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

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITltOU1 COUlRT. tioSt..ty. .tri:5nii. I lefolr 1roi. Alley, P.t1i-.ind \.t esrs. .11ar" dlen dl *1: ven .)s. l'.) For the a itter, treI lItunoiaiti ( ail Itlerit S'oitt were each fined .Ws. with. the optint of d Iio iwtioprio iiient. A young wtani iinitel tlatl o:unlon, for iraking use of obsete itg oage titwhin tlie heaing of the pittblic, wias tioetl Ilt. or IS 4 lauhours inh ý.h..l. Two nlurrirt feitio troll iknown to the totlice, aotl tootedl reietvelty Etllen eek tout i'riiiiiioerr treretiroogttt tiefore ttto i .a" eli. Irweck elan ttevl \vitfr.lih".acerly- enlalact mul EvSr with having no visible meants of support. Thie oriidcee of Constatle Calleo dItr was concltuive in each. The prisoners were etch sent to gaol for si nmotl hs. A toung girl tnedl Alice Souooer wts charged with stealing at ptir of locts, the ptoiarty of a 3irs. L:rtloola . ait whose house the prisoner wras employed ras a geenal ser vant. The ev"idence was coclusive, will it ttietieui tii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

SThu' clioo s oeopioitioo of the prooout geg has cauisoo, tnsiiOv odidfoerntiono inI lmost ooory aeticle offeood, particularly. in Ta.i To onoro llto ocoodoent of tlhis Ilstitot e pure, whnolooeneo d tlnlelieious Tea An low price,'Mr. N. L'oiwtv,\I. hla opct tho teonw 10 looojoost'tluiohlc l th Iii .(eitrlotolotroot Fitzooy, eon Toe aoto Collie Dopot, within select otook of ttdian owl ChIte Tcnwcit orilos firon, _. to in. per ll. CMolo Ccyapn ColT e,.:l, Iid. per II,. fedline Cloutioys, 3n. WI. tool tthe. Iti osks too plelto to give lie n trint. [ACr~T.] "T N I V I't 4A 110T1 1 ,, J IIeIT ST., oeller olh Imo e, St. OCly: Best I srandl of Aea, Vlies atSil Weto IIcellaeo of (llomlmeter 1lht01,'lo0ll(oat.. ' OAC0 ANT,I1', WINE SITORE. CAMPIIPI I .L "is' CO., ' I S'I'RINO STR'FIF T VlUl.I lAtI lS ItelAelr .. S UNDERITAKEII, ' . . ' UNlS ,RiNTAKE it "C FUNERAIL FRATIICI IMANI And Trado I shanlling Unlldertaker, Ileree, Conclle, te., he., to snit the ro. i er e tlll of all c lassaes. FTrR...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER V. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

OUBR-- hTORYTELLER - ' ox \ 'Y CltSinK .. C A'itt t.'-, . (Coitinud).ii : . Len ll's aia r hrll ripnlehilto, rind hi der r horri t riti t to itil the teaulwh.,llr, I' trnle :him ?,hithal acquillre haOwvOv g- Ii , w .tar doho r In irarisne ea ille , maitii tnuagu ,atie .nn , xe1nat tL ?LOth alrIloh Ir .eIrglaehit ty.I toriC'h. lmat thoe oa?ia la wto, it i taatl breath eotl. ponilU t e hr Itlrrit . to atill its eealurl of a at' ( o, ;tiglt hia suheit hl our aIter lsii tup ly Le tto ll)i of t gollup o hI ela te dQh l oaal, tall altl ? atnr hUarg l, putlll warnled by. Ihe, doce s rhling wmrl'? to takelllgit., ; . . N,, ionq lh,. o)'.yrlluwlll<UllOtl Olnllml Ioer, wi, ptll et call:er eytlo pat loaiols oa atltole o oo're"M,' ellhlhl." Ntor lhad rhe yet ielllaanho .qlnteiny altire-ttr rales.a il iooitrd tfe lal-l iet eaae rerlred naeonrl lng tia auy tyl l wellcr;v'e, whII paortivtly ltkeiy1, ia or,~ to the llIol of tIle ancierat. iNereu arDger a .cars aicnllatl by Nrealn's itowi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

