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PLANT MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

PLANT MOTION. Plant motion was the name of a paper read by Mr. Dakin, at the last meeting of the Albert street Young?Men's Association. The 'essayist said the, most interesting an' inexplicable problems are associated with the word motion. Motion, like matter, is universaL Nature presents us with no thing that is in a state of absolute repose. In the beings we call plants, which appear so perfectly still, and seem to be essentially distinguished from animals by the very fact that they remain fixed in their places, whilst the latter transport themselves from one locality to another; in plants we re cognise a great variety of movements. The existence of the plant is conditioned by heat, light, and moisture. A number of interesting analogies were brought forward showing the relations existing between plant and animal life. Thus both a seed and an egg consist of the young creatures, and a supply of food which is stored up for its use, and is gradually exhausted as the young creatures de...

Publication Title: Mercury And Weekly Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

THIURSDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERCURY. Srw.-I was pleased to see that you gave the support of your pen to the ,Thursday afternoon holiday movement, and I was also pleased to see that a majority of the respectable shopkeepers of Collingwood and Fitzroy had given practical aid to this laud able movement. Judge then of my surprise and disgust, when I was informed that the leading suburban shopkeepers had, in solemn conclave assembled, decided to re open their shops on Thursday afternoon; and for what reason forsooth-because it (the holiday) interfered with business. If the business men of Collingwood and Fitz roy really do expect to inaugurate and carry to a successful issue, a movement of this sort, without experiencing a little incon venience, and may be loss, they are among either the most stupid or most selfish of mankind. However, I trust that wiser counsels may prevail, and that the em ployers of the two cities, rememberingthat their employees are members of the sa...

Publication Title: Mercury And Weekly Courier
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ABRTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

ABETRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATH8. ASTRAar of Births and Deaths registered in the Metropolitan and Suburban Districts during the week ending 25th May. 1878. S a. District. Brighton ... ... 1 :1 Brunswicc ... ... 5 2 Carlton ... ... 28 10 Collingwood 27 11 Fitzroy ) '" Flemington . .. 2 1 Footscray ... ... 6 5 Hawthorn ... ... 1 - Hotham ... ... 11 4 Kew ... ... ... 3 Melbourne (South) ..: 5 22 Melbourne (West) ... 12 11 Prahran ... ... '8 *4 Richmond ... ... :17 10 Sandridge ... ... 7 • .1 Emerald Hill ... .;.. 11. 3 South Yarra .. ... 7 2 St. Kilda . ... 4 7 Williamstown: ... . ... . .7 2 +159- 99 . - I Of the total deaths, 25 or 25 per cent., were of children not exceeding the: age of, three years; 16 being under the'age of ond year.

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SPORTS. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

SPORTS. CRICKET. From telegrams to the morning papers we cull the following in reference to the doings of the Australian Eleven in Eng land. The Eleven v Yorkshire, resulted in a win for the Australians by 6 wickets. The scores were: Australians 1st innings 118. 2nd do. 28, with six wickets to fall. Yorkshire 1st Innings 72, 2nd do. 73. C. Bannerman and Garrett made 25 each, Horan being top score with 31. Spofforth took 9 wickets in the two Innings. The Australians v Surrey, played on the Oval. resulted in a victory for the former by five wickets. The scores were: Surrey 1st In nings 107. 2nd do. 80. Australians let In nings 110, 2nd do., with five wickets to fall, 78. Midwinter played in this match and made top score with 32, C. Bannerman made 31 in the 2nd Innings. Mr. Shuter for the Surrey, made 39 in the 2nd Innings. Pooley made 29 and 7. Spofforth bowled splendidly, getting eight wickets, Parrett, the Surrey bowle securing the same num ber. The Argus telegram says the atten dan...

