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OUR STORY TELLER. THE AFGHAN'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

SOUR STORY' TELLER. THE AFOHAN'S REVIENGE. The owner's nalno would dnnhtleoa be In Ssidoe' ero lould thinlt of opning it, tihe .Imk opened of itscllf, whre o alenf w? tunlled d eown' ad where I taw--ty owl lnle, writteen'more thnn nonc, with onother nddcd S' thereto: 'lMabeol Clinton.'-' lirs,. lobert Clinton.' 1 . " trembled with asdonishnent and joy. Sihe lla| Inetn wondering o imhv the otnmtoe wontld look written, dll twrittte it one, itt Iher own hnd, witth whicit notesl of ilvita. tioe had nideo mo perfectly fimilier. 1 heanl the hIl'tiof rolcrs in theo nest rooem the sotnds of olonghtr nod the crtsh of the Sbanid oin the autetcltm mer h) yond, as one 1n a dreame, for the discovecry now madeo was . rather a lewilderlirngoe. S Theat lhald ao place in ter tenrt, thit .. tl was teem than inteclsted in oe, nle, t.'* that sitoe linkedl the lie of::a o with hersoif 'I weold not daohint .:,espite heIr oeeaoiotnn eoldaes notil noqecttele s with otitoos; Itt i': ow waerl to a0e tihe leo...

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COLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 14th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Eade, Barnet and Wm. Kidney, J's P.) INSULTING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

COLI.NOWOOD COURT. Tcr.n'Av, Mhoorr e ltth. (Blefor tile Mayor, Rmd Mr~e9rs. .adl l?ar-. neot lndl Wl . Kidney, J's P.) i sULTIS( I L? .tNilL.\n . A yoeeg womoaan Ionae) Steele was charg ea with making use of htselting lagngage with hntent to provoke r breach otthe peace. After hearing the oridoece of thro writ 0n0osea, thle Io1nch fh0ed1 thle dlfcflanit ie. with Is. costs, or in default 24 hours impri. soocnet. AolnlI named Frederick latity wa prose cullted by hi father, 'rLhomlin Iftty, for similar offeace. ibhtty eonior, is a ocklnith, aml it woull appear that lhe lul s lircarns. A pistlo had cleen left at hlis ohop for relairts whi the prison r t npro rinthd. Thie pro. acstor told h1n1 to derliver it up, And then follorwed the fanguogc coplanilld of, whichl wos ary thing het rcspectfll. Tile belnclh inflicted o fine of 20s., witl tloe option of re. vn ladys incarceratill. Mrs. Pettyford prosecuted her rei-hbor. Mrs. fllako, for a sillilar olrence. M Ir. Thyois appeared for the p...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 15th. (Before Messrs. Pigden and Lewis J's. P.) A MODEL HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

S CARL'UON .COURT. U' War~eatuv. Mmu-1 litth. (llefore lnioro. Pigdall nol Lewil .!a. 1.) Jmes Alfredr Poll wo browought o plaged with boelg throottoed to tokao the lio ol his wife; Clara loll, who now sought to havo iher l .lmn d 'tlwbond over to keep the pe00e. Comnpllinant loposcdl tlLhat har hn awll, h ailllphplg clerk, inil roeccldl his solary on til liet tlny o ol el l |ch Ile sent e tlhe Sionluy In dirlk nld wictllriuted liotlllhg to. Snnllll the n pp ort of Ills fllally. \'itilles elpt n Iulldng hueIoall bll|y tha illInellns ionllohd for hlrsell ilol slllily. the lo. afoilliiat onlwtielnlly olloycll the booanlere, i oell on eoIvIl ocieulO lie Ilhll dliwlliOn of Ithrea ialli Ie llglling toWOld ,ItIeM. 011n Tll'eday Ilth inst. h took t lego klnife, slhrlellnl, t onIl thel ullt IDt lip lla sleave at tloe l mne thee sylilg to alitneeo "t 'll i innlrdryon yo w hane only lih le inwmlteo to re.h' Witllsa wrm l In dread of hler life nilitoyl oo piroctionl. Nllrh Poll, dluglter of ti...

