Peter Davis was charged with having deserted his wife nine weeks ago. He was arrested at Maffoa, in Gippsland. The bench made an order for 16s. per week towards his wife's maintenance for twelve months, the defendant to find one security of £40 that he will do so. William Dunstane was allowed until   1 p.m. to pay a balance of £8, due for the support of his child in the Industrial   Schools, according to order made on   October 27th last year. John Shand was fined 2s 6d., and 2s. 6d. costs, for drunkenness.   Catherine Dudley v. Mary Gregor.-Mr. Edwards, junr., for plaintiff, and Mr. Elkins for defendant. Summons to recover £20, damages for injuries sustained by the bite of a vicious dog, on April 10th, which attacked plaintiff at Mr. Stone's shop, corner of Fife and Derby streets. Thel plaintiff resided at No. 19 Oxford str...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

u.blio Oosma:gnios. COMMlERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITER. COLLINGWOOD BRANCH. The business of this branch is now con ducted in the NEW PREMISES, 246 & 248 SMITH STREET. EDWIN TOWLE, Manager. COLLINGWOOD POUDRETTE (Guano and AMMONIA COMPANY (Limitdd Registered. Nominal Capital, £7000. "In 7000 shares of One pound. Payments- 2s. 6d. on application, 5s. on allotment, and liable to calls of 2s. 6d. per month as may be required. Prospectuses, testimonials, and rules may oe had at the office, over No. 1 Collins street east. This company is formed to carry out in the above district the patented process of Messrs. Hesse and Rummel, for disposing of and utilising animal excreta, as night soil, &c., for the towns of Collingwood and Fitzroy, under a contract with the local councils and a lease from the.Crown. Ton. ders have beenaccepted for the works. There are a few more shares still for sale. THE PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND, AND Investment Association. Registered under...

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HEIDELBERG, MAY 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

HEIDELBERG, MAY 12th. A special meeting of this council was hold at the coouncil chambers on the above date. Present. Cr.. Smith (president), Fanning, Studley, Bond, Burrows, Brennan, Day, Cummins, Watmough, and Duncan. THE GREENSBOROUOIG DIFFICULTY. The Overseer' of Roads (Mr. 'C. 8. Win. grove) acted as Secretary, and havinglbeen instructed to obtain an opinion from Mr. Gilohrist '!in ia Buck," he. had, drawn up a case and submitted it to that gentle. man'for hlisopinion thereon. Mr. Gilchrist had promised to send the opinion by' that morning's post but it had not arrived. He had, however, received .two letters on the subject from Mr. Gilchrist, which he would now read, :Mr. Wingrove read the letters in question which were to the effect that, in conse. quence of certain things not having been done as required by law, a prosecution could not be maintained against the late clerk and treasurer to the,late Greensborough Road Board, and that the best thing to be done under the circumst...

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COUNCILS. FITZROY, MAY 12, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

COUNCILS, FITZROY,' MAY 12, i875. There' were present at' the' ordinary fortnightly meeting of the above council -The Mayor (Cr. Kneen), in, the :hair, Crs. Rowe, Woodhead, Lyons, Ielbridge, SRobb, Tucker, and Ewing. coORnESPONDENCE. A number of residents in Smith and Johnston streets asked for a footbridge opposite the Birmingham hotel.:, Referred to the Public Works Committee. Mr. 'ivedtyman comiplained of the state .oftlie pitching in Hanover street. Referred to Public Works Committee. Mr. baill'e complained of the storm-water causing a nuisance in Reilly and. Kerr streets, and asked for the,channel btetween Westgarth And Reilly streets to be lowered ?d as to give inoreased velocity to the water in draining off. Referred to Public Works Committee. Mr. Mitchell, lessee of the weigh-bridge, asked for' a' reobate in 'ila rent, as the receipts'for the past six months had fallen ifar short of previous ones. Referred to the Market Committee. Attention was drawn to the .state of the pat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

