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COLLINGWOOD COURT. MONDAY, JULY 17TH. (Before the Mayor and Mr. Field. J.P.) CASES REMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

COLLINGOWOOD COURT. Meowt.lr, .Irty lT 17. (BIefore the Mayor anld Mr. Field, .1.1.) Four yongeglarriki ods ra eetirely (leorge ifotehiow. .laeo IReeler, .liln, lVil. liao.. anad Williae, %Icrelitdh were lchargei with breaking into the premises of \1r. Wil licm P'hilpot of .luJohllotoo.street, anl satealing therefrom one clock anl faour hooks. The evidence of Conetable Carter was to the effect that on Sunday alfternoa, he saw four oaung fellows gettiog 05er Mlr. l'llil1at'e leek fence. W&toes , gave hae. but they separatoled nal went in litterenot directionsa. After olong chase writons captrdal the pri. soer Hutchins. Constable lkcnnon anl Cook deposel to having arreoted Lawler. Williams, anll Mereslith. Sergeant Fentonl asked for a reoand uantil Friday, whlich vas greatel. lolh WatkihnI aged 14, IHenry Elliottt agal 1:t, andil oosc Qnick aged II, were Irought before His Worship chargaled with le ng inito the hoere ofJf1re. George, of Emierald-street, and stealing therefrom ...

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TUESDAY, JULY 18TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden and Levens, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

TujbAr, JL LY ISTII. (Before 31r. Alley, P.M., and Meters. MaIr ditt nlud ofrwwv . They end, Joha Egan and WilHliall sllhAer charged Withl the abov~e Offene. Theye eachl pleaded guilty, and were finud ls. with thu option of 24 houre in gaul. 1SSCULTI\G )IlMEAV10171t. Williai uetens wan clhieecl with insuelt- v ing lehaviour in a public place.. The evi- T dunce went to ,how that at half-pact eight te o'lock ln Satrlcy night the prisoner t, t heatieglhiicceifie in nlacillc-ctrect aieltliet F a crocl of percons were assemnlle to wit- ci nes the edifying exhilbition. Finedl 40s., of with the ption of seven days imprioeiineiti itI Mar- Ant n lletherington was chargeil with , a similar olfeice. The evidenceof Contable cal Lynne was t to the effect that oni Siunday night the priisoner wa iin JTlmhtone-treet ti aie wacs '' l "cling mdiel leinig" persons cho laid ecuaciou to puce. 191e eoiuicIlileu produciul a lip ucien which wna written what hie call- a naniple of the language a lwhich the ...

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THE STAGE. OPERA HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

THE STAGE. grxant norsv Olffelbacl' sparkling comic opera "La Perielhole" was perfortoel for the last time on Tueclay ovening. On Wdnesrmay cren inl Lecoco s popular comic opera " irolle wtirollca" wo given. alld hs boeen ronitg doarilg the work. Tihe character of tie toe sa "G iiro ollnc " 1Iiroill are token iy Misi cook Icy Mr. Eslwaertll'rley: ttcp]hteo D'Altcs aei bly Mlr. It S. C -elc; tiit thu..o .f.turora.. pretieoly esutained Iby Mits Maggic Icilie, lMic agcgie Steoat i lcet ca Micss llyeio ioyanl. Ti four covioic are al.o well givnc. Ttheme is a ponwerhfl nod foil churth. t(irolle o :if ra" will he tprolted aoict this eventing, and unltil further notice. Ltt evrening wit.crel tle hlast reuprece-. tlotio n iof " . (tfi lo1cr," tiscli ban fotrec long a tio e htelh its larne pletCorsflly Ott then troubl of the nlcre theatre. Iiciccut nothing ic itcelf to rocommeclti it. it had to deplcpi eclety ccc the poeeoos who took Iot in it, r nl its lotg rtt epeaks well for the rtmmernto...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19TH. (Before Messrs. Craven, levers, and Lewis, Js.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

