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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 12 January 1878

GENERAL NOTICE. .IHE Mercury is published every Saturday Morning. Persons wishng to lYethe paper regularly deliveied at their pa? of business or residencewill be charged l-pm er quarter, payable in advance; by post ls.6d.. per quarter. - The quarter commences on the first Sat urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. The Editor will be obliged for inform a ion-more especially relating to local matters. - SCALE FOI ADVERTISING. ] Business Cards, per quarter, from 7s.-6d. Official and Election Advertisements; each insertion, per inch- - :.. 2s. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for Sale or Exchange, Miscel laneous, Missing Friends, &c., Os. Od. Notices of --Birthes, Deaths, -and Marriages ... ... .. .... 1s. Od. To ADvzIxrzns.-N otic to i;ithdra w edvertisemcets must be givenin wriiting._ -; lHE mercury can be obtained from any of 1 the following agents :--Subscription ls. per quarter. G. Ciasnra, ... 167. Smith street. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 12 January 1878

NOTICE.'. NOTICE.. NOTICE. TOY & FANCY REPOSITORY, WHOLEsALT AND RrArIT. RZO B EL" B' 218 Smith street, Collingwood. aes also opened the extensive premises at e-- 2iifalT STREET; -(Between Otter & Stanley ste.) Where you will find a great variety of co-. lase from whichto choose. Quality and price. not to be surpassed by any other house in Collingwood. Berlin Wool 4d. per dozen. MRS. M'IVER, " -r ·I L X 1 -J 30 :., Straw Hat and Bonnet Maker, ... 195 CARDIGAN. STREET, CARLTON (Near corner Elgin Street.) Mats, Feathers, Flowers, and Trimmings always on hand, lowest prices and newest: styles. CHAS. MOORE, (Late:of Collingwood) Carver -~c Gi-clder, Picture Frame Mak.er, 114L?onsdale st, opposite hospital, lMelb'ne. Be-Gilding, Map Mounting, &c. IRS. RICHARD DAWSON TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE, 280 NICHOLSON ST., FITZOY. And at NICHOLSON & ASCHERBERC'S CBAS. CANTLON, HAIRDRESSER,. AND TOBACCONIST; SIMIPSON'S ROAD, [Opposite Simpson's hotel.] A'ine assortment of ...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JAN. 12, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 12 January 1878

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JAN. 12, 1878. JUDGING. from the tenor of the tele grams that have come to hand during the last few days, we may reasonably expect that efforts will be made to bring about a termination of the present war between Russia and Turkey. It is evident from the information received that the resources of Turkey are giving out, and, however disposed she "might be to maintain a defensive contest with her antagonist, the want of the necessary materiel of war cripples her. It must be admitted how ever by all impartial opinion that she has nobly and desperately maintained her position-even against overwhelm. ing odds and superior force. It will also be remembered that for a con siderable period anterior to the entry of Russia into the struggle, Turkey had had to make heavy demand upon the military strength of the nation to subdue the insurrection in Bosnia, Herzegovina, Servia and, Bulgaria. We cannot but conclude that Russia, in formenting...

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JIKA COURT—THURSDAY, JAN 10. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 12 January 1878

JIKA COJURT-T-?usDAr, Jax 10. Before J. . Clinch, chairman, and Messrs. Paterson and Woods. Charles Wilson-no name on dray. Fined 2s. and. 2s. 6d. costs. James Banks, ditto, 2s. and 2s, 6d. costs. John Spebling-allow ing cattle to wander. 10s. and 2s 6d. costs. Walter Harris, ditto, 3s. and 2s. 6d. costs. Michael Holey. ditto, 33. and 2s. 6d. costs. Mary Mc3Mahon, ditto, 4s. and 2s.6rl. costs. Patrick McMahon, ditto, Is. and 2a. 6d. costs.