SPECIAL COLIIe. : `:.PHT I N G - COM1ANY..... PREMIIEI TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. LONDON MERCHANT TAILORS AND IIABIT MAKERS. The Renownol, Originnl, A?idonly makers of Orciong Tweed Tronuers, ,,. To Onler, for 12s. ll. IMIPORTANT NOTICE. OPENING OF SPRING GOODS. OPfININGOO F SPRING GOODS. IRIEAD OUR IRICES:- Cricketntg Trotsers, I2s. el. Whlto Vests, 's. 7 d1. Black Doe Trousers, Ifs. Gl. Black Vests, L1. Trousers and Vest, 1s. 01.; Universal Sac Suits of Unalterable i Tweel, 40s. Fashlounble Light Summner Stits, 48, GeOntleme's Suntmer Overcoats of West of England Wosterings, 37s. (kl.; usual price, 50s. All Goods Made to Order. All Goods Thoroughly Shrunk. Fit oiid Style Guaranteed. Single OGanents to Onler at . Wholesale Prices. JUST OPENEDI .O 0 L L E N S " BOUGHT DIRECT From the LARGEST MANUFACTURERS, And every Advantage taken of the Fluetu. ation of the Home Market. Ii?FIrst Class Cutters Engagol. Newest Styles and Fashions to Iland. IN.B. Telephone communication from head oeice to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

1PERIAL CLIOTHING COMPY., 133 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY, SFRIENI) TO TJIE WORING ?IAN AND HIS FAMILYL I AINE eut1Ice ll e itoitteed n t the abovo ahlrei s this Compnny Itteils to s ply 1 tIha H" ea? ,, t, of ths )istlrict er ll thue srroulndiig l.oealtlet with reody.mandu Cloti. ig 'fat?et ?ut lor :o t ,ll 0l rr IEforo ntootEn IEvery nrtleo will.I o ofT tielr owl, Tl 'cture, iTrot t nld 0Wol ot.osiinrrt (lItran.trI . ll .o sirlI oI a rerfcot I"t sot eolutlate rottoftn?toe osy be rlttd on. II, tihts Imoalh areo gLrt m ,-"i tltton an tes curr0nt lsehlwher will I li d ' u . litet ittettlo will I6, pol to the ?slires and rel 11,,,:..e ..tt. of Im tooe, o , a..I. . the i ,hlietll it it glireatly to thi..tr o.vot.mn go to aoco. t d tin tlir patroua?e, whliel o, . Ili oill proer. nu' and Youths' Suits from 12s. 6d. Trousers and Vests from lO10, d, gile rbockers? . , s. 6d. I Sac Coats .. ,, 15, Eivery nrtcle imarked Ii l'linl Figure. No inltmellt. ALL GOODS SOLD AT W?NIOLESAL ?I 'IICIES IN ...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, JUNE 10th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

SATURDAY, J*UNE lOth, 1882. E(O'rtAS dilliculties andl Irish out rages have Ibeen keeping thle hands of Mr. Gladstone and his cabinet, pretty full of late and though the former now seems in a fair way to settlement, the latter remains as great a source of anxiety as ever. In Egypt, the deter niination of the people, as representedl by Arabi Pasha, to maintain their potsi tion has had its weight, and the thnret etdi naval display on the partof Great Britau and IFrance haus een aLban doned. It is other remarkable that such steps should ever have w-en int itinteil against Arabi, as there has not been for years ai more popular loan in Egypt, or a matn who by his upright career and Ilhonorale principles, has so g?ilul the favor of foreign powers. He is essentially a ttno of the peeOle, andt has gained his presenIt position by sheer force of chlrnn ter aml Ipersever once. Some years ago, after the fail ure of (reat Britau to stamp out the slave trade in the southller provitnces of Egypt, ...

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

FRO1 I 'OLIE T10 1'O LE. liv Xtrt-aticK. (ll tiuotll. After sholrt cot-erration I owa electedl t.,trytoaylhadatlott kthtg tlemlirt l.orgaaior, for a I tool loefot Iloon. of teiria little tricks, I wias in a taocosre preplared for them. so hr i'g ayelf together for tlhe veral contest, w.laieh I knew was alout to cusare. I rose to toy feet, iwalked raual the shop, examilnedl the texture of thle piles of maoterial on the shelvea , stal after, opolareotly, satis fying mCyself so totlhiiri uality, I retunal to amy set asd notatonucetl oyciself rwaly to ammaraarc operationso. Aly orcalrre isill scor see the Ioelrtit of lataintg hakrer this fsa-taol able preatntion, for ill Illndia, unlike wlhat it is in otlher countrisc. tihe lshopkeepers never think of oskig onytlaing like the price they intend to ultimately take for thrir gants. tiowever, after having to rrmftcalvy rettled taoyertf inoao e air. coaltooar.x:lo:frwoca. roostierecoaro aco arrcnoic tillc- te6l hil jost been iospectiog, maoc...

