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THE MUSHROOM. (NATIONAL FOOD AND FUEL REFORMER.) (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

THE MUDSHRaOOM (NATIONAt, OOD, ANiD' iL WOf .1MnR.) (cosT11iuis.)' Among the more remarkable eseu lents of this":class may 'boAmentioned the" beefstteak fungus." .t is very juicy andý'ýý;ljýtm& 'lt5 uedtious,"r~t8Y nbt~r beef In appearance. A botanist 'ouind lately one of five feet in circumference and weighing'exactly 'eight pounrids, and another was found nearly twenty feet in circumference and weighing thirty poundsi This spsiiio$ fs partid *]?4'If ,found hi Germany, : where it 'is,1bioeo and eaton with salad, and is highly esteemed as a nutritious food. Aiothpr species, 0lotdnlcally/known; as Zilycoperdon giggntent4 , when, young Isa of a cream-hle consistence, :and 'is ,an dXcellenit, dditioh' to 'the breakfast marnu.,. A sluglp.one.is.large 'enough to feed ton' or "twole 'po'rions, ,and some members of the, species are a good substiitiiffor truflles; A specimen lately found weighed teaii' pounds and ;was three feet four inch'es in oiloum foernco. It may be worthy a pas...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FITZROY—THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

FITZROY-TmrtunsDA, Ocronen 13. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., IMahoney (Mayor), M&cLean, Marsden, Hackett, and Woodhead. George Ransom and George dmoss were charged with assaulting a Chinaman named Ah Tam, The evidence of the prosecutor and two other witnesses showed clearly that a most wanton, cowardly, and unprovoked assault 'had bodn committed, and Mr. Siovewright, who appeared for Ransom, assured the bench that if he had known the nature of the evidence to be given he would have declined to have any thing to do with the case. The prisoners were sent to gaol for twelve months, with hard labor. : John' Brown, a sinister.loolcing old negro, who Is well known to the police, pleaded guilty to stealing a boanoh, value .C2 10s., froni the residence' of Mr. John Stacl;, head.teaehor of the Clifton IHill State school. The prisoner also pleaded guilty to 'stealing four nightgowns, two bed shoots, and some other articles, the property of - Mrs. Stapleton. Prisoner was son tenced t...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

.COLLINGWOOD, TUEsDAr, OcTon?n 12. Before Messrs. s ' Templeton, ,P.M., Walker,'M?irdden,andd Kidney. . . ? Nicholas Weekes, who was remanded on Friday, was brought up, charged with cruelly illtreating a horse, and there was a second charge against him for disobeying a stunmmons of the court. Fined 80s.; or oneoweekin gaol.;. Beojamin' ustin, drunk `aid' disorderly, was fined 1Os., or forty-eight hours. Smith v. Wade.-This was' an application to have the defendant bound over to keep the peace:. The complainant had filled the position of housekeoper.to the defendant for' six or seven years, but left hinimabbui two months ago. It was incidentally stated .that .complainant .was none other than Madame Raslynne, who, for a con. sultation, rfee,., professes to ;''reveal the past,' present, and future." The 'bench made an order that defendant should find two jeuroties ip ' £25 eachethat'he would keep the peaco for thro'e months. Bowman v. Purlong.-This was an inter pleader summons, arising...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

CRICKET. . The'match for tlieposmessioobf the Col. ingwood Cup was commenced on Saturday, tweoen't l-?arra Yarra and Collingwood; d, 'alt~hough~ thweather was uinfavorble, na number f ,spectators asseinled on the ground. The toss was 'won by the yarra, who decided to send, in' their op ponents first. :: Accordingly Hood and Coulson were sent in to face the bowling of lowe and Cody. The YarrYararra were in high hopes of disposing of their opponents for a small score, but by steady play the Collingwood • succeeded, in running up a score of 105, the last wicket falling five minutes before time was called. The highest scores were Coulson, 26; Leonard, 17; Badcock, 16; and Ward, 10. The bowling of Cody and Swift, and the fielding of Rowe, Churcher, and Mills, deserve praise. The match will be con tinued to-day. Mr. Kinsella also deserves a word for the excellent manner in which he kept the crowd from encroaching onwthe turf. .. . The. match between' tliohe Capulets and Star. of 'Richmond...

