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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 July 1875

WINTER DRAPERY I am now offering an unusually large stock of EXCELLENT GOODS, Suited for the present weather. The Dress Department is fully supplied: J, Carpets, ditto. ,BLANKETS & FLANNELS .I offer .Geelong Blankets,. most excellent, fine wool, and ,not by any means high in price. .I offer Ballarat Flannel, well shrunk, better valuie than the imported article. MOiURNING GOODS , 'EXTRA CHEAP. Crape;:Enolish and French; Black Merinoes ibnd Barhthias; Black Russell Cord;' Black Lustres, &c., &o, BLACK -KID GLOVES, System, Josephine, Franoie Calvea, of Paris, and other good Gloves, at Bs. perl pair. MOURNING.BONNETS AND HATS At. ' very reasonable prices.' , M A.RK FOY, COLLINGWOOD. . ... ANSELL, ~E O T I lh K.A,'EE ED 3ER, 3'6 SIMPSON'S ROAD, North Riohmond. Ladies' and 'Gentlemen's Boots made to order. Stock of English and Colonial Boots on hand, Repairs neatly and cheaply done. ' THOMAS SMITH, WHOLESALE BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER, Saokville st., Collingw...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. THE COLLINGWOOD ELECTORATE AND THE LAND LEASING QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

' , S ,COR);RESPONDENCE. Weodo.not nocessarly endorse the opinions of ourl porrespondents., THE ,,,COLLINGWOOD ELECTORATE AND THE LAND LEASING QUESTION, i ' iTO'TTHE' EDITOR OF THE MEBOURT. Sir-Being one'who altogether disagrees with 6tirlocal 'members on thid important subject; 'and who,' with not a few, of the working mien of this district, feel that .e. are inlsreprosonted, as vide meeting at' the Studley Arms, on the 9th inst. It is already bearing fruit,'as a goodly'nimber arei now offering' tod' commence a fund to pay the expenses, at any future election of the district, of a bona fide working man, sound bn this and other important" questions. (Three names' have been suggested, and if a,man of the stamp of the late Mr. Don is conebatable, there is a very good prospect of the working men rallying round him.. lThe leasing aiid land taxing are to be the questions'thlit will decide the electionis in this district in future contests. I believe offers of money are being already made...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLINGWOOD, FRIDAY, JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

COLLINGWOOD, FaIDAY, JULY 23. Before Messrs. Walker (Mayor),' W. Kidney, and Bowring. Charles French was ordered to contribute 10s. per week towards the maintenance of his wife. Georgina Aeford, for drunkenness, was cautioned, and discharged. L. J. Wichor v. W'. Bulgor.-Claim for £9 15s., for work and labor done, and materials supplied, at Warrandyte, near Anderson's Creek. Defendant disphted the price charged, declaring it to be excessive, and called Mr. Austin to sustain the objec tion, but the bench awarded a verdict for the amount claimed, with 5s. costs. Dyall v. George Billiar.-Plaintiff ob tained a verdict in this case. Dyall v. Lamprey.--Verdict for £2 4s. 9Dd., with 6s. costs, to be paid by 5s. weekly instalments. E. Hudson v. S. Irwino.-Verdict for .£1 9s. ld., and 5s. costs, for rent and goods. Maloombo v. Maurico.-Verdiot for .£1 4s., and 5s. costs, or, in default, immediate distress. Henry Swallow, for allowing his horse to run away in Victoria Parade, was fined 6s. The...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAR CLOUD IN EUROPE. (NEW YORK HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

WAR CLOUD .IN, :EUROPE. , NEW YORK HERALD.) ?,t i" Although 'a case for war cannot be seen on the European horizon, there" are, no 'doubt, many inimical signs that an' overburdened-brain- might torture into threatening saect es. Perhapsdltei 'conifejoene of tlhdl?Vp ror of Audstriiiand ~ lle King of Ialy"is more political tian;hahasbeen, given out; and now wei' learn, aliso, that the pro gramme by ihich the . Emperor William was to have 'gone 'to 'Italy has been changed, and that visit is given up. Are' ' tle 'kiridly' relations of Austria and Italy brought abouit by the pressure of common apprehension? They would not dare just yet to make the true cause of their kindliness known if this be it; but it is. pretty clear that the .aggressive tendencies of the northern Power have some relation to this effect. Prussian remonstrances, it is well known, were made at'Rome on the subject of the Pope, and it was suggested to Italy that the law of, the Papal guarantees, was too liberal towards...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEYOND THE GRAVE: OR, SPIRITUALISM REVEALED. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

