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ST. BRIGID'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

ST. 1f1i f 11'. CO- CEco IR'. 'The 'erforllualce of tie secollll annlal anLteret anld entertlillnment in elconnection with St. Blrigid's Sehlool ill aid of tie prize fulds was gone through in a very ;atisfac tory Iianlllle, Inhll iO rerltrds tile teachei r anl tlhoe tuglht, on l \ hdiyse-rc ning Inst, at the echli-oolllr on, tiech l}l-StlCtret. There was a g'il atteldatce. soeC sleven hundrel persons being lpresent. 'The eOll cert etc.. was repeated st o as to enable those lpefsots who hehl tickets and were unable to obtain admlision on the last per formance the oi)lprtun ityv of doing so this tihe. fThe plrograui; n e which was rather a long one was t o tir glh to the entire demanded the repetition of some parts of tilhe performance which wjl complied with, al thoegh in some instances tile repetition severely tried the calfabilitic and strength of the youthful performers. 1lhen all lid their lfat it would harlally fe fair to par ticulnrise but a special word of praise is due to ntl...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 4TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Mr. William Kidney, J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

COLLINX VOOUD COURT. Tat.jatY, .IcrN: 4TH. (Iefore Mr. Alley, L.M., and MIr. William Kidney. .I.P.) For tile anlmt u olflee Patrirck lnns was tine.) Is. Lha id lu?taeal was charged with inunlting tluhavior illn a ublic place. The evidence of thie police twent to abow that at half-ipact oclock on Sunldav afternoon tile prisoner a::d .another Ial-rikin a were miscolnducting lthenalaIaa. ill .lolnlatonnstraet. and thatupon a cna.tatal r -ona-trantina with th tlhla "tla picked up pieces of load metal and sain, "Let us go for the I-- II- ." The cnar?talel a thlll madCe a rn llnain arrantcel the p nisoler. but the other larrikin made his escape. The prisoner's mother gave him a rver ..I character, amn said he was a r?iatantlc aa:ld ulnalinat hay.'- Te police said that nothing wax known of the prisoner. The police magistrate said that suhl offences must le put down. Fined 40s., with the :alterlntive of I-I dlays. I(, I ISI" G x l I'O(IIC I The ratne prisoner was charged with re miting the ...

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THE STAGE. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

TILE STAGlE. TIIF.ATRtE !mOYAL. "Patience, or Ilhthorne's Bride" is the title of the new production whicl has been brought out at the Theatre Royal, but as our reporter has not been able to witness it we cannot, asis our custom give any details about it. In our nest issue we hope we will be in a position to give a full report. the saltue progranlne is announced for this evening. II.nOU THIFATRE. " The Mariner's Compass. or a Seamen's dity," was agiveu at theabove theatre during the rer!i-r part of the week. The play is spleudidly mounted and well and elleectively carried out, lut has not been favoured with the patronage it so well merited. It is a play that should have had a long and pros perous nul. Wednesday evening heing the farewell esnlefit of Mr. I. P. Carey, "Rob Roy" was given. MIr. B. B W. Lewis announees that the Bijou Theatre will be closel until further notice, for altera tions and decorations previous to Mr. Mar shall's fortheoming season. Archllald Fores, the sear eorr...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

ORKIINAL CORRKESONDENCE. ¢l TEI EIinTOn OF TIIM FITROY CIT" rltos. Smt,-In regard to some remarks that have appeared from time to time in the columnls of your papelr, a iluober of your readers are evidently Inalbouring uider an error in regard to the proposed street tramways, they are tndlr tlhe impreaeion that tile plroposcd tram s?tr will stop anywhere whlle hailed, and will travel at an ilcreased rateof speed. In the tirst instance it would not aeswer, nor could the trat cars be pulled up in a; short distance. In the latter instance the carp, if they are stopped anywhere along their route, ?rryilng as they will a much larger nUlit?or of pasngeres than tlhe olinary '?te will have in proportion to its carrying capa bilities, so mItany extra stoppages for the pur pose of taking up and ttingil down pasen gers so that the journey woult I t much more likely to be prolonged than lihortencd. I for one do niot thillk thllt thetrln atcl ? are re. teires, as the e'.ho r oreC is very well, c...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

