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

JIPERIAL CLOTHING COM1PY, . 143 BRUNSWICK STREET, Opposoku Wealeyani Church,' "" £?'! And 133 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. A FRIEND TO THIE WORKINGIIAN?AND)HIIS'IFAMILY. j-AV'IIO eomr?hnee irtnee. at tin ee natro. idlreor, tin, ?iopny ten i too,, Ithe krloente of tih DnItrot 5 mll tht Ltrmr o caiig Lantitoatwlth ready.mde Cleoti. nag at 'LnoWr RATYN tlhin' ove beforem ttempted, Evoery article will fo of their own naoetfatotin r nt na' mlK K AOll 01 tAO.OOKM lI N ." '.,, : , , , , ThoTlulxtrrO 1ht100o0 of the Iuaeohe?a uinnler ,the tuel aprvioau of a Co.lt:sT Cvrror, a l a porfect fit landc pl e mnpio tir fotnloa ony hr rolled oe. In tilts lrech alsoo a great reletto 00 rater cetrrent elewlrlere will im lde . i ... " Strit attention will h paipl to tihe delrie anlll requlrerentr of e|stoionre, eaid the tiid will tnt It greaty to theinr nitonogn to hineontn nn their patronage; wloih i oino darhill I prove., I ' . , Soys and Youths' 'Suitsfrom 12s. 6d;, Trousers and Vests -front 10s. d. g...

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

The close competition of the presenat age hes ca-ndl xtelsle adulte rations in ailmost v-ery articlo of food, particolarly . i. T??. To esaure the residents of this.ditrict a. iure, wholesom and :delicious Td?a?fat low price, 3r. X. 1'ttIvr. L has oprieal tli near premises juLst liuishd at .i3 (iertrle streett Fitzroy, as Tea sld Cot?.? Depot, with a select stockl of Iodinal aod China "Tes, at prices from ' . to :Is. per ll. Choice Ceylon Coffee, Is. Gid. per lb.: Iilihn Chutneys, :A. lid. per lottle. lie as:ks the public to give him, a trial.". [ArT.] - T NORTH FITZOY ARMS HOTE RAE -AND REID STRIETS. F i : .'irist cli?siA~omnl' tifor' Travellers. 'Iuses every five mniutist' 'u 1 8peice-itreet Station- ' W. STRONG;. 'roprietor; PERSEVERANCE HOTE.; A SBRUNSWICk STREET. : M 'CRACKEN'S Prie Also, and tbes brands of Wines and Spirits,always stock. Charges moderate.' * B ACCHANTJ-: WINE STOR E CAMI'BELL .%s CO.,_ 129 SPRING STRIS ET, MFLBOURNE. Wio-Lstis.r. A-In RETAIL UNWDUTA aS.' 2' Sr...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 16TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Barnett and Marsden, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

COLUNGWOODR COURT. TTo.nSDAY, MAY 1lr. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., inod Messrs. Bar nett and Marsden, Js.P.) DILUNK AND DISORDERLY. For the above offence George Lane was fined 2s. 6d, Henry Batts :is, and Patrick Cassin 40l, the alternatives being six hours, twenty-four hours, and 48 hours respec tively. Ol?SllCIIUiNi TIlE FOOTPATH° Robert Clharteris and John O'Rorke were loharged with obstrllting tie footpath in Wellington-street, on tie night of Snnday tlhe i14th inst. Mir. M'iKean prosecuted, and nMr. Oiilutt ondfeellln.' After a leigtlrened lhearing tile iench held the case tlobe proved and fined arell of tile defendants Os., to be recovered biy distress. O.\S-AULTI( N G CO\STAG|LF Robert Charteris was further charged with assaulting Colnstable Davidso in tile xecu tion of hiDsldty. Fined 40s., tori recovered by distress. AINSITI. G T I'AAULITAN. T. G. Denney, licensee of Massie's Hotel, \Welllgton.street, proseccted a larrikin nlamed John Anderson fou assault. After hlcaril tlhe e...

