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

A reat difceulty, whili Inost par.ent of sclhoolrclildrem have experienccil, to pro cur goo, atrog laing, comnfortabl,l cover ig or tie feet of their offlrig, ' g apeci: i i alfty in higleggul sciool ioots is'beirg | m ldc by Mr. I'.'.Carpentcr, of 175 Borus owick stret, wrilch are most asltablcu for tlre Imncomning oneoun. Tlly sctn toliave tho. rotlaly ttinaml tleir oljecco, an nr bein L so s rapidly na they can bo made t?u A L- 1 .. 1 lH b.lnra .. fiegdirin t0 wcek nl haIve bell well attnd.8l, Monday lye ahperell as Lech, tui.loe helh tmthlnli, ii "Leah themForeaken." On' Tao day, ile mok tim part of Juliet, tile dauighter of the lapulets, in " Romo andl Julie," in a very uocessfui inoanncr, lto appears to beo tile. *olily iat homlo i almoot eny part; whlliat tlr. .1. Hlolloroay woM a loenro of tlh iropersort. TClmlrte of Capllc t o nd Lnady ,arlct acre recMsctvoly whbilstaiM y jHlr. )lly Dewr ea nd Mla? l aDy Mainwarin . dr. C. lrown mnde ecapital P1rls, as dIl Slr. Appleton Den...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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BAKERS' AND MILLERS' STATUTE 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

BAKtERS' AND AILLtl STi' STATtUTE 18115., t Socti1ot I .- n coson ny haoer I tr seller of bread shall sel or deftloir it him, ohr or thoi 1hp house, or. preatseo, lnt, breod ., leorsll . hta s thoorn or ,iosla y ?eoghed tl rle te praeseoo of. tli Ifrty prtooha lg, tilhe sou .c ' ethrm arulcale Ir tothe aerehnser so to do or I nl.ell aforakI every sotchL ro0o bakers or solie?r?of breal so otlrdilg 'shalnl, I eeoll eonvcelolt'fioalit tad poy for every" 1 secl ollt'etlo oay stis notoexeeeotlig £i." Setloln 12.--"irvery icetor. or seller of brdll sIlll canso to be fixed t to soe eoospi oaos Ipart of Iis shOp Ott or neacr tlet.otttter a o beal o nld scile with proper weilghts or. other saittolent balance'o i order that allo bread thoro sold may frooi thlo to tillase lIo weighed in tiit presetee of tilae pardoer or porhaserr s thlreof. And inl case atly sat batcer or seller of bread shall negl ct to Ito tsth lan and scales or oltetr oslfticicat Iml alie t ttmatmter aforesaid, or to provtt...

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

I L1PER1ALL CLOT WNQG .CO\ PY , · 139 (ERTRUIE STREET1 FITZROYiI N;I 1 N 1 N i I I; Y , VIN· rJ 'lO 44444400004) )ool wod at the Rolo1o clcldiooui' , ,i ' n l Cy lcfle to nn ,4 4 Ieo reefde:41 of this 1)10lrk1 toutl 0),. aoorrouoioolil Looolitlc)iu 010)444nd041y. 44444C?4l) ing 4)at Low ell ATI thou 4ovur luforu; 44)lu444)4)d 1 01irotr43 o ru iolo f their o1o l4 .'trano10oto, Oror o o0 n4d1W4444440404444448 ilo4 Arro.s ' 11w T1 '77{e Tll )R44i'] IA.414 Rho'f 14444,)444044 I under t1he .444)0414RhR04 of a C4o44ooooN' iget~4Ct and A )orfer t it andloo pleto e140 o I ly hp, rulloo!n;ir In tills Inobranc oloe q SI trict ntltllo n 1{I( I IM'(al to, 1L0 L le andit !; i lqluctlaltt of olai~ rel nwr h ps'Hlo will Iinxl tt rcgtly to thclrqaEo Ynbig t ncconl als thu n, !tlnino, which ;it0!' ·i I ~·Tra 1.. Bn.Vl ':·~m '4Ild Boni and Yoithh' Suite from i12s Gd) ;io08t And'Vets from' I 10Oi Kecerokel , yy article nrk e I to i'lafnn. 'Igllrch; h No nhnielllut: " ·, ·, ..: , :.l( Sn))t O'Ull IO]kD...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL SI.\TCIIYES PLAYED LAT SATURDAY. South Melbourne v. Melbourne. Thnese clubs met for the first time this season on the Melbourne Cricket Ground.' They played a most esxiting ganse, which was witoesaed by over 7000 persons. Both clubs put tihecir streuogest teas into the field. The Reds worked splemlidly together and astonishldl ceveryone by their excelleut play. Tie South played in their usual style which is tihe uine as saying that they played a fast and good gu ne. Tllhroughout tle whole tihe guame was very even, tile lull travelling from one goal to the other in quick succession, nnd ulti ately resulted inr a draw, Imth sides securing l goals. It is needless to give any particular notice to individual players, as the whole forty worked like Trojans for their respective sides. Carlton v-. Hotlhanm. This cmatclh was played on the East Mellouncne Cricet Grond, and attractal a large attendance. Much ilterest was centered in this nmctclh, owing to it being the ...

