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MATCHES FOR THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

~o4lolr.I1, o. Xooth1i'orlo onl tho ~gonolo of tho joatter,,' Itoyl took.~ 2ooooh~lnly to~nlii:-Fiitogooen~ld, ~Horo, Boll, ,Jllogorty, Unionsa, IoIIret, Iloono,11 IJnCOolo, Krlgoojsl Knlox,' I~itohliog, ~linteoy 2loylni, No~tilno 2', llepplpoot, Stonono, Sinll,pen, Stiflr, 'moooona Ilsinogonloie, J)ollo~rt, W.; Focirelnn 'isot Itwiogn. 2lelooio orea roqooseto~d to oonct at ·tho lobtliono 'lool fnlal 00,4 p.ljI·' l: Iiteooy ohll~ nota e>Croelciitl 2d toonsty onl thlu gonoodi of tho lonttor. ·All,orto tLoon:- Andoeeoboidt l~ool, :~'l llonooo,(Tllonutl, llnolen,· l.n,,gbotlons, ,%toooie, 2lnoionl, Nolona, Nolah, at hol-nollllt twou no'bok sho,n,l

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SOCIAL EVENING. HOPE OF COLLINGWOOD LODGE O.G.T' [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

SOCIAL EVININa ,. 110n0 OF COLIanrWOOI) DfllIE I O.tlT'' A grand soclal oevening rI connection with th a above lodge was hold on Wednesday oening last in tile ]libl Christian houloo roor, Oornostreat at wdhih there was a n lao attelndnce fully 200 eirhrg present. 'Tie introductory eohction, the Lily of tho Volley Mazurkna was g ih'n th piano by Mrs. Ralplh In a lrrdl Y innoner and with great Spirit, after whih the eliatnnon, ]Iri. Kitght \ V.C. , tflndlget hla a. short, very, opproprlato and hapy addreass. I cmanot sag tho Ohl Song a Tahko banck the heart were nioeely rendelred by Mis Rose ltlhclonr en, a rctation by Mr. IIcckloiy, My wifelo is a woanll of Inelnl being talso very oeffeot. ivoly given. fifa Malndca sang a pretaty ballanl entitled Ystcnrday, while lr, Stinton gRvo Killarnoy rI tino style. Miss Ethel Lanbrt acieeoedld very well inluce lin hoer pianoforlt oflo ?rnoot, nadl Miss f. Ltuglh. toll was equally heiprlv with The dyihy wlhn yo?'l forgot Ilne. Mli s FJ . A. Clar...

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

IMPERIAL CLOTHING COMPY., ,: '3 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. SABIEND iTO T'HE ORKING MIAN AND HIS FAMILY. ,' JITTAVINI'I erolnliinced hlllaesI at tlio.lMvo aldirdos, tlila Coc " ani intpiiolii c I l t ,Iy r '1 I th o retllcni s of this Distrlit m1il tohe .trol llln i LoCI llIc , with reit lyt.lrne.ioCI oth? Ing at Ioowat lRATza tiil eer Imforer tttemptedii Every rtiolo will l of tlhir own o'iancfiscture, STTI5 n.il.iiiK A..A ntr I li ficA r.,' L , A . C Tlie TAliciii.i?i lacl di ii ;fth llde ilncisi' I illlc r tlho 91ipcrvlnlo n of an CiMtrBEsT SCronT , til k reflct St lnl comipletiOte atifatloit inny Im rTleil o?i. In this tliranch ato, a greot rotlotton on a tes currllt oiowihero will o iontle. . . . L trict attention will I palil to'tlhe dlcs ire a in reilthrelnents of 'custioners, nml the pnhi1li wlll intl It greatly to their iavantang to nocordnt their 1otrooinge, whlich boe trtll will pror. . Boey'ls nd Youtha' Suits from 1i2s. d. Trousers and Vests from 10s. O Knlckerbockers , ;...

