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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12th. (Before Messrs. Whitelaw, Oldfield and Pigden, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 15 April 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CARLTO\ COURT. 11\EhNESU.\, APHLh l2th. (Before 31Meur. \'hitelaw, Oldfield nil 1 ig. den, .s.l'. ' wancsrK .aD Isl ea:Iun*. Johu (Iallagher was ch:ugel with Ihingl drunk hnd disorderly. l'tiuecr p'cadet guilty, nlld said it nuas hie firt o. ence. Fined :., with the option ouf 1 hours "near eeutiun. IN?~ULTIN,, I111.tI C,,t.' Anne (;allagher,' wife. of the defend.nt in the last cse, was charrged with insulti:ig be harinur inl a puli: llace. Tf,.: triilence ciowtel that after .luoli (?l??ailler :.l bceen nrrestcd ane luckled up, Ani.: went to the poline tetn?iul and kicked up a .nle rou": - She was told to go away, hat in!stcal of doing so shle thIrew herself lown up? n the fotpoath and conllnenced to luse had luguage. The prosecuting coentabl stated that ehie had a little clhil inll her arns at tilhe tile, nl tlhaint hn locked her up. for the sakeIIC of the child. Fined 5s. or in default 2-i hours in geol. Altm ]Burke, another mlarried ouman, was presencted for ...

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FITZROY COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 13TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Best and Showers, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 15 April 1882

FITZROY COURT. TiiuIseD.r, APRIL 13T.;: (Before the Mayor, and Messrt. Best and Showers, J.l.) DIIUNK AilD DISOIitEIlLv. Brooke George pledled uilty to the above charge. As he hItl beeti oo? d up for seve ral omurs, the boech dlscharged him with a caution. Constable Crowe prsetlted. Jaines c ie Anof for a similar offence. P'roecutor de josiel that lie found the prisoner lying on the ootpath, at twenty mono tes ast oneor, on Th doa.ny mio eng., Dilschr-god with a tau Constablo Gorman prosecuted Stephen Leery for a sinilar olfence. In this case the prisoner w:a sitting on the footlpth in Nieh olson-stir?t. The. constblel told him to o home, antd pris r'rer pl.l that hle eas a cit izen who hadl paidd for making the footpeths, andl therefore considerel that he hiad a right to make iue of them. Fired) s. or in default 24 hotre ih gaol. Constable 1\steott prosecutoe Caroline Finn for a similar olfence. The constable fould the priseoner helplessly drink. ill a right-lof way offYolg.lstreet...

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A TRIP DOWN THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 15 April 1882

A TIPh' D1O\\¾ T'll': ]lAY. Iv I'st.nss:E SetI:ce?E. Fiing that too IImuch city life did not agree with m, ansul feeling the rnecteity fo: a oea breeze, I madle up miy mlid for a trilp down the olaw on Sunday, by the " (:hIlrn Crow," 1by 'the wa. n verv Plle ol cltl fortable little boat. - ,ty.ley morning ftend ile in not a very ple?anlt Isoo?l, for ai IrIy reades will admtlit tle early plarlf f unday morning, would not telll to ssin-ire h peLon with the hope of a pleasaent d:iy' e o:ting on thie bay. However, as nmy midi ?as made. up for the trip, mnu my araungemente . sallh as they were, complete, I ,determined to let neither hail, wind or swin deter ise from ennrrying out my intentions. It was not long after imy determinetion had been made, that I found myself comfortably ecated,'in a: nook on boar thile let, and stlnge to say, after the aspect of the early morn, the sun shining lrightly, and a goodly, number of plcnatur sekers oneboard. I had not ?imll ?eat ,I long, before w sta...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 15 April 1882

TIHE STAGE. The grand spectacalar drsina of "Youth" drew overflowing houses during the week, mud seems likely to draw for several weeks to come. Tle great defect of the piece has liten remedied, areequel having een addedl. This is an ilmensec imlipeverent, as it gives coherence and finish to the story, and people are no longer left to draw upoe their imangi nations. There is a nea e seeie by slesin ,u which it itself will amply relpay a visit to the Royal. Of the perfonrunce it unny Ie statal that Miss Flora Austend's delineationa of the character of Mrs. Walsingham is excellently rendered, while the Eve de 3laloisic of Mies 3lyra leilltle appreleoch scry ricarly to absolute perfectiion. In thie mall Irt of Leiatenant, aftesrarnls Captain Spartley, Mrs. lRignold, or, as she is known upon the stage, Miss Maybrook Henderson, makes several good points. Ir. Rignobl. ns Frank Darlingcon, is easy, iatmal, manly anl gen tleala'iy tiireughout, and as Rutterfonl, the chmin gang convict, Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 15 April 1882

