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CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

CUSTOMS RETURNS. Abstract return of Customs receipts for the week ended Saturday, December 28, 1867 :— Port Adelaide — Spirits ? ...£416 7 9 Ditto, colonial distilled ... 16 8 0 'Tobacco and cigars ? 152 12 0 Miscellaneous-Fixed duties 1,071 13 8 Ad valorem do. ... ...1,627 17 0 Outports — Port Robe ? 383 0 0 Port MacDonnell ? 929 4 3 Port Augusta ? 45 10 4 Adelaide ? 420 18 2: £5,063 11 2

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EXPORTS OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

IMPORTS OF COLONIAL PRODnnR. Return of all wh-3at, flour, bread, and grain, ' the produce of South Australia, exported during the week ended Saturday, December 28, -1867' * — Port Adelaide — Wheat ? 74qrs. Flour ... ? ... 810 tons. Bran arid pollard ? 8 tons. Blanchetown — Flour ? -.. 3 tons. Total. Wheat ? 74qra. Flour ? 813 tons. Bran and pollard ? 8 do. ?.*,

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ADELAIDE SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

ADELAIDE SHARE LIST. f|of- ^Sellrs.^ I Shares up\ salea- Baiks. £ £ s. £ s. £ s. Bankof;Adelaide 5 50,000 3 10 4 1 4 0 National A. R.... 5135000 4 0 5 15 — Do., M.R. ... — — — 5 15 — Insurance. Adelaide life ... 5 20,000 .0.10 0 10 0 10 A-delaide Marine 10 25,5(MI 1 6 1 10 ? Equitable Fire... 5 4,000 10 I 5 15 National Marine 20 12,500 0 10 0 .11 0 11 3. A. Insur.,O.L l27,00u 10 19 18 Do. do., N.L 1 23,000 0 ^ Oil 0 10| Mining. Burra Burra ... 5 2,46J 5 0 32 0 30 0 Ohalla ? 2 5,00: 0 6 0 n — Daly & Stanley 2 4.800 0 10 0 16 0 12A ?uko ? 5 4,80U 0 13 0 10 0 10 Cnmntoo (New) 6 5,000 10 10 10 Earkarilla ... — 4,000 2 0 10 ? Lyndoch Valley 5 3,00ti 2 10 1 10 15 Matta ? 5 8,000 5 0 4 0 — Moonta ? — 3,200 — 130 0 126 Murninnie ... 5 6,000 6 0 10 — ? National G. M. C. 2 5,000 1 2| 1 0 — Sew Cornwall ... 4 12,500 1 18 _ _ Sorth Yelta ... 5 5,400 0 1i2 I 10 _ Paramatta ... 2 5,000 0 5 2 2 2 2 Poona ? - 5,000 0 9 0 In 0 10 Sixth Creek ... 1 5,000 10 0 12 0 10 Spring Creek ... 5 5,000 ...

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LABOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

T-ABOR MARKET. Quotation of rates of wages, by W. R. Hunt, of tbe Labor Office, Kiug William-street : — Station Sands— At per annum with rations those marked thus * have double rations, and thus + are occasional hands only. — *Shepherds, married, 35'- to 402 ; do, single, with a hntkeeper, 362 8s to 392 ; do, do. to hutkeep for themselves, 442 4s. to 522 ; flambminder's (nien)aftei the rate of 392 ; +do boys, 262 to 312 ; hutkeepers, 262 to 312 4s ; *inarried couples for head station, man aud wife both employed, 522 to 602 ; bullock drivers on the station, about 452 ; do do, when on the road, 522 ; knockabout hands, 452 ; bush carpenters, 652 to 781 ; men cooks, 392 to 522 ; do do, shearing time, 52! to 652 ; horsedrivers, 452 ; do wnen on tne roaas, ozl ; Twelismkers and hut builders, according to, contract ; 'fwoolpressers, 522 to 65/, a.nd at per bale ; '('shearers, 15s to . 17s 6d per 1Q0 and rations according to sheep and distance from Adelaide, with expenses paid up to the sta...