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COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9TH, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 12 January 1878

COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNESDAY, JaN. 9TH, 1878. Present-The Mayor (Cr. Turner. in the chair), Crs. Peters, Upton, Smith, Wright, Bryant, and Walker. CORRESPONDENCE From Secretary of Melbourne Ladies' Benevolent Society. showing the amount of £374 3s. 2d. as being distributed by that society. Received. From Clerkof Petty Sessions, showing fines received during month to be 11 12s.6d. From Archibald MoDowall. captain of the City Fire Brigade, complaining that Mr. Cr. Hanslow had "interfered in the proceed ings of the City brigade to the hindrance of its members in the discharge of their duties." From Francis Bantam, complaining that the Council had taken away 30ft. 9in. of land from him, and stating that he would take the matter for trial in the Supreme Court if his grievance were not attended to. From C. T. Collis, complaining of the action of Surveyor in reference to a right of-way. Received. REPORTS. The Public Works Committee's report re. commended payment of accounts amo...

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FROM THE POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 12 January 1878

FROM THE POLICE GAZETTE. Stolen from the person of Frederick Borne, Collingwood, on the 3rd instant, in Spring-street, Melbourne, a £5 note, fifteen £1 notes, a gold open-face geneva lever watch, No. 12864, "F.B." outside case, a twisted silver chain, and gold heart-shaped locked containing hair. George Jacomb, 36 Victoria-parade, Col- lingwood, report stolen from above during a fire on the 30th ultimo, a silver genera hunting watch, case worn "Jacomb" faintly scratched on inside, new hands, and gold mounted hair-guard with hook instead of bar. MIichael J. Gill i; charged, on warrant of commitment issued by the Fitzroy bench on the 7th instant, at the suit of Mary O'Grady. Description :--Irish, commission agent, 40 years of age, 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high, fair complexion and hair, sandy beard, whiskers, and monstache; generally wears silk dust-coat, light trousers and grey deerstalker hat. He resided at 30 Hanover street, Fitzroy. Henry William Skipper is charged, on warrant, for ...

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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

CRICKET NOTES,. COLaINGWOOD CHALLENGE Cup.-Abbotsj ford (holders)v Capulet.-~.This ma?ch was daohtij T ladiited. t,f . ?ar. the ground of the" lioldei~ The abence of J. Taylor was severely felt by the Abbotsford. as was not only his good batting lost, but al=o his bowling in sihe ic;avi' innings of the Capulet. The following are the full lIedson, So c Trott, b Beard ... 11 Cavenagh, b. er&, .... ... 6 Crawiford. b Beard .. ::.. :... 9 Lucas. b Trott ... ... 7 E. Taylor.b Trott ... 5 Gregory, ran out-- ... 1 Sebo, c Waugh, b Beard .... W. Medeon, not out ,.,. 11 AhboteL BiceA Bea- ' 5 Byes ... ... ... 11 N.i': N ?,wicket for. :: . . .18 CsputirsmrrlsyIsBne.. J.MDiaynd'd;,b Eft.Tay1or . 0 W. Maynakd. c Lnac'I8E Taylor 0 Whiteoak. b E. Taylor ... 5 Hodges. c and b Cra?ord ... 1 Bice,-not ute. "* fi"41 -'i~ott, rmtout .. . 9 Drew. c Luctls E. Taylor 1Q Beard not bt .. . 9 % Byes . ... ... 4 Total fyX 6wickets ... ... 80 Total first inings ... . 103 G and total .. .. ... 183 A ma...

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NEW STATE SCHOOL, GOWERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

NEW STATE SCHOOL, GOWERVILLE. The opening of the new State school at Gowerville took place on Monday last. At 11 o'clock a.m., the children of the neigh. bourhood assembled at the new school, and marched to Pender's Grove, where a large marquee had been erected, containing an ample supply of provisions.' After par taking of a substantial luncheon, the as semblage moved back to the school to wit ness the opening ceremony. At the hour appointed for the opening of the school, the Hon. R. Ramsay, accompanied by Mressrs. Cook and Langridge, M.L.A's. arrived. The assemblage being seated, Mr. C. Rippon, correspond- nt of the Jika School Board,wasvotedto the chair. TheJika Shire councillors and members of the School Board were also present. The Hon. IR. Ramsay then addressed the meeting. In his remarks he congratulated the district on having obtained such a substantial and ornamental school. He also expressed him self as pleased with the present Ministry in reference to the carrying out of ...