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

OUR' STORY TEIL;ER'''" ' MONA'S CURSE.. CiarrEc IV (Continuel). This sport-then a favorite one among the 1 Welsh peasautry-was kept up with intinite d epirit, maly a jest and sareaent teing slyl t levelled at the pe'?sonalges addreseI by the .ingerg : anl as each had their turn, no one ou1ld well take efClct at thie mirth thee. jests provoked. Miss Desmond lad fallen into a reverie, t and lyvig Imck in her cushionedl chair, took littleeor hleedl of what wans jmeiaigarouodo. But Sir EdIotsul, who couhl uindertand a word here and there, foullnd almusement inl watching the nitatel hface of the singers. He could enter into the nirth of the bystand-o crs as thet" noted the Ileshes and stilled titters of the merry maidens when pretty Jenny or blytlie Owynnteth receivedl a home thrift, and lie gaily jsinl i tihe niveresal 1 laughtcr levelllel at hanldsole Dick or brown. hairel Owen, as some neglectel fair one ernelly revroledl his suit to a rival, or some other ill-.kept secret. The wittie...

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THE SATIRIST. Satire should, like a polished razor, keen, 'Wound with a touch that is scarcely felt or seen.' [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 27 May 1882

THE SATIRIST. Be SYet CetrrQ:. Satire shoald, like a PliishIl razor, keen, 'oufndl with a touch that is scarly felt or seen.' The horse is a noble alnimal, and an is still nobler, but there are specismens of -teh to it found whlich are little credit to their species. I was pasing along oee of our principal streets tihe other day when mly at tention was atteectet by a dilapidated look tiný individual, standing near an equally tlilnpidated equipage, to twhich was hIarnessei tilhe relllallts of what mighlt ihave once beet a prize trotter. Tile proprietor of this ilsag ttiicent ttrnout wasexspatiating on tile tcp abilities of tihe steed ill qlestion. I ven turel to doubt the anecuracy of his asertions, ntd renarketd that tile anisli seenled loete what out of repair. Helooked to tme very much as if some ingenious person had de sigeLed a new species ot tihe gothic phitt, ltt htl been hinderctl before his work haid hecn comlpleted; and I nently said as much. The proprietor, who S found is ...

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

SIZIAL COLUMIr. WHOLESALE CLOTHING COMPANY. IPREIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. LONDON MERCHANT TAILORS AND HABIT MAKERS. The Renowned, Original, And only makers of Geelong Twel Trousers, To Order, for 12s. Gd. IMIPORTANT NOTICE. OPENING OF SPRING GOODS. OPENING OF SPRING GOODS. IREAD OUR PRICES:- Cricketing Trousers, 12. 6d. White Vests, is. 6d. Black Doe Trousers, 12s. 6d. Black Vests, 6s. Trousers and Vest, IS. 6d. Universal Sac Suits of Unalterable Tweied, 46s. Fashionable Light Summer Suits, 48s. Gentlemen's Summer Overcoats of West of England Wosatrings, 37s. Gd.; usual price, 50s. All Goods Made to Order. All Goods Thoroughly Shrunk. Fit and Style Guaranteed. Single Garments to Order at Wholesale Prices. JUST OPENED: W OO L L E N S BOUGHT DIRECT From the LARGEST MANUFACTUIRERS, And every Advantage taken of the Fluctu ation of the Home Market. Six First Class Cutters Elgaged. Newest Styles and Fashions to Hand. N.B. Telephone communication from head o?iee to all our branches, to fac...

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

,IMPERIAL CLOTHING COMPY., 143 BRUNSWICK STREET, Opposite Wesleyan Church, And 133 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. *A FRIEND TO THE WORKING MAN AND HIS FAMILY. .TA VING commenced n uineas at the above address, this Company intends to supply l the resident. of this District nod the surrounding Localities with rra.ly-nmade Cloth Sinag at "Lowa "RAes than ever before, attenpted. - Every article will be of their own - anufacture, STrLz and WoanMASsaiir GrAslNTTEED. - The .TAttosRcr. BRANCH of the business is unler the soupervieion of a Cote.tTror Crremn, and a perfect fit and complete ratisfaction may Ib relied on. In this branch also, a great reduction on rates current elsewhere will Iben eIae. Strict attention will be paid to the desires and requirements of customers, and the public will find It greatly to their advantage to accord .uau their .patronage, whichd one 'trial will prore. , '_"ay'aasd'.Yostha8a' itaitena_1i._6d. ,:,,Trouser and VealS"from "10..6.6& Every article nmrkedin...