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PREVENTION OF SCARLET FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

PREVENTION OF SCARLET FEVER. A Mr. William Thomson, writing to the Argus, of Friday, October 8th, in 'roforerice to the prevalence of soarlot fover;'says:-' ' " Whethor the rules promulgated by the Contral' Board of Health for' preventing scarlet fever beo..a corollary.., from the doctrine of contagion, or from belief in drain origin, or be a plan'.to cover,both issues, will be hard to infer;, but the drains get most attention, not a word,being said about personal pleanliness ,of,, palout or nurse. ... If tl'o fevoir he so catching as to need eight 'weeks' isolation, why not :direct 'efforts to arrest contagion at its source ? To swab drains and fill the air with fumes of sulphur, as nurse Euryclea did in very olden days, may check a drain poison or a volatile' miasm. But if the scales shed from the fevered skin really hold the vital germ, it would be a.more soientifically directed practice to arrest them. If drains have no more to do with the cause of the fever than pebbles on. the...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, OCTOBER 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

POLICE. 1ITPZROY-MoNDAY, OcToniu~ 11T. 1Boforo Moesrs. Mahoney (Mayor), IRidnoy, Marsden, and Woodhond. Miohael Thornton, drunk and disorderly, was fined 5s. A lad notued Jamoe Iityea was charged with stealing gold front the shop of Mr. tioh, of Brunsvicok street. Tho police asked for a rolmand, which was granted. Margaret Wattors and Mary Jaspor wore charged with disorderly conduct in a public plaoe. They woro both committed to gaol for threo montls, James Sandilands was charged with an assault of an aggravated nature. Fined 40s., or fourteen days in gaol. Samuel W. Booth, a man of color, was charged with a common assault, and there was a second chargo against him for wilfnl damage to property to the value of 7s. Od. Thu bench fined the defendant 20s. for the assault, and on the oocond charg ho ho wa fined 10s., and ordered to pay 7s. Od. damnages, with tho altornativo of forty pight hours in ach oease, Patrick Maheron, landlord of the Com mercial hotel, High street, Northcote, was...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDTIOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. We do tiot niessarlly endorse the opinions of our correspondents. TO TIE IDTIrdl OS Tn?E itEROURT. Sitn--At the present time there is a very great deal of useless talk and conjecture about thletvarious causes of the prevalence of -fevr, and. tll sorts of. remedies are suggested for the'safety of the inhabitants' health; but has it nevero occurred to thoso who set.themselves up as judges, of such matters that' a 'very great deal'of''tho'un healthiness arises from the new-fangled articles that have taken the place of the old cesspits. I refer to the pans now in use an closets, how they can be healthy has always been a source of wonder to me, ex posed as, they nearly allare to the atmos phoero;. their noxious gasses are bound to arise, and mingling.with the very air nas it enters our back doors' quietly and effect ually poisons the occupants of our over. crowded towns. I would suggest that the authorities should take this matter into considoFationn and am confident' tha...

Publication Title: Mercury
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SATURDAY, OCT. 16, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

SSATURDAY, OCT. 16, 1875.' IT is feared that the. Hon. GEORGE THIGiNBOdTHADrs is pursuing a course hich cian only result in political suicide. Thoescene that took place in the. House of Assembly on Tuesday evening last was not one calculated to raise the heon. member for East Bourko Boroughs in the estimation of the people of this colony. Perhaps no member of the Legislature has possessed or. com manded such an amount of inflience in guiding public opinion in the settle ment of the various questions which have agitated the mind of the com munity during the past few years. And if that influence had been wisely used, the good which would have been achieved, and the . credit to himself would have been incalculable. But, unfortunately,. the hon. member has boen possessed with certain foolish and impracticable ideas, • and is persistently pursuing these ideas to their bitter end. The heon. member may rest fully assured that, although the people of Victoria have listonnd in past years wit...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, " Labor Omnia Vincit. TO OOBEESPONDENTS. Rejected communications cannot be returned unider any circumstances whhatever. No notice can be taken of anonymous' conm munications.; Every letter must be accom panied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. To avoid ineonvenience and delay to persons . interested twe have to request that all business communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GIrIFYITH & SpavEN; and not to the E?DITOI. ADVERTIBSEMENTS, in all cases, to be prepaid. Letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns should be addressed to the Editor.