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RAILWAY MEETING AT PRESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

EAILWAY MEETING AT PRESTON' A largely attended meeting was held at the Foresters' Hall, Preston, on Tuesday evening, the 4th inst.; Mr. Clinch, President of Jika Council, was called to the chair. Mr. G. D. McCormick moved the first resolution as follows :--"That having in view the increasing importance and population of this district and that all the southern suburbs are amply provided with railway accommodation, this meeting is of opinion that it is the duty of the Govern ment to take immediate steps toprovide rail way communication between this district and Melbourne." Mr. McCormick, in his remarks, observed that these districts were the only places not possessing railway com munication with Melbourne, and urged upon the inhabitants the necessity of in ducing the Government to construct a line of railway through the district. The speaker was also in favor of uniting with Coburg and Whittlesea in agitating for its attainment. Mr. Woods, J.?P., in seconding the motion. did not think...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. ROUGHS IN NORTH FITZROY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. ROUG?B IN NORTH FITZROY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURT. Sir.-It-is very strange'that the Fitzroy authorities cannot afford a constable for a few hours on Sundays,. in -that .part of Nicholson-street, north of the Hibernian Club hoteL- There are two churches there,, and from one to four o'clock. p.m. a lot of roughs prowl about the corners making use of- offensive expressions, misconducting themselves, &c.. and yet not a, constable is to be seen from one end of Nicholson-street to the other.; This should be looked to, at least on Sundays. Yours, &c., OBSERVER.

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THE BELLE OF VALLEJO. (NEW YORK TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

THE BELLE OF VALLEJO. (Eszw roe TrIESr) The following beautiful and touching incident occured in the inland town of Vallejo, Cal. Some months since the Times described Vallejo as a mining settlement, and an ill-tempered San Francisco newspaper thereupon took occasion to remark that Vallejo was situated on the sea.shore and not on mountains, and that the Times was unacquainted with the intricacies and niceties of Californian geography. Instead of hurling epithets at the San Francisco editor, the Times, in a spirit of compromise, now locates Vallejo just half way between the sea and the mountains, and will give 10,000 dol. to the Children's Aid Society if our fiendish Cn-'Francisco contemporary will prove that no such town will ever, at any time hereafter, be found in the locality just specified. Vallejo possesses a young lady of extraordinary beauty. She is, more over, as intelligent and bold as she is beautiful, and in grappling with a sudden emergency she is probably unequalled by ...

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JIKA.—MONDAY, 3RD JUNE, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

JIKA.L-MONDAY, 3SD JuNE,, 1878. Present (President-J. C. Clinch,) Crs. Plant, Dennis, Bastings, Paterson, O'Keefe, Sobey, and Ellison. COBIE5FPONDENCE. From Thomas Tidd, asking the Council if the Inspector of Nuisances had any right to sublet his office, as the Inspector had offered it to him, and also complaining of cattle wanderingon the roads. The matter in reference to the Inspector was taken no notica of. hut in the complaint of the cattle it was resolved that owners of cattle found straying should be prosecuted. From Dr. J. R. 3raclnerney, informing the Council that he had visited Preston and did not con.ide_ that any nuisance existed. Cr. Ellison was of the opinion that a resi dent medical mnan in the Shire should be appointed Inspector, is Dr. Maciuerner did not reside in the Shire and could not tell whether it was a auisance or not. Cr. Plant said t::r.t if the dccto- had visited the place and did not consider that a nuisance eaist".d, his opinion was certainly before Cr. E...

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WRECK OF THE LOCH ARD [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

WRECK OF THE LOCH AED The Loch Ard, 1623 tons register, bound froni London to this port, was wrecked on Saturday night last, at a point on the South ern coast about twenty-seven miles to the west of Cape Otway. She had a crew of about thirty-five hands on board and seven teen passangers, all of whom have been lost except two persons, a Miss Carmichael and a midshipman named Pearce. The coast is iron-bound ad'' unapproachable, the rocks rising to a height varying from 120ft. to 300 ft. All hands and passengers are supposed to be lost except Miss Eveline Victoria Beta Carmichael and Tom Pearce, a midshipman, who swam ashore. The place of the wreck is about one mile east from Sher brook creek. The Loch Ard sailed from London on the 2nd March, for Melbourne, under the command of Capt. Geo. Gibb. The passengers on board were:-First classn Dr. Evry Carmichael: Mrs. Rebecca Car michael, Misses Ruby Carmichael, Meta Carmichael, Annie Carmichael, Eva Car michael, Mr. and Mrs. John Stuckey, M...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. Fitzroy, 6/6/78. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

