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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

CRICKET'!L CRICKET I-' ORIOKET )! WiUoLrzAzLZ Atfl'nD TL" " Y '&' FANtCY, .REPOSITORY, 218. I&! . rI t, I o w,,,-, d, rcrick?" bats,latumps, ballp, toys,'dolls; orlybop ; wc?.ing- des.ks, i1 oncortings,: ies' bags ,comptanfong, gentloea?ou'.. biT is;aIn e ' tOlSleiryha r aeory,'ber)lin wool/ -nds faucy Fgoods of' description,, All:kinda of wool goods. adt ptorder.,, Bornin woodd.'per lozen 8Storekeopein iind hawkeis'supplled:l : ,1, .idlsl uwu4or r tVr v.", , HXIST R&'DRYG STS !t , ., i ( tiEdbtlodl8 lii t X34 , utoo J l r ,{i' ( I f l (lll ll i 'I l " 1',7'It i 1'i : I;le t I 1, ti ? i t .~ . ' ii ? : I.1.- l i 4'.:I 11-w' we , JJ : l;' i s~i ? ,, ,+!.II, ."'t 'l/ f t .'l'l',r. °J.)'d'~ i W t I J ,+ .t'lfu erh i '"4!1i ,I[' aEdd passithe door eves'y fe ininutOes. i.. ,, l ,J01 i 9 .lt i,,t oett :1 .,,;i-l . f :!I ;j1n. ,ar -t?, reepenco. t :i , IT i, " l 71 , ':! I ,,- " '~'l 111 8 ', ! - I,". HENRY J: R. LEWIS, fl .,e.': " a' 1 e x" 198 & 200 YONG S...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANCEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

MISCELLANEOUTS. BArTtZNo CosTuVan.--The more frooly salt water comes in direct contaot with skin the more efllilont is the batil, and it undoubtedly the best, says the Hanita Records to bathe nakedi but, except in out of-tho.way places this is not practicab oven for men; on the whole it is ino convenient for them to useo the she drawers known as slchwiwhosen in Germ The looser the bathing.gowns of wow are the better. But, in countries wh the two sexes baths together, as in in places in Belgium or Franoo, closer fittl garments are necessary; and French womle as it is well known, indulge in every variet of picturesque costume, and few things aI more amusing than to observe the varl? dresses in which they rig themselves ou and the differont fashions after which tbi disport themselves in the water for entertainment of the admiring bystande We have heard similar scenes described b travellers who had soon them in thb Unit States, for the Americans closoly imita the Fronch in their fashios...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

. LOCAL .4EWS. , 'At the sale of Mr. M'Culloch's greyhounds ;the prices ranged fron nine guinoeas to 100 !guiineas ech. Fort-flive lo' ealized the asumof 1005 guineas. ' ' *i ' `1 -'A' batch of no less than forty, drunkards were charged at the City Police Court;, on Wednesday, and much to their surprise wore discharged.' 'The 'reason asigned' being that they had no doubt beeon drinking in honor of H.I.H. the Prince of Wales. We direct the attention of the police to that portion of Stanley street near Smith street.. Altercations between drunken and quarrelsome people have become very frequent of late, much to the annoyance of the more peaceably disposed residents of that neighbourhood. The Australian Natives' Association Ball took place on Tuesday last, at the Fitzroy Town Hall. The attendance was good considering the rough state of the weather. Dancing was kept up until two o'clock. Mr. Sutch's band performed and gave satis faction to all. There were representatives from-Ballarat an...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. :Labor Omnia Vinoit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Rejected communications cannot' be returned' under any, circumstancet whatever. No notice can be taken of anonymous comr., munications. Every letter must be ,accom ipanied by the ;name .and address of the writer, not necessarily for..publication, but as a guarantee ofgood faith. , To avoid inconvenidnce and' delay to persons interbsted wez have to request that alt business comniunidations, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittaidds, be ad dressed to GrIsprrx & SPAVaW, and'not to' the E Ton. - ADVERTIsEMENTS, in talt cases, tbb prepatd ietters and other comm?unicatons intended for Sinsertion ein the news ;columns.. should be. addressed to the Editor. '. , .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

