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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE EIGHT HOURS ANNIVERSARY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

SORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE lI "IHT HOURS ANNIVERSARY. TO TH ElDITOR OF TLHE FITZItOY. (CITY I'PFS. S`ti,--Will you allow me" through thel e hliun of yollr valuable jouenal, to express a holpe tlhat wIhen the eighlt hours Ilncl s0la0. ile in'the Friendly Sooietie's gardens on tih 2'lst of April, tllhey ill take a ste tlhat wnll mlake that day a ril letter day to le remm: Iered for ages. The eight hours len can dllo this if they will. .'There is no denying theh fact that the trdclnmen of Mellbourne al suburbs, together with their Wives and fanl-' ilies, are and ever hlave len, the very grent eat enelmies to the early elosinIgmo-vement. Now what' I would Elggcst, is tiat whlen tile oight hours men are ssemllbles, on tllhe 21st prox.,' srrolndil by their frienls and reln. tions, they then and there adopt a r0colu tion, inever to shop after six o clock. ]By doilg, this, the eight' hours 'men and: their femllale frienllds, would provethat thely are onxiatent ntl a iot: islfilsh, and1 t...

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

FITZROYv CITY .COUINCIL. The usual fortnigihtly meeting of the Fitz. C roy City Council roo hehl.?oot evening. p Preelnt: trhe inn"or (Cr., ltololc) Crs. M.Mahllon, 3hMreo. Lyou.s, Shlowers, Phipps, \Voodllead anid irooks. Tihe mhiott of the previous meeting aed l the outwardl corre poiellce were rnul" and it omfirleol. " COI:IirostiutLue r . . 1. From .r. C. Slhowers, secretary Fitz. ii roy cricket club, asking the patronage t of the council for their uinual Easter sports. Ptronage oorotcd. "' Rpou t of th e gas examiner for "1 SI, addres?e? to the municipal authorities. Re ceivedl. . 3. Froai . 1'. Fergie forwarding po. pored Bill of th Mlellwatrte Tramwtay sd O innsilms company. Referred to the Select I Conmtittee. " 4. Froml the M.elborne Trl?mlwy aloll O)IIllilll CompalIy roeqsting tile formalt consent of the council to the introduction of v thcir proposal tramway bill. * . From lMr. 11. P. Ferie, parlianien- 4 t;ry agenlt, asking tie counlcil to namet the stroets where tile .o...

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

ELLER MR(l. tI I did so. I helel gr-w well i wa?i lthed the I eft little. h Khas, weho lia It I or t at~hi r I leort, t ythn I ll lhe oue the Satt o atdin al l iall w ld t llt h lies Tv stoll our 1th h I t irenyeell Ili nlhathe vnnilB hair it'a l, I ha Ai ngpcJl of ler splendid elcc, I kn with the tl e alreei S thie stridert orIp, tt e look o l e line sketl h r gloved rful ourle, 'ed tomewcke l y le ear Sneheil n" eowrt " , wtr in ele slrd pink I r taken I I I war lie Fnn ie .'hnitha will tecone the ghuomatnin-tlie hieve Stlfl hasc cekhe.' "I .y hIrtaiNtl tohlf aunl Ihnt allen tely a tw of herea N tie slfke, atla ilomethhw lukgal Ilne precatlo k Ille 1e ee t'lh w ltist yot h Il teer have in wife, no eiter, then ehat cane te t or foru of te reet mater 1' "Tlhe i e of Maels rose lto my lip P mt pllct witl wlihl le igentleln, trat lo l nl Ie ail the knowlc lge lI tli f illled me with only eoilfiiin nl w illliny e for l t he i ncoverl tihe lbut our lives wereA forfelc?d, iel alreaiy oe ...