JI rNOTES ,' ND -COM.MENTS- , e " Fitz roy, 6 i 6 78: it. Alth6boh the *'Aercury eschews p ~litis, the follo6~ig'extract from the o. Sydney?cisirspondent of the ArguS-iss he worthy of notice in these times of cs. risises9tinire particularly as it refer's to at a colonyy whose political opinions are in antagonism to our own: e- "An article contributed to the Herald to le day sounds awarning against the dangerous as character of our.land revenue, arid the illu ad sion as to the accumulation of funds. It ie points out that the' land sold during the last Ld seven years has amounted to nearly nine in millions sterling.- Not for settlement, but at bought by squatters to protect themselves is from the inroads of free selectors. The bulk :h of this land has been paid for by money borrowed, for which the banks hold seen r- rity on the land. The writer argues that - unless care be taken financial difficulties h will arise, and refers to the high rate of e, interest now offered by the banks fo...

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COLLINGWOOD—TUESDAY, JUNE 4. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

COLLINGWOQD-Tu sEDY, JUNE 4. Before Iessrs. Turner, Levens, Kidney, and Marsden. Thonian savage v O'Brien-assault. The plaintiff, foreman of Elliott's wool-washing establishment, said that on Saturday week` last he saw,the: defendant smokingin the establishment iwd-he rejiortead the'inatter to Mr. Iurray. . He did this in consequence of a notice posted in the establishment to prevent smoking. About five or six o'clock in the evening, when the wages.were being paid, the defendant went up to him called him some very opprobrious names, and then struck him n violent blow on the side of the head. Subsequent to that the defendant inet him'in the lane and again struckjhim on the head. He then called out Mr. Murray, who saw O'Brien strike him on the head. The prosecutor admitted that he had taken out his knife to O'Brien when he struck him in the lane.. Fined 20s with 2 guineas costs. O'Brien's only defence was that he had been discharged from the employ of Elliot in consequence of Savage h...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, 2ND JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

POLICE. FITZROY--MoNDAY, 2ND JNE. Before Messrs. Showers, Raven, Bell, Woodhead, and Falconer. John Robt. Forbes-assault and robbery. Remanded. Elizabeth Johnbton, John Fitzgibbon, and John Hayes were brought up for being drunk and disorderly, but having been locked up since Saturday they were dis charged. William Musgrove was fined 10s or 4S hours for the same offence. John Farrell and Richard Thomas were fined 5s each for being inebriated and.refractory. John Watson, Thomas BRynolds, and Jessie Solomon were each fined 10s or 48 hours for being drunk and disorderly. Rebecca Rowloy- w-ilfully breaking eight nanes of glass. Find l103 with 10s damages or 3 days' imprisonment. Isabella Langridge--disorderly prostitute. Isabella had received 18 months for vag rancy on previous occasions. On this occasion she was sent to gaol for 6 months. Smith v Bes-ick-summons for £15 7s 6d for work and labor done-wages. Mr' McKean for the plaintiff and Mr. Lyons for the defendant. Defendant's counsel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

Funerals furnished by W. G. RAVEN, TCT . c.. e r t a l e r At rPRICES LOWER than any house in Victoria. NIote the address: 203 4' 205 Si?IlTHST., FITZROY. CITY ENGINE WORKS 23 STANLEY STREET, COLLIN<GWOOD. BURLINSON & WISEWOULD ENGINEEBS, &c., Makers of all kinds of Brewers' and Fell mongers' machinery. All kinds of Repairs done with promptitude and cheapness. GOOD WORKKMANSHIP GUARANTEED Nanufacturers of Boiler & Steam" Pipe Coating Composition. Just Published (SECoND EDITION.) Prophetic study of the Signs of the Times; England's Mission; Russia's Destiny and Final Overthrow; The wrhereabouts of the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel. BY Professor HALL, N.B. To be obtained at any of the Booksellers and Stationers. PRINTING Of every description execated at the Office of this paper. ESTIMATES given for Pamphlets, Cata legues, Magazines, Newspapers, and every description of Bookwork. All kinds of Stationery and School requisites. Hawkers and shopkeepers suppl...