To HIF. EDIrr'o mlr T"HE FITZRlIOY CIT' P'RE-.. Sn:,-lWolld yon kindlyalloro me tlroll?g? yo0ur coltumoo to oill the attootionh of t!i: proper oauthoritioes the fact, thait althou olh I they have kindly and uooivcl tlly taket? into cosidherotioo the dosionhility of nlutallilg the rioaolwav ituated lttweco tillllhsuoli and Nieho-I?aitrevel, o0 the Fiterov ,hi. yelept Alexadllnr Paelll , tanl Ihavo la;l.ly given instlrctioos to start the job, I would respeetfully osk theno throlgll yout to ngiv *ot, to t,.ilph.te it. A fe londas of onetral :.t i., f. .?, ýis at i, i o ah n oostdti qli o r.ioui, S- a. lad would he a deciled ilm I 1 t LtLt alItnd woitlw d gI a laog way tewarld Iaikio,; .F. cld tfinrm jo. Tihaliolg thell for Iwhat they have already done, anld iil fer vent h?ieftlness that considerinog thle great traffic they will see their way clear to com plotc the job, I lg to rmoa l, Respectfully yours, A RATEPAYER.

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NOONDAY MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

S NOONDAY MIUSINGS.. . l" JvwoSu. . Preparttion aIre being made; I oiotdo, for Ileo fotoortheonng Ilo municipj contest, aid a'mullitolu of candidntes 'are spoken of. How mano y will liguro to tile auomtm tlioo list, It would be hard to say. .I know at dozen at least who consider. that throe are hoo 'better qotlifed for the posi-. t?in than. their owi: todivtdual solves h'but th, you see, the dillfficulty is to persuade other people into the shine opinion, and as throe is oly room for tlrboo, smo of these. oit be ompolldol to hide thoBr light oolderl. bushel for o little while lolfer. There will Iw h Lhod o pIortonty Lthough for noollood, as two of tlie retiriog.'couno6111dr, are olbout atntloed witht thoe 'loro to', t reaped. at the Cootooll" board. I woudb "reallyAlike. toseu two young, 'ooergoutc, t elioent. minei setlt i to reploce'-toteolt 'o 0e*,ant iedleln ideas otd a brislk buinelss lnke style, in ourotylo lifo. In most' monoipll tbodoie.. Sthere l too much of the "old fogoy"...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

OiU °; T.' Q R L,'TRLr. ' ,i' TR[' " MONA'S CURSE. !:B,.: ."CiTllman' VIII' (Conthlend)e 'lili, "Iti ii folso !" we tht s'ohosinett retortt "Your glhastl' looks htlo ,our oi'tla' There is eoinEtling hliedolnfroont oithat'Ed. munlt thinks uvoner to let lho k 1iW d DlitI will oi' be so dlnertel. , Wooal, you h1hl my brothor's, aeerlt i yoIu khophog,"' shoe slhiel, huuphtily. "NaUtO your lioe for it. I nll rilh ; you will not frighptn ome, lot' you be eivor islextortlotnat, " "Maldai," sati Rachl, gazing at lier In evld uild t adnih'aitt,.I " I would freely do any. thing to asrvu onln so lovely, without askinl reanl luhat i hav nlought to toll. Sir Ed: annlul certainl "aihald our 'holls yestoer n,0orl Iut lie atnopldy uiqulred of ioo oncnn. ilg ln olhl servatt of lly Loiy. Desllolll's; olt who died o lunllg since, that shel ia well. ntigh forgoittn." ..... . . "Why shoul ho Itravel to Llyiivnwrt to do thin!"' Miulo cdnluinld iapldldoual¥y " What anle old servalio to hlnt, tlit to' shou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