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

4it ion TIitul jJrCs1. SATURDAY, MAY 27th, 1SS2. Ox Wednesday last, the 'sulbjects of Her ?racious Maiesty, Queen Victoria, throughout the globe, had another op portunity of expressing their loyalty to tlheir sovereign. For forty-four years she has reigned over the 1British Em pire with a wises anll beneficent rule, and throlghoot that inie, by her gene rous actions, admirable judgment, and her love for justice and peace, she has so gained the altections of those who have enjoyed lier sway, that on every hand her natal day is hailed with heartfelt prayers of ' God save the Queenl' When we look at the magli tude of the territory included in her doiuniionls, the enormlous neilber of iln dividuals who owe her allegianuce, and the vast scope, of their interest and exertions, the importance of her posi tion strikes the minld with awe. Ele rated to one of the highest dlignities which it is possible for humuan beings to bestow, at the early age of nineteein, her life has been one full of i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

-Tho oloot icon olfpui lo f tno prcoont ago trim cnnmoo oto in nit oddltonotionn o oinioet ninry artuloo of fool,, p;irtionlnrty in Tot. Tn, oliuro. th, ninitlriito of thi s istritt a i'nto, 'tinultootnni anid itnttoont'n'n ot t low trito," Mr. X. ItO'itV:iL etoo openled th eo ow oioi;rqitnjiintoot IioII t IB (ietortoo street Pit~oly. ilni Tro o Cotton iti)ent, wthtlin othot otoot: of fiolbno nitd Chlatn'tooen,, nt 1nutnce onin 2io. toI 3 t. ) r CtnlCon ,. t. jiorlr bottle. Ile noho :tln PsnttIt to giau lilt h titat, ". Latr.j . - omTas. a ?e. ORTIo FITZROY 'ARMS HOTEL, RAE AND RPID STIREETS:. Flret.elass'Acommodation for Travellers. 'utres every flIe mluttes to tRpencer.uteet Stettnne" W. STRONG, roprietnor.' U NIVF,ERS.A L H O T L, SJ uie St., commrner ofl RmeSt.: Only Rest Brands of Air., Wine, and Spirite kept. S . GL ERVI:, R 'orastn ro, late Lrenmee of (loucester Hoteltll. a?dest. BACCIIANTEl WINE STORE. CAMPBII'LL a?u CO., t12 SPRING STREET, M1ELBOURNE. Varet.r.tr..a .tan SlI...

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ALLEGED PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

i ALLIEIOED PE.RJUnY . At the' Fitzroy Court oil Thurednay, John irSmart was lhrged with laving on tho 10lth a day of Agit 1881, coinmitted wilful and y corruptperglllry by ewarltg tlmt there wa_ no legal- hnp ltonnt to iig minrrtingo with eone anry AIn ]ane, lie klowlg at thi tinO lthat thle aid Mary Ann Lane was the wife of ona Thoman IeMao lanU.. r lMr. Goeea proocunted, n.ld Mr. Gillott apt feared for the dcofene. " , ' TIinoa foano raeo; rt crp nt eri, raeldl h InrHokley.ntreot, Cnarlton, topoed that on til nlth Ioember, 18g8i , lno wor mnrried to the lidy tIow in court (Mr, Mary Aan anlo) the ceronoay being nnperforedl by the i oe, t Clemeat lIfndiny. 'Tim dnooemnt now pro. thlcedi wno tlh nrriage esrtlllfiate It woa ignaed by wltnessa Mrs. Loane left liolherio nl tihe 2lthi of Augast ant year, antm seil alter witness Mheare the t slfe was marred to Johin Smart on tile 1rth of that mothl. Ile i il not ace hI r again nitll sio roetuned froml Addlfdnl some weeks ago, Mrs. oioe w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

jtorrat dittftnety, wtith mnl eat eitr'o ' ontaoollijidroein have orxpeeientd. to to pro. oate good, strong, Ioetiiig, eorntotntahl cover ngfot the feet ofl tlicir otiepri6tbi. 'A soec: nlttyy in hlldh-loggnl olholl haute 'in bcing Ilirao lip Mr. F. 'carpelnter, of 1715 Brune. Wick tl deOtttorhiý none moat rtteebtolfor the tnenomng seoroll e rt ll anscum to haver tt gtel liy, ottmemit thletr a ject,. nod ore tmntmm sold oreipidty" as, they coml tmo ImadeOl WVhioeno r thb wea'thbiris' vrif?dl', and tihe temnpel?rtro cnootintly cehngiio?; the weak nild dclito noust beo'very:?nref l to neglect no synptom. of 'disoorerd 'actiol or ill healthi. Wcak:chosteld and strintnos sub. jecta will fid in l eSn t ohese ble remedies the mneaons of notig out tln bad hbmours wolioh orgigtotu ond proloug their' nutfoltnga.. Tho Ointmelnt ashould be well rubbed twice a nany over the chest and the Pills taken, in alter. ntitr doses. It will pienerattandnanet motst nholaono lty md enogetigcally na thio de...

