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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 9TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Field, Peters, Marsden, Levens, Bennett,Levey, and William Kidney, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

COLLIxfiWOOD COURT. Teancltio, MAY Dell. (Blefore Mr. Alley, 'P.M., and Meosrs,. Field, P'etcrs. Marclene, Lvee,; BIennett, Levey, Sande Willi am Kidney, J.1..) cDRUNK AlND IccOItOocKLY. Tames Smithi nod Charles Cooke was save. rally charged with the sbove offence. The evidece was oclushve, stl adthe prisoners were each fined es. withl the option of .24 hours in gaol. Avery dlissipalted looking old woman, named Mary Clark, was presoented for steal. leg a fowl, the property of Mrs. Adolaide I'ratlt. A liltle girl saw the prisoner take Oie fowl. The glrl told Mra. Pratt, who followed theo prisoner, ncd focund the fowl In her posseesloc. Prisonecr ccow pleaCled idrenkennes. .Seovel previous convictionsa were proved against her. The Ipolice magis. Itmte said that three imonths total abstinecee in gaol might do Iher goal ; it would give iher one to get sober. Sentenced to tcree mocte imprisoment. ,eccct Mary Ann James was chargcd with break. Inga window, the property of MIr. If. Chue. we...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. .MATCIIE PLAYED .LAOTOATUl DA., Fitzroy Alberts v. Carlton Orosvccoor. Thi mantollh was played at ,tlhe ltlioholut FPaddock tud rcaulted in a victory, for tlo Ifeiaorwho obtandct ono tnl, kiicked by Iornis, to tlhir op oIImnits nil, who sclonll got tle bnll aoro tlo In htnf way. For :ho wilncrn Clarke, Lonlibottoto . ,'robin, li hIr and Nelson played aeplondjlilly, did Amioll for tho losn .

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10TH. (Before Messrs. Oldfield, and Witt, Js.P.) NEIGHBORR'S QUARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

CARL'r01t COURT. Wr oSP.IIiA, MAY lOrt. (Before Messrs. Oldlield, and Witt, 'Je.'.) INgllOtmOOO QAitRItLO. Michael Crowoe . James Flanagan atul Janes Flanagan v. Michael Crowe, case aud .rus eael for aseaunlt. The parties are neigh. bours rosidlng In Corlwo Place off Dnen. mod.elstreet. Crowo deposedl that Flanagan insolJtlel i wile And daglhter, andil that irhen he went to remonstrate with him lie (Flanagan) struck witneas a violent blow In thle lace. Flanagan, on the othelr liand, do. poaed tlhat Crowe hlit him with a billet of iirowood; iad then struck him In the ear with a atone welnlihg aboiut 1ibe. Two witlesses were ncalledi, biut their evidence dhi not throw much light upon the cue. The hnle exhpressed tile opinion that tlhere were faults on both ailde. The lartics were eaclh iel?I 10s. with 2s. hIk. costs. A: ter dispsing of oin ejectment case the Court mijoernoe d at O.30.

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THE DWIGHT SCHOLARSHIP. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

TIlE D)WIGHT SCIIOLAItSIIP. TO TIle RlofTOR wP TInM FITCIOY ITY I'rIltF. Dear Sir,--My attention has been called to a paragraph in your last tauo referring to the above, and, as it might ho interesting to our realers, I willgive you some additional Informalon. 't In the Aga of toe 17tht 1871, an extract from Mr. Dwight's will appeared, in wlhich he convoyed all his estate, real lnd personal, to the trustees of the University, after re. serving a lifo interest for his wife. The iho. como from his estate he directed to he used in giving annual prizes of not less than £27 each; for the encouragomemont of learntng in nclent history. constitutional and legal history,' annd natural philosophy, or suchl ther subjects as tile trtstees might deem aldvatageoos. Tuhe Argens of Juoe 23rd, 1871, had a lending article on the subject, in which Mr. Dwight's geaerosity was highlly peaiied. It pointed out that while Mr. Dwight ws not alearned 'man; he poesessa l very mncoh entliuseism of the genline ...