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

A great difficulty, vhich most uarcns rof schoolchildren have experienced, is to prO nrc gosd, sstrong, lating, comfortable cover ing for the feet of tlhir olfspriig. A speci uity in high-legged school boots is being cnde by 31r. F. Carpenter, of 17 11ru;-l sick street, which are most suihablc for .h isncomilg seasotn. They seMn to have tho ronghly attained their object, a:d mrc being rold as rapidly asp they ;cal be made utpj [Assr.] HIOLLOw\AY'? OINTyII:wT andl PI.Ls. \Vhenever the weather is vuriable, and the teLperaturt ceonsantly clhan gig, the weak and elii te to eet In ver rceful to negeivt. evomeptom of di irderwed action or iIl health. \Veak-chested and strumous sub jets will lind inl theue noble remedies the mlleans o[f tin out she had I,;tl llnou which origioalte anl prolong their nfi'erings. The Oitntent should be well robedl twice a day over the ? lcht and the Pills taken 'in altcr. ative dosee. It will penetrate and act msie wholesomely and eergetiiadly on' the dc ceas...

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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 — 3 June 1882

THE SATIRIST. lv ScUM CcUIre.E Octire olel,l, like a Polilhel laor., kaee, 1 ' all r itd, Illeculltluht is ?actor l tell r sr l. A tragedy ! A comedy ! Ycs, both com bincd ; two in oic,:with tihe serio-comiec le mloot lar'ely de-elopel. I will nlay th oceooe in tile n llarll of a tlolulieing eotllhcrn city, wher ye ancient game of bowls, linds vota rics amongst ye ancient and dignified resi tents, nl?e i a neiglhboring eolony where the sa.l0 game is also greatly affectel.. Nit loog age, tile howlcrs of thle solurl, refernedl to, visilted the first city of the colony ad ininoig, aol inoulgo+d in a friendly gale of bwlsand a gay at festive liholiday. oclded amongsot the visitors were three civic fathers of tle sohurb in question, wholm will for thetime designate as Crs. A, 1 and C. res pectively. One of these, Cr. A, concluded to combine blsilless witl pleasure and edu cate his minld and enlarge his ideas on seve ral slujects of interest to the gcneral public whose favor he courts, tr...

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

Noonnnby v. South Yarra 2nd twenty resltedl in i easy victory for the former by Sgoals aul and 1t I hohinds to I behind. This match was played on the ground of the Nonnanby, l dinborgh ;arnle?o.'and was void of any great interest, the visitors being no match for their opponent, the locl team fIomn start to finish having the gnme in their own hmlns. Whcn half time was milled the game stood Normanby eodals and 10 behinds to South Yarrt's one behind. The.formier should have scored more, sevenrai easy chances lfing miss?il: tie noal kickers were C. Free an anid ]hiker. WheICi play was resumed it was evident tlht the South would fare worse than in the previous half, and so it trmetl out. they not gotting asingle lwhdiml, wlhilst the amltsiuret 4 more goal], o due to the straight kicking of C. 'reemanll. Heron, Kerri .,n and Hainesi, aridn blhinds. For hie `nonamlby Linldi-y, Kcrrigan, 11. Nathan, lowrie and Spooner did goold orok. Mr. Witcher gave every satisfaction as cen tral mnpire.

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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

Tlt?IUjLAIt, IUNE 1,eT. (Blefore the Mlayor, mad 1ct rs. slaradenadu MI'Lemi, Jo.P.) DRt'NK A.ND DISORDERLY. Alexanter Miller, Thomas Lightfoot, and Islabella Rosenwein, were chael ed with bemin" drunk and disordlerly. They each plcadleli guilty. Lightfoot was final 5s., Miller 5s. with -ls. 6d. expensme, and RuJeiweinT 5s. with 4s. expenses, the alternative in eatch ase being 24 hours imprilsomuent. I.SULTIGi IBEIIAVIOUI . A ranpectable looking oan namned Francis )unam auews charged with insulting behaviour in a public place. iHe pleaded guilty, anl was tined 10s. with the option of 4S hours ini gaol. An old lman, naelll Tlumll Kinsman, was charged with having no lawful visible means of supolurt. The prisioner' wife deposed that her hulsland was quite deaf and nearly blindl, andl that lie was not able to do any thing to earn a living for himself. Witness wan utterly unable to provide for him as sthe ladl great dilliculty in getting a living for herelf. ?he said tlhat he requlired c...

