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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 COURT. MosuAva, M?l.user 13th. (Before Messrs. Robb, :Delbridge, and \oodhead J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDiERL?LY. Thomas Parr, Micheat Joyce, William Collins, Luke Berry, Timothy Noonan, and Alfrd (iranoge, were severally charged with having been drenk met disorderly.: Parr, and Collins, were cautioned and discharged. Joyce. a?l Berry, were each fined Cis. with 2s. OsL expenses, or in default 24 hours im prisonment. Grange was remanded for cven dolys, to etable him to suffer a re covery anti Noonan was lined Os. witl the option of seven days incarcerntion. " TIE TO" IIOUSEnDKIL' . ER " Ed?lard Berry agedl thirtee yeare, was brought p on remand, charged with lreaking into the shop of Mr. Cattach, a butcher, carrying on busineess it B3runswick-street. Scrgeant Rennie informal the ]Bech that the police had been unalle to arrest the other hmy. The boy before the comrt would not give the police any information. The depositions taken on the 6th.inst. having been ...

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

As the various fire br des :regularly a glance that their olusetaems dutiesen tail no'small trouble. loss of time, and real hard work. L?t anyone, who is inclined to underestimate the. value of these brigades, and their iuen,!.utider take the work which they habitually perform, and we think his experience will soon cause a change in his opinons. Not only is the hour, at which their services are generally required, most unreasonable, but also., the nature of their work is most disagreeable. They are exposed to the dangers of fire; to the risk of falling timbers, and rickety. buildings; to sickness. from e'xposure I and accidents, and many other dangers. They also, as a general rule, - are thoroughly drenched, and frequently suffer loss, through damage to their clothing, thus in every way their state is most pnpleasant, and in too nmany cases they get little thanks, and, less credit, for their loss. When we re collect these facts it is surprising :that such bodies of men can be found,...

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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

CARLTON COURT. Wednesday, March 15th. (Before Messrs. Pigden and Lewis J's. P.) A MODEL HUSBAND.           James Alfred Pell was brought up charged   with having threatened to take the life of his wife, Clara Pell, who now sought to have her husband bound over to keep the peace. Complainant deposed that her husband was a shipping clerk, and received his salary on the first day of each month ; he spent the money in drink and contributed nothing to wards the support of his family. Witness kept a boarding house and by that means provided for herself and family. The de- fendant continually annoyed the boarders, and on several occasions he had made use of threatening language towards witness. On   Tuesday 14th inst. he took a large knife, sharpened it, and then put it up his sleeve, at the same time saying to witness " I'll murder you ! you have only five minutes to live.", Witness was in dread of ...

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THE WONDRRFUL WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

TI ivanttttri. WRRT?TIIIPI1M StWIN(O tMACIHINS. - IM I'OIITANT CONSIDRATIONS. C It in Impoeiiile, utterly Impossille, that a IAly Con itllc no fnaly, sei dolleately, anti ccurntely byhlil is she can bly the Wonder ful W'rthelm ?lacrhines. A merninte eainlnttlon of the work whlch anyone itnay perform withe tl will onlvince her of that. ZWe will give her No. 200 cotton, astl she shsll eI ake with the WTKTIIt1M (atitly lmlthlne 32 tllctches to tie nch, at the ratei of lIM a I ulnte. itlnc aelitllih willo ha) feitlles ly Iccurate, sail In the pre?te place where It we Intendted to go. 'Very delicate. nlateralt, which wouatd rather ttffer tAy hal0tlig, alny Ia etiteheil upon the Wert. Ihela, withmit tie slightest inarking or ll.. tutlnncce. "ith mey eait\ thread teedlo and shuttle Wilt her own helur linl embroletr itn tlAhI on a itcnbarrl hnntdkrclhlef, it tIle other extreme, she lmay ure tite SAMt WERTIMIl tIM Fintlly M?lcilnle with ine.r-con threead (used In Ihotnmtkngi), for Suaimlg e'...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 13th. (Before Messrs. Delbridge, Woodhead and Raven, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

