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An English Jockey in Trouble in Paris. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

An. English Jockey in Trouble in Paris. The French papers state that Cbaries Killick, an English jockey, has been arrested for stabbing, a Paris coachman under the following- 'cir- cumstances : The -victim was - driving his vehicle with a fare, -when' Killick .seizjd the bridle of his rickety old horse, and sitid, ? Why, this is Volunteer, flmt I ttoji ? a dozen races with." On his refusing- to leave go, the driver struck him with his whip, on which the jockey rnshed upon him and stabbed him twice in the bos6m with a knife, ami while the tnro lady jiasM'ngers were alighting in a friglit, stabbed the horse as well. He then quk-tlr delivered himself up to tlie police. Tlie Settlors' Frieud, scliooncr, Ironi , Sydney, -n-as tvrcckod on the North Hend of Nambuccra RiTer, on All h:mds sare J. Hull reported ta be breaking up. It is reported tliat ISV. 31'Deritt, of. Queeaslaud. will resign the Rarenswopd coTisititneiicy. and probably l;e appointed eraigratioii sg-ent for Ireland. Further ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Notice to Advertisers- AWEUTIScn-* are ]<nnli:ilUrb" nrqui?l?tl 1* "end in thrir CuTon. not later ttaro Ore |>ja. OB Tuc?;?jii aii4 Frb>?>?: othrrwl* -KccmnisoC jcnaMUlp* Clu-lrinvrllin t? tin foltowloc Ima-. "Elso?.rT*>*c Atioi V OJltix. OotVJCrSO, l?7?. Notice to Correspondents. COnIWO>rONT>I!STS -?fmpl??! ota?Tretbiitl<tt?? xooeUtl alter four o'clock In theattemnona imroe iliat'lr prior to llv-ita)? of publlcaUos, csa tlol be ilvx-rtnl In ll.r folUiwlue IvHUU "B!!?Tl.l.roy AnnL's" OBlc, Ooe>l?r ]?, IRH.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Denominational Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Denominational Education. A iiEimssa of.the frientb of Denominational j Education held at "the Mechanics' InstI- I rate, on Monday eVecing, pursuant to adrcr-" tiacJnent.' - '? ; "'?.??':" '"" : -' ? The Ilev. G: C. Bode, of St. James's, Syd ney, was in attendance on bchnlf of the Church ;o£ England Defence Association. There wore about 170 persons present, includ ing many ladies. The proceeding* through out were very orderly. The chair was taken by Mr. J. C. S. M-DOITALU -who opened the proceedings by some general comments on the 'education question. He apologised - for the absence of Mr. Alexander rituart, who had been expected to address tlie meeting as .one-of the deputation from the Association, but hud been prevented by reason of an acci dent which had befallen him on the previous Thursday. He likened the present agitation on the education question, to proceedings at Ism\ and said that they had heard the plain tiff's ca&e as made out iiy Mr. Greenwood and others formin...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Newcastle. £fe63i otjb cokeesposdent.J Ax the Police ofKce on Friday before Mr. Scbtt, P. 5I_ and Messrs. White, Sliaw, and' Wallace, J.P'e, Junes ScllivKn was charged with har fcouring Jean Briand, a deserter from the French basque * Ranee. There was iio appearance of .defendant, but liis father appeared, and stated his son "west to Sydney on Wednesday last, and wonH not be back for a few days. ' The Bench said jrobably defendant liad gone to Sydney to avoid service of the summons. ' jVIrl Capper, for tic prosecution, requested that the ease might In proceeded with e-x parte. Constable (friffith deposed: I served a copy of the Munitions produced, yesterday morning, at ten o'clock on'tiie within, named -Tames Sullivan ; I left it with his mother, at T?is residence, \Vatt-atrcet; I told her what the summons was and that defendant wonld ihavc to appear -thin morning; she said he wu ant, but she would gire it to him; I bud been to the house twice previously yesterday xnoTninjj," the de...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Official Correspondence. ! The Xollcvwiiip 0fli5.-i.-il corrcs;.onuct<.ce has ? ticca kindly forvvuruoil U- bv our ilcijiber. Mr. \Y. C. J1.I_A. :—" " Dcpajtmont of Public Works, '? Roads under Trustee*. -Svdner, November IStli, K7i. " Siu, —In reference to n. communication adrresscd toyoureelfbylttr. S. Stubbing*, and prescutcil by you" at this office on the 29th September "last, requesting that ajrrantof £20 miglit be made for repairs to the crossing, at Cleiwlwn Brook, ra the road from Anril Creek to> Glmdoa Uroot, I aa now directed 'to inform yea that front a. report which has. bcea received from tire locbl officer, it appears thai this case would be better met by extending road on schedule a. distance , of three mileetq the junction of the Singleton and Gresfoidltoad. -o(hie£ would then take in the crossing referred to, and the Secretary for Public Wocks has approred of £hi? being done accordingly. " X hare the honor to be. Sir, " Tow most obedient Serrant, ' " GE...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singleton Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 1874. Before Messrs. W. C. Browne, Dr. Swayne. and G. Jarman, J.P's. PUBLICAN'S LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

