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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

S iGOULBUR- POLICE ':: OURT. SONDAY, May 0 . BEFORE Messrs. Voss, A~ Gibson, Mc I(elliar and Wim. Conpily.: ' , .,Daniel:Caghill, charged with being drunlk arid disorderly, was cautidned anrid discharged. RobertiParker was charged witli illegally impounding four horses the propeirty of John Bloomfield. r.: ..i Plea not. guilty . '; ;Mr. Davidson 'appeared for! the compllain ant, and Mi. Betts for tlhe defendmnt: Joluh :Blooififeld, a' naher, "deposedl: I have been in' occudiatioi of:a' farm near Bur cher's.Hill about nine years; when I manrried imy wife was the owner of it; onf th e ~5.inst. 'some:borses of ml ine were., tied to tlhe:sh afts of a mdray feeding; Parlker came with his brotheir he said to his ,brother,,if Barkei (a' moanin n oy employ) resists we will break his' l~"-by-: mqutht for him.; Isws .'inside the house when they came, but went outside when tlPdyaind? ti'p; lie thlen ttok 'away tlide horses to tlhe pound I wvent and released ',}hem i d"?d pid 6s rod pound fees ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, TUESDAY. STEADY soaking rain fell throughout yesterday and night, and still continues, but is chiefly confined to coast districts. Nothing fresh has transpired in regard to the Chinese patient to give any cause for uneasiness. The house is still kept in strict quarantine. Several letters appear in to day's Telegraph, certifying to the correctness of the report of Mr. O'Connor's speech, where he accused Sir Henry Parkes with corruption, which Mr. O'Connor repudiated, yesterday. At the Homebush stock sales yesterday,-1l50 cattle were yarded; the hiddings were dull, and prices slightly easier. Best beef is quoted at 12s. per cot. 5000 sheep were penned; prices are un* altered; the primest lot averaged 1ls. per head. A severe shock of an earthquake was felt at Kapunda (Western Australia) yesterday lasting a minute.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

- CABLE ) MESSAGES P •ilqq(Frond.-,gjytneD (DailU,'Papers., ddT aI lo LONDON, May 30..4, , LORD9-HARTINGTON, in replyto(a.question in the; HoIusel.ofCommonn s to.day ,,stated that, the announcementindthe Timaes this morning, to the effect thiat thile0Home Governmentt;,had given (orders 4forAhe[l1early1 evacuation, of Pishin, in the vicinity of the Bolan :Pass, is entirely devoid of foundation. { !ifni:, .lrnT .ul'l: BE.LIN,; !May 30?() ,Plrince:Bismarck; the Imperial Chancellorij submitted to the:Reichstag, toiday, a memorial extefnsivelyFlsigned by.,the leading, merchants of Hamburgiand other ports, on, the: subject ofpthei:extension of the Germ'intradeBlwith the>Australian colonies. The memorial urgedi the Government to Subsidise aline or linescof; steamners to run direct fromi .Gerniany .toi>the Australian :ports or: otherwise to lmaintain ori :extend(thieexisting<businmess ?relatiohs owith~the: colonies.;-A-numberof.suggestions are _ade Cin the memorial for the ...

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Arrival of the English Mail at Auckland. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

Arrival of the English Mail at Auckland. THE R.M.S. Zealandia arrived at Auckland on Sunday, and reports that she landed her passengers for Honolulu three miles distant from that port, owing to the prevalence of small:lpox, The disease however is abating, aiindlientirely confined to the 'native popu lation . S' . SAN FRANCIiscOi' May 6. . Ai split among the 'Iiish "members 'if the' H6ouse'oE-f--Comn i'o wing,6"iig- tbo di fferenc'es of opinion upon the ;ti-esfiorii of the Govern ment Irish LandsBill, hasresulted in Messrs. Power and..Sullivan formally seceding, from Mr. Parnells leadersip . f T'e'city' of Mecca has been pilagedby Druses, who invaded the place in great nu bers and committed great excesses, .., More pyramids. have ':ieen1 bipenred in Egypt, and documents have' beenidiscovered relating to the dynasty of. Scoutari. . S... LoNDN, May 5 Small-pox.is raging: fiercely in London iat the resent time., ; Hindredis ? eis ;'h ta enplace diaing'the last'm'nti;' :w' u' SLrand'D i ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

