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

THIEATRICAL ITIEMS. At tihe Princo?ss Theatre, the taep..o.co drama knownn a Ten nighlts in a iar-room" drow goa Ilonsea daring the week ending Inet ereing. The story of the piece is quite familiar to Mellenrnoe theatre goers, oe the dramen roan for upwardls of one hulndred nights at this honeu ealnt throe years ago. In tihe preset roevival, the lenadliag enrcter, that of Jon Morgaen, was setainted by Mr. W', (I. Carey.he i playred pon muchI the saree lines as Mr. Thenlor. Hmrrtlton. " In the deliriem scren, Mr. Carey's lae Mlorgn nwas terribly realistic, ant in tile seene at tihe bedside of his dying child. his acting was all that coldt il desiredt. Mr Atkins as Sample Swioehel is highly amusing but there is scanreely enough of tire yankeer Ilement te his perfaonnnac. M fr. Carlo gives a siry gnor renderlnag of tire part of HnrnvyGre een and thshmnee rcnmrk nppls to 'Jr. Colani's Wilie Inammeond. ilel part of Mr. Romaine the philanthropist hin lieen much bretter played, btt this ng...

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

GLISI-I ALE. BASS'S NO, 4, sI PLENDID CONDITION, ON ~IAUllllTl AT TIIK ATIONAL HOTEL, RIItUNSWICK STREIKIT, ARK Brandy Drinkers admit that Bhr. rInsson'a 1870, an olbttndcd at t.I Na. -[ IHotel, in unelluallcd. {nobles \Vhllhskten 1 \ino, and Rlun ar Wkot out o Iwonl Iby thl propr llor of TIHE NATIONAL IIOTEL. oglo Bottles st Wholosalo Prices. i \V. IffAOSYl VlF , Survoyor (for mJ orly of the Crown lales ale Mfo. Sdlopnrtmoto.) nMAfIKES SUILVEYS and ao of Ifood, (lnos of ]ulldfings, Spoelff. lons, C?ntrector'& Qotllitfie. Fhro anrd e floranaes a ]owest rates. feooein eanued b)y month or week, and fonerant ooy. Orlor, ). D.DSioo, Actfonecr, Qteen.street, hollon~lno, And at 2° KingI tlltln.strcet, to 10 t.m., nld from 0 to 81 m. CASII CASI811 CASi 1 AVE YOUR MONEY BY BUYING FOR CASHI lNDREW BROWN'S , i . TOWN AND COUNTRY niRAPrERY WAREIIOUSE, 34S1, BRUNSWICK STREET. FITZROY. I remier Haircutter and Shaver in Oollingwood. "?ST 3d. CIOAIT in the Colony. Pl'lpes, SFinost Tolwecro...

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THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

'THill FITZROY CIT'Y PRESS. SATUIDAY, AUtUST' ii. O. 'I'lordoly ouxt the ratepayers of lth City of Fitzroy will be called pion to electl tfhro, ilembors of thoCityConootl. Thie nofdiltatcs in the fihld are the ate Councillorn Showere, IHoldoe, and livans,'niodl Messrs. Wanl and Plhidpl; arnd, therefomr, it it.tlo two latter gentlcimea that tiao ratcpaycrs are itdtbleo l for o coatoestl clctloo, owhicfh in often thie maons of bringing to tie surface grlcvaoces aood causes of collloplnt rwhich, it' tho publio Intonrest, it Is lesimrableo to rotcody. Dorang the election tour of tthe various can. didates several questions hlavo been broulgfht under publio notice, but noel thalt ts sunr rooudel ty so mnoeh imlofportmeo na the toces-. aity of condactitg the wrfolo of the Cootllcil's Imsotitne il public, or, to ?oy tio least, ti the; preaence of the press. Althlough our career on journalists, to for, hishoot ll rief, we can not limol our eyes to the fact that howevero pure a local repreecn...

