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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

GENERAL NOTICE. · THE Merctgy is published ev Batud Morning. Persons wishing to R the paper regularly delivered at their ppoe of business or residence will be charged>. per quarter, payable in advappe; by post. 61. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat. urday in the months of December, March, Juno, and September. The Editor will be obliged for inform. Mtt- fioý6- "esp(elallymrelating**to-"loal matte.r. SCALE FOR ADVERTISING." Business Cards; per quartefro Ofioial and Election Advertisements,. eaoli insertion, per inch "... 2s. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and, Land. for' Salo'or be Let, Artieal] di Notices " of I Births, J Deaithbe; 'dd :,Marriages . .. I 4' 's Od. n To :Anvantissns,-Notice to ,withcdraw advertisements must be given in .riting. a,.,T THE Mercuiy cin be obtained from any o the following agents :-Subscription l s pet ?karter;" :,. "'?""" ". aI? Mrs, ,ooV .. ri96 Brunswick street. DurkR C"AT s; ~A~iode. db ib.thtitreet. AND COLLINS ' Mt. Pa nprow ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

EBT DLTiSHE B `1857., :,L1 AUMONI, 99 WELLI/IGTONST7,. I ,, . r ,d f ,.h " ? ,. t i/ " ""'.ýQýLLING VOOD.. 9IS RT Ic EMISTS &" DRUGGISTS, Opposite the Bowling qreen.. LYGON STREET, cA:;EbiIrT N2. ses pass the door every few minutes. ,rom ,8milh Street. : Fare- threepene. HENRY J: R. ,LEWIS, zTd, e rta 3 4'i er, 198 &, 200 YOUNG ST.. FITZROY, ,(Off Johnston strceet). L. is prepared to conduct funerals in andcountryat the lowest possible rates itallolasiises. Hearses;Mourning Coaches, funeral requisites always on the pfemises. fTHE -TRADE SUPPLIED. P. x=.. mly-1a AMILY GROCER ND WINE & BPIRBIT MERCHANT, Cor.ner of Lately occupied by A. E. DOWNIE," .h.D., from his success in the past, and and varied orporience as Tea Dealer, Wine and Spirit Merchant, CHALLENGES COMPETITION. B.-Wines & Spirits of choicest quality. .Crsa. W7lhite,`. NERAL .)RAPER, 93 .GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. - - lline'r, Drossmakipg, and Mantle ing,? A largo stock of Ready-made Dresses '...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN THE PRIORY GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

IN THE PRIORY GARDEN. A' ? UAINT olddfashioned 'garden it is, 1 with straight' grassy avenues, long n0ossy alleys between prtni hedges of bpx 'and holly, smooth vistas opening tý 'the sun an'd. breeze, 'with hero and ithere a sombre yew trained into sonme curiope, device., Banks of fragrant,, world-fot?gotor flowers,' stone ledges, low, broken, ivied walls, remains of b n "yieoii ln the` old gardeil as l covered;,by : a stately (monastery, are; Sdistinctive features. softly down, wrapping in its dusky, , silent wings ,'tie' gorgeous ,,orange,i crimson,, and, violet that still flecked, the' ·Ididsummer sl~y,; one', single brilliant ta'r shining in the, clear, amber of the sunset, a bird's full clear note sounding -far in the evening stillness. A tall' graceful' girl, in" a long trailing-.. white;. dress,r was pacing slowly 'down ohe.ofitho narrow mossy alleys; iii orie-hand she held a bunch of ?scarlet gerianiums, ,the other .was I swingin'g a large g.arddn hat carelessly up aand dow...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

COLLINGWOOD,'Tuesday, August 31.   Before 'Mesrsi .., 'mpleto, e P.M'! ., George Ranson was remanded, until Tuesday next, upon a chargoi ofletealing James :Gosling -was brought ,upi as .'at vagrant. .Theo bonoh committed I him Ito prison for one month, . .Ceclia: Cowan .v. McOlosky.--Oaee of insulting language, said to.have ;eboon uttered by defendant towards complainant at hor residence, on the, 21st August. : The case was, dismissed, without costs, both parties 'evidently being in fault: Randoll v. Haughton,--Order for £1 as, and Gs. costs, on account of goods sold and delivered.,, . ,.... : Shoider. :v..Rusesll.-Order for .et: 14s. 3.d., and 5e. costs, to be paid by 5s. weekly instalments. :,, . S.. Cornish v, P. E.. Hendorson.-Olaimn for £7 16s. Old., on account of goods sold and delivered; An order was made for that amount, with 6s. costs. Huddlestone v. :Aldwell.-In, this caseo, Thomas Disney '::Huddlestoneo charged 'Thomas Aldwoll, a resident in Fitzroy for_ itwe...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. ODE TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