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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

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. t FITZROY COURT. .oli eiA..I'.te : I'rnIi. (lecfore Messrs. Hold,, larsden, liet, Wood- t hea andn llttr en.il's.P.) DIrNl-K .AnD IIln.t: F:lI.Y. Tie fhllrwinicg ipenrc c wcre Ir,luc?ht icp, charged with t l.. rove offence: -loseph I inieholas, I'lCicc Iucde1e. llhOlllsmc lrii?tc-. IGarde, Danuiel hlarian andl William Sherwin. Thoma:? P'iestly was discharged, the rest were each lineatl s.. or 24 hours in gaol. Ilcnry i:taele was further eanrgedl withi rt?eiting i consetablr in te execulltion of hi I dtty. The esidecee was cosclusive, anll the prisoner was lined Cl, or in default, two Ilmlths illIpri-soll lt. INSI'i.TINt: IIEII.iVIoI-R. Archibaeld .clNieholl pleaded guilty to this ofeitnee. It w?I proved that lloiltacicr. day-night hie was ill-ising a young girl, in Itlllnswicek-treceit, rpu ieilng recnOleontlrc- t witih. hie cmde i.ie ef filthy and ocscene la gunlge. Finlled 4is., or ole en ionth'a inlpri secutcect. A iniddle-;g. l wolna, r ln. nel Mllary Cos te...

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THURSDAY, JUNE 15TH. (Before the Mayor and Messrs. Marsden, M'Lean, and Showers, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

TiottIorAy, droce 15ti,. (BIefor the t layor and Messrs. Marlsden, \M'Lean, and Showers, Js.P.) Iva Dec uhe for loiog dirnik anud dis olrerly was fined t s. with the option of 24 hour' in gaol. 1101:x11 To TIE I'E.l(·e. Mi3ilhacl O'Neil wrouorged "itlt threaten - iltg to tlke the life of hi, wife. The 'uenou lorlucred thile prisoner to llnd two surctics in the sumo of £.5 eachm, and to elter into his own recognusanles ill the sum of U0 to keep the peace for six moonths. ISULTI iNt tBIEAlviOUit. Harrict i(omlger was charged with insult ing behaviour in pollic place with intent to provoke a breach of the peace. The prose cutor was oa in:o with whent tile prisouer had lived for four years, ind lie now descrihed her as the lowest chntter in thile colony. The prisouler tassullle the Ibench that tihe pro cuuitor Inod tootted her ShalneftIlyt, vcni going so far as to tear tile hlt off her head. Fined h0s. or int default 7 days in gaol. Au elderly woutn tame t Maria Morris pleaded guilty ty...