REDUCED` PRICES !!! -WRiOLESALE CLOTHING COY., REMIdER TAILORS 'OF. AUSTIRALIA. ' GEELONG TWEED :TROJJUSER S REDUCED TO 10s. 6D., FORMER PRICE?,' 12a?; ?, d . %WILLIAMsSTOWN, TWEkED TROUSERS, TO ORDER, 9.. Ihl, .' " ' WYe have a very Sextenalve Stok of WORSTED COATINGS, (w..WoOL), SCOTCH CHEVIOTS, " `WEST OF ENGLAND TWEEDS, IIOMESPUNS, C., Warranted Shrunk and to oMeasure. U ' IRICE LIST: -GEELONG TWEED TFousers from - - 10s 8d . Trouserse: and Vest ' 18s- d Sao Suits -... r 46s Od ea are prepared to execute all orders entrusted to us to the bheat LONDON STYLE, with GUARANTEED GOODhFIT, SUPERIOROR.RIIKMANSIIP. . GaUTIO'R As v*eIal SMALL FIRMS are Ropylng our ?lvertisements and style of shops to dceive the publi, andcupplytng INFERIOR goodl at same~UIat of prlce, in some caera, also R DING-they are conne?tel with Ithis h . ... P .Fr .s ote our only Eatablial . taet S1 EA TERN :MAIRKET BUILDINGS, BOURKE STREET EAST, _H (. s08 GE.TRUDE STREET,'FITZROY, S4 VICTORIA STREET, WEST MELBOURN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

" IAN I'I S,' I. A Y NE??\\ \1INTIER?. DRAI'ERY, CLOT IIINGi . OUSE PFUIRNISIIINO REQUISITES, o Nowot l)os lg .l; Thie lost Fvorlto Colors I Tll Oreantet NorvellloIs! Combined with ,, to lost ECONOMICAL Scalo of PRICES Col lhoeoooolrrt .t Either of i) WARD 00CORNELL'S rononolo Faily D)rapiry Warehouseo , ,IADPEIN'I IIOUSE, nor of Queenaborry & 9ladoli?o Stroeat CAOrLTON. ROCIIESTERt HIOUSE, Corner of Smtith hnd 1ooel Streote,'. CorLLStINxyo.,,"_ JUST OPENED,: All Shales in Costmino Cloths, 10S ryarla for Oe./ld. f .I N'ao Iltlation Soeal blats, Ikl. caulh, Faehloenble 1Uopee In Felt Hiars, Is. eaol+ Ten.s-FORI CASIL' ONL, ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S- No_. 4, : I? SP,1 NUID CONDITTO.N, ON DRAOOOT AT TH' NATIONAL '.IOTEL, IRIUNSWICK STREET. ITlARK rlmndly Drinkera ihullt that Bhtr. J rinsso'se 1870, as obtalned at theo'Ia. too Ilotelo, Is unequallled. Itdlli es, tlohiskie Wines, aoil Rumn, are ll taken out of bond Iy the propriutor of, THE NATIONAL h]OTEL. One of AllooIk'e Iloat T'abl...

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NOONDAY MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

NOONDAY .MUSINGS. I . Jvevses. t'r.parations are being made, I notice, for the firthcoming local mnicilpal contest, and n munltitude of caldiates are spoken of. Hlow natoy will tilguru in the Ilnoinua dion lint, it would hie hard to say. I know a dozen at least who consider that there are nonle better qualified for the posi lion than their own'individual selves; but then, you see, the diliculty is to perouade ether people into the amne opinion, and as tlire is omnly ron for thlree, sonec. of thino will ) eeaapoloel to hide their light inllero iunahol for a little while lolner. There will ie it good opportunity thiouglh fur new bhld1, as two of thei retiring, councillors are aboutt satialirie withl tlh lailore to ice reanp? at the Council board. I wonal really like to see two young, ecer,,etic, intolligent men stli in to rlalacel t?Ie. t'ie want ialodcenr ilea aiid ia brisk abusiness like style inour civic life. In nost municipail hautie there is too much of the "old fogey" elcment, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

