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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

WANTED, to milk, .attend to dairff^ and ujfmf /liuisell' gonorally usofiil. Apply to JjlS/ValA^feVGHiiN, (jioonliills, Shoalhaven. / Bfowra Mungfuiiial IBisirict. \s N0TI0E is hereby/ givon ilmt the MUNICI PAL LISTio/tlio year 1880 is propared, and in tho Iceoping- -/ rfc undersigned, and msay bo inspected at /no/^i/incil Chamhors, botwoon , tho 7 tli and l'ltu d/ys of January. : All namos of yorsons omittod or objections ?:v unmcs insortei/ must be notified oil or boforo ^ tho Mtli instant/ ? m. Mare ack, Council Olork, ? Fn'iifiBKyieH'iiHii. . ^ Till! I'r.v. VlU./l\ M.A., will (u.v.) hold D1 AM N .1 C KI'llW ICE at T'OMEEONG NEXT SUNDAY ^''TEENOON, at 3 o'olook. Shontliitvciil lli'Kattii €lul-. ^ Holders ot sui sceiption lisbtIs for the SliOALir|LVEN BEftATTA CLUB iiro roqiiostod toil'orwiii'd lio saiiio, togothol' with tho SUMS /iJBSARTfliED, undor covor, addrossed to fTliO 'I oi'suroi'j Regatta Club, Numba I.Iotol ,'Nnmba, ' not later than 'WED NESDAY NEXT, tho 1th instant. R. J...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

[Tho following advertisement arrived too- Into : - for classification.] ?/ IMPOUNDED at Numba, on tho 6th day of January, 1880, from Woodamiah, by ilr. John Smith, Rod and White Hoifor, 6T off rump, about 18 months old. Rod and 'White Bullock, indistinct brand, liko SSJ near rump, blotchod araud, liko sBR or sBH conjoined, off rump, about 9 yoars old. Also, on tlio 7th day - of Jangary, 1S80, from tho public road, Groon hills, by ordor of tho Inspector of Nuisances for tho Nowru Municipal District, Red and Whito Bullock (mostly red), indoseribablo blotchod brand near rump and ribs, near oar marked, about 8 years old. If not released, will bo sold ut this Pound at Noon on tho 29th January, 1880. ROBERT BENNIE, Poundkesper.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Novel Weapon of Offence and Defence. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

: Itfovel iVcaxiou of ©ffi'encc and Dcfcnce. A most curious weapon of offence and defonco' was producod in the Emerald Hill Court yesterday fsays tho Molbourno Argus of Thurs day). It borer somo rosomblanco to a piece oil load-piping With a knob at each ond. At ono' end there, was a small contrivance for onabling tho woapon to be tied by moans of a string or strap to the wrist of tho person using it. Tho string or strap would bo attached to n sort of spring hidden insido tho instrument. If ail , attempt were mado to tako the weapon away by forco lrom tho porson holding it, tlio interior mechanism would be brouo-htinto action, runsmo-- ? eight small knives or blades to shoot out from tho tubular portion of tho instrument. The result would bo that tho porson soizing it would have his hand fearfully cut. Tho strongor ho pulled the moro sovore would be his injurios ; but, by suddenly releasing his hold, the littlo knives would bo caused to fall bjck into their placos. Thoro has evidentl...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

TCo @iisi!iScriil(crs. CoiiE one, come all, who ow'o accoiuitSj Do what you know is right ; ' ' Pay up 1' our treasurer exclaims ; 'Tho money market's' tight.' You oat your pudding and yolir gooso, And drink your sparkling fizz ; ' ' And don't you think that Sydney Punch Is woll deserving his ? But how can ho enjoy himsolf , Whon money that's his duo Is on ing for so long a timo, And still withhold by you. ITo could not faco liis poultoror, To buy a Clnislmas gooso ; liis giocor and wino moi cliaut, too, Consigned him to tho douce. Think you you'lL havo a jgladlNew Year; ' ' If Pukoh is still unpaid ; Think you that Punch can livo on an, That paymont you ovado. Tho tieo of kno-nledgo that ho leais, All withered soon will bo ; , its roots will dio unless manured . By wolcomo L. S'. D. 'Tis thouglitlo'ssnoss ;? nono wilfully ?- Tho soul of Puxcil would vox ; ? ? Tlion sond liim by roturn of post, « Stamps, ordors, notes, or ohoqucs. ' — Sydney Punch.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cable Intelligence. London December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