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CHARGE OF BIGAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

01AGE OF IGfAMY. •At tm Flitzroy Court on Thursday Mary Ann l'ane, naged about thirtyfour years, wa hanrged witC having oamiltted'ligamy in mnarryin a man named John Smart, her lawful .inh manndlThomas-Iana Lane, being still living. Mr. Green conducnoted the pro.: eentloen, at.d thle prisoner wpn undefendled. The first wi,ltess called was Henry Cullhn, a contractor, realdillg in West Melburne, he deposnel that heo knew the idefendant for twenty yenars, nals know Thomnas'Isaa Lana alout fIlfteen ycars:' Wd present when thel intendant was married to Thomas Isnano Lane who is now in court, Thio marrinbgo 'ero miony was poer ncdil ii the houea of tile do. nhdnnt'n pareot.o on tiho 24th day of l)Decm her, 18118, tIe oatllting lcergymnlu being tie 'Iov. Clemennrt Lndiey.' Know a manl annoe1e John' 81natt. On tihe 5th July last vearwitneea wet.with Mir. Luna to Temple .aurt to meetitha daofeidat antd Iler fatheor. Mt tile defeautlt and John Snmart theare. Smart uidl he cmo h'' the pilace o...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO 'JUVENUS.' Per favor of THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

OIGOINAL CORIRSPOND ENOI, TO JUVENUS. Per favor of " TItR EDI0OR OF Tll, MrrtlOY CY C PRUs. My Frlend,-I am sorry if I 'glve offence, lut your remarks on prayer remind me of minny years yomuger t Ian Iam now. Some eelf.conuelted, very clover follow undertook to try 0n1 give several 0w0o weare Iaem blind, an idea of Color, anld after doing' hie utmost lhe asked one of hlpuplls whart lho thought the color red woulpl he liike. The pupil thought for a little while, and then said he supposed it must be something like the senud of a trumpet. So with man onld the subject of prayer.,, PrIyer Is the souli~ sincere desire " Uttered or ouixpreeodi The motion of a iiddle fire That trembles In the breast. Prayer le the hurden of a sigh, The falling of a tear,. The upward glancing of an ye.e, When none 0 ut Oral Is near. -Montgmnery, What various ihndrances we imeet In coming to mercy eat, "y e e ot Yet who that knome the worth of prayer But wishes to he often there, ' -Dodridge. I take it that I...

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THE SMITH STREET BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

TIIE 8MITII STREET BIURGLARY. At the Collingwood Court on Tiesdny, Charles Willllts and James Morl son were planced in the dock clharged with hrenklng into nod stealing from the shop of Samson Tartakuvor a quantity of watches and jvowel lory, valued at £300, Mr. Inepoetor Green proseucuted. The prisoners were undefended amson 'Tartakover deposel that he was a awnbroker, carrying on bInsnss at 82 mith.stroet, Collingwood. Did not reside on the premises. On the evening of the 25.th April Ioft the shop sneered, tine doer and windowebefng locked with Chubb'epadlocks. Noxt morning, in consequence of informnation received, went to tihe shop and fouanl that the doors had been opened, thle shop entered, nod n largn show cosen nemplilnt of its coll. tents. Seoranl articles han ieen taken out of the window. Also missed a carpet bag and an.overcoat. The list now produced. was ncorreot listof what was stolen from the shop, with the eoxception of two cigar holders. Thl witness hero identified th...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MAY 8TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., the Mayor and Messrs. Marsden, Robb, Showers, Baven, and Bennett, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

POLIOE INTEILIGMINOE. FITZROY COURT. MO.IeAY, MAY 8Te. L (lofore Mr. Alloy, P.M.,;,tho Mayor., and leesrs. Maerbid, Rolhb, Showerrs, Il;en, ?itd llennett, Js.) ' A ?IaNK AND DISoRIfliLe. ,u fll{l1rt Whlte pleaded gulty to ht ving obn drunk ando d niordrly.. lie we, cau. ISoU eTtl y nuArtun vn. . , ?ow lorrikins, unaled respectively. .John Qilck and Alfred .lones, wore charged, witlh ilaciltlg a bohlciour In a publio placuo itLh in tmt to provoke a brooch of the pncue.L The onidenco of thle polucr wa? conclhive, n ld as tl!h Irlnso arsl baa linl before th e Court on eorver lpro?iouo ensoions; tloy, wor, nec' linedl £, with the altenuttive of ctwo oanthe liprleoncient. i ALLEIII(, Lua?ou.,' Slad oared lnelcorg Church wae b:rought uo plarged l'ith, stenling.a carriage lnamp, and tdso a.numbd of fowls. On the applica. tion of tihe polie, tlloe coewo.as.reoane?i till ThIresday. 'Ii uLLren. jicAnY. lMar( Ann Lane, on remand fromt tie City Court, Melbohurneo, wnr charged withlol gay. As tl...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, MAY 13th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