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THE GREENOUGH BIGAMY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

THE GOE?NONUUOIG I(IAIAMY CASE. The adjourned case of the polico rv. WVil; liam Greeoouglh, for bigamy, caime before the Fitzroy cort 0o Tlaursday. Mr. ras'toe P1. M., thl Mayor, noi alesoste. Showe I Thomas Kidney, amd' Womlheld preosiing. Tihe onso waseo Iomictiold by saoeir detoetioe Dalcan for the prosctioo, lml Mcssrs. (ill. lott and Liyons for the dofelce. The doposi tions takenoat Albtry, N. S. \., al at this court on thie Otdi lst., hariag been read, Dto. tejltro Dioca sahl? Ito was prepared witht up eboaonltary evidence if the bItleh rtcluir Ed itL. Mr. Puton t ahl that fartheor cl lonee w oas oncsalry. Mr. (iltottnoidn that in tie first Inoae Io rished to refer to what took plalco at this coart oc the Oth inst. weatt ,Mr. MlcKan who then apie?eolrol for tle presenoation, coatemledI tlat tle duty of the magistratcls ws ptrely prcfuatory.I TtIsi he (Mr. Oillott) totally dentid ; theoir I wortships oearly lid jurisdiiteon, both judit citl o lat ministerial, and unless they we...

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COLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 14th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Eade, Barnet and Wm. Kidney, J's P.) INSULTING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

GCOLINGWOOD COURIT. TUeDoar, MIancl 14th: , (Before the Mayor, aol Messrs. lade, Bar net andi Wm. Kidney, J's P.) INSULTcINc I1ANuAnE. - A yonog woman named Steele was charg edlwith making use of insulting language t with intent to provoke i breach othe peace. After hearing the evidence of three wit icsses, the bench' filed the defendant 5is. with Is. costs, or in default 24 houears impri- I sonment. A lad named Frederick Iatty was prose- I cotcd hy his father, Thomas Iatty, for a similar offence. Batty senior, is a locksmith, anld it wonld appear that hle mends firearms. A pistol had beel left-at Ihis shop for repairs which the prisoner appropriatcl. The pro secutor told himn to deliver it up, and then followed the lIngange comltplained of, . wich was, any thing but rCspcCtfol. Tihe benhch inlllicted a fine of 20s., with the option of se- 1 yen days incarceration. - Mrs. P'ettyforl proseclted her neighbor, I Mrs. Blake, for a similar offence. Mr. Lyons appeared for the prosecution'...

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NOONDAY MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

NOONDAY MUSINGS. Br J avs?us. I notice by the dally journals that coin plaints ore being made against Judge Skin nor, of incivility, or somethling worse, on tooeting for his son, the barrister. Now our judges are very well paid ; they ar not as a role worked hanrCer than ordinary lodirid lals, and their salary is folly equal to the work, so tha at tho least we can expect from thdm is an efficient discharge of their duties. One of the muot important deoideratlmls in a judge, is upright fairness and perfect im partiality to all. who coome before him, no matter whnt position they occauy, prosecu tor, prosecuted, or pleader. 'othing less than this will satisfy the sense of jstict which is the grand eharceteristle of the British people everywhere. Oy r eourts of law mset be free from the suspicion of fi voritisam, and I trust tilt to one will be per mitt l to retaini power after Ibein proved gsilty of partiality and prejudice. Talking, or rather writing, of libels reminds me that i\r. D....

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

THE STAGE. TIIHEATRE IOYAL. Mir. Grattan Riggs tcrminated his season j at the Theatre Royal on Satunlay last, when a licefit nas tendered to him. An original 1 Irishldramn, "Cushls Machree," was pro- t duced on this occasion. The play is in t three acts and the anthor succeeded in mak- ( ing it fairly interesting. It claims the sym pathies of the aodience, biecausnne it depicts I the struggle of an innocent and wrongly convicted man 'through the villainy of t another. Furlolgh O'Hanlon, the ruffian of the dreima, loving Norah Rogan, who is the affianced wife of Hyacinthl O'Neill, is detcrmined to rid himself of his rival he I ires an assassin to kill O'Neill's ncle, and charges the nephew with the horrid deed. Tie innocent man is impisioprsoned ad evidcence being very strong against him. he, with the aid of Larry Doolaa, his faithful retainer, makes his escape disguised as a priest. He I flees from his native country, but returns attracted thither by his love. HIe arrives when Nornh...