WVsu ed. A)GIi D GENERAL S VANT; ah -. .AIply at once. Mi. D. J. LEOD Ohu'bre jlill, Montague street. N :' :"! ;, 'Wante . ' NERAL SERVA T. Apply .Mas.. : ALL, Auburnretreet. ·'l,-'i . , :ia , h'L.M Wanted°.") -: ,,:i', j:',; .:;. 3 ASVGLE MAN-m- be thoroughI: scos. . tmed to Garden Wor. JOHN P)DLEY Wollo dilly Gardens. Wanted, , iT A GOOD PLAIN COOK. Apply,: Mias FINLAY, Yas Road. I Want .e....di A STRONG YOUTH or SINGLE Yf)UNG .... MAN as Porter and to i~ake himselV other. wise useful. None need apply but those ?ho are steady and of good character. OWEN F RNER AND SONS. Wanted, A COMPETENT PARLOUR MAI "ply at Thomas' Hotel. Wanted at Once, TW RwBLE MASONS. A ly to W. LYO k, Riggedale, or to Mn. NSH, arp Hotel, lbur. ' I SWa. .. Vnted, , DIGHT OR NINE SMART BOYSA e tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Faoty4pl WOOD & CO S., : Auburns'treet. .' . W anted, l T AT G!li?ops Boot Factory, SIX oyEIT ' ,/I'CHARLES GILLESPIE, ~alburn. .,' .?-; FOR SALE, SWATER BUTTS (English oal)jo t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

% i QUEANBEYAN. OTiO O0 (Abridged fron, tle Age). rITH deep: regret it 'devolves upon ~t chrionicle the death; at his residencei a P·rk wood, Giniiderra;tthis morning, fter a'ong and Pairiful illiiess, of Mr. . ThomasiSobith owell, J.P., one. of the oldest residents of the district, and beyobind'doubt one of the most w?orthy.and respected. Mr. Southwell came intdQthisildistrict more than forty years ago,? and has during that long period resided on his estate near the confluence of the Ginin derra Creek withthe Murrumbidgee. By hie own industry and frugality he rose from very humble circumstances to a position of wealth arid influence,.both of which'he has employed in the welfare of his fellow-meri. Many a struggling man has been aided by his abund ant means, and for many years past he has been a lay preacher, as well as holding other important offices in the Wesleyan Church, of which he was a zealous and consisten't mem ber. He reared a large family of industrious and most respectab...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

-Trev anian Mary Page thotiglit otherwise. Although love had long ceased to trouble the peaceful current of her ekistence, slhe had ~nt for gotten the time wthen-;she was, young; and the 1mournful tone .in : lich herliyoung mis tressl de'lared tid kit was btteir she adi, Charles should never meet again Ietrayed that 'i, s not i wijthout 'i aig she liad airrived at such a conclusion. To ,avoid receiving.rany direction from Therese to plrevent an interview the faithful creature leftlthe riom. As she entered the kittlcen he'iard the voice, it' of t organist conversing with liis orme Iiid nlladv, the mis tress ot the cottage. SHere is Mrs. 'Paige s"aid the ivoman ;.'she can informit -ui?i . The young man: eagerly, advanced towards his o0ld:,acguiaintance,. 1and inquired after Therese:o 'ifA U .7,a ah .. have;only,j ust hearld of the affliction :Ranad soirow,' he said, ' which have overwhelmed he 0.J~? o U, i-:! tt I .4. ;;':qif:.h? C ,' 'And the disgrace !' added the nuise,;in an nxuio ...

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TUESDAY, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

N. r T DuESAY; TJUNE 2. BEFORE Messrs. Voss and Mc Kellar. Henry,-. Carter was. charged-:on suspicioný *with stealing- cl? tcthJ'--p'propety of \wAV-. Richardson. r The evidence was. nott sufficient td?frove the case, and' the '- risoner' was dischargea.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

S SMTALL./DEBTS CouRT.' : SJohn Thom v. in.' O'Dell.-No appear ance.c i, . i Joseplh G.C Simpson v. John Buckly.L-Un lawifully detaining £,6 7s 6dwhich defendint had taken fro;ii complainant when'he arrested him:' on) ' charge o, stealing. .: - Aftier heariiii?g the :evidenice'the 'Binch dis' niissed'the'eas .'i ''. .= : 'ii iv "r , ni SOn Satiurday niglit the True Friendship Lodg?, G'U 0U0O.F?,, nriet'and initiat'ed three new members;'.T'Iwenty-6nie ,vere .proposed 'or- initiation at the niext 'meeting.' This lodge lhas onily j ust been opened, 'ad many persons are: availingi themselves of the cheap rate of initiation' to enter and secure the benefits de ri?hble from a connexion with the order. SBiusiness of all kinds is dull at present, but with wheat going up as at present the farmers shouild soon have a little loose cash to lay out.