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

SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. What we may call real excitement over the above game is-now taking place in Fitz. roy. For the past few seasons we have only had one club in this city, viz., the Fitzroy Juniors; other clubs auch as the Alma anD Fitzroy have tarted, Imbut wheter ftro want of lunity or non-suficiellcy of mlembers, lave been unable to keep together. This seauon, iaowever.'llaers. Spooleraeld Heeru, lateof lhe .Tauniors. took it into their headt to stat another club under the direct patronage of . Phlipps, Eqc., of Bruaswick-street. A ceemil meetin-was held in tile Bresswick lfotel, tlhe result bcing thatmnother cllubwwls formed under the naume of the Nornanbhy. Both clubs have started the season runler very auspicious circumstances, but the often asked question, which is the best club, is to he decidel next Saturlay week, .-ule 10th, on the ground of the Juliors, Richmond paddock, and as both clubs are sanguine as o tile result a very interesting gaelll may l ookedl forward t...

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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

COLLI?,OWOO) C€OURT. Trst?,n.Y, .MAY 30oH.. (Before' the Mayor, and Messrs. Marsden and Barnett, Js.P.) .t t'UnLi 110USE . BILtWL. Three yoong lren, namend respectively .Toscph Kilcy, Richard Wynue, and Wet. Wells were placneed in the dock charged with the following offences. Robbery at Massie's Hotel, Wellington-street; assaulting J. (. Dcnney, licnsee of that hotel ; ascaulting Elizabhth Denny, wrife of JT. (. Denney, and wilfully danmaging the property of the said .T. Cp. Denny. ''e prisoner Wynne was further charged with ilcitit a prisotner to. ?iettth potr.li'.-O?tr M"-OO mn: r cn:tectt the prosecution, and Mr.. Lyons tefended WVynut andi Kieley. Tie first witness called wva Mrs. Denney. She appeared to be in a vcry nervous state, and it was with thle greatest dilticulty that tile facts could be elicitcd fromt her. ]Icreridence was to the elrct that at twenty tminulltes to twelve o'clock on the night of Satrdlay tile 20thl May, the three prisoners were in the hotel keplt by ite...

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

ORIGLNAL COIRRES'PONDENCE. TO TII EEDITOIR OF TIE FITZRtOY CITY IR'ES.R? Sir,-Inn your issue of the t7th Mlay, there appeared in the police columns areport that a woman giving tle name of Emma Crilley, tond been lined 10s. or 4S hours in goal for irunkenness. Now sir, as there are, accord ing to the directory, no other people of that name in the colony it becomes apparent that the woman in question, must have hinmid in a fictitious one. whether through prjla dice or not, it is of course imporsille to ::-. Your laper being largely read throughout ti? subulrla dlistricts w?ehrt I at kaown, it would greatly injure my reputation were I to allow this report to go unnoticed. I am &?., ELIZABETH CRILLEY. 110 Young-street Fitzroy.

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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

cARLTOx COURT. WoIy.UooSAr, 3Lf~v :OIor. (Befor Moesors. Carcn anid MItMortrio Js.l'.) DRUNKS AND DISORDERLY.L Foaoaio r. Treston, of the Harp of Bria Ilotol, Mlracliie-otreet, was smmnoooood for tiho above offence. Dcfcah,,,t t u Doiap poo hcotencalcdl. A coaaottlle poottal Otho ourvico of thu Summooo- o',oa ,fcfaadolott'a otif, aol noaothier cottotablif itfotottet tho hooch that *lcfoadaot wao sick from tiho ofroct of a boot of trinfking. Their Wor :hips considerately adjourned the case for :even days. CILUELTY TO A IIORSE. MDIr. Miller, on behalf of the Society for the Protection of Animals, proscuted a wood carter named John Cockrll for cruelly ill-treating a horse..- After hearing tho cvi dence of ir. .lames Oarton, J.P.. and plail clothes Constable Thompson, of the Carlton rtation, the bench fined the defendant 90s. with 26s. costs. O}}-r.NDINO CP.IIM gN. Mir. Hart, on behalf of the truatees of the dIelbourne General Cemetery, prosecuted a eahman naumedl Robert Ackroyd for ply...