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WALKERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

WALKEKVILLE. December 30. — Present — Mr. E. Smith (Chair man), Councillors Earle, Huntley, and BalL Clerk reported second instalment of grantin aid paid into Bank. Letter from Central Road Board requesting Council to nominate members for year following 1st of February. Letter from Crown Lands Office. ' Tenders — For 150 yards river gravel, Seott, Is. 7d. ; Field, 2s. ; Cop pin, Is. 9d. ; Barker, Is. 9d. ; and Papp-, Is. 4d. ; lowest accepted. Payments, '£13 17s. : 6d. ; receipts, £5. ' . : - . ? We have received Mr.' Gall's 'Desk Almanac for 1868.'* ;It is very neatly « t up and handy, and cmbaiijs as muoh informa tion , as could be .compressed, into ,so small a compass. ' * '* ? ?' / : ?- '

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SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. It has been said that the child is the father of the man, and if this be true the future man of South. Australia ought un doubtedly to stand high in the social scale. And to show that this is by no means a fond delusion it is only necessary to ob serve the progress made from year to vear in the various educational establish ments of the colony. There have indeed been complaints that our educational sys tem is too costly, that it entails a con stantly increasing expenditure, and that the results are by no means commensurate therewith. But while we cannot bufc think that in this, as in many other things, we may have been imbued with somewhat extravagant tendencies, we have also been apt to forget that we must not be in too great haste to reap the harvest, but that, on the contrary, we ought to wait with patience fpr the seed which ' has been so abundantly sown to bring forth fruit to perfec tion. It is not one of the least ad vantages of our educational system, th...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

.. BMLWAY THIS TABLES. , Adelaide tb Port :-7.30, 9:10,-11.0, 12.0, 1.40 3.30, 5:30. 3.0. - Sundays --^94), 130, 3.30, 5.30. Fort to Adelaide :-^-a26, m«,' J3.0, L40, 2.30, ;, LdO; 6J5, 9.0:--SundayB— 10.iq, 2.20, 430, 6.30. 7 Northern Railway. -, v ' -..? -'v sown trains. - Adelaide ... ..: I 7-0 1L45 4.30 3*orth Adelaide ... 7. 4 1L49 4.34 BryCfaJ*... ... 7.20 — i50 Salisbury... ../ 7.35 12=20 5.0 SmiftfijOd; ? ISO 12.35 6.20 Gawlertown ... j 8.10 12.55 5.40 Goods only. - GawlerTown ..M 8.120 — 5.50 *i*flmg ... ...8.45 — 6.15 Bowwortfcy . ...J ? 9.15 — 6.45. Kaptinda ... ...] 9.45 — 7;15 CP TRAINS. Kapnndta ... ...» 7. 0 — 4.59 Fteeliog ... ... 1 7.30 — 5.0: Boseirorthy ... 1 7.48 — 5.18 3awler ... ... { 8.5 — 5.35 Mix. Trains. _: . Gawler ,.. ... 8.15 J 1.30 1 5.45 Smlthfiald .... «.3O L45 » S. 0 Salisbury... ... S.45 2. 0 6.15 UryCreek - ...I 9.0 . — 6.30 : North Adelaide ... 9.16 2.31 6.46 AdelaMe. ...... 1 9.25 4 2.40 a55 Sunday trains leave Adelaide for Hatmncla, at' 8 o'cloc...

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RECHABITE PICNIC AT THE STURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

RECHABITE PICNIC AT THE STURT. - A most successful and well arranged picnic took place on the grounds of the Hon J. Crozier, Oaklands, on New Year's. Day, under the auspices of the Alliance Tent, No. 2 of ihe Albert District of Rechabitesi The spot selected was certainly one of the prettiest and best adapted that coutd be found, and the . Son. J. Crozier having some davs previously generously consented to throw his grounds open to the Commie tee, preparations were made to provide for the comfort and enjoyment of the party by a zealous and persevering Committee, and. cer fainly the ' complete success which atteude their labors must have amply rewarded them. Soon after 9am., several of Cobb & Co.'s busses, arrived in front of the Temperance Hall, Tynte street, North Adelaide, and were speedily filled by the members of the Alliance Tent, their friends, and the members ef the Alexandra Tent (female branch of the Albert District), who had been invited to join in the pleasures of ...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. ANGASTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

DISTRICT COUNCILS. * — ANGASTON. December 28. —Present— AIL Circular from Central Road Board requesting names of fonr persons to be forwarded as members of Board for next year. Letters — From Mr.. George Pearce offering himself as candidate for Central Road Board _at next election; from Mr. Prankerd stating he would be willing to comply with Council's request for exchange of roads through Section 88 if occupier who has it on right or purchase will give consent in writing ; from several ratepayers at Steinau requesting roads in that locality might be made passable, as roads hitherto used were on private property, and are now being fenced in. Chairman and Mr. Harris reported having examined Obst's Bridge, and recommended that bridge have a coat of 2§-inch metal, and that approaches be formed for 1 chain ; also that 1| chain of cut ting was required near Yates's Bridge ; tenders to be called for same. Chairman, Messrs. Harris and Pepperell to inspect roads at Steinau and several other ...