CAIILTOX COURT. WxuEOr.<a.ar, .Irsv Turin. (refore ieners. Craven, Icvere, and Lewis, C.tstatle Slheehan larotollt ol youtht tnamed Thomas Oliver for insulting leolavior in a pubilic iplace. 'The evidence went to shllow tlhat tihe prinoner was in tinlverie street on Tole ny nllilng in a Ihalf drunken state, anl wa1s tolhaoting himself in a dis onlerly lanllllner. The lonstable told hin to go nawy}out he refused.whicnlupon Ine rrerl-olelll taken to thie lock-np. Fitno Jib., with the nalternative of 4S hoursm impri sonment.lt Frederick TIrnler wno pcoeeted for kiitg illeganlly on tilhe premises of a person eteen d Clark. iTpe prosecuto r now snid that tIte prisoner iad been given into clntoly in mis takel. Th'lel ncusedl was discdage. WIFE HVATING. iane Myall oununoned her husen td, Kinipton 1yiall, fornssault. Aftert ltthIi etsl healring of the coase their wor-tip ordered tilhe defendent to lind one surety it the snt of £10 and to etter into his own re rognisa ies ito the ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

TO THi El ITtut or Tlt rrm.UOT rCIT Y ares. Sit,--In your issue of last Satunlay I see a letter front " Voter' in oppositiot to tmln eare,tttt the plea that the' wilt take looger to accomplils a journey tlian the ornlinary neans of tranlic, throtugh their not Ibeing able to Mtop oluicklyto take rp pasenogenogere Now, Sir, stluct nol argunent will not tear analysis, an there is nothing more to prevent the tram care stopping an soon as n require than there is to prevent the orlinary mens of locomotion. In conclusion, lie stated that when voting on the New Tramway Bill takes place, it will be foultt thtihe eitizens will asho- their disapproval of the trone by vot ing against it, andl that he will Ieo one of thoce. I inoerely hope that, at least, tlhe citizens of Fitroy will not Ie itnfloenel by echl petty arguments as those advanlcl by " Voter," tat show their gtool sense by cot ing forn a ill, that if carretd into clfect, will prove a afe, comtfortable, anl speedy imeans of tanit, and...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY. JULY 17TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Marsden, Robb, and Raven, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITIIOV COUltT. Mn.sa..an..tr.t Lr7i. (Infare .Mr. Alley, l'.M.. naul Mctser. Manrs den, ttohhi, and iaven, .1.'.) nltrl'SE *'I, 111.4111MI1L1IS Wilians ltsrii. l'atriak S lsety. Alex anler Mair, and.Ineph Stepheins were seve rall eltargeR with eing. drunk and dis onlrdery. Iartielid and tepitens wrem melc tina.t s., nand Mair was linaled a. with li. ad. t ras, the alternative in eat ease twinll t_-llon mll risonmtent. Sleedy..whl hah 1 Steenatteter I out on1tntil in tsn nwin ienmg ?ý-"· etiriý.z-- ;fell il:·n."n. t s ; ýo'"nY1Q )limr Siy .lis.tnrs, or in default of ditnl ra there dayn intisonimteunt uwtlu blsa. n id. n 'ý-at"ei.. an~trta1atrtsk Jnltm Cauanit and latin Tense alian villiant ussell, were ehargtd rwith wilfully tarepasing upon and wilfu illy slamntaging the propertyr of W)illiant Merry. The prosecnutor deposedn that Iwtteet three and four uo'csik on ndrsna t mornting the front door of hiis house was unrt tonw anl tso uwintlws hrokl.l On oing to.ecw...

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SUNDAY EVENING LECTURES AT THE VICTORIA PARADE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

SUNIAY Eh'fNINfiI LIiC'I'tIfS AT 1'~I"'furogf I'A1l~lfli COHcifIf. fI AfTIOi'Af CIIHRLCHC.L --4---; ''Ioe senrrrd of ftl cuoursu of louturun on thu oluuk of BIthrer wat girvet lust Sluody t nuecing by thu InRe. Rlolort liuy. Tihu fun. t turor lug t fry brielly rernpitulating thue ur r' riratcnune ruprtrayod in the previous lto tc ture. 'rile nlat day of thu grunt froct Incl ,weer. As it drew to a lonue thu drinking wotn ioupur owlt thu reotrulot Ies suvure. The'I hrt of the king wns tuerry oitthntuu. In ti evil moumnut thu thought took 1rnosues ulun of the kiug that thle g rlory of tbinso promo nlight woulld be cllhlnoue l if tIlelllluul, ,t thle bocce of all the qlee-\ns-Vasht-if t beunty. 'Thu ruling pnnion, of throe on, nuno w~ithuont th~u put~ru of toff'ruitouitt, bugcnut 16 thou' Ittoff. f nuns a stlnant. Ito lho uondo thue feot to sheor thu rthres of Ildo glorious kingdomoa, anld now\ Ito must needs ultony lhi rir tele fur hu toi fotr to funk upon. T'gutoueditg fur \'oohtl stt...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