POETRY. ODE 'TO ENGLAND... Though jealous nations fain would: cast Dishonour on-thy honoured name, And evil: men' conspire to blast " ;The glory ofthy deathless fame, Fear not, O England?othe behest f Of God,their base designs shallfoil; No traitor dare assault thy -lreast, ! Nor foreign footpollute, thysoil. Bef6re the eyes of all the wirld , ?,Thy: banniirs wa o'er spire and tower Brave banners-seldom yet unfurled Excepit in victory's brillidnt hour. What thoughts-soul-stihring thiughts * they raisel ."What grand historic tales they toll! How:Englishinen in bygone days Triumphant fought, triumphant fell! Would raving agitators brand . With infamy thy bright career? Would spoiler's unrelenting hand Usurp the rights thy sons hold dear? Suoh foemen, numerous or few- . Their moans of'action small or large Had better think on Waterloo, And Balaclava's lightning charge.' The. matchless couragethat withstood And bafled mad amtbition's dream, When English, Scotch, and Irish blood Commingl...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, AUGUST 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

POLICE. I FI''ZRtOY--M-ONDAY, AuaUSr LBOTH, Doforo MdnArs. 'l'. Cidnoy (Chlairmin), Mah?oney (Mayor), , Marsdun, ;,Woodhead, Mc Loan, and I)olbridgo. Henry Moxhatn was charged with insult. lug Ibuhaviour about midnight on Saturday, in Smith stroot, when ho was in the conl pany of a ntubor of dissoluto girls. Ho thon wont into Wobb' trudot and from there into Gore qtrot,;wht .hobo wanted to fight. When he was.arrosted, he behaved in a very violent manner, ani kickqd,,the apprehtndi ngconistibl' viciously. • HEib'nil been several times convicted; and, was, not committed for!six months' imprisoainent~ ,ir.t SJohn Nikon, onw bail; pleaded -guilty to-. boing-,drunk .in Napier.'etreootiand; was'.) discharged. ., it. .., ' .: . Thomas Lawson, 9, bail, for 4runkennoss in Napier street, early on Sunday morning, wi 'deoribd'.' bolng &???n ; vpry '."r'1octobloe man'and the' buich dai argd hi , '" I'T~ias bhiryW illiili, fdr bSing idtruiti on'Sndi? 'apologizedd fod his' ?iduot' d was 'd...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

SPublio Comnpaf oes. COMM?ERCIAL BANK OF i.AUSTRALIA, :LIMIýED. COLLINGWOOD BRANCH. The businoes of this branch is now con ducted in the now promises, 1(2461 2486, SMITH :STREET>) General Banking Business transacted in all its branches. Interos, allowed on Deposits at the follow f I? ':i. in rate's ' TI'I1nm .MONra H . :.. 8 per cent. SIx MXONr. .... ... 4 , TwIr.vu MoNT'II ... ... 5 , )j i-.EDWI.N,1TOWLE, Manager. COLTNGWOOD POUDRETTE (Guanto V and AMMONIA. COMPANY (Limited Registered.. Capital, Nominal.C7000. In 7000 shares of One pound. Paymonts-; 24.'6d: on application, sa. on allotment, and liable to calls of 2s. Gd. per month as may be required. Prospectuses, testimonials, and rules may no had at the ofilcb; over No. 1 Collins street eay! This company is formed to carry out: i ? thq a'bovo:district the pat.oited probes of Messrs. Hesso and Rummel, for disposing of and .utilisinj. animl 'excrota, ae night sgil,,,&ot, for .tho.towns:of Collingwood and' Fiz.,,uindor a ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