HOrTELS, ae. UNIVERSAL HOTEL, _ SItrnr ST., corner of Rose St. Only Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. S. GLOVER, l'ornarroa, -Lto Licensee of Gloucester Hotel, Hldod-st. BACCIANTE WINE STORE. CAMPBELL A.n CO., I'l SPRING STREET, MELBOURNE. Ws?IOussALE A\S ReTAll.. mUNDWERTA l A PPS, ECONOMICAL UNDERTAKER, FUNERAL FEATIIERMAN, And Trade Furnishing Undertaker, Hearses, Coaches, &e., &c., to suit the re qoiremecots of all classes. FITZROY AND MOOR STREETS, FITZROY. E N R Y J. L E I S, UNDERTAKER, 19S & 200, YOUNG STREET, FITZROY. (Off Johnston-street). I. I. is preplrel to conduct funerals in town and country at the lowest possible rates to suit all classes. Ilciare, Mourning Coclhes, and Funeral HleUisites always on the premises. The Tradle Spplied. MEDICAL. CURE FOIR ALL. HOLLOWVAY'S O1NTMENT. Its searching and Healing Properties are known throughout the World. For the cure of Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, Sores and Ulcers, it is an infallible ...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CuPrTER VIIL (Continued). " It is false !" was the vehement retort. "Your ghastly looks belie your words. There is something hidden from me that Ed mund thinks never to let me know. But I will not be so deceived. Woman, you hold my brother's secret in your keeping," she added, 'hauhtily. " "Name your price for it. I am rih;you will not frighten me, let you be ever so extortionate" " hdam," said Rachel, gazing at her in evident admiration, " I would freely do any thing td seeone o so lovely, without asking reward ; but I have nought to tell. Sir El- mund certainly visitetl our house yester morn; but he simply inquired of me concern ing an old servant of my Lady Desmond's ; one who died so long since, that she is well nigh forgotten." "Why should he travel to Llynvawr to do this ?" iMaude demanded suspiciously W" hat are old servants to him, that lie should quit the gay attractions of London, and journey all these miles on so poor an er raud?" Rachel Llo...

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MR. BLACKETT ON THE TRAMWAY BILL. (JUNE 28) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

MR. 1BHLACKET'r ON TH?E TRAMIWAY hILL (dlon 2S ) .Mr. Scpaker, as a representative of one of the largot snlurban constituencies, I occupy a rather peculiar position on this question. About twelve months ago, a poll of the rate payers of Fitzroy wan taken, and the vote, hy a mrnall majoriy it is true, went against tramways in the abstract. Thequestionput to the ratepavers was not whether thy were ill favour of traoicwayn behi. omdle by the Govrennent, bly t dletrnpolitan Ikurdl of Works, by the municipality, or by a cotm pany, but simply "Are yo itn favour of tramwaysn " anu the ma'nrity anpwernel in t:le negative. I)O the lotther llso.l, the city corporation of Fitzroy autlhoriose, by their delegatces at the Tramnway Conference, the introductiou to Plarliameno t of the BIill now under consideration; and, under such con Ilieting cireumstauees, I feel .iloewhat inl a dlflicellty to knllo exactly what are the wisnsh of niy e ionstltuney. hit I tthiok that, ill thlee mattere, we oo?ght ...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 5TH. (Before Messrs. Oldfield and Lewis, Js.P.) VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

