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

THE STAGE. Ilf.lli TI1EA'TI:IE. On Monday an ' Tuesday crvenings the Montaont-Turner Opera Comnpany gave a rendering of D)onirzetti's gral opera "LI crezia Borgi.L" The reason this opera was given was becnose it had been promised, and sooner than break that promise tie manage merdt withdrew the opera of "Mignon" which was being so splendidly given. Lui crezioa Borgia is an opera that demands heavy and almost continuous exertion from tihe principal fpcrfor rre, and it received successful al efflicient rcnderisng at tie hands of Miss Montague, Signora Venosta, Mr. Chas. Turner, and Mr. J. Gordon. The character of Lucrezi 13 Borgi was splendidly givren y Miasa Mornta - e, her sinsging fteing grand, and her acting l?ling in I r ellrcitice and forcible style. (Gennaro had his part taken by Mr. Charles Turner, who was in great form, and every one was delighted with lio performanrce. His ducts and trios with Miss Montailre and Mr. Gordon were repeatedly encore, wrhilst hisi acting wac all ...

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

BPECIAL COLUMN., WHOLESALE CLOITHING COMPANY..I: PREEMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. LONDON MERCHANT TAILORS AND HABIT .MAKERS. The Renowned. Original, And only makers of Geclong Tweed Trousers, To Onler, for 1s. 611. IMPORTANT NOTICE. OPENING OF SPRING GOODS. OPENING OF SPRING GOODS. White Tert,. is. MI. Black Doe Trontc. , 12e. 0l. Black Vette, le. Trouers and Yest, ISs. 01. Universal Sac Suits of Unalterable TweY, f 46. Fashionanle Light Saunuer Suits, 4Ss. (;entlenneti Sununer Overct?ts of West of England W\'sterilgs, :;7s. ld.; usual price, 50?. All Goods .nMade to Onler. All Goods Thoroughly Shrunk. Fit and Style Guaranteed. Single Garments to Order at Wholesale Prikem. JUST OP'ENED IBOUGCHT DIRECT From the LARGEST MANUFACTURERS, And every Advantage taken of the Flnlctu ation of the lulme Market. Six Firrt Claso Cutter Enogagled. Newest Styles anil Fashions to H]and. N.B. Telephone commnoiatotion from head ce to all our branch to il our Innces, to facilitate busi nese. BRANCIIHES: ...

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

IMPERIAL CLOTHING COMPY., ':: 133 GERTRUDE STREEPT, FITEROY.. A FRIEND TO `THE WORKING MAN. AND HIS F AMI Y. "AIIe'(. :commrencrh losioio ...t the aboedaaddre,, this Comany it~s d? io i usp.s'o the'reoidento of this District asl the s'urromnding Localitieslwith rcaly-mde Cloth ingfat LowFR.IB?Rt. tlmi'eier'before. attelmpted.. Every artiol will behoof their own asOfalutnre, Sris Eand \\~Ynsxos nlr s G ?.reA T. " " " "'" . TheA, omtIN Boasclr of tih business is':unsler ti sape??ision of a? CrETEr? CcrrBR, and a perfect lit and complete satisfa.tion may Iy rdiel on. In this rhanch also, a"eat lletion on rates urrent lsewhere ill e nlls made.. Stritsttatntion sill b tai lIto the deslire and rloielementa of ustomira, oand the' pmhlij will thnd it greatly to their'advontage to acon utis their. patronagS, which ons. tria will prose.: . ,, ,, -'.s and Youths' 8uits'from 12? 6d. Trousers and Vsts from 10. 6d. kaitbookera - ,, Ss. 6d I s·:cot - ; 15. . :' -' "Et ey Eartidle nalskel'in lalin ...