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MATCHES FOR THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

IATUCltS FOIL TIllS DAY, Nonlanby v. North Park on the groued of the latter, Royal Park. Normanby ceam:-Fitzgerald, Heron, Hall, Hagerty, halnero, Hurso, Hoean, .tlaclo. icrriatll, K:nox; Kithing, Limleley ?Icair Nathmlo, tappiport. Spooner, Simpson, Stifflc, Thoemaa. Ezmergenciest,e . h, . Freemani and Erring. MIelrerl ore roeeust?d to Reet at the Hothln Townr Hall at 45 p.m. Fitzroy Alerts r. Crescent 2nd twenty on the gronSd of the latter.. Alberts tea -: Aiiderron, Darmrlh, IDllean, food, lIarrison, liHlmbrstone, Williams 2 .o rlllle,, 'tiller, Longbotteme, Morris, Mlanion, Nelson, 'ashl, Newrhlehd, Tobin, Toeld. Maddoxl. Tlhomson;l Emcrgencies, Kelly, Joyce ond Toems. Mleir bero are reqetecd to meet at tlhe Robl, toy at half-past two o'clock sharp.

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SOCIAL EVENING. HOPE OF COLLINGWOOD LODGE I.O.G.T [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

SOCIAL EV ENING: OPre OF COLLINGWOOD LODGE .0.0.T' A grand social evnngin connection with the above.lodge was held on Wednesdna eveolnn-lca -iiZn thbb-flblciOr --nnnnerslltl ei loo, ore-strect atwhlich there was alarfe _tendlance, folly 00 being present. Tie introductory selection, the Lily of the Valley MIazurka was given on the piano by Mrs. Ralph in a charming manner and with great spint, after which the chaiarman, Bro. knight VW.C.T. indulged in a short, very sppropriate and happy address. I cannot eing the Ohl Song and l khe hack the heart nere nicely resdered by Miss Rose Richard son, n recitation by Mr. Heckley, My wife isa woman of mind heing also very effect ively given. Miss 3Madden sangi a pretty ballad entitled Vesteribay, while Mr. Stinton gavre Killarney in .line style. Miss Ethel Lambert succeeded very well indeed in her pianoforte solo Ernani, and Miss 31. Laungh ion was equally happy with The day when ou'll forget ile. Miss E. A. Clarke sang very patheticlly Sign th...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER IV (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

·1-i ii M)WKA!CUinSIL' ci.cc=+c?C om ctIf :'i(Contlfne,).';. 'i:,:?·~:"l?.[$1?hli~iiil~ tim jaoung lay'c li,. ". ?-?1 +llrtr cLea. "amylh.-[ oll - ?0? plA I ,Mjid b i r fedhy Irnt bern closed behete ' n.~i bc thao! e onleofl eyes betn cllimned l'o i, n CO tesL o-yeetoe my $he icereltc ;'o1~-II~?- coul hAVO Iorl?_een lsl hh?,q, e yol ;dBoLthis bltter wolls hire tuniol my h'leu !.inin nt ,cnn--yo. curanC f' ?ha rmle. her lons ahione Ier hodf "'lie e, oh. ye _reldcreh In~teet !-jhear. oh, ye esuge¢l ·'+ arh I ? Ve wtiI IMnll of the Air,'carry m7? nedlleetiono your w inge Cn+.Coy Ilmhy nelnge, thet fhmce ceonml ce ieetitfmy when 'the h tocl eneesh~hlnloe me, beer ee Enrte the .old.hel.rted cn, the onweornsly I lcer life 'shIll tois ail thtw noe mkee it fair, ere her e thee?leae thehlhoeum l glrlhtcel I rle hIte theill %?e1f .lnon heeeell--her loee. however e! eell acobeioe.- ull he repelii with Kein selt Itleeernes--" *loldi U' exelaimec Wi'nifml St. CUcer, perucecoly ltecelnwici heronn...

