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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26th. (Before Messrs Delbridge, Raven, and Woodhead, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

POLIOE INTELLIGENCE. --c FITZROY COURT. MoJlso., Fou.Ut n"t 20th. (Ileforo lesars Dolbrlhio, Raven, and Wood. head, ,ts.lP.) . Junoll l fllnOoll, irlfo of toe notorious Sonltell I'Leoenn, of Little Nlploer.treot, wns oloirgcd witlh toe oilove olfenco. A COenoltnlu dlo ollOllhat, at too nlntels poot arroen o'nlclr lis' Sndny, Iho foultd thilo I moiler eroy drulk It the aitera. Sito wao v ory i ls rlolior iooo lot llladd guilty, atId s llthot lto wa00 colletlllg rootl' wolo alto os rroetlol, oFlril f. or 24 hours. Mary Jallo lfy roft ws chlnrg al with i sllnllar oloenco. Theu vilaoco shoewed that, at leort, o'clock oti Suldoy fo'looan tluo prieonerva'so Ihelplessly dlronk that the orrethily constabllo thln to loglige a nolt to oolluy t ir to thowaolllohoue,. Finld tl. writl 2s. 011. oxluallts, or it tldeoflt -4 Ihogr incrooeratlon. Mlitltol Flaitnaga ws presoented for o sihlilor offcloe. Coilstalo lMoron ilopotosd thln tile prisoner soe irunkl and disorderly in l (ertri omteet I alf.p...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd. (Before The Mayor, and Messrs. Showers Woodhead, Best, and Thomas Kidney, Js.P.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

TluirMn.tv, .11Anclr 21d. (loleora The M?lyor udll Meessrs. Showers \Voodllend, Ielet, nmlf Tlionlnas Kidney, .s.P.) -iI etieCHrnc t,.tAnn"Ane. An elderly ani, nEined Witliam Loewle. wnlo chargedl with nmlking use of elhscene Ingallogge within tie in herleg of the public. CoantsoIloe Wateett deeloeeethnel t hnlf.pnat two o'clock on Weiteeldny ttle prcieanr was in Cecil.street, aid that slet then and there nllo tile of tile Inegageeo written on the aclip ow pronluced. Thlalur I .pngr was of thei miot oeeolee, filthy, neod tliegastllig eatore. nothetr wi'teea gveu corrobnortireeri oece. Prreoier now e ahi tie was "very erry." Filedt 10., or tie default .18 ihours i geoln 11u , Twoa1iATA. ,TocI Gtilbertoee, n member of the demi moedo, eNe iroseeollttet by Collathlei Ce!' icendr for tlitenlerly eeatduet tie Vietoran Parade oil Wei leday.eolght. 'rlsoner was sent to gaol for tihree neonethts. A miejltoe IIaed we'oeeenlaeenal Margaret earrgein, hiet otit orticlne of evideene wase givenetl...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1ST. (Before Messrs. Oldfield, Lewis, and Pidgeon, Js.P. DRUNK AND DISORDEHLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

CARLTON COURT. WxnxtsnAr. MArItlr Irn. (Beforo Mesras. Ohltield, Lwis, and :Pid. geon, Js.P. DRUNKi AND DIIOIIH)KiL,. A\n old womn was lchorgedl with being dlrok nntl disonlorly, but ao is uonal at this Court the unomo of tile acuetd was n ot moln. tiooed. Prisonor plneaded goilty, and tild it wons her first onll nco al wshorld Ihur last. Fined 10s., or in default 24 thors. INSUIL.TINI nlAt.ntIIIIO . Tlreeo ynong girls, twlp of temihon nted Anthony, te thoinlr Stith, wrUe lnrgd with hnlslting bnlnlolor. The orilncoo went to allho that nt aboy t two o'clock on Tacoln y nfternoon the thlero prisoners nod eight or. rikion wreo tO M'Artllu q'oinare, n nld that the Inrriklos wore poolllng tin girls oblot, aod tho girls mnking taso of alot langogn. On sBoing coonstanbln approool0 Ihe Inrrooilo ran nrny, tnod tin girlin rotn into t e Logh ran Ilotol throogh the Imck nouth nol ware nrrested whilo nttLolpting to eounn lhn thoy l front door. Tho motlher of L tihe girls Anthony slaid her uirls...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28th. (Before the Mayer, and Messrs, Eade, Peters, and Barnett, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