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

. OULBURN IT?? EMS. n1 AT the Court of Quarter Sessions, this morn ing, John'Smith'vwas 'placed in the dock, charged with stealing money and cigars from the ,Royal Hotel. _ Prisonejrpleaded notcguilty to the charge, and was taken back to the cell adjoining.the.Court:house,.in order that the case ?of tKate- J Teoanrd -couild be proceeded withfift 3' ýf E.-- * U A^'.C' After we went toupressnon Tuesday last, Dr. Davidson made, '"a post-rmortem ex amination on. -the body,-of H.y McCGartney, who diedini.the. hospital inmthe'forenoon, and T6ouditliai death retsultedi fiSi'fi?Iiearf" Idiseaseas we reported in our issue o. tha ,afternoon...:" . *- -^ ,'- r-.-', dmf e'r-...iriL ii i, ,i, e C . e trict court will be presided over by, Judgej1-Mclarland, -ad.jwilcomImeneitsj; sittings on Monday .,next.ijVWe,1understand that there are a-goodly number -of cases- set down for-hea'ring.-q T,,- f r q I T . I i Haviig-1ubliihed in' -fufll 1 'etail d-re port of. ,the[ cases. now ,ibeing -heardi at- t...

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GUNNING. POLICE COURT, June 1, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

-,:,;, GUNNING. Fs onimoui Coorrespondent.) POLICE COUIRT, June is8 ?' ,. ... SBefore .W R. Reynolds, . F. Ken on,,andn enry watson vlios. Reynolasltds. SgU 'I C f.PFS' ne· ·i sault. No appearance. , ¢, 9James Bowen v. Bridget Easterby.Lr ceny. . • , , . enDefendant pleaded not guilty. - Jaimies Bowen deposed:. I live at Basin Greel ; the property claimed is mine de en danit gave them to her daughter on her m?ar rage with me in 1?878; the property has been in my' possession ever since; I value ti?e clock and pillowvs at los; on the day namedi in ,the. iiformation defendant came to my place ard told me to bring the pillows home; I Siid I'would when I was made; she said s?he would take them; I said "if you do you will h~ive to put up with the consequences," defendant went in and took the pillows and clo'ck out of nmy house, and took them right away she took-them against my will. i 'Catheriine Bowen deposed: The goods de fendant took'from my husband's house 'W:dre mine ;she gave them t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

Two , GOLDo MEDALs awarded American W\Valtham, .Watches j the only medals awarded to exhiibitors of watches Melbourne Inter nationai.l: Exhibition, .i880. All genuine. Waltham;.Watches have th - ade mk " Waltham, Mass."' engrave on the pl of. the .watch./ .' TRADE MlARK, WA.HA , MAS TI: AMERICAN WATCH COMP v, of Walth, Massachusetts, U.S.A. hereby give . ice that their Trade M ", tham, ass.," is now registered i the Aust n olonies bf Victoria, ? o Wale.s, and New Zealand. P ceedings will be taken against any person copying or imitating same, or any,,, vendors selling or offering for sale watches bearing colorable imitations or in any way:i infringing our rights.--American Watch.. Company, Waltham, Mass. GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN: " Evening Penny Posti [PriINTED IlY STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY ahd SATURDAY AFTERNOON . . It has the largest ciruealation of any paper soutli of Sydney, and is a firstclass advertising medium ; TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION: Is.*per Annum, or 3s. ...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