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CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

CRICKET. oIATCIFo rLAYXI. LmAO Ser DAY. The match Lorne v. Fitzroy 2nd, reanltled in a ?i for the former. The scoresa were Loree 61, Fitzroy 53.. Iraly 13, Lonrd 14, McCulloch 9, mod,riotriehe 9, .were the highest scorers for the Lorne; Stiles 17, cad Robertson 13, were the highest ,rorers for Fitzroy. BIatchelor and Lord bowled well for the Lorne, the former taking 4 for 30, the latter 5 for S. Rainbow v. Oxford-strcet Jnniors, re sooltcd in a victory for the former by 2 lrns. PRainbow 10S, Oxford SO. Finlay and Mlil ler battrd uecll for the winnero. .MATCIIES FOR THIS DAY. Lone v. Carlton Stndardl. Lorne team Arabnlans, Batchelor, Cody, Howden, Loughnoa, Lonn, Lord, McCulloch, Pratt, Pietriche, and Vauglhn. Emergencies, Wymond and Rodson. Clifton v. St. Luke's. On the ground of the latter. Clifton team-Ashby (2), Angel, Walker, Kit-ton, a aughton, Silthlorpe, Crofts, Rellet, Goodridge, and McKirdy. mergenoocies picked on the field. Rainbohow 2d v. Clarence. At Darling Gardens. RIa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

BPLOIAL ComW". - IsoesUsi 0' a 5rmos5sa. EDWARD t, A I:IlOI?I AND CO., 230, IIBRUNSWICK S'TREET, FITZROY, AV' the I nnermntioned propcrtios and hudsnesose for sale, on easy tetrn. Fitzroy, HlsLr.dreso rs and 'l'obnccoilt Baioodness, es tobliehl 13 yeanrs. low ront. good trade. Twolsturey brick house, 4, renons d kitchCn, £210, lIntel, 13 rooms, ltigolg £2350. - Two shops & dwellings, :O Iby 65tL, £1100. Land, lruneswick.tetret, 10) by.0Lft., £0pgr toot. Stone lIouso, Nicholson.street, flvoe rmoo, stable, 331ft. by 1321t., £300. Orocery wood alnl cool binealca, rent, 12s., stock at vldotioue. (Oo trode. Two two.stoy houses, Illcony and veornn cldah, (Oreeco-tLret, £1100. 1: Foerrooneln houses and land, In George aml Charles-streetls, price £050. I Land in Bellalreot, £10 si. per foot. Fally liotel, l5 roas, billinnld table, d ltabcln,,lnt £, 0,ivn yeasr' Iease. bo. loeus a ?tlhnd, six robm, Gore.strcet 2 by 130 feet, £000. unmg oottage, 4 rooms, 17 by 104i1t. £20. r North FIt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

' :,AMERICAN BAKERY. '. JAMES S IHAN;N.ON, Fancy Bread and BiBt?uitnBkor, Pistry Cook, C0onfecttionr, &o., u 180, q1WIt 6 wi K:TRET ; (Opposit n?runo wlok, Jotel.) I • rEDDINIQ ?AKE8 o1,thio llost qomlity alws.on. haiiod, or ?pccwlly nado to onlor Vy at thio saortot noti(eo.r (tie our lxpliM y' olloi sitilIg caks a trial, also ool nio no onno and apple pies and tarts, ilwhliho nr r lado daily One trial will prove CASTLE )OONINGrTON IOTEL. '(LTE 0DDFELLOW?S) CORNER BRUNSWICK & WEBB 8REEPTS, FITZROY. 1 ". i,' Threo mluites from Exhibition. Now'held 'byN."GRANT, late of BALLARAT.: ,F.I.ECT ACCOIIMOPIATION for lJOARDER8 eoitrrltoees To,,s strictly mooloroi 'Glen OF1it Blendl of Ilghelani Wiisky, spotnlly Imported. "Also tho bot brand.. of F nol Brandeoao i ' . , ., M'Oracken's Sparkling Al6 :lways in stock.'' r : r Spencr an. Bnnaswliokstircot 'bLuse to mll, fromi North Fitzroy pass? the door, Qery fire minutes, If "Youwant a God' Hat, at a "risonable Pibo, g'o to r wo I...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 16th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Woodhead, Showers, T. Kidney, J's.P.) CASE REMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

