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

fttzrop glth 4lcss. SATURDAY. .IUNE 1th, 1882. WVTIn this issue the " Fitzroy City Press" commlences the secolnd year of its existence. Many and exceedingly varied were the predictions wllicht greeted its advent, and some of our kind friends were charitable enough to allow it a few weeks of struggling life. Well, those weeks have passed- and many more, and thanks to the many patrons and sympathisers who have gathered round us, it has weatlhered the roughest blasts, and rides safely on a prosproous corse. In our prospectus we laid down very plainly the princi ples by which we would he guided, those of right and justice. Measures and not mien or parties were to be ac corded our support, and to these tenets we have strictly adherel. We have dealt with many questions which it light possibly have been, conttinercially, to our advantage to have left alone; but in the interests of the citizens we have braved displeasure, opposition, and attempts at coercion. We have tried in every instance...

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

COMP'LIMENTARY BALL TO MESSRS. PARRY AND 3IACKAY. A grand ball and supper was tendered to Messrs. Parry and Mackay, by their em ployts, on Thursday evening at Ilockin's Assetdhly Rioonms, when, notwithstaeling the inclemency of the weather, about sixty couples assembleld to do honour to the occa sion. The dancing was commenced at half last S precisely, Mr. Joy being allotted the part of B.C. It is only doing justice to tllus gentleman to say that the way it whicuh hel fulfilled his duties was highly satisfactory to every oon presernt. After live or six dances had teen gone though an adjournment was iiade to the slpper rooml, where a very ex cellent repast was spresad Iv Host White, the lessee of the rooms. Tihe chair was taken by M1r. Thomas, who after delivering a short grace, invited the cosmtpany to fall to. Judgillg from the way in which the company accepted tile invitation the supper was highly satisfactory to all concereed. After a sutliieint time hasd elapsed the chairman ros...

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

FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the City Council was held yesterday evening. Present: the mayor (Cr. Holden), Crs. McMahon, Lyons, Showers, Moore, Phipps, Brooks, Woodlhead and Clauscen. The minutes of the previous meeting and the outward correspondence were read and confirmed. 1. From Dr. MacInerney, Health officer stating tlmt every preeaution had been taken in the dliptheria case at 118 S Argyle-street. Received. 2. From the same, dated June 2nd an- nouncing that two deaths from diptheria had occurred in Fitzroy. -Received. :1. Fromi M1r. IV. reenilaw, Victoria Pl'a?lade eotllplaiing of the rcavenge over flowing the footpath near his premises and a.-king for a remniIy.-Received. 4. Frot 3lessrs. Sullivan, Geary, Abel, Hoyle and ti alake, Itrln ooiek-twtelit cim iog ootldetioin t? tihe tnlooollt IoIf f4 for loss to tihe Reilly-etreet dtrio. Thie grouotld of tilhe elaim in that tetlullrary crossings were not prnoidtl.-lreceivril. Request not en- tertained. 5....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

'Tho u lcrntle atntdhg of u o.rouolmty, nre, thu sotl'o of cotttioal-teIktlutlie to those w'ho boyv the, progruos of thu aos", at; heart, ald money nid timeo nlhnt nlthnitud hl, i been lpent it lltho efort to improvo. 111ll1l43l1 y. 'Phlluhl t nldr ..thurefore' n rhl) :esot pratlle o gou|ta ouuI, al*lh!rstnnding Irs 'cl ?ewho dtxcrv tllr.h vog?tltiom of, Ilia feollow me '.r .t. (trtliiti, oftf61 itith" itreet, ail! ho roclied 0o for .fahioOlllbo iill. tidecttnodiiii of every style niil quality, onl ,by H proe ' known only to ,hlmelf liO.eoal greu trhe uttoo[t stlefaatlon to either lillet, or ggentlemen.t It i to beIhtopl.,that his uliitty in a case ,whre tIo hos hId too Inly ,nuablo lprtucnssuors will ho a?iaihtil.: [A rA . .. OTRLS, o. TT N I' RiS AL'' IH T OTEL, U S: sttll ST. corlor orf RIos t., r e it 8 ts keo , keop t o Late LluetsenC of Gloucester I?otel, Illlde.st, B'ACCIIANTE 'F INS, 8 ITqRI. . CAMPBELL A C, S,63 1oELor.OURNS..II R. . ' .l~, lý UNI)loItTlAKEII, . FUNERAL FEA...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY JUNE 20TH (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., Messrs Marsden, Kidney, Levens, Barrett, and Peters Js.P.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