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THE SATIRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

THE SATIRIST.' BYI Stt?n Ctuvt.. ''' totor aotootti, Otto toota Iwotn dooo, tt:ooo'e h'ou1o1d ?oit a tolch Ltl 1is tardi)y felt cr to e." A tragedy " A comedy I 'Ya, bLoth comr hled ; twro tll ono.,with the 'orlo:ocomlea.le Iilmot largely developed, I will lay thle sctn In tile silburl of a |lotlriholgsooliitoera.city, where y antlefnt gOltc of bowls,'fnds vota ries anlongst yu onlcieont nllll dignified, riot. toots, olid in a neoghboring colony. where the saleo gamn is oalso greatly afTfected.: Not long ago, thle bowlers of tohe oubarl' reforrod to, vtisitt the first ctty''of' tile .eoloy Ad joltuog, sltd ihdgltd oil ta frotidlygonles of bowtloo a gay nni festiove holhidty. Iclluolod ouloogst tihe visitors wobro tllrco'eoti'o fathers of the solttrb in': rluestlo, whom' ro will for tioe tilo desiognato as Crb, Af t and C, .res lectively}, ilon of these, C:,'A, concluded to comb bushiaess with pleaaurocand dtn Olct hioouihid itel cnlarge fie ideaso'oli sott'o rtl ollljectl of tintore...

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THE STAGE. [?] THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

O Mo?o layt nmtl 'itlcay evetinlga the I Mlontnhag-Tuaaniar Opera CMllpally gavei a1 rederieg of ) hlzercttl'a gelal opera "Le- . crezia lorgia." The reason this worn wase given was ecease it lhad Iben promllsed, atd i sooncr than break that prolmiseo tihe ranage. meat withdri'w tle opera oa "'ligion"i which wsal behlg so sple..lidly given. La- t creiia ]lorgia is all opera that dcmialde" heavy ad ainmost eoetilnous exertiont from y the principal perfocrmrs, antd it r?ceced aUcceslet alll ellicleit relderig at the t hlalldsof Miss Malltegun, Sigllra Ve\elostna, Mr. Ches: Tinrr, aai Mr. .. (torieon. 'J'iTe a charalter aof Leraain Ilorgia was spleadially a giren by Mice Montague, her sigeing bieing 1 gread, atIadhr actig tbeing ta iar elraitira a mud lrcihaib styie. heatiero Ihaln lis part t.il hy Mir. Challrles Trelcr, iwlio wee idi great tomI, ailll e?ery oae aes tllegllcted witlable prfonntaeea. lliiireets aid triosnn withi Mils Meelrau nawl Mr. (laluen ware } reiintedleaiyeeoreda,...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MAY 20TH. (Before Messrs. Falconer, Showers, Best, Robb and Marsden, J's. P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

POLICE INfTLLIGANOE. Fl'Ztf0h COUI'I'. Alo.vIiar MAy ?!hfrl. (Ilfore atclr. I alotr. RShowero, ]leat, floll l atid 2lnlooloo, f'o. I'.) alluNlLK AND lIlr(OllI)EIII.Y . .olui Sllhh, Tl'homaa Cowayy, Nellio Ilrlrohl nlol AoIIII:O (rloii i'ero aoeoCrolly ,ohorogo wfit thoe aloio offooce. fi'oea waao hlolodIs., oitlli thoe optioa of -It ior, , the otLira were of hisohrged.o. I.?HU·TI NIl llYgllt~vlllilt. Tiaothy Noonan for eilhfflig aIlour in p bli' plnce was itfieol I 0s, or I4 houra fo fool. Iorge Ilrecknolll vwoa also lcharged woit tlhoolioooolhiicoi, filt oo tlto ooivlenoo wao tlo t LOafo'oo, ho oao o sliffooliogel. A\ mihhflloa ogelfeoRU o ooiole Aooio \WVot film I ol g oI g toilty to o Chnr o of tolg aso. ofolsocauo looguage within tho heariigof tfie nlli Tuner pleaded ilot gooilty to a sii. ilr oflfence, hut l th o evidence against hiu woonuhouohoif'o. Ilooli of thlseo piriioiiora w f loood fit0s, writli tio oltoEnativo of ,18 hos itai conrclatioo. l'{TIJI{ A+?D TOIII. A lad oil ...

