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JIKASHIRE, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

JIKASHIRE, MONDAY, NOVEiMBER 1., Tho 'usual monthly, mooting of this Council was hold on the above "dato, Present--Tho Presidenb, and Ors. B3atingse, Donnise, Plant, Clinch, Webster, Emory, and O'Koeefo. The minutes of last mooting woro road and oonflrmoed without remark, A DErUTATION, Mr. HIyam Hart, Town Clork of Fitzroy, and Mr. Lundio, President of tho Asso. elated Socioty of Lieoonsed Nightmon, attended as t., deputation to support an applicationn fore permission deposit night soil withif the:Shire bf aikl1 1 ,The President' :I, see .Mr..Hart present; annias , updorstqnd he is here in reference: to an application that.has beenmaade, to;us' liy the Fitzroy Council, I propose that we go into thiat matter flst. 1 trThis was agreed: 'to, and the Seooretary' was requested to',read, a lettor:which had; been: received:.froih, the Fitzroy. Council. The 'letter.'. requested that ,!poermission be' granted to thobI nightmeninmed' in thie margin" to deposit .nightsoll. lithini the shire, o...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE INCOME TAX IN ENGLAND. (THE ENGLISHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

THE INOOME TAX IN ENGLAND. (THU ENOLIS iMAN.) THERE aIs no Tax more harassing to that.portion of the community whichlis least able to bear it' thiin the Income Tax.. A small insect is soinotimes the most troublesome; .:it generally visits you' when you' do not expect it, and always when you do riot Whnt it; more ovor, it is. abloodsticker; and so' is the Income Tax . Like the little nocturnal miscreant, it seems to run away, and you think it will. never 'come back aghin to worry and annoy, buit "still' it returns; and so doesthe Incoine Tax. Sucqessive Governments have always promised to abolish it, and have always) forfeltdd: their ,word."'- Years ago"Mr.; GI;ADsTONE and his'imiuit'y"professed' they 'would consign 'il dio? os"imposts to the 'limbo where othier things as evil' have been sent; but,' like many other of their sayings and doings, no deponderoco can be placed on ' them, eoxcp 'theiro heartlessness towards theo poor-to wit,' their taxing the Match Makers, who wore next do...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EFFECTS OF SEA-BATHING. (SANITARY RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

EFFECTS .OF , SEA-BA THING.? S(SANITARY ?xzd6i;.)ý- ' I. and of, alepiness. which }s sqm.ntlmos attributdb o tbthi ihilub d irofs'a-air, but, we y }oubt m~pch ;liethor,, t{ is, qvor experionced except when too frequent and too prolonged'baths have been takdi ti h' bth'with?t? ",iitiltitt\vho is about to go through-a course of sea bathing g.oytljropjt I j 1houl have a certain amount of stamina, an must not!be,one df feeble powers of 'readEihn. To many th'e feeling of the skin after, a sea-bath is inpleosant;i owing' to the hygirltetti' uhli iti'of6 'sodsalt "there is a certainnamount of clamminess loft, and-many are not comfortable till- they have washed in .fresh water... Byt authority_ isin faivor of the noti6n'; that if salt is over, absorbed by the skin, it is most likely to *be so whoen it has remained in contact with; it 1 for.. isome hours, and- if that be so the surface shoutild remain'r n'washed. It it''"lWA~' E' an open question whether women should protect th'eii hair or' ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COLLINGWOOD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

,COLLtINGkdWO;6 Pa;^i'D;A ,'ýToVEMBEn 5.,; Before Mesers. Morgan (Mayor), Walker, J. Wd6oi'and T. Kidney. John Falvy was summoned for placing an obstruction on a public thoroughfare. Fined 10s. *Stdpheti Trudgeon was informed against foozuelly illtreating a horso. .Finoed JF., Swith 20s.ecosts, or fourteen days. -,. SWilllain' McCaughrey v. Thomas Aylund. -~4uKiialt case. emanded fo~r ek. - 'Miss Taylor v. Mrs. Huddlestono. Assaultr; h'indd 10s., anid da.tcosts, Mofolioir'v. Marfon.-fClaim for '4 8s. 1 d01rifogood~.sold ahd 'dolive'ed. idirdd? or amount, and 5s. costs. Sameo. .' Ihoe!-LClain for ?4 s10. Order for amount, With 6s.. osts. ' ' Thoatasi v Allmnan.-Olaim' for '3 Ie'. 11id., for'work aiii'latr 'dondei'nd goods sold and delivered. Order for amount, and 26s. costes ,- ,--,, . MoKeztioIl; - Todd.-FkaWd summons. Otderfoprobi2onnt i. (6,10se.),to (be paid *thbhlone bmonth, or, n' default,'amoth a lmprlsonme?irb',"' I . • *: ,''' IlO~tt -^."-'"'1- 1: - '"^**' ! * '