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FITZROY POLICE COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 1st. (Before Messrs. Bennett and MPLean, J's.P.) MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

FITZROY POLICEF COURT. MoJnAY, Anirron lnt. (Before Mecssrs. Bennett end JL'Leau, J's. P.) 7iln.LrAtnnn11n. Inn? Sr ithrs n.el Tihmnnmn lirelnnn,f or ilrenk nnil dinorderly, and John.Joy, ining inhanioar, were enchi fned in., nich (hecn, imrged nwith wilnIlly property, as remannded till ek iMormmnot, for tie 28th timno, wna ior nnnm'n dins. IRymmn mmd f nnne Cooper, {nounn inomrikin type, wnnre 'hanngn with i of om-emni Ingnla s ewithin tin the IpubicLn n1mVtiwnn IRyan wone .",mmmitith mmgelti the police in icn of their cmint}. The charges I togoethier, not Mr. Leonard dno pnieonenm. Thin following in the eM Mnhem,nswnrn--Mtoaittwnnty one o'nlonk onnlntunrdny night thn i-r eerunswick-strntnt; tliney andlinisonrrly, mntd w mrnnnking 'eionct"inngiagenn.T Thnningnngn I meet noon to theon, and Immmm oo n nncfm wilth his ebnw not; I tlio,, ngae hoin atnouih with thon toe bden, and called ont for C"e otnitole Kingnnn cnant tn my n;we nrrstemd tine prisoners, annd hlmoelmotfn one thnmn; wn...

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MR. EVANS AT NORTH FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

eIlr. tv.s00 AT NOoTHI FITZROY. Mr. Evans one of the retiring councillors, applared before the ratoelpayor at tim Tlnm perance Hfall, North Fitzroy, on \edonelany eveninog last, at which there was a good at. toodatnc. aS". IBrtton, who was roted to the chair, snid he oad no douht tho camolidato who wos nbout to aolroso them wololo gvo a good no oant of his stowaordship, for ho had beot, as most of them knew, oln of their most oeter. getic councillors, to wholom many of the imt. provencltS il to the cty were due. lMr. Evans, on rising, Miid that threooears agoo le hd booti rotllrleol to the oouooilo , nold ha iooo inteltdood briolly to refer to his aotions no their roltresetootreo ainlco that titeo. lie referrdcl to the duties of a eotucillor, and the lupleolasat position in which ole o was some times place . The Council had to supervise the elipenlditliro of tiha revcnle, ailt see that it was judicoaasly used. lie had watchel' tl?e risoo o tlnd Oprors of tthe toriolS portions of the...

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OUR STORY TELLER. THE WOMAN-HATER. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

OUR STORY TELLER. THE WOMAN-HATER. -,(From Harper' Monthly.) Cl?APTER VI. : " E vera instlea pituit Da." "4,\T.he elm got to the hotel sho held up finger nto iverne with a pretty peremp. 'tortne. She had shown hi n omuch ten. t demons, aho felt shie hlad a right to onltor him now, " I must beg of you," shal sho, " to go atmrght to your rooms toot idreo or very quickly, antd tlrctt yourself to lioe. of ringlt irte tontle beforoe dlnar ot least." 11 will obly," shld he obsui ously, '.That planned her, oan asto ksed aler hand to hbn, mid scaniddea to her own room, At isgt s of the blazhin fire cd nmcovlat , wrunnra?tne sihe atolte,, anld nind aloudh r yh, h1O 'lto of themn I' and, all drippoi g ho wa, aht stood ther with her young Sheart in na douobl glow Such .a natur an oer has too, little oe. toin and ow-hsrbml vaulty to udoervao to worthy lore. Tibo hnlt. heart of a Zoo Vi crl c oce biut one with itslot, l bt . earor so netoy more with worm anl tender affection. Site gne Aunt Mitto...

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

BP.EGrAL COUMM. Morma Armaxuu. EDiVARtD LANGHORNE AND CO., AUCTIONEERS, . IIRUNSW!CIC KSTREIET, FITZROY, IAVE the uldermontioned properties . d busineessc.for sloe. FITznoY. SI\VO.STORIEY Brick.house, 4 roo.m and . kitchen. Fitzroy, £210. r lwO S hbls anid,0lwllug, four roon erach, -ltzroy, £1,110 fI1\VO twoustoroy brlck houses, six room, 1 enos,,Fitaroy, £1,100. r ' O twoeroomod brick houses, Fitzroy, . £170.. T7jOUR hounses ami land, Fitzroy, £00., ]3RICK house, five rooms, Fitzroy, £400. LLOCK of aInl, lending street, Fitzroy, i 33hy 1001t, £5 per foot. i?-LOCK of land, couornllotmenlt, Fitzroy, 00 00by 70t, £0 5?er S toolt. LOCK of lIod, Fitzroy, 5 by 11011t., J£ os. per foot. AIRDR" SEI ol and Tobaoconilst's nuse. I1. neas, Fitzroy, 15 y)crs rstablisbad, £250. AKERlS BUSINESSI. brol ovenr, tio roomts, stblc, use of soren acrre Innl. ltent 10. pLer week. G IIOCERY edl drapery business, Fitzroy; stock, frioture, am,, ootlw0l, £00. fNO-CERIY, Wood nuol Coal liuhsines, .. Fitzroy, ...