COt.IANittVOtD colltT'r. (lioforl Wr. Alth'L',11., alit Msrt. Mars. . ~deKidn, uy, .uvnj,.l nrt, ani ileter :A. J pl)l .. ... : • ""'. . ... . ... An ehlltiy onuui iiiiullt ,i fgyy oig ntns lhtultitlp onl Ifnwut uhnrgýi witl astnaling iifluor unit vaheid At 7is; fhii. Thl evidtene gntoiltl theu iritlnu.'n notlln!!livoe. Sh't inn titeinced to ueii ditys liiirtnlilllrlnet. n Rohurt Cliildoihlti hs ipireented for hInv ting iunlnlially itsmultttl ono 'Tllonons Oleo. Boui. After saniiu uvitdunOu Il btll given thid idefeinlut's solicitotr nekod for n romuleid to bninut Ilu' hl t tLoi ilt iiih t ?n,'lNl nI tiiiouwte fifr; the difeniie. l/iu her iic grutedtni rut ilirullm floloi uielmln( t oii. f . t r ' ti huigits t. Suti ln.i ,'rlt l u.p rtil?n , ,uron, l t tltor iillliunm, reilidng in Victorin "'nnrd. Thu asu;was '.vuryitrnuinpny olll, or?htntiig i n fowl tmiongllg wn t hu coIn. +pieltullt tresppltuiug uponlio tll defeimultt'a phtilse. rM, . Lyonis iappeared for ttin coni. pthnnit;tad rt...

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FROM POLE TO POLE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

?'FAN, 'i'duh TO 1'OLE B3 lIýIt 'Tt!iSY;.b.(Cootilnllc). Ito uborduiiyIldlbao h im Mt ox n4 the top viool of oonyoioooot, where we uguin got fu'un stni~ted to Fee the :w'mulcrre blh. l ilnhoo ruterIiipiniiilted nt tthe'aikht''ttoltt' iin 00 bwitol lteo f; forIw'o bood been, lull' to; ox. pootxooon uthiog; podhtd ýwd wroro''oto'ot "'nll' '1deo ithl thlo-djndy' dilnppldnt'clllccloiili R l~elling ww wo. Tllhlltg itself was ot'boo storoy hololinog with *-hot obghit 'hme' Ra~n nino'gtunlcna ninind it.'lrnt rR ·tllb'mi Olineroaoe, ofynbootly;, not oyotito "ooiooibtlb foot" Htowoover, 00 e00 nil thciouo 0to sec; A'ýIAI'6d"'tbl'tn e, Whleli l i68nhle~i t oorry'oooooto oii itts b o f eorool''tigotos of' Iwinld , nut el mll ,id udrl eloiuglnw" Clnb'loae l oh b';at outteroo' oI' tton Io ioopoood to ob· tlf"io !hnlld: and " dl { pktro giilleryi th w'bici hiltiul llooi i,'btblf Ie ha,/ Itmwvacr,.ly, a tinket; wehia.ls: only te bon nets ed'ot p nlicntell' to tile -preoer aqtharitias, Iaii H g thi...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

c~,; 1:l111,:1" IliTetll~ yi. +44;+, b,;.r, l T! ottj,:\~:~ I domestic deccat cititle tileo l DnlccPFlug" wac lra. dehdl' ot thioe Thecde Ho eel coi Sotecelna nlilht. Theo pIece was wo00 eelt, cemoencl, mad pust o tohu stuga. Mr. Alfred Illecpkcr "aid hiu elaughtor, cp)e1 Hlim ,aaiuu Adero `cclo tlhir eappe eece. T pel issot Ia odet acs followsu'tl \MIr., Owec ,ll yqlloui a rc'4oceeelm 4tdr, elc laihe ucejeFue of ho 16Ivs one and hatetlie othor,, ha is tita s6ir: ul iq uju wI od incrrih d'tlultelith llycdde Le fore Aire. Gtpredon erarried~·hiii: tad wh i unlla" 1'thul\ agqpabshd;'ne :td' ill otei;'hisoivn suu, eculled .le0c. 'lieu teen bolulbioldctlhec a lee iee eithl o riole heirseo, aoollmi Beend fotr elefe;lwhelellecr~o eenl:."'lleu ,Va ablee , huejef l~oecled 09 eeloecei,.qtl9 a~ Oleaeeeti Aoiooat, He lOlpell e'elii lotie idelHud Neeei for ;llaleefaorltusot' lohn; dedeA the 'cigeer hood omit of hialhoeae, held loldrels mlehtint jais, iotdila l cooheelt tOhati oflowlXe ceciWd li ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