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

AVTyrIoMNAn. EDWARD LANGlI011NE & CO., Aoresanar ý. Areonaessa 77 IRUNtlWICit STIiEET, FITZROY, T..AT tioe ru hementlroned propertlen H adll Litneuees for Mae, on eaoy temlp 1r1.roy, atre drseeer aid Tubaolonlet Buetlle, s,. tabllshcl I years. Low rent, good tite., Two.story brik houncse, 4I rrone and kltela., £210. Hotel, 18 roomsun hglolug £'20. TNo shops & dwtulllngs, :10 by 0. ft, £1100. Land Bmwtok.streot, 1t by f01t., £20 lo r Stone0 ouls, Nlieholoo.strelet, nre ruon,, atnble, ,lft. by 13211t .. 110. Grocery" oald nll ot baltllre, rent, l2a., tk alo i at lio. (trne trlde. Two twobstorey boune , balolny and reran. drh, ttorvEeatreet. £1100. Frr.rosoolrne houes netd hln,, ln tlorgo mell Clmorl.clstrcret, price t.£000. ia nd In Blkl-street, £10ro s. I lr feet. alottgy Hotel, It rouMs, bllhron table, nel tab le, rent 170, lvoen ears' Iause. In. goitng .00. Iouree saittl Ind, sIx rnuo n, Uore.sl tre, 20 by. 130 feet £000. Slregcortage, 4 reormr, 17 by 10Tfh., r£20. ...

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

JOHN WVIlTELAW, q Corp & general Produce Moerchant 100 10:(IEILTRUDEI STREET. FITZROY., , i Crushing done for the Tradlo: ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S No. 4?;'.'W Ig SOPLELNDID CONDITION, ON DItAUllrT AT TUN NATIONAL I -HOTEL; BRUNSWICK STREET. tARK Ilrsndy Drinkers idmli that' Bar. rhson l 18570, VA obtalined at thie Na. tiaid Iral, L tneqall|a unr Bratnia r, W hiskies ,' W inen , an id R ul? are tl lken oult o ad y the proprietor of T}IE NATIONAL IIOTEt , ' Im.LiL tSii ,i One of Alloock's Best Tables. slagle Bottles at Wholesale Prices. B. P'OTTER, PIornitaon. H OUSi DECORATOR, kc. .. , IrTEN8 ' II' l.,IINUl,l , • Ofa, STREET, NORTHI PITZIIOY, Ittlnmlte (liven for (lanerol Relplre. Onlrer promptly attendrc l to. palante' Mtesrials of All Kinln Always . on Hind. C. SMITH, Wood and Coal Merchant, YOUNG STREET, FITZROY (OIposlte Weighilritde); .ArAnLItilD OVEite TWElVO' YE.t?OI. WOOD delirdred on any purt of Fitzroy. Weight cOaroantoed. Onlera' une. tully arteni alto. Lowest charges. ...

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OUTLINES OF FRENCH HISTORY, DURING THE LAST 100 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 March 1882

oUTL1 fSI OIF1tENCH " H1STORY1 DbURING THE I?ST 100, YEARS. , flsrbaos rceils. nowhere, stranger national vicissitudes,, or. greater politi cal changes than wes find in' the records t of France, for the past ihundrel iyeari During that colparatielj short period, theire ha.s leenI no. less' than fourteen h re.volutions in whicih France has hbeen rent :rid tori tiitli all the horro'rs of :ii iiteruccind stuinggle. ,Frightful in- t dIeed were theti:assecresand,relpeately t the worst impulses of the lowest rabble, v w ere itbiled ? iliniitd l"play: .::ay ,ith, of tl- v-ear ..178q, witnessed the olsa.iru of tllhe tates-general : un ler h Louis X V I : and the first step towans' a tulderiiinitig the authority of the. mon archyiv was takeii when the nmembers li proclanim the mselvehs a National assetm- t bl. ynd l stablish representative si-ern- v wmnit. June--0th-of-the-same year was markedl by.the fresh depalertur of 31irnhme aind the famous oath of the Tennis Court. IDuriii;- the inext ...

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

SPZCIAL ADYEWZTISSi T. I l'PARLIAMENT " THE 1IELBOUCRNE TIRAMWAY AND OMNiIBtIUS COMIPAN'-S BILL.' 'TOTICF IS HIEREItY GIV ES thatt ap. plication i iinteindli to' le tnade oll the ensniog es ion of thle Parliantent of Vic toria for leave to ring in a Bill to author ize " The Melbourne Traniway and Onmi loa Comopany (Lintited)" to lay tow eonm trelt lnd mlaintain all orany of the Trai ways and lBrnthea tlerefroa hereinafter enltional (all in the County of lonrke) that isto n : (at) Tit NŽotrrtlEN Lte?.. No. 1. A Tramlway commencing itl Spil cer-street in the City of Mfellutori, adjacent to the Spencer-street Station of the Victorian Railwat , proeetlting tlhenrte along Spet errotreet," Celtintstreet, Elioltl-mtt treet, Bourke-st?et, Spring-street, Evelyn-ttreet, A\lbert-treet, (tiarnie-street, Victorin-par ade, BIlnouwick-.tr.et, Harker.street, anod St. eorgmte's-roal, aIn tenilnatihg int St. teohrge -roal, at or near its intersection oith.Siotcloer.otraot;, in the Citie? of Mel. bour...