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

FITZR1OY CITY COUNCIL. The usunal fortniglhtly mnetine of the Cottcil took place yestrnlay evening. Prc scnt: The Mayor (Cr. Holden), Cor. Wood head, Clausein, Itrooks, Phipps, Showers, Moore, Lyons, and 3i'.Mahoin. Tihe minutet of the previous mteetingi and th ottaarnl correspondence were read and URREl?POND ENCE. I. Front Mr. WV... Smith, acknowledging receipt of letter from the Council, and re lquesting some detinite information with re ference to his late accident.-RLeceivd. 2. From the Slellsourn City Council, offelrin to erect two ddiltional lamps in Victorna Parade if Fitzroy would hear half the coat. The lamps to be opposite Core anid Smith-streets. - Referred to Public Works Committee. :i. Front Mr. C. Williams, Nicholson street, complaining that the eleansiu"" eon tractor hand refueal to remove a dog found poiat"onl in the strect.-Receivetl. At ttlaln to. 4. From M1r. E. Scale, informing the Council tlhat he intd nedal with its plerission io open lt blancksmlitl shop in Fi...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MAY 29TH. (Before Messrs. Falconer, Showers, Best, Robb and Marsden, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 3 June 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. 3Masrn\, a,dY 2IIm. (Before Messrs. Falconer, Showers, Best, iRobb an Marclen, .l's. P'.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY John Shields, Thomas Conway, Nellie Branch and Annie Green, were severally charged with the above offenee. Green was linedl5s., with the option of 24 hours, the others were discharged. IN'.ULTINM; En.AVIOrn:. Timothy Noonan for insulting behaviour in a public place was flied 10s., or 48 hours in geaol. George Brecknell was also charged with the albove llence, bit as the evidence was not conclusive, he was discharged. A middle aged female named Annie Wat- son pleaded goilty to a charge of making use of obscene language within the hearingof the public. William Turner pleaded not guilty to a aim ilar olrence, butl the evidence against hint wras ?scoclusive. Each of these prisoners was fined 10s., with the altenrative of 4S hours inllrecration. PITCH AND TOSS A lad named William Waddeson, fifteen years of age, was charged with the above. The ...

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

SATURDAY. JUNE 3nl, 1SS2. Tme privilege of every Englishman is to growl, and it is well kinown that this privilege is availed of to the fullest ex tent. In Fitzroy, as in every other dis trict, it finds numerous admirers, and more especially with reference to public iusiness aml public trusts We are well aware that no single individual. let alone a body of them, has ever yet succeeded in pleasing everybody, nor do we expect ever to find such a lusus nature. But it is as well, sometimes, that this disposition to growl and criti cise exists, as it compels progression, or at any rate an eotbrt to improve, so as to satisfy the various- demaulds. It also implies a habit of observation and thought, and strikes home to the very basis of public life, and of those prin ciples, which render it possible and safe to entrust the interests of the com munity to the care of a few of their number. It is the greatest safeguard against imolinsition, fraud, and knavery on the part of those who seek the...

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THURSDAY, JUNE 8TH. Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Woodhead, Marsden M'Lean, and Showers, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

1''I Int0DAY0, JUNE STIt. ]l for ho a Maoyor, nlld \s ?or. 'Wooollhead I. Margdeo, l'.\nlA, nod Shioors, Jst,.) T r B two l it ySol nm llam an 'I'ltolllno Coellioy weo r charte with thea almoe obl'rnc, HIla pledd gullty, d o woas Sot Js, with tihe option of 24 eooro ti gool, It 1.O11TT1O1tO Titl PO0LIC.. 'aThe o pan riolso or o was chargted ,iLth ro o Oatit tLt he polic. loe Ilo unded th goity, i ut altor htar the ovtridneo of Coestanil t l'llllonso tle bchcli hold th ucmo ton trovedl oJnotl hllllctI a tli of 10s,, or ito default t18 y hoo'so Iooprtsoon oont. .LN AC'. IAn hldorly fCnalo pantleo CAroihet fI'no was cH.lrTo wcth ticig of ilno1oo rioio o'rx. l)aiolel o l O'Nell Ilepoaeo d thret ho pr. sarter +''ae laborirg hl\dcr dIle|lio i n i| was noot in a lit atnto to l ra it f0r0d. It ts or. I teredt lthat blo hset to tio letropolitha oa waraot chargeod woith vagraocy.n TIo wolrrat 0wo0 tosull ato tho ihttanc o0f tio. Iwy' fathcr, who is t oripplo rosotoing it North Fitroy. Tto ool...

