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FITZROY—THURSDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

FITZROY-TutunsnDAY, JuNE 3. Before Messrs. W. Templeton, P.M.; T. Kidney, Marsden, and Kneen (Mayor.) Thomasn Skinner, brought up on remand, charged with vagrancy, was discharged. Louisi Calcutt, alias Hunt, was called upon to answer four charges of simple lar. cony. The prisoner was about 22 years of ago, but much addicted to drink. A Mr. and Mrs. Scott, who were in court, said they would be happy to provide for the prisoner in the event of her being ac* quitted, She had been respectively in the service of Mrs. Hyam, wife of the land. lord of the Odd Fellows IHotol, Brunswick stroot ; Ashor Phillips,a pawnbroker, in Col lingwood;l annah Maria Lousa llunt, dress wakor, rusitipg 3Jl Vovt uE Nourno and a Mrs, Keopel, from all of whom the prisoner had at different times taken sundry articls. Sergeant Ronnie informed the bench that the 'young womain had boon carrying on quite a systomatie career of potty robberies for a considerable period, and she had occa sioned the police a great dea...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

u.blio Oompeanse. COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. 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 U and AMMONIA COMPANY (Limited Registered. Nominal Capital, .£7000. In 1000 shares of One pound. Payment- 2s. 6d. on application, os. 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, &o., for the towns of Collingwood and Fitzroy, under a contract with the local councils and a lease from the Crown. Ten. ders have been accepted for the works. There are a few more shares still for sale. THE PATENT COMPOSITION PAVEMENT CoY., (Limited) QHIEPHERD'S PROCESS claims the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

The Arcade, 'Book and Stationery i,Depot, Smnith st., Collingwood. :DUNNI, CARTER; & COLLINS S(Late Jainmes Mirama)" TfESIRE 'to intimate that they have pur. 'V chhased the 'Stock and Goodwill of 'Mi. Jaine# Miramns' Bookeelling and'Stationery bisiness;s Arcade, Smith'street; Collingwood, anid'pirpose to continue the business as a branch to their establishment in Melbourne. They' desire to assure the' inhabitants of Qollingwo6d andl Fitzroy that they are in a positiont to supply every article in the book selliig and stationery busin'ess as as heap'and as' good aas any'houise, in Melbour"e or sub~ urbs. They would direct the 'attentioh of the public to their excellent' iusortment of Gift' Bobks, "suitable 'for 'Presents; dals6, Photographi' Album's, Workbox's, Writing Desks, Bibles, Church Services, Congrega tional, and obther'ymn Bcoks, Temperance publications; 'etc- "Statio'er~y aid School requisites of everydescription Magazines by everyinail. A. liberl- discount to teaoho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

GENERAL NOTICE. .A IlHE Mercury is published ovoryastunrday - Morning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be ohlargg'is, per quarter, payable in advance; by post is. Gd. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat'. urday in the months of December, March, r 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, 5s. Od. Offioial and Election Advertisements, Seach insertion, per, inch-' 2s. ,Gd. iWant' places, Sorvants,-.Housesiand-i li I1 Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for Sale or Exchange,: Miscel. laneots, Missing Friends, &c.,, Os. Gd. Ditto, 80 words .... 1, ,. . '011 Notices of Births, Deatlsi and' Marriages ... ... s... Od. To ADnvzTax?as.-?Notic to withdraw advertisementa must be giUenr in: writing.r ý. 'fIHE Mercurj dcan be obtained' from any bf 1. the following agents :-Subscrip...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

