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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

TTNITA6IA.N CHUECH, MACQDARIE U S1BE.ET.— SEEVI0E8 on SUNDAY, at II a.m. and 7 p m,, Aleo a Beligions Service for children every Banday Afternooe, at 3 o'clock. The Bev. JAMES PILL A hS, B.A , will Lecture Tomorrow Evening on 'Tbe Li'e aad Writings' of Edgar Allan Poe.' HIDE OHUROH OF ENGLAND, Temperance Hall, Pitt-street, EUNDATS, at 11 and 7. Marmges, &a., without oompulsory fees— voluntary offerings only. Bight Bev. Dr. BAILEY, Biehop of tte Free Church of England in New South Wales. Pirvats resideBce, 41, Bnr ton- b tree t, rionth Head Boad N.B.— Bev. V7. Chaucer will preach lo moirow even ing at 7 P-Q. : ' ? |^HRISTADELPHIAN8 meet at coroer of \_/ Pitt and Bathorst streets, .at 11 a.m. Ssbjeot (at 7 p.m.): 'What oonBtitutea an heir to the King dom of God,' Roberts' 19 Lectures ob tbe Teaching of Ibe Bible can be bad at tbe meeting. ALMAIN PRESBYTERIAN ' CHUBOE— The Bev. OOLIN MeOTJLLOOH, late of Queensland, will PEE ACH in the above Cburoh TO-MOKBOW, the 7th in.tant, MO...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How to Cook a Man. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

How to Cook a Man* If any one of ns looks forward to being eaten by cannibslH, be may wish to be informed bow be is likely to be cooked. It !b a comfort to know that the savages who may devour him are by no mears devoid of refine ment in tbeir culinary disposition. Some Frenob sol diets of New Caledonia were lately taken prisoners by tbe Kanaka, sed one of them was killed and eaten. U.ID bUUllBUCII UVOU1IUD LU|] UlUUQDRl 1UO J^VUtliVQ U1PU decapitate their victim, a matter of no email difficulty considering tbe blnntnees of thtir katohets. Ten to Sfteeu blows are necessary, The boiy is then long ap to a tree by tbe feet, and tho blood allowed to run out for an hour. Meanwhile « bole a yard and a bait deep sed a yard wide is dug in the ground. The hole ib lined with etones, and ibes is the midst of them s great fire is lit, When the wood is burnt down a little and glows with heat, it is oovered over with more s'.onei. Tbe man is then oletned out, and divided into pieces about a feat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

?pEOPEKTIES FOR SALE. 1 The oniJeriigned has amongst others the following ftepertiea for SALE:-; ' AAEeld, near the Etatiou— Brick Home, nearly ceir, a 4 roomi, kilcheu, and sernnt's room, with one O sere of land; £410 * Aihfield— 10 acres of Land, «0 per mm Hooter's Bill— Stone Oottige, slated, 4 rooms, £186 Glaaeiville— Cottage, 6 roomi, dairy sheds, aviary, Ao., B 5 terea of land, fruit and vegetable gardens M BalmaiB, 6hort-«lreet— Brick and Stone Cottage, 4 rooms, kitchen and letrxnl'i r«om i £350 o- Balmtin, BtewBrHtreet-6tene Cottage. 4 rooms, hsl', M verandah, good garden, land 89 z 99; £215. D Mewtown— Cottage, 5 rooms, allotment SS x 100, £160 -. Mewtown— Verandah Cottage, 4 roomi, kitcben and cervaat's room, Ebed, allotment 66 x 8? I ; £400 J NewtoWB, near Congregational Ohnroh— Briok Cottage —4 r.oms, allot sect 198x200; £350. Glebe— Brick House, 6 rooms, 2 kitohens, passage, sheds, 30 x 84; £350 £ Glebe, Short-Btreet— Cttage, SroomB, 30 x 150; £160 £ Glebe, DervenUsttee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

