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THURSDAY, MARCH 9th. (Before Messrs. Woodhead, Fogarty, Marsden, and Thomas Kidney, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

TizLrs?o\',lalll !Aiiith. (Before Messrs. WVoodhead, Fogarty, Mars den, and Thomas KIidney, Js.P.) DIRUNK AND I'I.VIIDSI?LY. Johle 31'Dosald ?as fieod as. or 24 holrs, and James Stewart and Johnl O'Keefe, dis charged for the above offence. Iery Raplhel and Jas. Redlfern were each fial eds. for leavrin olbtructions in the street at nilght witlhout a light attached. A uan name:o llmper rwts ordered to pay To. (dl. weekly int,o court for the imaiten alce of his childnl ie n the industrial school. Johln .'Leatl nll C:opllha wereo charged with steilling two ralk troul Ifsllllenstone' Ballat;t Tar te:l, anlll were setenced to three monthso ipri.-istet. Margarct Lede:l appeared on remand charged with ke'..ing, a disorderly house. Blridget Lev.lre, i :eareListuon, and - Fose werll, Wcrel ech:l:ed io ragraits. Oii the ap plteatioi of M!r. Lee,,s, for the defenee, the case wai rernluttl for seven days. Daniel Noo:t:,I, charged with assault, was furtler reimanle. for sevenL days. ]harto:e v. L...

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A CURIOUS CASE OF BIGAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

A CURIOUS CASE OF BIGAMY. A case of alleged bigamy of a very un usual characterinvolving some vecry intricate questions of law, came before the Fitzroy Court on Thursday, when arespectable look inog man, of about thirty years, was brought up on remand charged with having commit ted bigamy in marrying a woman named Letitia Anustrong, his formnner wife, Maor garet Sabina Gades, being still living. The marriage with Letitia Arnnitrong is alleged to have taken place at Albury in New South Wales, on the 7th day of December, 1880. the marriage eeremony being performed by the Revo. James HIenry, a minister of the Presbyterian Church. From what tran spired in Court it would appear that a few days previous the prisoner was arrested upon a warralt issued at Albuory, and signo? Iby Mr. George lannsell, a police magistrate of thle eolony of New South Wales, and tlhst the warrant was duly endorsed by the Chief Justice of this colony as required by law. M lr. ,M'ean appeared for thle proseeutios,...

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PROTECTION OF ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

PROTECTION OF ANIMALS. \'e publish the following abstract of th new protection of animals act for the infor P llation of our realers. Section l-lIakes tile Act l- of theo olie Offences Statue, and thus provides all the lmachinery for carrying it into effect. Section 2l-Forbids the attachment of a horse I drawing a vehicle to any other vehicle No ii two vehicles can ive the samlo drsver except when each is drawn by one horse only, and fi the driver lhas the reins of both horses in his Iauds. Thereins must be of sullicient legth 1 to avoid all erelty. 1 Section 3-Defines crueltyas "the intentional 3 infliction upon any animal of pain thait in its p kind, or its degree, or its object, or its 0ir cuostances is unreasonable." This brielly 3 stamps all infliction of pain as crOel, except s when it is necessuary for the loniit of the ii animal itself. Section 4-Prohibits all kinds of cruelty to fi animals. whetheractive or passive' and ren- .1 deL any person responsible who neglects to pre...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 7th. (Before The Mayor, and Messrs. Eade, Barnett, Peters, and Wm. Kidney, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

COLLINUYUOOD COURT. Tu.eAy, M.ua:at 7th. (Before The Mayor. nnd ,Meesrs. 1Fde. lar nett, Peters, and WnV. Kidney, ds.P.) Two girls, named respectively Mnria Cle ments, and Anne Coonan, together with three boys namced repeetivelylJohn Angleton, William ]lrownl and William ]latty, were charged with the above ofenee. The crvi dence of Constablles Mrphy and Davidson went to show that the two girls were mis aenducthig themselves in the public street between nine and ten o'clock on Saturday evening. The constable amrted the girle, whereupon the boys interfernl, one of them mayin, "we won't let our h?os go, if tl:ey are taken to le watchhos we will be taken also." The boys were then arrested and locked up. The Blench held the a=s to lbe proved, and fined Coonan and Angleton 20s., with the option of at m1onthl' imprison ment. The other prisoners were each itela 5s., with the alternative of 24 houes impri-. soluellt. Charles Morgan, who on several previous oc;asions made his appearance at th...