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

;., , RICKET. ' : : On Saturday` theo Carlton and Fitz?ro? clabi( eontiniebd their match for 'the 'ne' challenge cup. Fitzroy resumed' their! innings, they having onoewioket to fdll~' which added 8 ti?t IbTadore, making a total of :2, or 12 behind Carlton. The Carlton then ooiiniuodced:thrsir secoind innrigs,) ahn had 'all out fdr'97, m'nikiftg a total of' 141 foe thblr' two' innizigs. : At the close ofi the' day's play Fitzroy: had threb *ickets 'down, for 25, leaving the seovon!wicket8'85 to.gob. to win.; The prioeipal, scorers were-for. Carlton, James, Wynno, Bishop; nnd"DTd,' man, (not'out), witht 26,' 21, 10, and I11 respectively, Alexander madoe :,12' for Fitzroy -when he was beautifully caught by 'Blackhtrm (wtip .was,flol4ing substituto) at long field. .Thlo q tutuo amund tar .of Rýiah o? present the result; is very,; doubtful. The scores on the previous Saturday wore Montaguo, 78; 'Star of Richmond; five out for,24. 'heio Stars finishmedubut tlibir; inn' nings for 58,, o :2...

Publication Title: Mercury
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FITZROY—THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

,Two bright, epoeimens of the larrikin i4b,1 nned respeetivlyyRobert' Dtiktns and George C': ooer , orba clharged with common assault,. and..atls~ with resistipg the police in the execution of their duty. Coqoper.,was further eharged..wit.,assault in ' Onsta6le Kingstoh : 'Th.'defendints were each sentenced to one month's im iaisonment ,for 'tho assahl, 'alid ?ni 6ntih for resisting the police; and Cooper ak' sentenced to three months for the assault 9 '4Cobiblile: Kingston~, the' seniniices iH each case to be cumulative. 4,'Mry.Ann Smith, drink: andc'disorderly; *ae,fined,1Os,, or forty-eight hours.ri i +: George Bisp, for 'using obscene lainuage, was discharged.

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

.CRICKETI CRICKETI CRICKET I GO , TO WHOLE8ALKE AND RETAH SOIY & "FANCY. REPOSITORY, '218 Smith at.. Collingwood. Fci. cricket bat?, steumpsball8,'toyp, d9ls,, I 'a ois; ttin ".te pii'see, 'ionibs, brushware, hosiery, haber dashery, berlin wool, and fancy goods of every description. All kinds of wool goods made to order. Berlin wool 4d. per dozen. Storekeepers and hawkers supplied. TILLETT. & Co.,. S (Late of Colin Wood), ý RýIF I`ST3iS' .:& DRUGGISTh,' 7i Busses pass the doorevery fewminutee. n !, r ; m rom Bmith BSrest. SFare-threepence. "HENRY J. R. LEWIS, Y'CTi fl. ert .] aIt r, :.198 & 200 YOUNG ST., FITZROY, (Off Johnston street). Hi L. Ise: prepared to conduct, funorals in tPwn andcountryat the lowest possible rates tosiltallclasses. Hearscs,fMourning Coaches, akid fujioral leuisites always on the premises. =. .. y 1'all. FAMILY GROCER AND WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, Corner of Wellington & Langridge ,Sts., Lately occupied by A. E. D...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