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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

,lo'i en, si l I ..... '1~ Fn'i~o .O.t. ,;· ui7: • D IRtNK ANDDIERDHERILYt.. . SAlfed Lc.y iandl'atrick Flniery, were corerolyochar-'el .with ttiolo iooeolffeie. They were eackil chll ios. itli the., option of I 4 i ours incarceration. o , A.colored man naoiiid, Rudolph Roywood, ii sao eharged with a similar offtolee. He wasco taken out of a bres, on Sunlil y afternoon, andi l laid on tile footpath appareotly dead drunLk. Conotable M3lenl t-cdleil ; cab ad puttheli .i prisoner into tile vehicile, and in doing o, oe Io of thie wiilows got Iirokei. After iet,, i oil niglit i tole sratch-lioooe, ho oppeared to cI I,e still dlead drullke ill tile tnorllillg, and coi l stable Miller, fearing tllhe maolln wa ill, had1 im conveyedlto o thle ellullne H[lloitalo wlier e was exalllnedl by doctlotour an tl found tobe sclelning. Tile clhairiin naked tl if tile priooiir w's willini to pay tho eopen- p nse; thie reply licing hi tloe otlinootive, tie 01 ra diicliargeil. . Alfredl Lnge, whlo a week...

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

. H. :: STAC:E. On Satrnlaiy night, Shakespear' a' Come- t ly'of emors ," ras proiucel to a house I riwdedl in ll lartir. Thoughl one of tie grecjt :lpt's best comnlics, its prdliction senerolty: ioeets witlh gre.t dihtltieoittin fixi ing tin ulo lp3oir' of twin Lrothcii. Who hln o. lookno uailke, thal t tihe iamustigi errors arsiig" therefromi, seem jous titioll. Ini t'ii ?ise tto eotorunliilory rc-i deiilbliito tce lntoneoi ttio |hrotiiero lf?hloi"o3 id' the i'trikin, similarity between Meosrs. Hioskins anld Keiicidly, happil overcame dl dittiilties..i TIhe vleriouen give is Iy PIhelps w hose voersifisctioii falls:olion the onria I hianooy to thiionobie 1oiotryro:thci bruit" wri ter . ' ? *V:. 4l Iollonay repri nenutil 'ntiphiolhi"of Ephiious, whilo Mir. Chriiles ,Holloway took tihe'part of tlhe twin hirothir, of Syracusei. Thie ihalooge, in si?i ti -xpriencl hamnds, sparklcd with a bril lin.y ; chloi iiiiprtel to it, while tlhc make ipwaa so ooeXlldiit hnid thie roeiicbhmic soope...

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

CARLTON COURT. 'WnElrsNo,..r, 31.itE l2ndl. '" Btefore Messrs. ' .1cuintrie, 'leeri' nld ' Lewis.l's. P.) ........ 'A lniddlc agil woman, 'nin'l'd Aigne Valshh was'chargslwi'th having no' liwful -isill means of aipport. " riaoncir 'ple'lods hat she hain. a Imhband who win uop'tie cofio try and thlat' lc' was eixpectiiig liin lhoine every .liy. Finel lO1. with tlhe option of thme days in gaol. Anotther .nigdlc aged femanle, thiaed Crath rine Swaino w charged With lein i;,'an idlle (noist lldCostcllo ldepoosd that at Il lf iuast tbo o'clock on the nmornfii of the *'2iid the 'irisoner ki's miscotiidctting hlerelf itf touveric-strct, andl the witnes 'addil that lie 'prisoneri m-as in thle lbit bof eing out n the :streeta 'itltil two'or tlire o'clock ii he morning.. On witoiess arreatit" 'rioniiei he threwl hlcrself dlowil n the foitlath i al ionldn't moe ia strii. Witnessliad' to eoi. ,ge a~ b ato take her to the' wtch-honie. i' Sid 10s.;'or init default tliree days' ifi g~c'7' 1 . t I'...