TOWN OF FITZROY. ?TOTICE is hereby given, that the ANNUAL N MEETING of the Town Council of Fitzroy will be hold in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, Fitzroy, on TUESDAY, 16th NOVEMBER next, at noon, and that the Statements of Rates Made, Contracts Entered I[nto, Debts and Receipts and Expenditure for the Year ending 80th September, 1875; will be submitted for confirmation thereat, and that such state ment is now printed and can be seen at the Town Hall by any person interested therein, By Order. HYAM HART, Town Clerk, Town Clerk's Office, Fitzroy. October 28th; 1876. TOWN OF FITZROY. SEPARATE1TENDERS are invited until 5 o'clock p.m. on Friday, the.lith inst., or the Maintenance of Smith street and the Heidelberg road, to 30th September, 1876, on joint accoint with the Town Council of Collingwood.: 8icifeations may be seen at. the oifee of the Town Surveyor, Fitzroy. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted,. , ,, ,, , . t ; . , SBy Order. SHYAM HART,, Town Clerk, Town Clerk's...

Publication Title: Mercury
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THE NIGHT-SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

THE NIGHT-SOIL. THE Town of Fitzroy is in a diffloulty in reference to the disposal of its night soil., It has no place within its bound aries where it can safely utilize the in odorous article. It has therefore been compelled to solicit the consent of the neighboring shiros for permission to carry and deposit It within their bounds. The Jikashire Council Ihas promptly refused consent, and our readers will see that' the application is under the consideration of the HIoidolhorgshiro Council. But oven supposing their polseJnt is granted for the present, It canniot remain of long continuance. Therefore, sooner or ilater,jFitzroy yill have. to .tike iup the question of the disposal of its nightsoil with a view 'to the 'final' settlement` of .the . matter. Many ideas have been suggested and plans prp'osed, the'feasibility of 'which has not yet been, determined'... Many persons have been, impressed with the idea that'the Poudrette Company would take it; but they are not at:the present tim...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1875. THE EASTERN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

"SATURDAY,. INOV. ' 13 187 ?5 ; ;THE ''EAStERN QUES~'ION.; JUDGING from: 'the :telegram received by the daily `~ipers on` Thursday' last,' the Eastern question is assuming grave importance."'Russia hiis intimated to Europe, that she.contemplatea course of action which unmistakably points 'to 'theoccupation: of Bosnia and Herze govina, the Turkish Provinces, with Christian troops. This is ?ne more move in the attainment oftlie' designs she has, since the time of Peter: the. Great, set .herself to accomplish--the absorption of Turkey ?within-her 'own. dominions. The future of Turkey is fraught with the greatest interest,' not only to Europe, but to the world. Christian' Europe Iperhaps cares little what becomes'of the' Turk, but it does care as to what becomes of the country over which the Turk now ruiles. Almost any: form of Christian Government would be prefer table 'to the Mahomedan rule, but Western Europe especially cannot, without alarm, contemplate the occupa tion of Turkey by,...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POETRY. AMONG THE WILD FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

S.,POETRY. AMONG THE W'ILD FLOWERS. "Their breath flouts out on the Southern gale?"-o Mrs.lexaxs. , , . . Flowers I prize, with colors bright, An? 'd w.drops spangled o'er, For richly.in'the Sun's lighlt, They bless the humble poor. They cheer my heart, and sadness ' 3Must.ever floee away, . And with.,thqir presonco gladness, Consente'awhiloe to day. I wander -mid the'grasses, Away o'er mound and doll; ., Near gurgling strodmse in inasses, ,With native graeo.they dwell. I p'ep among the fern stems,., Below me, round, above, With tints richer far than gems- These flowers I fozdly.lovo. For ayo, the rose is queenly, , The'lily palo and fair,' Buit wild flowers more supremely,. Now blossom everywhere. , i

Publication Title: Mercury
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A SONNET On the death of a friend of J.—T.— [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