BmteBBiSfcnce. ? . (From the Herald.) : 'Londonj Dccombor 30.'; Til roforohco to : tho railway disastor. on tlio I bridgo ovor tho Rivor.Tay,, tlio officials .on, tho | Dundoo sido of tho river say that ? thoy -ndticod | tho train advancing from tlio Pi foal lire alitfro, whon suddonly a. fltlsli of 'light Oxtondingirom tho bi-idgo down to tlio wator was dbsorvod. AVondoring at tlio non-arrival .of tho ;train on tlio Dundoo sido ot tlio lii'idftb, tlio officials travorsod 'tho , 'bridgo mid found a gap in tlio contro whoro tho train, consisting ot tlio ongino, ? avail, and six enrriagos had i'allon through, and . bcon.onguuou in tlio l-ivor, wmou ai una spot is I about thirtoon foot deop. Tho latticed girdors of tlio bi'idgo, covering upwardnof half a milo, had i'allon, and it is boliovod that tho torrifio forco of tho galo, mooting tho rosistanco of tho passing train, causod tho disastbr. Nono woro savod. It is now understood ? that tlio - passongoiB xuimborod about !)0. . ? ? ? Tl...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

liSSTSSICT ftT!3WS. [from our correspondent.] HBrougliton Ci'cch. The annual picnic in connection with tho Pros bytorian Sabbath school, took placo on Now, Yoar's Day. At about 12 o'clock nearly 120 children sat down to teaf after which, tho tables having ! been ro-laid, there were two sittings of adults. The ladies who provided tho tablos woro Mosdamos Dymock, John Boxsoll, M'lntyre, English, Stewart, Johnston, Jas. Wilson, and tho Missos Thorburn and Chisholm. Tho cakes, etc., woro of the best quality, and reflected great credit on the ladies who had pro vided them, At 2.30 a meeting took place in tho schoolroom, and the children, under the instruo- ? tion of- Mrs. Dymook, sang somo hymns from Sankoy's collection, very 'creditably, v Addresses woro delivered by tho Rovs. J. W. Dymock, J. Elian, K. A. Corner, and sovoral friends. In the absence of the Superintendent, Mr. 0. * Boardman gavo aii oxtomporo roport of tho Sabbath schools -The .average attendance is 66, and thoy aro unde...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

Fatal Aceidcnt. We reprint from tho Bathurst Free Press of tho 31st ultimo; tho following paragraph respooting tho mournful torminatioii of tho lifo of Mr. J. S. Bradloy, a young gentleman who had but a short timo previously visited this locality;, and by his hilarious mannor and gontlomanly bear ing had ondoarod liim'solf to many frionds mado during his short stay : — ' It is our painful duty to record an. accidont of a vnrv Tin ] ii i'l ll nhnrnnlnr. wliinli 1m ininii Ofl noav Caloola on Boxing Diiy to a young man hiimod John Shorbrook Bradloy. it appoars that the young man loft his homo in Sydnoy with anothor young man- for tho purposo of spending his holidays with Mr. N. Wilson, of Caloola, and that on tho day following his arrival at Mr; . Wilson's placo ho joined a party for tho purposo of kangarooing. Tho party started and whon in tho bush Mr. Wilson stoppod to converse with a mail -whom ho mot. Tlio unfortunate young man was thon close at hand and as lie camo up lio espied a...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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The Bushranger Williams. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

?Flie' EBusJui-aiisex1 WiStiams. The following lottor, which should bo road, marked, and thoroughly digested by all young' men, lias-boon haudod to tho Ballurrt Courier' for publication Darlinghurst gaol; 23rit Decombor, 1S79. Dear Mr. Long, — In tho' unfortunate position I am placed you cannot oxpoctbut a vei'y few lines from mo.- . I want to1 assure you that I am vory thankful to you for your late kindness iu coming all tlio way from Vinfioi'in, fo toKlriV ns fo nnr nlnvrripfnv nnrl ? to' toll you how bitl'orly 1 deploro my past con duct. Ah. Mr. Long, if 1 had ohlj' obeyed my mother', and not loft my home, , how difforont my lot would have been, and how much misory I might havo saved my relations. I littlo know to what my disobedience would lead me. But I thank God I call say, with b eloar conscience, ? that I did hot shoot poor constafblo Bowon; : ' / Will you ploase -remember me kindly to all my lato follow- workmen ? Onco moro thanking you for ,'yotir goodness,, I remain, your...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