TunstrtLi , Mltnc!n Ilth. (Ikforo tie Mayor, and Mosrs. Woa\.lletd, Shlowers, T. IKidnoy, J'o.P.) lMr. )David (uaooaln, olliCitor for Daniel on thie olllm bll II before, as the proceutor wvna still nnable to opprcr. Thist woosgreoed udl tohe cse was roodod lllclfor leetall lys. WILI'I. ltMAI.UE TIt I'ItIPKIITY. fM1aogn Sl? rotrol wao eolryErd with wit. fully ioio thle I ioperty of his father-in tl', Mr. Ilforym I.iodhon, If M.oor-strect, titrov,. Aitor Ih .ih.g thie evidenco of tio o oorplanhmlt t?l.c,,tl, wilwcrc. tho ]loch ined rthe Iledlhillt !, witih LG-I dogile. Iler' Mar. rIlv.t, 'P.M., took l teto cllir oand tie oo lt I icol?rltttio hIr tlho case of lt t?l',lico '. \ ilimi tUronoollgh for ti )if-olay. [ii?'wl+,i.t Ilf thl case will he found After an li.llllnnent the court-ngati oprenl at ilowilty lintocl to 1 nu oMclolc, th osalto :n?iatrnt h laki ttheir sentr on Itio l ]kinloi. S KrY.I'.SI .I tl tI1tdOWnLY lO'?i5. M ?or}lt.t Leylcn woo l?lrged with beoing tlhe keeper of n hl...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

thir c larval)" ill ollltic fallen. Net long .glumt vn .mention even of thi f ntke, hwv-r, that the Sydney eept lee ellll!inw fhlr n tiret icias ilert i t ,tt ich hle is' to lie tlhe centra nltti? thlll. I -thc i Ic \ evrcy succyi€, eilcy lw S that Sir tiHery is lenotlti rail, Ilo is il Slikely t meet willh much trubleo. I he 'iccedllt ii colvecretiig the Sy'ieey folks, I lall beo ?Ind to lelr ofi it, sI wrill tllheil ie Tlrce thatio teiltlrellut i l etsti. It ?sitmll Ioweer, a thlcr lihle steLlitg a einh en Sir lelry, nlll tnhkillngen aoientase of lri ahn icem It is e crhtallly stiege that thie ure i- oters of thele mneting shoul enat ntil the S rellierglt ot olf tle wriy llefolre inhtillg the celelltllloin of i rva inylntlc?l to ar llouill this principles for their Ilcnclit. I Ili'Lt thck, thouglh, itwilt clie lmeluch dflercice. 'llo pleple of Ncw Souithl \\Ynlcl r n finillyl wdtlellll to tlheiir iscal y)ltelltt n? aWe are to " r?cnild it will tlle nthellillg illiroe thnca s' tttn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

BPiEOIAL ADVERTISiBIENT. S IN 1AIRLiAMENT H ,rsloos 1S82, • a *T11 . aInL10URNIH TRIAMWAY AND OMNIBUS COMPANY'8 BILL." OTIC1C IS IillYll1Y (IIVEN tlht npi. plinational inlulrlle to bo Ino Illea tlhe ensulig Scoalon of tile Pnrltllnent of Vie. torin for lenvo to flring if a Itill to onathr. iwT" the Melbouran Tramway and Oiiiul. bus Company (Ihutlilod)" to Iny daown con. atnrut nad tolollatniool or nny of thoe Tom wn0y and Ibrn?ohes thorefromitn IerolfterB nlntlfolndc (nll ti tlhCoountyl of ollorke) that Is to ny:- (t). Tim NORTlTEris LIrq. SNo. . A 'Trnmlwn emtn llll e iaog Siell. crratrrct Il the City of MuelbCoullle, djacent to tloe Sponcarttret Stntion of the Victorian ltnilways, procedll in o longl SI I . I cor.stroot, Collilm-trert Ellabolilt.ectlrot, Bourkc.sltrt, o pring.ltroet, Evrly.l-tret, Allertsttrcct, (aoslonio-strc0t, Victorna-pnr. r withlcotlchinersatroet, n thlo Citlie of Mtlel oruo tro n Fl'troyi ntilthte 'naisltcs ol Nort Mtelbouono nd.l ikflikno or ouo of (llie0. ...

