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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

COMMERCIAL ; BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIBMITED. COLLINGWOOD BRANCH. The business of this branch is now con. .3 ata n thoener prmises; A y; 246 &, 248 :SMITH:SSTREET. General Banking Business transacted in all , Ix L' iits branches'; LA Interest allowed on Doeposits at the follow in rates: Tnnz MoNTiIs ,.. ... 3 per cent. SIx-MornTs 4 aN ... . .; r i 4r. EDWIN TOWLE, Manager. COLLINGWOOD POUDRETTE (Guano C land AMMONIA COMPANY (Limited Registered. Capital, Nominal47000. In 7000 shares of One pound. Payments 2s. 6d. on application, 6s. on allotment, and liable to calls of. 2s. 6d. per, month as may be roquied ... ' . Prospectuses, testimonials, and rules may o li'd at'the office, over No; .1 Collins street eoat "' This company is formed to carry but in the above district the patented process of Messrs. Hesso and Rummel, for disposing of and utilleing animal excreta, as night. soil, &c., for the towns of Collingwood and Fitzroy, under a contract with the local councils and a ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FLOWER-TRAPS. (SPECTATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

FLOWER-TRAPS. (arsPCATon.) As far as we can gather, the years which have followed Mr. Darwin's announcoment and verification of the great principle of "natural selection" as an efficient cause of changes of type 'in the various species of plants and animals, have' tended in the minds of the greatest living naturalists to prove that, though a very powerful cause, it is not by any means the only cause which has been at work in effecting those changes, and that it will not be possible ultimately to explain many of the curiosities of organic life by the service which those organic modi fications have even at any time rendered to the species to which they belonged. An illustration of the tendency to diverge from Mr. Darwin, not, of course, in relation to the great influence which the principle he has discovered has had In altering organic types, but as 'to the extent of the principle, is afforded by a very Interesting' lecture of Mr. Lawson Tait's, delivered, at Birmingham on Tuesday, 'o...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

M.R,S,.,B,O B A S.T,. DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, ,T 3iE 6ND E rOUSE.1 WELLINGTON T,' O LINGWOODI , (Corner bof Simn st.) :Dre'ssmaking in all its 'Br.andiohb GRENNEN: &. VINES,, PFsbionable Boot and ShoeMakers, 193'SMITi STREiET, FITZIROY. All orders and repairs promptly attended to., ;Charges strictly moderate. SPECIAL NOTICE, Allk inds of PRODUCE ,.ON SALE. , o""I1R r 0Y Smitlh, Street, J. ,A~r T HLO I A:S, T.E.'rTiOR, &?o., 98.,.D.RUMMOND ,ST. ' .CARLTON. , .... Gentlemen's own material made up. MISSM' McKEY, GENERAL DRAPER, 81 G'ERTRUDE ST., FITZROY. Millinery, antles, Costlimes, Hosiery, Feathere8, Flowera, Cuffs, &c. The Showroon i..uinder the managomcnt of Miisa. cKo*.. MRS. HIGGENS" FANOY :REPOSITORY, ,._ .149 SMITH STREET, FITZROY. Braidin Blocks in roatvarioty. 'Pattrns St ,:ed on'- egery;. atorial' for Braiding. Pildng ,done.: Berlin:Wool in groat'varity of colors. Registry Office for Servants, Agent for Coutts' guarautood Acetic Acid. :G., ANSELL, -. ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. ONLY A WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

POETRY. ONLY A WOMAN. ONL a woman, shrivelled and old, The prey of the winds, and the prey of the cold 1 Cheeks that are shrunken, Eyes that are sunken, Lips that were never o'erbold; Only a woman, forsaken and poor, Asking an allus at the bronze church door. Hark to the organ I roll upon roll, The waves of its music go over the soul! Silks rustle past her Thicker and faster; The great bell ceases its toll. Fain would she enter, but not for the poor Swingeth wide open the bronze church door. Only a woman-waiting alone, Icily cold on an ice.coold throne. What do they care for her, Mumbling a prayer for her, Giving not bread but a stone. Under gold laces their haughty hearts beat, Mocking the woes of their kin in the street. Only It woman! In the older days Hope caroled to her happiest lays=; Somebody missed her, Somebody kissed her, Somebody crowned her with praise; Somobody faced up the battles of life, S trong for her sake who was mother or wife. Somebody lies with a tress of her h...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY, SEP. 18, 1875. THE REFUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