OItIOINAL CORRF'IONI)IIENCi. TO THE EDoITOV,Oe THE ITRnOcr CITY rooE . ISl,-t waoid appear that the Iligher the jolceoof oreorfheCa, anod the morn pohlltfty lnt la dlrnf to he ecatons of the Ilkecs' oonoof Milfero' Stntotee hoeortn epon the otones ttein of Oil ort weelgUt booed,' tIe Ices iofposl. floe onagleratec a llow to loal with otfemnere eelret c.lae prooteions of thocse eetlioo it tloe au fiheo fee rffbich n la lh efeodere atould ho deal t wtillt, Hor.e monoetohageonllroooswickf recteIkecr wae r0ommonedo to the Fittzroy Coirt for cell ilg roead othoerwlnee than by weighlt. The n nucof oljoet of lthe c hoecctlooowceto pot o Atop to, oreat aeit cheek tffe forueqolrnowet prcatico of cellinog elort weIght brood. It we prono l thieta nutrll,tlnt la to oy eone cdcetl 21,. loaf pouoneol oee thle iltooleot('s sofweep a fl e ooooceto worf of iie. The ohktreou of loe flc[ ct, Mr. ,loton a.tnoeloo. eloaoehoteoof it A 00 a tlngreclt 000, cnd oxf jo o fe regrot that t1e oteflanteot I notr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

".V,. cSol J8i R, tfj I, . iES' CO MKNOWO ni F F.1 It S 'r "fl l ''hl'l, 'P a itUe' 1 T1 0 ,R II O li " f dL . ILl, u)iP WT'.HlE ')uIIb I mlO ir, WWI: io k l ? Ai l'oiiii n I. fi ll 'il llil llt 1, "'e d I IO t "" , , - 2A l e l I ai Iu I 10 l iA WI? -lc? 11111N )litm ''i l T.L .l J 1 '' i ; ' 'i l, il" l " " I l r l1 ' ' '( IIi LL , I ,, ' 1 I, O D,1 E I, ?,l ',& I . It,\ e ,Stl I ,, itir ',T i la. i I' J 1 111, J,.,,-A.I S,,.de fl , Io ? ,l . , ' "Am HOUS - UB ORiTA''0Y &tll iiiatolitl 1i'beii I'o r if ) Itl' lrm. 't , . , .;: . , , N ... ... , IwLA 0H (1k A D 0LO rOKI P ,Li AKi Sult i ,8T E,, . IT1 inL ihtel AR', iri onG ih l frE ato Ikn I , ', TPal.inwa . B s ..B . , 1 .oo5 ? 7"T ;,.i.Olmei rc him l ") I ''i ', .' l entI. Ald .in ,' l ;oa d ;'" ' i]|ll , ],, S ? l',,, iEl',',, , i ,E iY ''l "llci ,cr l t /ll \ll ,ofT itll'l1~ 1^ 1 tll,* "; r ,AT LR'IIIAlTO AGlO MUTAlIK,, " a N 'sh I'II" AND lE un""Ainsml cittti iwlaiani< n" I "' I* 23*ljtI il^^/^^ Ir o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

SPECIAL COLUMN. HA CIItALLEN E NUE. ADVANCE FITZROY. A COULSON,. LATE J. P. DENEHY, DEFIES COMPETITION. FURNITURE At WHOLESALE PRICES, Made On tle Pirmises. NO PUFF. INSPECTION INVITED. Before spending HARD CASH olsewhere. 107 BRUNSWICK STREET. A IlRElo, BOOKBINDER, 1i5, Ocr H tnlde-street, Fitzroy. Plaino and Or ocorettl Ilooklbeldjot-. MotlCe oeteeo"1ly and flexibly hound. Aloooe and old leooks r* houond. Portfolios made Cto oy size. Rook. edgosogilld. Numlering, Perforating, c., promptly and well done.. .+it 191 JOSEPH. EILLIS A CO'S, 1, FLINDERS LANE E.AST, t OAL .V A NI EI IRON, to 1'Cai %%I,0 Coooionot~oo~e,, AT IREDUCE) RATES, R Cost ntilot tCloianol Spootiog. Fittinog of ve7 ry)Dscription. ? 1Vter, (:as, 1kell', lSpeskiog Titeos. American l'fump', Urinals, Cast. Ooaloianol and Enamelled Sinks, ]lumoooer' Rcncoooork. :-ply Indin-rnolber Obes. oe. THOMPSON AND SON, T Manufacturers of ALL KINDS OF IBRUSHWARE, 1O IIIRUNSWIICK ST. -c The Chcapest ilouse in thle District for L Hon...