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MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

I.AmTCHI l LA',EII LAST ,+AT'I;Tnlt Y, Normanlly v. South Yaram nold twenty resualted Il n earsy victory for the forler bo " Igronie g oal ndln III Ielijnds to' I behinL 'Tis umiteh waos played on tih grouln of the Noanlllly, IEdinllhalg (ilillr . in d wa void of nay great intrest, the visitors being no match for their opponent, tim local telom Irom start to finish oaving thi gmno in their drlan hantds. WhVen half th nwas called the ganoo stoold N'oronby goaols nai10 behioldis to Nouth Yarm's ona ioehlntl. 'rite forer hLoltld h av e eord ore, so acoi? easy cInaI?o . Ioeing moissed; theo anl okiokeh wner C. Free. nnoaIad oliiaker. \hincll plny owao roeslloooo itrwlas eviden tlt ht thie South wo ld faro wors thio?t'in the prorioos hif, anol so it tooo'ieo out, they Iot getting nitlglu ing ch tntl, wiiiot thlo reds scurert 4 nloro goonls, dioo to thicotraight hickiog of 'C. Foremaino, Iloronll, Kcriigaonl n li o no lc no oli . behlinldS, i For tlio ' ?ol'ooaoioy Iilnosay, Kc'rrign,, it...

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THURSDAY, JUNE 1ST. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Marsden and M'Lean, Js. P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

Tt?lselunt, ineP Il?T, (Illneru tihe rMat or,.a i e ? trs.I'. lenteit ial t . M'eLne .n,Jt.t'.)i " Alexntmur Miller, liomnmas Lifghfoot, eed Intallls IRoase ewl, were eh'get with Imite ' drunk ind dlasnlerlyi; ,Theiy ca pladi?dli guilty. Lighltlfoot was fied S., Miller is,. witi d.si. expenses, aid lRosetwcin sm: with Is, iexpeases, the altereamtve In nach case bnil g21 2loilrs ilmprisulmeflt, I, ISm xTIN IIt te:It IVIOII. A raspectabl looking ane laneed rael lcis I)llllcnl Wasin eli.ed with iusultilg lnslavionr It l pebe lplnce. Ho plealeed gielty, isnd wats liuld IO s wlth tlhe optio of .18 Itonrs ill gaol. AIuas ttly nu nasalla'i'hhl Kfir ,lnl as; wan hai rgel wtit iihietng t lawgetingl vitl vingoy of suppor"t: 1'io" prisonler's witsil dapjoscd tlit Ilor husband was Ra nito def anld lninety t til, sad that lie trit tint ebl t In do aty .teinghe t eatenem Iniig hn Ileltetefllf Witnets wan Itt!aly'lniir blu to in Fvide for him ns also innsd ient etnlihete pennottimle n liting fe m ...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

SPORTING NOTES? FOOTBALL. -VWhat e nay call real excitement over thle abolm ganoe s now taking plnce tin Fitz. toy. For the pmct IFew sacaons wacc Ic only h ld o elub in this city i, .the Fitzroy .huioers ; other clubs such as:thle Alna and Fitzroy have started,, Iut whether friht want of unity or non-s.mclicency of memn\ers, have eeon unable to keep together.. Thei season, Ihowever, Mecssrs. lpooncr und Ioere, Into of 'tie Juni ore, took It iunto their Ihadso to stnrt nothcr club under the direct pnlcmonge lof .I, Picippc, Isqc., of lircultsck.lrcot. A ellcral metin wnas hlcl in tile ]llvocick Itoldtel, tlhe rllt beinog thlitaoctclcier clb ans formed lunder tileu Illllo Of thle orcnly. Iotill clibc hrae hifrtcd thll eeaao inlcccrci overy aaplcioua circcumstaccea, Lt thc often alcked icoeatloc, whichi is the best clbb, in toi e dlelcled llext Sctllclly ekC, clu, .hIc IOth, oil the grounlld of tile .Iniors, Ricuhmond nclddock, anul as botl clulb are cigtlillcc as to tlo reslt n v-ry ...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 30TH. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Marsden and Barnett, Js.P.) A PUBLIC HOUSE BRAWL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