POLIOE ' INTELLIGENE t. IFIT/IlOX CUI . " infr xr roy Ma'l n I?t:I h t'" ''la' (soorrlly'rlnra.m d iti, th\ anllan ollal'an Thley w Are enul linlll t. with, option of 2hoyurs n?enrcmtion. . : I ,; A colore llthl.lnlc.i uledu, 1 ]rudsolp HI,wo, W n llnrgh winth a honianr otcapca. n to w 1 'akost ot o nyar iad eO mlny ingcr, an ld y an lahl on the haotptappacently dhe l darvenk. rioAer illto the rnlaido, ulnd Ionillhl ln, one rhwtanna onrgn rltm a adnlaf ltman . t n prnan at thnl a'id H ot n In,'okel, r. After inig hll night In tlh w'ailhhn a, ha apprnd to .b stlli dal ldralk in tia r 'nlici , alld cotn. datll iarllle, fcanring.the IIIltli waan ill, hdni wlaen vIla wnanrdn ti .\ o n loi r t oalld a fIan aau n'onorairaiiksyaayla and tlalaTl to be s tllcaiilla ,iliaaltlllnnaial k t if thue prinoanr w'an ralllirgLto lay tiln rxlan-. as? iayto raply hing I n te nllirathelr, Ian w?,,ll~lschrgyr~l.l; t.,,' , . ,, ' , 'ilfrade 1,Laa arl anro ,?w an aouirt l Irlr rallanUd?l for sahe lladaa no...

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[?]ELLER. [?]EVENGE [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

in Taileries are. ied Swiss gulnnls and roavnlists brutally tiasincrtl; I w King del?od, aind, together with t his fanily, imllprisoned in the Temple, aid atrocities omultiply fearfully. Sep i tethher witnisses the lot ntland victory of 'Vanlynd the adnenttof the content tionl, which inllllditely iabolishel roy Atll. A repblhic is fornned ad n pro claucred, the Kinig inll?echiesl antl sell tenced to death, the execution takhing place oil Janluary 21st, 179l:1. France, however, traps lut little inace by the changee. War arries with Enulntl , Ifollatl nd dSlpain, and also tbnaks out in the \Veleel. In Juno the new land second constitution is prolnihtled. Roblospiereland his colleagues nsutlingh dietatoial lower. August brings thui sieget of Toulon. in which napalson hlonilsLrto rendlers hitself cosplicious, while October witnessesl the trinl nd a execution ol the beautiful qluaen arie lAntoinettet, of whose nrlare canrtla -Ed Sunlidl JIlrke writea so elaouently. Int lay, 1701, wce hav...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 21st. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Eade, Peters, Barnett and W. Kidney, J's.P.) KEMANDRD. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

* L COfLtN1VOWOOD COrtf. Tieorr.r·, 3f.irirrlr2st. (ieforeL tio 7ay101: nolal 7Brfar, t?ldc, 'Potefr, J.t' lre'?ctt?olrd,. ftid]oaey,J'a.|') : larslwaNDE. .. Cllarlea flrtowrn wa ro lht up in reatetdy ohorgerd "ithli c.rlly r ,tir irg rCetleerlfy Mllofilftorlo, a llulier fell yeas eofe.agu. The eer'eat of olico etatefl hat the grlf iwaos in t ohe M etllulrnloellpitaltuleringIfrotn Hthe iojris ae ti hd recr 'el, not w.4 toae ill to ttortld thae oolrt.: Uharn thle irclllll atiooe Iho tlohl to nlplytfr a rreloillll.t. •Thc le icl reioaiodlrf th Oiicatoeer for 7 *T fhoeloo footlilllled reaffoti?y (lcoafie o llsop elid Ihs, andll evilnceo was giVll ila tlaithnd ihot dollo alny'work for sono wcekI hllllit their lcarentc oulllt not get no oaol of tll.lll. olry raereo eel trentaced to thlreo m6tlll Simpilo o"- .re rulr Jorhn loulforoi. who opifrearert fi carit hir i?rlet f tlllry collitiiai, lrar chfrrgefo iitr naitirifnr olerlCra. * Tlio earilenro of irorlstalri Nolor Wierit to eliow tiol ...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