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CITY OF FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

CITY OF FITZROY. Tenders addressed to the Chairmanof the Public Works Committee will be received amtil 7 o'clock p.m., on Friday next 17th inst., for Cubing the intersection of Fitz ray and Westgarth-street. Plans and spec fications to be seen at the Town Hall. By order, JOHN B1. JONES, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Fitzroy, 10th March lS-.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

OF rT'EE T'?E.BOUITN'? SAVINGS BANK NOWV OPE-N AT CORNER OF ELCIN & LYCON STREETS. Office Hours- - - - - 10 till 3. Saturday - - - - - - 10 till 12, Saturday Evenings - - 7' till 9, The BANK is intended to benefit both Old and Young. Any Person can open an Account with ONE SHILLING. JOHN ALSOP, head Oflice. Market Street, Actuary. L' i1ýNMM ýýý ý ý H rvl.ý _,Y~r.. w~"...... .,.,Ln 1CO1'"!Dw-..r..ý_

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

tPEOIAi COLOUM . _ FDWARn D I LOtN, AND CO., 211, BRUNSWICK STREET, FITZROY, H AVK tLe undernontionedl properties alub lt boainems for sale, on easy tenr. ......... --- ......... --·---- ---- Fitaoty, HalrddressorsOnd Toalmcconlit Ilslusns, ea. tabllilid 5 yearn.. Low rrnt. good trade. Two-story brick houo, 4 roomls al kitchen, £210. Hotel, 13 nonoo, inoinog £2i0. Two lhiop d rwll fig., 30 by 6I3 ft., £1100. Land, Brultalck.streot, 19 by 00ft., £20 per foot Stone llouso, Nicholson-.trect, five rooms, ntable, blt. ,y l32ft., £M0. OG rory wooda a coal huoincs, rent, 12s., tock at a v tion. (lool tranc . Two twoastorey houses, balcony and veran; dah, Gtreoveotroet, £1106. Four.roonil Ihoses and aonl, In Georgo and Charles.stroctl, price £50M. Land In lell.slreet, £10 5rs. Wr foot. Family Hotel, 15 oons, billinnl table, and stablin. rent £150, fiveyearo ' lese. In. gotng £L100. IHooseo nll land, ixs rooms, Corestreet, 20 by 130 feet, £000, Snug cottage, 4 roomr, 17 by O1ft., £20. SNorth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

1·Is cp Drsl~l ib'~R iid'lIhh6lt Bakqr, Pasryl~ qosnlc aalnfctlsasr; &cl.rl ,, ,,ioo och~~br lar o ihb An p pe/o94r., ldi lromd iily. onk~a tinlk nl 5iid~4P~r: 4~~taa55 ~ ~lj' Inm~ila..~n~~l miii hT~hrn'nTioia romPI~flto bl*c" rbv Ni.N~.:QEA;NT, tate of ,oBnan 01Of 1n rant-ilO~ll of: J!lihland'ldirllky, 0epro~aly.;m raqfc! . . AI:,±ipo pat 5 woods M'O~~nl n ~dla. lcacksa'il GpaxkIag Ale1 · aiap iii stack.' .I;z fo Y~~j~~Q! &' elnbe Priced go t~ · I (LII 0)E~~OI Ii' '8~I.'T '5 1.1. R,,i:( OPEl~ll'l ~i!l:l I '1I G TO-DAY'l~ SATU DAYII1 ' B"" ,·r iia rDl·! ~~fll!l:·o i· DAVIES& STEE ,A.2 olZYii i~ ~ oaII! C· I~i I~la I, ii! CHRIS LMASp HOl~'l·SPIDAYS ,:: Fam.,POify~.GrocYqr Wiu~inFI- al~in~~r- it;srhan 11 120,IiP.UNSICK~~~lk STBIE) , FITZROY S·. .. 'for.o. d,,xirr.I~L~r : I T l5 I 5) ig o5alotltlusoo, odtapl agomfySo i inJ:t~ -.ciofalo m o rlaarf, ln fsnfolir·l f'i r o .lt Golif odCoolleaa nrr.~Amcofoloooo ioaaf o l id ,:.. .: ··~II) .·: ,AOTl~UN\ ItR( ,aLA FlIJ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