i ATURpAY, SEP. 18, ,1875.; , , THE. REFUGE: ., IN. January. 1872, a .very deserving reformatoriy. institution was transferred, by :t1leSocloty; for the promotion of public moi'ality, to the managerift 'pf a , eo iintco, under vwhose discipline and quspices;it has prospered beyond expectation, We alude to ithe former "Carlton'Refuge," whose premises are now situate at 11 and 13 Great Oxford stieet, Collingwood; and it''is: satis factory to ascertain that, -during the three years .which have elapsed siee the alteration was effected, .therp have been:285 adrpissions,! of which ,number 214 have beenprovided for; 'while the avrlago'annuial 'incoino; for 'the satei period, hias amounte'd to £265,; besides which, a furthIersum of 150 has en collected ,.towards,-; purchaising,., the presents .premises.: ? Theo i institution referred' tb'; has; ;ambng itd ,truly philaitlirohicobjects;tluii reclifiatifi'bof fallen women' and,. to prove its 'utlity, itappears only pnecessary to mention that, ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

I'RTLINERY.evWant©d two: apprentices.' 4'1 nI,X)rs.ievely, 67,Smith Street. i T.-T oseandso.ne Smith and' S8tfloy [it?dd?t! Theboest'burinoss stand'ini Collingwood. The shop is 31 x 6Ift. with beautiful ~late.glass windols, ,(Finoe Jight celar, same size as shop) 'Thore ,are also s la&~e rooms. Suitiblo for' iny.businsce,. lMy bd`h'd fd ia'tirin df'years' ApIply at thd~ eicu~fof?ie, Fitzroy. ' ,Hntl(,.,. TOWNOF OJ 'IVZROY. ALTERNATE TENDERS 1will be .1' rociod'u'ntil G o'cloclk pin. on Wed n'diil;l 22nd in'stj, for CLEANSING' the streets;':lanes; : alloys, and ,rights.of-way within theo'!own of Fitzroy, for 12 months, commencing, jst October, 1876, according to ~pecifidations to be soon at this office. ' The lowest or any tender not, necessarily adcepted."{,: T;'.m'. " :Byiorder, ,. HYAM HART,, lown Clerk1 'oovx Clerk's office, I'itziLroy. ': ': ' TOWN' OF FITZROY..'' ; I1END RS will be received until 5 p'olook .,tp.m.lon iWoenesday, 22nd. instant, for iicutinig thoe'PRINTIN...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

POLICE. FITZROY-MosDAtY,' ;IiTEmaBER 13TH. dBefoey Messrsr T"Kidneylhairman) Woodhead,. ,'.: William Ennis, Henry Fogg. Henry MoLa "hlin?, afd 'Jiadns aaud'r, alt Lranpsf l, $ 'cro oharged ith"" 'sahis . From the evidonco,,it appeared. that the boys, w4b formed'partof adisorderly m?b, woro parading Smith street 6n n,8?atirdy night, to 'the ,torror df the 'sh'opkbpers, hicluding Mr. 'Conistahtino, dyer, and, Mr. Cameron, sign-writer. The former gentle man waas amot, brutally attacked by, these miscreaiptle;ibout sii· of Wliomi weri"armed with most formidable bludgeons, one of which was produced in.court. Thu'prisonor Ennis 'assaulted Mr. 'Cameron, and threw his' shutters down; .,whilst McLatighlihiand Lander committed' a most cowardly attack on' ' rospebtable' 6 ioy naeind Josbph' ýalo:. There' not' being 'sufficient' 'evid?i'~ce, to convict Fogg, he was dischargdd. 'l'he father of McLgughlin addressed the bench, stating. that, hie son never was a larrikin, that this.was his ,frst of...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. In fulfilment of' 6ou pronmise, we venture to make an effort to give our readers abrief description of the 'various exhibits sent' from Collingwood and Fitzroy to the Inter colonial Exhibition' A considerable itumbler of articles have been sent, and those are vory varied in .their. character, and the short accouitb we shall be only in a position to give; will, we fear, scarcely do the justice the exhibits, deserveo, They are such as give' unmistakable. credit' to .the district And: .the manufacturers.'' In 'comparison with ' the exhibits from' "other districts, Oollingwood and Fitzroy;are .not behind, but they will very favorably compare. 'We must say, in" reference' to the exhibition itself, whilst there is a decided manifesta tion of. improvement upon the exhibitsi of any former show;, yet we cannotb.say that the Commissioners have altogether hit upon the 'best distribution and .classification of articles. There is:n6thing, throughout''tlie building to gu...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HUMAN RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