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

oofa -1hf PRESMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA, LONDON MEItCIIAN'i TAIL.ORS.; AND IlAlIlTyMAKIIRS, The Rlenowned. Origlcic. .Am l,o!ly inakers of * by ,.Oeclog 'OI Veed Tmrousers, S To Onlar, for l2s. ll. SIM'O1TAN5i NOTICE. OPENINO OF SPRING GOODS. OPEiNGO Oy SI'RING GOODS. 'RfIEAD OUR PRIICES: CrickoaticFg Trousers, 12S. 0k,. White tests, 7s. (kl, Black Dio Troisernl,.2s. ci. Black Vets, Ws . Treousers and )'est,8Is. Od. .. "Unirrcaal San Stills of allllterlble Tweed, 40a - Fashionnhle Light Summer Stilts, 4Ss. Gentlemen's Slunuer Overcoats of West of EIngland Wastorilug, 137s. 6(l. usualircel Ss.0.,. Allltcoof'Mdmlo to Onler. ,'-j All- G omds.Thoroglly Shrunk. S Fit andl Syle Guarant?le,. lrcle Grmntics to Onler at ' Whloloale Prices. " UST OT'FNED, fl/v 0 0 LL Is2. m S BIOUGHIT il)RE1CTV Froll the LARGEST MANUF CTUR1 RS, And every Advantage taken ofl the Fluctu. S a iton of thu Homo Market. 'Six First Class Culters Eigngel. Newest Styles and Fashlous to Hand. N.lB. Telephonco onunnloic...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

FIT'LZROY CITY COUNCIL. Tle uisal fortnitghitly Incootiag of tile Council took plance yternlny oervenTg. I're. scnt : Tho Mayor (Cr. loldeln), Crm. Wood head, Clauncon, lrooks, l'hipps, Shocier, Mloore, Lyoo, anod M'\lahtion. 't'lie llnuteo of the provious meeticlg and tile outward correspondenco were read and olllfionod. I. From ir. . .1. Sminth, aekilowledglig receipt of letter from the Connell, ani re. 11tinag solom dellnite in1formation witl re lelncO to his'lato accleunt.-Recehved. 2. Froom tie Mellouroe City Council, olfering to erect two ndditional laillus ill Viltono Parade if Fitzroy woual bear half tie cost. 'Ilm lamps to Im opposite Aore mol iinoitthtreet. - oRferrol to oublic Works Commlittee. 3. From Mr. C. Willinams, Nicholsaol stmat; collplafcio g toat tim cleaaing coll. tractor lant rotusedi to removeo dofg foml poisolled in the streot.--leceivealc . ,it. teudel to. 4. Frontm ll r. . Scle, infaotingi tihe Coleiil that lih ititeloded withll Its poria s ol to open i bl...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

ATUIRIIAY, IUNI 3tn, 1880. Tnhr piviege of every Eilgli?hinhi i to growl, and it is well known that this privilege is availed of to theo fullsot ox: tent. In Fitzro, oas in every other dis trict, it lind(lsltn erous" admirers and itor especially with reference to public Iusiness and public trusts. We arc well aware' thlt 'no singlhe inllividal, let alon? iit bodly of' then,; Ines esero yet succeeded ill pleanisg orerybody, nor dto we, expect ever to iltd suclh It lusus ilntune. 'lBui it is no well; Honletliine, that this disposition to growl and lciti cise exists, as it COnIIls tprogr'ession, or at anly ranto ni effort to ilmproves so as to satisfy the xarious demands. It also implies ta ]ilit of observation naill thooght; antl strikes homel to the very has.is of jnthlic life, nilt of 'those prin ciples, which relder it possible anll safe to entrust tile interests tof the; con niunlity to tilh caro of a feiw of their numnber. It is the tgreatest safeguard against imposition, fnutd, ...