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THE STAGE. FEINCESS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

?THE STAGE. ri[tseasw T ro:TIrur. An entirely new ldraman entitled "Cimas Ihoper ; or, th1 e eeee of the iards" wat pralheoI at the Princess Theatre oo ýSator. lny erenlng last. Itis ani lleptipo by. Mr. .1. I'. hirnoett, the 'nuthor oI" T'e " an otliere. The ldot in somewhat es follows : A chihd Is stale re tne her fnther's Imensine by some gi sies. who sell her to nsome circus people, nI h ero he aso ttains n grnha rope as an acrobat and eircus rider onla the solirtqiet of thie Graenlhoppr. Shie ruin away froemthecemipaly shin a with anld the proprlitor of thie circus follows her, nal woniel olmepel tier toeretunl - showinng the nrnremeetlatietwenn themi. Anartist, na edl F}ifppit, pays the asum demanded and na tile sanne tie falls i love with htier, she reel ilroetatl this liftlhiol. She is claimoeld, by her rielatilves, who have efter mnchseaerchng fould helr out,anld atlt las se i reinstatedt tin er own home asn the Lady Ernetino Top sayor. ioir nHnt, Ialy lnkram, wlahes her to...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 6TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden, Peters, Burnett, and William Kidaey Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

COLLINIIuWO1I COUItT. TUE.iFtsh JUNK IITHl. (lkfore hir. Alley, P.M.. mil lesmrs. 2lmrs elo, 'otelr, lBurlctt, aud Wl\'ilionl Kldiy Jlt. P.) 1IIIU17K .AND DInlORD.ERY. A most dissipatid looking middle aged manl nmoleld amies Stallley was hargl witllh the albore ellhoco. ThI prisoller loll beelt releatedly l fbore tlhe Fitzroy Court chargedl witlh a similar olblce. Thfi ol.ice 'magistrte mid thait It would e a mercy to tllu man himself t to ol, him to gaol for twelve mllooths. Prisor logaedl 11ard for om Imore talce sad thalit he lud takf a tit pleldge from Dfr. Singletoon and that it would Ib Ila Inast nppejirlloo ili court. Mr. Alloy shid til bclicl oull give htilm ou chanlice miore. lii wms dischargedl. INSULTTL(I |EII.LVIO.111 Tro youiig girls, named respectivcily Maria Clclltts tiil Francil IBnry, wore chargedl with iasultltg hchaviour in a peblic plaen. TiLe ovidcutar of Coustathlo Cook, was couclu sive. Tie police migihtrats mtid it was a sad thlng tl o l ee yoy g o irl io suc...

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FALSE PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

, At thile Ftaroy Coltt on Monday, the ma' .gltrtas woreo ongnlged for upwards of I hree hours, it hearlig n case fI t whlih a respootablo wotoman, iamnnl Ellaboth Clark, nlll a yolg lll Ilnllod (toorgo Clalkt nll t obort ItnMoll, were Ohargnel with othtlna. olug geoade and nmaty ' lbnonea of fole 0p0 ru"s.tatlo .sd anmdheleen s'heplsls, The to. ontle lrleaoer pleaderd gallty lo th e hounl I lt gotlty. nr, (Iro ,ee onditlltd the pro. oentlolt n.d allel othe fIllowhnLg wltnetses.o Arohtlmll Jolhnetlo, aworen Inn anssliallt at lir. Cornull's Drapory eotablinent, Maldollhtnatreot, Cnrlton. On the 12th May the femntlo pisoon r clane to the shop and Im plrohend i grey twole trounseor nt aest ; tile artolesa sow prodleed are thoa e th e piuo - ohiasd, i tl rice woea 1. She go e a chiequs flor C3 Its., It wons uglicrd "hmllle Forild." i lh reoeivel d £2 10, chalto. SI til not see thite moleo prisoner. Jolt Dick, sworr i I nt a indrper cnrryllg in lsltelr hino Lygonistrnt, Corltot. rit 7 o'...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7TH. (Before Messrs. Lovens and Lewis, J's P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

CARLTON COUI r. We?.?elsI.r, Ju.ve 7Ti. (Illtfre Messrs. Levens and Lewis, l's P.) IeeteVeK .eeN I)eseeelReI.r' The adjounled case of tie Police v. James Fa. Trestan, of tie Harp of ariet Hotel, nell ela. htneet, for Ialong dlek and die orderly was ce lled on lUt the defendalt did not appear. Constableo Cstelloe deposed let at 3 o'clock on the nfteraeoonof.thoe 'nlrd ,uay the daeeidat was I ]roll e.ri esttret, a e wr verycl drllk ed dlisordelrly. lie was nearly ikell. D)eflenldan got into a ehouse Iy thle lck way before witness could arrest him. Fittelo is. ee.IN: e. .eL ceHAr.. .Ifcas Cowleyandl WilliaeCowley, father ald s10e, .'ere proseee ted be y the North Fitz roy police for meakieg tsu of obscene.lane e.nege witilt the hearig of thle public in Ine.,trcet. Tile evidellco of Constables Caelll aeed \Vhlitney was eelo?ntivce, eta the defenldlnts were each fiedl .'Is. witlh thle op. tioi ofi 24 eres ileeeeeeretloll. Coelstalel (donre ll seemeolleel a rcsldelt of North Carlton, name...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

BPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MIATCHESPi r0. i It.AST.ATURII.I,". Crescent nid. twenity v. Fitzroy Allbrt,. This match was writooescd by a large n1o1l. her of spectators, olld, oas theo lorlmer loub hao ie onaten meritl , great Iotelrtt w? aken In the resoalt. Tihe Allbrts kippor weoll th tdon, nod at fiVe mtintcs post three, C. Sonders kicked off for Croc.t, theo loll being marked by Miller. T'l ball then travelled frolln one end to the other, the fol. lowers on both sihles working in real carnest. Milo.th by a grand rln rseomoo d first bilhida for Crescent. Thu Alltrts then by a gool rush carried the ball to the Crescent eln and Tolbn omt of a o rontooge soo?ol fonst oal for Alber jt Iustfore halfttiome. The tuall lo g thrown II it was corried to thi Cresceot End, olt A. Saoll?o soon rolioved thlir goal by sealdntog te oll ll t forward. It owas thn to to theo t lbert llor , w hi re T. Heoarnes obtaincd a nrk at a rvery sthly aogle, ut hie eoualmtld alottrers by placing thie lol clean ...

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FROM POLE TO POLE. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

FROMI I'OLE TO IPOLE. Ioy Nerrv.r. (Contitouc). After a short conversation I was elected to try ly Ilal at mokieg tle first lhrgolo, forn s I hald Ifore Iheanl of their little trick, 1 waos in a mensroe prepared for them. so bracing myself togethLer for tih verbal contest, which l kt?ow was al ut to esuoo, I rose to my feot, owalked roml the shllop, examined the texture of the plies of manterial on the shelvrs, and after, oppoarctly, sais. fying mysef as to their raolity, I returned to my sent alr notlotlllce myself ready to commence opsratiolls. IMy readers will tlow see t ohe tinelt of having taken this fooohn . abloe precaution, for in Iondla, unlike what it Is in other eouetri, the shopkeepore olver tlhink of a?kig toything like tie price they intame.to Ilthostely to -o or tnerr gnatif. However, oafter having comfortably slttled myself in my ohlair, old pssofd a feor sar. castic remarks cnccrniog the gools I had Jost bhen istolutillg, lotuoh to the oomtse moet of Rai al onnaleo ...

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MATCHES FOR THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

.1ATHIIM FiOR TOllM DAY. NrOllloby a . Fitzroy fllnioor os the Frotllld of tihe letter, Ricntllomld 1'ndok. Thlis lnteh line been looked forwar to for some time past, with considernfleo interest ISy the olmbcrsonod stp ortlcrs of tohe 0. speetirot clbs, nod aos eac will leavo not a stolle tonturned to blring their )oLtoteill for. ward, ano exitin, and well cauotsted motch is expected, -Nonrmnnly team :--lcrtatnm, FitzgeraFld, Frormo, Hero|n, Haoll, ninles, f'ogarty, Ifogon, Harper, lfmiter, Iorst, Jooobs, tcrrigon, Limlfsy, MhNIcol. Thtomoao, ,Milobcerts, Nntthaon'. Spooner. Jioomergeo ties, IRappiport, Simpson and Knoe. Fitzaro Alberts v. iEmeornlf. In the Rich. mollnd 'Paddock. Alberts team :--Amdrson, Clarke, Darrah, Dunaen, Forbes, Good, lrrisotln, tootlllleartottrl, eorwy1t, Nelson 9, Longtototol, Miller, tohflox, Newbold f , nalmo,, Tohin, Todd, Wiimus. lergcen oes, Thoouoo, Johlson and d anifou. Meen hers oretuestc to ncet at the Rob Roy ot olf-past 2 o'clock sharp. Normtalfy...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 5TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs, Marsden and Raven Js.P.) DRUNE AND PISORDERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