SiagletotL Police Ccurti TUESDAY, SOVEMBEK 17th, 1674. Before Messrs. W. C. Dc Swtxe, juiUO. Jakmlan, J.P's. rO5UCA.S'S LICJSSSE. The applicstiiw ol Mr. Edward Alcoru (for a publican's license for his houhe eitnatc at tbe craier ot Georse and Jijaba-streetx, to be tmneTt as the ?* FitrroyjBotel,") wbieb ir?e- postponed for a. week for the prolocboo of Erfaeace ss to it* necessity for the public conxeaience. wbs granted— theTepured-tefr ticaony baring been tendered. Mr. Broeme and Dr. Swayaelere; lefttbe Bench. ' ' ' i ASSAILS; ?' „ ' 3lr£T*ggart ??n?ch?rge4,on theinforma of Alfred! "Ptitch?a {on betaOf 4fM?B<K>Uier) witb h?Tiug Meanlte* the. latter *t Doctar'e. Mr. Gonldsaidhtappemredfcrcomptamant. uid th*t he wotOd lite thecase to bu diepoeed. of—bat as it might, if two -magustrates were present, be dealt with summarily, he thought, it would be better to the case for a week- It was competent for one magistrate to beiir the case fur a committal, bat this would possibly...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Insolvency Court. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Insolvency Coirrfc; eCTREESOEES. JOHN Egoo, of Toun". formerly ot Goulljum, servant. Liabilities. X7S Ts. M. Asset*, X10. Mr. Sandcman, ofGcial assignee.. Charles Pitman Corrie, of SteWart-eireet, Padtlio'ton, formerly of ELomebush. Liabili ties. jtIO.KM lSe- WM-, of YrKch £W9I is secured. . Assets, £33. Mr. Ilumphrey, official assignee. . Henry Bnirtes". of Durham-street, Glebe, labourer. Liabilities, £28 J(H. M. Assets, £i. Mr. Mackenzie, oflfcial assignee. Lcraiia llMTict Dawson, of Bonrie-street, Ktiluct. widow. X 77 19?. id. -A?K'.tm, X7f?. Mr. Humphrey, official ?s - ?? . . itobtrt DilUrv, of \Vebt Maitlancl. farmer. Cause of ??ioi:s:rattou : isCiKs of criips bj Liabilities -£-'IXI Is. Sd. Assets, £23 3f. D'::ic:eno;.-..X17Q :::?, *c<l. OlEcial ite'iijece, iir. J. P.'ilsckcarie.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Attempt to Murder a Warder at Pentridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

I Attempt to J&zrosr .a. "Warder j at Featridgre. morning a very determined attempt to murder a warder namect James Coghlia, in Pentridge Stockade or pmonti H?ade by tlie most troublesome sad dangerous mas In the establishment, whose name bzs been frequently before tlte public ea account of his violent, and. xassabonlxaatG: conduct for ?am? '. yearn 'past — - JToha .We?inrii J .,"alifeiv'*irho waeseate?ced. to imprisonment lor' life eonate- three years ago, for attempting to-BaorcEer Sir, Duncan, Inspectpr-Geasral.oF penal, establishments* Weecborch, sbme tiflae before stabbing: Mr. Duncan, set fire to the Inspector-GerteraTs - bouse in v .tli& stockade,, to wbich be got access by" some means, sad the destruction, of the 1 boose was only narrowly averted. After this, be set fire to tlie shoemakers' shop in the prison. When in the Melbourne gaol he nearly lulled himself by sever ing a vein in. Ids ami with a. small splinter of of glass which he had picked out of the a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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THE REV DR. J. S. WHITE'S LECTURE ON "EDUCATION, SECULAR, COMPULSORY AND FREE." (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

