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[?] INTELLIGENCE. [?] COURT. [?] MAY 25TH. [?] Haldon, Robb, [?] Showers, J's.P.) [?] DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

Y COWU'r, tooV, MAY Itf, arwden, Hohlen, Robb, Shmhwers, J's.l'.) IfoEno (nitoy, Alfred Sttphet aonf Arthur gvt wIth tis offenc. l r tnm l Inlmlted tIO. , of n t foursttt w fell. wr c ith ined s I ptl of 24 t. 7lcolitlo won ca00. fiol tf o il th nl o F f s tloi t ot ortffty to old. Alrtl t .foro, ttoittoot rolttg two hors sn . tvh .c? ith ocrotty. After f ti g thie l cl wi lel ol l t froold, noidt tttlitotot that foit tifo iclaf oof f xtjA, l or to tofoolt foortooti daoyo to *Cotoke city, ittyteut,11 flotofolool t). lufofoloy, tE.toade, f. ttooo, It. Joeos, %'nl. Stepllns awl lal.toos.Att, for dtftving tcros t f onrjegfototpaths. T'to tdoefototoo 'I'tf ffnfffo Ilf prsoecutAt, itllf vilft ff ty, .forgfff tlnfg, ..f supO t tf'ftsoff1 atdt I'roooto ft Ittty, tooot 1t110ow1f goat to otnder, aoot tlth'ooottavitn furtlottwinffyoowf to wa.ll ffer. tlffg, ovtg o fftft f0ot nppfyor, ff0 tifed fo. writf tOo. coott. 'Tff0 otter eftnflfttfttft Ier t e h lifftd °, ftft. withf 7. lf. coots. It tt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

The clodse LUI1I!Ktitiont of tl~e prevent ago Ills cnml-c1l extensiv~e aldlitect-ltion ill :111110.4 cry :uItide ,f fold p, tictl IarIy in Ien. 'r..enure tinrc nnidetes. of this -li4:inta pore, "-1uleul me lost 1 dllieionl Tea at a lowr price, \lr. \. l'tIttIt.tI. in n ninnmnd tim Inn yre""'~6 just liininin1 ait 1i. CGterntde Atrim Fitzroy imm .mmn Ie.111 Coffee' Dmlrc' t, with n sel t sh mik mlf imi iani CaindiCin Tenm, nt i.riim f mi m. to :is. Ipe 1,. Cmioime CeIylmn C:uff". Ii. lidm. ptr ibi. Imimimi Cimmitimmym, :is. lmlu.er Inittli. lie mimik tilu pullic to give lint tiil. [Atmi.] HOTELS. &-s. NORTH FITZROY ARMS HOTEL, RAE ANID RItIlD STREITS. First-clnss Aces?modation for Travellera. iltrer ever-ylive Illinutes to Spencer-street Station" W. STRONG, l'roprietor. PERSEVERANCE HOTEL, BRUNSWICK STREET. If:' CRACKEN'S lrizo Ales, and Lest I. lnds of W\ines antd Spirits always stock. Charges modcrate. 3ACCIIANTE WINE STORE. CAMPBELL ANDi CO., I-i' SiPRINNG STRIEET. MELBOURN...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MAY 25TH. (Before Messrs. Marsden, Holden, Robb, Raven and Showers, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MlosAY, MLAY. 2.Tit. (Refore Messrs. Manrsden, Holdlen, Rolb, Rlaven atnl Sowers, .l's.P.) Alexanler IcGee, Eneiia Golley, Alfred Jenkins, Joseph Stephens and Arthur MleKenna were charget with this offence. IcOlee and otlley were each finedl 10s. with the alternative of 4S hours, anld len kins and Stephens isa. with the option of 14 hours imprisonment. MIeKenna was cau tioned and discharged. Mr. Thotmas Miller, oin lmlalf of the noeiety for the prevention of erelty to nani ilals, proscetted Alfradl .John Richtanls for kuoioigly perolittitg two htroes; hits Iroperty, tole treated with cruelty. After a lengthenedul haring the Iench held the ease to Ie fully proved, and intimated that il their opiniol it was a case of extremell crnelty, and fined thie defendant "£., with C£2 2s. costs, or in default fourteen days in gaol. ('ITY INEIEI-rOIIts (riSes. M3r. Croker city, inspector snlllnlolsed I. V. HennRsay, . .Marie, \. Ilass, t. Jonee , \Wn.'Stepheons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

