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Science. INVENTIVE SCIENCE. New and Practical Improvement in Mechanism. The Electrical Typewriter.—Calearcons Formations in Plants.—Continuous Tin Plate.—A Vegetable Soup.—Miscellaneous Discoveries. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

i Science* INVENTIVE SCIENGL. m 0 ? Net o and Practical Improve ments in Mechanism. Tho Cicatrical Tjpowrltor.-Caloorcono Formations in Plants — Continuous Tin Plato*.— A VcRctablo Soup.— MlscolIanoouB Dl3covcrlca. A correspondent thuo describes tho eleo trio typewriter, which promises to rival to lomo extent tho tolophono. Tho instrument in appearance somewhat resembles an ordinary meolianical typewriter. It bno a key-board, and tho types aro placed on steel bars, wbiob play upon a common oontro, an in tho case with tho type-writer. Tho motive power used is oleotrioity, by means of which nvonnoBS of action in required. No matter how heavily or how lightly tho knyo are struok, tho impression on tho paper in tho oamo. A romarkablo feotuio of tho inven tion used as a typewriter is that tho carriage moves automatically both forward and back ward. Whon tho ond of tho line is reached the oarriago roturno to th3 starting point without tho aid of tho operator, and the papor bar moveo' ono ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POST[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

vo.Sj'al: On Mondays, Tnc.;d:iy^, V\*bdnc:; 1 ^ tl 1 Friday:!, Saturday;) tho nr.il v.* ill ...» l.f')i)a.m.,nrrivingat undcrnicnLioncdpl.ic-.i r.u ciiiiu. stated: — Yarrunga nt o r-.m , Barren',. .n--., a.«^0 a. in., Kangaroo Valley, G.'0 n.m,. 1 1 v-, 8.45 a.m., Nowra 0.40 a.m. On S:itur(iay.3, Monday;:, Tuesday:-, Wcrlueul.'.yj. J.iiur.;d;-v.:, Fridaya, thoy v/ill be' dcjpatohed a:; ioUo\.o; — Leavo Kov/rr. p.m., O vuhwzirr.. Kangaroo Vr.llcy, 7 p.m., PiatrenrTarry. 7.-i;.) Yarrungn, 11.45 p.m., arriving at Mo::j V.iI 1,15 a.m., on Sundays, Tuojdaya. Wcdn-j;idi-y-, Thursdays, Fridays, ami Saturdays Tho mail at present dcip Uchcd from Vrlc at 2.50 a.m. on Monday will not be i:. :pn,to!'.'.'.l until 6.30 a.m. Tlio mails at. present dcpatched to places on the southern line beyond Mo:^ Vale oil { Sunday at 2. SO a.m. v/ill be discontinued, ;:mi 'u lieu thereof tho mails will be doapatehe.i at 12.o0 .a.m. on Mondav. tA train will u- u..'. on Sunday evening, leaving Sydney \s !».»«». U...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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For the Fat and the Lean. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

j?or the Fat and the Lean. mo inoroaao iti weight : Eat, to thoo oxtont fit oatiBfying a natural appotito, of fat moatn, buttor, oream, milk, ooooa, chooolato, broad, potatoes, peao, paronips, carrots, boots, farinaceous foods, ao Indian coru, rico, tapiooa, sago, corn otarob, pastry, ouotordo, oatmeal, sugar. Avoid aoido. Ercroiao ao littlo ao poooiblo ; oleop oil yon can and don't worry or frot. Ill leuuuu euu . uu, iu Oi satisfying □ natural appotito, of lean maai, 'poultry, gamo, eggs, milk, moderately, green vegetables, turnips, oucoulont fruita, ta or coffeo. Drink limo-juico, lomosodo and aoid drinks, Avoid fat, bnttor, cream, sugar, pastry, rico, oago, tapiooa, corn atarob, potatPQn, carroto, bcoto, parcoipa cud owcoi wines. Exoroicc frcoly.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

.. . '-'liocof 'iiifbriMation. COACHED. For SnrroM Fo(ii:-r. — lc:.vc ; M ti33 Valo at 7.15 r» ir» returnin r.t fi r. in 2. ID p in ]- m 7 p m I, p m . t . Fare l.'i jiinjjlc, cliildvcn Gd 'Fou Br.nr.iriA. — coach Tj-vcj Valc nt 7 ? a in vcLurning ai 12 m-m 2. IT) p iu ' ,, 0 p in Fare Is (M uhiMrcn 1M .SmrUl ch; t n '.T -.'i fat* p-Tc'c'lfi i:ci!o tln oij^h tho driver oimd.iyj n ; above except tlio midday journey:; Spcci:»l tripj made at any tin: : on !0'.ti-')ri i ?'- Mr 1 1' r: 'lia ? Coachc:j r.b.o vim to Robertson rr.d : . Valley