[?] The CooKAiiuitiiA as a Snake Killer. — Tho cook'abaiTa, or 'laughing jackass' is known to bo a snako killer, and an instanco of its power in this respect is givon by tho Yass Courier, wliioh states that as Mr. Goorgo 'Weatherby and a friond wore proceeding across Yass; Plains in tlio direction of tho Murrum bidg'ee thoy noticod a laughing jackass flying about in a somowhat strange mannor, and on reaching the placo thoy camo upon two young birds of this description, one of which had a snake dangling from its bill, and sufforing as if it was boing chokod. Thoy caught the bird, and withdrew tho snake, which was found to be about two and a half foot long. Tho snakos' head had apparently boon pocked at by tho birds until it was killed. , A cablegram has ' boon rocoivod by Mr. Joseph Paxton from tho Rov. John Millor Ross, tho founder, and for sovon yoars tho socrotary, of tho Sustontation Fund of tho Prosbytorian Church of England, which, undor his lnanago mont, attained unprocedonted...

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Stories about Von Moltke. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

Stories about Von Multkc. Some timo after the capitulation of Paris, Moltko wont to Colmar, and, moaning to stay thorp a few days, did not disdain to ask- for a billotingTordor. Madame. B., . liowevorjv upon whom tho Marshal was to have been quartered; would have nothing to say to him, and Moltko was fain to lodgo and feed himself at' a hotel.: of courso at tho lady's expo'nse. Ho askod for four rooms , on the first floor, invited ? people to breakfast and dinner, and treated them to cham pagne— in short, tho - Teuton lioro lived liko a fighting-cock. But at the end of throe, days, the l„„,ii,„.,i „.i._ 1.:— ' _i: i_- tumiiutii, tvmi- jiiuuu null, quiuuy.HUUK il.il Ve IU remind his Excellency that - tlio term of the billeting order . had now expired. Moltko replied with a dry cr ugh. and a demand for a. small room on th ; second floor. During tho remaindor of his stay ho dined- friendless and champagne !oss at the table d'hote. Moltko is as good a letter-writer as Madamo do Sevigne,...

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A Remarkable Bank Note. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

A Remarkalile Bank Note. Not long ago a well-known collector of curio sities in Paris, who had devoted considerable sums of monoy to tho gathering together of bank notes of all countries and all values, becamo tho possessor of a Bank of England £o note to which an unusually strango story was attached. This note was paid into a Livorpool merchant's office in tho ordinary way of business 61 years ago, and the cashier, while holding it up to the light to test its genuineness, noticed 6omo faint red marks which, on closer examina tion, proved to bo semi-effaced words scrawled in blood between tho printed lines and upon the blank margin of the .note. Eventually tho following sentence was ''madft^out : — -&If this note should fall into jhejhahds of^ohn\Dean, of Long-Hill, near Carlisle, ho\wili'-lcarn«hT3reby that his ; brothor . is- languishing a prisoner in Algiers.' : Mr. : Doan was promptly com municated with by tho holder of the noto, and ho appealed to the Government of tho ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. Another Dispute Over the Remains of Dead Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

? MSSCBSjiL atceous. Another Dispute Over the Remains ot* Ilea#! Men. Accobding to the Benalla Standard, 'some hitch is likely toarise regarding the erection of a tombstone in the Mansfield cemetery over the graves of serseant Kennedy and constables Lonegan and Scanlon, who wero murdered by tho Ifelly gang. A number of gontlomen, with tho assistanco of the Government grant, have secured about £ 200, with -vhioh it was intended, to erect a suitable tombstone over tho graves of the unfortunate policemen. On account of two ?of the deceased being Roman Catholics and the third a Protestant, it was decided that the bodies should first be laid together, arid in order to effect this tho consent was obtained from Mis. Kennedy and the relatives iof tho other two for the ' necessary removal, so that the three bodies shall ,be placod side by side in tho ground over .which the tombstone is to bo erected. To this step Father O'Reilly, tho priest residing at Mansfield, has objected, and ho refuses...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. Two Little Feet. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