A4 BONNET On the death of a frlond of J,-T.--. Man's fated doom creops on. us; all apace, Nor aught can stay the year's unseon .. advancing .. ,. Out from the fuiture into tho present; glaciug~ . Into the past; leaving no lonely traco Of their swift passing, but upon the face Of iziin'i'1(stilli wondrois toill and ever enhancing Tie gloryn of the anoient. So the diyioing Houris fly'pt;, and hiu?~yon man's race. And hd has'gon'e;tho'friorid of early years, Unto the great unknown, where dwells the peace Unfolt` by those, Who through the world doth groan, . For ruth and pity, yet who never cease To rack their souls with dark and dreadful fears' ý ' Boru,oe wild fanoloes, o'er 8hoir piritpgtrewn. FdrewOll old friend, againiincoming time, I yet may meet thee, when the hoary rime Of pears has faded from the world's broad brow, A And Past and Future mingles with the Now; ANAiiSis OF Tri HUaAN I3BnWATIr -An account published in Nature of some oxperi monts madoe ith.a view to determine the o...

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A MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

, *.A , lYSTERY. ?. Two river, hemmed with loanoiig trees, :., MWound through its meadowsgreen; A low blue linq of mountains showed', - .; The open pines between. One sharp, tall peak above them all' Clear into sunlight sprang; I saw the xiver of my dreams, The mountain that I sang. No oluo of memory led me on, But well the ways I knew; A fooeeling offamiliar things Withovery footstop,grow. UNot otherwiso above its erag Could loan the blasted pine; Not otherwise the maple hold ;Aloft:its red ensign; So up the long'and shbrn foot-hills The mountain road should creep; So, green'and low, the meadow fold Its red.haired kind isleep. Ti river wound as it should wind; Tiheir plpae the mountains topk;, *,, The *hltoitbixin frlges of t1heir "l lda 4 7 ore nio unwontodlpok. .a , f Yet ne'er before that rivet's rim : ,Was pressedy feob of mino ; ; Never before mine eyes had' crossed That broken mountain line. The skirts of some forgotten life 'T ` iled noiseles a my side. Wasit a din remonmboe...

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HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN. (SPECTATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

E 2AN .,,RISRTI4N.. NDE?I , . . . .TATO ) THE Child*?orld! uhas lost a frien'd, who was to it 'what Shakeispeare 'is to thei grown'up wori'ld'of men.and women, by the 'pencoful passing away .of, "'dear And'sen," as every oneoi Copenhagen' called the wonderful story-telleor-,to'the last ac bhild'i .heart and in ignorangeofo the ~ways", of wiorldiness. , He lbelonged toithe~quaint and simple Danish city all his- life ?'s= entirely as: Thorwaldaen' belonged to it in his later yea', anid im'a more; inimiate way-a, proqprtion, to. thee'rpansiveness..of,,his own.. nature and the warmth and variotyiof his own, sympathies. .He lpbelonged. to,;evpry family,, and;had more,:.han the., entree -.-for,' after. all, that implies a. grace his- own place in evbry' household. With tlhe servants, as',witli the masters, he .was " dear? And'sedn,''. ad; nobdy. passed; ihimi without a .salutation., ,Inl that 'charming Danish a society "- frank, kinidly' lm'ple,'.cultivatediit wa a'ifhild theyi' badg .ýri...

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HEIDELBERG, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

HEIDELBERG, WEDNESDAT, Nov. lOe. This .,Council met .on the aboveo, date. Presont-Tho' President, and Crs. Bdond; Burrows, Piers, andDuncan. The minutes of last meeting wore road and confirmed. THE NIOHT-BOIL QUESTION. . Mr.' Hyam Hart, Town Clerk of' Fitzroy; Messrs. William and George Perry, of Fulham Grange ; Mr. Archibald Thompseg, of: Collingikood; and a:niniber ofFitzroy night-men, were present in the Council Chamber. The President: I see Mr. Hart and Mr. Perry, and other gentlomen ipiesent, and as I understand they are here in connec. tioniwith the night-soil liuestioni,I 'propodq that weo go into that matter first. There is a very voluminous correspondepce on this subject, but the Secrotary will: sift out the portion that we wish to have read at present. The Secretary then read the following letters :-From the Town Clerk of Fitzroy, asking the Council to grant permission "to the mnight-men named in. the margin" (Messrs. Lundie, Hall, Randell, Raine, and Kingston) to deposit ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COUNCILS. FITZROY, NOVEMBER 12TH, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