THE PEIHOE OF WALES' BIBTHDAY, TUBSDAY-NKEr. W* At *bs ALBERT GBOUHU Under the 'mmagnaent of the f ports Committee. ATHLETIC AND OTHER SPOBTS. The, EXCITING CONTESTS on BIOYOLBS, AIM THE GBEATEST JEDESTBIAN CONTEST e?er witness' ia the colonies, between 'BAKER and HAMILTON. In the SSVtN (7) MILES WALK, (28 times rouna the oouree,) starting at 12 o'olook, tor (he, GHA«PIONSBIP acd £110. The PBIZE MONEY competed for at this meeting anonnta to upwards of £160. GATES open at TEN o'clock. By hind permission of Messrs, ALDERS0N eud SON8, their SPLENDID BAND will attend, and play favourite musio, including the following selections:— God' Bless toe Prinoe of Wales... ? B. Biohards Quadrille-Pompieres do Fiance ? J. Riviere Waltz— Pal o' Mine ? W. H. Hanks Folka-Jolly Dogs ? 0. Marriot, Cancers ? Original ? llid Galop— The Ghost ? V. Mjwgrave QaaarUIe— Scotch ? J.Biviere Weld— Kathleen Mavourneen ? D'Albeit Qoick Msrch— Sonnsmbnla ? Sathnun Bohottisohe— Fashionable ? Riviere Gstep— 8 o'clock...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

Attkb the politioal biokerlnga and the obstinate obstruotivencss * of the week, it ?was gratifying to find tbat there was one subject on which .the Legislative Assembly could be unanimous, when adjourning Jast evening to Wednesday next, in order to keep holiday on the Prince of Wameb' birthday. — —~ .—.^.^...^ Tfwo iivfw uu avuvuuyul i Do pro posed holiday, nor had it, so far as wo are aware, any referencs to -bis Boyal Highnes! individually ; but the aubieot very naturally called up the kindred one of our relations to the parfent country, ana hero a ohord was touched which awakened res ponsive cheers from all parte ef the House Sir Jambs Martin took oooasion to T6fer to what he oorreetly designated the impertinent attempt of owtain persons in England to summon a Congress of colonists at West minster to settle the character of our future relations with Great Britain. Eeferring to the fact that hints had eyen been thrown out with respect to a colonial allianoo with the United States ...

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The Last Shot. FRIGHTFUL DEATH OF A BRIGAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

The Last Shot. FRIGHTFUL DEATH OF A BEIGiKD. The Italia of Nsplei gives further details of tke death ef the brigand chief De Martino. This man was one of the mest ferccioua bandits that ever infeetjd tbe AbrofE), and waa bIwsjs acMmpanied in his inenr eioBB by b woman, £ves more inbomsn tban birasslf. For some time past tbe Boyal troops bad been follow ing his traces, and had Bt last learnt that be frequently nnittri tkn hard with his mistress to indnlee in wild orgies in - Btnall valley completely looked in by moon. taitB, en the territory of Psgliettn. Some days back a detschmeBt, while seuching tbat district, discovered in a thicket a sort of hut made of branches. One of tbe men Bpprosched sileBtly on bia hBnda and knees, aid, believing that be heard a noise inside, relumed and informed his companions, who then surrounded the spot, and called ob the person coLcaaled to surrender. The reply wes a pun shot, which, strock a carbineer named Catnse in ihe leg, bnt tbe flub bad set ire...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

TELBORAPEld 31BBBASE8. BCBLBOtTENE. r, . Frifl*v- It is reported that (he owner of Warrior netted £11.000. To-day has been observed as a partial holiday in lieu of a holiday en Tuesday next, the -Prinoe of Wales' Birthday, which will not be kept ap so gensrtlly as usual, in consequence ot the mail for England leaving on that day. THE BA0ES TO-DAY. Bozax, Pass Stakes. Peeress - ... ... ... 1 Soladin ... ... — 2 Glenooe ... ... ... ' PLTTBa SXAZBS. CosurdeLeon ... ... ... 1 Melancholy Jacques ... ... * Oiteassian ... ... ... 8 SfRBO HlKDIOAr. Monk ? 1 Warrior ? 2 Paddy's Land ? 3 OOBMTHI&H 0r/P. Palmsreton ... ... ... 1 I* I* ... ... ... .« 2 Detective ... ... ... 3 Foto-tiIe-oijvStaees, Prator ? 1 Hiss Oonetanoe... ... ... 2 Flying Dutchman ... .-8 Fxptt Pouhd Plate Uisiylfora ? 1 PcftKU ? 2 SaaoyDiok ... ... ... 3 The attendance was very poor; the weather very stormy.— Empire. . The barque Kialto took the ground daring tbe night, bat was got off, and is bow coming up the bay...