BEYOND THE GRAVE: . OR, SPIUTUALISMI REVEALED. aeing a sequel to "Lazarus of Blethany." An original Essay by ANDREW TIMBIRELL. No such principle could be expressed; therefore, the miracle was a mere out. yard and dead form, without animation com any spiritual principle of life whatsoever. Heller's illusions are gimply a reflex, so to speak, of those diabolical arts known to and practised by, the necromancers, magicians, and qorcerers of Egypt; by Elymas and lSy Simon. There was, and is, nothing spiritual in them. The Wizard of the South may astonish his spectators by fhats of legerdemain, and perform apparent wonders; but were we initiated into the mysteries, we should dnly be astonished at our astonishment. JUnqtestionably, there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of ip man's philosophy. Our spiritual and imperishable principle is enveloped in a imterial and perishable covering; but, as when wo put off our wearing apparel, and assume our natural condition, so shall...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

·ihriflto Goxz O oe ee. u . . . ., } , " , . . . i,- • " ' , , COMk1VER'CIAkl BANK OF, AUST ALIA, LIMITED. COLLIN wo OD "BRANCH:'', The business o. this branch. is now con ducted in. the; ... NEW. PREMISES. .246 & 248 SMITH STREET. S EDWIN +TOWLE,' ...*. . .o*anagr 'OLLINGWOOD:POUDRETTE(Gdano' and 'AMMONIA' COMPANYi(Limited .Registered: Capital, Nomj}iai 70b0. In 7000 shares of One pound. Pa odiints 2s. Od. on, application, 5s. on allotninit, and liable to 'calls of' 2s. 0d.'?dr month as may' b .qeui.red:) ' - i ; " . R ' !. - . U ( rospcotu?os, testimonials, and rules Pay Do hi?d t'oflee'ocoe,'ovor No. 1 Collinsastreet east. This company is formned to carry out in the aboy'?.distrib? thel~pjtented process of Messrs. Hesse and Rummelr for dis posing of??ndJ utilisiisi. asninialeioreto as nght( soil, &c., for the towns of Collingwood~and Fitzroy, "iurd& coriiraot with th6 dcal councils and a lease frbm'the brown. Ten. ders have beeniaccepted for the works. The...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

COLLINGWOOD, TiFseDAZ, J iLT 0. Before- Messrs. Templeton, 'P.M.; Walker (Mayor); W:'Kidney, and Ead. : 'Albert'F~irthorne was brought" p'as a neglected "child. "Maria Fairthorne;:the mother, proved that she was. a ,idp0wwith six childrenj,the eldest of whom is fifteen years old. Th'e.boy before the courEt is hlie son, haviiig been born at Dayloesford. He would not attend school, and was 'beyonid her control, The boy, was sent to the Industrial School, Caurch of England denomination,, and to be detained therein until he is sixteen years of age. James MoKellar was fined 5s. for drunkenness, or, in default, twenty-fout hours, . Two lIds,. named respectively William Anderson and Wallace, were. charged with insulting beiiiviour. Oh Saturday, '10th' instant, a gentleman reoidin 'in 'Vere street directed the attention of a constable' to a disturbance then going on at the corner of Hoddle and Gippd streets, and when he approached the locality he noticed some men fighting, and a crowd of ab...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY; ,Labor Omnia Vinit , : 'TO CORRESPONDENTS.. Rejected communications cannotl be returned under any circumstances whulever. No notice can be taken of anonymous cont. 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. To avoid inconvenience and delay to persons interested we have to request that all business communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad, dressed to GRIFFITH & SPAyeN, and not to the EDirrou. ADVnrTIea ssME ern, in all cases,' to be prepaid. Letters and other communications intended for insertion in: the news columns should be addressed to the Editor. . . . . .· III· ·