HOLLOWAY' 'II.LS.- -The diseases. conm mon to our rigotous climate which endanger tie constitution will always exist, though many may be mitigatedl and their etfects rcmoved by timely aid aplpoproately ap plied. Holloway's Pills are ackneobwlleded far and wide to be the most elfeetive puritier of the blood, the most certain regulator of dlisonlerel organs. all[ the safest and surest aperient that can be precaribel. This medli cine is applicable to all alike, young or old, robust or delicate : it increases the appetite amd regulates the bowels. After the disordler is snlehled occasional doses of these Pills will prevent any relapse, and moreover secure, promote, ad intensify thie gootl rresults which Ilow frontm prfect parity atl regularity. [Al.vr.] A great dilliculty, which mllost lparents of schoolchildren have experienied, ins to pro care gol, strong, lasting, conforlable coaer ing for the fet of their olfafsprlg. " A paci ality in high-legged school Imots is being niale by Mr. F...

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THURSDAY, MAY 18TH. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Showers, Best, Marsden, McLean, Stranger, and Thomas Kidney, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

'1n'iirisn.sv, 31.o. ISi.i. (Ilefore the nMayor and 3Isers. Showers, Best, Marsden, M'Leau, Stranger, and Thomas Kidney, .ls.P.) Iloo-\i1 -l IIIIll Flll. A youth belongiig to the rag and bottle fraternity, nanmed Willianl leilly, was elargedl with the above otleoce. ioe plended ?uilty, and as he hald been locked up several iours their worships orlered him to be dis charged. WvIFE IuaTln.? . 'lhomas hlenry Carter was blrought up hanrged with hIaving unlawfully assaulted hlis ife. M3r. Carter appeared antd sidl olie winltal to withcieaw tile charge. Pri soner assnred thie bench that if let oil" this time it wohld Ine dis lat appeanl nce in court. ilI waea niotioli n dili?ehr?ol. 'rTnIlon Fnooiir IT - litll4 l .lames (Giisln, who ha.l severa1 times been einllded, wle nolll brought p chllarged with thie aorve otfence. Constable lansinm leposed that oil tile .Ith April, in consequence of inforlation receimvl, he went to a house No. it2 Young-street, and found thie prisoner lying oil a Le...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17TH. (Before Messrs. Craven, M'Murtrie, Pigdon, Showers, and Lewis, Js.P.) INSULTING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

CA1tLrO1%X COUL1T. lIyt?-EII.Yi, M.i 17T1l. (Before Mlesors. Cavle, 1oM'3hlrtrie, Piidon, Showers, and Lewis, .Is. '.) IN.rI.TINl lAN1lli .l:I:. A young mariel wo n, amwdl ? E:i, Ardcher, loltoocll a yolnllo n ilo l?wed ltanoiah Flowers, for illitIg laigoaec. Tihe cwolulaioaut delepucd that ticoin the date ?;ll11 .1 ill tile hlollllllolO s .lefemllant mTalle to ihe-i hole 11n11diIioielld alt tllC door. \Wit uless was tilp *tbil·*, oilellenl at W\illoluw, IImkcvl out a no askled defelldanut what she wantel. iDefen:ulant replied tlht she wantlle to speak to witness. \\itness then salid said to dcfcn daut, 'I want to hlve nothing tL fay to you,' wherellupon defelldanlt made 1 e?1s of the lan guaoo colmplninol of. Defendant oow delied hIaving talle lo of tile iltlng5:1,e, dltl oid she would not ihave gone to a)llllaiiallt's house at all only that nolplailint' 11li sbamlo good siatiotl whell tile emlllnillnllot' Itl1 ,oaud setoleed her. Hct\'t k til father of tile child site Ilnowr behld...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 16TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Peters, Kidney, and Barnett, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

