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THURSDAY, MAY 25TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Showers, Best, McLean and Woodhead, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

TcrcccccAor, Mar Ti?ei. (Before tile Mayor, sad Messrs. Showers, lkest, McLean and Woodhecld, J's. P.) Joseph Hnsrmpfor and Michael O'Neil wore ared wl thU scahove offence. Hamp ford pleacd guiltfy. O'Noil pleadeldl not guilty, but te aevilenco against hint was conclusive. The prisoners were each linled is., with the alternative of 24 hours ima. prisolunent. INC?ITING A lItIaSNEn TI RESISF.TI. Ferocm i cCanc was charged with ilciting a pIrisocer toreosit tie police. After hearlcg tihe evladece of Cocstable Callendlar the lcnoic celf th cacs to ie proved,' atn in. flicted a lice of 10n., or in d-efaclt 48 lours in gaol. DIaCHAnIIEn WlTHt A CAUTION. A yoaucg man catcned William Jones was cdarged wtl stealinga pair of troasers, tihe roiperty of Wiillndrnlaclcers, and he was lurthlcr lcharged with Ieing ic a public place with iltetto cocnccit a felony. Mr. Green prosecuted. WVilliam Scaoers, lotlhlier. carryicg on busless I e (lcrtrcileestroct, depoaed that between fire and six o'clock ...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

THE STAGE. TI[EATRK ROYAL. Tbh " Grcon Lnncs of Englnad" haoe been drainlg good hooeos the wholo of tihe week, the plot, of whichl a foll acoot was glveno in oar last, is canrrited oat in Its entirety, and all performers doing their best tile plec mnos smoolthly and lffectonally throoghout. In cferoonce to the searn tnhat oenored thelore at the hoginling of last week, we have to state that there is every nrrangeaieolt Haleo to allow of the thbeatre being nmptieal i a very short space of timo, so tlhat there is no neces sity whatever for thie osndlenco to nrush. Tbhe stoage cnan also be shult oil from tile rentol the theatre by an roll ldrop screei, no that should the soge Im noltogether oo fire no harm cnan reach the aullcene onc the screen is lrop. ped. We are really glad to have to state that oalthogh there were someo poersons ii jorocd none of them nre haIrt aerioosly. Tihe Green Lanes of England wiii be repented ogaii this ovconig. aiicoreonof preparation treo iiBlack Flag, or, ...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 10TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Barnett and Marsden, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

COLLINOWOOD COURT. , "... *Tuvs.,:t, ta.w'iyt.lcr, (lbefore Mr. Allot, P.M., old Measrs, Bar. nett aul Marsdoie, J.. P. ) DRIIOUNK AND ltltOOIhilL.i. For the above ofoenco IGeorge Lnno wee fined 2s. lid, Ilenryltatt is, and Pl'atriek Cassin ,10s, the alternatives being six hours, twentylfour hours, anl 48 hours respec. tivnly. ' ll.TRtlrrtISl TIl OOTOnTIHTII. Robert Chartcrie ald John O'Rourko were lhartied with olmtnctling the footpath in Wolltgnrro.etreet on the night of Sunday the 141t blst. .ir. M'Kcenl prosecuted, and Mr. l0111tt defended. After a lengthened hearing tile Inch hield thle ease toalie provedl and licnd nch of theo defendants 10s., to be recovered by distress. . I AIAoLTINIIO A t'eONcAIILE. Robert Cihrterle was furtlhor chargel with assaulting Constablr Davldason if tile exocu. tion of htbe dlty. Fined 4Oe., tobe rncovered by distress. aIMYACiLTI.N( A 'UMIIIAAN. i. i. Denney licenser of Maeole's lniotel, Wcllhngton.strrot, proseotlted a larrikli nand t John Anderso...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