Publication Title: Mercury
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SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1875. AUSTRALIAN GUANO. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

SATURDAY, JULY. 24, 1875. AUSTRALIAI GUANO. THEmRE' exists every probability that a very' profitable trade could be derived from 'a more critical siirvey j"ad e'x. amination of the numnerous islands which,aibound in ,our Southern ocean. :The, eastern seaboard, of .Queensland, dspecially that portion of it lying north of Rockhampton on the 'Fitzroy river, is positively'studded 'with' uninhabited islaiids, which for ,innunierble ages,. have been. the secure and exclusive resort of sea-fowl, and it is surprising that the greed of 'gain, which is so powerful a characteristic of this gene. ration, should not have been excited sufficiently ,as 'to' cause a particular exploratloii of their deposits. As a manure, guano 'has b6e?i knqwn and used in Peru from the remotest dates of'the earliest records of that. country, long prior it may be presumed, to any written history; and 'so highly was it esteemed in ancient times that an old Peruvian law made its ,removal from the coast, or the destruc...

Publication Title: Mercury
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GOOD TALKING. (BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

GOOD TALKING. (nr.AoKwooD's MAGAZINE.) A young child will not take up books . ritten for grown-up people if it can be amused at easier rate; but it is at the most susceptible age for catching sbund and rhythm. It can be touched ahd charmed by a beautiful style, and be keenly alive to the happiness of a qtaint or felicitous or exact epithet, alhen driven to our classics for leisure r ading, and never lose the impression. I is thus supplied with more models b fore it knows what a model means. Ii the age of "endless imitation" it b 'oods on things good to imitate. Its e r becomes familiarized with sounding vell-balanced sentences, in a very d flerent sense from the acquaintance f rced upon it by the study of analysis o" sentences and derivation of words, a w becoming a necessary part of e ucation. From such tension of ind the child now relaxes over- story an ter story diffuse with vapid dialogue, o ado naturally pungent through lavish u o of all the colloquialisms and vi6l g trisms of ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNCILS. FITZROY, JULY 21, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

COUNCILS. FITZROY, JULY 21, 1875. Thorn worn prnronit at the ordinary fortnightly mooting of the abovo council --Ili Worship thu Mayor, in thu -hair, Cra, Tuakor, Roweo, Woodhuud, Lyons, Mahoney, Dolbrligo, and Ewing. CUo.RR?IPOND NNE. Mr. A. Toll, Hulrtford Iionwo, wanted the nimo of thu Nlreot running north and Rsoth from Johnston struut and Chapeol stroot, bulwuuu 'oung and Naplui utr ut. Mr. A. Toll suggustud llurtfort utrout. Uefurrutl I - . Io Public Works Committee. Mr. Davis wanted a gravel foot-path in Webb street, Fitzroy. Referred, to Public (Works Committee. Mr. D. Robertson wanted permission to construct a crossing at Kerr street, and to brect a stable. Referred to Public Works Committee. The Towz Clerk of Brunswick requested the Mayor of Fitzroy to warn the members for the district against the supporters of the Southern Railway League, who were intending to oppose the Government proposals for the Outer Circle Railway. Standing Orders suspended, to consider the above. C...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

TOWN OF FITZROY. HE, PUBLIC are CAUTIONED against -,.paying DOG REGISTRATION EE?S to any,person except at the offices of the T'wn Clerk, a Roceipt Book having been stolen therefrom. HYAM HART. Town Clrk., Towi 'Clerk's office, 7th July, 1875. . .TOWN OF FITZROY. " TENDERS will:be recoived at the Council , Chambers, Napier-strooeet, till 5 p.m. on Wednesday, 28th enst., for-. Forming and pitching right-of-way ''souith of Hanover-street and west of ,Young-street. ' 'I, ,' "; Plans and specifications' at this offiee, The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. HYAM HART, Town Clerk. Town Clark's office, Town Hall, '22?: d July, 1875.:' .TOWN 'OF FITZROY, S' NNUAL -ELECTION. ' HEREBY give notice that, pursuiant to ithe provisions of the Local Government Act,,.1874,, the Annual Ordinary Election' fob three (3) councillors to fill, the vacancies in the Council of 'the Town of Fitzroy, ca'used ' by 'the retirement, in' rotatiota, of Couinillors: 'Delbridge, Knoen, and: Robb, will be...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