ARTISANS' SCHOOL OF DESIGN Meets ovory T?hirsday, frIni 7.30 to 0 p.m., in the Fitzroy Court House, Napior stroot. Bnca'ous TAIuoIIT:-Froohand, Landscape, Meohanical, and Architectural Drawing., Ladies class,, in soparate room, 7 to 8'30 p.m. Ladles wishing to join will please, communicato with the Secretary. Fee,';Two Shillings per Quarter, Wm, HOWARD KNEEN, lon. Soorotary, Court house, Fitzroy. FITZROY PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY, N OTI-Full liandand Choral roeheaorsal of "Muritana " every Weodnosday evening, In the Court-?ouse, Fitzroy, coln. inoncing at light prooeioly. Ladies and elontliomen willing to malsst in the chorus are invited to attend oi communicate with the undorsigned, By ord e. Edw. A. Morgan, • loQ1. StE. Fitzroy,July let, 1817?, a 'MARRIED IN.BLACK." And ,other Poems,'by N?wrON GoonatDC, handsome half-morocco, 12s. 6d.; George Robertson,.Melbourne;, and all booksellers. MRS. BOAST, DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, BERMONDSEY HOUSE. WELLINGTON ST., aOLLINGWOOD, " (Corner of Simpso...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A STUBBORN TICKET AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

A STUIJBOlR TICKET AGIiENT. Oneo,dayan old man appeared beforo;the petroit and,Lansing railroad ticket window at the Central depot, and. askeil: .. "What you ,ehargo ,for,, a: ticket to. Ianning?," "Two-sixty, air," replied the agent, wetting his.thumb an4 ronohing ontfor the money. -"Two dollars and sixty contse" exclaimed the stranger, pulling his head out of the window:-" Yes air, that's the regular firo.'( --"Then I sthays here by Deotoit forty years!" said the man, getting red in' the face. "I have never seen me sush'xd swindle as datl"--",wo-sixty is the regular fare, and you willhavo to pay it if you go," replied the agent.-" I shust got youn two dollar and no more,",' said the stranger.--!!No; I can't do it."-" Vell, den, .,1 athays mit Detroit till I dies," growledthe old man, :and he went away and walked round the depot. He expected to be called back as he left the window, as a man is often called back to !!take it along" when he has been chaffing with a clothing ,dealer. ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

. ?0 LET.-Those handsome new premises. t situate at 'The Corner' of Smith and Stanley street. '.The'best business stand in' Collingwood:' The shop is 81 x ]6}ft, with beautiful plate.glass windows. (Fine light cellar, same size as shop) There are also six large rooms. Suitable for any business. Maybe had for a term of years. Apply at. the Mercury office, Fitzroy. Ouit this out and save it. I' you want 'the best GROCERIES and I HABERDASHERY, be sure and call on E. HEATH, Agent, PAcr'zo' IvxrorTriNo CoxPAwrr, 289 Smith street, Fitzroy. . , California Brooms, Saws, Tools, and other goods received every steamer. All goods at the Loweal Price and guaranteed. : mper Paratus. Who Cuts your Hair? T. 'KENNEDY , 58 Simpson's Road,iN. Richmond. Whe'o bleanliessadind atteriin'i are to be ý I RETAIL 'TOBACCOIJIB8T' ta'JAMES, oPERRy, ,,..FASHIONABLE, . . 'Bot and Shoe Maker;: Wellington &tres, .ear Gippe street. All orders promptly attended to. , Charges , strictly moderate. JUST PUBLISHE...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

O., CQC.AL NEWS. Parliament .will resume. business next week, with aeiold' Colliiigwoodd journalist as premier and treasurer. - Sir Redmond Barry complains of the removal of Law books from the Circuit Court Libraries, and requests' that the practise may he discontinued. ' p It is six years to-day, since John Pasco Fawkner 'died on September 4th, 1869, and it will be twenty-four years, next Monday, since gold was discovered at Ballarat on September 6th, 1851. Thomas James Huggins, who has been missing since June 22nd. from his home in Budd street, Collingwood, was found dead and floating in the'Yarra, below the Fall's bridge last Wednesday morning. The reading of a .-thermometer on Wednesday at 8 o'clock a.m., was 44 degrees, and the weather unusually cold for the 1st September; the wind from the South West being excessively keeni. ' The Executive Council has offered the Queen's pardon t'o'any person concerned in the late robbery of notes from the Bank of Victoria' at Melbourne, not ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CODDLING. ("LIBERAL REVIEW.") [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 September 1875