THE BET DB. J. S. WHITE'S LECTURE ON "EDUCATION, SECULAR, COM- J-ULSOar. AKD FBEE." (To the -Editor af tke Singleton Jlrytu.") Sib, —In your' editorial "note to a letter signed ? Fair Play," in your lest issue, you. say that your reporter was not present at the above lecture simply because it is tlje universal custom of the Press not to report meetings -which ale not advertised. ' Hare yon always observed this rale 7 Under the head " Local" and General News." you do profess to give a report of the said Lecture, as to time, place,'and nuuiner. Therein, yon have not reported tbe rehole truth. The sentiments of the Lecture '"fere frequently and vrarmly applauded. At its close, a vote of thanks, after complimentary speeches by ihe mover and seconder, was carried by aeclamatum, chewing, that the principles of the " League" are certainly not universally approved of in Siuglcton. Aβ to.' the Xmw?rr present, it would liave been as correct to say of an audience filling three fonrtlis of the ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Administrators of Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Administrators of Government. (ifJwe ike Aryta, JSbeexiber 9.) The first remark that we tare to make is thattbe Chirf Justice*'must dirtincOjr understand that it is not for ihtxr par- ticular glory, hnt simply and cxdnsiveTy for the public convenience, that they are invited to occupy for a time the vice regal chair. . They have no right what-; ?ever to the position. It ? a duty cast upon them, which they can neither refoKO nor'illegally assume. If their services are wanted, it is. well. If they are not wanted, it is well still. There ar? some obvious inconveniences m the selection, of the Chief Justice ?as a depnty-governor. The Supreme- Court ia in almost all lire colonieeunclcrm&nned, and the removal of its head is always a. serums intermission to judicial business. Mr. Justice Hargrave speaks in the most emphatic terms of the incon venience occasioned when Sir Alfred, Stephen was required to administer the Government. 2&>r does it follow that a- good Judge ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

. Correspondence". Qnttr'Aftimu mutt be accompanUd with' the real naive and addresx of the CornrspvK drnt, nut necrtsarilif fvr publication, but at a*earnest of good faith U> the Editor. Jt i* dMinrtijf t" * r Iwrne in mind that tee do not by in*crtin<f Irttrrx eonecg imy opinion faroraMc to their content*. We open our columns to tell icit&oat Icanin-g to any, *?d tftnx supply a channel for thcjiubliration of opiniontofa.il tkadet. lie '.cte^ietooiif srlcn the- right to eliminate ali nijectionable matter from letters. Gorreso. wdextt are particularly requested to write only on one tide of the pager.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Breakfast at a Station. BY MARK TWAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Breakfast at a Station. BT MARK TlVAIJf. The furniture of the hut was neither gorgeous nor much in the -tray. The rocking-chairs and sofas - -vrerfr not present, and never had been; but they wore represented by two tliree-Icgged stools, a pine-board hench four feet long, and two empty The table was-a greasy'hoard on stilts, and the table-cloUi and napkins had nut come—and'they were not looking for them cither. A battered tin plate, 1 a knife and fork, and a tin pint cap -were at each man's place, and the driver had s qneen's-waro saucer that had seen better days. Of course this dufee eat at the head of the table. There was one isolated piece of the table furniture that bore about it a touching air of grandeur Jα misfortune. This ?was the castor. It was German silver, and crippled and rusty; l>nt it was so preposterously out of place there that it was suggestive of a tattered exiled king among the barbarians, and the majesty of its native position compelled respect even, in its de...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Mother and three Children Poisoned at Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