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THE M[?] RETURN BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

, V 1 1 lvrl to Mr, mill Mr.. a(cll% , it Is my'l'or still Inyon res ? (lr f ,t1 ll l, -'. IL i t -ory Iiy'ul f a ll llij1 ,Ii csIi l Iit i tllou uinttur fl nttlul)lanco t i iwai l tlai , , M r . 1n111 tit chii tior U i e.1 diii" a it wo nm tlrgor tiii n "llw t lit, lyl t r o thi yoiir'"s tln tii S't's ni^ y i ulslm uid ml s tdlr s. h r it, uIViuh , In loni t t iorroi t i a or Ar . u i , I t ?lpIliiuihli toi r ting I ior ti t I. i t ,lllf 1t I IRII 1111 fu1 I s tirtf ,L t l , it to,' ,lh orlh I, |)llllted little < .,1 - H ll,? t i , , l oalltlitlo of 3ir, IYls h?(l ldl conlhte d unntil ,1 I.ll, , n ltllitIy uotl It'y illlcti, Sir PLtoger logo it m ro soc Milo 'kg t 1 dt o hall tll t f T tcs lay 11ght w r ver wltlwmued It fill it fit Wain In l.l, , It IAv tev14lH greatly'v:) "llv ,,; , r'i irolltmtifot I|; wt,- t]i llret ts' r.S Fitiytry vlinl, It I to 1 hop.edl, 11 ll go'O n very pIleasalt serica of aliunt n1on1. A1 osgst tllose |rcsmcitwo noticed Ir ,Si ? m ? khSent' aul...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3rd. (Before Messrs, O'Grady. Lowis, and Oldfield, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 6 August 1881

CARITON COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3rd,     (Before Messrs. O'Grady, Lewis, and Oldfield, J's.P DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.     Two middle-aged females, named respect- ively Fanny Donaldson and Mary Ann Pugh, were charged with this offence. Fanny was fined 5s., or 24 hours. Mary Ann was   cautioned and discharged. CHIMNEY ON FIRE. James Hannigan was charged with allow ing a chimney in his house to be on fire. He   did not appear when called, and was fined       10s., with 5s. costs. ILLEGAL DETENTION. Wing v. Coloman.- Complainant did not appear when called. Defendant put in an appearance, and informed the bench that he   had come prepared to defend the case, and had brought three witnesses. He now asked for costs. The case was dismissed, with £1 costs.   INSULTING LANGUAGE.   Barton v. Monaghan.- Insulting language in a public place, wi...

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RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 August 1881

Anrr·rnrrur.rn.-hit ;lhin litllrsla, to aaellro hlI rrtlon amt he nm imllll ullll h) 1II full chnnrYU (al yxr Ilue, nl eI>;ht ,lurlr) ul~l t'rhnrit tlliyrnollet Inuitl nlnln lin lt inn nr Inlc fuIr iii pn l. rldl onf tsr l quit olio zlrelrr their full two n cll nlillr eci lhel N. ulrhiý; at Cri to Iw aral to this otllm I fader Darer of Illu ný;lsl~y 11 nullla to ynphlo theI lahmlYiC to )+p the time to than.. Al n11 rrl t o rrEislrrml nlhsrrllespblnite unt iii cul Il $II IinI n~la s.lnla kltll .oo ldtirr lal llrlll and this ,unit L~o nnctoenl h, onnathlr carne ii nd" drriinl to t),o "' Unlt;~nr u) ll Cmi Iltna, m , i~ll xlrk N rcil, iizN "," rho ,111 fonrnnl to tho Ad. trrtiicr and h)' thin ""lnol brinlg pnlrhnnarr tuna rellrt illhwill in nt tthe o . Inrunnlal !n'{ ist. Ildd rn a rll Iot, o( , ,nudely. ins ytll "ntrunqmntt I to "ll. root-g, )+.Irntlg. IS({en Iovlli N rml n Approinl wlr Au E-1 I.,, )nt"not)o ~cuiuii n qlnoi.-br In moot llainilrcr euucla and icthm ,1111 be annapldlt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 August 1881