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

THgEam THTU:1:. 1.1: ut~pý S'lI 'A\IE k. An entirely new crlioni cntitled i" crss hItolpper: or, thne dchances of the cants" was I"tuelnced[ at the rlillce.:'1 Theote .i Satur .lyc iglot. It iO Oi* aoioitioo , by il. .1. 1'. Jttiioctt, tice. oottoii tif an othier. The plot is somewhat its follows : A child is stolen frirom oer father's inosion by sonie gipsies who sell It tie to some circuse pople, itlihret she attains a grand repoo ooiaanecrobat IandII circus rilero aid i solbriquet of the (tinssehoppler. Shie nns ciway fromi thle. o it~ipty sthe is with. acii theo proprietor of tho' circus follooits her. atc woaitd compel her to. returnl, otowinrg the o""reocttt hetwetO' thiccm. Aocartist, ocoe:,l I Oiljit, payo theooto1 0,cto.1oaoll cond :it ttih saine tiie 1falls in lovo with iher, ste reci-. jroroettiol his attcetoion Slot, to' cicitot bty I lerrclltivver ilheilsua\? nftei Inncli serhin"" funid Iher out, and at last stuic retinstate t in ter owit home as tihe Lady Ernstine Top ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

Tihe cle l co mpetition of the present age jhas cnaO l extensive idulteratioJ in almost every artiele of food, particularly in Ten. To enllsure the reidlents of this district a pre, oldoesome and delicious Te at a low price, 2dr. X. I'melml'.I L Ioa dojecd the new preeis"e jest finishedl at !I.t ertruede street Fitz.ro.y, as a Tea ul Colree Depot, with a oelect stock of Ilndian nl China ToCcJ°t prices from 2a. to:ls. per l,. Choik Cejos Calfee. Is. li. per ,lb. Iodian Chutoeys, Ss. 1i1. per lottlie. le asks the public to gile hin a trial. [. Aer.] 1tOTEL5* HOM T( NIVERS AL HOTEL, . SAurn Sr., corner of Rose St. Only Rest B]rants of Ales, Wines annd Spirits keopt. S. Gl.OVER, t'tormt' ront, . LGte Licensee of Gloucester Hotel, lodlde st. j3ACCIIANTE WINE STORE. CAMPBIELL . sti CO., I_1 SPRING STREET, M1ELROUIRNE. nost_. A Rrr.it.. UNDERTAKERS. f A 1'1S', ECONOMICAL r SUN DERtTAKERl, FUNERAL FEATHIERMAN, Andl Tnade Funislhing Undertaker, llearnres, Coaches, c.. .o., to suit thle re rl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

SPECIAL COLUMN. WHOLESALE CLOTHING COMPANY. PRELMI1El TAILORS OF .USi ITRALI.L LONDON M1ERICH.1N1' .1LORS ANti 11IIIT 11.1KEIS. The Iteowotod. Originut, Anwl only -At," of (Welong 'I'wrel 'I'Trou co-s, To knler, for Il-*. 61. IMPOiiIANlT NOTICE. OPENI 11: OF SPilINi: 1:o015. OPENIN(: OF i'tiINi 1:000Ds. IlE-.LI OUR ItiiLCES:- Cricketing Trosers, li. (i0. White 1"ite. is. hid. llMck the. Tin teri, ILS. Wl. lBlack U c-to, 16. Trot. rs and YeSt, 1IS. 6id. Unircnal Sa$ Suits of Unaltertble Twevi. 44ts. Fashioatle Light Sumnter Suits, 4is. tentleote t Sunner Oretet..ts of Xe t of Enttladl Woosterinogs, :i7o. li;.; usual price, .nos. All (Ootn Male to Onler. All I:,.,,s Tloetogl-ly Sihrank. Fit anto Style io4tointcel. ingleC rintot to 0 Oikir it \holestl I Ptics. .1JUSr OPENED: A 0 0 1. 1. E X S lIOCl'lTlil OIiECT LARtOES' 11ANUFACTURIII-., Andt eoens Adlo itogt hak of the Flet,, atitj,, of the Mloine Mtatre. Sig First Clos Clttet Engige.l. Newest Stole and FAhlionst to uliol. N.B. *TAele...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