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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

COLLIN( WOOD COURlT. TrI'Fso.tA, .Ir: I3TIrn. (Before the M1ayor nd lMessrs. P'eters, Bar nett, a?,l Win. Kidney, ls.P.) Ill.SuIN .aNII Im.IMDIuEnt1LL John Collins and Patrick .looeph Roderick were brought beforc the bench for being dirunk alld liorderly. As thle prisoners hta lr.en l,ckedI uop for ;veald hours they were discharged. ,lam; s li tIn vas brought ip on warrnt charged with threatenlig to burn down his mIother's house. As the proseectlix did not wisll to preeo the charge the bench allowed the alse to le withtdlwn, and they dis charged the prisoner. \Vrn. Kilpatrick w ro oIught up charped with llwilflully ldamaging tihe property of 1\ tm. \\'alller. 'Tile pro-ecutor'o wife appeared in Court out jailorledl the bnetl tlhat her husohal declined to prosecute, as the defen dant had paid for thle damage. The prisoner was discharged.. Hlemry lHclert alias Johnslton pleladed guilty to a charge of having stolen a hat valued at Ils. the property of W\. t'asquin. Prisoner w:is oellte...

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

HIOLtow.v's oPI!.Is.-Clilnogo of temper. ature mad weather frequently upset persons who are most careful of their health, and particular in their diet. These corrective, purifying, and gentle aperient l 'ilol are the best remedy for all defective ac.:i, of the dlig?tire or-an. They nttnellt the oppe tite, otrelugthcn the stonmach, cor.ect bilious. ness, and caen- olffall that is no:.iOls from the system. olowlowa'a Plills are composed of rare balsals, unmi.?el with Iaser matter, andl. ol that account are peculiarly well adapted for the young, delicate, and aged. As this ueerless medicine oas gained fame in the pait, so will it preserve it in the future by its renovatiung :l invigorating qualities, and the impossibility of its doing harmn. [AnvRT.] At a ilinters festival, some t lei ago, the following toast was proposed :-" 11Womuan secold only to the'Press in thedissemination of newst!" Tie Indies are yet undecided whether to reganrd this as a conmplimtent or otherwise. A great dift...

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

CARLTON COURT. W?VEDxnDAY, JUNoE 14THI. (Before MIessrs. Craven, M'Murtrie, nid Lewis, .Js.P'.) IltYLI .INI) I ISORDEtRL'Y. An elderly wonman natled Lizzie Ryan was charged with the above offence. The cvi dence was conclusive. Prisoner was fined s,. with the op iol of twenty-four hours itm prisonmelnt. A.lmiddle aged tooi naeioc Daniel Dorian was charged with insulting behaviour in a public place, and was further chargled with lndecent exposure. Senior Constable Loo dricant who proseouted, called a Mrs. (;ill, whw deposed that at about 7 o'clock on the morning of the 3:0th ilay the defeoalnot was tuarl.ellio, with his wife in his own yal, that the defndanut then ran out into the street with ino clothiig on but a short flannel and a pair of socks. \itness was quite cer tain defendant hald no drawers on. The Ilanncl only covered the tupper part of his bodly. teorge M Intyre, a boy of naout thirteen year of ge, gave corroborative evidence. Another lby of about tile same age, named Dani...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

TlE STAGE. TtIO.TltE ROYAL. Miss Laoioe l'oloeroy's farewell perform a oces rlave Ieeln nrluing ti- n thi weCk aud have lbeen well attrnnided. On Mooelay ihe appeared as Loah, tihef.Terish mnailen, int "Leoa the For:okell." On Tesacoy, sithe took the part of .hulit, the dauhtter of the 0 Capulots, in "Ronleo and .lulict," il a V ery) suot.csful mannler, shto appears to Ihe tho roaghlye at hotoe ill almost any part; whilst Mr. ?\..1. . lolloway was a Romeo of the t proper sort. The palrts of Capulet and Lady Capulet were respectively sustained by MIr. Olly Deering and Miss Doey Mainwaring. l Mr. C. "roewo nmode a capito l 'aris, as did t Mr. Appileton s Mercutio. Tihe remotinder of the characters were fairly sustained. On \Wednetalay evenine the enlotioatrl play 0- k titlel "Ilearteaen ' was pruoloceti, ill whichi the part of Camille f(nutlier was spleedidly t portrayed by Miss t'omeroy, whilst IMr. Hol lowary was snetCsful as Armancl oarel. Monsieur lDavl hatll iis chal?leteri nly g...