Cojigho, 1 nl-a'I o'' oothiog' l trp tick of tlooo tootili htnIul' t u : wel "trodthy of int til t all tlolon of tih roo. piuitdory onfolOn . In tommas o o lo nldol Io. ilobuooo 11 I'ills, tttlt inktrutllly, ano, tlo' 'Ojittiui ittittlool tlrtn'uostt taul tiidat;: are~ okceddinglv dlluauibda., :\Vlcecl iafluudir id epdolo; ty 91trihttnuat I hlt 1iu uatiuet",' siotot, aolnd mrcot. llollotty's )'tlls 1 unify tho bload, runor4 all obstacles j trough.i the rcudoutiptr. o P ttdooul od otrtu; toolg the stroltgtb. irfifdtllPg.t!ib 'i1 rvpn, or du prdsning~this! splilta'; aiilg,;idr 'tho rcadS mills of scaping " (Ldr tl·\ m ` AAr Itoy, whlo rilllictell with1 colds Boughs, - b reachitin, a otlditauo;dblh ; l~lhptlintih h li 'Iulita 'hlldli of iu maY Inagl slj itilt~. maity o nrl n tm cd trud'[ I'" 1 " 11 'Ooo of the Iet dtaou thlr thve ove' olllotobsoookhir id, 1r o tletn:lo='Nothig. to, to odrendcd Ihro l'thao tho Iooiog. twhigoc of this tyrontofhlbiotoit It vo gdooewllyf1noodooood by cold'...

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FOOTBALL MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY, [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

.labOOTmALwOIu, AiIUU r 01ATIII104 II.MYA' .IOI'iATVlIDAI., ,,dlol rnlo r. Oeolong,. Muah Ilnteret t 'ins takenull ti llts il;' ialilt/ 10,000 per. lln beIngll presenllt en the ?albolnrln Crinket IronI lli to wltlnols It, Tihe ~llofuro tera mncllh in ilblia'flvi' o'ilig'td o tlfe'flno"' frm eshbii'i b'b "htobm. In! thei' mhteih" i gainst.. loleth'Molboi rno.i' 'Tlid lsetlngwra Iln favorl. nl of COelongl, 2 toi"l"leing'tlie, rnllnelgprldM lli ,whlch' i le, aOlllellelitlyl, Iieopilyhnmpped H ti ntu by tlh:'aieopprtorsrowi ',th lshi , .-Botll.) olui put tllei boi t tenn)s into th ilold, ind ,111h anll eoli a oiy ttoletl:meb iloulhl' hae)r ol' '10n'1 till o-ttteol bat/ht lll=l"?itlle i ut! ldlvividua- Sild play of tlil Hlds tilhe i?Oollnl wmr'I- enmbled .!it Ot Irolnringls iii?inlld"thein,!' 'Tliolplny'olr ion Aitken, lllfnrdl,Ml' Kdnei'lo iuld ftire, "for ilhl tihe lolllonrln, ros tll "tlleaone'o' nlinlra. '"?'? ttiol,":liut they were Inlsnrably utipporied lry:1 ti0 ethel1 iitlhr illi'...

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A SINGULAR CASE OF WIFE DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

1A SINe UlUhiXt X, ,'bIrWfPI, i ' s, tPj1) lt?to., . At tntlton Ifnllwy untirtual oa ll yrcusiooy, ,Alloy, PI?, wa iotd w beah of. Juatlese wore olngagool fUr a ooiiplderalo timoo o hearing , ctoos of wtifo oduonrtlus which, preacntd poreo ral fot tatosof issot omewhlt unhsalt ohartoto' 'l'hoeoomplhmsot,.ltilluo Dhl t.delloosaot thbt Inl th ycMr 187.1 sihu wo0M marrhiotto tthioe fcsllolt, tloli Iodlld, oiiultlhod swtlh It ao ill wlfo tolllltl olabot Ifito IoolthsL'rngo when ew Iolt ther nassgilng 8s 0 renon tint ho lnd ot e into ta seopo, plt thnat lhl cons. .leu Iduo lenat go.pi `couutry,io t, A,fow tnys alotu ,d lofdosltI ih?ltrl/itft s 0 i?lw t!I t ttellurono o hioanqipo;s sih' aootltort yolug Avoonno, onit 0i0 eucrual bsotosoqoest 0cca811s si0 tlos himwth th, uno seyoOgI wlg)00,.' tISh aoh klntw tllontio dfhu stedmIt l to si tio tin a with thallI.youo)Y f i nO?5t' u ,5lvuhis lwife togthor I hoe, llgottly roomotlneout utt 'folir o'clck'it to ie oorltlg.. 1Wto Isoo ioeotsed uto mo...