IMPERIAL CLOTHING .COMPY., 133 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. A FRIEND TO'THE WORKING MAN AND HIS FAMILY. HAVING conunencead Imsiness at the alore address, this Company intends to supply. the residents of this District and the surrounding Localiti Witth realy.mado Cloth ing at LOWen RATsrEs than ever Iofure attempted. Every article will be of their own sanufactore, STYLE and Womirisyssur Grsnstee,. The TAltonr.: llseie of tile Pnei cf. ins itoer tihle supervision of a CosiitTT Corr, and a perfect lit and eoiplete satisfaction may hue relied on. In this branch also, a grreeat eluction on atre scrrent oleowohere will be ade. Strict attention will be paid to thie deires and rrleirements of customers, and the pNd ic will find it greatly to their advantage to acconrl s their patronage, which one will paroe. Boy's and Youths' Suits from 12s. 6d. I Trousers and Vests from 10. O6d. Knickerbockers 5s.. 6d Sac Coats - , 15. ," ' article marked in plain Figurs. No alateoment.. ALLG'OODS SOLD'AT WHO...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, JUNE 10th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

SATURiI).Y JUNE 1i: tlh, IS82. Eivrmsxl dilicilties and lrisli out rages have lxbeen keeping the handx of 1ir.: Glhistoiii nd his eabinet, plretty full of late and tlhoigli the former now sceets il ia fair waiy' to settlement, the latter Lremainls as great a source of anxriety as ever. In Egypt, the deter iniiatioi of the people, as represented by Armbi Pasha, to ixiaitainixi their posi .tiou luisa Oed its weighlt, and thel threat cited naval display oni the part of Grenat 1Jritain and iiince his is een nan boiedl. It is rather reiixarkablle that suchI steps should ever have 1been i( itiatexd xgainxst AIrabi, is tihere lhs not ieexi for years a more popular tian inc Egypt. nr a iman who by his upright cireer iand hloinoixile principles, lits iso gaied the Ifair of foreign pxoxeias. lie is easeitially xic ian of ithe ip le, anx has gained his present positixn byl sheer force if chlarxcter axix lersever uce\. Some.< - y . W n goxfter lie fail ure of (treat lritrlix to stimp...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER V. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 10 June 1882

OUR STORY TELLER M ci MIONAS CURSE. t Cnc.rrr.n V. (Continlud). sI Le clli) Atto tt aginppcaini ttt, tmt in die- It' Opoir hoe took ttpon ititttocif tite oflicc of w' teachin i her. Ftom hitm Nesto nOenirotl mi hnoohig Agepitdly, and site soon isocme an p accmplihid musician and an excellent ol echolar, both in English and French. But ct her vivacity was aentaml by study: anda tl the &.iine tvso, withotooti ibetolothytnd ihands claspe over her iheart to still its o pulses, cat like soene -eiuctiful statue whsile c ier tutor reand " King Lear," or the ".erno Salem" of Those, might hoe seen no hournfter- i soonlicrtcopioggoilyintitothe midst of a gaup g of iclicchtcti chiltreo. or cotontoting Norrc 1 3iargcl. until warn-td by cthe damest rising tl wrath to take tliioht. Ik Altlhou-l n0w oerging oona wnmatnnioos, Nmsto, to her young grtnliats hoad !nnett s hier, was still colled by the pet tnanes of S "little omte" and child." Nor hNid she vet oasstntil the statelry attire-the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

T;ide 'clo eort etitied of tihe ireereteM lids cnOdi l'extensire nilelterltione ia s erery orticl of food,' peertirerirrly in 'Tc. Toecoeare tire roridrens o' tiirrisioteiet peer, ire1orree, nuller i'ilic:errTerel nt n IOr price, Mfr; N. 1'o'rwrvr Ibe openeri then .prrriee ijot lirshrerr.at WIi tiertrerie ntree t Fitzroyesae ea cIan Colffe Iepot, cithe ,zeledt oet'ekotlrlindiraera Chiirre'Cier,r tericee fe ,cse to'lisý jer tIb, Ciroice Ceyler (tretet ; ,64.ii ~per Ib Indrian Ctnirtrreye, 1:lin io Itn rr tire ubli ito give Iljle a biii.. (dIIYT·] IIOTICELS, &s. T NIV Y R I A IOTEI,, SU lITrH ST., corner of Ilono St. ' Olly Best Uernll of Ales, 'Wiles oni ' S irits kept. S. OlVEtl"tI,|,,h o 1m m, l I;'_.1o0tces of Oloucester laotel, i1lia 0t+ JACCIIANTE WtINE STO~tlto CAMIP'1I: .?s? CO, 120 S1'ItINC STHtt Z,, M MItl110Ui tNEK 1'IL\LIt..att: ctN 1120t," UNDERT'A.ItBO ,..' A. I1'8, EcO NOMICAL FIUNEISRA, F EA'IIERMAN, Al 'Tlrade FlIor'ishiig Undertaker, lHearses, Conulls, to.. A...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 12TH. (Before Messrs. Robb, Marsden, Best, Woodhead and Raven J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