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OUR STORY TELLER MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER X. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

OUt STORY TELLER 1 A Is IO1A'S CURSE. w" Ciatcene X. (Outiaouel). V IN " I'Prcily thereason I did not tell von,' Ic orial Nesta, gaily. "l at rather prood of ii lula:; atpiocsl to litW first coouic to King tl Oteronri. andt capable of hidiong ryself it. an a acorn wheniever I feel so diisposed." " hlas, lote repeatetl the graer Wii r foil. -Sir aIloccol desalnr to know how tl this teorn:ent, which is of ghater value ii than roe have supplosaed. came hither. It is a rigtitally hie, and he ulc li ike to question tught iCped cooceroing it." tI "Always supposing,"' atoll Sir Etduend," that coc ceanot tell use lwhat I nek to T lca i-can I not,"replitlN Stat, nuchouer-ve prir-t. "Itlayo Inlglitotsshelf one day I that I c had tren phagutiig himl. I was k younreracrl not eo disticet then as now," at etr ittr-itrrlttrel helf toecty. with. aecy ily Aol whoa tacked, *Willtyogivere tis e abeaoord. .Av, or aught else it that I havte, bor that ye will but leave ile inI s p tave.' togr Ilhio, ire ...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTOKY AND INFLUENCE. (B RIt. C. irILLon, Lirnarrc, Frevnor P'oetre Llnany. Preparcedl by R. C. Min..rre, and read before the Pitzroy, Wealeynn, iMutual Im provement Aeoetotion' September, 187;(i. Books are tihe treasuries of knowblege anrl experience; they contain whatever geios hbas invented. laoour discovered, leanting colleteio and judgmceot arratiged. Tihe eneornoro which have beenireioatowal upon irooks are verry numcerous; they ore repreaeoterioa the cefore of troth, obieh is iroished out of eonversatioc: as staerdint counsellors or preechere, always at hand, andl always disintoeretedr; haring this ad vantage over all instructions, that they are ready to repeat their lesson as -often as rwe please. Iooks supply the want of masters, antl even in some oeo ru the want of geiorus arrnd invention, and can raise tihe idullest ier sons who havre memory, above the level of the greatest geniusese if iestitrte of their heip. Perhapsa their hiighest glory is tihe ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

ORIGINAL CORRESPONIIENCE. lnt letl TO THE EDITOR OF TIIF. FrT.IIOC crrr CRss. Si,-It would appear tlhat the higher the 1ho price of bread rises, and the more publicity ye that is given to the sections of the Makers' cdl Millher Staute Iearing upo the ques tint of short weitlht bread, tho less diopo. 1 tion magistrates show to deal with olfenlers against the pruviuions of these seotions ill nj the mlaxiauml inwhich nuch offenders should 1118 hIe dealt with. )1n Some monthl ago aBruanswicktreet bakler orw was eumloned to the.Fitzroy Court for Tell. a0 tog bread otherwise thau nby weighit.The T an avoweda olbjed of the prosecution wa to plt hit a stop to, or at least cleh thle tlo-prevalent he prcetlce of slling short weight Iread. It w1 wno lrovel that a iiiall, that is to say a o. alt cglledl 1I,. leaf purciaeled at the lefendant's eli stotp was five oltuces short of Tbll. The coi chairiuii of the leiiehi. Mr. .louliu Ji'Mlioor , w"1 charnterised it as a flagranit case, and ex- oF pr...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