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

AUCrONUo z EDWARD LANGHORNE & cO., eoomrcns r Avccosnans. 77 BRUNSWICK STREET, FITZROY. - H AVE 'th e.uuderesentionecl properties I and businesses for de, on easy terms. Hair.dreoors and Tobacconist Business, es tabliashdtl years. Los rent. goal trcade. Twro-storey Ibriek hoause, 4 roomnsanld ktchen, 91]0. Hotel, 13 rooce. ingolng £230. Two ehops & dwellings, 30 Iy 6. ft., £1100. Land, Brunssick.ltreet, i19 by 0ft, £'0 per foot Stone House, Nlcholouestreet, five rooms, stalble, 1ft. by 13Slt., £300. Grocery waoolad n oal business, rent, 12.., stock at voluation. (toos trods. Two two-storey houes, balcony and veran dah, (:reeve-street, £1106. Four-roonlc houses and land, in ttGeore and Charles-streets, price £930. Lnd in BeIll-otrect, £10 3s. per foot. FmUily Hotel, I5 roome, billiard table, and stabling, rent £130, five years' lease. In going £500. House and land, six rooms, Gore-street, 29 by 130 feet, £600. Snugcottago, 4 rooms, 17 by 104ft., £230. North FIreoy. Bl...

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

JOHN WHITELAW, a, Cmirp ineralr ciducdMerchant 100 & 1012 GERTRUDE STREET., . FITZROY. Cr?oking done for the Trade. If ENGLISH, ,ALE. BAss's No.4', " '' IN SPLENDID CONDITION, d , i ht OStnEoArrrtTTtIE~ "'..: NATIONAL'' `HOTEL; BRUNSWICK 'STREET. DARK Braldy Drinkers'atmtit: that Bar" rtasson's 1870, as obtaedal at the Na. .ional Hotel, is unequalled. ' Brandies, Whiskies, ines,' and Rum, arc all taken out of honl Iby the proprietor of ' THE NATIONAL HOTEL One of All ek' t Fabl?Ta "es. Single Bottles at Wholesale Prices. ----B. POTTER, .Pornooron.. P I LL E. Y, HOUSE DECORATOR, &e. narrres'. nessulrse, RAE STREET, NORTH 'FITZROY, Fastimates Given for General Repairs. ' Orders priomptly attended to. , Paintes' Mlaterials of AU Kinds Alrays on Hand. C. SMITH, Wood and Coal Merchant, YOUNGC STREET, FITZROY (Opposite Weighiridge). ITILLASIID OVER TWELVE YEIS; i. "TTOOD deloerod in an paert of Fitropy. ?T?Weight CoGuaranteeL Orders Puouc: ttally attended to. 'Lowest charg...

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

SATURDAY, MIARCIL 25, 1Sss. Vulr.:yet settling the claims of the sufferers through one railway accident, another has occurred. This last one has fortiunately not resulted in any actual loss of life, though the shock oc casioned by the occurrence must have been most trying to some. The Joli imont accident has cost the country such a sum and has been the cause of so much misery and sutlbring that, at least, icare and caution are to be reasonably expected in the management of our rail ways. But more thanrthis, duc regard for. the life arid comfort of trasellers is imperatively demanded;, no raittet? at what cost; It is very plainly- said by many who are experienced in such nat ters, that the Victorian railways- are conducted in a style completely out of date, and inadequate to the require rments of the lines. The appliances are in many instances old faslhioned and obsolete, their placebeing taken by more recent antdsuperiorinventions. In one most importanit particular, especially, the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