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

LOCAL, NEWS. During the weekl not feweor than nine distinct cases of 'scarlet fever: have been registered in Fitzroy.' There were no cases of any 'public interest at the Heidelberg Court on Monday. Cases of scarlet fever are reported at Northcoto and' Alphington, and it is said a case has occurred at lHeidelberg. We are informed by a country gentleman that the wet weather last Sunday has had a beneficial effoct upon the crops. Mr. Crisp, post-maeter at Ivanhoe, and formerly a resident of Collin?wood, is the successful tenderer for. collecting 'the rates and dog-tax in the Shire of Heidelberg. A large monster hmeeting was held on Thursday:evening in the interests of the Graham Berry ministry. . Resolution con demnatory of the: action of the; Acting. Governor was carried. . It , would appear, from the telegraph news per the mail steamer Pera that pre parations are being made for the proba bilities of another European war.' Material on a very large scale is being ,prepared at Birmingha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

8 buio aompanies. COMMERCIAL BANKI OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. COLLINGWOOD BRANCH. The business of this branch is now con , dpcted in the new premises, 246 & 248, SMITH STREET. General Banking Business transacted in all its branches. Interest allowed on Deposits at the follow in rates: TTHBEE MONTHS .. . 3 per cent Six MoNwrS: ... .. 4 ), TwzLvs MoNTHs ... .5 ,, EDWIN TOWLE, Manager. C(OLLINGWOOD POUDRETTE (Guano C and AMMONIA COMPANY (Limited Registered. Capital, Nominala.7000. In 7000 shares of One pound. Paymente 2s. 6d. on application, 5s. on allotment, and liable to calls of. 2s. 6d. per month as may be required. Prospectuses, testimonials, and rules may no had at the office, over No. 1 Collins street east. This company is formed to carry out in the above district the patented process of Messrs. Hesse and Rummel, for disposing of 'aid utilising animal excreta, as night. soil, &o., for the.towns of Collingwood and Fitzroy, under a contract with the local councils and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

SThe Truth. TF youwant rst-clas Boots and 'Shoes 1 you will find them at T. PET ERS, 74 SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD, From 10 to 15 per cent. below Melbourne Prices for similar goods. Mr. MICHAEL KIDSTON, SOLIGITOR, CONVEYANGER, dG., No. 7 COLLINS ST. EAST, Opposite National Bank, Residencei 58 Napier st., Fitzroy. Near corner of Gertrude St. s GEORGE ST. STATE SCHOOL, No. 282, Fitzrey, was reopened as usual on April 5th. A Free Night School held on 2Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, at 7 p.m. " J. HORSPALL, Head Teacher. 'MARRIED IN BLACK." And other Poems, by NEwToNr GooDRICu, handsome half-morocco, 12s. 6d., George Robertson, Melbourne; and all booksellers. jTUST PUBLISHED. Cato Major; or Do Seneotute, with 800 notes and ,references to Dr. Smith's Smaller Latin Grammar. Also, same literally translated from the original, by Anwyll Watson (of Melbourne 'University) Fitzroy Private Academy, Moor Street. JUST PUBLISHED, ROBERTS' MANUAL OF FASHIONABLE DANCING AND VADE MECUM FOR TLE BAI...

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HEIDELBERG, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

LHEID1 UBI3EItG, W1EDNwsuAY, Ocrr. l3ru. 'I'ho monthly!mooting wns hold on aboro date. Prosonf-'l'ho Prosident, and Crs. Smith,. Bond, Fanning, Duncan, Plors, Donaldson, and lironnan. The minutes of last ordinary mooting, and of an adjourned nimooting, heold on the 4ith inst., wore road and confrmeod, CORLRESPOND)ENCE. From Central Bloard of Health, im pressing pon the Counioll thile necesslty of steps being taken to abato nuisances, rom Central loard of Heoalth, in timatingl that canon of scarlot fover had brokon out in several parts of the colony. and onclosing directions as to what ought. to ho done whenever a case of the disoeasc makoes Its appearance. From Messrs. Porry Ilrothorm, nmskifg ronowemd pornmission to doeposit night.soll on their land, at Il'llhmmm (Irang . Frotm AIr. ''. C. Ki?ng, of Alphlugtomm, miukiing rumuowed puoruinlslon to 1'osl.i night.euil ovu hi laud, at St. Johu'd Wood. From Mr. Archibald Thompson, of Col lingwood, expressing a hope-" That your most honou...