WINTER DRAPERY I am now offering an unusually large stock of EXCELLENT GOODS, Suited for the present weather. The Dress Department is fully supplied: Carpets, ditto. BLANKETS & FLANNELS I offer Geolong Blankets, most excellent, fine wool, and not by any means high in price. I offer Ballarat Flannel, well shrunk, better value than the imported article. MOURNING GOODS . EXTRA CHEAP. Crape. English and French; Black Merinoes and Barathias; Black Russell Cord; Black Lustres, &c., &c; BLACK KID GLOVES, System, Josephine, Francie Calva, of Paris, and other good Gloves, at 3as. per pair. MOURNING BONNETS AND HATS? At very reasonablo prices. MARK FOY, COLLINGWOOD. G. ANSELL, 33C> 4:30 -M a:EC) 35R, 96 SIMPSON'S ROAD, North Rlohmond. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots made to order. Stock of English and Colonial Boots on hand, Repairs neatly and cheaply done. THOMAS SMITH, WHOLESALE BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER, Sackville st., Collingwood, Hawkers and the Trade supp...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, JULY 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

POLICE. FITZROY-MONDAY, JULY 19T1. Before Messrs. T. Kidney (Chairman), Kneoon (Mayor), Marsden, and Jonnetts. Two drunkards were dealt with in the usual manner. Agnos Honeyman was charged with larceny from the residence of Thomas Payne, an engine-driver, of Nicholson street. Upon his return home on the evening of the 8th inst., he discovered that his bed-room window had been broken, and missed several articles from a cheat of drawers, consisting of a suit of boy's clothes, a shawl, and a scarf, On the fol lowing day he reported the occurrence to the polico. The prison r stated that she obtained the shawl from Annie Payne, daughter of the prosecutor, in consideration of promising to pay for a window which had boon accidentally b:oken by her when she was ondeavouring to chop some wood with a small axe. Anniu Payne, however, denied that statemeont; and Mrs. Goodrich, of Wellington street., wife of a pawnbroker, proved that on Wedueaday evening, lth instant, the prisoner procured 4s. a...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

GENERAL NOTICE. TIfIE Mercury is published every Saturday J Morning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged Is. per quarter, payable in advance; by post le. Gd. per quarter. . The quarter commences on the first Sat urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. The Editor will be obliged for inform ation-more especially relating to local matters. SSCALE FOR ADVERTISING. Business Cards, per quarter, from 5s. Od." Official and Election Advertisements, each insertion, per inch ... 2s. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and :Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for Sale or Exchange, Miscol laneous, Missing Friends, &c., Os. 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths, and Marriages ... ... ... Is. Od. To ADvERTIszis.-Notice to withdraw advertisements must be.given in writing. HE Mercury can be obtained from any of tho following agents i-Subscription Is. per quarter. G CAB:NE? .. ;.. 167 Smithstreet;. Mrs. WooDnur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

TPrado Adcrtisezoos ts. H ' J. C L:AR K E',. s, Wholesale and itetail : CER. PROVISIONMAERCHANT 0RIoi3RUNs WICK ST.,;i'ITZROY. h Butter and, Eggs daily: Families ? . waited on for Ordorar. Steam Cutlery Works, 225 & 227 Brunswick st., Fitzroy. J. GRAYSON &. SONS, and Toli of eevery description ground and 'sot. All kinds of damaged tools cleaned. All orders punctually attended to. COLLINCWOOD ZINC AND GALVANIZED IRON ,WORKS, & KEROSENE OIL & LAMP DEPOT. .Established 1853. A. P. ALLAN, Plumber, Gasfttter, Tinsiith; & Bath-maker, 202,& 204 BRUNSWICK ST., FITZROY, (i·fth door below Moor Street) AS always on hand and made, and fixed to order, a well-assorted stock of Cor rugated Iron, Half-round Spouting, OG Gut tering, Ridging. Piping, Water-heads, Shoes Chimney Pots, Baths, &c. Also Kerosene Oil (best brands) Lamps, Globes, Chimneys, Shades, Wicks, and everything in the trade, wholesale and retail, at the lowest remuner ating pric...