THE HUMAN; LAOB. '' . The Collingwood Debating Socloey hold its usual fortnightly mooting last Monday evening in the Locturo-hall of the Oxford. street Indepondont Church.' Mr. Boattio, one of the vice.presidonts, in the' chair. There was a good attbndance. Tiie subject matter of disoussion was "Is the whole human race descended from one pair." "'he debato was opened. by Mr. W. MI. Hutton who read;a'short paper in .support of .tho theory' of tho diversity of the human race as opposed to its unity. He 'remarked that it was natural 'for men to ondeavour'to trace back their origin-to look rbifore and aftoi. Maryatt's' fictionined "Japhut in boarch of a father" was a prototype of humanity in that respect., His efforts though persovering, were"'htt eminently successful, and Topsy's prfound remark that, she "'apecs she growedi" really after all was the sum and botal of all which had boon discovered by the acutost intelloots of this or any other age regar.ling the 'origin of the various ra...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCILS. FITZROY, SEPTEMBER 15TH, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

COUNCILS. ' FITZROY, SEPTEMBER 15TH, 1875. There,. wore, present . at, the ordinary fortnightl .neoting! boV the above Council --Hise Worship the ,Mayor (Cr. Mahoney), fJi..' :Ewing 'Roive,: Evans, Showers, Woodhead, Tuckor, Lyons, and Hackett. COaRESPONDINCE. Mr. S. Barker, on behalf of the Good Tomplars of Fitzroy and Collingwood, asked the use of the Fitzroy Town Hall for a religious service, the proceeds to go to the funds of the Hospital Sunday. Roferred 'to the Mayor, with power to act. .Twq communications in ro a right.of-way dI .'Arigyloo street, on behalf of E. A. Jack ,sohfhiTcbdfor'a'ro.oonsideration of an order to construot a cubing in said right-of-way. add t1ppod the matter would be settled, as eitrly as ossible. Referred to Local Board pofl,'alt . ' Theo Jkka Council drew attention to' the nnao(t of two lamps on Northooto Bridge. Itoferredl to Publlo Works Committee. 1:,i?. tBralsford made an application to onnstruao a crossing off Heidolborg road. Referred. to Public...

Publication Title: Mercury
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

LOCAL'. NEWS. The ministor:for education has promised that a State school shall be ereocted in Fife street, Collingwood, and the. hon. gentleo man will take an, early opportunity of inspecting the site. Mr.; Marous Sievewriht' is the Douglas Jdrrold:' of 'Fitzroy, ; TheT -learned 'gentle :man: oceasionilly displays a spontaneity, of wit ,as facetious: a. itis opportune. Only oi .Monday, last, when hevas, attorney for 'i onth 'iby the namne jf Perry, whO'rias nrraigtiedfor itealing a yard and a-half of savoloys;. the , lawyer .punned; upon' his client's patronymic by'a sly allusion to the local mania for midnight perry-grinations i The question of the roe-diviion of the wards of. the Town of Collingwood is definitely settled, as. will be soon by a perusal of the following memoraundum, forwarded to the gentlemen who waited as a deputation on the Chief Secretary, on Monday last --" Chief. Secretary's Office, Melboqrzno, 14th September, 1875. Sir, Roferring to the interview with the Chi...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

'1MARRIED IN B ACK." And other Poems, by NtwroN GooDiucu, handsome half-morocco, 12s. Gd., George Robertson, Melbourneo and all booksellers. J UST PUBLISHED. ,Cato -Major; or ,Do Bonectute, with 800, notes and refo?rnoces to Dr. Smith's` Smaller` Latin Gramniar. Also,' same litorally'translated fromn the original,, by Anwyll Watson' (of Melbourne University) Fitzroy Private Acadeuiy, Moor Street. JUST PUBLISHED, SROBERTS','MANUAL'.. OF FASHIONABLE DANCING AND VADE 'MECUM FoITfI " : B j ..B.A.rj 0'r0,M..: OO ; Containing a Review and Full description of :' 'all the Modern Dances, with plates. ' Sold' by the authors, 87 Collins-st;. east; George Rlobertson; publisher; and all book and music sellers. CYRIS JOHN CLARKE, "SIMPISON'S ROAD; , next'tli?'Lord R::. glnn Hotel. Boots and Shoes sown or stitched of every description made to order, Repairs neatly executed. The Latest' Wonderl!l!I How to obtain a: HOUSE' OF FURNITURE W. I?.! THOU;'T MONEY. S. NATIIAN furnishes -Housesi on the 'Tim...