THE GREAT SUMMER FAILR persons requiring Mourning have an ent opportunity of procuring at snusually LOW TARIFF. . LACK FRENCH SMERI NOES. , LACK LUSTRES. SLACK CRAPE. SLACK MOURNING 'HATS. LACK CRAPE . BONNETS, d g K ? .K FOY, always disposed to sell r ggoods cheap,has marked down r price below COST all such articles. MARK FOY, .e Smith street, Collingwood.. 98 SG. ANSELL, to FASHIONABLE aO cE "".A..EE "B TL, 2k 1881MP80N'8 ROAD, North Richmond. ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots Sewn, r, egged, made to order. et Hid stock of English and Colonial Boots re every description on hand at Moderate w.* . Repairs neatly and cheaply done. er to THOMAS SMITH, WHOLESALE l OT & SHOE MANUFACTURER, th 8aokville st., Collingwood. ot wkers and the Trade supplied at 'the lowest prices. " MISS McKEY, , ENERAL DRAPER ;et 81 GERTRUDE ST., le, FITZROY. Sinery, Mantles, Costumes, Hosiery, Feathers, Flowers, Cuffs, &c. e. Showroom is under the management at.: of Miss McKey. 10 ROTHWELL'S ,n DL...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

LOCAL NEWS. Owing to the pressure upon our space we have been necessarily compelled' to hold over several letters, and contributionii from Puox and other contributors.-Editor. The Hon. J. J. Casey, M.L.A. has decided that no more Crown lands shall be sold by auction, until the new Land Bill has been disoussed in Parliament. Mr. James Mirams jun. seot a good example on Tuesday when he presented the amount of his costs, as witness in the prosoeution of John Falvey for cruelly ill-treating a horse, to the poor-box of the Collingwood Court. Mr. Marous Slovewrlght, the soliotor, made application, on Thursday, to the police.magistrato, at Fitzroy, for transfer of the license of the Somerset Arms, Perry street, to Frederick Timmoll, which was granted: as was, also, that of the Derby hotel, Brunswick street, to Willian Yardly. A frivolous charge of uttering ecounterleit coin, brought by Mr. Jones, the licensee of box's hotel, junction of Wellington and Reilly streets, Collingwood, is likely...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

TOVWN HALL, FITZROY Under the patronage of their Worships the Mayors and Couneillors of Fitzroy and Collingwood. In aid of the Fitzroy Free Library. Monday Evening, 17th May, 1875, Second Grand Entertainment of the FITZROY AMATEUR MINSTREL COMPANY, Consisting of a Band and Chorus of sixteen performers, under the leadership of the celebrated N. LA FEUILLADE AND HARCOURT LEE. GREAT ATTRACTIONS I Music and Mirth. Grand Overture. Grand Opening Chorus. Grand Finale Songs, Choruses, and Ballads. EMERALD SHOE DANCEI Pianoforte Solo Song and Dance. Grand Seolections by La Feuillado, Hlarcourt Lee and magnificient Band of Eight performers. Look out for the Night and the WARRIORS' RETURN. Doors 'oon at 7.30, commence at 8 precisely Admission--Chairs, 3s.; area, 2s.; back seats and gall6iy One Shilling. ,,, . ALLEN MORGAN, Sec. 4.Treas. W. .B, HAILES, Manager. FRED. IfAILES, Agent. .FORESTERS' HIALL, Smith St. D?ENEU'IT CONCERT in aid of the' 1L Widow and family of the late MARK F on, on TUESD...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Oninia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Rejected 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 person, . interested toe have to request that all business communications, including advertisementse orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad. dressed to GsmurrTn & SPAVEN, and not to the EDITOu. ADVEBTIBEMENTS, in all cases, to be prepaid. .Letters and other communications intended for insertion in the notes columns should be addressed to the Editor.