P.© E T B Y. Two liittle Feet. Two little feet, so email that both may nestle In .one caressing hand — ' ' Two tonder feet on tho untried border Of life's mysterious land. Dimpled and soft, and pink as peach-tree blos In April's fragrant davs._ [soma How can they walk anions: the briery tangles Edging the world's rough ways. Those rose-whito feet along the doubtful future Must bear n woman's load : Alas! since woman has tho heaviest burden, I And walks the hardest road. Love for a while will make the path boforo them All dainty, smoonth. and fair — Will cut away the brambles, letting only The roses blossom there. Butwhen themother'swatchfulevo.'jfcSkshrouded Away from tho light of racjrJmg. _ And those dear feet are left without WNcuide, 'Who shall direct them then How will they bo allured, betrayed, deluded, Poor littlo untauaht feet ! Into what dreary mazes will they wander, What dangers will they meet ? Will they eo stnmblina: blindly in the darkness Of sorrow's tearfuJ,'.shados ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Devil-fish. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

%-A IBevil-fislt. Persons who are in the habit of amusing them selves in exploring amongst the rocks along tb0 coast in search of fish, shells, &c., should bo careful how thoy proceed. On Friday last (says the Belfast Gazette) Mr. P. Lincoln, while reaching his arm under a rook for tho purpose of dotaching a mutton-fish (which slioll fish aro noted for tho tenacity with which thoy stick to the stones), was seized by the hand by an octopus; but by a vigorous pull ho got his hand free from the inonstor's grip boforo it could got its suckers to oporate on his arm, ? Imme diately Mr. Linclon gavo the alarm to his friends, who. woro not far off. In a few seconds they observed an inch or so of tho feelers or arms of the octopus emerge from undor the rook, when Mr. Lincoln, in a plucky manner, put his arm down in the water and managed to stick a largo khifo into the feeler. In a socond the monster mado a rush out from its hiding place aud threw up a number of its arms, which wore o...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Judicious Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

Judicious Advertising.. A MAN was denouncing newspaper advertising, to a crowd of listeners. ' Last weok,' said ho, ' I had an umbrella stolon from tho vestibule of tho ? church. It was a gift; and valuing ? it very highly, I spent double its worth in advor tising, but have not recovorod it.' How did you word your advertisomont ?' asked a moichant. Here it is,' said tho man, producing a slip cut from a newspaper. The morchanl. took it and read : ' Lost from tho vestibule oF ? . ? church last Sabbath ovoning, a black silk ? umbrolla. The gontloman who took it will bo ? handsomoly rewarded, by, leaving it' at No. — , Snn T^nimn nrln_«f I'nnf ' Now. 'V ?- Rnirl . thn-. merchant, ' I am a liberal tidvortisor, and havo . ? always found that it paid mo woll. , A groat deal depond6 upon the manner in which an advertise- . mont is put. Lot us try for your umbrella again, and if you do not acknowledge then that advertising pays, I will purchase you a now ono.' Tho merchant then took a slip o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

BIB TBI. I Edwards. — January 8, at hor residence, Nowra, Shoalhavon, tho wife of T. Edwards, of a daughter. %\}t Mcgrajjij, AND SHOA III A YEN ADVERTISER. Pulilislied every Thursitay B'orninj; TiiaitoJJAY, JAXUALJY 15, 1880. |