Publication Title: Mercury
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CO-OPERATION. (CONTEMPORARY REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

S; CO-OPERATION. (corTzsirn9lur nEvr IEw.) THE term co.operation was it first, and for overal years,' u4dd in the sonsooi'of cmnnismiiin, as ..enoting; ,a genoieral arrangement Of society for theo mutnal benefit of all concerned in sustaining it. Later, the term Co-operation canme to be restricted to thd humbler' oporiations pf luying anid selling.provisions. From implying concert of life in community, it'sank into meaning: concert in shop. keoping. It sebms"nn'o,' as it seemed then, a idiculos thilig .that the com monvomont of the reformation of the world' should consist in opening a cheese and 'butteri shop.: 't was a: gi'eat descent friqm the imperial nltitudi of \voiMa|riliiktigeto,?plO~p to isolling.' long 'sixteen candles atidetuillng treacle. Doubtless,- "i we :ot'ly · knew it;, the bginning doeivilied 'ociety was hbt lors absird."' Theie ;werd, i: all p'ro. b 11biliy ydtgamawos, who stood on tho Torgo of savageolife,: and contemplated ,with poetic oexultation the :splendid f...

Publication Title: Mercury
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NOTES BY PUCK. "Scribendi recli sapere est et principium et jons." [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

NOTES BY PUCK.. "B aTch clfei spvere'Ca at '4 iiic-du, at ~ . jo " , ."o " " r , S dA'dt tld dal has b s'e aiil and ivrlt tiiof lato on the propriety . or othorwiso of leotting the Melbourno 't'own Hall on Sunday,evonings, for iouroation purposes, A Melboirno journal, in a sub-loader, on the question, discourages the idoe of a ,loalnie ,tm as.recntly decided by the City C oun6ellorsdri tlio'scoro thilt it would be too muoh like "working the oracle in olvi, jobs" or, in other words, shirhing thie duty ,delegated to them'as repreoentativon of the pobple. 'I'his may under cortain olroeun. stances be a correct view to take when the exact line of duty which n councillor ought to follow, is called into quoestion. lnut there are oxooeptons to overy rule which may be tukgn lu tini instance with ,roprloty. particularly when we consiler bat a spa l. r-eprbssettsiv.i (.b6dy: ' niu?beinlf') f?ofi twenty.eight members, is scarcely com potent to deal with &'question of such vital importri...

Publication Title: Mercury
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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

.,Jhe ~tter4mtW PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY., Labor Oinnia r'incin . TO COR1RESPONDEDNTS. 1Rojectell cosnhILi&icatioius cainot be rctarnac iendtlo any ctilcutstucca whckatcvai. No notice, can bae c l & qf, Ifoarpyaoa cornc ?alaaicitiiaol, Elvery latter imst bo b cc bloa aiihinuth 1,yt lirtt ita and addiresa of tha vuritiW, not ncedsstLrilj ,fo~ Intblkalaiotl, but as a guaranitee qfgootl fitilh. To avoid inconlvOLico atnd dtet(lay to persons iatcreqtcch ta I ave to request that all business conaiaaarications. Including advcrtaitsem ts, or/drs for the rarer, and remaittances, bea od *dhosacd-to OnxIFxTn & B41'AVK, and not to tlg Jparolc,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