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CHAPTER. II. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

CHAPTER. II. "WELL, my Auntie Kirsty .had taken such a scunner (loathing) to Glasgow, and no wonder,' that she 'couldna be in peace till she was safe :out.o't; and away home 'sheowould-be in. the morning. There was no use arguing -:with her," wheno once' my, A ulitletKirsty had made 'up her~.mid;. she wasnd to be moved,: 'as all, her friends were aware of. Peggy. and' Rabby did ill they could.to tempt, her to stay, by telling 'her 'of the grand sights, and fine things .they would take 'her to see. "' There's, the high kirk, Kirsty, and; 'the college, arid 'the green'' and the Broomielaw wi' a' the. boats,' cried Peggy.' 'Eh, ;Kirsty,' 'woman, you: would never gang awa without. seeing, them , "'Haud your tongue;'Peggy Penider,'; was all .that my''poor: Auiitie Kirsty could eay, 'for`I tell you I canna bide.', "'.And the'shops and the 'braw folk, woman!, ' S"'I have seeii'enough' o' youir' shops 'and braw folk, and ower muckle o' some o' them,' quo my. auntie. "'Ehl but the ministers,...

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THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS. (BY OUR OWN REPORTER.) forsaking the disagreeable sandy path for another of more consistency, until he nears a circular lagoon, upon the placid surfirue of which there will be observed floating ta cluster of small leaves' uniting with 'submerged stems and roots, which indicate that they are members of the numerous family of water-lilies. There is a rock-island in the very' centre of this pond or lake, from, the earth-bearing interstices of which there is a prolific growth of variegated ferns and grasses. Pursuing 'the! path to the westward, in'adirect linoefrom the main entrance gate to the' gardens, a long range of strongly barred cages is approached, which will be found to be tenanted by animals, birds, and monkeys. Here we have the native dog, or Canis Dingo, of Australia, which was taking a snooze in one corner' of its dungeon, and Sseemed to be complacently reconciled to its imprisonment, The creature had a focey look about it that was instinc tively rep...

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Mr. D. D. Field, an eminent Americap jurist, visited this city in the 'coursd of a voyage he was then making round the globeo In February he arrived home in'Now Yorki and in response to the'rcquests of' a nuinboi of friends delivered a public lecture on hi travels, on the 23rd of that month, bofor ai crowded audience. In concluding hii address, Mr. Field said:-" Another lessozt impressed upon us by this voyage is thd magnitude of the English Empire. Truly it bolts the globe. T'ho title of Vietbria, "'Queen of Great' Britain and, Irelaudi Empress of Hindostan and Sovereign of Australia," does not even toll the whole story. I have lieard it said and repeated a hundred times that England has, lost her prestige becauseo he has in some degreo withdrawn from'intormeddling with the affairs ,of the .European continent,, lost her prestige because, instead of fighting to hraise up one dynasty and put down another among 'her neighbours, she has taken to founding states and ...

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DISPOSAL OF NIGHTSOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

DISPOSAL OF 'NIGHTSOIL. AN oflicial letter, recently written by Mr. ODGERS, the under secretary, to Mr. Clarke, the mayor of Hotham, re lative to a suggestion 'made by him, for the removal of human excreta by earlyj trains from the Spencer street railway station to a locality on Keilor plains, appears to convey the approval of Government, although it is proposed to ascertain the opinions of suburban town and borough councils as to the feasibility of the project, before any de. cisive action is taken. The under secretary mentions in his communica tion that the Victorian railway depart ment is prepared to put on special trucks, or conveyances adapted for the work, which shall leave the station not later than four o'clock every morn ing, provided that any arrangement can be made whereby the nightearts, from the suburbs of the city, shall be punco tual to time in their arrival at the me. *tropolitan station. We are perfectly sure that the scheme will receive ma ture consideration from t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

FITZROY PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. Conductor-Mr. T. J. LAMBLE. Meets overy Wednesday evening, in the Fitzroy Court House, at 7.30 p.m. Mr. Evans, late an officer of the Fitzroy Council, has been appointed Canvasser and Collector for the Socoiety. Fee:-Gentlemen Members, 10s. 6d. annually; Ladies and Boys free on appli cation to the Conductor, and J. Hudson Marsden, HoN. Szo. FITZI R0Y ARTISANS' SCHOOL OF DESIGN Meets every Thursday, from 7-.30 to 9 p.m., in the Fitzroy Court House, Napier street. EAnncOIIus TAUGHT:-Freehand, Landscape, Mechanical, and Architectural Drawing. Ladies class, in separate room, 7 to 8'80 p.m. Ladies wishing to join will please communicate with the Secretary. Fee, Two Shillings per Quarter. Wm. HOWARD, KNEEjN, Hon. Secretary, Court house, Fitzroy. FIor a3a1e VILLA Residence, brick, four rooms, bathroom, pantry, stable, cowhouse, and fowlhouse. Quarter acre corner block. ,large garden planted with fruit trees, Michael and McKean Sts., North Fitzroy, near junctio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

