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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not nocossrily ondorso the opinions of our currospondents. .

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

CRICKET. 'We notice that the various local crickot olubs aro commencing operations, and groat efforts are being made to secure the beost men for ~the forthcoming season. On Saturday last the Collingwood wore hard at work behind the Willow Tree, and every morning sees several of the members out with spades and barrows, getting their ground into condition. 'heo Capulots were also indulging in an afternoonls practice on their old ground, soume of the most prominent members taking turns in the bowling. They are working hard to take the "Cup" this season, Now additions have been made to their already strong team in the persons of Whitooak and Gay. Abbotsford were indulging in a scratch match and have secured a very good pitch for the season. The Yarra Yarra have taken possession of their new ground, formerly known as Kinsella's paddook, and although rather out of the way, will be with a little work the best in Collingwood, bar none. We see that they.have got several new men into the team...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLINGWOOD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

COLLINGWOOD, FJIDA,. SEPTEMDER 10. Before Messrs. W. Kidney (Chairman), J. Bowring, Nettleton, and Eade. Frederiick Brown, "n assault case, was withdrawn. " Patrick Farrell, arrested on warrant, was charged with having committed a violent assault upon his wife with an iron bar, on Thursday evening, at her residence, in Montague street. The man was fined 40s., besides one guinea costs, or committed for fourteen days. Nathan v. Hewitt, Guest v. Lane. and Hessio Smith v. Patrick Wade.-No appearance in these cases. Nathan v. Turnville.-Vordiot for .£4 10s.,' ahd'5s. costs. Millan v. Millan.-In this 'case Mr. Edwards stated'tiiat the parties had been married for only six weeks, and that the mother., of Sophia . Millan, bride and plaintiff, had taken out a summons against the defendant for refusing to 'maintain his wife, but the defendant now appeared in court and said his wife was living with him, and she really know, nothing about the affair. Th?'iase wap therefore dismissed. Mark Foyv ...

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

:'::!TrHE. CAB':EMEUTE. . linEtIE appears to exist some difficulty resppceting thoe:most fcnvonient and oligiblo site for a cab stand near to the Johnston-street boundary .of, the tqwns, of IFitzt'oy and i Colliogwood. i;The fagiiatos 'of the Eait"'ire lit ''vaiianco ;with thbj. digiiitris of thd Wtst; and, althOgl: 'th cas8It belc- annoi `be cpnsdiold op orlisppding magnitude 'tothe ;historical ,wars betweenthoe regal houses of, York and. Lancaster,,,wo can recog'nise, in'?this% locall fracas, the incipetit~ grm' s of a" municipal contest. The Collihgwood Council insist upon a cb-staiud being located in Smith-street, north of the, intersection of, Jonston street; ,; and:, ,.the , Fitzroy, . Council a'e +antagofiistic to that arranige-: mont. It appears 'that tlie'proeont cilabank has" occupied a very con venientposteonl i so consideriabl period,.. in '.Johnston.street,,.,on, the Collingwood sidolof the boundary; tand really we, cannot understand the reasohs for dibsihiig an alterat...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FITZROY LICENSING COURT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

SFITZRdfY LICENSING COURT. TnURSDAY, SEPT?-MBER OTIH. 'Before Messrs.' Temipleton, P.M., and T. Kidney, . .'Shis.cqurt opened at 'ne o'clock, when the following applications were granted: Harry Nelson, Westminster Hotel. ,Jane Gordon, ,Western Hotel. Lewis Koke, Eglinton Castle. William Pauli Sir Henry Barkley Hotel. lane Quick, British .Lion. 'Joh Ti 'alor, Rose of Melbourne. Mary McHenry, Post Office Hotel. ,Elishia Burton, Victoria Parade. "'Henry'Strr, Marquis of Lorne.. Jesý1% Kelly, Freemneon's Hotel. Peti Coop r Harding, Rose Hotel. Reco'~iii eifded byl Sergeant Larney, of la llarat, inid Sergeant Doyle, of Carlton. This license was granted conditionally upon the licensee keeping'tho house and premises in a cleanly condition. Michael Williams, Rainbow Hotel. .Mr.i Hitobin 'renewed his' application for a transfer of the license of the Sir Robert Peel' Hotel, 'Wellington street, from Eliza Fitzsimmons to John Ross. The manager of the National Bank certified that he had known th...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MISSING LINK. (ENGLISH CHUCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