AUGTLONIRI s. EDWARD LAN4I0I1INE & CO., OorzsTMELT ArCooOaERr. 7 RiUNSWICK S'ItI T?. FITZIOlY, H AVE tho undermenntioncd propertie. and boainmroro for sal, on easy terrs. Fitzroy, Hair-tlrr.s'ersaudlt" lsconcit It:rinrss, s: talishtced 15 years. Low rent. gpua tode. Two-storey brick house, 4 rnams and kitchen. Magio. Motel, 13 roonm, ingoing £250. Two nhop, ct dwelhrng, :3 by ii ft., £11 00. Land, Brnswick.strect, 19! y 90t., .£?20 per foot. Stone MHouse. Nictolson-strect, five rooms, stable, ;33ft. by 13'ft., £300. Grocery wood and coal business, rent, t2s., stock at valuation. 4'aod trade. Two two,-torcy hourr?, lurcorny and veran dah, Grreve-street, £i100. Fourr.ro·n ed horuoe and lard. in (George and Charles-streets, price £.150. Land in Ill-street., £10 tos. tr foot. Fatmily llrtcl, 1 nrmms, billianl table,, al otahlint". rent £150, five yrors' leoe. In. going £500. lou r atlt land. six rooms, Gorc.street, 19 by 139 feet, £600. Sumg cottage, 4 rooms; 17 Iy 104ft., £?50....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 15 April 1882

IMPERIAL CLOTHIING COMPY1., 143 BRUNSWICK STREET, FITZROY. A FRIEND TO THE WORKING iIAN AND HIS FAMILY. WIN.\G eomnmenctl business at tile lev address this Company intends to subtly. H the rsidents of this isstrict od tle srro?dillg Loanlitiea with rendy-lnade Cloth ing at Lowmt LRvrsT , than ever before attempted. Every article will e of their oun manufacture, STYi.E alll Wor MANtllsllp GCAIL\NTEED. The T.All.ooItl: IllRAsi of thle Ibusiness is ouiler tle supervoision of a CoMllTrENT CurrrE, and a perfeet lit and complete satisfaction may le relied on. In this branch also, a great rleduction oil rates crret elsewhere will bIe made. Strict attention will be paid to the desires and reqt?irements of custoimers, and the publie will find it greatly to their advantage to accord us their patronage, which one trial will prove. Boy's and Youths' Suits from 12s. 6d. I Trousers and Vests from 10s. 6d. hnickerbockers - ,, 5s. 6d.I Sac Coats - ,, 15s. Every article marked in Plain Figures. No a...

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FITZROY CRICKET CLUB EASTER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 15 April 1882

FITZROY CRICKET CLUB EASTER SPORTS.. The Fitzroy Crickt Club held their sporta in the dlinlburhgh (amnlens o Paster Mlonday. The attendance was not what the committee expected, nod of course tile tinaneial success eas, therefore, enoall. It is estimated that the total attendance throughout the lay olil lot exceed 5,000, if it equalled that. The ,use of this ill suceseis isto be fomu, we thihnk, in tlhe want of local pllieity, alnd if he local press were availed of on other simi. La occcnions, wre tlhink an improevenleot would have to bIe chroeielel. The recent tports of the Bicycle clul were got np much nore hastily and hail less attnractiatons, hut, tlhnrogh judicious use of the peoan, every possaible piildieity wes given, anit a tlhoroug suecd rsoulted. The iroagranmne in this in tance was a very fair one, and certainly neritedt a good attendance, and when tle rizes in the distribution of gifts are taken into considileratioin, tihe tancity of support is to Ie wonldered at. A goal ...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, APRIL 15th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 15 April 1882

SfitzErop Titp ftem. SATURDAY, APRIL 15th, 1882. We notice that the government intend to introduce a bill during the incoming session, to deal with" larrikinism and its cure. This action is the result of the conferences of magistrates convened by the present mayor of Fitzroy, Cr. Holden, and, no doubt the bill will embody the resolutions anived at by these conferences. The mayor and his brother magistrates certainly deserve the thanks of every citizen for the impul'e that has been given to legisla tion on this subject. The necessity for such has long been r.cognised and acknowledged, but through apathy, it was allowed to remain in abeyance, till taken in hand by the mayor. We are certain, that if the bill be constructed on the lines agreed to by the magis trates, it will be one of the most useful pieces of legislation that has been placed on the statue book for years. Although the subject was pretty well debated at the conference, still there were imany points closely connected and ...