COLLINGWOOD, TUeSDAY, NovitEman 2. Doforo Mossrs. Temploton,. P.M., Morgan (Mayor), Walker, Maredon, Wood, and Bonnotts, Quoon v. Dally.-'This wP? a obhrgo of having cealebrated a marriage contrary to, the 0th, 12th, and 22nd clattos of the Matrimonial OCauses tatuto. 184., Tho evideonc was only a roetaration of what has: already appeared In himo eolumns of the Me.rcury. Theo dofendant was oommlted for trial, being allowed bail in two suroties of £25 oaoh, and himself in £50. Queen v. Rosq.-Charge of 'asisting, abetting, coumnsolling, and procuring Dally. to colobrato a marriage botwoon himself and Thorosa Staunton, Committed for trial, bail being allowed in two surotlae of ,£50 each, and hhitnolf in £100. The chargo against Henry Keomp, similar to above, wam dismiaeod,

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

' PO ICE.'" F .pITZRQY-MoNPAT, Nov nIEB 1ST. "Before ?Messrs .'T ,'Kidney (Cliairm?n) Mahone?y'. (Mayor), 'Woo4head ' and'- Ben= "J oh2 Callah ia, lruiirk'and. 'disobrdly. 1 Disoharged. "'' ' n 'n' Frederick Tank, drunk while in'oharge of - a horse and dray. Fiied 10s. .., , i,:I Alexander Kenny and Tanies Togg..,In. r suiting bohaiiiour. FinedL20s.ekohor three 1 days' imprisonment.! Mary Sullivan, for' wilful damage ;.to property, was;flued 10s. and ordered to pay e 14s. damages, or in default, fourteen days in ~aol. J lamens Kelly, for hisulting behavi6i6r, las fined 20s. with the alternative of seven days imprisonment,: . i An elderly female named Annie JOhnaton was charged. with insulting behaviour. in the p'ublic street' at eloven" o'olock oon Sunday night.: The prisoner pV~t and sobbed and said "Don't put meoin gaol." Mr. Sievewright said. "She 1i very 'contrite your worship, I think you might leot he;,off this time," The cliairman "Th'oqe "tears soften the hearts of the Bench...

Publication Title: Mercury
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THE QUEEN V. DALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

,THE",QUEEg fVi. 'DAL'LY., 'Ova readers will be in full po?session of the features' of this ecase, as it has already been given,, not only in the 'columns of the Mercury, but in most of the daily papers. The matter came on before the Collingwood Court on Tuesday last, and resulted in the com miittal of DALLY for misdemieanoýi, and Ross for aiding and abetting. The former was bound over on bail, of two sureties of £25 each and hirhself in £50, whildt Ross was 'bound over in two siretlesif £50 each and himself in £100. So far. as'he Rtegi?tir is concerned, no one, panl, have two, opinions. IHe has been guilty, of 'a breach of the:laws which he had bound himself to obse?re. He 'has,' we believe;jin hie good na ture, allowed himself to be ;cajoled into thei breach of the regulations and require ments of the Matrimonial. Causes, Statute, and has acted :the 'part of a fool. Of Ross we feel we cannot hold too deep an' execration of the' man's' action." He is to all intents and puirposes a ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

SATURDAY, NOY. 6, 1875, Tua Collingwood Council at its sitting on Wednesday last reconsidered, the item of:.proposed expenditure ,for the north end:of Smith street, ,This item, our readers will remember, was sitruck out " at "the .previous:, meettln'.g on 'the motion of Councillor" Wrigh'f. :The ratepayers of Smith street '?ithin thie bounds of Darling Ward :immediately took up the matter, and by petition requested the Council to reconsider the item. The Council have now wisely determined upon carrying out the work, the opposition of Councillor Wright and others notwithstanding. We can. not but congratulato both the council lors and the ratepayers on this con elusion. Smith street is at the present time the main thoroughfare of the town, and the natural outlet forl the north. lying portions of both Colliugwood and Fitzroy as well as for the country districts on the Plenty and Heldelberg roads, It Is only just then that the street should be placed in tho,most thorough condition to en...