TO TIl EDITORlK Ft THll. FrITPOT CITT 1'HY9. Sid,-In reference to a letter which up. peared in your Inst issue signel "Rate payer." I ton folly unlntontiate his remanrks. Tho lal in question is simplllly disgraceful. Large anms of mioney are eming pendlrl in forniig a stone channel.,wc iw n ry lmlluhle oopuio, no ins tile opinion of a grout ninny otLhers, oold ery well Ihave loser din. peonel with, at lkst for nnumber of years to ome, wnhich world have beln far more prolitably and l satisfactorily expendedl in formning and repairing the otrents, roads, and right-of-way., in the City of Fitzroy. 'rlse roal in aonotion ofter todoy (Thorlay's) milo is almost illlpnablel, alilst it is 11 ilusuanl thing to see torts hoggled therein. Trusting tlhat the Council will takle steps to have the road made lirmn 1nd proper, I beg to relmain, Yours respectfolly. A IWOADSTEII.

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BEATING THE BOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

BEATING TILE BOUNDS. The revivsal of this nneient custom lby the ni Mlaysrof Fitzroy, Cr. Holden, took place on to Thurslay last, and created ronsiderable in terest amongst the citizens. At aboot 10 aom. a p re.ssin headed Iby theLife float Bt Fife Bind, and incleding the looper, coon- Ti cillors, city oflicials, representatives from TI other councils, and ahout fifty youths lear ing white wands and banners, started from A tee Town Hall, Moor-street, andl proceeded alongthe route annooncel. Thel annersin- SI dicated the variouis stages of prgress through shich Fiter.- hnas ssedl-fro ia iunieipality in 1858, toroogl it ISi. tosw I) ito 1870, sill it reacede the cohtoicatiog V toint as a city in 1878, thlis later fact being di anonoone d ics redletlers, cit aprettyswlhite at blanoer. A red-lecter day indeed it was for ti Fitzroy, and one of whlich the citizenls may It welllieproud. SNoincidehluoft nygreatin- - lereet ooourree until tih Pavilion ii Victoria c Parode was reached. As thi...

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SUNDAY EVENING LECTURES AT THE VICTORIA PARADE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

SUNDIAY EVENISN LECTUREIES AT THE VIITOItlA tAIiAiE CONCGIE nATIO\NAL CHURICH. The second of the coose of lsurea on the Book of Eother wee given last isisslay evening by the IRev. Robelrt ey. The lee tertr Ilogos by tiriety recapitulating the cir eaoetaooses Ieroyl in the previous lee ture. The last day of the great east htos come. As it drew to a close the drinking was ldeeper and the restraint loas serei. 'The heart of the kinss waes merry with wine. In ,it evil oeomet the thought took possos ehoi of the kiog that the glory of thtos u premoe otlgt woold sle eohooeet if the qsrogo, tihe quseen of all the queens-Vaahti-if Yalsti wouold present herself and display her bensoty. The riliog passion of the man, now witsout the posror of self-reetraiat, bsegon to show itself. lie was a vain moes. Ite had miade the feast to shower the rihnes of Ihia glorious kingdom, anc now hre moot needs dlisplay hlis 1queen, for ele is fair to look uoys. Tlhe sending for Valshti and her h r fuaol to col...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

REDUCED PRICES .!!! WHOLESALE CLOTHING COY., PRLrMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. GEELONG TWEED TROUSERS REDUCEI) TO 10s. 60. FORMERII PRICE, 1L:. (hl. WILLIAMSTOWN TWEEDI) TROUSERS, TO ORDER, 9s. G1. We have a very extensive Stoelk of WORSTED COATINGS, ( g.ur. ers.), SCOTCH CHEVIOTS, WEST OF ENGLAND) TWEEDS, OIO-ES'PUXNS, te., Warrantet Shrunk and to Measure. PRICOE LIST: GEELONG TWEED Trousers from - - 10s 6d Trousers and Vest - - 18s 6d Sac Suits - - - - 45s Od We aprepared to eccnte all orrsi crtrusted to no in the beet LONDI)ON STYLE. with GUARANTEED) GOOD FIT. SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP. CAUTION. As rseveral SMALL FIRMS are copying our advertisements and style of shops to ldeceirve the pollie, and supplying INFERIOIR goons at sone list of prices, in, some c- es also FIIPETEDING they are connected with this ir. IPlease niote our only Jtabllisuelnts are 1 MASTERN IARKEET UtILDIONS, SOURKE STREET EAST, los GERTRUI)E STREET, FITZROY, 4 VICTORIA STREET.I WEST MELSOURNE, .2 and 3t CLARENDON STR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