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OUR STORY TELLER. THE GIPSY'S SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

OUR. STORY TELLER. TIHIK (llil8 HiICRIKT, "t AsWe rmea'dl it thie inmoo wsrn hlniig l ri ght nll clear ou tiw 0 ltolo toolle t tlipping 1 very rl' wilth He1 sot fsalln, lrl L?rtlktg verer dell nnd opposite opooe hIlo (.eef hA wllitle, rlrp n1ul warnllng, gre?tol it a? re rle withhn view, und then iIt li* JotillIl nll 01Mle IIWo lih llowl. 1e flnllri otitle r waeflklig o rel tl e? lathe auIlk ITii". t mI Wtll iid?wani IlowIly on olly the. E ttard tiolbray tine noh tpty. t11 t fllto were st Ioll or *Inr; :. Alm' 'l sinvenll lirone, bunta t o I dll sout itake Lsih tlt in drutlllt. o Itdl t . u pnli ial liltt nial lollow.' gll litellnig t th the ll l hollibe, bt "*Thaln we foinl ortllgeh the I elhtr a't it rTallp thiIit whll it'as iticnll e tie ll ei, I'le ?autilI glrl rhil, l tile lll, nlal ollr "1 1 wiell a lwatl lr owbr h ,' ol.d the ulift on o ranvee vhce,' 'tlg Iyon laoV trntvio i. l?atll thlt u ore hldledn t flun, lgn rigllted 1 tLr t' lgwurnnluloyity ullgilo not iply." iio wns fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

IP lERMIAL CLOTHING COMPY., 143 BRUNSWICK STREET, FITZROY. ,l FIIENI) TO Tll, WORKING IAN ANNI) 1118 FAMILY. 1tTiNil cooodlnled Isnhlo?n at t l aw olmo sid., thi s Colmpiny hotedh to soopplY l a t o tht soo trondg L.ooiles with romly.lomlo Cloth. II' lmgcr lll. of thise District non d tiro smantr dir.I s n their ,in J ,L 111110aan tho ona r ho loo ttl p.n . itocoy ,-l, utlil Iw of ol o l th r own nu,,~ ,lln'0, l Tl'....l 10 1 l.o,.0o1111' Uw.. ,oIoorow. .,+, ....... "i "°':ol tI' o Ilo'll" n IS Ilolol totll i , 'll'l."ix l nf ir Iou.'In . .. . .l+r 0l11 prl lrlot lit wlil coallo t ?ot l .ollo oy o eol I, i l htlf o I omoh 1a,1, gh" at ml e al alo ratesol c ulrren $t lsmeVll ero will e Illa u. tlrit attentiona. will Io pnhl to tile lesres and requI uomeInts ofI elRno rs, , aoll tlih rlil eioll fiad it greatly to their advantago to aecordl as thicr pntronngo, which olno o lo l prove. oYs and Youths' Suits from 12s. 6d. Trousors and Vests from 10s. 6d. nickerbockers ,, 5s, Gd. I Sac Co...

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THE SATIRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

THE SATIRIST. tim" .il 'ri',: . cu. 'umlln ll.ili| tulk t t?at i..l?nwl r fltor scan . rm titnt iiiicmi fihl I gimts htam Itmii a rolii'i O ,lif i cl?m ndit niii si amIject ]a.s ll fonilal th himiaariat i lgtler li:ll. A\t tlle llast ii?metlu of aii li iesl cllltiil Ithlu. ls lla crp.iit lll, Cr. W\\od imm imlltlmllUti i thim 'u lll?ct, lnd titrading(h ilnh nheily th k nc of this unlrtl i i nlatu iinilllls it htc a woam nt dC. i?[lbitmi toii tip i tIIItaio tllimg lllqlits totlllnt t him fei. it llid nlat ti lie, hi boll, the mill all t i le lire I of . ,r i o1 In e, gifted i with a loveni b ian dimpntlil oi the Ianiy if, tIat tihliv tiImtly llatti , thlI tri.iltof te1 hlltlrIIil o tU anxl.li Itious c1utretin y to tilt?ti all iteu l i m hnlu y itallt lllt o it iilimy n iii la imitllllnlll liltt llt ll IItii il tii minmll lllllut uollri wit II aitit? iir til thl io?luleili. ! thliuk im wlr ol axtuitrmnmtiiiit lmlllltl lt tmillllmtllia-liii; llt thi ll tsItllli, anlld carried ntll a 11...