JL KotHer and three Gkildren ??'??' Poisoned at Mackay.. ? ' 1-BB SeraliTs Brisbane correspornTeiif semis the following- brief pnrticnlsrs of ah. appalling occnrrciice at 3Iackay :— " An occurrence the other day at Mac— kay was attended, tyitii fearful con sequences, and presents features of ex traordinary 'foily on the part of solus of the principal actors. It appears that about a Tear ago a German, who was tUea living in a hat with -three other tnen, fonud in the thatch of the roof a. small bottle containing - some white crystalline substance, which he showed to his mates as a discovery of epsont salts, and stated his intention of keep ing It till he \reat home, -when it would serve for; family use. It is marvellous that it nerer occurred, to and of the four men that it might tec anything else, al thongh they had no. earthly , means af idling-- who had put the stuff in its hiding place; nor does the fact of its having- been so planted appear, to hare raised a suspicion- in their m...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Two Hundred Men and Boys Imprisoned in a Coal-pit. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Tvro Hundred Men and Soys Imprisoned in. a Coal-pit AiN accident of an alarming character lias occurred at the chief pit belonging to the Stand Lane Collierv Company (Limited) at Uadcliffe. Oil September 11 the -wort of -winding coal was pro ceeding as usual, when tlie guiding rods at the side of the shaft on which a full cage ascending, broke, and the ca<*e and its contents, falling crosswise, were tredged between the uprights and the lirickwork. The consequence Tras tliat operations -were sndclenlv brought to a standstill, and the -whole'of the men and boys, numbering upwards of 200, were imprisoned in the pit for many hours An apparatus was at length rigged np, aud the miners were slon-ly and safelr wound ont of tho pit by means of an unused rhaft situate lit a,' distance from the one in irhich the acculent occurred T - £? E - Kl " n ? 'S gazetted ilinis tcr :or Works and iEues, Brisbane.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Truth of it; or the Real Administratorship Correspondence. (From the Sydney Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

\ 'ghz- of it; or tie Eesi I A Ccrrespon [ ' :.??..'?' deuce. I V;; \Trom the Sydney Punch.) Wajbeliere it -was &W Talleyraat], or some one else, wii? said that language was." given " to people to liidc their tkooghts. Eat jet c very-day mortals i, caitt see how much may often be said in a few irords, aady on the contrarybttw plant and simple statements may be enveloped in a. ssScss, of aieomlocutory verbiage. - Eupboealsitt .&? the order, of tie day;- so, to oHigfelws?common-place every-day- readers, 3£iv Punch unwraps. flje and Parfces correspondence, Ktripsoff itsped, so to say, and,preseats to them tbe.real froit., - , PAKT I.— Pras-ATOBT. , 1. SirH. B. to Sir J. J3L, C.J.— I'm off to FijL' Parkes tritt send, for yoa, if necessary, and then jovt cau go and swear as moch you like. —H.B. PART 11.— Na.rua.tory. 2. Sir J. if. to the C?l. See—The Governor lias sent mc a cock-aud-a-lmll story .in a letter whicli I. don't uiidur stancL Let me' have "his authority for ac...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Clippings from English Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

Clippings from Englisi Papsrs. AJk. William Ga.iiJin, junior Ju<lge of the Royal Court, committed suicitfe on August J 7. mulcr very painful circam- Btauct-s. The deceased gcntlcniian ?,aj recently been Rnffi-ring under Before physical disabilities, and on Jlomlay, be blew out his l>raiit?i with a bwech-lcadcK. Tlie face and scalp were completely i blown a way, and the body was scarcely 1 recognisable-. ? ? " f The Lincolnshire Labour League has I. issued a hand-bill, congratulating its j ' subscribers on their victory. It i-? | stated that almost every man,"ont of the j 2000 locked out is now at work, only fifty having given np their t-anls <">l ! lmnahersbip. So ihnmxigh is the victory I tiwt some of tlio delegates, tho hated '. '-''"-" -^! ; ''2:!. Uu:i?u lias Uut b.tli mure j _ A ruiiiia nanieU Murplir, lias bei>n i ? J-Tvayjit. Ic-fo-rt- the IJ.-Jtt.ei iu3gis.trat<.*, ] j on I. , '*-vli.-trgt'of fiittus a 'in m-vv. Xiii> prfsiosis-r ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Estimates. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