COLLINGWOOID COUnT. TeeS-D.A, MAY IriiT. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. L'etero, Kid ney, antd Barnett, a.Pl.) DRUNKS AND ItISORIIDEiRLY. Clristian Jenselll, a yoeag tlenean, was chalrgedil with the above offence. He pleaded gUilty, and said it was tile tlrst tihle hie had eer nppared ill Court. Finle us. rith the option of 24 hours incarceration. u il?Ttne T il i'iiIi. The ealll prisoner was charged with re. eisting the police in the execution of their duty. Th ide evidence went to ho that when he wias arrested for leing drunk andll dlis ordnlerly the prisoner ient quietly for sonice distance till lie laet a fellow coantryeian nlned Anderson, who told hidl not to go. That prisoner then resisted so violently that the constable had to put him into a hand truck and wheel him .to the watehhouse. The ownler of the hand-tnlck gave eridence to the ldect that his eonveyance got dam aged while conveying tile priser, andil thant hle estimatel the dalmage done at 8Io. lid. The prisonelr a?sto...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. :L.TAllES PIlYls.' I-?AT.,?.ltLlMY. Nornasllsy r. Stanley re-sited isn a wia for the latter liy 2 goals anid S behids to 3 behinds. This match was played on the Iichanlod Cricket (iround. The Stanley ilayoyl a very good and fast gaie, hlt loibtlas the Normanhiy woulh hare had a better tale to. tell of themselves if they sad their full team upon the tield, for, to tlheir disgrace, isnly liftcen showed thesm selves when they nmihered off': this neces sitated tive sabstitutes. In the first half the vietors gainedll tile advantage, but i the eeond the visitors rallied uip and nmule tilhe geea very warns for their oppoinents. Allsosiongt those who planyel well were Hern, , MeX'siehol, Splsmer. Kerrigan, Ltudlsay, 11. Neathan and Ellis. A mnatch was playesl tast Tl'ulday between teails fromI St. lllues' I(ilsllllsiar School atnd Kille's College, and after a hardil fosuht linie restulteil ill a draw ill favor of SL.l.ale's,whao llhtinal"l goals 17 behinds to their...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

OUBr STORY. TELLER '..x t,:11 ,ix'tIl.,x ix C xitl. lle ,'`h:1"r"" , I ol aiin In'''}711 I n~clxbii ot?' lil?l thiill fonllhxi I li xxrc xiiib' tf,'hy icl' ei?cd xnllolill'Ii, 'It'Ia l lvx.c opchx'ni h', i m?y uhildxohlod lLtxb !'It' i' ?lixt 1iI?"ix.m I Ilxoxximx dt I h otllid el 1 lcx'll'Uo I lixait'nhlmllnst floieltlt f I"''?'lt 1 ' Th' r?nixlsi into t itIs x foixntl'. l: l "irx' l.x 'd o i d ,Nt' nllnxlc goio gixtlinali I llio't vo lititi Itl? l.iook 10 Ro ll|'i Itit 00 I;llvlla ]lidob-li Ihoblu W\ b ! • chiplilyrelf,; hut, they tlhlt ir Wlil clloincgl thlanxx hl `, li ' l\'iMo Rnolixi" " li inn lll o ltit lo ' iroxl !'"dmiid n:ll tls waml era ¢ont intili hlbot tiId ilart' of the n txiixti?. If too hitiouir dhin, hliols'iiexh Sii gnidlo It to oit llfie 'ininhulte , whllou tno cti, a.lpil the dlillht.. "I'lAyIll l' 'oiid ]lod11h, hoiso ncmlt crca uughit, thu 'whihpeicl cxcxoixiilihoihin, " 'll b oro hy i llf tonighlllg, "lyn nllo eio Spromlie, i ll'tI iot nol led iatl1, wiltlhou ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