'PUiLIC MEIETING AT THE TOWN S. ALL. A meeting of the ratepayers to protest agaen l.throentrodition of tramwavaya wai aiel at toe Fitzroy Town Hall o Monllay eveonng losth The mayor, who was to vore odcopeid the chair, explained two other [in. portent ngangeemont demanded hil prescano oelor.a ' li He wouhl hove greotly likel to roemaio, but oould not lo so. lie proposed Mr. W, It, lcenootte to occupy the posltlon, which moe unannmously agreed to, 'Mr. Ilennotts explaind briefloy thle olject of the wtectilg, whlhlt was to protest against 'tlio introluctltn of tramways Into Fitzroy, and to conlemn til action of the counlcil In 1Lapproving and antouning athe propoaed ntralnwy ill n The ratlpmyers at the recent election has disapproved of tramways, and the council hla agreed to abnhle y that decalotn, buthalnot clone so, Tramways were not wanted ti FItzroy nald sthoidt not ie allowed within its Ioowndroes . If other distriots choso to have them, lot thiem o so; hitt they should not be f...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

SSPORTING NOTES. FtOOTBIALL. rAT?llIo rl.,A?oIo l IOT OATUhIlIAr, Normanlhy v. Footsoray ulor os lld Foot scray eombinoi resulted to a win for thef forolmr y 3 goas ald 8 lhehlnds to I goal a1 8ll8 h . Both sides played wll, olt tile Footeamy team weut more for the 0en thiln for th lo llo, plyllg a very rough game, seorveral times so far forgettilng tlhemselvc as to use their fists when brought to tile grolld. In the Ilrst half tile visitors scor0l two goals to tleir oppolonents nl, ill th seeold tflo game ar mor00 oreen, both sies scoLringl~ a gooal. For.the, Nonnnoboy, Lindsay, oar. shall, son., B. Nathao, \'Nicolo, Jn.obs nlld 1m011 played owell : whilst Roberts, Wilt liams, f 0arren,. and l '3Ifasters did goMod scr tice for their club. Normolby r; Slobury,Jcr Ma?y24, Queen's Birthday, at Sunbury,'.reolted in a Ilra slighily in favor of tile folramor ly I goal and i beol ill to I goal and 5 behind. It was sheer strength and woig' t tLhat saved tilhe 0ou1;ry team from a defoea., a...

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MATCHES FOR THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

Nonnanby v. South Yarr 2mlf twenty on tho ground of tho foiror, EhiJlooroogh or. dons. Nononfby team:--f1akr, Dchnrt,, EfUi, Fitzgualdr, Hfant.,fingarty, Heroop fafl, 'acoljs, Kerrian, Kitchalcg Xrllllar',a Lindmfy, Manlrfll 2, oCNinul, Nathauiri . Rnpliport, Spuoier, Thomlma. Elmergerncire, Nathn l G. V'Ithors."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

HOaLWWAY' OryTMLET aittl d 'ItLt.-' Rloumatism andl Nouramgia.-Though the folnlordiae reoralorsrlessly attacnks perons of all aca, anli the latter rathleosly selects ita vitm ins from tie weak and delleate, thd f evering une of tlese remedics will tal liy curlbothl cmtplinta . After, the ffectcd hIave leen dyll gently fonBnted with hot berinle oal the kin, thoroughClydrilod, holloway's Oiatimeat mustI be rrllbbl :iDT firnely ma ovenly for a fewi aminutea wice a ilay,,and his Pills taken aecording to tihe printed direatlont wrapped rounit ycli " box of his medichlo. Ilatl Ointmentl, apdi ,ills are accompanied Iby histmetic~ia ttdsigne frthe pubtli at largeriad o lanvilhl, who attentivly reladsthe, enli eatl ity loss Ihow to'doctdr himooelf . Acco..fnl..'[ ..VT. ]