CARLTON COURT. VEDtEtDAYu.n, .IULY 5Tn. (lcfore M.1cars. Oldnfiehl anl LeYwiu, .ls.P.) An ohl wom anol na 1dary ngle wn~s hrgnight up charged with having no lawful visible meana s of support. A co'ntable de poUed that he found the prisoner lying in a right-of-way at two o'clock onl \tt'lo?udcay morning, and Constalle Shrdcllal ;al., de posel that lie knew the prisoner for two or three years, and that she was always knotk ing about the streets of Carlton. Prisoner was sentced to three tmonths imlprison meunt. latlli e \V'alsh arrelltleL l to his recogniz auel chalrged with having on thle 2lt .ulone vioiently a.tauited his wife, Margaret Walsh. Mdr. l.roan.t,il who apltoiretl for tine defence saioll heoo.leirto.al that M?n. \VnlWll diot not wo:i to toI:.s the charge, anld tundler the cir cunstuces lie hoped thle lwutch would allow it to I. withdrawn. The sere antlt of pIolice sail he would like to ull evidence to justify tih actiou of the iodic. M1r. Leonau'i naid Ili client admlitted...

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A DARING BURGLARY AND A SMART CONSTABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

A DARING BURGLARY AND A SMART t CONSTABLE. Betwcn two and five o'clock on Tuesday morning a darigl Imrglary was committed at Mssara. Wilso' dsdrapery establisihment., Brunswick-street, The burglars effected an entraoco at tihe hack of the soimpby removing a considerablo portion of a brick wall. This wva no easy task, and it would appear that a heavy crowbar must have been used. Hav ng succeeded in "cfleting an entrance, the blrglars managed to get away with five heavy overcoats, three pairs of trousers, one dlzen white ohirte. one dozen colored shirts. one piece of lannel. one piece of twilled ohirting, a parcel of towels, and a number of Ianckcrchiefs, the whole worth about £10. Tihe Melbourne police have recovered the erater portion of the property, and in a omlewhat peculiar manner. About six o'clock on Tuesday morninog a man named Jolia MI'Laughlin, who rodles ia Coumber land-place off Swaston-street, went to the police station in Russell-street, and reported that hie found a qa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

G R A N D) I) S 1P L A Y RAND OfDISLAO NEW WINTER DRAPERY, CLOTHING, And HOUSE FURNISHING REQUISITES. The Newest Designs ! The Most Favorite Colors! The Greatest Novelties! Combined with The Most ECONOMICAL S?ale of PRICES Can be seeured at Either of EDWARD CORNELL'S Economic Family Drape.y- Warehouses, MADELINE HOUSE, Corner of Queensberry & Madeline Streets, CALsTO\. , ROCHESTER HOUSE, Corner of Smith aml Peel Streets, CObLL.UvwoO). JUST OPENýED: All Shades in Costnume Cloths, 10 yards for 6s. 3d. New Imitation Seal lnts, (hi. each. Fashionable Shapes ih' Felt Ints, Is. each. Terms?-FOR CASH ONLY. ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S No. 4, IN SPLENDID CONDITION, ON lIItlraillT AT TIHE NATIONAL HOTEL, BRUNSWICK STREET. D-ARK Blrandy Drnnkers admit tlmt BLr r_ Lon s a7, obtained at the Na tietul Hotel, is tnequallel. Brandies, Whiskies, Wines, and Runm, are all taken out of oand by the proprietor of THE NATIONAL HOTEL ltl LU.\ ?| J : One of Allcck's Ilkst Tables. Single Bottles at Wholesale...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, JULY 3RD. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Robb Marsden, Raven, Field, Bennetts, Barnett, and Woodhead, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