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COUNCILS. CITY OF FITZROY. FRIDAY, JUNE 7th. 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

COUNCILS. CITY OF FITZROY. Fasmin, J3uwn 7th. 1878. Present: The Mayor (Cr. Showers) in the chair, Crs. Evans, McMahon. Hackett, Woodhead, Ewing, Lyons. Cunningham ana Tacker. In the outward correspondence the Town Clerk read a letter sent to the rate-col lector of the East division, informing him that ratepayers must be treated cour teously. CORP1sPOND?CLr From Town Clerk, Richmond, in re cor respondence of June 25th, and asking the matter of Hackney carriage licenses, etc., to be considered. Left in the hands of the delegates. From the Shire of Jika, asking the Council of Fitzroy to light the lamps on the south end of the Merri creek bridge, that Council not being able to do it for want of funds. Referred to Finance Committee. From Town of Richmond, requesting the appointment of a delegate to the forth coming conference to consider the advisa bility of securing the service of a compe tent consulting engineer, "for the purpose of advising from time to time with any of the contribut...

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MARIE, an Emotional Story. (Adapted from the French of an anonymous Lady Writer) SPASM XI. RELIQUIÆ.—continued. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

MARIE, an Emotional Story. (Adapted from the French of an anonymous Lady Writer) BY E. A. SarsoN. SPASM XL RELIQUIIE.--continued. But as I older got, my father came to think that it would be better I should give my hours to the poets, rather than to the scriblers of senseless, sensuous tales and novels and-romances. For it appeared to him, he said, that only pure and noble thoughts were expressed in the language'of poetry, and that notions such as writers of modern prose gave utterance to were unsuitable for me, his darling daughter, to read and garner up. So, in the solitude of my sea-side home, my sole companions were my expanding thoughts, my dear old father, Gertrude my much-loved nurse, and the poets, with whom my little library was loaded. To my kind old father, now infirm with age, this life of solitude was sweet. To him it was the calm repose he needed. He in his fading years, he who had survived -with untarnished honour the tempests of the elements and the storms of life, f...

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COBURG—MONDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

COBURG-Moan.A, JuNs 3. Present: The President (Cr. Eitchie) in the chair, Ca. Dolling, Hunt, McCowan, Jones, Landells, and Kyle. COREnSPONDsSCE. From the Central Board of Health, cal ling attention to the fact that small-pox was prevalent on board the mail as. BSam, and asking the Council, in case of an emer gency, to provide an hospital Left in the hands of the President. From Michael Coonan, drawing attention to the fact that the bridge over theMoonee Ponds, known as "the old hMoonee Ponds bridge," had not been repaired. He stated that this want of repair was a great incon venience to him. He also asked the Council to repair the road running past his place. On the motion of Cr. feCowan, seconded by Cr. Hunt. it was agreed that the Secre tary write to the boroughs of Essendon and Brunswick stating that the Coburg Council would pay one-fourth of the cost of the repairing of the bride, and also to urge those councils to sh on with the works. On the motion of Cr. Landells it was agree...