o-i-'H1- J'.: ,CL'A( RK. E,;A ' .: Wholesale and' Rtail', i , OROCER'& PROVIS.ION'MERCeA'N7' Sresh" Butter and *,ggs, daily. all. 0e aito on fordaily Steam Cutlery Works, '225 '',227 " BrOilswick 't, -Fitzroy': J,:' GRAYSON":& SONS; "r: ,tir nmd eCC~ (ki'l~i'F (191t ir ib llfM'6'61 .L'fdazreitr azors;icissorerKiivds Shokr s and4 ¶Qaq,:ot;S ý ryllq ripion{ grlund ; add set. All dinds ofdai aed tools clganq4. All orders punctually att ended to. COLLIINWOOD"'ZIN AIND' CALVANIZED IRON WORKS, & KEROSENE'OIL'd& LAMP DEPOT" ..., ' :! i stdblishede.1853. : 1 , , " AN' P.' A, L'AN:" ; Pluh'rbbr lasfii r,' Tibs i lth,'i "fat" n'alRi 202 & 204 BRUNSW'ICK.T'S.FITZROY;' " '(--(ftl Abdr'belud'iobur:EreE)T .... "AS alwayp on hand andtinade,' aid fixed JI toorder,i a rwdU asported',stook of.C or rugatpd ton; alf.round Spoutjpg, QG Ghc lsrxing.;,dgig. Piing, atdir.heals, Shoo '(best' bratid) Iim b?, Globes, 'Ohihe~ d, Shades) Wicks, and everything inthe tirade...

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AUNTIE KIRSTY'S VISIT TO GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

AUNTIE KIBSTY'S VISIT TO ,y GLASGOW. BTY THE AUTHOR OF "XOATrHW )IOR1IO8N." (FROM TM " L[ISUr:E nOUR.") j "Well, my Auntie Kirsty thought it very kind of the man, more by token as he would carry her bundle and " basket, though she felt shame to let . him; buit he wouldna be hindered. And truly she found it a great ease ment, for she had come twenty miles that day with them, and they were gey and heavy, especially the basket. So off they set together, he before and she 1. close behind, and as she followed him w she made up her mind that when they came to the end of the journey she - would e'en give him a pair of the ducks if to himself as a compliment for his * civeelity. "My auntie was a very ceevil person herself, and didna think it was good manners to walk in company with anybody, espcially aman soneighbourly and'obleegi?, 'without speakin to him? so she began with asking him how long it was since he had seen Raby. "' Weel, I should say it's about three i. weeks,' says the man, 'w...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, MAY 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

POLICE. FITZROY--Monday, May 10th Before Messrs. Marsden (Chairman),   Kneen (Mayor), and T, Kidney. Hugh Gibson was charged with drunken. noes, aitd fined 10s., or forty.eight hours. Bridget King was charged with insulting language, on Saturday night. She will be seventeen years of age on August 11th, and her mother said she was incorrigible. The bench sentenced her to imprisonment for three months. Margaret Nolan was charged with being a companion of the last prisoner and with inciting a mob to resist the police, the Mayor said he remembered having seen the girls at the corner of Moor and Smith streets, where there is a room he believed used as a billiard room. His Worship now   made it a rule to parade Brunswick street   occasionally, and it was thoroughly     disgraceful to see such a number of young   men and girls walking about with so much   levity of conduct. Half-a-dozen such girls &a...