u11.·::" 1 " K B·' A1 1 Ml lOUT gRITV.l 11Am mint Aroell~id a tlipietidlil Blonic f loetlm mIr~olilly ieirir Iron him ~rtr iw'OIe l~'~iIl*0 I ItL~UBO£: VlIO C'''·RTE'lL 9111118 CO·L .L~i AUiIOOI) :: ,;· I. "!.iOW!lulcOOiLnniIL, ·'I'' ''''allaaI~t~ e~kedIcI eIcltl TaolwA? ~.tenip A.~~idO 0Intlll ANCY (001)8 * A~~s llr a oDidt'E~~i '''V. 810 100MB. i IWEILY lIEii)CIIN(IIL P'I~S. I rric CNIS\VIO\ 1)m0lcr, Sw·hnlL'n teat, t· iigod I;os Aimo ~1odeilonl JI~~\r IIOme~ Crarltoi 110'~· 0140rll CINIL, ION ·.~ (0 (don ol t~ce Intie 1 I Ornlolnn Al tol· mtetc-~ul n Iw~o I, I· F \aB1oAldlll AIIoae IiIllIN1.Ii, 8' IILU'IBWICK BTi('' FIYZIO P~sI ,11,OTTOM12'~ ILr I~ nc J.lelinr nyotli oelar. IhOAdh; tO.tOnlt f leatdano Am n * AtAO Al lla~k Aw Ceer Saia *~ a lenr. 2'lln ltt dll mlci Yred a ULAOrieeoId(tS4hchy Lb Coinc I~ nlneem1, hr i Onaari 'iia trill :ati.hnlitee ni; L1', IAj:: 0ij~~ 0 1 N L In1DT olmv nrli~inmrmnol, 7tIIIL;INI7ILYof 1V'iLYI) ''I0C1tLIO',' LIcelnei Teol, tleowa 1wldc older) Dis~m...

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ELECTRICITY & FIRE INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

[InETl'l ITcr~o tea Is-.o'll~tii ld, of .ls t L1 C f i i t & 11W I'iH. hNCF' Oneoof tho coooy coodicoiwn~altoroodoooill istomacitoqi olkoc la tic e O ulid tolr tof ot ovco sal n?love f') ijs- lllde?lln Il'l'fla Llkere'lplacn= (mraini bulb hrgs, lii view, of''theo; clngouol rick ln pl'ira wliol'o seltch aieollllo'" ' very ihnlorlwotosiilbjctc'ild odu that;li lieccolog oure, prilnlltc?ve ry tdy, id the rlink nt to ilig thlue i sco'f eleciuity.y "Ih lioprotlot what I I tllo i"heka ai lteidlolg toL trz, light. iln ' wtill jicbb ly'lUcaedt itxulf, i It Imy Ih Iateftlj:?', tlugrchlti --hentb thbelct felty ih' cniuoorodI'y,/ peorfetly go?d coiillcwr thore ooecd gicl 00 ioiuty, biltt tcoic ttoe tlhri tloatlllo, tctro' i aootlld i, cerrctcT¢l.? 4orif two , odollEtirlrg"vi'?'r'u oplto?oc??i' licunesl?luhld merely ohoidct i cby"an'iItli plrfect coillllctor; snlici el:a il. tWire o:i uevn t littlet octillle.doeht, I -potOiho of tho ctriHt el o'?irt-iill Io dlhueted noog" tihe eholrt cmt...

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ST. LUKE'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

S.. LUKE'S DAZAAR - The boran" in connection with St. Lnko's Chnrch, North Fitzroy, wan openedl by C. . BlaLoktt I1Es .,' M.L.A., on Thnraday last, at Sp.m. Tiere n'wnsgoo attendancenat the opening ceremony, and Mr. Blacett briefly referral to the object of the bazaarand tihe great advantages arisn from ti e cnlti ration of a religioons spirit tn a communlity. IMe desired to see the goo?, work progress, and hbpod tbat tile oods' rdlsond rom the baznr, would prcveof asaistance in lfrther. ig this object. The bhooor Is being held in theo snoolrooinm whielhhas beenapproprlately fittel np for the econaioen. There are throe principal etalls, on. whlih are clleplnyed' a great variety of falcy nrticles, toys. uoneful oddments notd artiloesof ornamecntanid ertun No. 1 Sta11 is preided over by Mrs. floidda Mrs, Moore nint Mine rs v cs No. o by MIrs. Sinclair, Mr.Johns, Mies Bowie, itir Parker, and tLoylsnsb Walton (3).i' N. o. is ceder the perrvisiolnn of Mrse: Wicks, Mrs. Kinge 'rs. icgn an...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