A eI At ALL t " J, P. DENEHY, 1 UUt. I'LtUfli ' O r'L[' I'IIICIE'" Oil thu t'Ilult9C9, . INSt'lICc't'(O N INVIT., h lie ! , p e l ii i IIA HI C Ml) 1 1 1 iS tll , 1n1111lvICKC S' :leU T .THE "CITY PRESS' E.XC11ANUE AND MAR.'I. "I NLt, xn NIll loo 1mu ' IkW.k)tTo." tU1UIkdUY fl 'ikkUbk1.et UIIt Uta tInrlto tilt lgg Inmt oft t okot e hith a llo wihUgllhu it 0-111W uudrllol rr if). nlrorc hr sit, .,III t pittt u;~onlinu ,ftt n iyptUUUh1 t mt ennrrms nrtrlttl nut n Ykaulnnll. srlrrl Illcn nro tun Inthllnn1 tI td, itr Itl , nriLtulin l o 011' ith , i llkltdd icrottvt lu irnu. rctlntr " tllla Itntlln (t In a xet dl ,;i ll On l It promlg nit Inuf~cr ml llmlb Ire Firuam~c It Whet lk I unulsl ' t to t lii,.t taa. . FuW of (Illrwpl ilcrl c lnruptl JOKI u e 1, ~ f) tlu hu wlll t ioi In+ iisiru ol µlr tilt o b t fhir irmlnrlonrl onctt gbUU1 itiun it, or u-blsl yleith 11 It,, u1111, 1, or io "I'd nFa for unau othe~r nrill'b ni III Woe buts lltI)IJPI Illlylll ha nu~ll I Iot it it,, n It n ,,I cul...

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THE MAYORAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 August 1881

The Fitzroy City C6nnsil at for a lshort time on Mooe y morning for tihe parpose f considoerg thl appointment of a Inayor f 4 the ensuing year. After tiLe otlici declare. tion of the poll had eeIn declared tieretirrl i mayor (Cr. feiLahon) said that the timeo h come when ho was ciled upon to vacate tile mayoral choir. In tretirin from that positl councillors and hilmsef ranld he hoped h surccssor wouldl'ecelve thoe aeo istanh in thle ex ..tioneooithl, ItIP of the oftioc From hilseilf th?d maoor wouhl always Io certain of a hearty support. To the otlhce?, of the countcil he also weihed to retur othe thanks, and could compliment them on tile very oteicient execution of their dutlie, specoilal notieo beoing deserved by tllhe Tor C lork, Mr. Jonce, whom he considered i most painstaking nd deserving olficer. ,,_,0 thi!npttou t pQ: l/'nsyn . ecodelo l ob Sll'ieply, Cd.' lfohloii'brl ely, i'ettidned thk foth hor the Ieoor conferredr l ih 'l m, anl apologsed fqcytho,brrqttyoef, hit remrkes,...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17th. (Before Messrs, O'Grady, Whitelaw, Oldfield, and Lewis, J's.P.) CIVIL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 August 1881

CARLT'ON COURT. 0 jrEDoDeAY, AnOioT 17th. (Bcforo Messrs. O'Grady, Whitelow, Old' , fiold, and Lewis, J's.P.) EIVInO. 07.0. a rIrlaoda v. Marshalla Claim for £1 for0 woark and habour done.--Mr. Karriadgen a stout elderly lady, showed Mr. arshalla over a hose that was "to lot," This we the "work and lainor done" andfor which the action was brought. ra.In, Marshall deposed that her beotter hafl, the dfcndnt, homapid Mrs. Karricapo " haimfo.r ii forI boar trouble." Their rps dimised the oplaint, whereupon MIrs. Kaarriadge nounced i to o her intention to "tne th 0ase to notlher court. Dick v. Chaoine.--.o appearance of either party. Haeroma v. Hnmon.--Clalm for £1 10s. 4d. for goods sold and delivered. Cokrman v. l ecaren.-Claim for £1 lOs. L. M v, Banh p.-Claim for £3 2s. on; os sold and delivered. Cooran v Boeelor.--Claim for £t 14sO for ue and occupation. Collins v. l OGnrndo.-Claim for £10, money lent. In both of theso ases an order was madefar the amount clahied, with 5o, 0 costs. ...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16th. (Before Messrs. W. Kidney, Field, Peters, and Barrett, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 August 1881