".9SATURIAY, \MAY 13th, 1882. MIM 1i7sandi its suburbs will short. ly wit cas a tw era in its street loco motion. For spjh jlti/? ts st(|l;Q 'll)-. lto have halo Ilfe l o eit a bill' dr'th?u' iu?!'cqct.q nand construction of traim win tTRfdjghl our streets, which the Melbourne :Tramway and OsMlfiie Company. propose to introduce during the present session of Parliament. This bill has been submitted to the ivarioitsnicipalities interested, and 'tlheii 'assent hlis been given to its intro duction, a few alterations only ihi 'tr beennadlo in the ori, inl prm\isosdn of the Bill. The corpb6tibf' hwhidi' thfie Bill'cbncerns most deeply ip t?Iat M1ilbhurne,an and as that ihas sMie it;,it is almost a certainty that theo Legislature will follw suit., The sub jecth l been the cause of very con sideiablo discussion and nowhere lias norelinterest been manifested thanh 'i Pitzrdy. This city was well to thle fte whest1ho project was mootelyovr t ,inar go, and no' it .i receoilni the I specitl atte...

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THURSDAY, MAY 11TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Marsden, Showers, M'Lean, and T. Kidney, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

(Before the 2Iayor; ad MIesera. Marsden; Showers, M'Lean, aid T.TKidiey, Js.P.) D E F. A? D DS V DISORDERLY. Patrick Danby. James -Robertson, Lizzie Lucas; and John Hodder were charged wit, tle above offence.:; Hodder, and Luea were each fined 5s. with the option of.twety-four honrs.. Danby and:,Robert n'o were. dis. CASESrqsLNwDED. `Ja?es Gibson,' chargcd'.withi having at tempted to commit suicide, and-John Smart. clhrged ,iith .having: committed perjury by nmak 'a; false declaration, were each re mantlel for seven day.i . George Church, on remand, .wa's charged with stealing a carriage lamp, valued at'£,' and there waasoecond.'charge ag anst hims for stealing a fowll r William Matthcws, a cab proprietor. gave evidenc to tlhe eff'ec that on Satclday.night his ,horse bolted in Spring.ntreetaned brought the cab into eol lision'with a spring cart"- Lost a lamp; The lhsp now produced was the onehe ot. Thought i i~ight havicfallenb 6it'at thetini -of the colliaion.- tConstablo i'Mahion ...

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MATCHES FOR THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

i a MMCIE FOR fIoitI D.tY. , Fitzroy Juniors -, Argylc.;?nniors tlini' a?tridlge, Burke, B?reilner, Cody, Clekncutn, Conlis, ;!Dfries,, Fonl, .Forrest,' , (eavcs, Hanunonl, Lanlley, Millus;,3uir. fllroy, Perkins, Robinson, Turner, Webster. ESner gnulci?n, Mills 2, Brown. " iirinnby v Stanleynni tllo rotuild bf the latter.'ornianby' tnnml:,--Dehnlrt (cnpjt),' Donald, Ellis, B.: Frceman,', Fitzgciald, Given, a Healy,., Haines, ;Hnron, eHagarty; Hirnt.Jannls, Kerrigaso Lidnjla', Mltboveri, i ,cNieol,'B l'iatlhan,'i.appiporl, . Thonas, Williomns.; Emergencies, Ewing, ,Withe? . SFitz.ry Alberts v. .'Twigllt on thle grounl of: tlhe formner. Alberts tseas,:--Andersoln (lnpt),'Clarke, Dns.li,-D'igMatm Gnoa? Na h. Harnison THsnberstohn, Itin'gbttnm. Toblhi,' Lsdh'enxlfLybns', MI orris1:i MHilLe rIMallonx' ?.aIon-°-,. lIanionn, Toinain", 'WlliiinJi: Einergenoien,,Raplmcl; Kelly, Day. Mem besrare hael-etd to meet atlto?e B.tiob HRy Hotel at half-pant to no clock, liarp.:; %

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 9TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Field, Peters. Marsden, Levens, Bennett, Levey, and William Kidney, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

:COLLL?GWOOD COURT. " TUESDAYo , d.Lr 9r . (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Field, Peters. Marsden, Levens, Bennett, Levey, and WVilliani idsiey, Js.P) :: . Jamses Smith and Charles Cooke was seve :rally charged with the above offence: The evidence ws' conclusive, and?the prisoners were each fined s.. with the option of 24 hbours in gaol. : ' A very disipated looking :old woman, pamed Mary Clark, wae presented for steal-' ing azfowl, the property of- Mrs. Adelaide Pratt.-A little girl saw. thle prisoner:take the fowl. The girl told-.Mlrs. Pratt; who followed the prisoner, and found the fowl in her possession. Prisoner now. pleaded drunkenness. Several previous convictions were provel against her. The police magis trates said that three months total abstinence in gaol might do hier good ; it-would give hier time to -get sober. Scntenced.to" tlhree monthliimprisonment. ; WILFUL DAMAGE. Mary Ann James was charged with break ing a window, theproperty of MIr. H. Ches welt. Prisoner a...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