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"THE BETTER MAN THE BETTER SOLDIER." (LONDON DAILY TELEGRAPH.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

"TH1E BETTER MAN THE BET TER, SOLDIER." (LONDON DAILY TELEORAPU.) There was a time in England, and in other countries when a religious sol dier was considered a contradiction in terms. It was reported that the Duke of Wellington had said, "the worse man the better soldier." In his day there was a certain truth in the remark. During the Peninsular war our troops frequently stained deeds of daring by acts ofplundorand licentiousness. It was never understood that if the men took a town by storm they were free, not only to put the garrison to the sword, but to treat the unarmed inhabitants with unrestrained brutality; nevertheless, in practice, even discipline could not check the profligacy of uneducated men inflamed with a hard-won success. The soldiers who could be tempted to face death by such prospects of grati fled ruffianism were certainly not good men in any sense of the word, and we are not surprised at the old traditions of the service which considered that religion was out of ...

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LANG TAM TAMSON. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

LANG TAM TAMSON. BY THE AUTIIOB OF "MATTHEW MOiIISON." (PROM TIE " LEIBURE OUnlR") But. no such busy scene presented itself inywhere.to us this afternoon as we walked, along the,hilltops, towards that portion of them pertaining to Mr. Telfer's farm. It was a mild spring like day, though we were in the heart of winter; and we were so fortunate as to find Tam sitting quietly alone on the Aheltered side of his favorite knoll, with his dogs, as usual, lying at his feet. Both my mother and I delighted greatly in-the fresh breezy air of those green hillsides; and in the sense of calm dnd sweet solitude which they created. Not that they possessed the actual loneliness of being far removed from the neighborhobd df men-there were farmhouses and cols in their vicinity; but so shaped and arauged were these biills as to make this impression upon the mind. Green swelling slopes, with rounded summits, appeared clustered together-a tumultous, undulating, grassy sea-when once you had sur mounted th...

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FITZROY—THURSDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

FITZROY--Tiiun?ny, JULY 15. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M, Kneon, (Mayor) T. Kidney, and Marsdon. John O'Rourko was remanded until Thursd y next, to answer a chfarge of drunkenness, disorderly conduct, and un. lawfully assaulting Mary Purcell. Another man named John Pottitt, was also romanded to the same date on a similar charge, pro ferred by his wife. Ford v, James OreovoA i--Fraud summons in which the defendant was ordered to pay £.1 Is. 2(,, and G5s costs, by instalmhnnts of 5s. per week. Fanning v. Searl.-Wihen this eane was called the clerk of the bench intimatud that he had recelved £11 on account. Mr. Edwards, jun, appeared for the defendant. TIhe ase involved the restitution of pro portl.y, inchlading a harp, which plaiutii at irat valued at botween .£50 and £.00, but afterwards in reply to the clerk of the bouch, contradicted herself and roprcsuntod i it to be worth'g40. 'The property had been pledged by plaintiff's daughter, under the name of Millar, who *ould 'be twenty-...

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BULLEEN WEDNESDAY 21ST. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 24 July 1875

BULLEEN WEDNESDAY 21ST. JULY. The first meeting of this Council was held on the above date, present Crs. Tatham, Laidlaw, Smedly, Delany, Hoare and Kent. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT. Crs. Hoare moved—"That Crs. Tatham be elected president of this Council." Crs. Laidlaw seconded the motion which was carried unanimously. Cr. Tatham took the chair and briefly returned thanks for the honor conferred on him. APPOINTMENT OF SECRETARY. Cr. Tatham moved—"that Mr. Thomas O'Brien be appointed Secretary and Treasurer pro tem." Seconded by Cr. Smedly and carried unanimously. APPOINTMENT OF POUNDKEEPER. Mr. William Hutchinson poundkeeper at Warrandyte attended before the Council and explained that it would be necessary to have the pound gazetted as —"the Bulleen shire pound." The Secretary pointed out that it would also be necessary to gazette the scale of pound fees and to appoint Mr. Hutchinson as shire poundkeeper, after some conversation on the subject of the salary to be paid to the poundkeeper, ...

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