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BAKERS' AND MILLERS' STATUTE 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

IIAKEIIS' AND \111.1."118 STATI'UTE 18 5. Section II.--" In case any I?ater or seller of iread shall sell ,r dIel'vr n his, her, ori their' hop, house, or Iremi?' .. a::v bread rhichshall not have b?een previou.sly weighed in the presence of the party p:rcha~ing the .:mne. whethi" rquired hy bit:e purehaur s to do or not. 'lihen aln in Cevly ?lsh tlase bakles or aellesl of Ibread so flenling shall, upon conviction, forfeit and pay fior ver3y such ofellnce any sui not exceeding £t5." Section 12.-" Every lotker or seller of bread shall cause to he fixed in some conspi cuous plrt of his sliop on or lneal the colltor a hemI and scales with proper weights or other sutficient balance in olrder that all bre.l there sold may from time to tinte he weiglhed in the preseence of the purclser or iL.reChaser thereof. And in c.'- t any soCh haker or seller of bread shall neglect to fix such 1han[ and scales or other sntliciest hat lnce inl annler aforeraid. or to provide and keep for use such prop...

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THURSDAY, JUNE 15TH. (Before the Mayor and Messrs, Marsdon, M'Lean, and Showers, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

* 'n L t[ IU .hiDAJ 1ht1.' (Iloforothlu Mayor iad Mliers, Mat'dull' 'CLeoll, aid Showors, Jsl',) .i lil1ILNK A\ 1nIDlnOlitelithY, Irv Inllelih for bolng dlrulik stil ils. orderly wtt icllih is i, wit the otlio of 24 I Ollrs II gol. , ; I lilirliNi TII i I ?0l'OAIi + Mltollel O'Neuil wes cnrgeld with threatsn. lig] to clke the lifo of h Is wifel; T'Io leleh cirdereil tli lIriltiol to' It two Slretles ii tlhe iltl of 211 reh, otlll to ellner tilet hi owte recgtleseleioS In the mitel of l?G0 to keep tlheo penca for six lmolotllhs. ellt,''INtI ItIIltAVlOtll. Iferrlut (Iloodgor waes lchargled with etlali log lielilaliolr iin pullic plnace twit Ilntet to. luroroko a benrch of tlheo poeco. Tile prose. I cuter woe a miot with whm t lloprisoeor Iod Ileled for Irr years, tll li c nir describedl Iher a thie lorest character lit' the cileliy. lThe prlsellor asslredl tioe leacl thant the pro. eetntor hall realel tler slhion flly, eote goilge lo far nsl to'n teto lint offi ir lneal, ittedo or he ...