POLICE INETLLIGENCE. FITZROYl COURT. .ItoitAY, .JULY 1I!u. IBefore Mr. Alley, I'.M., inid .\1.aurs. RobHL 3lant.ti, Hade n, Frtav c, Fihl, elntt, Barnett, and \\toolhead, .IS..) DRNt.[K ASP, Otwluo41 :.Yv. A lad inlated John (lreto nitas chargid with Ibcing drunk aul disonerly. As it wa.. hi tirat olften'cr e wasI let onl' w..h a litle ,t Jooclph Le Roy for a saiilar otlienc, wa:L tiinled . with the option of it hious intpri -uumelut. 'hon aa 3.Morton foir a similar Worence cont imittcdl on Sunday afternoon, *.l tillted lIU.. with the altertative of 4S lhoul inlpisoal mtent. A oldh Lan ait amel William hiierwitin was elltencel to 12 Illonths impli.utltnent a+ a habitual dllnllkard. INSULTIN ?l; EIAVIOUIL Inanlcis CoItelh ?'aen ciharid with in nalting behaviour in a lpubl lic lace with in tent to provoke to a breach it tihe peaca. The evidnclle wL': conclu.ive, .and tile pll saollr -, lilled 20?. or in defailt r - cu days A naotorious larrikin unald FILederick Field. with no lts tl?h...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, JULY 8th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

SATURDAY, JULY Sth, 1SS2. FoR years past this city has been struggling to obtain railway coimuoni cation with the northern and north eastern districts and with Melbourne, but up till lately without success. It is hardly necessary here to go into the reasons of the failure, further than to remark in passing that lack of unani mity and public spirit was probably the greatest cause, The present Co verninent has, however, shown at dispo sition to do justice to the northern districts, and has scheduled several lines to meet the requirements of the residents there. We have the Alphing ton line.which is to pass close to the centre of this city, the proposed line to Whittles a, terminating somewhere in Fitzroy and linked on to the Alphinmg too line, and on the other side the Coburg line connecting with Spencer steet. These lines would radiate.from \lelbourne and emhmrace a very large district, tapping localities that have hitherto been totally zieglected, though |highly inuporLtanutind l-od...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 8 July 1882

REDEDUED '' PRICES !!! WHOLESALE CLOTHING COY., PRE3MIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS REDUCED TO 10s. 6D. FORMER PRICE, 12. ClI. WILLIAMSTOWN TWEED TROUSERS, TO ORDER, 9s. 11. We have a very extensive Stock of WORSTED COATINGS, (ALL WooL), SCOTCH CIIEVIOTS, WEST OF ENGLAND TWEEDS, HO1IESPUNS, &c., Warranted Shrunk and to Measure. PR. .I E , LISIT: GEELONG TWEED Trousers from - - - 10s 6d Trousers and Vest - - 18s 6d Sac Suits - - - - 45s Od We are prepared to execute all orders entrusted to us in the best LONDON STYLE, with GUALRANTEED GOOD FI1: SUPERIOR WORKMANSIIIP. CAUTION. As several SMALL FIRMS are copying our advertisrnents and style of shops to deceive the publie, and supplying INFERIOR goodl at mone list of prices, in wsnu cases, alo P'RETENDI)ING they are connected with this inn. i'lease note our only Establishlents 1 EASTERN MARKET BUILDINGS, BOURKE STREET EAST, 10S GERTRUDE STRE"ET, FITZROY, 4 VICTORIA STREET, WEST MELBOURNE, :2 and 34 CLARENDON ST...

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MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 15 July 1882

m ' A?I,'I LAYEOAT ' HTHTURTttlY... Tim latclhes tlhat took ilac last Sntiatiayo.. tlhrojtii the ictnlemnuy t>t tho )veatlhr, ron.; ldoreI int ipoor .illlay of foothllt. Tho results, Wre follo' :--wlerlltltIuq t., Eracml'o], draw; Carlton v. SoutlhiMolloniiin.l; draw, li favoroof Carlton. Noomlenlo y 2al twenty v. Fitzroy J.niori 2iln twenlty. ThIs lmatoh was plnayell othlo,, Fitzroy Cricket Grountlt and rcmltolt In ti rawi, tho foroer sccuring beh.liflh ti tho L latter', fl. Ewring, Ac icool, . :A Uott. Kotlon anidl Ptetriclio. for. Noroi yt a11t' ttohtbllt, lMoreotnlo,, Mllir, .f E .3[i la aud, Sntith for, lutlors, ployel well' foa. ,thlicr,, roetoic+t~r +o ti or.. + ' "S; m. . ..?' 1

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