t erao A.Av--tiusmaa? - . r:." ' J,... 'L ARKE, ' S,, Wholeqsae and. Retail GROCER.& PROVISION MERCHANT S110 BRUNSWICK ST., FITZROY. Fresh Bittier aId Eggs daily. Families . ' aitd on for orders. Steam i . Works, 225 & 227 S Brunswiok st. Fitzroy.. J.i GRAYSON & SONS, ,fUTLERS, Grinders, Engineers and Tool. ., Makers. azor?SaiOisvo-Jpwi v :- Lf6Too f , iiery description ground and sot. All kinds of damaged tools cleaned. All orders punctually attended to. COLLINOWOOD ZIND AND CALVANIZED IRON WORKS, & KEROSENE OIL & LAMP DEPOT, Established 1858. A. P. ALLAN, Plumber Gasfitter, Tinsmith, & Bath-maker, 202 & 204 BRUNSWICK ST., FITZROY, , ('ifth door below Moor Btreet) .i AS always on hand and made, and fixed J.- to,order, a well-assorted stock of Cor 'rugated Iron, Half-round Spouting, O Gut tering, Ridging. Piping, Water-heads, Shoes *Chimney Pots, Baths, &c. Also Kerosene Oil .(best brands) Lamps, Globes, Chimneys, Shade...

Publication Title: Mercury
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TORRES STRAITS AND NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

TORRES STRAITS AND NEW S GUINEA. B . (BY THE REV. W. WYATT GILL, B.A.) S a O TUE LseBUI novaU.. One .day I unwittingly trod'on the head of a- whip-snake (Hoplocephalus ocoronoides), and crushed it. On ;?niother occasion Josaia' wvife felt ispmething.cold crawling over her naked foot. She instantly "leaped: aside, and with a stick killed it.: It was a,whip hnakelfoui~ fet long. We sw ita large iguana, wibich is reckoned a delicacy by these islanders. . A new and beauti. ful yariety 'of star-fish abounds in the mud-flat,,facing 'the village. ! .;We ,fell in with a magnificent bread fruit-tree one day, but the lazy natives allow-th' friuit' to drop, in order to save th? troiuble of climbing. .docoa-palms a?erenumerous. :Everywhere amongst thet boulders, which are scattered' all over the island in wild confusion, grow thousands of. nutmeg-trees..'. On' their fruit the.. nutmeg-pigeon (Uarpophaga luctuosa) feeds exclusively. This remarkable bird, \vhich' furnished us withl several, dinne...

Publication Title: Mercury
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LANG TAM TAMSON. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

LANG: TAM TAMSON. BY THE AUTHOR OF ""MIATTrIEW MORRISON." . ~ , . (PJon ?E "LEIBURE HOUR") L*ig??-TA I d T as6N's birth' gave occasion to much gossip and many ill natured surmises in ' the qcuidtqcountry parish in which it took place. His mother\ ha~l\ alwh?y beten\ a peculiar` woman, and ..her.,. reserved ,though passionate temper was principally. to blame for the people's talk, " What has become of Tibby Taylor? I havon't seen her in the kirk since her return to the parish," said dMy mother's predecessor in the manse to a decent cold' pauper woman' whom 'she met on theroad.,:. j?i ,' "'Deed, mem, I thought you would have heard; she's come home a widow, she says, 'aiinl noo she's gotten' a lad' bairn,", said the old woman composedly. "Indeed," "said the minister's wife, looking surprised. '"It have heard nothing of it, I suppose on account of Dr. Bertie's late illness, which has confined me to the house, She has married somewhat late in life, I think." " That has' he, ,mem," said o...

Publication Title: Mercury
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ENGLISH ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

' ENGLISH ITEMS. News has reached Calcutta that five of tlieiNnga villiges were stdrm'eid and destiroced by' the Expeditioni' sent to punsih the natives who attacked and killed "'Lieuteniaht flolcorbm and a number of'Sepoys and Coolios,l belong tig :to', Captain Bagloy's, survoying party'in hat district. The first railway 'in the Island of Majorca ,as opened oon FebriUary24th, running some eigliteen miles from Palma, the capital, to Inca, the com mercial centre. The "Japanese Government has created at Jeddo a superior school for young girls. Two futch ladies direct the establishment. English and French are taught in addition to the ushal branches of knowledlge taught to women. The Colosseum in Regent's Park, Loldon," which was built in. 1824,' is takhn"down.'i The' lease f hlie 'land has been priichasel from ,the government, and private' residences are about to be erected on the site. The 'Rev. 'Robert ' Moffat, the African Missionary, and father-in-law 'to LPivigstone has. been, el...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COUNCILS. COLLINGWOOD—WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

