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IN MEMORY OF EDWIN WILTON BICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
ýE i)n uWILSON DCE. 'He gently knocked at manbood's doO4 ad answer came, He knocked at Heavens pte, sad God forthwith enrolled him citisen. Ethereal blue fills the vast vault above. Decked with a thousand flames of living light. Whose lustre dims as the great orb of day: In all his strength, dispels the gloom of night; Now hid from mortal sight they still shine: on; With glory shedding light on other worlds In silence shining as they roll along, Launched into space, each in its orbit. whirls. To us the dead are also hid from sight. Our vision far too weak to follow them, Nor are they lost but ever dwell in light. Before the Great eternal throne they shine, In heaven's bright firmament they have a place, Cloudless their sky of glory, all divine, Effulgence ineffable fills all the aps . .,. , -W. J7C.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
A mrw, name unknown, is charged, on warrant issued by the Collingwood Bench, with> assaulting a.. lad. named John McMahon? ion the lest instant.. Descrip tion: -30 yeairs ofage, 5 feet? or 8 inches high, Stout:'build, fair' complexion, sandy beaid, whiskers andinoustache; wore long brown colt;, light trousers, and cap with peak, sailor appearance. . stolen from Studley Park, the property oft thib Vi'torian Police department; a bay gelding, aged, 15 hands high, aR conjoined neabiits; cr ?oi?'bver 1739 over HT44f shoulder, t, fhiiid legwhite. -
FITZROY SCHOOL OF DESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
FITZROY SCHOOL OF DESIGN. The annual exhibition of the Fitzroy School of Design., which is usually held about this season, will probably take place early next month. The classes of the school, which now number one hundred and sixty scholars, are held in the Town Hall, and a visit there on Thursday night will amply repay those who take an interest in this and kindred institutions. When originally formed, some nine or ten years ago, the school was confined to youths alone, but a general opinion soon prevailed that its sphere of usefnlness might be extended by forming a separate class for girls, and a few years since the experiment was tried with a result that fully realised expecta tions, there being now an attendance of nearly equal proportions of both sexes. Both classes are held in the large hall the boys in the body of the room, and the girls on the platform, a temporary screen being thrown between. The school is well supplied with copies in the several depart ments, the want of w...
PRINTERS" "PIE." [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
PRINTERS' "PIE." A deliciitus"piece of" pie" (says the Sunday TiMies) was nearly being served up to the readers ebf a Liverpool paper the other day. The previous evening its reporter had to attend a meeting at a Wesleyan chapel -for the conversion of the°Hebrews io Christianity, after which he reported the address given by, .General -H. Y. D. Scott to the Polytechnic Society on the conversion of sewage into lime and cement. In the printer's hands the folios got mixed up, and the ireport read :-" The Chair man, after the meeting had been opened with prayeir; eiplained that the con version, of the Jews was one .of the greatest works.that could engage the attention of our sanitary authorities. Filtration was the most perfect method that- could be adopted for purification, but a filter had its limits. There was a popular notion that the sewage con tained a vast amount of wealth, but the sludge must be taken out of it for pur poses of irrigation, as it otherwise choked the pores of the l...
PECULIARITIES OF THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
PECULIARITIES OF THE ?1E tailts' willt'have to4ell-says the &ea--ow many strange anomalies miet his gibe:. For example, in launchiirg tsieir junks and vessels, they are sent juito the water sideway.. The: horse-: mwh mounts on the right side. The. scholar, reciting his lesson, turns hist t~ck :b 'his ma·ser. And if JaCk, or, at all events, one of his superior officers, goes to a party, lie should not wear light pumps, but as thick solid shoes as ihe can get; hite leial is used for blaekisg. On visits of ceremony you n:should keepyour hat on; and whep you advance tol your: host you should Ilose your fist anl shake hands with yourself. Dinners commence with sweets and fruits, and end with-fish and soup. White is the funeral color. You may see adults gravely flying kites, while the youngsters look on; shuttlecocks are battledored by the heel. Books begin at the end; the paging is at the bottom, and in reading you proceed from right to left. The sar name precedes the Christian n...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
TO CORRESPONDENTS. Bejected communieations cannot be returned under any circumstances whatever. No notice can be taken of anonymous eorn munications. Every letter must be accom panied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Tfo avoid inconvenience and delay to persona interested we have to request that all business communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittance, be ad. dressed to Gsrrrrr & Skp mi , and not to toe ErTO. - ADYUTwBZIMEI, in all eases, to bepiepaid. Letters and other communications intendedfor insertion in the news columns should be addressed to the Editor.