COLLNOW?OOD COURT. TUnSDAY, AUovUT 16th. (Before Messrs. W. Kldney, Field, Peotors, and Barrett, J'E.P.) D0U?K AND DISORDERLY. William Mellock and Ellen Kettledon were severally charged withl the above offcneo. They were both cautioned and discharged. Mary Lamier was charged with making use of obscene langaoge In Wellington. street, at about hblfpoast one o'clock, on Sunday mornling, A lgut 14th. Defendant, who had been allowed out oe bahl, did not pu~ in an appCaranoe when called. An old man, nael hing, who hadul Ibemeo Mary's security to the amornt of .10, now napreared in Colurt, and informed trheir Woreshipa that the rwoman "was then below in her owne house, but wouldn'e comen to Court." After waitleg patcintly for nearly halfan. hour to seeo'if Mary would turn up, their Worships decided to hear the case in her absence. Constablo Nolan's avidenne was conlusive agnainst Mary, and she was fined 10a., with the optio of seven days in gnaol. RESISTINO THIE POLICE. The same defenldant...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 August 1881

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. In the House of Lords, the cohservatlve I party, hdy Lonrd Salinry lee insisted on its amendments, notwithstanding a protest from Earl Granvlole, The 8tanianrtf states that moderatot Conservativea codemn the tooties of Lord Salislbury. It has been an. nounced that if the bill ts lost the Govern. moot will summon anothlr estsion, when the measure will be againo brought forward, and sent to the Lords, A crisis has ocuerrcd nto Egypt, the Khedive having summarily dliamtaod ihe Mi?tntor of War, A motion in tho House of Commons condemning tihe proposed tmpostiton:by Franco oepeoociiodtutls has been negatived, Sir CIhas. Dihko at tilhe ae time promting thot no treaty preoudical to Britila Interests esouhl le coholued . .. Thie imposition by the New York Legla. laturo of a poll-tax on every immlgrant land. to In Now York to giving rise to litgaation. The steamship companino intorateod: on eider that tie local legislature hal no power to pane such a law. The United Stat...

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FITZROY COURT. MONDAY 15TH AUGUST, (Before Messrs, Delbridge, Bennetts, and McLean, J's.P.) THE MOORE STREET SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 August 1881

FITZROY COURT. MOVNDAY lLyei Aeons.', (Before Mrssrs. Delbridge, iennetts, and McLean, .T'.P.) THE MOORE STREET SHOOTING CASE. Frederick Morramt, on remand, was charged with shooting at one Catherine Perry, with intent to murder. Sergeant Rennie con ducted the prosecution. Th prosecutrx wa brought into court in a chair, and gave her I evidence while seated. She appeared to ie very wcak, but gave ner ovidenee in a very Intelligent manner, though in a low voice. The prisoner, who was undefended, con. ducted himself n a very quioet manner, and declined to put any queetion to tho prosCnc trix. T.he following l the ovidence taken Myname is Catherine Perry, Iran a d, . maker, andon the lst of February o' this year I was residing at 82, Moor ?tr cot Fitzroy. I know the prisoner Frede-rick ylor rant. I know hin for ourte 'or fifteen months before the Ist Februar , iH came to my louse on that day abou' ,even o'clock ini tOln orenoon. He etoppe and. e uite sober. W haot no words th? first tim...

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ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 August 1881

rrlIM'TfII) MUItDEit AN)l SUICII)El. The residents of Fitzroy weore yesterdfy orning startled into asoriousR tatO of alarm hen i became It kn bu'?? tH? ?hat'ahithtitpt nrder antluitloihafl feon committed in opig. sirot. From tih information 4o o'd fgotihrc wo learnm that R Diaryl, mf fort t Clotta, a Spninlrd, who me titd o nioy with lii ro' isfole!'threo years rgo, tteiptito mnrdcr iher by striking her on tho'ack of the head with all axe, and thn ettenrytf eulidoby butting pia throat//l. It pp tars tih t it ,, , ugfo 't n nto 0T ,lr"' Oe, gag for om tie at lr 'lirs? r ia,?i» whrbi it' ivW iiotftied th i, oH n A very diesrndling state 'ohfif algnd g o gomo unknoawcauoeeand toe'dlpo ,hil r it aee proposed theatllotta,and hs wife should wft"ti'i 'ie ied of iingr lhoth, gothap, aif arrangemeots wore Ceorrdtdgly jiide ar41 with this view.Mirsni.Clttta's brothir wpa ,exepro to .ol.e, them. IIi.But;l'wllinrIfI. Clottao wina i' the act of mraking 0oerd refrehmonta ready for' licifr Jorneoy...