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LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

LIGHT. . December 2L — Present — Messrs. R. Ranlrine (Chairman), Green, and Kriiger. Tenders for making ford across the light : — fit. Horan, £15 (accepted) ; Travana, £19 ; Hamilton, £9 15s. for ford, and £3 per chain for approaches. Letter (in reply) from South Australian Land Company in reference to sale of road between Sections 220 and 22L ? lerk to reply £3 per acre for above road was a reasonable price.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

TO OOBEESPONDBMS. W. Dihh&u. - 'Received, and made a note of. THE CBRBAi,'BEPOBKl.-^-We ; *eg to: ackriow-f ' ledge receipt «»f a few more retarns on.the enb-' :jebt^:^en9&.^^Jb^f'out,inbBtai-^i%-; vhatwe have alreadv^-and at great length— . published. Our oountry friends will oblige us by accepting this iutfination as anjacknow - ment on -our- part^of their pronipt Jondness %i furnishing us icnth so, much valuable infor . inatioa. Those frieuds who have al*o communi cated private intelligence may rest; assoqea thai our best attention will be given toiheTarioua snggestiDns they bavemade. V f{,.s ] ''?-'-. - vTbeScbobLashh JbC3C.^-A oprresp-|ident at Woodcheeter tiunksl^e Government -need s^ir-: ring up in .reference to ttie '^ahbve- Act, ^LTWie': therefore give ihem *he ? hint.-; ;Bat tthose' who waat sciub lands put up, Iphould them selves communicate wiih the jCrown Iknds 2-epaitment -..?:??- r .. '' ~..'\ ?'.'-'-?,' :. '?? ''^'f : Homantcab writes iii;;favor,;of^i...

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THE Chronicle and Mail. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1868. BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

?-'.---* ' ' :. ? ?''.- . . ? 'THE/ ,?'' .'. ;.'.' : : '?- ' ? ?. -*?--? \2- - * * ?' ? -- - - ? ? - ? SATURDAY, JAMFARY 4 VBffi. BUSH PIKES. ? DuiiprG the preceding mouth, December, this colony was tuescene of a large number .- - of bish fires, and we now, as far as we are ..-able witi. the. materials, at hand, lay be -iore t»or readers^ .^formation respecting ^fchsse, in many instances, disastrous con flagrations. To' make '.this a connected aobbunt, we snail desmbetae fires as ihey oecurred. .-;.:: ??'.?. , . . ^i :: 33se^first ; fire -that M6k .place in the .iaonili was on Thursday, JJeeember 5, on ^he property of Messss.Jlaye andHughes, I *. ?? .^m£ ^iiln^Stiaawar1 j? - ^The fire broke rpntj - and bj some of the meniengaged on Mr. j ^^Bter^ contract, and the devouring! .element iras got under 'before.any damage had been -done beyond the destruction o£ a considerable proportion of the grass in two fpaddocks, ..* and a .quantity of fencing. The origin of the fire: could, not be a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