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MAY 22RD. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Robb and Raven, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENOE. FITZROY COURT. MIONtAY, MAY 2'2ne +. r (Before Mr. Alley, P.M.,'nLnd n Ic?rs. Robb and Raven, . w'P.l' .) ItNETK ANID ttnIIoY.eIe?IIY.' Il ward tWbley, Ilonlert Iarker, and Itkonritta Canodre were charged with being drunk nll disorderly, l'Parker was lind t., the otlhers were each tined fi. with the option ofi 2 hours. A young man, nnmed ill nry Cochin, was cltirged with insulting behnvior in a publie place. The evidence of cooidcblo Maso wont to hlow that at halfipast ten o'clock on Saturday night the prinoeor was jostling persons wh were walkhngalong the footpath. Au it was thue prisoner's firnt olence, and taking into conideratilon that he had been hoked up for if hoIes, their worships let him ef ai it a lthe of 10u., or in default 48 hours hL gaol. Anotlhr young manl, naumd Themas Pat. I terson, wan charged mitl a ahtnlar offence. Prisoecr nwa itne Wlen etrnut at halfipat eleven o'clock oil' Satolnty night ndIl was Jostling another yong mnu. The young mn Io ...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, MAY 27th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

SATUIRDAY, IAY 27tl,, 1882. Os Wednesday lost, the subjects of Her Gracious Ma2jesty, Queen Victoria, throughout the globe, had another op. portunity of expressing their loyalty to their sovereign. For forty-four years sho has reigned over thie Britislh Eom pire with a wise ad tbeneficent rule, and throughout that time, by her gene. rous actions, admoirableo judgment, naud her love for ,justice and pence, she has so gained the afrections of tthose who have enjoyed her sway, that on every hand her natal day is hailed with heartfelt prayers of * God save the Queen.' When we look at thie nmgni tude of the territory included in her dominions, thile enorous numbel r of inl dividuaas who owe her allegiance, and the vast scope of their interest and exertions, the imaportance of her posi tion strikes the mind witll awe. - Ele vated to one of the highest tignities which it is possible for hauman beings to bestow, at the early ago of nineteen, her life has been one full of interesting events,...

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THURSDAY, MAY 25TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Showers, Best, McLean and Woodhead, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

(1efore tihe Mayor a-lcd MsErs. Showers, Itet, MlLemlan, d , t odhead, J'-.P.) DIIurNK ANDt DIlSOntElal.Y .Joseplh nrpftordl nad 3tiohao l O'Neil were char L?l with the alxve oulfce. Hamp foul pleai ul guilty. O'Neil pleaded not guilty, but the evidence against him was conclusire. The prisoners were each fined s.., with the alternative of _4 hours im prisonment. INVITIN55 A I'ltlSONEtR T! IltSIoT. Fratois McCaim was charged with inciting a prisoner to resist the police. After hearing the evidence of Constable Callendar the Bench held the case to lm proved, and in tlicted a fine of 10s., or in default 48 hours in gaol. DISIIIARGEDll WITII (1tAUTION. A young man la lned William Jones was charged with etealing a pair of trousers, the property of William laulders, and i he was further charged with being iun a public place with intent to commit a felony. Mr. Green prosecute]d. Willilal Saulnder, a clothier, carrying on businese ill (lertrsde-utreet, depuocl that between fire andl six o'c...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

THE STAGE. TIIHEATE ROYAL. The " Green I nes of Englaud" have ?een lorwing good houses the whole of the week, the plot, of which a full account wasgiven in our last, is carried out in its entirety, and ull performers doing their best the piece runs umoothly and clfectully tlhroughout. In reference to the scare that occurred there at the loeg'inning of last week, we have to state that there is every arrangement made to allow of tile theatre being emptied in a very short space of time, so that there is no neces sity whatever for the audience to rush. The a?tge an also ho shot off front the rKat of the theatre by an iron drop screen, so that should the state be altogether on fire no harm can reach thc audience once the screen is drop. pedl. We are really glad to have to state that although there were some persons il jured none of them are Ihurt seriously. The Green Lanes of England will be repeatel again this evening. Ln course of preparation the "Black Flag, or, escaped from Portland....