..." ' iv.i6$ ·j~o\i.i rcem ti. On Satfidhli?, idgbt, ."]t~( iakCsnr'?" 11Cornb· dyIol ofherr, ?"~~n die erod id t6- o. Lho roveded an nlI pnirti Though md of tlofi grsi'at Ft'ei h et' ahit epiiit pniilalrd 'tha g]?tiiadiilyarfro twl;n bi'otJaen, wiiaime tO, looi ieoii alikeal thtit' -tim. lil'usiaai ararroi'fei g ",thflereuirnao " .on jf:. p tilahel? i ,Tit t'da inoa the axnraoialiinry a acpihlndicd Iatshticl illu Itinihr? ieoliiuany aI' midr timu atci ihi saimieirtl between Jlsiranc Hllanfihi nil Iu, iiiaiiyied i hllppily ovcrica, nllll diihlleas. "The Tirnio, en aglbea lp ig L'hdlpa, iclnoda' acaiilaiition "als apoi tim p carin hlu'monr"toa tim noble' i uatry bfth grea?t wivter, M1"rs' l. (. iolfdwnyyppra. aallted" Antlhiiolnciifa d lepiaesu,'diaa' ilie. Cianrins lvdidiinytdaki tha aiiretnl thiiteeiia arotnacri'on mirelaimL Thin d,.lp llg i i I2 OIPer/LIICedI hands4 sparkleld w1/tl: I .'it" 1) iinma yacmlenlm imimaliienmirlt oii"iin ti tmlnnmnia p aipenrna o?eniclleat niii tlin r...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22nd. (Before Messrs. McMuntrie, levers and Lowis J's.P.) VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

S' CARL'TO' COUIRT;' V' : WeIlNP.'oAr. ARClt.2ll,2d. " Befloro Metira. Alc.%Ml?iiie, ' Iurms ancd Leowis ,'. . ' P ýl' mhlAll: a ' aged ' wn.nnkan, ilumci' Agial Wetrali; was 'lirged wih Imvilg no lawfili v crbllhilnceiir of mlicLt. PIrc?jer plelcel;I lhat slhe d ri'lhusalnld whlo weac p tiho'coii-,,l iy anndl tlhat aho Wait exprcting hicii lcc ii every dy. Fcilled lO. rVitll tli o:lptioll of. 'three inys t go[. + , " ' SAnother inlill o ngc l fed fIlc, named Cati: erlio yvaim , w waa rgl'Igcd witlh lieliig a1e idle, and dtonlorly persion." : ,' , , . . "c oidtablb CMltclon |clpn~xncd that 'a" half past tWo o'clock oi thllo'oriicg (i thoe '22l Lthd prisoner was inimiondiicting lierrlOif it Ilourcric.strcit, ld thlo' lwitrliaL added tlat tho' pirioeur., wuc tai 'tlih hali1t of buieig oht in'thl' strcbhi ' uit\il 'wo.or tlire'o o'ldelk ii tile inorning. On W'ittio rMc'rreatlcg pyiaocrll slie tlidt' licrsellf ldirn oil thd fbltpathl, aiml wouldn't'ilorv il step. ' WItvcai hadIl to ell....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

RPEOUAL ADVZITTIBZUNT. I2 I'AlI.t.IAENT - TH IIE K 'I.UIINl V TIIAWAY AND OINIIUS. COMPA.NYV' IIILL." -TOTICR 18 IItERitY ilVIN that alnt L t pllatlontil intededa to lot made la the enstnlg .'teaIon of the Parliament of Vie. torit for leave to Ibring oll a i1111 to authlor lee " The Melonnreo Tlramnitay antid tllt|o. Ilta uotmooy )l(ilittel)'" to lIay town on atrtut ad matintain all or any Iof thle Tenal ways a11d ITnllllhe thLerefrol hererhlltter tettl1ttlil loll tio tnaContty t Illtrkh) that In to nal- (a). Tfi: Nontflrlu LIt~. No. I. A Tramway emnlnenetng tain Sp. oer.etnet ltllhe CIty of lellorttne, aljaeent to tlhte $ioeer.eatret r t.tlaln rf tio Victorian Htatllw ay, proyetteedlog thlrene aot lpan. aeretreel, Collltsa rntl t, Mllealhett.atrent, Ioohrku-"treet, Spilagatrret, ltrelye-treaut, Alkert.*reut, (loneo la t tree.t, Vclorl.ator. ade, Ilralawl k.astreet, larker.tnreet, andt -t. (tla?rlg'etul, ntll tentisatitng I St. tleorge'a.rmd, at or near tlr Ietereeltion illaut Stioh...