BRE~ITI~ES;·It "w Dz~sT I~re(Ood'r·Cf M n'day-next, . 4[J i?-i ? r Sl'be court was odwd'edowith spedtat;is to-day. Mr. Beokhouse, .theOrown Prosecutor evideny mikee imself thorougly acqualnn ted wlith every cnae, by the able 'nsanner In- ii ih h codllicts the eamo.. li7 of~ TJ o Mr . Davidson, in his defence of the prisoner Kate Leonard this, mornineg depended, tJ a vory great extent'on .hthiiiibij'11"U'IG L iJ i VUI fL . · A farmer in Galway has been abot dead: for-re fuaing to comply with,a mandate from the Land League. -..' ": ..' V A L i ./ If ronourid trueo there is a spl i.htthoImperlial Cabine'tnthe Irtishi Liand Bill .. r Jo - ladnsamnd 1 J colon get ne etlds o er IO9 f hies toes cut off by a coal train a;i ; e'oastlojon Wed.l Ycath' d ay n d Rotherhs ffor iii~rf by a trolly at Adamtown,1?Neav stle, and severely injured. . " , r • The Examiner at Grafton bas npeii~3 a ubs i - tion list in aid of the Bullefin.O.L. ;lird Of ? I A. balanco.,of £1O ,is, in ihand after4 paying ,a...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

*'. : .;, [RBOUTER'ST9iBOGRAMS.] I; jl!';: ' ;;'.'"i' ?.,i ('LONDON/ WEDNESDAY. i'f SAt the woold sales there is ' good deiband 'and prices continue, firm. , . . i In the House of Commons in committee on the'Irish La'nd Bill yesterday, a discussion arose on.the first clause, and a strong opposi sion, wasimanifested towards the ,measure, especially by Home Rulers. The: amend ments of which notice has been given already, amount to' 1500. : '

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

7.!'.,, ODDS 'AND ENDS;. A 'ii'OiG woban liatimed Helefn M'Millan, aged s"ho eas, wvho' was residiig it~i 19Mrs: Aniei H'mno, of( 'No.', Kedn~ihgtoh ?st·eet, Sydney,; 1as fouisid dead iii her'liedoih 'Moh day morining Both womenb c'iipied '. lie ohe bed, and ~retir'ed1t: id~t~i't! i6ob'dclck on Suntda nlight ". li"sHaiW~if6"ike1"slirtly after' x'o'cloclkriijd ffdiin'd tiat'ethe oiher was deadT'''"eD'e ad'db??i~"lif' bi!iiffer 3 in' froii' hldeumnitism aiin'lid diitlieri, ndwas prescribed for by';Dr F;-'tes' u'e on the '6th ifitiiflt r:: SIniformniaibin hlas bee rei'ke cived ':by 'the polic~ of theliii-idei at J.iing ig o'f TiinothSy Miurpiy, whlid as sihot by Rober't .Boweii. Both' r~peis atie ?,i v'ry young, :Bowein beinig' only' r,'h and tlie deceased 1i7. "They were selectors and long quarrelrled about a'question of -pastutirag ??"6i'~ "oiiiiddii 'Oh':n Suitiday 4fteriibin :lii?w~dt: passed ietwee'i:th''twob; atd B:ow·eni,1 carU iiidc a gi~n, vhen'i within three'ards of urphy fie...

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Police and Military at War. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

Police and MIilitary at War. ':' CO NSTALE R'1o SON was proceeded against in the ("Vater Police Court, , Sydney, yesterday before. Mbssrs Senior, Maclean, and Penfold, for exceed. ing hisduty on the morning of April25, by arrest. ing Captain Compton, of the staff of the military forces of New bouth Wales. Mr. Gannon appeared for Captain Compton, and Messrs. Merrimas and Roberts for the constable. The case seemed to possess great interest for the force, about 30 con stablesnof various ranks being present during the hearing. John Agustus Compton, captain, at tached to the staff of the New South Wales militb~ra forces, deposed-iOd the night of the 24th 'ind? mording of the 25th April last, saw the deo fendant. This was some time after midnight. Was walkiog up and down the footway outside the officers 'quarters at Paddington with a dog he was exercising. It had been raining, and the dog did not follow quickly enough, and at the turn of the footpath witness stooped down, took up a piece ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