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THE STAGE[?] THEATRE ROYA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

te Te S G STLG toovlloAtrlaE lo Ago M\rr. rattan Riggs tennintt at the Thc1tre Royal oil Satro a benefit was tendered to him. Irish dann, "Cnshla lnMachree, dueced on this occasion. The I, three ncts antd tle ealithr acccdeool ig it o airly interoestig. It claims tli pnthles of the audience, because it the straul1 of ala t ianocenlt ndl r lte nothellr. Fary llo O'lnl, ithful rlainr, of the dream, lowavi Norah Ro gat, who Is the lliaced o f ya thrryi O'e herill, is determined to rid Ihimself of his rivtl ; he hireos n o assin to o kill O'eMr.ill's ascl, arry charges the nopetoa with thie horrid dead. being very atrong against him. he, with the aud of Ltrry Doolan, his faithful retainer, imakes his escape disguisedlo s ar priest. tlo fcies tromt his nataie country, buot rcotans- ttrato tlthoer by his love Mr. lie rrivesto wheoa Nrle reli, clag Ilcr lover deaNd, is it lothe act ato marryioas OIlnllon to osve her fatltr roots toin ad llmisery. Tile mar riho Is tauso Ippily frastratn, an...

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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 — 18 March 1882

TUr SATIFITGT. It lt-i- "' ' o i s I s re ?h~ : d , l i u.e s -t-u s! si is s irr . tes:di ithsstout h tit iswctre' Iseol or it its's 'Would that some jower thie giftlc i clus to sec o-?- i as or?len Lee ' s,' rnl:J tile post I3urnsi. and l] Iele repnduce his Esnti ment. \~\'sat vanity wenotie eversywhere. Tl:e 1.'"us ofei eli, thie wealthy inobl , the ~self-a sti-t svi il!ge autocrat, tseslemagiogeie, nnrl fbhe r?;,'CflO clothedl w(ith R- few- lie ms is 5rief uthmi:yot and selittr with a ast otsncsptious of his importnice, flit cantsint all" in frost of smy iae. They oft create a L smoe. ai:d al .e na foeod for at e nos entsat mor--li? is, -il tIes thesr fode fIrosi the iiimor. 1ot without istlluene, Ihowever, ' is thei ie.stample tihey rerve as a owarmnig to otheis', who may ale'o sIo tempted to make simihar egrSgios ases oef tiem~lr els . \Who ntiogs-t osi rysader scssnot rick out s dites istlitotltat to sliest siy remarks will apply? slht tpause, dcr rcader first pick the asi ou...

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THE GREENOUGH BIGAMY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

THE GREENOUGIK ]3IGAIMY' CASE. The adjourned case of the police v. Wil Bain Greehough. for ,igaly, easto before tile Fitzroy court on Thurslay. Mr. PanLton 1. ?I., thle Mayor, and Messrs.. Showers Thonias Kidney, and Woodhead presiding. Tihe ase was conductcdl Iy senior dctotive Dmucanfor the prosecution, and Messrt. Gil lott and Lyons for the defence. The deposi tion; taken at Albury, N. S. W., and at this court on the 9th inst., having been read, De tective Duncan said, he was prepared with snpplementary evidence if tite bench rdquir ed it. " IMr. 1'anton said that furthe eorvi deuce was unnecessary. Mr. Gillott said that in the first place. he wished to refer to what took place at this court on the 9tlh inst. when .Mr. McKean who then appeared for the psoseceation, contended thl thathe ditv of the magistrates was pnr~ily. prefndstory. This, he (Mr. Gillott) totally denied ; their ?orships clearly had jurisdiction, bothjudi. cial and mhnistecral, aud s nless theny:were of opinion ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

SPECIAL ADVE TISESENT. at I.iN 1 ARLIAM ENT ? osltox 1852, ' TIE II ELtOURNE TRAI\WAY AND OMNIBUS COM3PANYBS BILL" tl "\TOTICE IS ItEREBtY GI( VEN that p- F plination is inteinded to Ibe aode n the ensaing Session of the Parliament of Vie- 1 totra for I-nve to hrng in a ]ill to nauthor- to izn . ['the'Mtelltoono Tramwanny ola Oani- ti Ibus Cotmpany (Limited)" to lay downoa cotn st t nodal maintain all or any of the Tramn wnys andl IBranhea therefrom hereinafter 1 meotioned (all in the County of ItBorke) that ( is to say: (a). TiHE iNORTTIIEitt Ltsat. a No. I. ATrantwaycooomoenciaoin Spst* cero-trt-t in the City of Melbot rno, adjacent 4 to the Spencer-street Station of the Victorian Railways, procceding thence along Spen cer-street, Collins-street, .lilzabatl-street, tBourke-strcot, Sprntg.atreet, Erelyan-strect, Alltcrt-street, (tibohont-atrect, Victoria-pnr trle, Brunswick-strect, lnarker-stret, ant St. Oeorge:a-rolad, and tcrminoatitlg in St. q George's-rooa, at or near its intre...