T- E WONiDEIIFUL W ERTIIEL SE WING -MACHINES. nIrPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS. It is impo?o?sil, utterly in pomoilbl, tilhat a ady cat stitch so finely, amnd delicately, and ecaurately by hand as sihe can by th Wondler fil Wertheilm 3Machines. A momCnt'a examination of the work which anyone 'may performn with themn will convince her of that. \e will gire her No. 200 eottoo, anl he lnil Imakte with thno WEItTIIEII Fnmily ,Machine a:2 stitches to the inch, at the rate of 509 a minute. Eachl stitch will bi fanltless 1 accurate, anud in the precie o.place rwhee it win hitendcd to go. Very delicate iinatctial l, which" waoul rather cauler, by hat:liing. may be stitched itpon the Wert helm, without thie slightest marking or dia turl:ance. She may ren thread needle and -urt Ic with her own alir aoll embroider i-. itiatr on a camblric hanllkerchief. ita the other extreme, the iray uso the SAME WEI.TIIEI .cI Family ?raohioc with tine-cord thread (rused in iot-maknng), for s.'htg ocesiorally lnathe...

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IN PARLIAMENT SESSION 1882, "THE MELBOURNE TRAMWAY AND OMNIBUS COMPANY'S BILL." [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

IX L'ARLIAMiENTr :assno i 18S2, 'TillE M_.IIOi2,URXNI TRAML\AY AND OMNItlY.US CO.MP\I'ANY III.LL." OT2ICE S iElliY (:151:\ that ap. . t . plicati, n is intended to 1ie made in thie cnsuiog Scaion of toe l'arliament of Vic toria for leave to brine in a hill to authtor ize ' The Melbornme Tramway and Onmi her: Colmlply (Lititred)" to yayi diwn con n?tn tn an maitinti all or any of thle Trao twrvys and Bfranches therefrmo hereinaftcr mIltionetd (all in thl Conty of Bourke) that is to ny:- (a). Till: No?roTnriLn LINEs. No. 1. A Tramway ceotn:enc ing Spen cer-strect inlthe City of .heliuinrne, adjaoent to the Spocrtr-strret Station of the Viotorian Raitways, procereding thenoh naloig Spcn cer-etreet, Collins-street, Ilizabeth.street, Pourl:e-strert, Spring-street, Irvelyn-street, Alhct-.rtret, t:islorne-stret,; Vitoria-pnr. tad,, iirunsw-ic:.trect, JHarker-street, nnd St. lGeorest-ruadi, and ternminotiht, in :it. t-corot'-rlad, at or ncar ift iintolcection with '5,tolbtor-strcot, in the ...