STelegraphic Intelligence. - [FROM' OUR oRRESPONDEiTS . SYDNEY, THURSDAY. THE site:ofithe Victoria Theatre has been sold fo'r 24,0;00. Messrs. Harris ard Ack man ere the purchasers., ,Satisfactory progress..is, being made with the launching of the steamer Collaroy. ei Nely 400 Chine'sý ailed for New Zealand yesterday.r. . '. A;worian named Furniss threw herself; oft Circular Quay' esternight in anattemipt to commit suicide,,and was quickly rescued by two :me n; ., ; ) i ] SThedreivwere 3600 present at th'e"Exhibition yesternight, including (the' ficers ' f i the squadroin.._ _ i A gas explosion took place at Cripps' re freshment, rooms,, Elizabetlistreet, yesterday afteriooni by which: a boy. was, seriously, in. utired .? , - I :;: ' , :', .\ ' i . r u - -i r Thre is no alteration i the postion f the Queen.of Nations. .An attempt: will be. made. to land c.argo:to-day.-': *:'n ''' ':,! : b. -

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STRANDING OF THE BARQUE QUEEN OF NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

3TRINUIN?G- OF' TH BAQRQUE QJUjElNOF' Tr?ii bhrqe :Quden of Nations," bdond'frofi London' to Sydney, v ran. ashoie vyesterday, morning on a sandy beach, about three miles north .of Wollongng. harbour, at a. place, knon' as Towridg CreCek'.''''Soon! 'after tlhe vessel r'eache'd' the&; shore/most; of; the crewr landed: but one man was..drowned1,in ithel attempt. The captain and mate refused to go ashore, and 'acted altogether :inm a very ec centric, manner. .'According),to last reports the vessel lies about 300 yards from the shore and has not apparently received much-daim age, and the cargo, it: isr tli6'olit; 'i ia-y'b ' easily saved:; ni ;:r:uii;.~ o lu raoll :A?fj n T'he Queen of Nations ;is ,one-of, eorge& Thompson's White Star Line, that has up to the present ad'a' vry' sccessu1 c6reeir iii' the'ig' ndid passfigeri tradd betiWeenLon' don'aiand; thi'I lport;.l 'Her eregi'stertLtorinage! was :827,'andshei had;on boardaifullgeneral, cargo. Her commander's name is S....

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The Mount Browne Diggings. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

S-The Isount -Browne Diggings. IIrTTERS have been received from Wilcannia wvhich state that reat omiplainis are being made at Mount Browvne concerning the scar cit?' of provisio'ns, pnd ripts ae .inpending. It is said tlat grog is sent ,out to the diggings in ir eferen'e? to flour 'a oidthr' provisi0ons, beca;sefliquorI pa ysa Igher freigihtage rate. The l diggers are greatly annoyed at theflar'ge quantity1 of.grog arriving and the small quan tit?,of stores.for?ivarded, and express their in otntion of 'lestropyiig adl :hpot wliichi arrives tilll the Wilcannia siorekeepers send out .a s;fficientSuppl' f food. 'The storekeepenr 'in their' turn complhin of scarcity of. teamis, bhut large nhumib'ers of .conveyances are always eaving the Darling.for the goldfields, gene rally heav;ily laden, vith cases. 1of liquor anid barels ,of beer. It I?is said' tht t people are actually stiarving for want fl Qur, and scores haveiandoned theircaiums so as togo gelse wvhere tforfd., fo 'idprAspeco; at...

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GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881

GOJLBRF' ' QUiAlTEIV SESSIONS. VWEDNESDAY, JIUNE I. BEFORin lis Honor Judge Mc Farland. Mr.h'.oss acted as sheriff, and Mr. Mc Kellar- occupied a seat on the bench. 'h-e.fourt vwa s ope n ediati oo!clo c k:P; Mr. Beckhouse prosecuted for the .Crown. The bar was represented by.Messrs. Betts, Langdon--and-Ganon.non i:-:?',::. ic.' After :the jury had been called,;:,: .The, Ciown-Prosicutor Sltated t thia h ad recetved nstuctioins not to prosecute? the caseidf1VI-i )herty for co0nce-ilment of birth; and -also in the cdases ofl,.Josephl Taylor (for- burning fences-at Crookwell)-and Williamn Rawlings (fot passing Ovalueless cheques) hese would not: :be proceeded, with . butf 'the 'Bench .accorichng to thel depositions wFerelS- bound .to commit at the time the caseswere':befire thliem 'fHowever, froinj inf6rmation since 'received, it: :appearedi "th lith: tlie'prisoner in. tlie'. last c ise; liadi:ben drink~iiaih dv' 's'not awirel'of tliestate 'of lIisadiicnit atth tnetm .'":., .. '' His ...

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