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CONCERT AT NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

o oofnl outottninmcut~ o di, -IW. Noth ino in Rol ot Qat Jika Sto.a thcoi L'rizm' dLIlo:BoarI of .4jIce,, at pied taio.chdir.. Triay ."niin th;- 3ort IiS miii iviro, introy i~aligl ru'til jlrc 1 7 i OI1IcRVp IgvPCI crrJ roarroatrl, iiot it. i aojai ng!ti inetras of aur, Itiil alan itin aolriitnA ainonnionai ,to thea iiillatnant1 a ,10to .tiaw o ltortlinoto.. "11'riglon u;Clo'.y'cri"llo,. aP I otiou~u t;19 ioig iattytni, na tlolr tinsiaoi altar trn aiiOeecllin aonJb lal pirnita ottotoo tolotis cianl o tari? to tiy a tllr fiinglRotd," nlh oI tin fho rl`sung, n ai" Ir 1Saronl ; next on tho list, u'a n su++g; " by u fyoou, ofdf, .hli jtlnyod hero. 31..i ttolK·loo'o grof pth t.!ott* toll" "Never n ''ttc. oor. givoo Iby 3l.. heITI. . 31.Oo. 1111. 11.1 tfttgoonoo fenilrll an donrllar'." n ! .ff.,of1 olook s'lim.[ laud11 tiano milfoppl " It n1nn n Il Anrcroshlll I Ind1 "fConlc il o~tloot," 'f enr'oll [Ilia t. 1 In matmer, nft.ly Alnafchanir,", tiltl of eveuili n cel gacll ina ig silent of t...

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MAN TRAPS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

MIAN TIt\PS. ro TIME EITOR OF THE ITZAROY CITY, 1'EEM* SI;I,--'There is t the prcsenlt Imomenat . vcrydn tl i hoal pI na trp Niuhlsoi .tcualot a sortita sta llco from the Em:piter s of Intiat [llotl, in thae ahnlmpoa it Inrgo uoijrly .lold 'litb closue to fo ootlfilth. :th. etw'uen n )rL. ti?l of tlhe oluo ldt ilia Imph herel is Ianlf 0potozy for o fenlce, iut an tia other a?idt, to whil access is enailyobtnialnd l?y vnrioos paths, there is nona wihatvear., I ho oen-" aatiol is it isgrace. to tho counucil in its presclt condition, anl if solm alteratiln is Itoallulctl I exp? t. ih a aseo n ontioe for llll?Co llooa ot thllcrae illu Ilts, thlat-will allly wake tlhe conllil from thuiralslooao:' A\ fIll" lltlaa lio oli oauaoiltlr of Pilt?ay lectieltl thil rol?lsploaiility of tllho Collil llol • ilricloll ni sritur in tlo ptbltu pless, atwho tointell out Ilthir litility for a leatlh thot lilt| julst lccliorrtd lhrollgh nlli? of lleso traps' 'tiao tcllat, lowouori allt Coltiiagaol lofts' ...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

S.FIIT 'Oy' CITY, COibLCII. 'I'lo ial fortnirghtly imootini of thoe Ft. oy, CILy Council ,wo held eat evening. 'lreoellt the malyor (Cr., IHoblml), Crs.c ,uoMaholi,.M Soore,L ,uln, Slhowers, P'hipps, WoodhIlod nodl )Irooks. Thie nilnutos of tihe lorciollso Moltlilg nod thoie olitwnrd corrosporolltio werooricel ailll conlirmed. °-· , m , i * ' ' i ; 'rorrr .hrtil0 sceore . f. -i F ,.'romn Mr. C. Showers, secretary. Fitz roy cricket elubo, askllg the potronage of tho cooncil for their nilliilatilAtor oportst 'atlroingogranted.. d . :, -, , ' 2. Ifoport of the gon ecxanicir'for 1881, (hddressed to tlho niilcilpal nutlborlties. lie eiv l . ' . , . . , . 3.. Fro"il' . 1 erglo: forwainrfig pro poelI hill of tiheo . Mollioiir Trailrway iiil imiliedi coilpaly., IteforreIod to teo Select CoriillltcO. ,, , , . r . , 1 . 4., Fro'i 'the 2lhollrnio Tramllwy and Oiltlllar Companly rcqesting theo fornal consecnt of tlioh coucil to thie iitroldutloill of their proposed tlinway bill. , ! . 5i. romr ...