. CODDLING.' ' CDimnTliT4i is' one ' ofi thlie , greate?t offences:of the .age,'and it is,. pcrhapstl productive of ,more,.mischief than uany oter. ,It is the direct~.nd.?indiret cuse of maniy diseases ofa destructive cinrautor, niiotably` those of the, clihe and "'iesplratory o rgtins dind' 'tb6s' ymoticl:' A wi'ritei', in' the Saititarg) Record.,indicates this very plainly;,atnd iq;a.forcillq .mannqr: shwa'.the value of plegy, of "oeeh 'air,,i of; ,vhipi):, many, people, especially those who are in the are a6spirati y r afraid 'had pelsibittly shdit outfromti their hot?:A. r?It peai l' that-ini ttn t' life diseases, 6f,,tlie respira. tqry, rgans 5 are:rpecially, rare and,;all dieaneses,,are, fepy,,,provided thlat,:suflb cient fod and clothing re given .lho writer quder notice remarks tHat Crinmaht war 'recalls' td'y ht:itid thd ' o iderfulbstate!of.health'of the English' army, duning')the 'seond Winter,(1855k 5ý,d); j!en.;many, ttle,,trogp eyeri living, .in itents during-, extrein...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RUSSIA AND ENGLAND IN ASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

RUSSIA. AND ENGLAND IN ASIA. . (inox 1rx1 ECONOMIST; JULY 10.) Tins debate raised by Mr. Balllo Cochrane on Tuesday night on the Russian advance in Central Asia had the usual termination of such debates. At the worst, if those are right who urge strong measures, we shall have to fight Russia in the end, but the common sense of the House of Commons and the country perceives at once that unless the conditions are likely to change so much to our disadvantage as to diminish immensely our chances of success, the longer the contest is post poned the bettor. A very little con sideration also shows that neither have the conditions changed in that way from the beginning of the Central Asian question, nor are they so chaug lng at the present time. In one respect It will not be denied, we think, the changes which have occurred have booeen Increasing in our favor. This Is in the real resources in imen and money of the English and Russian empires. After all, when it comes to a contest between tw...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

MRS. BOAST, DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, : t BERMONDSEY- HOUS,. WELLINGTON ST., COLLINGWOOD, (Corner of Simpson st.) Dressmaking 'in all its Branches. GRENNEN & •VINES, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Makers, ,:193 SMITH STREET, FITZROY. All orders and repairs promptly attended, ,to. "Charges strictly moderate. SPECIAL NOTICE. FOY'S NOW WON, ;. All kinds of PRODUCE ON SALE. M ARK 'FOY, sx1ith Street, C':'OLLNGWOOD. J. A.: TH'O M{AS, T.a?xI-O E, mo., 98 DRUMMOND 'ST., CARLTON. Gentlemen's own material made up. MISS McKEY, GENERAL . DRAPER, 81 GERTRUDE ST., FITZROY. Millinery, Mantles, Costumes, Hosiery, Feathers, Flowers, Cuffs, &e. The Showroom is under the management of Miss McKey. MRS. HIGGENS FANOY REPOSITORY, 149 SMITH STREET, FITZROY, Braiding Blocks in great variety. Patterns Stamped on every Material for Braiding. Pinking done. Berlin Wool in greut variety I colors. "Registry Offioe for Servants. gent for Coutts' guarautoed Acetic Acid. G. ANSELL, B 3 0 'I' c MC . 3. " , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

T10 L'ET. -'hboL landsome new proniies' .' situate at The Coirndr'; of Sinith 'and Stanley street. The best business stand in. Collingyopdl,. Theshop,is 31 x 16ift. with beautiful.plate.glass windows. (Fine light cellar, same size as shop).. There are also six large roi?ms'. Suitable fo' any business'. May be had for a term of years..: Apply at the Mercury office, Fitzroy., Boot' and, Shoe Maker, S286 WELLiN'GT6N' bTREET,,. , 'OotiNtiwoob.. ' "' J. L. respectfully solicits a shareof 'yoiur pa tronage.' Repairs ' neatly and promptly" , exeocted..,. , , . ; '.The Trut.. F you want first.class. Boots . and. Shoes you will find thom at ,i .J; , , i. '.. T PE TERS, 74 'SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD,' F or'10 'l I';? r 'ceint'.' lbeo' Melbiibin©' I ,. 'Prides for'sli~nlai 'gods:" '" "' S!:Imporaant' Notice i To Maabclilraistis" A N established 'businesse FOR' MAiE* ."Apply at 158 Hoddle street, next door to'Mr.!Kershaw, Grocer. t," Mr. NICHAEL ° KIDSTON, SO'LICITOTR;, " CONVEYANCE R,` .&a...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