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THE ASSAULT ON MR. POTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

THE ASSAULT ON MIR. POTTERY The Fitzroy Court was crowded on. Mon day during the hearing of the case of assault committed upon MrrPotter licensee ofthe?i-? tiooal Hotel, Brunswick-streecct, on the aighth of Saturday the `Mtlh of February. Five youths were charged with lavizg committed thie offence in compaoy; tley were named respectively Thomas Hlanson .Tobn Blair, Wet. Russell, Michael M['Kay,3 and George Keanney. Mr. Albert Rea?. conducted the prosecution, and Messrs. Gilt? low and Leonard appeared for tlie defence.: The witnesses haviag been ordered ot of court, iMr. Read opened his case at, eoiai derable length, and coneluded by' aking that depositions he taoken with a view totlhe prisoners being committed for trial. Messrs. Gillow and Leonard opposed tlhii on the ground that the offence charged was only a common assault. There was io life, in danger, cad there was no use in attecnipt in to make a mountaint out of a mole hill. ; 3Ir. Read said he was not surprised at the olbecti...

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NOONDAY MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

NOO1NDAY 1USXIN:S. ]r J.rvrr. '111 0taml, which th:e new Australian teatm of cricktetr s ha mae.l, against the Elngl:i?. Eleven, is a pleasant su:rprise to me as wetll a to many others. then] the tint wickeke were so napidly iowered, lnly hocs n?aln to .erl, ,lit. ilthas to 1ltnecr.nal ald l'l)one!ll, the coere 'as canric Ieevo:nd that of the EnCli-sh team, atd a cnviieto ulti mnatclv ecuraild ir 'our hoes.' The match is anothelcr instance of tlhe elorionl unIer? tainty of cricket, as with nahllt t all the rete tants cut for eiagle tiguree, the Australians still rcrtl a win. :oardsl of itquity and ain cis?iqls are plentiful at present. We have the Ford ceard, the Wrallis heard, the Skteele hrtl, the police saopelranllnation I?ntd, the sreops eolnnta-a io:,. the tarilf cnuntiioeion, the police coa:nnision, aind the education eammllssion. If onrt :ifi-f s ar not properly inttirted into, it is certainly not for lack of the opper ttllity. We slould tie a il;,happy al a p per oats petle,...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

"Thle Mynteric of Xew York," a new rensational drama hyMlr. (:rattnn Riggs, hmc its first prcentation in this city ?oeforc a large andiene. The play which is scnsa tional to anl unus:nl extent, conltalins nunl lors of effeitive tlmhouh roewhat dis -on nrett~l itnatioes: built ap of oluco'eomon 1nmtert.le. it is ,erertheler elcvrer:y co?o. stnrltedo, the plot bIl.' well oustain?l anl: carefully worked out to the elnd. A vort?g lady. naumed Blanche, niece of a rich hloker, is fcloniously oarriel ,off , a confidence rololl, ill ordler to obtain in soore o?o teri oos ma,-cr the fourtue to which the girl is heiress. She is snh.lcqej:tly recurel I Cartey, coachooan to Choks Page, the l]ck,''.s non, olho . afelyv rinrs her to her hule's home. Challes l'Pae is io love with Myra Ethridge. a clever advenrture.sc, c!:ose designs upon the young mroan:, moey. how ever, are internclohllbl I a itlal, an Italian l. lirth. Thle latter in vain attempts to kill his anutagonist in an ousui?g duel, thle...