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Fitzroy City Press SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

VWurstt.yet sottling. tih: clanins of sutlirers .tlrough one railway nei nllothcr., la occurred. This last hlna tori'nhtoelyi :lnot rdtculteds ii actual loss of life, though tile slocl cnioned i by: the osccurnnce must o been most tlfir,'i to sonome. The J meiit acrididc inhas cost thi countryso asuss and: Inas been , the, cause if Ihum h misery ml mAHllring that, atlel 'cnare n ll'cautioni 'ole to be 'reasae Oldefpcdl'il'tlio eilnhagoii?iit of oihroi ways '.fUhtt'iocp,thantl this, o nluuea foe tlb lefifenltil'col ifortof troa? le inipesntivety Jldenhtsildcsl,osie 'Oiosr wivhat'tost. It isveryiplanihly soi many whio are experienlced in sunc m tors, that theo Viotorian railhvas conducteds in an style comipletely out sill e;'nfid isindileqnate to the i' ilenlti of the lies., Telo pplinnces in iainy instincesa old. fashioned obsolete, thoir'platbeiog takenby recent and luperior ineventionl. 'In most iiiiportant jiniticillar, espeo theptgesont applances nare geossy aca?le lA jV d r 'to ...

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OUR STORY TELLER. THE AFGHAN'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

THE AGHA\S RE VENGE. "The hall inmy.ankle.l entrired to slip ,ut my-af nearly fainting as., I did i no. I I then IMond .up ths wound which 'grew well rapidly ;while that in my head wan bathed pool bandaged tenderly by the deft little hmallnds of thewife of Zeonlauon Klhan,:who was full 'of pity for me, with much of gratitude for the service I had done her, and thus I hol perhaps more of her.lsoiety than'the Khan might have rdelished ; but he had much wild work to doamongthe mountains, and it was from her.I heard of wnat wea doing at Cabul..1. ,: . ; i."....L " ' Sahilb; your people will never escape; it will all be s :Ackbar. hIs sworn,! said she in,her soft Afgluani, s she drew near me and; spoke in. an ft cooing voice, leit others might overhear in these i rooms thmt had only hangings and no doors;.' sixty thoouond in hlaltonts in.Caiul, and all the..mountain trilbe around it are fit for insurrection, and wait but the voice of Aekbar. ; . . " ' But oor soldiers are brave, and our....

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 21st. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Eade, Peters, Barnett and W. Kidney, J's.P.) REMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

COLLINGUWOO COURT. To:rssur.t, 31.mua:Cnlst. . (lkfore tit 3layr and eir? ' l.?alst . ;le'tere, laseetlctta V. Ktdeyl Jet.P)" " :- ie D ED , . Charles lBrown was brought up in eusthly chargeld witlh eanrally, alsing • Catherine Mlulhollall, a "irl under ten 3"years of age.. Thle serge?tt otpolice' statcd tlhat tihe girl was in th ele Holelbie in spital suffering fromi the injur shlels had reeivel, aml was too il to attendl thie court: Ulnder the circunm stances he had to apply for a remlld. s The lench remandedl the. prisoner: for days. Three youths snturli respectively! George Hutchits, Willihun Mit lith, and Josph Molloy were chalrgel with having: no lawful visible imeans of ulpport. The police foundl the prisoners aleeping in an open she?l, and evidence was given that they ]nd not done any work for some weeks un tlhat their laarents cuul uot get no goodal of them. ,. They were each slentecedl to three months imii"isolmilellt.. 'm ·.. .. ' o Ai eld mnisl IairIlt .lIohii Meolfoel,,...

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MAN TRAPS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

.MAN TRAPS. - .,. To THt Bt001)0 OF ,Tte Ir Fi.trY 'T rulm. Sc -There isnt tihet present moment a very dangeroNs man-tratop lt Nicholson-street, a slortdistance from the Emproso of Italia iHotel, ill the ohape of a largo quarry hole luoito.cldo to the fiootlth. 13etw.n or tion of tite Ioloe ad the poith there is a half apology for a fence; but on the other sides, to wlich aac?s is *nsilyoobtoield by various paths, thetre is none whatever. iThe xaca vation is a disogceo to, the council in its prescnt condition, oidl if sooic llteration is oct elr?ctal I exlct i ," 0,, oIt actiwlon for lotanagt one of thtwonc e ioo tiys, that will rally wake tile council from their slumbers. A feC- tmitolths top one councillor of Fitzrov decrial tile reslomsibility of.the council anl ridiolel it wrniter in the public prose, who ointotlt out tlheir llbility for n death othat ha just .currel through e of tlhooee traps. Time tells, however, and Collingwotol has just lhad t, ay severely for accidelnt thro...