COMPANY. PRMIER, TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. LONIDON KERCIiANrT TAILORS AND, HABIT MAKEIIS. The Renownhed, Originlu, o Aid only makers of Geelong Tweed Trousers, r" To Order, for 12s. 0l. IMPORTANT NOTICE. OPENINlG 0 1SPRING GOODS. OPE "IN F OF SP'RtINOG OODS. . READ OUR PRICES?-? SCrlcketillg Trqulleers, L's. kl. White Yeats, is. A1; Black Doe TrousersT2s.' Il. Illackfoests, e e. d Trk??lr anl Vest, 18s. (kl. Univerul Sao Souits of Unalterable S Twee.l, 4SI. Fashionable Light Solmmer Siutsd48s. Gentlemen's Suouner Overcoats of West of IEnglamtl Wosterilgs, 37s.. Ik.l ýtseal price, $0s. All Goo- Madil?:o onler. _ All Good.Tlhomoughly Shrunik. - " +-. Fit all., Style Guaranteed:. Slagle Garnmcnt to Orler at W'holesale 'rlcrs. "J 'UST ?IOPEl NED 0W 0 L L ' N 1 U10G011T DIRECT -. F"lroml the LAG LIIOEST MANUFACTURERS, Id ohery Advantage take of tile Fluctu atlon of the lIol Market. Six First Cluas Ctters Engaged. Newest Styler anll Fashilon to Hail. I.B. Telephone oroommunicalthion from head...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

JIIJPERI AL UCLOTI:CNG COiIPY., 143 BRUNSWICK STREET,. pposliti Wehlyanl Chuirch, And 133 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. 1t FRIiENI TO TTHI[E WOR(KING MAN A1N I)IS FAMILY. T.1A\'INt c tut,,emc .l IbteItca t ti nl ,ot o titllrip.o, thu.' Coitpmny hItentsh to ottpply a1 Lthu rc?ei l t~ of tll oid)lstl a t llll r tllu Itlrol 1liIng ,e. llittl . tWith reO(y.mnlul C'itlt. ,u e nt.l l . w ir . t.a t ttn ate r ",ulr', t t l a t " I.t . K..cy tultt tl ! I, t tt?t.lr. ow Im IoIo i It . T S T 'I.Ho lt I oh I t tt i uo Ii i ll t .? I NTiit ]D . i _ :o: '. o The 'lAlAlttutt Ii.?cil of tlhi'' lilttuio I ititlrotl 'thu pitrvilsil of o Con-'C O ?MTEN CrriTr , totl n Ipnltrt lit nool cnlllpluto ontioliotin illuy Io relied otn:' In tius lrntilth nlxo, Sgl tl rrlllctloll ol o to t ullrroltt utItttW%-II' I IW i 1t lo . . Strict ttetulnt will to paldb to the lusirea aluil roeI llro entoi of OallaitolneI , nllt the .lic wll finl It greatly to their alt nitingu to accord in their imtrlo geo, which olt e trial...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, MAY 20th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

S*ATUR'I AY, MAY o0th, I'?,. ,ri: IcelCC t dastlardlly oitlragu ihl Dublin has created ait profo slllll ll tio?l l lot only in the mote inmuedinlte neighbor - ood of the sceno of the critme, but in l this distant cololy. It has sent a thrill of horror tlhrough every just and right minded individual in Jier r Manjeslcy s domlinions. Who would Iimaiginted ljust ns eontessions were labout u to Ie tide; just when the ministry had incurred ulosidemlble odium inl changing" their poliey, and had sltlil'ed the resignation of otet of their llonst Iprominent members to elliet thlis change, that their ellbrls would be et withll such inlgratitude. No won der that Ihlitil ishstatlesen ll re ditisheart ened when they try to detal with the Irish question in l lenienlt lmauier. No wolder that they re tlemptllled to rellr essive lrld coercivite mlleasulres when they finl their holst intentions arei frusn trated lby the brutail cruelty ofe thosel they desire to assist. Will anyone l sk whJether such ...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