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WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Cloete, W P.M., and Mr. Breillst.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

WATEB POIJOE OODBT. (Before Mr. Oloete, W P.M., snd Mr. Breillat) Two drunkards were pnmehed. Alexander Bmi'h, an old vagrant, was eent to gaol for three monthe. William Eitchie, for neglecting to exhibit a light ob board the vessel Obaoabuoi, whilet lying in a fair way, was fined 20s., or in defanit seven days' impri sonment. Joseph Cole was brought before the Court upon HUcpiulOU UL UblDg Ol iuiwuuu uiiuu. in appcnicu iubv constable Boyd arrested the prisoner in George street. He had been running along the street apparently muoh exoitod, and finally threw himeelf upon the ground. When the constable approaohed he said ' Don't touch me, Almighty Sod ie going to fake my life here,' or words to that effeet. Suspecting that h e reason was impaired, the constable took him in custody. Dr. Egau and Dr. Bwnell deposed that they bad examined the prisoner, and found tbat he was of unsound mind, and ought to be placed nsder restraint The Bench ordered him to be sent to the Lunatic Beceiving H...

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ADELAIDE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

ADELAIDE. Friday. Arehdeaoan Twopenny's funeral, at Riveiton, was largely attended. The Governor and suite returned t« town imme diately afterwards. His absence oaused great disap pointment at Wallaroo, bat tbe Parramatta engine web fltartsd notwithstanding. I JUeporta have been reotived of busnranging on tne Battier Baiges. Mr. Beynolds tabled a notioe of motion that the oondeot of (he Agest-Seneral, as shown in the Carres' pondenoe relating to certain railway plant indents is not satisfactory to the House. Theoorn market is firm. Wheat 5a 7Jd. The arrival «f the F«nong in Sydney is likely to oheck operations til1, ce ,vs is received, - Herald, Model Pratio Sobool, Foet-bteeet.— Yesterday afternoon the annual exhibition of drawing, needle work, &c, of the girls' department in the above school was held. M-, Parkcs, M.P., President of the Council of Education, oceapied the chair. There was a large attendance of visitors, notwithstanding the iDolerofnt state of the weather. Th...

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An Assassin in Berlin Cathedral. Berlin. August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

Aa Assassin Ih Berlin Cathedral. IFnm the Time? porrttpmdent.'i BerliD, Auemt II. ' I believe in God tbe Father, God tbe con, snd God the Holy Ghost,' . 'Yonlfel* A ehot, a o-y, a general commotion. On Sunday, August 8, in the presenoa of a nomeroes ooneregatioaThis^aorilegieus scene wm eaucted in the Oithtdrt.1 Ohuroh of Berlin. Tbe Bev. H. Heinrioi m stKBdinv before the attar ranitintr Ihn Rolisf »fi» a young man, risiDg from a frent »e»t and interrupting the olergyoiftB, gave him the lie, and at ecoe ditoharged a pistol at bis breast. The eext moment be was in the h*ad« of the eextoo, «nd quietly snfcred himBelf to be led sway to tbe vestry. A portion of the congregation, sealed at a distance, having only heard the report and seen tbe curling amoke, without any definite notion of wh»t w*b going oo, immediately began to move towards the door, and creating considerable tomalt; but thoee near IhealUr, who bad been witsessas«f the d»ri:g attempt, retained their seati. . In preserving...

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Insolvency Court.—This Day. SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

Insolvency Conrt— This Day. SUBBUTDBB, Edwin James, of Bydsey, late of Carcwu, railway porter- O»use of inseivenoy : Failure in business and Falling health ; also loss of employment for eighteen months, Liabilities, £81 Ob. 3d. Aesete, £4. De ficiency, £77 Os, Sd. . Mr. Sempill, offioial assignee.

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A Fearful Death. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

A Fearful Death. Six young people, tbe Eons end daughters of a Mrs. Libby and Mrs. Tuner, recesily attempted to cross as arm of a lake near Charleston, Massachusetts, Tbe boat was old, and on entering there kbb at least two inohn of water in the boat. Tie water ran ia at the oraoks in ihe boat's s:des, but did not seem to attreot their jiotiee, and when about fifty feet from shore, the i-innf canlr licnaatb ikam nninn rinnn linvi*Anl-a11«r Tfe hapless occupanta all went down to the bottom with it. Charles and Eugene Tomer and Julias Libby ooold swim. Addie and Ceoil Libby sank. Ai the onfor tunate victims rose to tbe snrfaoe, there was nothing for them to grasp but one another. He bsat was oat of their, reach ; one or two o'd paddles and.bita of boards did.net avail to aid them, Addie caught bold of Flora; Charles, who could swim, caught Flora Turner, and, finding they were sinking, poshed Addie off, bat both eiek to tbe bottom,: Charles, finding unless be released himself from her ...