THE MISSING LINK, (1NGL~'ii:diua n?x) .) Iu a increaselt'and increasing stress of ife is a' problem with,'which statesmen ianhot 'dal,,and theoly .reonedy which hilpsoph6ers iae ver, found or it is iscredited ;by usage and by thfaure;. ou cannot tench men to be moderate I' telli~ig, treinm,hrik t captt i a feast, fud' that. ease .and, contemplation, are worth all the splendour. inthe world. n-. fact,, ,voryfew., of your.l earers are, likely to have 0much choiqea ,toyhetlher lhey will mind you or not. is said bf some iRof·pssons--postibly of ill that there is a point iii them when the professor must choose between beong }icked upstairs pr downetail. ,It is much, the-.:same withl,money-getting,. It we slan,, still; thy yalhle of,money floes not, aid the socapl ai a1ofour particular state does 'lot. I is not i' delf thiity'i" 1iliilliiig h6' ew tbuyh "l'dM btead" hhd ' 'm't't"that it" bhillldg"' did twenty-flve years 'ago :: Any',given scale .of, livng, pu rchases. less) considert atie...

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

1 bllio 'aOtloarMp oe. COMVIMERCIAL ' BANK. OF AUSTRALIA, .LIMITED. * COLLINGWOOD' BRANCH. The business of this branch is now con ducted in the new premises, 246 & 248 SMITH STREET. General Banking Business transacted in all its branclids'. Interest allowed on Deposits at.the follow in rates: TianEE MoNTH' .. ... 3 per cent. Six MoNTis ... ... 4 ,, Y;Twuva, Mowdns .. .. 5 ,,t EDWIN TOWLE, Manager. COLLINGWOOD POUDRETTE (Guano and AMMONIA COMPANY (Limited (. ~ legistored.: Capital,'NominalA7T000. In 7000 shares of One pound. Payments- 2s. 6d. on application, 5s. on allotment, and liable to calls of 2s. 6d. per month as may be required, . ' ,. .. Prospectuses, testiinonials, and rules may vs had at the office, over No. 1 Collins,stroet e?dsa . This.oompany is formed to carry but 'in the above district the pntented process of Messrs. Hesse and Rummol, for disposing of and utilising animal excreta, as night soil, &o., for the towns of Collingwood and Fitzroy, under a con...

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

ESTABLISHED 1857+: Lm Pei "AUMONT, PL ' ,rmace.icaJ e.'. st,M, ' 99'WEL LINGTON st;' 'THOMAS ROGERS, iato Votorinay, Faiior to t o Melioprne Oinibus Compan'y, o.fromwhom?h?.r'eceived .. .. frst 1istestiliionial, Victoria street, Melbourne, A first.claes ,'rovis for Vicious Horses, .,THII NEW DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, 232 SMITH ST., COLLINGWOOD. J. DAV IDSON, Late of the firm of Davidson and Spence, Drapers, Bourke street east, Melbourneo respectfully intimates to the ladies of Vic toria that the above establishment is now open with'a now stock of General Drapery. The depn? t monts will consist of Habor. dashery, Fancy Goods, Gloves, Tlos,lHosiory, Fancy Dresses, Costumes, Skirts, Prints, Calicoes, Shootings, Flannels, Blankets, Quilts, Rugs, Millinery, lohnets, Hats, Feathers, Flowers, Men's and lOys' Shirts, Collars, Ti'les, Hats, Caps, &o.,'&o, jLadies and Gentlemen, I have, in ad. dition to the above, purohased the Stook of Drapery in the assigned estate of JoHN R)?o...

Publication Title: Mercury
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SATURDAY, SEP. 11, 1875. FUNERAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

SS'?TU DAYE 1, ,1875. TiEaIE tare, at prosent,,largo sums ,of mnoney ridiculously, expended for inter-. meits'which 'could be more 'advtinttige-' ously, '"pirorpiiated. In fact,"modeor so'i spends 'gid and ' t, e sensiblyiapplied to, the convenienlp,. of the livingli, It is one of .the irreconcil able anomalies of this age and jeinration that,, while, in' numrobui?s: iistauces, our pirse strings are nOt untied,'for th6 chariitable' relieuf of. exiting paupers, they frequently, ,become,; suddenly relaxed to defray. the cost of their eipensive 'sepulture. A ; man, or woman, t:may wrestle throtigh life in abject poverty, whe iti 'fa wf" iounds woull materiily, iidininister ?o hheli, comfort and, maiqteuue,, b,.ut the assistance .is withheld " until death claims. the :sulfei'rs f?or. his owii, and then the;: coinh "which'' W" uld' havo probably saved life, is pompously dis. bursodin • providing;, an s.ornauiental cotfin, andl a·gorgeous;, cortcye,, at:,the funeral' of the 'deceased.' We...