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OUR STORY TELLER. THE GIPSY'S SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

OUR STORY TELLER. THE G.I1SY' SECRIET. "As we reached it the moon owas shining , rightand clear on th whole steno, tipping tl I very rie with its soft ontems, and e-stittg y srcry dell and opposite elope into deepl shadow. ".A whistle, sharp ,nud waring, grcetol nI as we Mile within view, a"il tlietl ta layv joitnl t nitlstlafe, lth folllw. We fosnd I ourselvoa walking imid s.-ittervil ius t?s an i sbtunted haIwthonts, anlt then pn.stll a uoundl 11 with n lllmp of towesrinl?-lrrne , all which imtpresel thcnl.cle.n- indelihly on ltoy ilaa gil?atil:.f Sl?a?nnd ,tawhray saw nothing ; his I thugh,t weren til iltellur. Woe elr otoernl t lirer. tut ttlt Ity did not take ut in thatr direction. He I- l ul s past sotle pits atnl hIollows glistening in thile tolllinl buIlt I otllenotie dark. "Tlhn we found ourselveh the cenltre of Ini grout, nulongt whlsn we notiet?l the qlueell, the isautiful girl Nia, the chief, am.l four ne'Tis well lI.lwe tl Mowbrny,' saiL the i chief in ' grave voiese,' ...

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THE SATIRIST. "Satire should, like a polished razor, keen, Wound with a touch that is scarve[?] felt or seen." [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

THE SATIRIST. li] .- rve.rr.n. In.n time iiieiniori;l ~g~t havIe liven ni nrecif nijchicf.nd il iu.ilect Ins af. fInl.l thle huinriient .greatier licl. .it the |?lat mlleetinl?g of ,or ]oIIc~al llccil the nulie;llce erept ip. C.'. \\'ielh.lnie iiitnrrhnhg- thie thme nulfrtuas:ate asinllll};s it ri'ihIteoutl wat'Sle. (r. $icwlrl tlnk ligp lte rlliilliig, mlid qiiite tihe iilnl deinif. l|nll, of yi,.tiil llien. inenti oiitlhn lime :Il, plinieinlimni of tinhe lmnlitiftl, nIt to have his loely Ilowtari, the rIrhlt mf tenderrnnicitudeini nill. niiis cnre, nulely mleenntc Iy thiee premnlitoiy rnginit we a tu llllh turllillll intlliire. le nies muir tlilly mnnulirntiiiel wit hi tin e otlher ieii cillur nill his indligsatiiin intlhmt ,y thei nplmintlmelit of allnitiuonal nuiitaneu for the inlsletCir. I thinik a wmr f extenlnier tionli nhoulll Ii c i oiiinnlemnl .cea lillsn t tile lutisnllce? nml cinrrinel out to the hitter end. I min,lne tlhit thelreihnn ]iiiell ii CiIiniime lit I exp?cun t...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. A GRIEVANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

ORIGOLNAL CORRESPONDENCE. TOL THE EIITOIC OIF THE FI'.17con CIr? rirC. .~ll,-Knowinig your journal is always open for tile ventilation of a griennlee, I makel Iol to trne it .as a tnLlinmo throughI whichl I olay give plblicity to the lialrdshipis of a hotly of no whooUse position, to iay the leknt, is trying. and to Imako a few cn?gl.? tions which itf carrioe out may teni to abolish the grievance celplhneetl of. I allude to tile 'us drivers who are compoelled to keep on their respective vehicles for 14 or 1 houllrs per day. unid arc provided with not tihe least everilg ovelrield to pr;tect them from the inclemency of thile weather. They are also leprived of tlhe ordinary day of root, Sundav; as they are requirdil to work. on Slllnday jlest the same as on ordiuary days, never getting, as is tile rule with pecsons whose occpation ecompels them to work. on thie ealbatll, a Sunday off: Combinled with this. their wnges are anything but goal in proportion to tile work. uow sir, I. will ap...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19th. (Before Metsrs. Craven and McMurtrie, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