POLIOE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. Ml?lNt,, Jni. 5lTn, (Iteforo Mr,. Alloy, I'.M., osl Messrs. Mare. ldes iad L'voen JaP.) ItIIUKN .eNI t)InOiilILIt'. For tie horve olrenc, Ioenry looeo lahol ald loert Sllith were eachCll fineld is. with the optiton of 24 hours ilprisonnle nt. oi)?:. I..tI 0'.w, F. A yo0lg w000, 00(ll1d tlaetl flordloe, for inking ane of obscele ]" llpilnge withhl the healapn of the Ipbllic, was linled o0s. or 48 hoire nit gaol. 'Two elderly feoales well known to the policec, ,wl erased respectiovely Ellce Luck toll Caroil'o lct2e?, woroe tronglit ofolre tilh bench, look chsrgdll with disorderly conduct nol Roees with hallg lie visible mloialls of sppor't. Tthe cJlenc of Conttoable Cnllelr. liar w" l ce el e vs ill each. T'he prisonere were each tent to gol for six etoothle. ' lai JcI'. A yoinog girl ol ellAld A ltteo Iuotir wae lharged wtith stealing i pli' of I?ots, the lr"l''erty of etdir e.Iooe, al t whole houl0e tie prisoner was elnployed asoIllet gcral er. vi...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 6TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden, Peters, Barnett, and William Kidney Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

CUIIILIS(\ IIWOIJII'''''~01 COURl'.: (1.d,,..,u 'I,- llxv. 'I .32 ..x..dr 3Ilxax.3lc.. lu, I it..,. I ,xnx tie mutz~ Iilrlux Kl~tnily ix·itti m dii ,,nnt ti,.II~e mnIxoyt,,II tlin. in~t ,Iiioli~el I, 'ii.· .lini to ilV gm,! r twolin fui,,n Ihi: *'loBUll~i.,nul thiut it .in~hli,, i,.In, Ihi, I uu1t1nxnt"t gi. liit. ~ I I~~l Iii, y\ nnggli ii xxi xx~ttllvul~ Cl. ixnrltn .ini I xxxtli,, Thx.* V, Ell~-e~ ~iii!! ilun..llti..g luultuiiiin. inl jiii,, .III Li.~ nIll ei~l.,uue ii Coxu..t,,t~k. Ckwnxnnnd crllo git.l '1110 ,,OI,,l~l li x11 1 lK·ixuClt iVII Vtlluxinni tin..e p-iull ~IxI ,vuiixiU~r.I! tot. Ln..kenb up till tiii .inirlug ni tin. xxxiit. xi1i~urlu , nixti,, tllt ;t bIn ilinlyq tn. .d..oe nnt..f g~n*l. Fimnx~rt l -Ii,. iiir l Iii, ilexilt elil.,inu1ii xui. is ,ni,nt. J ulito l rl A~'' ybi a hg.. mnxxh~ler -hun. ttuin S Ce~lx ~; ,,..,ciilttul xii in.. .uxigrct. iinuitiiig: i limo... tn nxsini, mmii xnuuiltiiig Cnnatx~l,te Ix:mrunt mil tin. .inillv. ix,. Ailuuxni lenglth.. .iillnlIL...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7TH. (Before Messrs. Levens and Lewis, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

CAItl'ON COURTi'. Wy.ONE'I.A, Irve: 7rTi. (Iltefre l oare. Leveesuwit Leoid,.is 1'.) - ufCCK .001, 311500IOXan.. The a.ljounlell c<se of the Police v.. lo es r. lrestanM , of the Horp of Erin Hotel, 3leolelioe-otreet. for loeillog olroooh ,,d dlia orolerly co celteol hloot the defeoodoot didh noCt apepw. Constalble Cootetlleo depocet that at t3oloek oil thre ootnloellof theiro"t loy thle defelndant was iln lhooerie-street, :n00 woe very drunk and dosorderly. le o lla nerly naked. Defendant got into Ileoe 1by the ock wey blefeoe witness eoultle urest him. Fined llo. .lAes Cowleyn al Willim Cowley, flatherl anld son, were prieeentel by1 the North Fitz roy pxdicefor foeecokiog use of olsclle.iahl palgv witllil the lhearing of the public ill ltae-street. 'the evidence of Constables Goloill oaod Ahlitney was conclusive, andt01e defeodohnts were acl lined .l r with the op tiull ofi e horn ilcureenrtioho. 7 No .orre.oooovoe. j tlonetoolol C~onnaen eoounoonel o reohtent of North ...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