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

GENERAL NOT TIHE Mercury is published every turday J Morning. Persons wishing to hitthe paper regularly delivered at their ppe of business or residence will be chargedi. per quarter, payable in advagoe; by poAji jid. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat-, urday in the months of December, March,, June, and September. *rThe-Editor-will-be-obliged-for-inform ation-more especially relating to local '--CAO1'ETOERA'DVERTISIffGr Business Cards, per. quarter, from ,,Js. Od. Oficid.l and Election Advertisdeiontx, each.ineortion, pqr nh .. 2s. 6d. Want rpleces .S-rvants, Houses anui , Land' fpr Sale or,to Lot, Articls I - , for' S'lo . r 4lExcbhaL, OI'Mi be1 ' laneoua, Missing Frendg , &o,~ 1I Os. 6d.. .Ndties' of ,'Births, l Deaths, aind-o, IT --IMarriages- .s'-, - - ... . ... - Is! , O . ai To oADvEr.Ts a.--IR No.i .1 tq .w.Mi-4rpwy .advertUat4mtsahw#ud be giveAnsi;wrin (niloT f1HE Mercury can be obtained from any o I.L:thb following agetitd.-Subscriptibn' 1 's petiqi...

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SHAM ENGLISH. (PUBLIC OPINION). [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

SHAM ENGLISF-i. (Puo lcto O .•NION)) Mr. E. A. Freuomati gave recently the last of a s6t of six lectures on l'rThe" Use of the English Language,"` ihtt'ho' London Institution. The part of the subject which was treated of was the present stato of the language. After. pointing out tho leaning towards the uso of French and Latin words which showed itself in overy column of certain dlily newspapers, Mr. Freeman brought forward many exainples of foreign words which had sunpplanted good English words, alnd of words whlich had slipped into daily use in a seonso very dillinilt from their real meaning. Among those woro " ritualist," which originally mcluit a scholar versed In the iites of sundlry nations or religions, but which hadu within the last ten ycars come to moan oxclusively one who belonged to an extreme party In the Church. "Ovation," again, was one of these words which had bhoclno popiulha in Ihoe penny papers, and was used by every one without the slightest" heod to Its fitnlless...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ZOOLOGY OF AMERICA. NATIONAL MUSEUM, MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY SECOND PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

-'ZOOLOQY OFAMERICA. SNATIONAL MUSEUM, MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY. SIQOND PAPER. aE zoology Of~t'gplIcai and South America comprises numerous interest. 'ing bqbjcý,9Et w pich \wp9ssessiseveral' very" adtnirab o- spehimens.L 'The .faatheredtrilbo.ia.particularly.inoticeable,. and the exhibits in that department 1 'l bIbh6i:et8ifitle siiflciefit to reoard au --visit,-toth, is-gallery of. curiosities,-for tt hero we have the Chilian swan, and a group of beautiful ýicdisfrom the Folk: le land Islands,- Guatem'ala, Brazil, and tlY~hAfhiaiinfriver; ,vb' have also the i·ishuber, or 1scarldt (Ibis, orl South. America, a magnificent sca'rlet Hbidd; the ends of-the winge-elightly-.tipped with hblck7.l16n b6aks curving down wards, `hf if retfy ýellow throats; the Spqtaled aga.? - br-.Chilianid spoonbill, of-ChiAj wipth red bacl??ite breast, black hl~dj abd& sWoonbi l; 'the crax 'berti, or prince? Albert's curassow, Sui41 tA-fiei a very .hiindsome Sjrb kbd expw n ading tail;. the incdi4arab)e...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCILS. COLLINGWOOD, SEPTEMBER 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