COLLINfiWOOD COURT. TteoniAY, FsllaniAlt "Sth. (Beforre ti Mayonr, nal Mersn. nadeo, l'etelors, and Jlanutt, 'n.P'.L'.) I.ns?I.TI SD nm. II.t11.101' A yolog Inl, intilel 'thoimn Roberte, won charged with lnsultlig elinioiour in a puhlino plce whereby n breach of tlhe pence mulght hav'o Leol occasioned. IBridget Sunders deposae tht srs was a Illrrell woonlln, raliding with ir hoshand,, at i)0 Wellibgten.street. Alnit cleven o'clock on Stndainy night wne walknIhg along Cnillridgoatreo t in eolnpnny with mer Inn and t nltel aft two inugnhte r S rn crowd collected, and heaml thc voices of pirsonn,. nopnorettly lnarrikil?. l'itllnssniL to one ofnter iiughbters, "It hnold hu n good joh if nil tIhem InrtHlnns were locked tip." The lriolllerno ns standIII Ig nea r, nlll o i lit iioe ande time of sonno very ilthy language to. wannds itonesa. The language duptonsd to this witne pnas ofi the iott oeilno ai filthy in itore. Angolilnn Mnrllnroniil, dlgniter of tih Inst witness, ?in corroboratio ...

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NOONDAY MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

NOONDAY MUSIN ,S. 1Wv .forv.. I. After a long pell of deep and profoumi thought (some have Irrovurently termed it sle( thle msnao again takes aphdai pno. lt ttlnorog sto slluteor there have len o inmy ulanges in thlt asnt ltnorslatlo i wheit scion. tiats call the atdentolorld. n the forhl spirltoal theor Ine, I pereive nowo, also Iben soelo agitation. As It is sold the last will be first to tlih lttersentenro I till first devote myself. Thie fonhdntiloo of Chris. tainity is to Im soaghlt for In the fal of maon and tile protcss giveon at that lteriod. Theso protiscs, altilutoly fullilled, Chris. tinolty ppcoeart, rot the otfeoto of the fall still renoias red, and ow o lrallloi t n for greater oextet thoe tihe reledy sio ls cap lo of of coptg wit. At itsoveotueeenlo o t, tile diverseo itpoleso s of oen who gave it thloi adloreone brolte Christinotity p tlto o mallttndoe of orioctes, oiall thtcao libraclh?r have gola on onltiplo g ate oplreading to thoe present day. T y tore noo an ove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

tPMVIALs COLUMN. Isoossnasso___ \21;,tireorrrlhrn.rofhcd propoottka _~ pl i, 4gt biipaet b fr hla,de, on cosy Leon Fltroy. tlntrtrvsssrrnn d 'to.lnmnit- ollruinas, es" tnllishcd I. Venrt. IrroRriot, good tado. Trorrlterr'y ick hor A,4 nrnrrnnd kitchlrn, 1210. It-lol, :1 rorat e i Two shops. It .rllongs, ;20 by Othit., £1100. lord, Itrutxwkrkrcslet,10 by~i00t., LIoper loot, rvototr Ot (t roy wvl and coal Lotinse , rot, Is., stock at oalootirr. Hloroltrado. Two t rostory Itr isca'lrdcaay and orair. itoh, (toeoeostlnet, £11001. Foarrroorod housacs and toadll Gon Io anod CI A 1T I C1to tsjnr £O~O!ffI 1 Faintly Itoael, laI,, edim o n going150 o" Itoono Anio land st rooms, ¶r9roaltreot. 2O try I59 fort, £l MA Sanugottage, 4 roots, 17 Iby IOl., 12 0. Btrk o and, St, Obyy.o r a£%y0. Brteht snit gteD M fha4118 ,y ;tOo~ýn ctttt Housec, I tdomslr by 1,n t Arllterl~t., 9280 11 'eatterraatnl"traa ss.th caad and cnal tostlorar, Terryidte i titCl. Allutotont of Lotl 2Lilt, to Tsnmnono~ataoat, dk, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