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COUNCILS. FITZROY, OCTOBER 15TH, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

COUNCILS. FITZROY, OCTOBER ISTrr, 1875. There wore present at the ordinary fortnightly meeooting of the above Council --His Worship the Mayor (Cr. Mahoney) Crs. Ewing, Rowe, Evans, Showers \Voodhead, Tucker, Lyons, and Hackett. CORRESPONDENCrI Mr. J. Scholtz asked for some metal to be put on a right-of-way at the roar of his property in Argyle street north. Referred to Public Works Committee. Mr. Duncan asked permission to con struct a crossing into his property in Nicholson street. Referred to Public Works Committee. The Fitzroy Philharmonic Society asked for use of the Town HIall for rehearsals for their coming concert. Ileforrod to Mayor and 'Town Clerk. A communication from a' number of ratopayers was received, recommending the carrying out of the suggestions con tained in Mr. C. Wild's letter, read at last Council meeting, stating that they thought if those recommendations were carried out they would confer a benefit on the rising generation, at the same time assisting, to liqu...

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THE LABOR MARKET. (FAMILY HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

THE LABOR MARKET. (runraLY HnALD.) Ir there be any man who is worthy of honor, it is the honest and contented workman, whether of hand or of brain. And as a general rule, "in this strangely woll.made world," as Canon Kingsley called it, he gets honor. There can be but little doubt that, in Great Britain at least, the working-.man is the potentially and the actually rich man, counting him and his children as one. It is not alone the Arkwrights, the Peels, the Gladstones, and'the Brasseys who may be pointed out. These are simply the notable persons. But, taking them as the officers of the rank and file, their parallels can be found all over the country. Our territorial aristocracy are but few; three-fourths of the Peerage dates from the time of George III., the grandfather of her present Majesty; numerous estates have passed into the hands of those to whom Carlyle gave the happy title of Captains of Industry. It follows, then, that, in discussing the state of the labor market, and of ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

MISCELLANEOUS. AUSTRALIAN COINAGE.-At the end of the year 1874. there had been issued from the Sydney branch of the Royal Mint since the !opening of the branch in May, 1855, as many as 33,923,500 sovereigns, and 3,807,000 half-sovereigns, the total value amounting to £35,857,000; and from the Melbourne branch since its opening' in June, 1872, 2,873,000 sovereigns, and 105,000 half-sovereigns, together of the value of £2,955,500, The gold coins issued by the branch mints are now of the same design as those struck 'at the mint in London.' There lately happened a rather singular 'scene at our depot, says a Transatlantic contemporary. A lady was going by when a gentleman stopped out and said to her, "Hlow'd do?" extending his hand, and smiling cheerfully. "I bog pardon," said she, looking hard at him--"you have the advantage of me." "Why, don't you know moe?" he asked, amazed. "I can't remem bar you," she said. "Why, I used to be your husband-John Augustus Henderson --you know." She rem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

GENERAL NOTICE. THE Mercury is published eve at Morning. Persons wishing lt v e paper regularly delivered at their pace of business or residence will be charged Le. per quarter, payable in advance; by post 1i. 6d. per quarter. , The quarter commences'on the flit Biat urday In the months of December, March, June, and September. The Editor will be obliged for inform a,~o-nQe... 5p0ially.. kelating..to.. local. matters. ? s nes?"ar , per quarter, from 6s. Od. Official and Election Adv4iseipntls,, each iisertion, per minch ... 2s. d. Want places, Servants, Hoes an Land r ?acsb ri, tolet, icle ,to ebiis,`ý n Fri' , Notices of "Bir,, 4)athes gm To& Aanv'nishns.:-Nodice'1 o hd iw etcriuaen sattei mut' 7b'eg ian fit'ii if·iil4"' T the following agents':--Subscription ls. G",;CAnSmnL. ..: 167 Smitih street.?' ' Mrs. WOODCRUTr.. 96 Brunswick street. DumrN,;OCsa, Arcade, Smith stredt. AND COLLNS. Mr. PHnILPOsT ... Johnston street. Mr. Q'aEEn .,r jeideLberg road , Mr. f*[' ,6-z j t jZps...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