Si , COUNCILS. CO0LINGWOOD, SEPTEMBER 8Tri Present at the; ordinary fortnightly meeting of the above Council-The Mayor, (Cr. Morgan) in the chair, Crs. Peters, Dohnebrt; Xidney; Wright, Holland, Smith, and Upton. : 1 -;, ,: .CORRESPONDENCE. The Collingwood Gas and' Coke Company; thanked the Council for their courtesy. ia waiving the three days' notice in re service pipes, and also expressed their opinion that the 'spdeciflcations were ' nnecessary and inoperative? the Act of ' Inoorporation providing' for any contingency that may arise. A reply was ordered to be sent, stating that the Collingwood Gas Company must accept the whole of the Council's letter, and not 'a part. . The Metropolitan Building and Invest ment, Society drew attention to. a plan showing allotments of land sold by them. for which rates, have beeon charged, and requestin=g that "the pirohasers be called upon for their:rates; so that' they may ibe. refunliod to!the society. Referred.to 'Rate Collector. :, , The, Dis...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANECDOTES OF DOGS. (LONDON SOCIETY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

ANECDOTES OF DOGS. (LONDON SOOITrr.) A few feet from me at this moment is a curious specimen of the long-backed, short-legged German hound yelept a turnspit, who came to the establishment a silent, reserved, even dull being. But on fair encouragement his faculties became developed. He showed signs of a humorous disposition-as though lie could relish a jest-and began to utter mysteriously uncouth and cavern. ones sounds, as though laboring to find an utterance. 'Tlheo begaun gradually to take .the shape, of eipostulation, angry remoilstrance, piteous entrouty, weariness, to say nothing of: literal yawns when lie was boreI. They al? wonderful creatures, even in Loinion, with curious puzzling ways of their own. Thus, lately one difrk night, the writer, entering a lhansom cab, wits duly encasedl wtiithi the glass and shutters. As the vehicle shot off on its course, something white appeared to flash on the footboard in front, which by-and-by r.0solved itself into the outline of a greyish...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PEA. (HARDWICKE'S SCIENCE GOSSIP.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

THE PEA. (HAnowIoKE's ScIENcE Gossrp.) GARDEN ' peas- appear to have been rare in the eaily part of Elizabeth's reign;. as Fuller observes that they were seldom seen, except those which were brought from Holland, and "these," says he, " were dainties for ladies, they came so far and cost so dear"; but in the latter part of her reign gardening had made considerable progress; and, taking into consideration how little it had been previously studied, her days produced the most Complete Herbalist, who studied and wrote upon all plants known at that period. Gerad's work is as excellent as it is voluminous, being free from those astrological absurdities that disgrace the herbals of Culpepper and others, who wrote about the time of the Commonwealth. A mind like Gerad's would be above such ridiculous superstition, and would know that a knowledge of herbs would be sooner gained by looking down to examine plants, than by looking up to observe the planets. This author informs us that one variet...

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

,.,,t; LOCAL: NEWS.. ,A Spoilling Beo was conducted last even ig in tbe,Northcoteschool-houso, npar All Saints' Church, when the fun went fast and furious. Mr. Sullivan has applied to tho Colling. .wood Council for permission to erect works within the borough for the manufacture of disinfectants for fluke in sheep, &C, , Parliament re-assembled on. Tuesday, and, on the following day,- was' adjourned unti4 Tuesday next, 14th current, when the hon. the Treasurer, will deliver his financial statement, 'and'the ' tug of war' 'between Free'Trade and Protection will commence. Tho'Victorian Commipsioners will, next Monday, liscuss the piboprioty or otherwise of opening the Exhibition every Sunday afternoon, between the hours of two and five o'clock. .The R.M.S.S. Nabi , left Gallo . for Australia on August 28th, and should arrive itt King Georgeo's ou'nd to day.-' Wo ought, therefore, to hear of her from Adelaide on Wednesday, next, so that before :our next issue, the vessel may be...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 September 1875

POLICE. ' Fitzroy - Monday, September 6th. Before Messrs, Mahonoy (Chairman), Delbidgo, Woodhead, Benentts, and Marsden. Arthur J. Edwards and Henry Mullen woro oharged with having committed a corniOn' assault upon Maurieoo C don, on nd Weorosovorally seontenced to throo months' iiuprisonmont, For damaging proporty to the value of 20s., in p house near Littlb Naplor and Weobb stroots, they woro flned 410., or an additional month oach. MIrH, Arthur WaLtt nummoned Tano Powoll for a common assault, '1Tho uas was dismissed, with 20s. costs, 0Scottv- 87-T SStewartr Verdiot4foor~.I. 2s 3d., and 5s. costs. ohn' Brow, alias' Cooker,; and WVillid? 'SouiJ `allas Porry, were oliarged with hsbau!t and' rbbery, oni Wedn'esday oven n•, the ' 25th' ultimo, at the' corner. 'of Gertoude and Young streets, Fitzroy.. The jrosecutor was John ' ryer a vendor of sanagl.ia.1ýdng,,9 S9fg5~do.trget.. The prisoners were charged with steali~gi?aard' kad halhlf ,of payeloysap flpqr whiich they hssaultdd the pr...