" a, Woor' tool, conn atllg o Iro , oom Ie. - ol boi I'o Iotel, lro o CrUli - I Estot of T I. o, t 3 p rocA r (IrD L ltANhstORNE, A ot of C itors ll {1".?I \r.f av text t 1,ho m'oh. .at ,heol, m of <r,,+, Ro rtrealtot IFlt• O'"' At \ p.111. + D Lh NOI(ORNE ,

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CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

- CRtICKET - OA.11Liiii OLAVOED LiS r.1TIToIoA.LY SRose of Fitzroy V. Xopicr'i Uno. Thii seotch rosoltod in a Victory for tio fonscr, wlio madle :s, to'thlir oponenlts :0. MaInd doxe, Todd and Thomoaon iled weall for the winners:; also Toms and e h e for the losci. orlsich .Union v. Collinrwool' Ju:ibre iml, resulted il n win for the former y' 1 rue. T'he highets eoortrs-for the r ilere Blile .L?? i L sulo.ur 8. `Lsnitstcr and Clarke Inowld well for tre -ncr. I ILlnlooc. Napicr (l1). This oma?:hdsrs sultedin faoourrof the former. The rcoe iining : :iolmu, 7 pioi 13 'wihc,.tfor Lorrwic Union ld S. \ecst brtl United. On tie ground of the fonrer. Lor.-il tesm-Lanloater, ?t t ;ic, o, DPhcrty, C;ir ter (2), Powell; lRyin Diclioens iuid' Knll. Lon?er y ormsail y.- tie trio grouonl of the leter. Lorne tco:n---r5 hhs-lhs , L?at! - lor, Cody, lfowdooe heI1 -, LtorohIs o, Lenlt 'doCllocsh, Pratt, PicLct s letoSimysoso ... lerrybii:ele v. Ala. 0te thlu ground of the former. Boerrvlhiocle ten.t...

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THE STAGE. BIJOU THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

THiE STAGE. nlJoU TIIFrTItE. Adramatiscd version of Jules Vmre's novel, 'Michael Strogolt' was prolncedattlhis house on Saturday last, for the first time. The play, eo:sational throouhout, isa superior one of its class ;it alounds in offective scenes and is oltogetber a dranoatie work of considerable vigor. The main interest centres in SMichael Strogof, the courier of the Czar, who is de patelled with a secret smessage from Sloscon to Irkutok, in Siberia. Coloael Ivan Ogareff, vhio had bctr;yedrhlis country to the Tertsn . ut invaded Siberia, determines to frustrate Strogoel i, his expedition, by obtaining pos scssionof his peron,. Strogoffis taken pris aucrmd t oaductwlinto the h annp of the Tar las. Lookedll upon as a spy, le is sentenced to Iot.blndod. A. red ilot sword is drarnes. acroses 1s yes, and Ogareff. taking posess ion of his despatch, presents himself as the." ,cuicrof the Czar, to the governor of Irkutskr, ill order to spy out means, iBy.whic the can lsinsg thle own in...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd. (Before The Mayor, and Messrs. Showers Woodhead, Best, and Thomas Kidney, Js.P.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

TiURLsD.tY, MAlnCH 2nd. (Before The lMayor, and Messrs. Showers W\oodnead, Best, and Thomnn Kidney, Js.t'.) S onscENE LAcNGUAGF An' elderly man, named William Lewis. was charged with making use of obscene langnag writhin the hearing of thle public Constable Westcott deposed that at half-past wio o'clock on Wedncecday the prisoner was in Ceil.street, and that ite then and there nad nuse of the languagne written on the slip now produced. The langage was of thine nmost obscene, filthy, and disousting natare. Anothlerwitness ngae corrolmatioc evidenlce risoner now said he was "very sorry." TFied 10s., or in default 48 hours in gaol. Jane Gilbertson, a member of the demi nonde, was prosecuted by Constable Cal lendar for disorderly conduct in Victoria Parade on Wednesday-night. Prisoner was nent to gaol for three months. ONLY srsrn as.? A nmiddle aged woman, named IMargaret Farrell, wos chargcd writh stealing a pair of earrin's, hnt not a particle of evidence wan given mn support of the c...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1ST. (Before Messrs. Oldfield, Lewis, and Pidgeon, Js.P. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