: . COUNCILS. ' COLLINGWOOD-WDDnESDAY, JuNm 2. Present at ,the last' ordinary fortnightly meeting-The Mayor (Cr.:Walker), in the chair; Ore. Deohnert, Kidney, Wright, Sminth, Eades, Morgan, Holland andpUpton. coR&EsPOND?Ncs., A commuinimatiop from the' Railway and Roads departmbni t stated that, when the Counmil'paid 5,000,, and the balance of .£1,000, tader ,will be called' for Johniston street bridge, by the Board?: of Land and Works. The £65004' has beetn',' aid,'and the .21,000 ' balance will' be paid abbu October,. TheLands and Survey Department stated that in reference to the roa spoleni ?f in a proevious etter, that it had bbeoen marked out 'with'peogs .and trenches. It ivis' men. tioned the fence was not taken down; 'th'e matter 'wa",thereup6n referred' to" the Council's solicitrt to take immediate 'steps' therein. . Mr. Lidlow complained of the state of the footpath in front of his promises, in Regent-streCl, Collingwood. 'e Rferried' to surveyor. Mr. Cruthc cdmplai...

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LICENSING MEETINGS. COLLINGWOOD COURT, TUESDAY, JUNE 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

LICENSING MEETINGS. ' . CGLLINOWOOD COURT, TUESDAY, JUNE 1sT Messrs. Templeton, P.M.; and Walker (Mayor), presiding on the Bench. This Court 'opened at eleven' a.m., pre cisoly, when the following applications wore disposed of :-Georgo West, Royal Hotel, Smith-street, was opposed by Sor geant Fenton, because the house' was said to be frequented by prostitutes, loafers, and thieves. Mr. Edwards, jun., for the applicant, said the statement was not true, and apllied for an' adjournment, not only for the examination of 'fifteen Witnesses, but in consequence of hnot having ireceived written notice. Adjourned accordingly, it was understood, to this day week. George Black, Norfolk Hotel. The police urged'no objection. The Police Magistrate mentioned the case of Black v. Hodgkinson, involving a counter summons, reported in our last issue, concerning an event that oc curred on the 20th ult., near to Wellington and Reilly streets, in which the'present ap plicant admitted that he had been drin...

Publication Title: Mercury
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

LOCAL NEWS. The election of a member to the vacant seat on the Fitzroy School board of Advice, caused b .the death of the late G. B. Hailes, Esq., J.P., will take place on the 21st inst.; nomination on the 15th inst. A prize will be given by Mr. Dyson, of the Northcote Nursery, for a good sparow trap, at the Camolia show of the Horti cultural Society, in August next. Owing to a fracture of the Yan Yean main, the district of North Collingwood was deprived of water from an early hour. in the morning,.until ten o'clock in the forenoon of the 1st instant. It is nine years to-day, since Stuart, the explorer died, and it will be five years next Wednesday, since the lamented death of Mr. Charles Dickens occurred. On Wednesday morning a dwelling-house in the occupation of Mrs. Burns, at the rear.of No, 27 Princess street, Fitzroy, was destroyed by fire. The damage is esti maied at £150, and is partially covered by insurance in the Standard office. The origin of the disaster is unknown. Betw...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, MAY 31ST. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

POLICE. FITZROY-MONDAY, MAY 81sT. ..Beforo Messrs." Dolbridgo (Chairman); Woodhead, Tucker, M.L.A.; T. Kidney, and Maradon. Stephen Hogan, John Spillen, and Julia Dow, brought up for drunkenness, were discharged. Edward Wilson was charged with simple larceny under the following circumstances : -Thomas Wood, nephew of the landlord of the Shepherd's Arms Hotel, Smith-street, stated, that the prisoner was in his uncle's bar on Saturday evening, at seven o'clock, and drank a pint of beer, after• which lie picked up a half-pint measure, and walked off with it. Ho' then went in the diroc tion of Coffee's marine store, in Stanley street, where he obtained Od. upon a whip. handle. I then had the prisoner arrested. Fred Vood, son of the landlord, saw the man with the half-pint'measure in his pos session. The prisoner said' that he really knew 'nothing about the pewter, which must have been placed in his pocket by some one. He called a witness named Flanagan, who said be had known the pri. so...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SELF-HELP. NATIONAL AND INDIVIDUAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 5 June 1875