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FITZROY—THURSDAY, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

FITZROY-THa DDtAY, JUNE 6. - nCforr ?.irs. Showers, Hackett, and McLaeu. Eliza Berry --drunk and disoiderly. Having been locked up, was discharged. Ma.:v Williams pleaded guilty to insult ing behaviour. Mary had been drinking .ad get rather boisterous. Fined 20s or 14 dey. James Cooper was fined 5s with 2s fd cab hire for being drunk and dis orderly. John Robt. Forbes-assault and robbery. Mr. Fisher defended. Charles Brown stated that he lived in Fitzroy. On the night of 0th nut. he was in company with a man named Lawdcr. At about 11 he rode into Fitzroy in a cab driven by prisoner. There were three persons in the back. When they got as far as the Derby hotel, Gertrude street, they got out and had a dispute over the cab fare. They had no drink then. Witness gave prisoner a. shilling, and Lawder gave him two. Prisoner made a noise over it and wanted another. While disputing on the matter, the other two men tred to get another shilling from him, L?^cder in th' meantime going for a pol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

THIE M rcury can be obtained from any of I the following agents :--ubýtription le. per quarter. G. C , 1.-167 Smith street. Mrs. WooDn?n... 96 Brunswick street. DunN & Coraraes Arcade, Smith street. Mr. P?arorr ... 316 Wellington street. Mr. O'Kms ... Heidelberg road. Mr. Bmi~ rensoN... Gipps street. Mr. BAHErrT ... Smith street Mr. Wnaeo r ... Peel Street. Mr. SPAw?N ... 200 Johnston street, next Yarra hotel. Mwe. DArzs ... Simpson's road. Mr. CoLas ... 96 Elgin st., Carlton. GoaEno & Gorca Collins at., Melbourne. Mr. PrrsosN ... Brunswick st. Mr, PssrosN ... Brunswick st. Mr. GiNDBOD ... Gertrude st. Ma. Wz cox ... Vere street. Mr. WExvn n ... High st., Northoote. Mr. MHAsalz, ".. FGowerville ' Mr. WooD ... Preston. "M` WiT ir Ls , HMeidelberg M B. InDs?a- ,.' brreensborugh .ED FaBý V-. - "=Diamond-dB e k M. .?. ... :Postmaster, Coburg. ,.c , IY o, CQaLLINWOOD. PAYMENT of RATES BEFORE 10th JUNE. NTOTICEis hereby given that no person Swill be enrolled on the roll of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

DURHAM HOUSE. J.: CURRY, TAILOR, & HABIT ? AKER, FITZROY. R. -KERSHA W. Family Grocer and Provision Merchant - LANCASHIE STORE, HODDLE STREET (corner Gipps street) Families waited on for orders. Eggs and Fresh Batter from best dairies. I TELL U THERE R No Haircutters to equal PROFESSOR HIGGINBOTHAM. T. HIGGINBOTHAL Sensational Haircutter, etc., Respectfully informs the public that he cuts hair in all the following fashionable styles: Rifle Corps, Garibaldi, Palmerston, Horse= shoe, Byron, Brutus, Oxford, American, French, Cambridge, West end, Dundreary, and Military crop. Hair cut and shampoo'd T. HIGGINBOTHAM, 195 SMITH STREET, PITZROY. All kinds of Fancy Pipes, etc. CHAS. MOORE, (Late of Collingwood) 0Czrrer , G ldcl r, Picture Frame Make?r, 114 Lonsdale st, opposite hospital, Melb'ne. Re-Gilding, Map Mounting, &c. i"RS RICIARD DAWSON TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE, 2o0 NICHOLSON ST., FITZBOY. And at . . 00lJHQ1ON _N AKGHERBERG'S C-AS. CANTLON, HAIRDRESSER, AND TOBACCONIST,...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 8 June 1878

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnis Vineit. SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 1878. THE beginning of the present week brought us the intelligence that one of the large British vessels trading to this port had become a total wreck on the coast of Victoria, some short distance from Camperdown. The Loch Ard left Gravesend on the 2nd March, under very propitious circumstances, and every hope of making a safe and speedy passage to Melbourne. With a large amount of tonnage, and only few pas sengers on board-some seventeen these numbering with the crew about fifty-seven persons. The expectations of the ship were about to be fully realized, when, just at their completion, she is cast upon a rugged surf-coast a total wreck; and of all those on board who were anxiously looking to the speedy termination of what had been a pleasant voyage, not more than two (so far as we know) have escaped to tell the sad fate of the noble ship, with its valuable lives and cargo. It would appear from the intelligence furnish...

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