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

Tihe eoloe onaIpmotiziouof tihe plecsnt aoe I eo ioI ooteoLoooe aialteoRtijooo ll almaost every article of food. partlcularly in Teo. 'IT, coura tihe ridiieuts of this dlitrict a pae ollww u dliiousolenat a low 1rce ' I . X. toeri"sr. has opeuood the a prilrcuio juis. linished at 954 trtrolo stroet l'itzaoy. o-a nI' ald CoroC lIoepot, with a select aloe!: if bliha oil l Chlina Ton, at orices fad.m .'-. to to. per II,. Choice Coylon Colfoo. Im. tI. per 11.. loiolet Chutneys, :to. ol. a n"liottle. lie oaas tihe publc to give itni a total. [AbeT.] HOTELS, ac. ORTII FITZROY ARMS HOTEL, RAE AND REID STREETS. First-class Acnonlodation for Travellers. 'Ilohrevery tire miinutes to Spencer-strect Sltation- W. STIRNlt, l'oprietor. UNIVERSAL HOTEL, SMITH ST., corner of liege St. Only Ihet B]rmnd of Ales, Winon and Spirits kept. S. (!LOVER, I'u:orniuron, Late Licensee of Glouncster Hotel. Hodde-st. ACCIIANTE WINE STORE. CAM1'PBELL ..nl, CO., 129 SPRING STREET, MELBOURNE. an i.ioisi.i!. li RIETA...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER IV (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

OUR STORY TELLER MaONA'S CURSE. CIIn.'rER IV (Coutinutel)" Ant Mona pre-entnl tihe young ladly's in tendetl retreut. "Stay--i Iill -c stayr lad that haughty front loen alturl Itfore ue--had thoee scornful Eyen Iben tdinnunl by one tear of regret for mny own wrekeo l life,-I mllhl hIve forgbiven and IloXel ye! But those hitter wonls have tunlaeI my bleTa inn into curses--y, curse"Sie sisatl her armts above her hoed. Hear. oht. y3 darkenholg hiavens !-hear, oh, ye ruggal earth ! Ve wihtl irds of the air. tarrymyn malaliction ot your winlgs; andlt ye liaht ning, that lallle around pa tIll ttlway when the cloudes a 'erthaidow eitc, hear ile curse the cold-hearto l and the unwomlanly ! Her life hall le ,anll that now mtaki it fair. ere her cheek to?ae tletlOlll, a o e tirlgllttt : tte tlate stall recRil ul?ai herself--her love, however wel.l-toiwede, shall tu repatlai with scorn nal titttrnaeo----" "t uld !" exelaitmed Winifred St. Clare, g*clerun?ly ilterposaing hroeown forlm ?twveen th...

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

ALLEGED PELTJURY. . At the Fitzroy Court on Thursday, Joihn Smart was charged with having on the Ilith day of, Augist 18h1, conuuitted wilful and corru~pt rj:l3 y swealring that there was no flegal inmpedimecnt to lis imarriage with one ,dary Atnn Lite, hI knowing attletiome that tihe sid Mary Anit lllanle was the wife of one Thomsn Isaan Lane. - Mr. (reedi prosecuted, and Mr. Gillott ap peared for tile defetice. ThoI ?BY anc Lntt on cerntel-r, residing in lerkley-street, CGarlton, ldeposed tlhat on the 84th lDecetelor, 186, hla'was married to tile lady now in court (M[ir. Mlary Ann Line) the ceremoltnyl being performed by the Re-. Clement Liinday. The dloclmntlllt nOw pro dulcel was the marriage certificate; it was signed by witnless. Irs. Line leftherhome on the 2nth of Angust last year, and soon after wituess heard that soi was married to John Stuart on the 11th of thant month. He lid not see her again until she returned from Adelaide some weeks ago. frs. Lane was now unlergoing ...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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