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SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

SERIOUS CHARGE. AT the Fitzroy Police Court on Monday last, before Messrs. Marsden, chairman; Kneen, mayor; and T. Kidney, justices of the peace, an hour and a-half was occupied in hearing the case James Leyden v, Joseph M'Ginty, in which Mr. Elkins appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr, John Edwards,junior, for the defendant. As soon as the clerk to the Bench called the case, Mr. Edwards de manded that the information should be produced, Mr. Elkins replied that such a course was unnecessary, as the present pro. secution was by summons under the 153rd section of the Criminal Statute, whereby the defendant was charged with obtaining money under false pretences. Mr. Edwards, junior, observed that the charge was laid under the 149th section of the Criminal Statute, and in a case of this character, were the defendant found guilty, he would have to go before a jury; there fore an information was necessary. Mr. Elkins contended that an informa. tion was not required, and cited section 53, wh...

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SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1875. FRANCIS SPEARIN'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1876. FRANCIS SPEARIN'S CASE. AFTER what has transpired in the Police Court of Collingwood, in the prosecution of Mrs. HARRIET UTTING and her youngest daughter, for wilful and corrupt perjury, there is no dis- guising the fact that " Strange and awful fears begin to press The bosom with a stern solemnity." For there is nothing more revolting to our national honor, and profound sense of public justice, than that an innocent citizen should become a martyr to suborned perjury. This may be strong, but it is not unreasonable lan- guage, when recent disclosures and revelations upon oath are maturely taken into serious, and analytical con- sideration. "It is better "-said the eminent jurist, SIR MATTHEW HALE, --"that ninety and nine guilty men should escape, than that one innocent man should suffer." The aphorism has been accepted as ia proverb, and justice would resign her traditionary scales' were that dictum to be repudiated. It is-exceedingly painful to imagine that a...

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ALLEGED PERJURY. REGINA v. HARRIET UTTING, JUNIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 May 1875

ALLEGED PERJURY.   REGINA -v- HARRIET UTTING, JUNIOR. Collingwood Court, Tuesday, May 11. Before: Messrs. Templeton, P.M.,   Walker (Mayor), W. Kidney, Eadus,   and Marsden, J.P.'s.   This was an adjourned case from last Tuesday, wherein the defendant, Harriet Utting, junior, a minor in law, being a child of the age of eight years and eight months, was informed against   for wilful, malicious, and corrupt per- jury, in her evidence before the Central Bailiwick Criminal Sessions, of March 17th, 1875, during the trial of one Francis Spearin, on a presentment charging him with carnally abusing the said Harriet Utting, junior, in November, 1874, on which indictment   the said Francis Spearin was convicted by a jury of twelve, before His Honor Judge Fellows, and sentenced to ten   years imprisonment with hard labor, and two floggings of thirty-six lashes each. The preliminary proceedings were fully...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 May 1875

THE GREAT Pprsons requirt g )Iourning. have an. exbellent opportunity of procuring at an tieiusuallyLO TARIIF. BLAýC ( . 'IL?,J TR?E S.f,, BLACK CRAPE.., BLACKVMOURNING BLAGCi CR-APE .BONNETS" MiARKFQY, ,always disposed,to soell. in priie beloy COS'l r k1i u"h: rt'de MARL "FOY, " Sn g it str)eet?.ollingwood, I .,G. ., ANSEL , , :: 96 8MP8ON'8 ROAD, North Riohmond, Ladies' and,"' Gntleinen's Boots Sewn, or Pegged, made'to order. ':: ' Good stoolk of English and Colonial Boots of every 'dscription' on hand at Moderate Prices. Repairs neatly and cheaply done. 'THOMAS,, ,SMITH, WHOLESALE .. . BOOT'&SHOý MANUFACGTUER, Sackrille sti; C1hii.ood.,, Hawkeiks ' zid theb'Trade ,suipplied at the ldw"edt prices. MiSS iVIcKEY,: GENERAL. DRPER,: 81 GERTRUDE ST,, t,.' ..FITZROY.:,'". : illinery, Miintles,' Costuinmes, Hosiery, Feather;s, . .loyers, 'Cuffs, &c. The Showroonm w'.under tthe ,management . , of Mies McKe?j. ' SROT-IWELL'?S, : , SADDLE & 'HARNESS MANUFACTORY, No. ...

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