SELF-HELP. NATIONAL AND INDIVIDUAL. "Heaven helps those who help themselves" is a well-tried maxim, embodying in a small compass the results of vast human experience. The spirit of self-help is the root of all genuine growth in the individual; and, exhibited in the lives of many, it con- stitutes the true source of national vigour and strength. Help from with- out is often enfeebling in its effects, but help from within invariably invigorates. Whatever is donefor men or classes, to a certain extent takes away the stimu- lus and necessity of doing for them- selves ; and where men are subjected to over-guidance and over-government, the inevitable tendency, is to, render them comparatively helpless. Even the best institutions can give a   man no active aid. Perhaps the ut- most they can do is, to leave him free to develop himself and improve his in- dividual condition. But in all times men have been prone to believe that their happiness and well-being were to be secured by...

Publication Title: Mercury
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A SOUND MIND IN A SOUND BODY. SCHOOL MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 12 June 1875

A . SOUND MIND IN A SOUND BODY. .SCHtOOL MASTER. MuclI ps ,has been siid and,,wxitton of lateo years about education, ,thq, .ull iip'ort and true meaning of tlhe tern nao still'far from being generallj; i nder: stood. It is not the least of the nmany evils that resulted from the introduce tion.of the Revised Code that education in the, minds .of the public has,, been considered synonymous with ,pro. fieiency in the three Rs. The progress of education has' been measured year ,by year .by the increased percentage 6f children, who, at the annual examination of ;Ier Majesty's Inspector, succeeded in fulfilling the requirements of.,the six standards. Thus it has come to pass that an undue amount of attention has been bestowed upon the merely mechanical part of education, to'the neglect of other branches as important if not more so. Englishmen are nqt so much theorists as practical men. If they see a work which requires doing, they do it, and do it witli their might. But for want of a cor...

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WORK FOR WOMEN. (SATURDAY REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 12 June 1875

WORK FOR WOMEN. (SATURDAY REVIUaW.) Nursing has long been talked of as a sliliere of womeni's work. The profes sion has not been at all developed in the way it might have been.; It .has infinite ramifications, and new fields still to be conquered. Middle-aged ladies might go out as monthly nurses, for which six months of.proper train ing would fit them. Many ladies would prefer an attendant who -could be an intellectual companion as well as a nurse. Dispensing medicine seems to have been tried with success, and there is no reason why women should not make good chemists. The Govern ment Telegraph Offices and the Post Offices' olerkships supply a good deal of work, but it is most suitable to the same class of young girls who would otherwise go beliind the counter. In America women are found very useful in banks, tas they are invaluable detectors of forged notes; their sense of touch and sight seeming to be keener thuan that of the young men clerks. They have also been employed as Trea...

Publication Title: Mercury
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HONEST TRADE. LEISURE HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 12 June 1875

'heri is always a sliecies of waiveu., ;o', on (Ti on'rd6n'(atild the samun is 1ht3' d'elidwlrbb LbdECddt the trade - nenl who haveit Udiisoleoie e?hd:'thloo ' vlo.keep no such artielo in' sttil.:` ":ft any be tlla (caLsp! Piulp)l'o!blaiy is, thL.t lie;i pi°,wtý flhout ,aqiqns?eac etc.; ionals y,'gtti tJli.b.pt'i qo tJ;e q;I , ,. nd thattho ,hnoesteb,,matn I!i, itio.;s h f e ' btroi'F inl thhe'-ldn -<ruit the dtiil dlr i!iwadis, dthis lnmons,~y" istil ?io , .l i :t lj , , li { .. " Id ' . lint his transactionsltwillb Cir; investi ation, and thcrefoi!tilltn':'i ' i ttthiltal:lis nti L? vet 1' tA (l(liWt" lOthe iull i-i oraitor tadd' td?d edplristicatotr?r-l?ltL Slkb 't l?-ltlitiebnu;tob her id, note likdlyto', tike'tt ht'i, 'n,11 " i'dl ribi ~hborl ia' hero are poople Who"o, will li ivo tilitIf' ye,oon himiand: juldge : him, and ta!;e are that lihe is'.'known, for what he is. t is reputation after all. that is tlie hblAt toc nitradco,. no the gonuino traier dblvsglatd! s ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 12 June 1875