OUR STORY TELLER iONA'S CURSE. Cu,.urre III. (Ceitineled.) " My name "! His !manner changeld. anll foliig Ilis ar..ts on his Ilrenast. he answenr l mournfully, " It is ;vier sFoken tiow, ill ily chilh!laisl's Ihime i It is so lg ?islar I have halcnl it brelthe!Il h lils I loved: that I lnc'i- a'!ct fiergotte iit !" 'llen rilapsici into his f.'imer iianner, he added, " M1y iname gal gentleman ! 1)ltn't ye know it' Lock ve now : every one knows Robin Roliil Wiee I call tmy.cif : but they that arc nore eullning tl'l aIl n mil i:e Wise l- Ie ins lunatie !" Sir IEiunand i:l l to his sister, ina elee" voice : i" anl doubtless wanldet o,.tinially alais.- this part of the country. If we him:our him. perhaps he will guide us to senile funi-holiase, were we can ipenil the night... " Av will I !" aaid Robin, whose acute lane ilght thie whiiperi'l eollnmlalition. " I'll he yor gallide tounight, if ye miiake one pronslc, blt Ill not haid ye asterp itholact?" ,'Fear nothing : I will lpay you well...

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MATCHES FOR THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

+1.T+ F?FOI+ R ",ll PAY.\? Normllany ol l twenty v. Clarence in the Edliluhrgh (learlns. Nonoauhy team: Abhott, Abrahanms, lram. ]lrokeushire, Casey, Conn, Clauscen, Dmdevy, Ewing, Freeman, n, reen, Happell, Hems'rth, Kelson, Loughman, lIcMahon, Xathan, l'ietrclc 2. Thomas. Emergencies, W\arr, ilnraes and Hurst. i'itzroy Alberta v. Star of litrnawick. ()I the bgreod of the latter. Alberta team: lTodd ("lpt), Harrisan, loulelrstone, Hootl, M1illr. Nelson,. Tol,l. Longhottom, Clarke, Thlollon, Sullivan, Day(2), (ood, Rolertson, Ledlerman, 3lon-s, 3laddol , L]wis.unl.loyee. Elergeoeics, Thomson, Sullivanl nl Dar abh. \ICoe ? arefeottl t o meett u tihe Itol, Roy Ilotel at hatf-lsat two. Normanhy t. Footscray Juniors. On the grould of the latter. The following are re?leastet to ecetat the IBrtnswick Hotel not later than half-past 2 o'clock :-B-lt chelor, ])enhart, EIllis, Fitzgerald, Heron, lirst, Halne, Hegarty. Janeoh. Kerrignn, Liodnay, Moarshall (2), Mclichll, oathlto (2), ltlpiport,...

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NOONDAY MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

NOONDAY MIUSINGS. Bv J,'r.vxtre. To what strange passes do we sometimes come il this world. Thus I susedl lately, as I read in the CITY 1'pltcs, the record of a poor old manll's appearance efore the local police court, after failing to obtain admission to the ocylem. Nat manay yeat e agothat oldis ll oa*t onne of the fineat bloecks of property it Fitzroey, blt siee then his soes, uf whome he Ils three, bave helped to biriag hli gray hairs dowa ii sorrow to the br?ve. The least they c?ll lhave done after tIhat, wohld have lin oen to support tilehl iman, lt it seeoms that rain's igratitaude to loan is still hit too aconln, ad filithl lore and gratitudestand noihaco agaainst selfislh in terests. So the world wags, each one too busy with tils own troubles, to be eonceniae anlout others. Tile Victorian Year Boek reveals sone rery carious facts ad a peirtsal wilt always repnay the seeker after infoaratiot. I lhare jgeierally regarded Fitzroy as a very healthy listrict, adl thike t hatlost...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