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LINES. (ORIGINAL). Dedicated to my respected friend, Robert Dusiop, Esq., Oxley. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

Dedictatat toil? roapectoed friewl, taoler Danlop,' E'oj., Ox Ly. Thero'e gar p ih t on'th',If'L .i In whtch'nrro isi glal j?oy a l'estr:cit . . u.Whoerli fral totahl llowere loat ,'., Whoeo leostitios eore 'cnt th tu twll;. The w ul goathirtoa roa , I Are toko eh by tbte elith fair, , Wllst wtaldstty, ur lth ioa Iog,l ? el' We find uatin thl 'violut ld..: " t... 'ho poplars rear their hends on high,- ..." Others--the willows-oiroop and sigh' The Inlarelu--nsliranut to faIle--. ? " .. Seek glory at the risk of sha e, tio. How gool are they whuon the i, Watl peorflmea sweot to Iree from oare, The plnta that through a'sllul fiusti,' Arue Iomied tolthoouou ond ldst. "' iiid to ti?'?d'ds so prowligat, ', Cast ithei malt lot' 'which aiseluras'hata, f01 piiiesi voiith Soubeami g u, . Urgol'to forshke threr'ltfutl way."' A tl tur fro weeds tooml l tic g better far Fronlhihoking lust hdoono a gardlctolt'r, , Ieeo ' tfroam, ihtlud " du I g'tt i'e WViaoinwao i 'le udaral noau tlh.to l ; i.., ...

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MR. ALLEY, P.M., &MR. KcKEAN, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

2nfR, AILLEfY, i',M., &Mt,Ko.IiEKAN, ,M',, A At tho Collli vod'ednort dii Tril~di na ao.ul a#.ilie pulice bu#.hle.? ?.?s diepose?[ el. .Mr. "~aIy, ·1PM.',vh isllla? Ill'thh'lchlrl Rald hew:ihbedn to make a felrrermarks iln refereaeo to the position he haId takci tip when hearill ol o i oJ whioir it o ars woo ia oharoid..nith ioittiig ojt i oriadar to rEoiolt aond w'oos foithei' charged with aoRsoltinglo woto'tihlo in tihe oxeentiao of hin dioty. Upwon thnt ooosiwa lr.lKea . c winor ar ipcanrted fIr thi olteofce, ncooteolado that tiw orroet of tlh r riost l wirlhat K wiriltod iilo d i nith' r tlotth urrt? toog illeogl tu Iisonwaoe': had it pr. feot right to roeist. l. Iwa. th at ioew lhi ih. Attiowaslley) l toe ar het aoownmmoi twhi ooa that ho od' ght, 'to rgiorfont "nMr. o ti sonue m ow no otoio 11 to t rwi ont0000000 trwiaotrotw ooi of " thcotearo'o reoror o ra thc llirtrlh to potole af'errioas itlorthd lneallao thf rirdst of tim le#. ChMOf I)ereUn~wlth widthI ti ll PICO r...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, JUNE 24th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