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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 — 25 March 1882

THE SATIRIST. liv JI;vs er.<. Satire liololllt, lilec Inlihcol nuor, keel, wx.ouml with a touch ti t Is s.car-cl felt or seen." Ali ! a few more thousonds for the' people of this colony .to pay by way of railway daslages. A worthy example has been set by those injired in tile .iollisonlt affair, and, i 'lowed all ovecr with inteusc admiration wen 'I read liow two gentlemen nobly stixpll fonr-lard after the Windsur accldent andinforlml the station-ilati r that they were injured, rolUesting him to take a soteo of tihe cirenulstanc for fluture use. There is nothinig like taking time by the forelock, nail these gentlemen sceen 'to Ie thorough be liever in tli maxim. I can't blamc them, and wouhl au- strongly temnpted to follow msit were I in their position. Another telling illustration for temper ance lecturees. Let them picture a brilliant writer, smart andl sarectic, Ianlormus and witty; a ilnal l who cousld ollmand a good inclue, and.who a few short years ago was Sreprc-en...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONCERT AT NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

CONfOFRI 'vT : ORflCOTh. " "Oan Friejyoecnag, Ibth vst., tery Suc uessful eutertaiuinent we s:giyen at vNorth ote i'nil' of:. thli Jika State Schoel n'ria fuiln l.'I:iWl. W I \ilkiiisna, haiirimn, of tlic;?unlord ofd Ad'ice,.capijil, thou .lwir. thieida';'..iial curterthioacnta wereintro liiedd ili'thoyc.ael 18i8 atdh eliuvrorel very uiccoesfiel, not ouly iiiaislr. r the. sinewsV of vir, Ihohtalso in afbnldlv1.gu aviotout :to tlhe inhabitants of tlh toef. shiiilpf yortheote-, t'estotivaodiGow orville, The.tliyviteti in tha progrearoea piano aid o Lei Coariers;" ris renodered i ceccellint etylc by, tlis Rob elacn, after this e en i, "'1 h? e nllnto of 1Stael 'elac alae fairly ceog 1y Mr. lairaril ; aiet no the list viae a og, e by, a young, lmly a pupil of the-Northeote school, who shodied wdiolerfsil. iissro'vcnients upon her proevious efforts. Messrs Croker oand Ryan,'of Fitzroy, gafe nn! excellent rendmer sig of- th" ibeautiful duct " Flow' gentle Doea ; follo?' "'hy Miss Priestly...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

S ? CRICKET.. D Clifto ,hluiors v. St. Lukc's. Thins matchl resuilted it a victory for the' Juniors by 7 runs.: ,The scoreh being .3 and: "26. The highest icorer for the Juniors was McKirly, 1i. Langton and Walker howled well for Tuniors. Rainlooow 2nd v. Clarence, resulted in a 'ictory for the fornner, ftcer a well plaed 'mne, Jy i rnis. n McDonald anl Walton owled well for tlo:.winners, as did Smith for tie losers. 'Tsinlw:ar v. Normanl-y, resultel in an acy victory for the former hy 32 runs. The scores lbeing: Raidlow 8,5. Norntianlhy 5. Ciidley, 16 not, out, and Byron, 14 IJttnt well for the winners, as did Spooner, 13, and Coilne, 10, for tlihe losers. Robertson, 4 for 15, and lyron,'4 for'll, lwo?lnl excellently for thloe Itainbo; while" fir the Normanby Spooner was very succassful. : MA?ics FOR TI IS DAuT. SRainlorw v. Young Victoria. In Royal Plark. ' Rainbodwtcam-llBares (rapt), Byron, Giolley, Knott," lcIntyre, l'ctlhbridge. Robinson, Rollues,.Smart, Smith, and Stott. Meet...

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