Publication Title: Mercury
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

S MVISCELLANEOUS. S' GANrrs CANNxorMALts.-Some workmien occupied at the .'Chateau of :Condo,! in Normandy, have just found, some cannon balls of' granite, probably thrown ,by,the English' when that castle was taken. by them in 1417. In 1428 a stonbe annon-ball discharged from the tower of Notre.Dame, at Orleans; killed the Earl of Salisbury. on the opposite side of the Loire. Some of those projectiles used during one memorable occasion are still preserved in the same dcity; two of them measure over thirteen inches in diameter, and their weight exceeds 200 lb. Thojournal of the seige of that place relates, that on the let of Deooember, 1428, the English:batteries' threw against the town balls weighing'nearly 200 lb. On the 20th of January. 1420, Lancelot do Lile, who commanded the English, had his head' carried off by. a stone shot.fromthe walls., OHAN~oD PUBLIC OreINION As To RzCENT WAnS.-A silent conviction has forced itself on the public mind, that in the conflicts of opinion that...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

. A land said t Adelaide oun:' 'eday ;lase realized nearly £100,000 fox 5,500,acres'of land.. Bed Bust is appearing amongst the grain crops in the Northern districts 'of South Australia. Wheat is advancing in price. It is now fetching 5s. Od. a bushel in Adelaide. The lion. George Hiiginbotham has re plied at length to the Sandridgo Protootion Loagno and refused to accept the post as ldader of the (Liberal) party. The Mayor of Melbourno elect Mr. A. K. Smith was sworn in as a magistrate on Wednesday by Mr. Justico Barry. By the mail which loft on Thursday last the committee for French Flood Relioef Fund sent home a further sum of .C2 3 13s making altogether with previous roemit. tances, the sum of .£1,225 G. Pd. Mr. Mollain the flembor for the Wim mora, was ontertained at ilorsham by a numbor of his constituents on '1'uesdar last, Scarlatina has broken out at Wollogong, N.S.W. No news has yet been received of the ship 1lratlhmore, from London to Now Zealand, now more than flive mont...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not nocoesarily. odorso the opinions of our corroespondonts. TO TiE EDTIOR OF T~E1 MERCURY. Sir,--I (as surprised on the perusal of y~pur orrospondont'p lottor,'in list wooek' ~sue signed'., Boyle, stating that every. thing was splendidly cooked in. Hodg?on's stove. Being present, I contradict the state. mont. As regards cookipgit was not to be compared to previous test," and would ask him did he or she remain all the time by Hog~oi's'. tablo;·iif, ?',?that accounts for , flourishing the statement that the jurors, three at I', adst in nsumboab consumed ,'tll. they' roquired 'cooked;> at Hodgeon's table. Lorhaps your corrospond I ount would inform us through your valuable columns whether M. Boyle acted as cook on that`dcascon;- if so, no 'wonder lio '6isho sounded. their own. trumpet, or. if not are they interested parties, I for my part have boon using one of Wallis's Improved Reflectin·k Gas Cooking. Stoves' and find it far superior to any other an far as I...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

" ,Auctionee r r ,? p 1suranoe 10 O ; co Freehqld Property for Bale or to Let. `'GEORGE MAY, addlej. Collar,-and Harness Maker, ' 309 MITH STREET, FITZROY.; , epasdirs dome on reasonable terms. R. SIMPSON, +HOLESALE CONFECTIONER: S142 J ORGNSTPN T/. FIT /TZROY;: S The Traide Supplied,' Ea. , "'I, t, ? N ' ' ^ " . I r;"M oot iand Shoe1e iaker, ,;l 86 ??.LLINgGTON' STREET," ' COLLINGWOOD. L. respeotfull. solicits a share of, your slrontage. Repa irs neatly and promptly . ,, , ' executed. . ·1er',. ay, Corn, and Produce Dealer, CORER OF. WELLINGTON & CIPPS STS, U.R.OR o HAFF' always on hand, ealo o ts Plants, Bouquets, eo. OcausATEDI WAIR CLEAL]SER, or removingNits and alu unleanlines of, e haB, containing npo nl?ieral or noxiousE gredient., One trizalwill convince all of| its' effectiveness. , rAn'' ' ; Zi o ,LY .' " |? .E.,HS, B AK E.fj . ; CHEMISiT,' &o. 144, FErRARS ST., ,EMERALD HILL, Sold in bottles at 1s and 2s. each,. - WETOLxBAL4,AOEN?, , " KEOGH, LONGSTAFF,, &...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Rejected communications cannot be rettorned under any circumstances whatever. No notice can be taken of anonymous com 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 inconvenience and delay to persons interested we have to request that all business ,communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GRIrrxTsa & SPAVEN, and not to the E1ITOn.' ADVERRTISEMENTS, in all cases, to be prepaid. Letters and other -"nmunications intended for insertion in the news columns should be addressed to the Editor.