THE STAGE. TOrrKIcR nosAL. The lovers of speotacular and sensational have been nffordel a treat at the Royal dor. the post week. WVant of space renders it Imposslble to describo the story of " Yolth," which is, according to the bills, the latest Drorylnno soccess. The play eontoine some good situations, and the dialogue although not anything very smart or brilliant is fairly Interesting. The great defect of the drama is that it requires a sequel to make it com pleto, for when the ourtiai falls upon the last act the audience Is left in the dark as to the fato or fortune of nearly the whole of the dramatis persone. In the prolducton of the scenery, Mr. IfHnnings surpassed htmself, and that Is saying a goodal deal, in deal one scarcely knows which of the seven heautifual tableaus to anndre most. The mnechanical offects also surpass anything of the kind ever witnessed in Melbourne. The pieco affords amplo scope for the displany of hiatrionot skill and ability, ntd In most of tho sitnati...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

ORI --INAL O1ItPSP'ONDRNCN. TO Tll 001r00 F TOHE 710ROY CITY 1'Rom. " B?,-Allowv ma capo in your journal to express my npproval of the aIvime iveu by your eorrepondolet "A Fltoylal' in last Saturdaly's luio of youtr journal, to the igtht houra men, viz:-" For them their wives and lady friends, when saombledll on tho 21st prox., to the Friendly Society's Oardoes, for thie prpose of enjoying their annual holhlay, to makoe firm. resomhtion novorto'aiop after six p.m." Now, sir, I would Imprem on thie oight horm men, their wives, oin lady friends, the neceosity of not ooly mhking o itrm resolution nover to shop ifter six p.l. butol koepinguit. Ily doing thbis tlhey will mil the npprolcctton of all oi. eeftfish peraons, nil thie ovrloatiog gratitudoe of thoe'of their fellow crentreos, who, when they shouhl be enjoying their recremtion, are eplt at odrudgery, for it is nothing less, by the melfllhness of those more fortuouto than ihemselves. Apologising for takingo p your spnce and hoping...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29th. (Before Messrs. Pigden and Oldfield, J's.P.) ALLEGED LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

*CARLTON COURT.. IVo.nrmIoaY, 3faorno t'tlh. (Ilofora Messrs. Plgdeo and Ohldid, J's.P.) A,.LLEO L .~?r .... Ayoong woman, nonmed Lizzlo Wilson, was ohalmrged with stalilog a pair of shoos, tlho'property of Harrelot Walsh. . The oorldeo of the proseotrx rwas to theo eeof.t that somo weooks ago soe got Into trohubleo and was sent to gaol for ill treating her ohid, and 'that dlring her forced ohab- I sence from home, sooe wlndow ourtains, dresses, hats and a pair of slhoc wereo stolon oat of herhouse. The shoes now pmoloredo in court, wero tlhoso that were stolncs. A hootmaker, namedo Koerr, depaed' that theo prisonor left the shoes witlh him to ho soledl and hol l. Witness lid this, but prisoner dll not call for tlhe shoes. Tho prisoner, sow sad that thote ho slhe leoft wit Kerr were ohor own property, and oshe called'a Mrs. Daley, wro ldepoosedf that prlsoner did not steal the shoes. The pri sonerwwas dlschlrgt;l.' L h . srs monowoao. SFour unmistakablo larrikhhs, named ros pemtlrel...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 27th. (Before Messrs. Raven, Robb and Woodhead, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 1 April 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MosnAv, MAaon 27th. (Beforo Mlessrs. haveo, Robb and Wood. hend, J'a.P.) nDRNyr w A.ND DnROauanlY.Y Thomas Satndors, Patrick Whelan, Maria George and Mary Zox were chargcd with the nove ollence. George and Zox were each fined ls., or ai default 23 houre Imprison mont. MrULLin RRUYAcOR. Iconry King ,na Pprosecutol for insulting behaviour in pullio place. The evidlncn was coUclusiveI and the prisoner was fined '20., with the option of seven dlaysr lncr. accration. Daniel Catc?art was charged with a siml. Iar offence. The prosecutor was a man named Dnnleavio 'whose ovid?onc' dd huot reveal anything very hinsulting but howed, what waa not deniod, that the nocused was very much unler the influence of liquor. Fined lIOs. ,rames Brondon and Thomas Cheeocley were prosecoted by constable Wlhitny for insnlting bohaviounr in North Carlton. The evidence went to show that the defendants' were fighting in Stationstreet at alout half. past fear o'clock on Satord...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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