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DEAD LOCK IN JIKA SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

DEAD LOCK IN JIKA SIHIRE. A special meeting of the Jika Council was held on Tuesday, 15th inst. There were presenltý Paterson, O'Keef?-?Dennis, az?stm~g g as Ellison. The question of maintaining the roas was then gone into. Proposed by Cr. Paterson, and seconded by Cr. Mitchell " That all day labor on the main roads of the Shire be suspended until such times as the Conncil have a Main Road Fund, the same having been taken away by the abrogation of the tolls, and no measure in lien thereof provided by the Government." Carried. Proposed by Cr. Mitchell, and seconded by Cr. Paterson-" That all main road con tracts be suspended for one month, pending the action of the Government in retard to a grant for the Main Road Fund." Car ried. Notice of motion was then given by Cr. Mitchell that at the next orlinary meeting he would move that all onffcers . f the coun cil be suspended, with the excep'ion of the secretary, as there are no funds to either furnish employment, or to pay them. Notice ...

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COBURG.—TUESDAY, JAN. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

!COBURG TUESDaY, JaN ..1 Before Mr. Ankitell (in the. chair).-and '' "e?jss.'gdCoimack, Richie, Snowb;all; and ) liilloi Henry Barrett was charged with havinr ma:liciously-wounded a man- named Phillip BTonohbn'by throwmng a brick at him while on the Sydney Eoadmon -the evening of the 7th- inst. 'Mr: Edwards appeared for the defendnnt, arid Mr. Grylls for the plaintiff. .A iumber.of witnesses were called, but -failed tosmiibstantiate the charge, and the nagistrates discharged Barrett. A secorid charge of assault in which Barrett was also chareed with having damaged the dothing of a man named Billey, was also -dismissed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

NOTICE. NOTICE. NOTICE. TO? & FANCY REPOSITORY, WHOLESALE AND =ETAIl . 218 Smith street, Collingwood. Has also opened the extensive premises at 212 EoTIrTH STREET, co froIn which to choose. Qualivg and ..fr not tobe asrpsaed?byi any other house in Collingwood. Berlin W-Wal 4. per dozen. MRS. M'IVER, rM' II LIm IbT "EI R, Straw Hat and Bonnet Maker, 195 CARDIGAN STREET, CARLTON (Near corner Elgin Street.) Hats, Feathers, Flowers, and Trimmings always on hand; lowest prices and newest styles. CHAS. MOORE, (Late of Collingwood) Cl~,rver &4 GCilder, Picture Frame Maker, 114 Lonsdale st., opposite hospital, Melb'ne. Re-Gilding, Map Mounting, &c. MRS.RICIARD DAWSON TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE, 280 NICHOLSON ST., FITZROY. And at NICHOLSON & ASCHERBERG'S CHAS. CANTLON, HAIRDRESSER, AND TOBACCONIST, SIMPSON'S ROAD, [Opposite Simpson's hotel.] Afine assortment of Meerschaum & Wooden pipes, Tobacco and Cigars of best Brands. Umbrellas, Parasols, etc., repaired...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JAN. 19, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

PUBLISHED. EVERY. SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JAN. 19, 1878. IN another column :nay be found a full report of a meeting held in the Foresters' Hall, on Monday evening ast, which had been called for the purpose of "considering the position of the people's ministry." The mem bers for Collingwood being invited to attend, were present and expounded their views upon the Crisis which is now agitating society through the length and breadth of the colony. Messrs. LANGRIDGE and MIRAMS both expressed their admiration for Mr. BERRY, and their determination to support principles which they heartily endorsed, believing that the time of the end was at hand in which the supreme power of veto held by the Upper House would be abolished, and affirming that such an abolition would be for the welfare of the colony. It is not our desire nor intention in the present article to advert in any manner to the merits or demerits, the necessity or non-necessity, or the consequences that must necessa...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

TO CO1REESPONDENl'S. 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 persons interested we have to request that all business communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GeIFsFIH & SPAVes, and not to the EDIroB. ADYERTISZEnE£Is, in all cases, to be prepaid.r Letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns should be addressed to the Editor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