NOTES AND COMMENTS. Fitzroy, 12/6/78. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
NOTES AND COMMENTS. BY CosSopoLrrxE. Fitzroy, 12 I 6.178. While the residents; of 'Prestoh and surrounding districts aie agitating for railway to that por~ti6n.of the c. .ny, 'Mr. Arnold, of Fitzroy, is'taking steps to afford a reasonable' and easy' means of communication with' the nietropolis, having started to. run a line of busses to Preston Via Northcote, from H. B. Railway, at intervals during the day. This is taking time by the forelock, and as Mr. Arnold depends, entirely. upon the appreciation of the public for the success of his venture, instead of demanding a subsidy prior to thei starting of his line, he is deserving of their support. Last Tuesday a man residing in Johnston-street, Collingwood, was fined: £5 for selling apples and ginger-beer on Sunday. 'after having been cautioned by Mr. Seijeant Fenton that he was infringing the law. I cannot say that fault is to be found with the bench for inflicting this heavy penalty; for it appears they had no otheri alternative, an...
GLASS-BLOWERS PRIZE POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
GLASS.BLOWERS PRIZE. POEM. 'The coniiiidim comietition, oYwhich we gave an account recently,-was -follwddlon Thursday week lastby a still more exciting literary - contest; a, handsome glasecase being offered as a prize for tBe' best original Poem, the subject' as on the, conundrum night being the "Glass Steam Engine." Notwithstanding the unfavourable weather, the novelty of the proceedings, in addition to the ordinary attractions-ofthe glass blowers entertainment, drew a large audience from amongst: whom,' at Mr. Woodroffe's request, a committee was appointed to examine and decide upon the merits of the productions sent in. The committee having concluded their arduous labors, uuanimuusly awarded -the prize to the author of the following Poem, which was sent in anonymously but was presently found to be the work of Mr. Meaden, of Collingwood, who it will be remembered was also the successful competitor in the conundrum contest. Mr. Woodroffe having requested that the author, if presen...
JIKA—THUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
JIK.A--TaansDL. Before Mr. M'Carmick (min the chair), and Messrs. Bearver. short, and Clinch Harry Sweet, was summoned by William Hendrie for allowing his dog to bite him. Settled out of court. A youth named Ralph Brummidge was summoned for using insulting language to a Mrs. Wheeler. Defendant's mother and Con. Robinson gave him a.ad character. Fined 5s and s5 costs, or 48 hobs. Richard Roler and James?aobinson were ined Is and 2, 6d respectively. for having no name on their vehicles. Fred. Brandell-sleeping in his dray Fined is and 2s edcasts.
INDEPENDENT ORDER ODDFELLOWS [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
INDEPENDENT ORDER- ODDFELLOWS The supreme Grand Lodge of the United States, whichhas jurisdiction over all the State Grand Lodges of America, and also the Grand Lodges of Australia, New Zealand, together with the Grand Lodge of Germany, has sent ouat Mr. J. B. Harmon onan official visit to all the Lodges in Australasia, at the expense of the Grand Lodge of the United States. Mr., Harmon is a gentleman who holds a very high position in San Francisco, not only among Oddfellows, who are there a very powerful and wonderfully well organized body (with magnificent halls and rich libraries), but also |in his social position in the State. As a member of the Right Worthy Grand Lodge of the United States, he holds the rank and title of E. W. Deputy Grand Sire, and will on his return to America be elected Grand Sire. The Order in America is far beyond our friendly societies here in social power and influencp. The president of the United States, several senators, hundreds of clergy men, lawyers...