POLIOE INTELIGENOE. xrlrztto, cowT'r. FITZROY COUltT. . (ieftoru Maemr. llobli lln.rit, Inest, IWood heiad nal uitaven I'.P'.) ItIfNIS.K A.?II lnSOIIDh?il.Y. Tie fullwhlaiig }arl ware I+rought up ubnrgcd, with tile offhou h .NIilulns. i'ruula Iterley, Thoiuuu l'rluntly, ,lolullllhl Muuanucu, Iaunitl O'Ltpury, htulry (Innleu, lunniul DIorin mid Wlliniui Shcrwin. Tlau s I'riastly In itinlmrgout, the resut wuru cuuu liuuii ts., ur 24 hlour hn guui. ' llrlyall TII. IuOI.II'+. ' uHenry (Iu llu ll llrtller chpirgell with realinItlug a houunule ill tile uccalolu of hlia lllty., 'tu u 'litutio Iruu ummaiuhanivu ti prasoneur w?l nIeud £3, or iu deluault, two moillth iilaprlimnlintut. I .?~LTI {PI.I .?(|IRI~lVI~OIII{. Archllhlhl mluNlulull prleuedt gellty to thih offence. It wasn proveld Lthat on Satur day.klght he wan Illusing a yuug girl, In ]lr tunuIuhk.treut, apoulnhiug ruluoutraiutel with, ho Inualo uuse ot ilthy nul obscenu lanl. gnuu. Finlled 10s., or oeu month's Impri. seol mlrtlt. A ...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOT BALL [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

lSPORTIN NOTES. FOOTIBALL, sITC II A AInL VI' LhA T MATURDAY . ooll tolialbot rlii bo lre. ii ille o h oirose . C delboot F hr t for te irat tillme tlls sei oll rlhboor Cricket recd. Thid yed oat oociting game, which ' CI Itoesodhy over.i7000 peraoi. s thit hll it thir etrogeast tean's into thie field. T' i work d splen didly togctlher 0oelehedeeryone b theler eoeellcnt pi h y tlot h n tlyeie tlr rusual style Whi 11110the ea s Snyit g that tlhey playrd a in taicd pinthei Thrro ghoio t the wii hol t R g o eryed ven, ar o thie all travelling fre egotao th 0e olther in Iluick ..c. ?CiO ll ultimectety resulted Ia draw, i e fe ecuril -2 igoofs. It I needless tog Pae pati car notiee to m t lldividuiil piiioc te t sceie oylee as tile epol, iortT worked like Trojel her e c rie d tm rug i l dto Carlton Vc etm. uttwn . The mati is o ollteiloatlolielbotiloeCrtckem roirl oltteracted a toege ettcetollcc. Mu hitereetooaceiteredl in tlils mtch, owl to It itl cifl tco irt tiie thesen tube h ot lor....

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COMPLIMENTARY BALL TO MESSRS. PARRY AND MACKAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

COMPLIMIINTAIl Y BALL TO MISSI1SS. I'ARRY AND MACKAY. ad Il A gran l al til all ppor was tendeici to loraars, 'arry ail ihlokay, ly tliclr on . I a ?lll°y tol 'i llmlrlay oreellllg nt icklnt l As rilly Rlolili, wlion, nrolwltltil;n, nil tlo lcl0oionoy of tle wetllir, sh eot lxlt .coipli's masembleil to do lonuoar to tie u ce oiin, The dnllcthg VAu s cliiioll t ont pnt 8 Iprhlnolyj Mr, Joy bdug allotted tl ir em, , M.. It oly doltg jiostico to tli SIntlomlain to say thin thi way tIn wii I i llfilllllod lile illltca wIs h1ighly ontlfnactlry t, Seveary on preit, After flre or ix i anc ha ll ieen eso tllrourI ll i ndjotenrunellnt a nit l toa t tIo tllpoer roolt, where a erex. Setlltont rtpoast was sprenil i Itout f% titt I tho.-loaco ot.'tlie roonms. he caloir wa takell liy Mlr. Thiollas, who after dellvertrn 1 A shlort grmace invited tlio comn pnly to l t. .Jliillg froii teie wly in willi tli ompany a cceptel tlie aInlltlono t ie s i ipe r woa , hIgh lysatlfnotory to anil concerid. Aft...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 13TH. (Before the Mayor and Messrs, Peters, Barnett, and Wm. Kidney, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