--, sPORTING NOTES FOOThA' . ''"I _,_r'r PLAYEi t vLr.. A i. " i Fitzroy Albertoi.i Carltoe GE9;rooroor. This match was played: at :thto Richmond Puiddockandu resulteoin:ta; riotory for the foirmer;,ho ;obtained one goail, kicked by Morris, to their opponents lil, who seld3m got thle ball moi than half. way. For the -winners Clarke, Longhottom Tobin, lMiler and Nelson playel splendidly; as;did An.:ell for the losers:

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THE DWIGHT SCHOLARSHIP. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

STHEDWIGHT SCHOLARSHIP. .. TO TIE EDITOR O'rTHE FITR??OY'CITY PRESR,. Dear Sir,-My attention has been called to a paragraph in your st ituoereferring to the'nbove, and, as it might be interesting to nour riaders, I vWill'give you some additional information. .In the Age of June 17th, 1871; an extract from Mr. Dwight's will .appearel,.in which he conveyed all hins estate, real and i?ersonal, to the trustees of the University, after re nerving alifeinterestforhis wife. The in come from his estate he.directed to ho used in iving annhililprizes'of not less thaii £Zi eac, for the encouragement of ,learling in aneient histiry, 'constitational and legal history,, and natoraaliloosphy, or osnch 'other subjects as then trustoes mightdeei advantageouri" ,Thd Arg'us ofl t Jond'23nl, 1871, had a leadling article on the'sibject, in which Mr...Dwight'stgenerosity was highly Dwight was not a learned man, lie possessed very iuich ntlolsiasiii of the genine biblio maniac, and had?la "real fondness f...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO JUVENUS. Per favor of THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

ORIGINAL ..COR.RESPINDENCE. TO. . JU. ENUS.' . ; .Per favorof." :, d.. m TIol EDITee'OF T hIIE IM OY CITY ri d. - \My Frilnd;,-I am snbrr if I give 6ffinie: butsyour remarks odlprayer remind me of om'ethlng whicli~'halpe ned when I'was masy, years younger thn am now... Some 'elf-eonceited,: very, clever ,fellou?'undertooli to try and give several who were born blind, an idea of-color; and after.doing hia "utmost he asked one of his pupils what he thought the !color red would- he like... The pupil thought for a little wile, and tihen said he tnppoeedlit must :be somethings like' the' sound ofa trumpet.: :So with'man and the subject of prayer..,°;!.', - ::. P :aei is'thd' aol'siisiner desironer'e'ti Uttered or unexpressed,! I The motionof ahidden firoe ' , T m That trembles in the breast. Prsjer i$ebudhenof a sigh;"m! The'faIling'of a tsar, ; . Thi? up*i'idglaicingof an eye; When none but God is near."" :'." , -Montgomery. What carious hindrances we meet" In coming to a mercy neat, , ...

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THE SMITH STREET BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

.,THE SMITH STREET BURGLARY. ,-At the CollingwolcConnr, TofiTessdmyto eCharles Williams ad nd Jaiis orrison t ,er placed ind tise dodk charged with'hreaki?n into and stehliog from the shop of Samson Tnrtakssera uoantity of ??lhes and jewel-. leSy, valued at £300o.. Mr. Inspcator-Green rosecoted.e The prisoners werenndefended pamson Tartakover deposed that he was a awnhroker, carrying on business at 82 bmith-stroeetCollingwood. n Did not reside on the premises. On the eening of the 25th April left the shop secored, the door and .windows being locked with Chubb'spadlocks. Next morning, in eoscouenceofinormation received, went to the shop and found tlat the doors had been opened, the shop entered,. and a l3rge 'show:case emptied of its eon tents. Several articles had bees taken but of the window. Also miased a carpet bag and an' overeoat. The list now produced' was a correct list of what -was stolen from the shop,' sith the esreption of two cigisr holders.. Thewitneso here identified t...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MAY 8TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., the Mayor, and Messrs. Marsden, Robb, Showers, Raven, and Bennett, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