COUTllNCIWOOI COUtIT. T'uV.IAo.t, MAY 30Writ. (1leforoethlo Mayor, l0d 0 lesaro. Marsden nod lmaronott,'Js;'.) A I'01r311 IlOtJ1 · IIA iUM.. Alleo yollll , t n nelt respectively ool0ll i eluy, l he lhnr yolle, onle W\lm. Woells wfro pled HI thi dock chargeda with tih followllg offlloce, oebbry at . llysspe's lotel, W\o llhlgtolo.stro t i nssaoltlig o'. C. I)ennloy icelcseo of thait hotold oona lttol al iscth li)eony, wo of J. it. lien oy, ll willflly dnioghill tho property of the sohi I. I. ceunoy. 'he prisoner iVylod was florthur cllaorgeol h itntll h uit priolocr to rosiat thu pooice. ior. l'ealino licotclted tilh pros?cllloll anil oIr. Lyolls delcfclloed .Wyn\ntue ct Kiofoy. Thllu first witoenss cne wnot Mrs. ioonoy. Silo appenred to ho ion a very lroila stato, nl llit wvs with tho grrntet s idulty d that thle facts col ol the tlicited from her. ilor oahluooou au to theut olIoct that at trow lty Iitihotes to twelve o'elock oi thlo nighlt of Storhloy thoe 00th .\Iny, thu thIreo lr...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

oRI INAL CORRE91?ONDRENC E. To Tll EtitTOR o0 THE FITI7.OY ITY 1IIS. Sir, -I your issto of tho ithlfoy, there oppc?arcd Il the pIlllic eolnnlt s araport that ,vo?lall pirivllg tim lonilu of .ISIIili CullIu y, hiod lieoh tined I s, or 48 hooir' in goal for Irnnkooesao. Now sir, as thoro ire, accord. log tl the td tiietbryIo othcr peopfo of that Sotio In tioe olony it Idtieoies apparent tht thdowdrii tino. qottoi,'di, t" thtvu hoanled lii Kii titloii oto, 'tlfiettier throittlh proji. lic or iot, it is of ?colrse ilposibleOto say. Ydu piipor lhifoglorgcly rend thollughot the u mdoir fi'oisftfiet wh'er I' ant: known, it.wold gicotly injtlro moy roeptation woero I to allow thlis rojrt to go ii lticcd. i 't16 :Yotig.stredt Ftzroy. ,I

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 31ST. (Before Messrs. Craven and M'Murtrie Js. P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

cl·PIl Tod. couit'i 'lhT. (1kcfoio frcanr Craovenaid MM'iartrioja.l.) DtRUNK. ANDI r IStN O IIIXrjIIA, Irobcis T. Trostan, of the Harlp: of Eon lIntel, Mahdclle tlntpSt, e,;\\" leoonleod fr ftloe alpoe oblece. Def oollp:nt i, Iiot al'. penreeboooonlkof0, ,i1 cdlebtlob oroll oed the eoeriee of tloeuo nnoenoee i uo ll OO ffoO lbt'O wife, ooil nlioolier rojstallo lofoooooooolftboe floatlntl oofentdanoooo t'hl kf'ooll. tloe c1 ol ueto ofo abount of drinoking. i'bldir Wor alilps considerately adjournecd the cma e for Sseve days. " . Oi?, LTY TO A IO10IIi., ?r. iMiallar, on belAlf of the 8ooloty for tlle Protctilooi of A ionnle, proecited' a wo&l uirter Iolnao John Cookroll for nluelly fIlItrenotfng ' horoe . After eiarig the oevi doienuo of Tir. Tames lOnrton, J.1', and plmai ClothlO Constafblo Tihompson, of tiOh Carlton tstotlo; ti he benh finhli th defendan t 20s. with 2s. costs, . MIr, Inrt, on belalf of the tristees of thile mnelbournu e o(lirul Cemetery, Itrose uted a uolooi...

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