COLLINO\ WOOD COUIT. ' T'IOnlAY, .Iun l13TIT. (Ilufoll th lnMoor andi Mess. estors, ? ar. etwt, ni {Vint. Kihdey, JTsI'.) IDIRNIK *,I I sn|OInDiEYLnY. John Collins owl Patrlck Joseph Roderiok were' brought hefore the bench for belig drunk anl dlsolrdely. As the prisoners had bein locked ul for iievnerl lhouirs they woere. disclargedl. .Inllies (iboE woi' lroglit lip on ffarrnt charged wtllE threatenigto ibuorn-down his hlotler'a noose. As tlioprosatolrix diid not ? to prne tillOe charge the nench I allowei thIe ose to be withdrinwa, and they dis. husbaln declined to prosecute; as tlhei defen. dant had paid for the damage. Tihe prisoner was dlischarged. Ieunry lerlert alins Johllnston pleanded guilty ton i elnrgn of hnitlng sitoli a Inat vnlued nt Ion. tile property of \. anlhaniiIe Prisoner wsn eeitneiled to fonrteol iaily inprison. InInllt. Al elhierly wnoons named Mary Long oas lchanrge nwitil stenlaling n doonr nt. The pre ionsr tm nilrrented by Constable Ilnlnon with tile minit ...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER VI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

OtUR STORY TELLER . MONA'S CUI?II., ;CCtlurn- Vt. CICuontinmani. Shurt Sl Edmiindi would not e roimihffed her coldiis~. "I shouli like to see y poor putleit. Will she dmhit me Y" Tachel loyd poini1ted tiu'nra d the iam tmabs, Whieh were riilble through the op dloor. "You itl cIIIIre t hear T'he liaronet heard this witllh etreano s -tisa. "Is it positlule that hoe has left yv Alrendy? ?muly shol won m t in a lit sta to return to th solateo plane that I mn11 to helr ilhnltn lt!" It won heu will," fnaroed h cherli l, aot sto ?itg thuo rapi lxhhar of lhr wheela It is lmlnjroiblel to holfi- anyntlnn riinrtmition pith onoii waiioo moyivam socr ifu innoyllnhl;lio nit Sir Ediui ntirtl a (not ifoart. " Mr. St Clare tells m thnt you and you Shusnlhav ha reaidel at Lysivafwr lo mall tars.Il, a rne olt i)y recollttlian of a per a knoon oneo raR, or Rostle, (irdtytha "' l her hnl l acl a her brow, aill ioher eyes with it, gared hin tently sel,"n. o e re you, that ask i l n r Im name, aInd a Aint...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14TH. (Before Messrs, Craven, M'Murtric, and Lewis, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

:CAIrLTON COURT. WrxousuoAY, Junu 14T., (IBefore Mosers; Craven, WM'Murtrlo, and / DUNK A\N?D DIIolIuxtr,. Au A tlhierly womnn namttl oIrtlto hRyan won Scharged ith th e nbovo ofloncou Thie ee bdeion wo eonoltoshio.: Prisonor wao flaol ats, with tile option of twouty.for hours Ine. prlsotuimnt, . A ihldlo aged nti ItluadiIl Dalllel Dorloi was ctorged with onsultltg bolhavior it t pfl sld place, and wcov o rther charged wito i 'hatont exposure. Sealero Corin/al~le LOl: Ddlhl, who prosucutbdu called a Mrs. (1111; who delpbioe that ot abott 7'o'elock ota the ltornlig of tiL :t0th Mayn tho defendano t wao anrroellin with his wife h in owni yard, theft t dofedlon t th he'ra ollt hlltu' thle strrut with no olothir g otn uat a short lnnllol ntll aonlir of sock?te Witnoie w qleto eo ar. tll defendant had tlo drawers onl. T Ilnulel only coveicd the uppcr port of lhas hotly. liprgou D'ILatyr ,, boy of aboot thirteen y)ears ofagc, gave errobcorthve vcOlde ce, Anothur boy of about the s.ae age ...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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