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PUBLIC MEETING AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

PUBLIC MEETINGC AT THE TOWN HAIL. ' A meeting of the ratepayers to protest against the introduction of. tramways was held at the Fitzroy Town Hall on Monday evening last. The mayor, who was to have occupied the chair, explained two other im-. portant engagements demanded his presence elsewhere. He would have greatly liked to remain, lint could not do so. He proposed Mr. W. R. Bennetts to occupy the position, which was unanimously agreed to. Mir. cnnetts explained hrinfly the object of the meeting, which was to protest against the introduction of tramways into Fitzroy, and to condemn the action of the cenncil in approving and sanctioning tie proposed tramway bill. The ratepayers at tihe recent election has disapproved of tramways, and the cotncil Ihad agreed to abide Iby that decision, but had not done so. Tramways were not wanted in Fitzroy, dul shoohl not be allowed within its hounderees. If other districts chose to have them, let them do so; but they should not be forced on those ...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. Normanbyr . Footseray Juniors and Foot cray combined resulted in a win for the orner by 3 goals ald S Iltoinde to I goal and S Ilrhitids. Both sides played well, but he Footscray team went mlori for the men Itanl for the hall, playing a rey rough game,, everal times so far forgetting tlemselves as o use their lists when brought to the ground. I the ilrst half the visitors scored two goals .o their opponents nil, in the second the atle was more even, both sides scoring a goal. For the Nornlanlby, Lindsay, Mar ltall, sen., ]1. Nathan, M'Nichol, Jacoobs and oeron played well: whilst Roberts, Wil inms, Warren. and 3I'IMasters did good ser vice for their club. Normtnaby v. Sunbury, on May24, Queen's •lirthdav, nt tSunbury, reo al in a draw slightly in favor of the for.er by I goal and i behinds to 1 goal and 5 ILehinds. It was theer strength and weight that saved the ouontry teamn from a defeat, as it was nearly the middle of the second half before they soorel a...

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MATCHES FOR THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

MAlTCH Fi P0OI THIS DAY. Žonnnnhy v South Ynami 21d twcnty on thie ground of thi tormeor, Ediohorogh C:(r dens. Normnnby trorn:-Bokolcr ,Behoort, Elli, Fitzgerald, Hurt, Htagury, Heroin, IHoll, Jacohs, Korrlomi, Nifehiog,. Wilinbot, LUsoloay, Marshall 2, MeNlhol, Nothano B. Rnppipert S oooerThomas. Ensorgeotco, Nathan ( ;., \ithe s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

HoLLowAY's OINT?IENT all PILML. Rheumatismn and Neuralgia.-Though the former disease remoraelessly attacks permon of all ages, and the latter rntlhleely selecta its vietims front the weak and delicate, the persevering use of these remedies will infal libly cnre both eomplainte. After tile affectel have been diligently fomented with hot brine, and the skin thoroughly dried, Holloway's Ohitment must be nrbbed in firmly and evenly for a few minutes twice a day, and his Pills taken necording to the printed directions wrapped romunl eachl bo of his medicine. Botll Ointment and 'ills are accompanied by instructions designed for tho publio at large, and no invalid, .who attentively reads thmn, can be. at any loss how to doctor himself successfully.' [AvT.]

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MAY 22RD. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs, Robb and Raven, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MosuNDA, MAY 221It'. (Before MIr. Alley, P.M., and.lMessrs. Robb and Raven, .'s.P.) RiUnsuK .AND DISORIDDLY. Edward Wesley, Herbert Parker, and ]lesrietia Cambherswere chlarged with being drunk ald disorlerly. P'arker was flnells., the others were each fined Is. with the option of 24 hours. A yomng mnsan. named Henry Coohin, was eharged with insulting lbehavior i a poublic place. Thie evidence of constable Mason went to show that at half-past ten, o'clock on Saturlay 'night the prisoner wars .jostling persons who were walking along the footpath. As it was the prisonersa irst oflcnce, and taking into consideration that he had been looked op for 36 hours, their worships let hiss off with a tine of 10s., or in default 48 hours in gaol. Another young man, named Thomas Pat terson, was charged with a similar offence. Prisoner was in 'Wchbb-street at half-past eleven o'clock on Saturday nigllt and was jostling another young man. The young aoon in s ocsti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