FITZROY, NOVEMBER 12 ;875.6. There. were, present at. the orc(lnary fortnightly.:meeting of' the' above.Counoll -His. Worship the Mayor (Cr. Mahoney) in 'th'e '6halr,? Crse. Ewing, Raw '?guvns, Showers, Woodhead, Lyons, Hackett, and Tucker. CO.lRRESPONDiNCaO. A commnnication from the Secretary of the Exhibition Commission, asking on their behalf for photographs of the Town Hall as it is at present, and as 1it will be when finished acoording to the architect's pketch. 'Cr. Rowe thought these photographs ought to be sent; as it showed the progress of the colony in every part. .He nibved that photographs be sent, at a cost not exceeding £.5. Cr. Woodhead seconded. Carried. A letter from the Chief Secretary's office informed the Council of the romuneration to lie paid to the Town Auditors.:, 'eI(f red to the Finance Committee. Cr. Woodhead presented a;, memorial from a' number of property. holdc. in Leideatr, atireet: east tof Bruniswi?l t4ee, drawring the Council's aittention to the di...

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CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

CHAPTER XIII. '"I Do not know whether I shall sink in your estimation," said Mercy, on commencing her narrative, "when I tell you that I am an American by birth." !';Oh no," siaid FrancesBracy, "we had~ guessed you: were not a native colonist, and fanoled you came from England; but we shall not like you any the less ;for being an American. We love America; there is something sister-like between your country and ours; we shall like you the better for being an American." "'Thank you, dear Frances. Six years ago,: then, I was living in one of the cities of our union; my father was a rich man then; and we were not lonely, as we seem now. The first great sorrow I ever knew came upon me at that time; I lost a dear and kind and gentle mother." "I did not think of your being motherless," said Eleanor, with self reproach, "when I fancied you had not k'nown sorrow. How selfish I must seem to you." " Oh noi do not say that; for I do not think it. I might have lost a mother in infancy, you know...

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FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

FRANK LAYTON. (AxN a.ArumTtLzW aSroRY.)'-' Y BY" G. E: SARGEANT. nIIOM " LEonU1U IIOus.*) ' ' "IT is very' beiutilful," said Eleanor again, with'another sigh; "but L " "But what?", whispered Mercy, looking upj from thei work she held in her, hand, lwhen ashe found1 that ithe sdrrobving one left th' sentende uncor?? ,pitted, . "I do not kniow what I would have said; and it does not matter.",.:. And' _then..followed. a silence,. broken only, by the faint clicking of needles. At length, Eleanor threw down her 'work impatiently--almost angrily, and ex. claimed:- ""I' wonder at -myself, that I should eit';downhere, night after night,' at this. hateful,: hateful work, as if it could do him any. good-poor, poor, ;Archiel'" and':the penttup feelings' at length found a ,passage in sobs and loy': are coime at'last.' "I'rwayafraig your heart' would; :break' without a signiiof.o'irriw.ii( Youiiwill'lie bette'i for this; we shall 'Allbe' better for 'it; ' and, weeping 'in"'sympatlij', Frances ht...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

.. PREIUeSTORIC GRAIN AND : FaUbT.--Car bonized vegetable remains have beeoon pro seried in great abundanco and variety, to assist,' as it' were; in elucidating the mdde of, lifeoof ancient lake-villagers. They un ,doubtodly raisod barley, wheat, and millet, sboVei'l kinds of each of these cereals having been ,found in the laoustrine:, deposits. Some of these species of grain were oulti. vated iin Egypt, and therefore are 'believed to have found their way from that country' to Switzerl{nd. Ryewas not known to the colonists, and oats not before bronze had come into use. Barley and wheat' appent either in grains,,sometimes in considerable quantities, or, more rarely, still retain the shapb'of 'oars; anil even carbonized wheat bread, in which the , bran);and the imper. fectly orushed grains,can be distinctly soon, has been found at Robenhatisen ' and Wangen., ':This' "unleovened , prehistbilo bread,;which. is, very. coarse ,and .compact, occurs mostly in fragments, but sometimes in'the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