GENERAL NOTICE. MIHE lercurg. is published every turday JL Morning. Persons wishing to h 1 e paper regularly delivered at their pla'ebf business or residence will be charged I14por quarter, payable in advance; by post lt'0d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the lire Sfit urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. . The Editor will be obliged for infoim ation+,moe.-Bspoeaioaloxelatingto.Jocal. '"SG&E' FOR? ADVERTISING. tiit A dý p i .6N Official and Election Advertisemonts, "each i b tion,'per?Tnohb' ,? .'.;"s,. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and Land brSal dr)t FLot, tiolos for -15ao r"" ]xchangoe, Miscol- ",. ,. lanoois,' rwing'g Thoi nd&,l Oe. Notices of 'Births, Deaths;- and Marriages ..i .....s,,. 0s. . ,0 AVarTIsE l.- yoi?cp p p.ithd@rJ TE Mercury Oan be obtai?ed from any o the following agents ---Subsoription is perquarter. . o hn s * r .- ' BinNEzi "" .' 16Smithi`strati eet. `', Mrs.Q Wopwrr;;,;06 Drtswlkfol streeoi DDMrU o iATER,.. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

Trade d.vernislOmenae . ' ICKET! CRICKETI CRICKET! GO TO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL d& FANCY REPOSITORY,, 18 Smith st.. Collingwood. icket bats, stUmps, balls, toys dolls, .boxes; 'viting-desks, concertinas, : bags; eomi anions, gentlemen's ibags, ravefling ,bass tationer*ý, scription. All kinds of wool goods to order. Berlin wool 4d. per dozen. torekeepers and hawkers supplied. ILLETT & Co., (Late of Collingwood) ISf & DRUGGISTS,, Opposite the Bowling Green, YGON. STREET, is pass the door every few minutes. From' Smith Street. Fare--threepence. EN'RY J. R. LEWIS, n.c d.erta' ,esr, 98 & 200 YOUNG ST.. FITZROY, (Of, Johnston street). is prepared to conduct funerals in sndcountryat the lowest possible rates tallclaeses. Hearses,Mfourningl Coaches, uneral requisites always on the premises. ,.THE ..TRADE SUPPLIED., MILY GROCER D WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, Corner of Ilington & Langridge Sts., tely occupied by A. E. DOWNIE; E.D., from his success in ...

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NATIONAL MUSEUM. THIRD NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

NATIONAL MUSEUM. THIRD NOTIOE. Wlti,N Mr. Verdant Green was study ing at Oxford, he one day indulged in a constitutional walk over the grounds, and noticing in the course of his perambulations a side-walk post bearing the inscription-" F.P. 18 feet," indi eating the distance of the fire-plug, ho mistook: the same to denote the height of the Chancellor, and sllloruized: " Well, there cau be no joke in what my brother collegians say about Frederick Plumptro being highest in the University, if he stands 18 feotl" .and his surmises wore finally confirmed wvhen Mr. Golightly and himself wore inintiated into tihe mysteries of the Muttton Cutlet Clb, for Messrs, Pokyr Dud Popham aworo both the novihlatos lupon a grid-iron always to look up at the Chancellor; always to 'refuse beer .when they 'could get claret, unless they liked beer better; always to drink claret unless they preferred port; and never to' dine anywhere except at the club, unless they had a better place to go to. And Mrs. El...

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FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUsTRALIAwa'STOaY.) BY G. SE. SARGEANT. [nCHAPTER I, So Frank Layton at last made up his ;mind! It was a hardestruggle, not withstanding the cheerful looks he put on. It wanted a long pull and a strong ulll, he'shid; bu't 'then what could he .do.better,-?or-?what- could he-.do. at- all,. if he should remain at home? At home! iFrink would'6oon eio hoi'elessei .....Frank-Layton-.found.-?himself,-"at twenty-two or three years old, next door to friendlessness, aild destitution. His father had jiust 'coltrived to' keep his 'heid `above ,water, 'and when lie died Frank's mothe'r and himself had tried to carry on a farm. But they were obliged -to give up at-last. The mother had one brother, who settled on her iri annuity- a small one-and told, Frank that for :him he could do nothing. '?He must work.',; 'Frank was'willing.to work, but hot si e "i into, the "rank "of day-labourers. ,Adi "yet 'h.ewas flt.for ;nothing;else. At yoion g'farme1 withoz t, a farm, .or mans f getti...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

HOLLAND-HODGES.-On the 11th inst., at the               residence of the bride, by the Rev. Mr. Main, Frederick Alonzo Holland, youngest son of William Holland, Esq., of Nottingham, to Alice   Charlotte, eldest daughter of Frederick Hodges, Esq., of Nicholson street, Collingwood.

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