Publication Title: Mercury
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AN AWFUL DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

i, ANA 'FUr..DEATL?L,. V ,:, .-' voissil litte'' itrrived cia Iutveozs'oli brlhgstios :of hbo'lo.?'ifi its'!bbond" 6ncor, W`io"lyliig "at'nehdr off (lCtiid?,iscs iaii''. Obhau.' Th'6 a?oi'b Going' itoido, lib" 'iip;'wWskiaitidgf6ar a fmirivwin'd, :aiid lhore" loave "was ;givr `to `th4' .ore.w'rit iitclios. ' Tiho soeond oflldbr'kind his watch' o' r'rosnini', about, , hortdlistance in?andr Sh'oy reiphed trfoodid' 1n n t gro'ie', 'h;i dlhdhih ds' doietii'in'I4l had6t'6 jdy'hlio' luhnh th'6y "haid' broiglit 'albd with them. The mate had chosen ar spo a short- distance from;, the i re. :and' as eating his'foodbyhirimself, when ode of the men suddenly saw ig large :boa constrictor! udwindingFhis bodyf:from tlihetrmdtikof|a' troe.near the, mte. -Whnn'doeon tho'heiad of the'terriblo crK'atire wv drawn, back; its bright eyes glaringI with "fmiry; and its miouth :open', judst enough ;to display, its fangss it was preparing,!to' spring.' :The snake seemed to be some twelve or fourteen feet'in...

Publication Title: Mercury
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ADJOURNED LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

!, JDJOURNED LICENSING COURT. "i or H odgkinon renewed his applica. tltio for?a license forl wa new' house at--tho corner of Wellington and Ryrie streets, Collingwqod to, be.,known as the " Wood thorp'e Ho"el"' Mr. G. P. Smith,instructd by Mit Gillot', appearod to oppose, and Mr. SJ? Edwards;junr.,. in"support.. A?;witneos named John, Kilmnartin, who., described himself as a laborer, said he had resided nearto ater's Paddbok,.for five years, and kehei ti? thl public-houses' ii' the npigh' bbiirliood'whlisd nubibes were In excess of the" te4uiiements' of :the!locality.: James Steeth,. George .,Black,. Rev. Charles Mortimer ,Chorenury; Joseph .JTackson Martin Fifzigc'ald, Robert Carmichael, and Alexandoe r(eleall gave similar evidence. Mr.~Edwards, jhitr., addressod the bench in support of the application, after which Mr. ¢G P,,Smith retired from thq court, leaving Mr,, 'Gillot ,to. conduct the case for the opposition. , Svoral witnesses.were called wh6? ?bk1o favorably of the' applic...

Publication Title: Mercury
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FITZROY—THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

FITZROY-T??tmsDAt, SePTuflar 16raTsa l . Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., T. Kidney, and Marsden. Mary. J'okson, on remand, for stealizs calico, was coninlitted to .gaol for twq months,. 'P;hilip Verto'w?s d?ahrgd'clwth deserting fimi the hired sorvice of Dr. Daniel, who had engaged him at a' labor matt, but as thoeo was some doubt about the case it was dismissed. Johb Green, summoned, James .Iroad. hurst 6i~ 2os,. ,the 'value ofr?r?load of .dood. Mr. Elkins appeared.for the defendant, agains twhom, an order .was given for the t, iar it ' ono ' v. John" Stoe.l.--Dit. Gillott for the plaintiff and Mr. Edwards for thei defendait,.': who is 'a plasterer, earning 10s. a day. Plaintiff had been living with him as his lawful wifq since the date of-last maintenance order. for a period of one year.aiid eleven months, but she had now beeh,obliged to leave him, because he would not give her: any: money, and had had! iiothing but dry bread to eat from Wednesday until Friday. When she asked for ...

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