Tile Estimate.-. f Tin: Ejtinmrs fY.r.ii.-e ivr.r l<77, I .v,- 0 been laid on the LaUc. i>? il<o Asserni.ir. AV<j rL-puWitli the' fi.'!!cwi!:j; itoi ;i s oi JntpreKt r— . for Iviiots, Xowiaiili. iiV'i East ILiitlanU (ia-.t. lukkL-k ih<; sur geon's aijwl" wanloV s&laaies, £4801. W?* JLattlxad Beneroteiit Suciety, 00. condition of an co wet amount Lctiwr ~sxira\ni' BeneYrfent ami f " ajwf Pattw&*a Plains Ucoe- Tol?it Society. £250. s - Mailtand Hospital _, ' 500 0 O Murrurnmli >Jn ? „. o O Masvr?,-Ut>rook „ .„- lt>u ot> jKjwrastle „ StJO 0 O X 100 y a Siuglt-tQH and Patrick's i'lJins ~ ... ;.. 250 0 a Iv aid "filie ApricTiltitral Societieo of tlie culoiir, to be dislnbnted pro rafa, on t-nuditton of an cijnal amount lit-ing niiseJ by private contributions fr.?m the luiiubt-rs of such buuctivt, iiSliOO. £ s. d. I>.htnct Coart Registrar, Singfeton 50 0 0 District Court Registrar, Mttrnirniidi ? SO 0 0 District...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Sensible Cow. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

?jS. Sensible Cow , . The following story (.says the Moss Vale. Scrutineer ) the trntli of -which is Vouched for, has been going th? reunite of this district during the past week At_ a certain milking shed in the vicinity of Mictagoug, two brothers, who have renclieil tlie years of manhood, were engaged in milfciug when a dispntr arose whether a certain cow was milked or not. To prove the matter the cow was bailed np, anil it .was fonnd she had been milked, ace] was again tamed otat. Words followed between the; brothers, and eventually it-came to "Wows, a struggle ensniajr, both falling, one being on top of the other, anJ taking ' advantage of his position to knock lii? riews of the affair into his brother's head in a very brotherly manner. Her co-wship now thoug-ht her time liad como to_ decide the point vrliether she was milked or not, so walking quietly up to the belligerents elie gay ; . the uppermost one a prod with her lionis, which sent him rolling some yards away, and then t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Strange Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

A. Strange Story- A. SEnvsfAPKit correspondent writes as follows from' Murraysville, Coofctj county, Tennessee;—A'JIw, Kennedy a woman t>f about 40, the wife of an Insh labourer, fivinsr m French Bnia.t street, lias for several ywire siiftl-reii greatly from ill health. Hep symptoms and complaints were singular. '' Slic was afflicted with, almost constant ppms, s<> thai site conlit si-Idom or ever rest at night. She stated tliat elic felt some thing running; up ami dtttrn in her alwlomeu, tiiat she frequently ex perioncrd tlie creeping' sensation whreli is ca?e?} irritability. As lior uiitotslnees I and pains continual, so were', the attempts to lulicre her, bat without success- Not long since Dr. Periam Gyles rras called and took charge of tlie case. Aboat a week' agn she became subject to uncontrolled uiirasr ness, mid begged Dr. Gjksto perform an operation for her relief. This he was reluctant to ito, thinking- it xtonld hazanl her life; but slie In the request, ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Administering a Noxious Drug. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

iA.dministeruig' a STosious Dm* 4Fm; following is the sentence passed ?&i James ll,,wlcu, found guilty on -.?jlmirsday of causing to be administered -,a notions drug with in ton t. as reported V. Friday', Uc-a/d. "-P"?,, $Jfos Honor addressing- HWlett said : jury have ff.und you spiilty of a j.-.-?c!. might 1,,- a very I le:1 vv one. Y.,u .!'_-?-? rcn<k-r?I roiiist-Jf liable to a scn ;---n? of imprisonment for 15 wars. It jtfpears to mc that the casj is a very ihat ~ on treated the girl i"* H f ks ?y badly. Under a V |.m?e of marring you -seduced lier, |n. 1 not only tl ia t, b.U after getting- her I' "ifc couditK.n in which she wast yon I -.i..- a hrst attempt to procure a mis *?r?ge thmugh the services ef a man p'? t,,r^! himself oat for the pnrpose I' Proiessionnlly carrying ont such r-r""'?- ion applied to him and |?nifc?t, from tte widened given hc-V f,; " : r' that the life of the girl Hanks ! S? ciidanjvered by the application .of ! |m??r n ?? Bnnlett. Xot ...

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