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

S,.OLESAi??' CLOTHIN. COY.: - PRIEMIER TAILORS OF1 AUSTRALIA:.' GEELONG -TWEED ~TRO;USERS REDUCED TO 10s.., (3D. FOR.?! mE, PRIO , M ,. Il, vziLLmAISTOWN '!TWEED TROUSERS, TO ORDER, 9, Sld. '' I n |ave a overy OxtenCi'e Stock of WOR5TEDiCOATINGS, (ALLnWtooL), "COT fI CIIVI01, ° w'EST OF ENGLAND TI\EEDS, "IOMES1'Us, o., iii - orotdd shWatrat Snmk and to Measuro, n u- ILI E; I LI 'I S ': ELONG WEE Trousers from . - - Os o d' uJ . Trousers andts?:. ' a ?,? 6'd S Sa Sauiits . , ... 48s Od e aprepre?m to exeoo oa lVolers o ntrsted to us in the bes, LONDON STYLE, withl ? >GUARANTEED GOD EIT, SUPIERIOR,t WRKoiNSHIPi'. i O 20 FU TI0N. . As overal SMALL FIRMS are copyhg our nIdvortlements and atylo of chops to decolvo the publlc, and supplying INFERIOR good: nat i?ome list of prices, ti eoo cEonE, ohl PRETENDIN(I thoy are connectled withlth fi rm. Please note our only Establshments I EASTERN IMARKET BUILDINGS, BOURKE STREET EAST, .,108s' oEITRUDE STREET, FITZIOY,i I4 VICTORIA PARADF, WEST...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. The usual fortnighitly reoting of the City Cousncilwnashehlyeeterda y'l n ngu. Presentl the mnayor (Cr. ltolden), Cre. i.%Ilahl. oe Lyons Showerrs,,.Moore, Phipps, lirooks, 11?\ oalhead and Cliaason. Tile lllaates of the previous meeting and the outwarnl correspondence were readt and confirmenl. 1. From )ir. aolnleerey;:Health oflicer Sating that tevery precaution hIad been taken In thdiptheria c nt l18 Argyle.strert, 2. Frrel tie slotlo dated Jrle 2ind Oln. eo1eeig thaIt ieo deathls frel dlptliherli riea l oaurrerin Fitzroy.-ltRcuived. 3. From 1rMr. W. OGrcenlaw Victoria l'armo teecotlplllltr of tlte seerOge ovcr. flowieg tihe footpatil near Irs preirlec ae skinlg for a reluedy.-ltrecreled. 4. Frome Mtesrs. Soilivan, OGeary, Abel, Hoyle nnd Gndlkeo, ]Irunswlikest retclain. lng compeniettitl tothe actOIatt of £24 for ios e lelliliy.strert drnin. ( Thit groulnl of the elniai ill that tel porary crossilngs were not provided.--IReceivol. Itlatnelet not eln teriair...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, JUNE 17th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

SATURDAY, JIlF llthl, 1882. WITH this issue the "Fitzroy City Press' counnuenes the seconld year of its cxisficee. Many and exceedingly varied ceore the predictioils whichl greeted its ndvent, nld some of our kind friends were charitable enough to allow it a few weeks of struggling life. NWll, thoso weeks have passed und lmany more, and thanks to the smany patrons and sympathiscer who I have gathered round us, it has weathered the roughest blasts, anul rides sifely on a prosperouscourse. In our prospectus we laid down very plainly the princit plea by which we would he guided, those of right alnd jistice. Mlasures udl not loon or parties were to beo noc corded our support, anld to theso tenets we have strictly adlhered. .We have deilt with ninny lquestionis which it miightpossibly have been, coimmercially, to our advantogo to have left alone - but in the intoerest of the citizens we have braved displensure, opposition, and attempts at coercion. \Ve have tried inl every instanlc to ge...

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

- OUR- STORY TELLER 3IONA'S CURSE. CIIOArrR VI. (Contianel). But Sir Edmund woald not he relhafrel y I her celdntcs. "-I should like to see your 1 poor patient. Will sile admit mle " Rachel Lloyd pointel towanls the smoun taiu, which were visihle through tile open door".*' You will find here there !" The Iaronet heard this with extreme sur P"Is it possible that sle has left you already! Surely she was not in a fit state to return to thel esolate place that I am told ahe illhabits !" *" Itwas herwill."nuswered Rachel, never tollpping the rapid whirr of her lwheel. It was impossible to hold any contioned conver\eation with one who would ionly an swer in monosyllables; but Sir I-almand made at Lst etfort. " .1r. St Clare tells me that you and your husland have reside?l at Llyvnawr for many years. Hlave you any recollttion of a per son known as liose, or ltosine, Grilfyths !" The wolman, roundl from her apathy at last. pasual her hl and acroe her brow. and shadinut her eves with it, gaz...

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

Tlhe close competition of the present ago has ausedl extensive adulterations in almost crery article of food, particularly in Ten. To enouoe the residCnts o` this district a pure, wh?.?lCoome and delici,os Tea at a low price, MI. N. P1'ECIV.I has opeuel the new premise, just finished at !i i ertrude street Fitznro~y.s a Tesa · Cotlre Depot, with a select *1. ,f l:. ?; ?, China 'T?s, at prices fr., a 2s. to :L. per lb. Choice Ceylon Caole, . Io1k. per b1. Julia CIhutneys, 3s. Ihi. per c ttle. lie esks the public to gire hid a trial. [AverT.j HOTELS, c. & UNIVERSAL HOTEL, S.u rI Sr., corner of Rose St. Only Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. S. CLOVER, l'norPRItroR, Late Licensee of Gloucester Hotel, Hlodde-st. BACCHANTE WINE STORE. CAMPBELL aso CO., 129 SPRING STREET, 31ELBOURNE. 1YiOL.aiLLE ASh RETAIL. UNDER.TAmBS. A P PS, ECONOMICAL I UNDERTAKER, FUNERAL FEATHERMAN, And Trade Furnishing Undertaker, Hearses, Coaches, Ac., A&., to suit the re. quiremnents of...