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THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, IS2. OUR readers will almost, by this time, have recovered from the surprise occa sioned by thie attempt to assasinate her majesty the Queen, but we fancy it will be some time before the feeling of indig nation subsides. The aftlir has been so fully reported that it is unnecessary to dwell further on the particulars of the attempt, were is not to notice the ex pressions of loyalty which have been called forth. In every direction sym pathy has been freely shown towards the sovereign who has so long, and so beneficiently swayed the destinies of the vast Empire, of whlch this colony is a portion. In the cottage and in the palace alike,we find thesaiue setilments of esteem, love, and faithful loyalty, and the cowardly attack of the miscreant has given the British people, at home and in the depeldencies, another oppor tunity of proving their atfietion for their sovereign. This expressim is the more valuable when we co:eider the many attacks tha...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 6th. (Before Messrs. Raven, Robb, Marsden, and Woodhead, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENE. FITZROY COURT. ., MOosxA, MAnncl! 6th. (Before Messrs. Raven, Robb, Marsden, and Woodheadl, Js.P.) Joseph Jiuken, James Hall, Frederick M'Quillao, Samuel 31'Lynu, Patrick Mlr phy, Thomas Miller, Alexander Cooper, and ,foseph Cany, srem severally chargedl with the above offence. Miller, Cooper, and Curry were each fined 5s., with the option of 24 hours in gaol. The others were cea tioned and discharged. Catherine Smith, who had previously been before tlis Court on several occasions, was now charged with making uns of obscene laongua.e within the hearing of tile Ipudi. The celdence of Costable Westeott went to show that at half-past seven o'clock on Saturlay evening the prisoner wras behaving like a lmuatic in olhnston-street, and that a large crowd was collected around her. Wit. oess arrested her, whereepon prisoner resist. ed most violently. [cr twro ldaughter aesd a young man, whom witness supposed to be prisoner's son, enlleavoured to rescue pri soner, and in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

SPLCIAl. COLUMN. EDWARD ILANGHORNE AND CO., AUCTIONEERS, 236. BRUNSWICK STREET, FITZROY, IAVE the undernmentionedl propertie' S?and businesses for.sale, on t ts ,s. -tablishcil 15 ycars. Lowrent. good trad -Two-storey brick honse, 4 rooms and kitcbono £210. Hotel,-13 rooms, ingoig £20-. Two shops & dwellimgs 3.aosy_.6Mt,£lO?Lw. Lend, Brags ttiJlllttye l0t , Y per foot. Stone Houe,.icholson-strnot'five rooms, stable, 33ft. by 13ilft., £500.,, Grocery wood lmi coal business, rent, 12e., tock at nvaluation. Good trade. Two two storey houscs, baleaciy and vcran dal, Grccc-sttreet, £ll106.:". Four-roomed houses and land in George and Charles-streets price £9O30._A Land in Bclsotrect, £10 5s. per foot. -__Family Hotel, 15 oms, llr tl, d .iiiling. relual.fire yearalc? - . In House and lan'l six roonlsGoreastreet, 29 by 139 feet, £600. Snug cottageo,4 rooms, 17 byllOift., £250. North Fittroy. Block of land, St. George 's-roil, :3 by 10Gft. Brick cottage, 5 rooms, IS by ]'Oft.. 36o. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

:.. JA IE JII..0S SHANNON, ; K , " Fanc Brea and Biscuit Baker, Pastry Coo' Confectioner, &., 130, BRUNSWI'C STREET,'1 ' ..,.,".". . . . (Oppo?irtt B vu n sa ick H otel.-) - ,.. I'- ,,.·.,., '". . " . -'I DIG ACdMES of tih finest quaity7 always on dlyaod,'or spicially mandc'to orldr, aV " a the ashortest notice. Gid our rxpenny, ad shilling cakh.n a trial; also our ,theire vo ty an-.apple pies anutarta, uwhichare1, d daily. "9noo-tral ;wil prve CASTLE DONNINGTON HOTEL! . (LATE ODDFELLOW'S i , CORNER. BRUNSWICK & WEBB SREETS, FITZROY. Three minutes from Exhibition.: Now held by'N. GRANT, late of BALLARAT. SELECT ACCO3LMODATION for BOARDERS and -visitors. Terms strictly moderate. 7 "Glen Gront Blend of Biglland lWhisky, specially impolrted. :Also the best brands FrechBr racen's Sdeparkling. Ale always in to ': . .mSpo?er and Brunswick-street 'hbuses toand from North Fitzroy paso theodoor eery U. A. o. D. - If You want a Good.Hat; at a reasonable Price go to;: JEFFERIES...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 9th. (Before Messrs. Woodhead, Fogarty, Marsden, and Thomas Kidney, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