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Police Pro[?]edings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M ; and Messre. Palser, ([?]rke. and- Cam[?]bel.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

Police Proceedings— This Pay. CENTBA0 POLICE CO0KT. (Before Captain EcoU, F.M ; and Messrs. PaUer, Oltato. and- OimnbelLI Several drunkards rerefinei. Peter OanDingham, for gambling in tbe market, was fined 10&, or three days to gaol Sarah Miller was sent to gaol for three months, being convicted as a common prostitute. Jimes Carroll, for wilfully breaking a quoniity of oroekery of ihe value of SOs , belonging to Thsmae Fox. wm ordered to oav tbe amount of damage, or go to gaol for seven dave. . - Ah Mag, a Ghinamaa, was seat; to gfto! for ttree months for stealing a pair of boots, the property of Mr. Way, of Gsojgwtreet,

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Shipping. ARRIVALS.—November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

gripping* ABBIVAL8.— November 5. Dismsntina, steamer, 200 tone. Brietovr, from Mary borough 28th ultimo, Passengers— Messrs. Macsney, King, and 6 in the steerage A.S.N. Co,, agents. Egmont, etesDser, 280 tons, Wall, from Rookhamp ton 27th ultimo, Passengers.-— Messrs. IJarptir, Lord, and 18 in the steerage. A.S N- Co., agents. November 6 City of Hobart, Btaimer, 362 tone, Glinob, from Hobrt Town 2nd instant, Passengers— Mr. and IDs. Bcott, Miss Butter, Captains Smith and Hoard, Meesre. M'K»y, Warner, Hill, Little, and ana is the s'esragr. Willie, Merry, and L'oyd, agents. DEPARTOBE — November S, William Tutner, barque, for Valparaiso. November 8. R.M.S GeeloBg, fcr Galle via Melbourne, i'fa Witoh, sobooner, for South Sea Islands. CLEARANCES. -November 4. H.U.8. Getlong, 1200 tons. Dundas, for Galle, via Melbourne. P«seengere — Far Marseilles: J. Pope, George B Dibbs. For Southampton: Lieut. How B. Bingbam, Ciptfiifi snj Mrs. Priaulx, Misses (2j end Master Prinnlx, ted servant, Miss ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

' SB^I^M 'ffigPWEY TOTHB HUNTBB. ; tHIS S&TDBDAY NIGHT, at 11, the.MOBPETJ ; H«W0A8TLH TO BIWCSX. . UaiKOBPlra oa TUESDAY M0B5ING,*t 1 ' T. J. THOMAS, Kansgei, ' , g^f**^^ M'rfc-t-6ft!-ett-. MR^j^X STKAMNAViaiTIOKOOl y^ygggPAirrs 8tbak8hie&-« TO HUNTB8 BIVBB. OOLLAROT, Monday Morning, at 6. TO MELBOUENK. BAKGATIBA. Wednesday Afternoon, at 4.80 Hwri*—e«bin, £8; return, i5 10s ; Saloon* jE8; wta £10; SUeraea, £1 We. - 'TO AUCKLAND. AUCKLAND. Monday Afternoon, at 6, Takir PassMjgara and Cargo for all th» Forts in tl . Hortbsm Ialand. . ? '? TO BBrSBABTE. LADY 10DNG, Wednesday Afternoon, at 6. TO MABYBOBOTJGH. BLACK BWAN, about Monday. 22nd instant, at S p.n TO BOGEHAMPTON via GLADSTONE. SGHOOT, MoDday Afternoon, at 5, , .. PBEDK. H, TBOOTOI?, X*asg«. A^Mf, O9.'- Wharf. Susatt staet £»3t mo passengebb' fob londoj SmBe1 ?' Hie new dipper-built ship '???*,?:? . CO&OtBSABY, ?'..??; 1000 Tow, B.M., Al 14 years, FRiSOiS WAGSTAFF, Commander, , Will be .despatched for t...

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DIARY.—November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

DIABY.— Novbmbeb 6. 8m j Pas W.m Moon High Water. !t,ra ; h.m. i kirn. j k^ j h,m. I h.m, 4.66 ,632 j 6 58am. j 8,40p.m { 9.41 [ 10.2 ^SErreireijg— First Qaartar- 11th 1(5. O.tm, p a, Cj?e evening ^e\»g, SATDBPAT, KOVEMBER 6, 1869.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 November 1869