HEIDELBERG—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
HEIDELBE.EG-Wznxsrnii. Before Mers.M cAxrthnr and Smith. Fred Barkhamp, who was bound over to keep the peace towards his wife, at a recent sittings of the court, summoned his wife Bridget Ba:-hamp for unlawful assault. Adjourned for a week. Wm. Mauly, for having unregiatereddoga in his possession, was tined Gs with 28 6d costs. A man named McLean was fined 7s 6d for being drank and disorderly.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
Funerals furnished by W. G. RAVEN, tU*2. e r t a,? r, At PRICES LOWER than any house in Victoria. Note the address: 203 4 205 SIMITHST., FITZROF. CITY ENGINE WORKS 23 STANLEY STREET, COLLINGWOOD. BURLINSON & WISEWOULD ENGINEEBS, &c., ]akers of all kinds of Brewers' and Fell mongers' machinery. -All kinds of Repairs done with promptitude and cheapness. GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED Manufacturers of Boiler & Steam' Pipe Coating Composition. R. SIMPSON, WHOLESALE CONFECTIONER Wellington st., North of Reilly st. The Trade Supplied. CHEAP Roofing Iron, Spouting, Ridging, Cast & Galvanized Sheet Iron of every description. VICTORIA IRON WORKS, Corner of STEPHEN & LONSDALE STREETS, AND 14 LITTLE COLLINS ST. EAST. Just Published (BECOND EDITION.) Prophetic study of the Signs of the Times ; England's Mission; Russia's Destiny and Final .Overthrow; The whereabouts of the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel. BY Professor HALL, M.B. To be obtained at any of the Bookse...
MARIE, an Emotional Story. (Adapted from the French of an anonymous Lady Writer) SPASM XI. RELIQUIÆ.—continued. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
MARIE, an, Emotional Story. (Adapted froma ,the French. of - an anonymous LadyWriter) SPAsx XT. i BELIQUE.~'-ntinded. : Tq ,be happy with you npar me, to bet falthfuI to you far away, is all I wawntt;I accept it asnmy destine My love for you will not- depend on yours for me. To be true to you in life or death, to live with you by my side will be my greatest happiness, to live for you in your absence, longing for your .presence, I- promise you most solemnly." We returned together. to our home, chatting hopefully, and talking ,of the happy time to come, -when, as man and wife, we should be united in the closest bonds of love. And-my father seeing us approach, laid down his pipe, and came greeting us with" a -kind and cheery smile. Then,. seated round the fire, partaking of our evening meal, Charles, in his bright and.winning way, asked him, without any prelude, but bluntly like a sailor, to give him to me for his wife. "You do me honour, Mr. Charles," my father said, "my daughter- can...
The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.'-:;== SAT URDAY.' JUNE "15. 1878.1 T"HER is?scarbelya 0ocial movement now in prog s that we would more ardenitly support, than the-one which is generally known by the nanmei'df ,tiiei Early.Closing.Movement. So much. has appeared in almost every journal ingthe Colony in favor of the movement, and the Early Closing Association has been, so incesant i.` its efforts to-keep its claiina before the public, that it is well-nigh` sujei ous to=repeat them. ut, ini thes', bustling'times, men are u rgedohsoimnpetuously in the pursuit o£: wealth, that they require. It6 be fcguently reminded that gold is not thIe' only.thingthatis to be sought for, even in this world;i Ask the merchant who, aftrliving for "years -in a state of constant tension through his effbrts-to ixncrease his business, but has at last succumbed, and is now ,abut to take his -last leave of his counting-house ask him what he now- thinks of the constant attention to business, .bnsiness, business--with...
THURSDAY HALF-HOLIDAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
THURSDAY HALF-HOLIDAY ASSOCIATION. The inaugural concert in connection with the above association was held on Thursday evening last, in the lPitzroy Town Hall, and despite the inclemeocy of the weather there was a good attendance. No effort had been spared to make the affair a suc cess, as evidenced by the erection of a pro scenium, and its necessary adjuncts. Owing to the absence of some of the performers at the commencement of the cmncert, the pro gramme was departed from, consequently many were in a state of uncertainty as to the name of the artist, or the piece being performed. Mr. W. Hart was the first to come forward, in the song Bonnie Scotland, I Adore Thee, and was well received. In the quartett What Beams so Bright, Messrs. Connar, Fitzgerald, Hailes, and Peacock appeared, and being unaccompanied, af forded an excellent opportunity of listening to a well-executed performnance, all the marks of expression being faithfully ad. hered to, so much so that in answer to the conti...