CO Ib" ,C'A LciBA NK oQ ý'i% L LIaiTED) The l9 .p 198tli brr a `i} $i nd loon uoted in the now promises, 246 &'218: w .D h RTEET. General Banking Business transacted in all S ,, its branches. Interest allowed on Deposits at the follow in rates: WffkA ýhcio;4 C U. 1.1i`8pef t'WV Six MoNrs ... ... 4 , TwaEvo MoNTnsA.! "' ... 5 '.4 I IfA.,i.~p ; ALNE+R, Mlan ger. an4 A YeR~0 D PO:"ti imito "`' Fordi5 tobi'dº'"G %itnl;'Nbiiiinili00ood:"i ;; In 7000 shares of One pound. Payment=d2.U 2a. 6d. on qpglioptiln, ;,; on lpt?..lont, and liable to calls' of 2s.: d. per monith as may be required. Prospectuses, testimpoaals, and rules may 0e had at the ofiled, ob'r'No. 1'Collins street east,. This ompany oretoar ou in th b diptri t th tp?tA roces of M r ssandRfnm 1,fodIs of and uti"isingt nimalxcp~cta.."w night Ssoil, &'&, 'or th 'tLwn?s of Co lingwood and Fitzroy, under d13 dontrh'at:with the local councils and a lease from the Crown. Ten. derb'hlie'beenia'?bepted'fbr'thd'v...

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OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 13 November 1875

, . OLLA PODRIDA. 'uJA large'nuiber of bank deposit receipts and bills of exchange have been stolen from the Bank of.New South Wales at Ararat, . .8arlet fever has broken out in the Bandhurst Industrial Schools and Benovo lent Aiylum. The neow Ministry (Victorian) is com posed of five Presbyterians, one Church of England, one Roman Catholic, and one Quaker. M. Camillo Lorvrien, son of an opulent merchant in Paris, died at the Melbourne Hospital from injuries received at the Sandridge pier on Monday last. The fifth exhibition 6f the Nitional Agri. otiltural Society was opened on Wednes'day. At, Albury, last week,,a man presented a cheque for eight pounds at a local bank, an4 o eceived eight ten-pound notes in exdhango., Scarlet ` fever is now prevalent in and ;ground Bulloen, Temploestowo, .and Don: castor. Another claimant has appeared for the aueokley estate, Martin Coady, of Moate, Westineath, Ireland, claims to be a nephew of the late Mr. Buckley., Six persons have been drowned b...

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CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 November 1875

. . " ', En xvI. TREEE hou'rs or more had been occupied b" Frank .in hlspir't of'tho proceedings; id' thoe greater part df tho fattle' weore by t1}s time collected. ;,Mr. Br'aey, 'his overseer, and Mr.. Irvingi had arrived from. Hunter's Creek,. 'A tabid was ithti6iood atlthe'onr¶inc6 of, the' tocek yiral, with stock-book tuhd matorials'for writing; the, fir was Iindled forheating the branding irons; and the dismounted assistants were waiting the last arrival of stock and the closing of,the gate. SAs,'? ,Fil, ,til 'accompaniad by the stranger, passed his employer, he per ceived a ,cloud on his .brow, *hich deepeined when *the ''fidn'- familiarly a ldpessed him. - ,,I was:' not awaro,,hat .we, should have your assistance to-day,. Mr. -MtWeevil," said Mr. Bracy. "I'a ilihero, for all that, however," replied,Mr., M'Weevil, the sound of whose name at once recalled to Layton's remembrance the scone at the tavern, the secret recess in the mountains, and the 'suspicion attaohing to the man...

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CHANCES OF A "RELIGIOUS" WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 November 1875

OIHANCES OF A "R IELIGIO.US" S WAR. THn Spectator observes that all the world seems agreed that the next war in Europe is to be a religious' war. Mr. Gladstona-il:-Cn' rdinl" Manning, at daggers-drawn upon every' other question of religious politics, are in harmony in predicting that a grand religious war is either imminent or certain, and they express the latent or avowed belief of multitudes of lesser men. But, though everybody assumes the religious war, nobody tells us why he assumes it, or, indeed, in what way he interprets an exceedingly wide phrase. Mr. Gladstone, it Is true, in his now book offers us a reason, but then it is scarcely one which reasonable men can unhoesitatingly acecept. He says Rome intends war. Considering, however, that every creed is always at war with civil society, and that if the Catholic Church were true, the establishment of Its ascendancy would be a much higher cause for war than territorial extension, or even territorial safety, the accusation does ...

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