MRS. HIGGENS' FANCY REPOSITORY, 149 SMITH ST., FITZROY. Patterns Stamped on every Material for Braiding and Embroidery. Pinking done. Berlin. Wool in grea ??ariety of colors. Braiding blocks of all descriptions made. Registry office for Servants. F. WHITMORE, !SADDLER " HARNESS &COLLAR MAKER 97 GERTRUDE ST., FITZROY. Old HETness exchanged for New. A large assortment of second-hand harness and saddles always kept. [Established 1851. WEEKES & WOODCOK, IMPORTERS OF PAPERHANGINGS, 77 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. Painters, Grainers, Sign Writers, Gilders, &c. Plumbers, Gasfitters, and General Contractors. The Cheapest House in Fitzroy. N.B.-AlI work guaranteed. SDON'T FORGET TO CALL AT.,; Sco ingwood City boach Factory Before gettingyour BuggiesWaggonettes, etc.; repaired as the Summer is coming on w here you can save :10 PER- CENT. On Every Description of New Work and Repairs. J. H. STOCKTON, GENERAL COACHBUILDER. 14 Napoleon street, and 12 Little Wel lington street...

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ECHOES HEARD BY THE MAN IN THE STREET. THE REV. S. C. KENT [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

PL TFAOR PULPIT, THE MAN IN THE STREET. THE.REW S.. C. KENT PREACHs, iun -4the- Vic0riaT Parade Congregational Chaurch and though an: excellent man, does not commaqd a' large eong~egatien doubtless owigg to the prevalence in-Melbourne of the more sensational type 'of preachers, who un fortnaitely' :secure. more support.-for: thiere is supportiinia1rpge congfegatien in other senses than a finaucialo-e,?than; ,do men of silent, sterling worth. Mr.. Kent is:a :man of superior, ;ntelligen?q, and hs's a quiet, expressive method. of placing his remarks before hiscoogreg;a tion, nd' making them feiel that he isit least earnest in his enideavor` to place before them as lucidly as poss B la his opinions' upon the questions that.touch .matters' of :ital interest to humaniyt.y 'the ef?fiirts"of sl'. i i:h i?ai ain'e wortlhfy recogniticn and his opmipntisi cosiler tion.; I say..this, .is:law. phraseology, without prejudioe, for as I make, pwar: in these articles on-creeds or faitbse on 'eliefs ...

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WORDS WISE AND OTHERWISE. Suggested by one thing and another but especially the best. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

WORDS JVl!ISE. AN D. OTHESi Suggested by one titog `ad another but especirliy the heat. Fy tY 91 wrga inkled and Its' and'io in'it Jday -hir no*<withered featu5e5,,infltItOlust freaheess df tieir ~yut~ i~bmvh :ii p~i~ie -i~sn~: e y~oung v "In, s.eTo Tfl1a rnit sýbreait, ensatirons at' niocrinn as anyi i ttýif1u"iiý Ong ma:den 01 nitee give birth-to. ~:-: >:I In cS-jaf¶ea~ tti~ afconnten ances ieseui!i each o 1er intall minor nesses nnd h ezoriiei3 *he nin04is-s xkn'i tipre=sesl t y a - ' ·0ot iv a at moaotun Ionsonegi~0Oi having to sit out a dr-i486i's¶krmon by a ftb umprofit ,W`i~~te.Isl 32~~d ~ Some roads are so long, so straight, so apparently interminable that they in stinctively remind us with a shudder of those dreams of our childhood, in which we imagined that tasks were allotted to as, to learn which eternity itself would be too :short, and we awake horror stricken with the thought that a never ending struggle with a'burden too heavy :to be .borne has been. imp...