POLICE IINTELLIGENCE. FITZROY.COURT. ..IoDAY, MAY STI. (Before Mr. Alley, P.l., the Mayfor, and Messre Marsden, Robb, Showers, Raven; and.Bennett, Js.P.) DRUNK ANDV DISOIRDERLY-. , Robert White pleaded guilty to having been drunk and disorderly. He was cau tioned and discharged. LNSULRNGs BEAlIOUR Two larrikins. named respectively John Quick and Alfred Joucs, were charged With insulting behaviour in a public place with in tent to provoke a breach of the peace. The evidence of the police was conclusive, and as the prisonershad;been before the Court on neverel previnous oucaioens, theywere eals finedl £5, with the alternative of two months imprisoonment. . .. :. • • ..,dAL?EGED LAIiCEY.. A lad named George Church was breught up charged with. stealing a carriage lamp. and also a number of fowls.,1 On the applies tion of the police, the case was remanded til Thursday........ .. SALLEGED .BIGAMY.. ....., JMary Ann Lmne, on remand from the City. Court, Melbourne, was charged with biganmy....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

SThe- oloeo:coempctitilon of the proorot ageo has eca?ed xtensio adultoratiollo in almost every articlo of food, partielodarly in Tea. T'oeenireithe resildenlts of this distriut a pure,; wholueome anld delicious Tea at a low price, Mr. I.. ti'rrett. hao openeo tihe now proemlises just liehled.at 05 Gertrude street, jitzroy, as a Te andl Coffee Dopot, rwith a select r stockrofl Indialan and Chin Teas,' at prices from "s. to . per lb. Choice Ceylon Coffee, I.. l. per 1b. ,?ndila Chutloys, 3s;. d. per bottle. lie atks the publioc t gine tips a trial. [BAove.1 y.. BPEOIALO.OLrs - O ., , , , S'TAILOR AND OUTFI'IVI'E ,. 0O ITIRUDE STREET, Y. Ilin t rerelred a Spinetld Slook'et f olds '' h'tinlly ?c te tl for Itis olrder trde., •WOOLLEN, FOIl 'Il SIEASON. Inspection Inyitod, \ 7URNITUOREI FUltNITURE.I .L . FURNITURE ' '': o . hrtlie'Foas rI k. SNELL'S CHEAP FURNITURIIE WA'RE. " .: " 1 IhOUSE ,;.. . ' Intoiindagjrc hfr?rers of FRnR tor'owill fnd I drt'aatetoous to call on MrI SNE.LL wrho ls...

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FROM POLE TO POLE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

FROM POLE. TO POLE. BY Nxrrovs. A little higher up the street, we see a narrow alley, and curlosity inducing ns to venture up it, we discover a small asuaro, on each sido of wdeoh arc rows of rathor dilaptidated looking huta colpowsed of hm hoos laid lorisontally, tho itorsicesoa be. tween which are etopprd up iltch amud The roof of these pculiar looking fiovels aro thatclted over with long lenves. Upon ohkingRalmSnmrer thie rroo of this, ap. parontly anytlhing but aritocratio locality, we discover that we are looking at the fao ous Bambfo Square, one of the lowest tens In Calcutta, and a placew enjoying as unenv ablo a notoriety as the Bilking Square of Molbouro The fair--or ratllher dusky look. ing-delioea hoaving noticed our entrance into their precincts, begin to elaster round and poster us with cordial invitations .to enter their various dwellings. Thce of course weo tendfoetly decline to avail our. selvesa of, and at once cowucaeo a retreat, which Is not efoected without consi...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 13 May 1882

* THE STAGE. THEBATRIE ROYAL· 'Russsiauslt~is,' is thu play now placed on thie boarnls at this Theatre, It is a new version of Jules Vcrue's novel 'Courier of the Czar. The, plot' is this, a courier, Michaol Strogoff, is lchosen, on account of trustworthiness, to convey a clespathe. from the Czar to the Grad lDuke, isa brother, who is in a distant part of the Empire. Io ets out'in disguiseo and Is dogged on the road by Ivan Ogareif, wlho wishes to obtain possession of the despatch for the furtoer ance of ise ow0 ambitious designs. They come in contact soveral times without obeing aware of achi others blentity; btlcoventualy Michael Stregof is betrnyedto toe Emir of Bukhara Iy OgareirT who denounces him as a Russian spy, The Emir condcmns Ihim to lose his eyesight by hiaving a redhot swodl passed before his eyes. Ogareff having obtained the despatch presents ihoaself bofore the Grand Duke, as Strogoif, and succeeds in ohtoining his confldence, and is busy in making preparations for b...

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