BIRTHS. On the second instant, at Pymont, Mrs. Asher Day, of a son. On the 4th instant, at Jarvisfield, Mrs. J. M. Antill, of a son. On the 4th instant at her residence, Miller's Point, the wife of   James N. Rogers, of a daughter. On Friday night, the 6th instant, at her residence, 229, Pitt- street, Mrs. B. H. Cohen, of a daughter. On the 5th instant, at her residence, 240, Castlereagh-street, the wife of Mr. George William Watkins, of a daughter. Both doing well. On the 31st October, Wentworth-street, Miller's Point, the wife of Arthur Young, of a son. MARRIAGES.   On the 1st instant, at Bendemeer, by the Rev. John F. R. Whinfield, Peter Scott, Civil Engineer, Madras, India, to Alice Elizabeth, fifth daughter of Thomas Agustus Perry, Esq. On the 5th instant, at the Society of Friends Meeting House, Devonshire-street, Sydney, Walter Hobson, of Saffron Walden, Essex, England, to Christina, daughter of George Cox, Esq., M.D., of Fairy Meadow, near Wollongon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

A 8 H F I ELD. BARLOW'S DDIAIT TROUPE OF EDUCATED DOGS and MONKEYS Will give a. GRA.ND PEUFORMAKCH TO-NIGHT and TO-M0HR0W (Tuesday) EVENING, the 8th and 9th icstant, in his spacious Matquee, erec'el near the fiailway Station. Also Mr. GEORGE SIMMS nil) assist during the eveeing in his characteristic im personations. Thi« will be tto LAST APPEAB ANCBof this truly Bonderfal EnUrtainment. Prioes of admission : First-cluEs, Ss ; cecsnd, la, Doors r pen at half-past 7 ; commence at 8, Children, balf-pr'.ce. AFrEBNOON PEBF08MANCE, TO-MORUOW, Tues: ay, 9ih. commencing et fcalf-past 2 o'clock. pBINCE pF WALES BIRTHDAY. ANNUAL 0011MEHORATION of (he ANCIENT OEDER OF FOBBSTERS. GBAND F0BESTER6' FETE AKD ESCUSSION TO BALMORAL. Thr- Steamer BUNTKR will leave the foot of John ftreet, Pyrmont, at haif.past 8a,m-, ed^ ply from the Circntar Quay throughout Ihe dav. Relreehrcentsmay bahed on the ground, Tiekcts. 2s. each, may be bad on the wharfs. COUET UNITY, No. 432, M.A.O.H.F.— The Members will pl...

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Extraordinary Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

Extraordinary Charge Af tbe Higega'.e Petty Sessions, yesterday, Miss LihibsCoi, a youfig lady reeiding wiih her parents at Stefford-honee, Eut'-ecd. Fin oh ley, appeared before Colonel Jeakes, lir. Elan.snd Mr. Lemello lo answer tiro EUmruoneea taken ont by Or. Beroon. The first wa-i for maliciously breaking, iujnrinp, end epciliog a certain box, bis property, thereby i''oinp damage to tbe amount of 5?. The second for nnlosfalij tafing and holding, without iu-.t caure, certain papers and writings, his prof rrty. Mr. Poro'ime, junior, appeaitd to prosecute, sod Mr. Poncionc, teaior, defended. Dr. Reuben B'roon, who raid he was a teachirof laa euagcF, Ui.ctor of Laws and Philosophy, t'chol&r end Exhibitioner of Oxford, an 3 mow residing st 2, Tic toria-roal), Fiscbley, deposed that in February latt Mies Louisa Cox w.s fntrodnced to kirn by the aifislent-master ff Esst-end College, Mr. Grcom. They wfrn engaged to be marricii shortly afterwards by tie consent if her parents, an...

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Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs. Vickery, Evans. and Spence.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

Police Proceedings— This Lay. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs. Vickery, Evans. andSDsnce.) Sixteen drunkards were Sned Robert Lackey, charged with inflic'.ing grevious bodily barm on one William Matchett; Joseph Hartley, charge! with commuting an aggravated assault on one Sarah Ann White; Biohurd Atchewn, charged with stealing a quantity of jewellery and some artioles of weariag apparel, the property of George Vincent; and John IVrgneon, 'charged with deserting his wife, were remanded ; Iiicker and Hartley until Monday next, fWueen until Wednesday, and Atcheuon until Friday. Mary Donovan pleaded guilty to stealing a pair of boots, of the value of 49, the property of W. Crrgo, and was sent to gaol for three monthB. Neil Johnston was sent to gaol for three months, for being an idle and disorderly character, having neither lawful visible meani of supporter fixed pl-.oo ef abede. (Before Messrs. Murphy, Yiokery, and Hunt ) On the summons Eheet ifaere were f...

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