C* ^$M4#i.iffisr &r safe by v\pSkH(;^ -.- 'I -V. V- j--':ivJ UNDER \jSSm\JCTlOm . FBGk ^EtB OWNER „. ,OF . THE ; ESTATE ; OF THE. LATE OSMOND UILLES, ESQ. ; ,;,;a ?I'.,''' l^']lMt' . ' ''?': ????';.' V. v'-n SURVEYS. =u .,?;?.--:-?;..-;:. .r : ? .:?? , -? ?? i SECTION .:JMEL (Eta* of), : ooMurtang^f 100 AGEKS of iA2fI^ atuated near the OLD SOET, and /under, Lease tor . Iipson for -» term expiring 24th June, 1868, at a rental ©fj^ per annum. . '.; ; . ;-.?? .; -.??;:, Lot : .. I.-..--. BTVBlt MURRAY ^SpecialBnnrpy). . . ^tNOiaONS 18, 19, «ad 20, «jataining1249 *C&ES»f LAND.' Aiso, SEGTIONSi.^2, 3, 4;,«, «,«na 7, ;? V t^tainiogSSl ACRES of LAND.; -: f. ? Then two Blocks ;a» leased to Mr; E. T. - Betwood for,a^erui«a5»mng January 1, 1670, ??. at a rental of jB85yer«nnTnm. -V .;o.-.._..v;- .--»???;? i V-^^fv f ':*0t^ I--::' -^ —?;'??? ? ^ : RIVER 'MURRAY tSp^cial Survey). i FIVE-SECTIONS OF LAND, aojnberad 1424, i425, 1426, 1427, and 142&V «ont(dning,40i- AGRES, ...

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POPULAR EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

POPULAR EDUCATION. The passing of the new Reform Bill in England is almost certain to lead to a new system of popular education; Whether primary instruction has the effect of softening political asperities or not, the idea ihas gone forth that an ex tension of the suffrage and an extension of education must proceed hand in hand together. Mr. Robert Lowe scornfully remarks that since it has pleased Parlia ment to hand over the government of the country to a set of new masters, those new masters must be taught their letters. Of course, national education is a national blessing, but moderation in politics is not inseparably associated with the ability to read, and write. On the contrary, the ringleaders of faction and the guiding spirits of rebellion are generally men of fair educational attainments. We do not therefore consider schools as a natural counterpoise to political excesses, but we do believe in the value of education re garded from a national point of view, and therefore hai...

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LOCAL COURT—PORT AUGUSTA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. [Before Mr. S. King, S.M.] LIMITED JURISDICTION CIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

LOCAL COURT— PORT AUGUSTA. FB3DAY, DECEMBER 27. [Before Mr. S. Bang, S.M.] LIMITED JURISDICTION CIVIL. Wabben v. Cotter. — Mackat v. Bbadt.— Both these cases were placed at the bottom of the day's list, the parties not being in. attend - ance when -called. Coventry v. ^eoege.— For £9 17s. 8d., . balance of store account ; adjourned last Court day to give defendant an opportunity of arrang iiur witVi the nlaintiff. - The defendant did not appear when called, and this case was adjourned to next Court day. Elder and Anotheb v. J. Back. — Action for £27 9& Id, goods supplied and moneys paid for and on account of the defendant, a pro - prietor of the Spring Creek Mine. The defen ,', aant did not appear when called, andj being abeve the jurisdiction: of the Court, it' was adjourned for -one month. : '? . :;.;! '-.--. WJabbe$t jffl) Anotheb v. Evans.— Action ~lfori64 15s.- 6d- Defendant pleaded a set-off of tlfltyaWd paid intb*^buTt;£26s-li^ with4»a», and^denied being indebted in t...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M., and Commissioner Hamilton.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

POIJOB COURT— ADELAIDE. FKEDAT, DfiGEaSEB 27. [Before Messrs. S. Beddbme, P.M.,. and Oom .?'.'--..? ? misBlon%r Hamilton.!' Dbunk iusu lNGAPABLE.~2ftfe0artf Smith was charged with being drunk and, incapable of taking charge of his horse and licensed vehicle, in Handle-street, -on tne .previous- ?evening. FinedlOs. ..,. : . AbsaXjit.— 5%}i©## MaJUmey was charged on the information of Charles TZka witfr assaulting him on the racecourse, ou the 19th inst. Mr. Downer for the defendant. A iiross ? informa tion haviug been hiiaia,'thia Aefehdaiit in each case .was fined IQs.^JoJvn ^foore-.was charged wjLtb . assaulting Charles Felix rGoodfellow on the 21st December. Mr. Downer 'appeared for the defendant. Ordered, to find 'two sureties of £10 each to keep the peace fer^hxee calendar months, ani pay the costs £2 2s. i Ceuelly beaung a Horse.— -William Sher man was charged «n: .the infprnjation.of Daniel Bay with cruelly illtreating his : horse, at Ken sington, on the 18th December. ;Twb wi...