THURSDAY, MARCH 9th.     (Beforo Measr. Woodhlon, JF'ogarty, Mars-, den, nuod Tloonl? Kidney, .Tt..}f DeU, iaic AND lIOIIDISR IILY. Toht llDoonld nwas florl tis. or.t hlourn, alto Jaoles Stowart andl JoL O'Keofe, din lcharged for tile abovo offenc. Henry Raphael and Jas. Redfern were each fined 5s. for leaving obstructions in the street at night without a light attached. A mon natllol Urolll r wl 'ord ored to pay 7ia. 6o. weekly lto court lfor tholll nainten toco of llis cllhhl ido Iho ion lthletlttrl itnlool. lohln liLnotinalu C opllin wrnL olOhrged with stealigt twao ca.kt 1oo1 Ilfo lhtratoon's 1ifllarat'llovioo, it,oI wero collteloc to tlree mlonthls ilsprl mm lllclllt. Manrrer Lo?-Ll-on apparedl', on rolOooltif chargeldn wtlh lorclbitg i Ilisotferly houIse. lirligeot Loydtno, Ilorgtltlahtt0 oal -- Fose well, Wore cliarn,l no-i 1vtatl. -Oil thoO np plicltlola of ?It. It.ilyn, fat tilet dfeinc, tto aono wtns reotoiol"l, for sooi, lfnys Dintitil Noollil,'o...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 13th. (Before Messrs. Robb, Delbridge, and Woodhead J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COUIlT. Mol.rlY, M.oullCl 12:th. (llforo Messrs. Robbll, 1)elhridg, nd Woodhlen l J's.P. ) IMIIUNa AND nIllOLtlY.ItLY.y Thoinns Parr, Mlilenl .loyc, Wilintm Collins, .liko Ilorry, Thlothy Nooilnl, aol Alfredr (ianlgo, weros snorlly charged with hitving obei Irunk airl disorrlorly. 'orl', rmid Collins, were caitilonl andl discharged. Joyor. nlnl lerry, wneos itll inasl is. witl 2. 1,n. oxpansic, or ihldefult 2l hor?n thoa rislolloot. (Irangllo was remnolded for soea lays, to oalbl hlimII to e oller a re. cooery nold Nrooel asl iIledl 20s, witlh tl olptlon of vell days ilonroorattion. Ibrlwonl lorry ngole thirteen years, wiv irolght h pon remanll, ehanrgl wi bll ireakisg into thoe shop of lr. Cattanlh, a Iitoicor, rarryhlg oin lllliasc in llrnsswlik.1stree t. Sergaintltennio iLfornioil the looo.h that the police hanl lin oi nlllo to o irreat tihe other boy. T'lhe y elfore tlio cilrt wooldl eot give thao poteonl oily ifnrmiiltion. Til depositions akenl ti n...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

U IA1Y, MAl0CII 18, 188?. l i prenrlt season seems to;bo mulli t a n of tires. Scarcely a night p iot nt Ieuoto Olfl fon Oef nt Ithre have to ho clhronieled. r, tha variaus flreo brigades regularly Sto each oneo it will bo seen at tigln ua tlt their voluntary dlutlos on il no smll trouble, losa of time, and y work. Let anyone, who is irelin i to underetimnato the vanlo of ther lrigailes, and their muen, lunder tUbe rho work which they hahbitually rlrfoni, niol we think hits experince will soon c ln change in his oumnions. Not only is the hour, at whhloll their servics are generally required, most unreasonablle, but also the nature of their work is most disagreeable. They sed to the dangers of fire; to h e risk of falling tilmbers, and rickety buildings; to ickness from exposure and ccilentls, ind mniny other langlgr. They al as o geinral l, are thoroughly drenched, and frequently suffer loss, through danmgo to thulir clothing, tfhus in every way their state is most snplleasart, anRd...

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