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KHOUNG-FOU-TSEU AND MENG-TSEU. OR CONFUCIUS AND MENCIUS. SECOND ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

KIIO.ING.-FOFU-TSEU AND M1ENG-TSE U. CONFUOIUS AND IELTVCTUS. BY E. A. SAMSON. SECOND. ARTICLE. w Tnr; ideas..contained in the :CHOU KING ("the most exceellent of books ") .on :the Supreme- Being (or Divine pssence); aud on the beneficent influence cýhilr the al-knhoiving constantly and uiremittingly exercises over all mun dane affairdr. are -distinguished by the purest anl:thebheilthiest philbsophy, It. is to be j-eiarke.d in' themm epecially that thejyilivariably. assume the direct intervention of Reason, (the chief attri burteoqf the Supreme Being) -in every possible relation between the governed ~and tieir rulers, and'it is further wortliy of special note, that this intervention is -always in favor of- the :governsel that -is to + say of the -masses of the people' themnelves.' 'The- exercise of the governing power, .svhich 'i these modern times is more refrequently than otir simply. the. sacrificing of the many for' the ben-fit of the few. is defined in the CIHOU-KING as'beino t...

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MEETING AT THE FORESTER'S HALL [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

JfEETING AT TIlE FORESTER'S HALL On Monday evening last a meeting, called by advertisement in the metropolitan. paper, was.held in the. above ball, which was crowded to excesss.great numbers being unable to obtain ialmission. The meeting was called "to consider tile position of the peoples' MIinistry." and in response to in vitation the sitting members for Colling wood attended to expound their views on the crisis. His Worship, the Mayor of Collingiwood occupied the chair, introducing the sultjeet by a few appropriate remarks, and further sta'ing, that if the opinion ex-. pressed by the representatives of Collinw wood did not accord with his views, he would himself become a candidate for a seat. lie, Ithought a dissolution of the Assenm.ly was unnecessary, and it would inflict :ulhardship upon the present House to be again sent to the country. It means: an increase of taxation, and the people had to pay the -taxes. He would not say who was right or who was wrong, but simply. remark ...

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COUNCILS. TOWN OF FITZROY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

COUNCILS. TOWN OF FIT'Z::OY. Fa1DAY, JASL'ARY SrTa. Present: the Mayor (Cr. Shower-) in the chair, Crs. Evans. Ewing, Lyons, Cunning ham, lleMahon, Woodhead, and Tucker. CORIESPONDENCE From Barry Testimonial Committee. The communication, a similar one to which has already been published, was simply re ceived. The Council was informed that the Minis ter of Justice had no means of satisfying a claim for cab hire, incurred by Licensing Magistrates in visiting the Pablic Houses. Cr. Lyons moved. and Cr. Evans seconded that the Minister of Justice should be in formed that the Council would pay the amount .£3, but would deduct it from the. per cent. usu'a'ly forwarded to the Govern ment. Carried. Cr. Ewing thought that £3 was an ex horbitant charge. Cr. Lyons said it took days to do the work, as they had had to visit the various hotels. Cr. Cunningham interjected that it would take him a week. Con. Sparling wanted to know if the stand used by the Bus' Company was a duly appointed hackney ...

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COLLINGWOOD.—FRIDAY, JAN. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 19 January 1878

SCULLIN WOOD.-FBIDAy, JAN. 1i. Before.tes=rs. Langriidgoe, MP., (Chair mnan). 'Berry,'W. Kidney, Talker, Bowzing, .'ettleton,.Levens, and Eades. - Devine- v. Page and Govan--claim--fo. SSs 4d, 'hblance of account for breaking 'netsL . Verdict for amount and'5s costs. •Neil r." Wolfenden-adjourned case- of ?cloim for-.£8: value of a horse sold.' After S-a long examinaton the case was dismiissed: .Carne v. Brown-unlawfully opening -footpath without petmnision. Fined £'? "with .£3 3s costs. Fine to be redriced to.ls -if the work- be done to satisfaction of sur veyor. Edwards v. Hailes-plaintiffs husband Shadt become security for the defeindant and :her -istter. Edwards had to pay the balance of L1 S3 to one Levy. - Be recovered £l from defendant, and on applying. for the balance of 8s was assaulted. Fined Ss and 5s costs. The Inspector summoned three persons aniaed're pectively, Sexton. Saddlier, and l3'Curtney, for havin. overflhwing cesspans. They were each fined in the sum of 10s an...

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