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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2. [Before Messrs. H. W. Downer, S.M., George. Young and John Acraman, J.P.'s.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

;t;;4;X xjotiets. LOCAL qpUET— ADELAIDE. : '__' ''?? ThuSsday, Jaituahy2. (Before MesErB.y&. E. Downer, S.M., George: ? Young, and John Acraman, J.P.fs.1 -BEABT :V. MLW3KS.— For ^recovery of atehe %nenfc Mr. . Parker, for plaintiff, Stated that .defendant had given up possession of the pre inises, and 'produced a letter from him consent _ ing to j dguient for the rent claimed 'and costs: :Ci«AXiohv v. Watebhouse.— Adjourned by ? consent .rill nert Court day. '. . . 'Menkens v. Ham..— Placed at the bottom of Shelist. ???'? ???'-'? ?..;??. BiKEE y. Bee.. — In this ease* which was set -ob-ro last Court day, and Was then struck out '' with/costs,- Gwirig totheab en e of the p airitiff, an Tjrder had bBen obtained to restore it to the list for to-day* The action was for £30 damages, ? namely, '£20,'' the value 'of .certain articles of Nothing belonging to plaintiff, and £10 for -. tiaeir detention. The. clothes in question were. found with other things in the possession of usuuui...

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GLENELG CORPORATION. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

GLENELG CORPORATION. Saturday, Decembeb 2L Present — ^His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Crbpk, Wigley, Howard, Whyte. andHithcox. The Overseer's report was read. Proposed by Councillor Whyte, seconded . by -Councillor Hitchcox, that Councillors Crooki W.^gley,-and Howard 'be 'a Public Works Coriiriiittee,- .to, inspect and- recommend 'the works- required to »e done durinff the Vear. Carried. Pronosed hy Councillor Hitchcox, semnded by Councillor ?Crook, that Councillors Wigley, Whyte, and .Howard be a Committee' to. draw up some new by-laws; . Carried.' Five tenders were received for' making the' new assessment— Mr. ' J. Steven son's, for £9, accepted. Payments, £9 13s. Read a letter from the I ova Clerk {J. So&l), asking to have his salary raised from £40 to £50 per annum; After a considerable discussion it was resolved that the -question stand, over till next meeting. Council adjourned.

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POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31. [Before Dr. Dunchan, J.P., and Mr. J. Formby, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

POUOE GOttRT-^PORT ADELAIDE. TUEStJAY, DECEMBEB 3L [Before Dr. Duncan, j. P., and Mr. J. Fonnby, :??-. J.P:1 . William Hack, . Treasurer of Court Cdncordj Ancient Order of Foresters, was charged with embezzling £40, moneys belonging to the said Court. Mr Edmunds attended in behalf of the Trustees, and stated that as there were at pre sent some difficulties in the way of procuring the evidence necessary .1 or a -conviction, and as the money had since been recovered, they would, with the prisoner's consent, .ask their Worships ? 'to be allowed to withdraw the charge. The prisoner expressed himself willing that the case should not be proceeded with, and the Bench ordered him to be discharged. T - ? . ._- TftXJBSBAY, JAKUARY 2. J '' ' [Before JbliriT'orm'lJyi Esq., J;P;] Riotous Conduct. '— Johxi Collins- pleaded - not guilty iso being riotous on New Year's Day in To3d-streei. ' Police-constable Bird stated that the prisoner -was striking a man in a most unmerciful 'manner, and he conse...

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POLICE COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 4 January 1868

POLICE COURT— GAWLER. Tuesday^ December 3L IBefore Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.1 - Theedor Engelbrecht was -charged by Mary Ann Russell with having, on the 26th instant, assaulted and beaten her. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Mary Ann Russell (complainant) . stated— I am a widow. I know defendant. Some of my geese went into Mr. Engelbrecht's yard. I went in after one of them. I got the goose in my arms, and Mr. Engelbrecht came out and struck me with his closed fist. I let go the goose, and clasped him by the head. He struck pie several time 5 before I caught him by the hair. John Hippesley stated — I saw En gelbrecht strike Mis.- Russell four or five times. This was in Mr. Engelbrecht's own yard. ' Mrs. Russell caught him by the hair. Defendant fined Is. ; each party to pay his or her own costs. Mary Anil Russell was charged by Theodor ?Engelbrecht with having, on the 26th instant, assaulted arid beaten him. Plea— Not guilty. Theodor Engelbrecht, complainant^ stated— On the 26th December...

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