EDWARDU CORNELL'S GREAT WINTER CLEARING SALE, HAS COMMJIENCED AtT ROCHESTER HOUSE Comer of Smith not fol Streeto. COLLINUWOOD,. Aro at MADELINE. HOUSE, CARLTON... Read the Special Price List just issued And innke your poreases rearly. ENGLISH ALE. BASS'S No. 4, IS SPLENDID CONDITION, OS DUOItrtT AeT TIIE NATIONAL HOTEL. BIRUNSWICK STREET. ARK Brandy Drinkers nadmit that IBar D riaooon 1h70, as obtained at the Na tional Hotel, is nnorauallrd. Irotnlies, Whiskies, Winer, and Rtnn. nre all taken out of hond by the proprietor of THE NATIONAL HOTEL One of Allcok' Ilcoat Tables. Single Bottles at Wholesale Prices. It. P'OTIER, Pauuralcrun. .I BOUIRKE STrIEET' EAST' W. PILLEY, i -USE DECORATORS a&. VE1 E "1TeD, WHOLESSA LE & FAMII1Y GROCERI: TEA DEALER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, Iil & 153 BRUNSWICK STREET, FITZROY. WM. TIHOMPSON, WiIOLEOA4LE AND, IETAIL GROCERI AN I) IONMIONGEIR, :147 BRUNSWICK STREET, FITZROY. J. GRENN EN, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER, 1i1 SMIITIt STREET, F...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, JULY 22nd, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 22 July 1882

4its00ro i -3 Vrcs!i. 1 iA:TUMIDAY, -JULY ±2nd, ISt2. TlE tmuiptila horizon ohasnOmewhat cleare-, nld the ratpayers can nIow comprelhendl the situatnion more clearly. There are at present six endlidlates in the field, Messrs. Moore, Lyons, gEnoa, Blritten ltenettsi, and (rig-' lMears. oeni, Lyons, and Clnasen- are thei retiring councillors, the two fonner of whom are calodidates for re-eleeticon . Ir. Moore being also, if report speaks correctly. desir on of miaynral hioaunir. Ioth these gentle. men have been before the pubIlic in public capacities for seceraln yenars, nld the rate payers harve, therefore, the orest tt ot a:thoroughldyecuoiinniuotonnodpaiotat ir to thoe :diohaige of fljir pnhliodutiea, anl a.....tpcýdiotnitotnnintOra tl,,i,,otit of very considerabnle experiierd, n xpeeinie-r~...,.: hasn serve to reinder themselves successful in their prinvate ciapacities, and the nvalue of which, therefore, to the ratepayern., must inot he under-estimated. They are both ma terinally...

Publication Title: Fitzroy City Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FITZROY CITY ELECTION. MR. DENNETTS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 29 July 1882

1on, liRNF.TT' r 01RnTING, . Mr, W. It. Bonnaelttea ldii~A ;Ioeoting of hils friend andl supporters at .the Bruns. wick Hotel on Monday oeenin last, I. Del. hrdlge, earn,, Ileing In thil elhair There wos a gool alttendsca, Imny oln and Infienllai reildetan nbeing preit snit The enhalraan brioly nexpreuai mle pleitre in preailengon a tiu an occalonn altl nlder oth el, ircllon tanooce, ir,leonunaetta-tlhoi ct ddnitt--ws an oli alnd reajotod frlaec of Ilia. nodl all resined in tine dlotrilt lel bmoyinaoli. lie hll canred thie ratelo nold eonlideona of Itll fellow.iliolze., antdi thlnrounghly ldeserrned to Ite retanatd at thie hal of tile ipoll. ,Mr. ]lenanette nw appenarel befortn the nor thei first tn oiras candidale for la s oclicipn l lhore, aoni it wioellI not bo right no oxact ti nllnlly plIngee oetlind from him lianor to binhcd hhi dowH e t t ien woeld.I tlil iIe hiltter jnglnalt Cfetteredn at any fltiure dnoe. lie anc a Rhlilent oIrtn Id to ciOesafIhll oilne with a Inrgo pmetica...

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