TOWN OF. FITZROY. TIENDERS are invited' until :5 ?o'look, p.m.,'on Wednesday, 16thinst;, . . For construction of Right.of.way, rear of the National hotel, corner Brunswick and King-Williamn streete;'ini"acco~dance with plans and specifications to be seen at the Town Surveyor's office, Fitzroy. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. . By order. . HYAM HART,. Town Olerk.. Town Clerk's office, Fitzroy, 10th June, 1876. TOWN OF FITZROY. N OTICE is hereby given, thatit is tlip in. 'tenton of the Council of the Town 'of Fitzroy,' at their ordinary meeting, to be held in the Council.OChamber, in the Town Hall, Napierstreet, on Wednesday, the 21st July, 1875, at 7 o'clock p.m., to fix the per manent levels of thoe following streets, viz.: ALFRED CRESCENT (between' St. George's'road and Fergie street), BEST STREET, and FERGIE STREET, As shown on plans approved bythe Council, and which can be inspected at the offices of the Council, at the Town Hall, Napier' street, Fitzroy, by al...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 12 June 1875

@the .ltharit.. PUBLISHED' EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Rejected' communications cannot be returnedl under any circumstance whatever. No notice can be taken' of anonintous com. munications.. 'ivery lotter must be accent= panicd: by !the name and addreas of the writer, not necessarilly for-publication, but as.a guarantee of goodfaith. , To avoid inconvenience and delay to person, interastea'we ha?b to 'rediest that all btusnees "ommunications, includinig adiertisementes orders tfor the paper, ?rid remittances, be ad. dressed to GnxnrrIa & SPAVeN, and not to .the EDITons. ADVreRTIenmENTS, in all cases, to be prepaid. Letters and other conmmunications inteded for insertion in the noews columns should be addressed to the Editor.

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JIKA SHIRE, MONDAY, JUNE 7. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 12 June 1875

JIIA SHIRE, MONDIAY, JUNE 7. The ordinary monthly meeting of this Council was held on the above date. Pre sent I The President and Crs.. Cooper, Clench, Plant, Burlings, Dennis, Wdbster, Emery, and O'Keofe. The minutbs of last meeting were read and confirmed. STHIE NORTHCOTE BRIDGE.' The President reported that in accord. ance with a resolution passed at the last meeting of the Council, a deputation con sisting of Crs. Burlings, Plant and him self had waited upon the Commissioner of Railways and Roads to ask for an advance of £.3,000, to. complete .tho. Northcoto bridge. Mi*. Gillies had promised to give the matter careful consideration, and to send a'reply. The reply had not yet been received, but he (the President), had no doubt but Mr. Gillies would do what he could in the matter. CORREsPoNDoNC.E. From Mr. Steavenson, Assistant Com missioner of Roads and Bridges, asking for an expression of opinion on the subject of differential ratings in Shires as pro posed by the Council of th...

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SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1875. THE FITZROY LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 12 June 1875

SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1875. THE FITZROY LOAN. CJonNotLLon TuoICER'8 motion, upon the advisability of offecting a loan for carrying out sundry improvements in the town of Fitzroy, was afflirmed, by the Council, on the 26th ultimo., by a majority of five to two; and wo have to congrtulato the borough, that such was the case. The oppositionists to the ipr'oiosal require to' b' reininded of what CinRLES LaMi . once 'said about "not raking up ea ,,unwelcome truth to save a halfpenny "; for, should this loan becoontracted, its appropriation, in the direction of local improvements, will' very, soon rcturn' a handsome interest upon the"in'eistment.' An person, who his watcheid the astonish. ing.,;progresq, which the list' three or four years have developed, will concede the point'that the town 'of. Fitzroy is rdpidly extonding;' and 'that occupation' is dily iy'ibreiasig.'. '~ or e'iinit going to analyze , COUNCiLLOiRt TrUCKER'S formidable array of figu'es, b ecause,, as ihe great CANNINi waq ...

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