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DESTRUCTION OF THE SPARROWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

DESTRUCTION OP TIiHE SPARROWS. On Monday last the recently formed Col. lingwood Sparrow Club. held .their first meeting to report progress, &o., and to enroll members, but, in consequence of the downpour of rain, the attendence was limited. Mr. Henry Walker, J.P., to whom is duo the initiation of the movement, and who has very hanidsomely paid all pre liminary exponses 6f printing and adver tising, occupied the chair. The secretary, Mr. A. Mortley, had prepared a return of "business done" during the past three weeks of the club's existence, which the chairman read to the meeting, as followsr ' Birds purchased at ld. each, 640; eggs at Id. each, 207; birds sent by members 'Walker, 12; Patten, 12 ; and Baker 12 and 8 eggs, for which no payment was required, the menibers expressing themselves satis -fled with the pleasure it afforded to help in the workl of extermination, thus making a total of 000 eggs and birds destroyed." The success had far exceeded the oxpecta tions of tho...

Publication Title: Mercury
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MARK TWAIN. (Correspondent of the Milwaukee Sentinel.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

(Correspondent .o the Milwaukee Sentinel.) WHILE pitting in front of the Southorn ot talking , to, great' citizen ithi . 4,tjt, b'atldays. of.. St., ' ouis,.when 'eaptain~; dlerksi;nd pilots, ran the town, and-ranittrunder a full head. of stdirui,, ari ancient', mariner,' let np on" Whittlhlg" thi?'ari 'of th6 next ?llair,'turnod towardd ud and remarked: -'-"Youi 'i t"spdakihg of'the old river days?" "We was," I replied. Perhaps, now, you have -boon reading some of Sam Clemens' yai'ns?" I hold up a copy r of the, Atlantic, open iat Mark Twain's article; which had really brought aboiit tho convorsation. 'Yes, I thought so; well, he don't toll all he knows," said the social rivorman, reach ing over for a tobitcco pouch which a gentleman was passing to a frieond. " There's one. little anl'tir he hasn't worked into print yet, and it isn't likely -he will." The social quit off on his reminiscence at this point, and Ialkedl generally about the bad outlook of the crops and universal disadv...

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CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

CHAPTER XII. -ONE day, somes ojpohs previous to the date of our story;" as 'ho wo sisters of lHunter's Creel?, tndb e ..pr otoction of Archibald ?rving~, iosw o brother's farm lay idway,betwdeop that station and the to dphip, we`'recartering their horses ovgrI: the' compIratlif6ly open ground which 'we have spoken of as Boomerang plains, they were surprised by the apparition of an unknown damsel, whose equestrian: appointments and surpassing gracefulnes put I` shame their more homely accoutrements. The, young person was unattbnded,` :nd,j iti she fearlessly galloped., lir diminutive pony over the uneven turf, they drew up to admiro ahd `wonder by/ wlMtW strange chance a being .yok flttol,' apparently, for rdughing It in tihe bush, had suddonly appeared before themi'and whence she had sprung. As she-drew nearer to them, they put their horses oncbxmore in motiqn, Iand, meeting tits youthful stranger,' tiley received flqom her, as she rapidly passed, a .owly reverence; and shortly afte...

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ANCIENT ADVERTISEMENTS. (CHURCH OF ENGLAND MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 6 November 1875

AmI.ENT' ADVERTIrSE MENTS. (cuuoWH oF ENOLAND MAOA5tNE.) PEtiArs tho' first posted bill printed in England inay have boon one in 1480, when Caxton Advertised the 'sale of the *,Pyes of Salisbury use;" not by any means the eatables known by that name, but a collection of rules for the use of the clergy at Easter; which could be bought at the Red Polo in the Almonry, Westminster. Two. copies of this bill are still extant, their size about five inches by seven. Book sellers were, not long in adopting this plan of announcing their goods. Ulrlo Gering has this distich: "Don't run away on account of the price. Come, .rlch and poor, this excellent work is sold- for a' veryl small sum." ' Tlie middle aisle of St. Paul's Catliadral soon ibecanie the place for affixing.these bills; which were called signis,; most of them beginning with that Latin word; and all kinds' of barter and disorderly condutit were, common in that: an'cierfi edifice. Ben Johnso. describes, one of the-men who occupied h...

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