THE STAGE. THIFATKE ReOYAL. Green Lanes of England was produced at the Theatre Royal on Saturday evening last, tile piece was well . cast nold effectively nounted, the scenes being grand, it was tlhorarghly enjoyable, albouting.as it dloes in thrilling incidents. The princilpal r?les of Margaret Wheatstone and Gentleman George beilg respectively sustained by Miss Annie Adere annd Mr. Alfred Damlpier. Tile plot is somewhat as follows. - Gentleman George, Clement Flint, and Bill the Slogger a worthy trio, presumablyv binl fanciers abut in reality roughs and thieres, ask a fanner, iMartin VWrearttorne, of the Mill farm, for as nistance, he oefers to assist them provided that they will io some work, this they do lot care to do, and lllnding that they will ot work lie onler them off. Clement Flint refsces to go, arnd Farmer Wiheatstone then Iorsewhips him, for which lie threatens to be revengerl. He lind ouat tlhat Margaret Wheatstouo is tie rothrer of a child in the are of his (Flint's)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

IMPERIAL CLOTHING COMi\iY., 143 BRUNSWICK STREET, Opposite Wesleynn Church, And 133 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. A FRIEND TO THE WORKING MAN ANID HIS FAMILY. nTAWVIN. enommencet hisineo at theealin- addre.s, this Cnspanv intends to nspply Sthe resident, of this i)istrict and the trsllcllling Localities nitt rredy-snalue Cloth ing at Lowreti sR.rEt than ever before attenllptcl. )Every article will be of their ownt manufacture, SRt.L and Wosnclw.lllsnstt" (lr.utreli. The TAILoNls En.rsnll of the lbusines is undlier the supervision of a Citieseree"e CrrrE, and a perfect tit and complete satisfaction may ei relied on. In this branch also, a great rednction on rates current elsewhere will I,( lade. Strict attention will Ib paid to the lestiro and reluiremnents of lcustomnere, and the pnldic will find it greatly to their advantage to aeornd us their patronage, which one trial will prove. Boy's and Youths' Suits from 12s. 6d. I Trousers and Vests from 10s. 6d. Knickerbockers - ,, 5s. 6d. Sac ...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting was held yestenlay evening. 'cseent: Tile Mayor (Cr. Iohlen), Crs. Moore, Showers, Phipps, Ihooks, and Woodhead. The minutes of the previous meeting, and the outward oorrmpondence wereo rad and oolfinned. CORtREtSPrOIttNtl. 1. Fromn the Bruneswick Shire Council, asking for first payment in eonnection with the recent annexation.-Received. 2. From the Fitzroy Temperance Fire Brigde, intimating its fonnation, and that apparatus n c. to the vaue of £100 had looen obtained by subscription, and asking for pertnission to use tile fire plugs in case of lire.--Referreal to Select cononittee. 3. From the Treasury Departmlent, with .1 reference to an account against the depart- 3 tent.-- Received with thanks. 3 4. From the Landsl Department, infonring v the Council that certain gentlemen had ell k appointal a conunitte of nlanagement over I the cricket ground and Ihowling green in the ]?ibialrgh 'ardels.-Reeeived. 3. Fr?m thie I.ellourne City...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, MAY 20th. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 1882

$itsroe QiGtn jles. SATURDAY. MAY 20th. ISS2. TaHE recent dastardly outrage in Dublin has created a profound sensiation not only in the more immediate neighbor hood of the scene of the crime, lit in this distant colony. It has sent a thrill of horror through every just and right minded individual in Her Majesty s dominions. Who would imagined just as concessions were about to lie made ; just when the ministry had incurredl considerable odium in clhanging their policy, and had suftlred the resignation of one of their most prominent members to eflect this change, that their efforts woull be mtet with such ingratitude. No won der that British statesinsn are disheart ened when they try to deal with the Trish question in a lenient mnunuer. No wonder that they are tempted to repressive anld coercive Illeasures 1ilwhen they find their best intentions are frus trated by the brutal cruelty of those they desire to assist. Will anyone ask whether such people deserve to be treated as anything b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 20 May 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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