CAR?TON COURT: WEDNESDAY. ~ 1ARCI" ]ST. (Before Messrs. Oldfield, Lewis, and 'id geon, Js.P. Anoh, DRUNK LCsSD DISORDEOLY. - An old woman was charged with being drunk and disorderly, but as is usual at this Court tile name of the accused wes not men tioned. Prisoner pleaded guoilty, and said it' was her first offence ande world be her last. Fined 10s., or in default 24 hours. LNSULTIt? JBlEHAVIO URlt. Three young girls, two of 'them named Anthony, the thlirdSmith, were charged with 'insulting behavriour. The evridence went to show that at abhout two o'clock on Tuesday afternoon the three prisoners and eight lar rikins were on 31'Arthur Square, and that the larrikins were pulling the girls about, and the girls ihaking use of had language. On seeing a constable approach the larrikins eas away, andl the girls ran into the Lough rem Hotel through the baack ldoer, atl were arrested while attempting to escape by the front door. The maother of the girls Anthony said her dirls were looking ...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Eade, Peters, and Barnett, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

COLLINGWOOD i COURT. TUEoDAY, FEiBvRART 28th. (Before the Mayor, and Mesnrs. Eand; Pt''Pers,'anod Barnett, .l's.P.) : IN'SILTInGn OEIMAVOI'uL A young sman, name1d ThomnasRoberts, was charged with insulting behaviour in a public place, whereby a breach of the peace micght have been ocenionecl. , ridet S.aunders deiposed that she w.asa marrie r woman, residing vith her busland, at* :e9 WVellington.street. About eleele o'clock on Satuanlay sighltsn wallking along Cambridgeetret in company with her hnls band nd her two daughters.e Sawla crowd collected. and heard the voices of pCerons, ppaerently larrihies. Witnes said to one of her daughters, "It wonld be a good job if all them larrkins were locked up." The prisoner was standing near, nod he at olice mnde use of some very filthy langiage to wards witness. The language deposed tb by this witness was of the most obscene and filthy nnature. Angelina Marlborough; daughter of the last witness, gave corroborative evidence. Constable Ilreunan...

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THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 4, ISS2. - THEn Tariff Commission is composed evidently, of very encrgetic members, and these are making every effort to effect the object of their appointment. In Melbourne they have taken a large mass of evidence, on almost every industry, and lately they have extended their investigations to the country districts. It is highly desirable that their decision should be based on complete evidence so that this thorough ness is to be commended, though, no doubt a great quantity of irrelevant material may be obtained through it. This, however,,'is also very valuable, though it may not be exactly within the province of the commission. The great difficulty will arise, however, when the masses of evidence have to be sifted, separated and collated. We are afraid it will be a weary task, sand most probably, an unsatisfactory one, to those called on for evidence as well as to the commission. Complaints have been made that the principle of free trade and...

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THE STAGE. [?]JOU THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

S HiE ITAU T. , - A drant tisedverefo of JulsVrne'snorel, , ".tlcroel SttrogoWt' oes prcoduaodtthia hiose on Saturday tast, for the first time. Tho pioy, senrational throgbhout, ina sauperior ono' of ito cliss ;it alround it offeatlvosecene and jo' altogether a dranatto work of consldreroblo' vigor. Tile malin interest centres ihi Mlichel" Strogoff, tleo ourier of the Caro, who'le' de aprtched with a eocret mess age fron Moscow ' toIrkutsk, in Siberin. Colonel Ivan Onroffoi who hlod Ibtrayed hieis iountry to tiro Trtarno~ oii iivadolr Silikrindte fetosi o to frusrstte"' Strogol ir his eoxpedition, by itontiink' peao. seosion of his 'person. Strogoltfs toaken prles 'oerlirro o d rcoidctd into tile coamp ofthiar;'r !t tar;, ' Looked tlpon as n spy,' lie I enteincl'd' to Ih bilnded' A red lot sworn ls 'dirown"" across his eyces and Ogeref, takihg roedeza:"' iol of iIrIltl dptcoh presents hLimsel. o tlio ' coiurirof tile Czar, to tile governor of Irk?kt," tn onler to spy out tncns, bry ...