SATiUrDAY .IU?i"ih, lss., two tmfu'tioelU tihiiipll 4s6lbdatioIi with rofeioooo to thq. propposed nVL: lotters contaiild tflu uifo o thal tio Ministirlo of Pub1iC llr nit e ylg r0 i sCoo c ( t I ii , ai. andi Ifj other~l lst,, t??o eirp for tIl glitrict bel;solicitlt to "v'to. fo' g?l?hlasioti I? pitigig , tlhrough i?l;.' llouseg Th'Ilo nlcsity-for a reoiosiogwof tie progesegtf Locol e(.og onuognlt cl as do I colr lliJ l i e i't ahn sllhl uii « s t wh Minitry i itry i' SItoe rltloulis dioat ltd hto 1(0ii ti 'l't* 0X 'l'Ocl vI o l c0 ll i11dt0ilI'ly furtlhe'r prolongod Sl1oul t till. 11100n to ho tlei cnae, wo hlavo 11 I lIo 1l?oo 1 5 kn I II"l t it 0 01 it I llt (co til Ktvl tllid:l~ltrctical work in , of i tulinic l liodili , nll d tlho 1re SJfil'?,it'^l'Ih I nl pl 11i Swill neo wlou|ll)ii'e iv.Y, Jillli It hnlHtipl o AliOoliYt. tlio r' ll nil ttel'llr toi i ie llil S '\ltli.llt h npbt we Tbf 'nitil'nci'tjic ll JRd l'llI, ip^ lv l l'l1" l 1 gli jl 1.lll J1; Il. ovnl of tlhluo ,will...

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FOOTBALL. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

FOOTBALL:' SATCiE ?ES 'LAYEID LgT SATURDAY.. Melbourne v. Geelong. Much interest was taken in this match, about 10,000 per sons being present on the Melbourne Cricket Ground to witness it. The Melbourne were much in public favor owing to the fine form shosn by them in their match agahmt Soouth Melbourne. The betting was in favor of Geelong, o to 1 being the ruling price which was, consquently, eagerly slllpe t clubs put their best teams into the field and an evenly contested ie should have been tie outomte, but through tle individual play of thoe Reds the Geelong were enabledl ta "rn rings round them." The play of Aitken, Rannart, MoIKensie and titfte, for the Melbourne, was the ''theme of admira tion," bhut they were miserably supported by tile other mnemlers of the team, so that their exertions oln behalf of ttheir club, reultedl in nil. The Geelong played a very different game to that of their opponents, ttecy worked together like a piece of nachinery. As the outon me of the game...

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THURSDAY, JUNE 22ND. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Showers, and McLean, Js.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

S TnItLrsox.L-JlE E\Ii. (Boeoro the idlnvor, nod1 llcro SlIowur, and. 3'Lenu, ls.L.) ISrLTIlSN IIEILLIO1IIr. Caroline Black waa charged witl insuliltig b?lhaiour in a public place. r The evidence of Coustiable Weatcott was conclusive, The prisoner wais fined 'Os. with the alternative of riven days inoarcenrtion. . An' elderly woman named Mary Jane Wil liams, was charged wtih having no lawful visible min-s of support. The prisoner an. sur?i their worships that she would try aml gain mat honest living, and on that. condition slie as discharged. - " - a , ALLFra..D LireWl S'. A gcntlcuinily lookhipg ci?in nnmd Fred, I rick Darbyash-ireir broukhtnahn remand from the Williamstown Court chargedl with with stealing a theatrical wardrobe, the pro perty of one E. Rivers, and valued at £50. J1r. Lyons appered to prosecite;?and MIr. Gillott appeared for thedefenee.. : Mr. Lyons applied for a r,mand, as he was not prepared to go on with thle 'ce:' He iiad~lobnly re ceived intimation of the pris...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 20TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden, Kidney, Levens, Barnett, and Peters J's.P.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

COLLINGWOOD COURT. , 'Csl Avbr .IrsrE _OTI (Before'Mr.' Alle-, .31. nod Ldsrsm 3r den, Kidnley vens, ens, Barnett, and Peters An elderly woman nanme Mary Long was brought up on renand chargel with stealing a door mat valued at 7s. W6. 'Thenevidenge nbminrt the prisoner was conclusive. She 'was sentenced to sev'ei' days inmprisonment. .s.aI'.LT CASI$. Itolert Childerhim was Iliresantel for la-. ing anlnwfully asnaultled one Thomis Glee son. After solme evidence had Ikeen given the defendant's solicitor e asked for a remand to, enale his k lient't6 sobpkoenra itnieos for thul defencc. Thu bench granted a re mand for ecvil days. ' Douglass v. Schuler. The parties were next door ncighboltr, residing in Victoria' l'arade The "ase was a very trunimpery one, originting in a fowl belongito to the cofn plhant, trrespassing, upos tihe dcfendant'-n premises. 3lr o Lyos appearedl for the com plaiant., naul M.r.. Daly for the defence. After thie ease lid csipiil the attention of thle benchl for ...