VULCAN'S VASSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
i UCANS VASSALS. 'ALTHOUGH Vulcan takes firm hold of any district in which ,he plants his `standard,' yet he frequently changes his place of grasp. Several considerations, such as the exhaustion of. the fuel .that rives him breath,- the using up of the raw food on which he feeds, and the changing requirements of his patrons, force him to remove his hold now and again., And thus the seat of his king Idom has moved northwards--irregu larly" and slowly; and now the seat is in what was only a score or two years ago the unknown district of Cleveland. Out of that type of the good land of bld, "whose stones were iron," there has throughout that score of years been an increasing .quarrying .of ironstone; black :ind costly indices 'of 'prosperity, smelting furnaces, have b'en planted aliEgthe side of 'the nearest iver ;and the eff.ect on: the district and on other: trades~as.,bee. incalculable.t The, coal trade has willingly contributed fuel in vast proportions, and the lime quarries of Durh...
SPORTS. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
SPORTS. CRICKET. The Australian Eleven have continued to secure brilliant victories. They have beaten eighteen of Elland, and will score'a win against Battely. In the former match they made 175 runs, 90 in the 1st Innings, and 85 in the 2nd. Boyle was the most snuccessful bowler in the match, getting 11 wickets for 12 runs, 7 of which were ob tained in 8 balls. In the match against Battley the Australians scored 160 in their first Innings, Horan contributing 50, the highest, says the Argus correspondent, on his side. The Eighteen lost 10 wickets for 59 runs, when the game was drawn, owing to the inclemency of the weather. The following are names forwarded by Renter to the daily press of the cricketers who are to represent the Gentlemen of England in their forthcoming match against the Eleven Australians. The three Graces, two Lyttletons, Lucas, Gilbert, Hadow, Buahe, Strachan, Willey. HURLING. To-day the Collingwood team play the Prahran at Fawkner Park. Collingwood will be represen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
ifMercury isajmulished every aSaturday J Morning.. P~~son wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their place of uasinen or residence will be charged ls.per quarter, payable in advance; by post Is. 6d. per quarter. The quarter commences onthe firatSatur day in: the months of December, March, June, and September. The Editor will be obliged for' inform ation-more especially relating to local matters. 1 .. ". _ SCALE FOR ADVERTISING.'. Business Cards, pekqua;rter from ? 7s. 6d. Official'and Election Advertisements, each;insertion, pei,mi "' .:. 2s. 6d. Want places, Serivants Houses and Land for Sale or to Let, Articles Sfor Sale o-'r Exchange, ~ ?-is-el -"" laneous, Missing Friends, &c., Os. 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths, ?n-~ 1'To n om . Not o" aiiA ,. M f.?,l, sft.--. be .iv.n i writing.. ?HE/rary can be obtained from any of 1 thei following agents :-Sabscripti6n- 1s per quarter. G. CAnNzL - . - ;.:. 167 Smith street. Mrs. WooDna7is.i 9.Brni6.B ik street. Du?m'&a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury and Weekly Courier — 15 June 1878
DURHAM HOUSE J. CURRY, TAILOR & . HABIT. 'MAKER ,79'. _`481 SMITH ST., • - . - E. L ..' R. KERSHAW. Family 3rocer and Provision Merchant SLANCASHIRE STORE,: RODDLE STREET (corner Gipps street) Families waited on for orders. Eggs and Fresh Butter from best dairies. I TELL:-U THERE R No Haircutters to equal PROFESSOR HIGGINBOTHAM. T. HIGGINBOTHAM, 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. Haircut and shampoo'd T. HIGGINBOTHAM, 195 SMITH BTREET, FITZBOY. All kinds of Fancy Pipes, etc. CHAS. MOORE, (Late of Collingwood) CQaxrver G-d1aer,. Picture Frame Maker, 114 Lonsdale st., opposite hospital, Melb'ne. Re-Gilding, Map Mounting, &c. mRSaRICHARD DAWSON TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE, 280 NICHOLSON ST., FITZROY. . -.. . And at. . NICHOLSON & ASCHERBERG'S ...