I GAIu ONU . COUUIT. \\'WiilSSIiY, ArlIIL 19th. (Before Metsrs. Craveni and ilcMurtrie, . 'e.Pt.) · , . Augulsta ~ \illiams ias clharge with thel above e'olfee. .Fined is.; with the option: of 48 hours imprisonulent. ' • ILL D.A3MAIIA:oE. • Mininie Crawford, a young woman: with sa child in her' anrs, was prosecuted for.wi|" fully damagig plroperty. As the peraon. who li:l ivens tile woll inll cLnha did ot It in all appearance, the prisoner as dis-. William Clcmcnts, prosecutcd John ~.lar by' for a.eault. After hearing the cVidelnc the bcIIchheld thte ase to be provel; and fi ned the prisoner 10s., with the optioll of 48 hours in gaol. 'ONlV.S: LNIACtI.oi c.... . Constable Costclloe plrseentrl 1 Patrick Cleary for isakins use of obscene language in a public place. The evidence wan con elusive, and it was, elicited that frequeunt conmplaints' lhad pc'iouely linen made rn pcctineg lefclllanit'a "lanlgouae ini the -puhlic atrccts. Fiied ilOs., or 4S hours in aol. .:. ' ntt.vi:Ys n."vFri...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 3RD. (Before Messrs. McMahon, and Bennetts, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. F'ITZROY COURT. \Io.lNa y, A im:I ". l:. (IBefore Moess. lcMaihou, and lBennetts, .'°. P.) Jlolhn .likcous, Al.x otdr 'Mcl)onahl, adl Mnriat Londlrig.in, were charged with the aloe ollcoce. .linhkens ws cautioned and discharged, MIcl)onahl wso lifetd 2s. id., otr in dclflt. twenty-four hou.s, and Londrli . o 5s., with tLrn option of forty-eight hours in gnol. A femalle hitl, nallle ntlnownl, ?Vs rt landled for seven olays with a view to emnble the police to llake enlliries. INSUI.TIlN I: FIIu.IOUI:. A y|imt inat, .,;oadll .latnt-s ]homritv; ww." thargled with insulting loht:iour ito a piblic place. The evideoeo of IMr. Neil ;itolt, lieencee of the Castle lloiungtou lHotel, lIrumnwick-strot, wenrt to lshow that at lnlf past one o'clock on Satllurdy Iloruling tile prisoner and anlother yoong Illan were throw ing stones at the Hotel. 1ituess opeliel a window at|d told theml to stop, prisoaner wouldn't stop, liut contiuued to Ibhave in an insulting luluieor. \Vitnes...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

FOOlBALL. Tile ilrv. ,Inoiotw foo.timll club, o:rn theiur saw to-da~y, by pIryiug tile. Farulaa Uniou. Thc fulluuiuig iu thun .inuuiovs tbuu Thurke, Brunner, Culy, Cuuuings, 1)Ufiiui'. Muuuuti 1 utt, lelacun u:OdU, Wuý i i .Mliut gr. Mcnannl, Ilulliinaon, Thnrn; · and Webster.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 20TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Showers, and T. Kidney, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

(Ilefore thi alyor. and M?essrs. Showers, and T.1-iduoey, d'a.'.)" t Dhla Murphy and Maria. Mleats .were hvctol d ly chargedA:with the abovl e olfne. The forner was lined s.i. with the option of twenty-four hours, andl the latter. was fined 10s. swith the alternative' of -IS hours im prisonlllellt. Jamest Smith suralendered to his hail on a clhanre of hIaing unlawfully assullted his wife Mlargaret Smith. After hloring the, evidence the llenchll held thie te to ho prove nitd lineld the defendant IlIs., or in default three days in gaol. INSULTINlG 1:II.Ail:. John; Roberts and Ifelly farnle were blrouq^ht upon reanlod charged witlh insul tilng nlhaviour in a publlic place. Constnble esteott deposal tlhat ill conseqlence of tumtlerous complaints from the neiglbour hlnl,, he,at ntp.m on Sltday tlhcytl itust., wtclt to tile corler of Smith anll Rose-streets. TIheprisoner's and..from fifteen to twenyt other larrikis'had taken possesieon of thie footpath, they were silging sonm. an, throwin...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 18th. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Walker, Barnett and W. Kidney, J's.P.) MATRIMONIAL FELICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

COLLIXu?OODI COURT. TrnsI?AY, APR:IL ISoth. (l?efore the .Mayor, and Messes. Walker, Blarnett a:nd \'. Kidney, J.'.P.) MAvITIMUIrNtl.L FELI(CITY. W'illian Ji ilial ul '?s lbrought urp Io war int chairged with having deserted his wife, .uie Elilbieth 1cMliilani. Mr. Lyons ie p. petarid for the prosecution and inforniel tile iiench thatt Iis client a?is tle daughter of a very old resident of Collingwotnl, nad that nlsmt two yeas age sie married tile prisoner, who was a g.odl tiadesmll liand eoushl cn a £23 1s.perweek ; huet that hie wol not work, hut speint the mst of his title t thie hou:e of his brother, who had Itsely Ieconme a publieatI, and that thie prisoner spet whlt nney lie dlid lert in drinkstl , leaving his wifel nal child without meatn of support. The le rned gentleman having conspleted his statemenlt, " the eomplainsnt wen:t into the witnels box Ild depscllati she wias lar riei to tile prisoner oi:t ther. ith Septcmber,. ?ISS. Prisollcr wout l not worik; hIl woulh dress h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 April 1882

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