POETRY. ,,! DRINK. Sun was scarcoly'muoh more than a girl, it is true, If you measured her life by, its ypars, Yet still she was old by the sorrows she know, For her life was a winter of teaos; And yet she was fair, and' her tresses of gold, . Which often his hand had caressed. Were 'wavy and light; but unciied for they rolled Down her shoulders and lay on her breast. She satb the hearth that' was sparkless and bare,: * And she heard the night-tompest's shriek wild, And she poressod to her bosomd cold home of despair, * The form of her slumberinig child. : "God help us;', . said. she, as her tears trickled fast, And streamed on the sleeping one's head, "Our lives are s'wviitry and bleak 'as the ' blast, ' And ;Ioften could wish I were dead.",. Then shb' pressed her cold lips 'to. the sleeper's pale brow, As she drew tho loved one to her heart; "I es, yes,". she spoke on, " I could wish it wore now, Yet how could I wish we should part." Then she bent down her ear and she listened awh...

Publication Title: Mercury
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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

,PUBLISHED:,EVERY SATURDAY: Labom* O ank ViYett. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Rejcctel communicadEns ,cainot be rtlurnp, underl an circumstance8s iatever. No notice ca be, taken of :anonyinque cqn, munications...Every.lotter. nst l,bo accom panied by the name and address of the writer, not ecessai?ly for , ubhcaiibon, but as a guarantee of good faith. , ( S'avoid incnvenlened ?atnd dlelay', to :persona interested wedhaje to eruest, hlat ab businessi I com n~f~etio~s , isiudingavertseme.tp, ore~ers fgr ~th paprr, anal renittances, Rio ac ! dressed' to G mnIFITti & S'i rsvi.i, .n nolt'to' £ IiG0EDiT Ii. , .:,'+ , . Letters dnd 'otier cdiiwnisidalUos intiended' for ' isettiio': in" the n'ews ":eolumi?i should be .addressed to theWditor:. ,i ;h: .i;

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

MadIameo Ristbri his uauhiovod a couiploto triumph in Giiiconiotti's opoi r of Jtd.ith. John Deolany is in custody' for' robbing Andrew Murray, newspaptr proprietor,, of £14 15s.: An aboriginal'mnamnd Davie, while drunk has been: ;roasted-, to death :at Morton Plains, by, atothor nativo:named Syntax.,

Publication Title: Mercury
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A NEW BISHOP FOR MELBOURNE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

A NEW BISHOP FOR MELBOURNE. TO THE IDITOR OF THE MEQBURY. Sir-I sooeby. a,.paragraph-in your last issue you advocate the appointment of a successor to, Dr. Parry from' the ranks of tlho colonial clergy, and seem to recommend the practice adopted by the Executive in ol6ctiiig judges from local functionaries. Now, with glzyesp.sqct,I ~diffor from you, and as an old attached Episcopalian, I declare my opinion to be lifi; favor of going home, the samo as the Presbyterians, the Baptists, ,the Indepondont,,,and .other religious, bodies do, for. men 'to occupy loading positions. The Govarnmeht, too, addpt the bame principle frequiintly, to wit, Dr. Paley,'Mr. Gordon, &c:; and I, am glad to know the;feeling, ofi the,leorgy, of.,our; church is very strong on this pointin favor, (for .some timeo, at least) 'of .inviting bishop~ froin hoino. 'Modat'f -our English ordained cloergyliore are too old,and 'our colonially ordained ones have. rot had the experience or education desirable, and...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

' ra, .o A&&-orz-tiseme ts. WitOLEsAE AND RETAIL &OY FANCY .REPOSITORY, 218 Smith st.. Collingwood. it. begs to inform his numerous customers d the public, thatthe has just opened a goand well-assorted stockof Work-boxqe, riting-desks, Ladies' plain and fancy ak Combs, fancy Hair-pins, air-plaitse, r-pads, &. A large Assortn t of to' oi-der. TILLETT & Co.: (Late of Oolutigwood) CHEMISTS .& DRUGGISTS, .Oppiosie the Bowling Gfreen, LYGON STREET, Busses pass the door every few minutes. From Smisth Street. Fare-thareopeince. HENRY J. R. LEWIS, 1-7r d z er ta ,3er, 198 2N00 YOUNG ST.. FITZROY, ' (O? Johnston strect). H. L. is prepared to conduct funerals in town andountryat the lowest possible rates tosuitallclasses. IearsesMourniig Coaches, 'and funeral requisites always on the premis? s. rTHEl TRADE SUPPLIED. FAMIL.Y GROCEER AND WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, Corner of WellingtBon & Lan gridge Sts., Lately. Occupied by A. E. DOWN...

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