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MR. ALLEY, P.M., & MR. KcKEAN, M.P, [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

MR. ALLEY, P.M., &?IR. K:KEAN, .M', At the Collingwoool court on Tuesday, as soon s tile police business was disposed of, Mr. Alley. P.M., who was in the othair said. he ihlooI to make oa fewo remarkst ill reference to the position he had taken up when hearing a case in which a person was elmrgeot with inciting a prisoner to resist and was further charged with .ssaulting a constable in the execution of his duty. Upon that occasion Mr. cKean,. rwho appeared for the dlefnce, cootendlvl that the arrest of the prisoner without a warrant was illegal and that the arrest being illegal the prisoner had a per feet right to resist. From that vieow he (Mr. Alley) dissented, and he now maitn totintl that he was right. lie regardedo Mr. MoKean's remarks as canleuolatol to prodloce t n elrloas impr?,lont upon the olitnla of the class of persons with which the police most frequently came into conflict, and he woull prove that he was right for almost iomeodlately after persons o whoot a con...

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LINES. (ORIGINAL). Dedicated to my respected friend, Robert Dunlop, Esq., Oxley. LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

LINES. (OURII.AL). Ielicated to my respectel friend, Robert Dunlop, Esq., Oxley. LIFE. There is a gaden vast-'tis Life, In which are mingledl joy anol strafe; Wherein frail mortal flowers bloom. Whose destinies are cienth the tomob. 'lce witc llt godl with virtu'te? rare, Ard tokeied by the lilies fair, Whilst modesty, with drooping hIeal, We find but it the violet obel. The poplars rear their heads on high, Others-the willows-lroop anod sigh ; Tihe liurels-aspirants to fame Seek glory at the risk of shame. How gool are they who on the alir Waft perfnnes sweet to free from care, Tihe plants that through a sinfucl frost, Are njuredl to the core anud lost. ?nl. to the weels io profligate, Cost their s8aol lot, which sicters hate, Of piousness with stnbeacs gaLy, Urgel to forlake their sinful nway. And turn from weeds to something better far Froml choking lust becomle a gardcen star, Ad 'midslat Our Father's floral suhjects pure Become, from mnildew, somnething to endure. Wisdom and le...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

.OitmnLlt ,Wae os r P hl chest nOL'rd tMeT. Ce.oagh, Ioflen.tt .!'he oot~hiong proper worthy of a trial int all *hecias of the rss pirntory organs. InO common eold and in tflenza the Pills, taken internally, and the Ointment rubbed over the chest and throat, .are exeeedingltlieaflf ious... hen inflamens is. epidemic;.this treatmmo. is the easiest, anfest, and surest. Holloway's Pills purify the blood, remove all oltaciles througl tho. lunOge, rlieve the ov6erguaged air tsilms, 4ud reer resiration free, without 'ridluheig the strength, iiritatifig th 'lierves, or de prssing' the spirits; snch are the ready means of ecaping, fisom sufferin awhen afftiete?l with colds, eroehso, broncltis, and btlerchest complaint. by whmieh the hialtnL of so many is seriouasly'nnd permamenetly in jered in mos et co utiir ,.iDt'[As vr] ,T , One of the greatest scoulgcsthat lotve verr nllictel mankind, is rheumatism. Nothing is tO be dreadel more than the ,uniung twinges of this tyrant of hmnanoity. It i...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SINGULAR CASE OF WIFE DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 24 June 1882

A SINGULAR-CASE OF-WIFE DESERTION. At the Fitzroy Court onh Monday,' Mr. Ailey, 1'.M. anl a bench of jtstiec? were engaged for a considerable time in hearing a cas of wifedesertion; which presented sevc. ral featured of 'a somiewhat inusual character. The complainant, Ellen Dodd, deposed that in the ;eao1874 she was married to the do. fendant, John Dodd, and liv&l with him as Iis. wifo until about fifteen months ago, when he left her,'assigning as a reason that lie had got into a scrape, and that in conse quence he must go up country. A A few days after defendant had left, s saw him in Melbourne in company stith' another young woman, anh on seveiral stilmaeluent ocenaions saw,ehin with the same young woman. Ste also knre that threIl efofinn livra ito twot laces with that young wonat as his wife. thnbuwitneos and tihe defnidt wioe lviinv together, he freouently remaimed out unt i four o'eloek in the ionruitng. Witnsa had received no mooey front her Ihnslbntd for several weeks...

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