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NORTH FITZROY BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

NORTHI FITZROY BOWLING CLUB. The annual meeting of the North Fitzroy Bowling Club was held ol Monday evening at S o'clock, in tie long room at the .lika .ika Hlotel. There erwecpresent: the Mayor of Fitzroy. Cr. Ilolden, preTidCnt of the Club: vice-lreidcent, Mr. (:r.yaoa: Mr. llaekett, \1.1.; Cr. Lyonz, ald solal thirty other (lentlelle. After doi ng full justice to the gooda tllings providcd y lost Prentice,. the aetnm- Secret;ry read ot the report anll halaneo sreet which showed that the club had been established four years and had made good Ilogress daring the Ilast year anl that there was only a snmall overdraft, anout £:1,. This aollnOllllt was farthler i dleed by £7, voted by tihe social colllllnittee, which brought it doawn to £.130 ; which amoiunt was still flrther redcled biy a sub scription which was started by Mr. Illackett, 31.1P., who headed the list with .£35 s.. other genitlemen followed and the sumn of £1:1 lil. was collected, tlhu leavinig nPily ia trilling overdra...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

REDUCEDU PRICES !!! WHOLESALE CLOTHING COY., PREMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS REDUCED TO 10s. 6D. FORMER PRICE, 12s. 6d. WILLIAMSTOWN TWEED TROUSERS, TO ORDER, Os. idl. We have a very extensive Stock of WORSTED COATINGS, (A.LL WOOL), SCOTCH CHEVIOTS, WEST OF ENGLAND TWEEDS, HOMESPUNS, &e., Warranted Shrunk and to .Measure. PRICE LIST: GEELONG TWEED Trousers from - - - 10s 6d Trousers and Vest - - 18s 6d Sac Suits '- - - 45' Od We are prepared to exente all orders entrusted to us ill the best LONDON STYLE, with GUARANTEED GOOD FIT, SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP. CAUTION. As several SMALL FIRMS are copying our advertisements and style of shops to deceive the public, and supplying INFERIOR goods at same list of prices, in some eanes, also 'RETENDINGc they are ooectl cwit thtis firm. PIrase not or onoly Establilshmnts are I EASTERN MARKET BUILDINGS, BOURKE STREET EAST, 10S GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY, 4 VICTORIA PARADE, WEST MELBOURNE, 32 and ,34 CLARENDON STREET, EMERAL...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 17 June 1882

IMPERLAL CLOTHING COMPY., 133 GERTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. A FRIEND TO THE WORKING MAN AND HIS FAMILY. H-I'hG e~ooence business at tle above addresst tCm ay rntens to supply the residents of this District and the sonr'tiading Localities with renadly-made Cloth ing at Lowro RtrTS than ever before attempted. Every article will hI of their own manlfacture, STYLE and ?'oi?roEoiASIir C.iAo.ioTEED. The TAILOdINOl.It/i iCiI of tle businies is ounder tie supervision of a Coarr:-rlT Cesrne, and a perfect fit and complete satisfaction may ie relied on. In this branch also, a great reduction on n rates crrent elsewhere will be nIole. Strict attention will be paid to the desires and requirements of customers, and the public will find it greatly to their advantage to accord us their patronage, which one trial will prove. Boy's and Youths' Suits from 12s. 6d. 1 Trousers and Vests . from 10i. 6d. Knickerbockers - ,, s. 6d. Sac Coats - 15s. Every article markeed in 'lain Figores. No aluatenent. ALL GO...

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