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THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 August 1881

TIHE:FITZROY CITY-PRESS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20. , IN continuation of tlld rmar-ksu co?l tainsed in our last issuoe oi the adv5isable. nss "of publicly conducting all thie business of the City Council, we deem it'oily~'fair to thods who 'didler firon{ ds to 'state osome of tio 'more inipbrta'lt reasons wvhichl intluence us in forming the opinion we expressed. Among men who have boon brh d io n pglish speakisg cdmnruzii ho(tlie it the Unitiud Kingdom, iln the, Uhitted States, or in Australia, the opinion is that the procelediigs of Parliamtis;' of Court§ of Justice, of. Boards olebtd to IesMide over Public Charities, rand, indeod,,.of Committees elected to' administer the affairs of' si'y ,concers:!ii,hi?li (lthe peopled re directly interested, should at alLtimesboe open fon.pubjic epgamenda tionoor disapproval, This is more evs peclally the case in nttt'rtrs where the community ,is pecuunrily concerned. Sometimes a slight disadvantage, or even annoyance, many be experiencd by individua...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 August 1881

ORIGINAL CORIItESPONDENCE. / TuOcitmupertr Ost' ngr Ycn 'IT rr ne . j * rIr-jttreth t jSfRot.I a oeer thoe fornd oI at of that groat tfiolacen?anl iriccipln bof I rit rli jorisnldliceon-that gloriousn priel pic that I diobi?flegle?io ? thtolorctl, " ,eory ma is preeauccl to ha Inlhoeont asnils e i proved to hlo gilty." It is tndee] c glorious privedpldI. T'A.prtoidpIhirrtht figittng for a prineCipto worth dyig f or; but, unlorth. noteiy, It is a prineoipe that is sometimes ignored, or forgotten, or loft unlearned I, some of those who nra invested with tlio noe)r .t;zidoa,1wjtithIh thjtlllttim;.o,, their ellh n 'ýh?otsc -: so'e of thhlehdhio hvoei I am in the habit of attending the iattnltgs of the Fitzroy Police Court, and overy week for seven ola twenty eonsecutivre weeksl have aeen a prisoner, named .lorront, brogliht utp and reoanded without anything like sulilletnt legal evhleneo being addueed tn jlstify a temand. I nako this asertioh bodly, dliherately, and advlsmlly, and I wil...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR STORY TELLER. THE WOMAN-HATER. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 August 1881

tutu aei Yth" 14o X N tlATE .IL 4tat 1 91w1 It tutu's 1tuthhly Itor odI llnr h guoa . gravely; " ehnin ott.1 Bltbleo I thu going u rou t iy All thl buttur," satil Zue, I wtuti ytt to mootr?yutt tfte,. ~y love for n 'y I?rtheli not eethi tl -nutl esitu ted a gtuod t wollm rott,,i? hl arahueds t q u thr t . ? h t .CIto 1ru l I VIll. • ,uAll Uth tll ua Ir tas iokag walo' mhansrtug •rsatho thuautri, tit" tmtoutunum s of thu iin, l.tlldidlngxrleito A royal peronallko hlld eoimi Li e martd t vrltuebin , theu prt ? torern to ?u restoatu t ttih orlsutal ky. It wns wtritten ttittrout:i lttnltu,.i hit t?t?loscld Iy thu ill ti tluoorohlOrtst, T i. fliavug tuno trtuonuuniou tol night, thttr I ul?oe to retearu rather nlatr thur usuta 1, aalt ddh not uleave ol till a quarter to fuar t ino' tck. Ituh wlutlhruoud a goal deal ut , horsals ftront tto inauocuracuy nd apathy of the eruplo, luwtt holouu faggut, aut trilthhr , throat paruotlt-suodtts uihu theatrsou atltctt , all goa and earrest artists a...

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