SPORTING NOTES. FOOTI ALI... MIATCIIES PlAYEDAIT ..rT~lT'.tlY. Cresee.t 2nd twenty v. Fitzroy Allberts. f' This matclh oions itlessued by a Irge m111- t Ier of specltator. el, ns the fnmer cflub Iaoe ueulateu merits, great inlerst wasir taken inl the result. The Alberts skipper toll the toss, land at five minutes past tlhree, C. Saulers kicked oil fur Crescrnt, tile ball heigi marked hr Miller. The lall then travelled fro, one eltto the other. the fol- . I uowers on mth sides woruking in rel earnest. I lelc-lry r lay ,g l ruuooee1edl fitrt blohiunl' fur Coruzeot. Thu Alloerts thoulby e goou 1i nrush earril tlhe Ill to the Creeneut enal oul'l'obiuhhouutofeo eCI-iutaiiiCo o reued firut hfr -Alert je.t l,ho rli lf-tiiie.The t tll being tlirowu upl it was1 ecriil to the Cieccent cld, bht .h. Sandlers alnn relievcl le their guoa 1.'y ctuling thle bitll uell forocodl. Ittes then takhen to the Alhertericul, brllel' ti T. Henies oltailne a mark aiit a very unsty ungle, hut he rqiializedl ti...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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MATCHES FOR THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

iI.Trur.i FIol: TIIls iAY. Xonnaniiiy v. 'itznroy . Juniors on the grotund of din totter, Ititotinod I'l oldtok. Tt Itsnotohr Ioa b leen tnhodl" furuordl to fiu" 0ome tiore i at, witll euoiderble itotoot by the nolen-ro and suplurteru of, the tr olemtioe clbs,lnl ll itsaodo nlirill leotre not a otonte nrnrual tO bring their luot tera for wanl, an xroitingu nil urnl.,nuteutol maltchl is. expected. ' Noniutiliy tearu:-liertnun, Fitzgeranld, FreeIman, Ileron. Illl, loinos, flugoete.t lteonamHarpuer. looter, iloiut, taobs, Kmerigun. Linidlsy, 3lrcieet. :lioutiu-, ilceolbrtrs, athtat _. Sluoomer. Emergen cies, ]Rppiport, Siupsou anld Kiuox Fitzrov Alberts v. Emerniti. In the Riho ooiit taohleck. Alberts troe :-Adlriuuu, Clarke, Iirh, Itnmean, Forber, hoot], It-tisoni, ltiiiiturstoue, Ieuio-wyu, Neleoini, Lon gontnetoni, Millerl, liidoxll , Neutolt , Silon, 11 oblin, 'intIa, WilliUams. Eiergen cies, Thnnoon, Johnson and ionlion. tein iia ale rcltesicl to inert at the flob 1oy nt hutll-pos...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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FALSE PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

FALSE PtRET'ENCES. s At tihe Fitzroy Court on Monday, the uan- sh gistrates were engaged for upwaras of H three hours, in hearitng 'a case in which a aa respectiable woiani, namred Elizaetrth Clark, St ndil a young mintatooend t7.-or.. Clark, alias Is tisirirot Itussell, wrere oliarge? ritic Olitain ing goosis rid riollev, by ieaes of false rep- a resentations and vaineless coheques. ''hIe fe- ib nmnle prisoner plelerl gurilty anl tihe salei to riot guilty. Mr. reern conduclted tihe pro- \I secition and called tihe followig writnesses. ae ArohtiIhl l llshstori, srunm Ianl. assistant F at Mr. Cornell's Drnpery eelaiiiinlcreoit, \I Madelinlestreet, Carltonr. Oi the l12th l ia vi thle feraleprisonrer eatie to the shop aneil IF is'puchaoitoreoy ttire trole serse-rirvndc te; aIt tiio articles now prrlecert are tliose eite ler- tit chased, the price ray .l. Shce gare a cheque St for C IOes., it was eigneld lnsIes Fornl." wl Sie receivei "l_ ns. cihange. Il did nt see to tihe male prisoner...

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