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OUR STORY TELLER. THE AFGHAN'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

OUR STORY TELLER. TIlE .tFr:HL1" IlEV1NctGE. The ow r nae oi ii w"oulh ,loultle.s le in •itde: tIe I cohl tlhin!i of onoilog it, the Ihubk olec.I of itfelf. teo itd was fi turnol do, n. onut wihero J .aiw--iny oWn I e, writtt',t m,,r. than ,,une. witith ather acittio thererto : l:tabel Clilton.'-' hM'. liolbrt C;intti." "' I trcmllkd with oatooishmont ind jcy. Sh o ha li, woiultring how the name woul, l?ok, written, a.o wrilte it wasr. in her uwn hbmil, with which notco of invitt-. - tion lhad tuote n t Ifrctly familiar. 1 lhead tt e humo of voiceo in the next rouma tihe soltnds of- c-.'?"T" anlltd tile cr-mIh of tile LUdl in the ant-chl.aolober Ileyonld, as one it a dream, for the di.ciory- now toallde ans iathler a l,ewildcritg one. " That I hbl a lhco i hIer lheart, that . the os loure thtun ilterouteo, in mte, lol that sihe liuktd tile idlra of le with he rclf. I woul nut ldoubt, dtopito her cciul coldnlhes and luctiica t with othetlr: but ihow wa I to tuse ti towlue twled o stt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

SPEICIAL COLU?N. funi-iiioir ii t -? ". aerno. -lk EDWARD LANOGIOISNE AND CO., AUCTIOXE ERS. 236, BRUNSWICK STREET, FITZROY, SAVE thie undermentioned properties ] and businesses for sale, on easy to?ns. ýrjuir t~rcxecrsalicobdeonut Bnnobss B n en 1'tnlliLhed-I.'ecar.J. Low rent, good trende. , £Tw-ostorey, bDuck'lut?c;, roomsand kitchen, J,.ad, . st: wi.strct 10 00 ,f £_'0 r -foot. . " Stone foln/naIisiieon-treet,(fio rooiits, stab le ,' . ft . b 3 .- 3ft 3 .,: 5 0 0 . ' Cro cry.?w d atod coal ]sins, rent, 2.s., stock at ValhOtion. Goood tdc. j' ? Twonnto-storey house, balcony anudverun dabh (irec"c-street,??C10G. i Four-r?out:l houses .nd'land, in George and CharlI-t'etreets, prieo £90. , LaCd in ]ell.stret, d10s. per foot. i Fanmilyvlotcl, 13 room, billiard table, and stl"iui rent £f10five years lease. In House atl ind. six .roonms, Gore-street, 29 L; In13fect, £200.. _ Snugottage, 4 rooms, 1 by 104ft., £250. - Not Fitroy. Iloel dof'ii!d, St. Gedrgos-road, 33 by 10Gft. Brick cotIt...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 18 March 1882

S AMERICAN BAKERY. SJA ES.SiHANNON, Fancy Bread and Bisci Baker Pastry Cook, Confectioner, &c. , i, - : 130, BRUNSWICK .STREET, (Opposite Brunswick Hotel.) WT1EDDING C of the finnc qadlity aleays on Labi, or specilly made to orter, a " "t the shortest notice. Give our ix-penny and shilling, cake a trial; also our. large mince and apple pies and tnts, which are msade daily:, Ohtrial ria will prove CASTLE DONNINGOTON HOTEI.' (LATE ODDFELLOW'S) COR?KER BRUNSWICK & WEIIBB SEIIETS, FITZROY. Three minutes from Exhibition. . Now held by N. GRANT, late of BALLARAT.. "ELECT ACCOIMMODATION for BOARDERS and visitors. Tcerms strictly moderate. " Glen Grant Blend of Highland 11hidky,? specially imported. dAlso the best brands opfFrench Brandies. Fr'Cracken's Sparkling Ale always in stock. Spencer and Brunswick-street 'bnses to and froin North Fitzroy pass the tloor every ,'five minutes. U. A. O.. D. If You want a Good Hat, ata reasonable Price, go to: JEFFERIES, THE HATTER, H110 ...

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