, '9 '.. , .. CRICKET! CRICKET! d' I kK' ! .I,1L .i ,IBRl' 33M R JL UW '1 "I,,,, l I W , I WnotAEALE A~ D n?iET ;' I:':I TOY &' AN(Y RE1OSiTORY; ,'218 Smith at. Collingwdo'" F criclkibt bhts; ttiit bs, ills, to , dollUs, work.boxes;:i, writingdeosks,, : condbrtiriiik,! ldiea'.: '.brag,;,'lcom aniO1ns, gentlem~et's lot tlhe, liana tlraagg ý., l pr, tgtioneF7, p ,rýh'.cr , 'brushnuw o . i pey.or ho otr eve desctiptibn.' 1 AlLl kinf ol made to order. Berlin wool 4d.4pe do eti. I, 8torekeagprge arI/hawkpers Buppliedlt " TILy T '% Op., 11 11i' ,(Ldate oflOltljiCooeI)l I{ 1n1(l" ' ,'.' I'' .ti lt rv Idrw ,r i1:r /t: Ii I';l' 1 ,1943 '1 ' 9i't " ,t ';19 * 1ri l 9 'u V l , 9I3s d1 "ni t"~i ,d 1 ill*t Buea&e pesfieloopweyrrlfew f inuteeS I 9.ir O 11,a.'*1iSr S ' 19e 9 - t, I ,t , ? J'l ,1 91 .I 198 & o20o Y?a?ots., Fi Tql,,, i (Of .Toh nston, street). II., L. is.pro e, to condh? t: funerals ii"i ton acountryat the lowest pposnb ,rtA s Btosuitvello ifee. Xeaoý[pr4F 4fo...

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FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

FRANK LAYTON. .- Ka5esal sTOBo.)" r'j G. E. SAEGEANT. ' .eX "S.zi.is sIoII.") It was, towvards,;' evening that our travellersk wero traversing the :,ocky glen. A long day of arduous exzl'cise had disposed both horses and riders fort a rent; ;and a favourablo i spot for a biv'oiuac was' soon fouid' close by a clamp- of .she-oak. • A short time sufficed for making the needful pre parations, each traveller unsaddling and-hobbling-his own horse, which was then turned off to graze. Abundance of dry wood was easily collected for a fire; while .thoeblack.had started off in search of *dterr `hiclh h6'1b-'od at no griea i dittldo .from i the: spot.'? Sooi it ,.:was bubbling: over the blazing brands, while .knives and teeth were busily emhpl6yed? on 'cold beef and damper. ey like te present the diliintitonf bet. cnc o afidet v 'm? servant is more slightly maintained than at the'stiiloh; iatd, when. supper was over, 'the two stock-owners with the stockman sat cosily around their bright. fire, ...

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VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY5 The quarterly mneeting of 'the committee of this society was hold on' Tuesday, at the Old England,. Hotel, Hleidelborg ; ,Mr. Job Smith, vice-president of the society, in the chair.-The following' members woere presenti Messrs. G. Plant, C. Dunstun, J. Jeffrey, Jas. Bond, Jase: Donaldson, John Laidlay, T. Muchan, J. Duncan, S. Cole, J. Cryhton, J; Plant, IIarmer. E. H. Cameron, John Bell, and T. J. Adanis. The Secretary reported that he had addressed a communication to Mr. Wallis, , Secretary for Agriculture, asking him,to state upon what grounds :he- (Mr. WVallis) had publicly stated, thpt "the Victoria Agricultural Society, like, all the older societies, is growing of less importance every year." The Secretary ' read' Mr. WVallis's 'reply, giving two reasons for making the statement complained of-lst.' Thb fact that many residents of the older districts have migrated to the fertile lands in, the northern and north-western districts' of the colony; 'a...

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