'Tle, cloceo eato o iitlt of'theo prsoet ngo oa coi eld iloxtelroo ad ttcrntioan io t o lak~t . every article of fod,, particularly 'it. Toa. To enoure th' resldento of tlto sir tct'to porti wiuolesomo, al delicious i To n t a ot L price,'Mr. N. IK.tolvr . hlio opEa tl tle nearw orearree jint |lioh(l atrot fiertride street: itro, as'a Te: and 'Coee Dlepot, with' oelbet tiltr of Tlf bl ooat Cilia 'Irns, At ricer from o. to fr. per Ib. Choice Ceylli Coifee, o. il. per Ili. rolinn Chotaeyr; :3 ?l..per bottleo. ' Hle oaks tic public to give hino u triol. [Ar] 'A:m. NOTELS. he. " IIOTOClf!a , ORtT) FITZROY-ARMS •OTEL RAE ANI) IRID 1 TltEhtIiiiT ..... .Frsltclus Aceommlatlon for Travellers. 'Ius. eroery five nllutes rto, pencer-street Rhtitlm' W, RTRON(t,Ironprietor. PERSEVERANE 'HOTEI, BIRUNS?'ICK STILEKiT,. 1 '' CRACKEIN'S t'rlt AleA, and bist r1. e.hdc of Wllnle and Spirlts always Sstock. Charges moderate. B ACCIIANTE .WINE .TORE. CAMIIPELL iAo C., 120 S PRING STREET, )dMEltOUIRN.: WtI...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER IV (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

OUR STORY TELLER Th doisrun pI.o IrtOir;ee). Thl j then a (a 4rto su toni sWehih spilp utry-was kept uhpwith ntrintI spirit, eamy Jot s nal uorin , ll ho? ilyly livelled it tie peaonageoo ldrlsl esreoy the inge it s t hof atir the urn, ieo rnoe eould rwll t lake olrthi at te mirthf , throe juts provoked. Missu Dehtonihad flleu Into a reverite, and yinrg isok in her eorhionIel chir, took little or no hemi o wilat was lslg uaroueld. But Sir tdlhuhdrl, whio eoup ilodetooetln a wrnl here ltd three, fo(unel anrlreiant nll watching tlhe aintutei Iaces of the rtingen. Its mould enter Intoth thinrthJ of tile hystand. rl a they noted tile hilush.es a atlllrd tltters of the inhry slohle nn woic pretty Jinny or ihythe tlpolnethi resletel I hooer. thrust, ll he lasiiy jnitful ttr thie uniterai laughiter Itieled at haIrlill Dick or rmw haired Owl n, as soeso neglected fair one cruelly reekliLl his msil to a nal, or molel other tlnkeplt s rest. . The. wittlnst ol the rveme.iesker-the masllen o wh...

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THE SATIRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

THE BATIRIST.;.! "', BYo Scre Ccitexr.. Btlre should, like apolehel raeor, kcen, - '?" 'Woudl with n touch thaot is aoreely heltoer leon.' ," Te ho ors is a noble annoil, hndinoan iset still nobler, hbut thereo are specimens ofleaehob to be foundl which are little credit to tbelr'' species. I was Passing along one of;'d"le principal streets tie other lday wio n'oy at. it tention weas ttrooted by a dilapidated look-. ' lg indicvidal, standing near an0leqcnllyr dilapidated equlpage towhlch was larnessdcc , the remnatrs of wlat might have oilce 'lbcil !". a prise trotter. The proprietor of this mg. nificent tarbout was expatiating on the' cap. a. abilities of the steed n questloh I yen-". tarae to doubt the accuracy f his aseertions, 'C andl remarked that the animal ecmied come." whatot of repaoir. tIe lookedl to' to very I muhel as if some ingoloas person oil del signedrl a neow species on the gothic plan, hut'. had bIen hindored before his work ?ad boon t , conpldetel; andil I gently...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

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