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

v..-: - -MiscHsajB* ineous. ? Tiie Tay Bridgh Catastrophe.— We »ro indebted' to a thoughtful correspondent, W.P., tor the following The -writer ^wlio crossed the L'nv Brulgo 111 Julv. 1878) extracted the tollowing iutoro;t ug particulars from a book Mibbsbed, entitled '-The history ot the Tay Bud re.' Length, .M JO yards, or 2 miles U) polos I7vards: 85 spans, viirving from 200 to 120 teet. each. Thoro were u-4cd m its con stviiotiou 3o20 t ins cast iron, 0281 tons mallo- ? able iron, 9().u()J cubic foat timber, 8(-00 tons cement, 4,;55t).0!)i) bricks, 27,000 cubic feet of iire-iso. 1 iisuier; 000 cuoic yarns rougn asnier ; total co t. i'4i(),()(l(). 1'lie bridge was built for the North Br.lish Riulwnv Company; and was constructed in 11 crescent torin, and when crowing -it 18 months since 111 an express train ironi Dun lee there did not appear to bo tho . s]ightostii'prolionsiori that anvthingof a sorious nature w mid hiuipon. —Evening News. A If'oitTUN.VTE ?, Jockey.— The connectio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

-pL fofepqrlr GBNBBA^ FEINTING OFFICE, Kingkorn-street, Nowra, Shoalhaven. rj^IIE ; oxtonsivo civculation socurod for The Tclej/ruph throughout Shoalliavon und tho 1 JL South Co.'isl'/, rondors it of ajiooial valuo as iin advertising moduim. , - Tho Oillco is roploto with PLATN^AND FANCY TYPE, BORDERS, and ORNAMENTS, which onablo tho proprietor to eXiocuto work in a stylo equal to any offico in tlio colony, with tlio utmost accuracy and despatch. '? The Telegraph is published ovory THURSDAY irorning, at six o'clock, and forwardod to all parts of tho coloui os. \ TERMS OF SUDS0IIIPTI0N.: . . i 1 Yearly, in advdnco. ? ? ? ..... ... . . ; ... . £1 0 0 - Half-yearly, in advanco .. ..*. ? i .......... 0 10 G -'Quarterly, in advance ...^ i„. . 0 0 6 On credit, por quartor .. ^ . . . ; . . , .. .. 060 ? All accounts rondorcd quartorly. X - -..Tho quarters torminato on tho 31st March, 30th Juno, 30th Soptombor, and 31st Docembor, , at which poriods only can subscribors deolino, by ; eiving ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

Telegraphic liilelliKviicv. Ifhom ova. coituKsi'oifiJExr.] 1 , SYDNEY. 1 Wldsesday, 2 TnE. Parhamout adjoumod last' night shurtlj iittoi' sovon o clock. Proceedings jwero coufinjd | to a discussion en tho late railway;accidont. All | the speakers, including Mr. Garrett, ; wlio was in; the .train at the tune, agreed 'in i putting tho blame on Mr. Uarlislo, .Trailic Manager. , . Mr.. Lackey indirectly admitted that tho puuishuiuut had been too slight. ' ^ i : v ? Strenuous oilorts continue to obt uu rospito of Scott and llogan. . , Over- i;^909, ineluding £25 from Captain Mathieu, ot tho- iM'onch ? War Ship lihiu ; woro wired to.Uubhn yosterday.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Broughton Creek Court of Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. (BEFORE their Worships, Messrs. John Boxsell, Lewis M'Intyre, H. G. Morton, W. Stewart, and G. Tate Js.P. INCITING BREACH OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

Broiijilitoii Creek C'unrt o/'Pclt}' | SCNStOiiS.,..- . I ? Friday,- January 9. , (Before their Worships. Messrs. John Boxsoll, i Lowis M'lntyre, 11. G. Morton, W. Stowart, and G. Tate, Js.P. INCITING BREACH - OP THE PEACE. . William Phillips pleaded giulty to a ? charge prbfurred against liiiii bj' Senior: Constable Johnston, of having, on tlio racecourse at Uroughton Creek, 'on tho 2bth ultimo, mado use of language calculated to came a breach Of tho pence, to ivit, '1 am a b ? y Orangeman, I , can fight tho best Papist on tlio course.' Dolen- i daut in addition to pleading guilty, added tout he had been under the lultuouce ol liquor an-.l supposed ho must liavo made u~o ot the words. | though he had no recollection whatever ot hav- | iug s.-iid the words mbntiohod. . Xiie oincer in cnarge oi cue .urougncou ureoic ?Polico station said dolonihuit for the tune., ho tail known linn was u quiet man, anil that was his fir .t oJfonce. . _ Fined 10s, and costs of Court, which was paid. AS...

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