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ENGLISH ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

" ENiillI ifltlMS. I1t Pl'tta. A rtroslpectivoe ghico at soma of the ainhle i ll'K.opuo will servo to sholw their conmpliuot'a totnta One tidy wo'nro told that war Ile hotarcn two great powers Isllltll. loot; thelxt Itt Is eoolloinlld, thilt contla. dited: then 'o learn thnt lenerail Skolo. loll' only Is roaownlsiblo for hid ottoranlce; nld not the tutoino lElpiro ; t lhat eto i r callet frolm Par ninililt lite o ellel upo to eiicount for that opetolt whioh hni Ihes the occsiotl of so much anxiuty otld corlprinto. lBut when awe hglauoe at the aots of a falr months bnck we lan very seaily find it ky to nil, this unpleaenteol .ealmtsy is to the tiOnt. ]Each rower is wntuhllg, thlo other, ain ii toapitlono of its oe?cy itliol. A irlcllty intermoonel of courtesioe betweca ono or tlol oItl"l ditforent lhealtl is lookeil tlpon 'wltlir distrstt, nd'tlltis dltstttlst is hown ina t monrltoit tlllloer Iby tle othlors, who vidoently iottgino thet' there is l0oO0. thliog eIollh tle tInnit it wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

I,? f 8.0>3 . tP.T u 8 I] rl rQUITA1tLE CO.OPERATIVI SOCIIt'Y, LI.MITKD. obioe glsteOd Itlr tlhu "l rieldlyL Sole ties AAo," noid foct'odacoit opo thomelct of "Thel Ialloedale ],?,Elltabhtu I'ielleez' Siocie ty, Limited," Etn[aiLhl hin ItIl. Conpital, inot Iseo, £20,0 , tiO 0,O0 stohrro m of 1 I h o,, llbe inthnenh s 0ao ShllU n i pr lmr e r pcyboti pllclqicallo Ollo N hllll~gl per ln U RO V O C'htrtt oltoi tt flTTr iero lMou be 'oiono okerit , I ho n, idllc t inlonhly gtrnlcb efmusllil perI uor, or :bIy Inloro pid iolelaloyo o, Ils nOhy sotttb onvoeninc e o oo plldocciitu. to 0p. pfIIleni to l t allotted I|s h ib. too Collrro0 toen htodrd o laoroth . I'IIOVIRtONAL O ol.%t 'f't If (WittI power to ol d to their ocenotor) WV. ft. AMoock tlc I,, Mrcltot, " Moilttll," ttoootto ]trouetonop Rut.. .. 1,, 14 Cottfhs 'astreet weat. F t. ltn eer 1ol., J. P., nmerchoat, 112 Col. htu-SotoEot wesnt. avuh ItdoloJnntn fto., 12 Chonnrry.lnuc. 'rtoe (too. (irohcoio itErry, P1. 1'., Itotioto, eltr...

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OUR STORY TE[?]. THE AFGHAN'S REVENGE [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

'OUR BTORY TE'+;".+:.3 TIl1 ArtiI'h+'8 ItHVKNUE't "Ill tihe mlontlh of Otoher--I" o,.'t aeenetion tire yenr. It PeCnms e0o lot agot-lly then regitment, tile gatllat old 1:th Light Inefantry, with tile rest of ier Majeosty's troop who had tlt Ill-leck to nreotlupoy us, weru In the cnllolu ollctlltl of Co'hul. ''.1 co ne tiem yet, t lI ltrir owi the r hie1,t it rt elt o tI.e - Iomitet city, -Uch +ed ihy wollh niot hIdire, l.nd ioiloo'd by thee retty villls tewhlie Inthulr 1e-ect o iemiolhtoe l w llthe It trl re, nol r wolom wehnee I id n to replnOC Sheh Slh uJotn his threor, ourollieme haid bilt for thetioth'ra al imillih'm I o; o0o hlai tle hills of the Sheh Son., on tiho otter the hIarotnir heights of Ieltyneew, forit wle allirtod thant ta ilueoieoof rome klie dit Ihla l then, ootd In ihe diistnnco the olty ofl Calli, mcith Its swnlt atol rtnutr lof +ttlodrid bricks, lthe teatorrhi oolllte of its' ahlnhiear, n' d t i tie, Imeclugrmeli far awoyn, ihse ,eooitl of the Iollio'o Knost, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

AMERICAN UAKEIOY. JAMlES SJHANN, O N, .. Fancy Bread and Biseuit Baker, Pastry Cook, Confectloner, 0Lc, , h 130,' IpRUNS.WIOK .'TR?IET, (OppoltdI lrit swck' Ilotol.) IT 1 S of the anlitylways on hoI, or psrpanlly masl to ordlr, ouo A( at nlity B}" ?t lha nlhta ,sotlco. :h's oar ,,aylo,,y nol sidfiog askto a trl also oar 1lrlro oird.oplso pIea s aol tfo" l, wllich sos sloldo dlolly, Coo triof will proo 1 STFL DONNINGTON HOTEL. (LATE ODDFELLOW'S) CORNER BRUNSWICK -& WERBB 8s1ErfiTS, FrTzROY." : 'Throe mainutes froml Exhibition. Now held by N,. GRANT, late of BALLARAT. iELP.CT ACCOMIODA'rION for IOAl RDERS And vlsitors. Taerms strictly modorate. .ttlen (Irant Blend of Hliglanld ?'hiLky, specianly illaportol. Also the best brandsi neh ranllcsa.M'Orackon's Sparkling Ale always In stock, Slpener and ]lrinuswlok..troot 'olsel to and fron North Fitzroypasm th9 door overy rt minutes. - ' U. A. O, D. If You want oa Good Hat, at a reasonable Price, go',o JKFFERI:ES,:TTHE HATTER rolto r...

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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 — 4 March 1882

THE SATIRIST. Br' .fTvi?r? s. ,Satire shouhld. like Imlihed Rlmor, reen, Wo'und with . touch that is Mrielr felt or seen." ' As a general rule the Gas Company i: n oges to keep on the safe side in their accom t with the public, but I came across all n stance not long ago, wherc their -prdhts mnst ha been terribhly'mlL- A firiend of nine, about four monthi ago, took a house on Fitzroy. Time after time the collector called, shook his head, and left without ren Ideringany account. At lst, after repeated requests, he did nmakc oe out. That' four months ga hadi cost just cightpenc lhalf-. penny ! :It then occurred to the officials that new nmeter would probably be xi g0eod idea, anid forthwith a new one was inserted. Two weeks have gone since,'and one shilling and fourpence lave already been redorded ! My friend says lie is not going to stand this, he'll lrove that meter taken off and. tcstdl. lie looks poln i as daylight-or rather g*.s light-robbery. Anyho;w, he is notI goig to let that...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WONDERFUL WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

WERTHEIM' SEWING MACHlNES. 'LMPORTANT CONSIDFRATIONS. It is impossible, lutterly impossihle, that a ady can stitch so finely, and delicately, and renratelyb ijhnd so l cannby tre?W.nder ul W'ertheim 'Machines. A rmoment's examination of the work which anyone may cperform with them will eoninee her of thnlt. eo will give her No. 200 cotton, and Eihe shall make with the WEIRTHTIIEIL Famnily oashisne 32 stitches to the inch, at the rate of 500 a minute. Ench stitch will be faultless Saccurate, and in the precise placwe here it was intendlcl to go. Vry delicate materials, which woulM rather suffer hy handling, may be stitched upon the Wcrt heim, withont the slightest marking or die tnrbance; Sie may even thread needle and shnttle with her own hair and embroider in itials on a'cambric handkerichief. " In the other extreme, she!may use the SAMEWERTHEIM Family Machine with nine-cord thread (used in homt-makng), for sewing occasionally leather, orany sch heai est work thaint can lie needed ...

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