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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WALL TIDY OR CATCH ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

WALL TIDY OB CATCHALL. Tata a oirale of ntifi cardboard, any cizo preferred, oover it on ono oido with a layer Ot old llannol, over that ono of oilk, out largo enough to turn over thoodgo of cardboard, then run it round with strong thread and Ar/m on to tho oardboard: this forms thn Jbaak. Cut onothor pieco of volvot or plush t?ro-tbirda around, but nquaro corocs tbo o'ufwr part, out down the contro two or threo inohe'Si hco with cambria or natio. 16 muot ? be an itfflh ot pjoro Iorgor than tha bcok to elightlyMlontaiho baok. Turn nppcz parts taolc liko revorc, on liko r, letter flop, l'olnfi or cmbroidor n pret'.y Resign bolow. Edgo tho wholo circlo with oord ond finish with bsll tossolo at tha cornoro o! £- o flops, with cord ond taccola to hong id by. An inqaisitiva corrcjpondont wanta to! bnow whioh io v?orco, oatorpillara or grass feoppcia? Dopondd (OT nhoro you havo 'om : on tho wheat gracaIio3p2.:ii nro wonjo, down your pack, caterpillar n.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

WEST CAMDEN ADYOCATE. ? M : : -and- . : Berrima District Press (ESTABLISHED -1874) [a tho OLDEST, LARGEST, and MOST WIDELY CIRCULATING NEWSPAPER between Sydney and Ctoulburn. . * ; ':o; ? ?? SUBSCRIPTION : PER ANNUM (in advanoe) .. .. . .10 0 PER HALF YEAR (in advance) .. .. ?? 5 0 PER QUARTER (in advance) . . .. .. ?? 2 6 PER QUARTER (credit) .. ... ?? 3 0 PUBLISHED Every Wednesday, and Saturday Morning. ?' ' : * ;? ? Advertising Rates Reasonable. — ? ;o; . ? . [s the Representative Paper of a Large Dietriot,' and offers Speoial Advantages to Advertisers whioh. no other local paper 'can-give, circulating as it does extensively among the leading residents, and in every fanner and . ' Selector's home in at least THIRTY TOWNS and Villages throughout the Surrounding District,, the population of whioh is about 6ooo. ' * - I ' THE SCRUTINEER IS AN INDEPENDENT PAPER/ FBEE FROM ANY CLIQUE OB PARTY. Jobbing Department. NEW TYPE is being added to the Jobbin j Department is order that the pap...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

. ' mu Smttmeev. teems ' ? SunscmiTiox 2/6 per quarter prepaid; 3/; if . booked ; charged onlj from the time of commencing. . - Advertisements — ot less than one inch, 1/- ior the first two lines and 3d. per lino after ; longer - ? advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/6 for ? every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made — «r standing advertisements. Advertisements o , births, mairiages, and deaths, if sent by post, must . be authenticated by the signature of some person ? : knewn at the office, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will he received up to 6 p.m. on ^ ? day of publication. Tho numbor of insertions should be written on the face, or the advertise* ments will bo continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing advertisements must be sent in by nine a.m. oil Tuesdays and Fridays. -3* All accounts tine for subscriptions, advertid ing, or printing are payable at the olfice, Moss Vale , AUOTIOWEEB; ?WILDS MEADOW ATSTD ROBERTSON, j...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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OUR YOUNG FOLK. A PAPER FROG. Something for Girls and Boys [?]Puzzle Over. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

OUR YOUNG FOLK, A PAPER FROG. | Something for Girls nnd Bovs U Puzzle Over. O.io of tho moot interesting of (I-e displayo at tho recent I\irin Eibibitirr was tho counter of ofcj ;cta mado by tha j doj-s nnd gjrla in tho Echool of Japan. Among tho excel lent embroidery and cabinct-maliiig and pottery, tluro were curinurly tuei:(;l) a number lI module in folded peprr, made by -iuig Jjpancee — ' j in lo nmufo thtmt-tlvif,' Aid iho iug. nuity ebown in Iho- uumbiration ul Bhnpc Hi-d colour in these trlli s cum pliltly put into tlo ehsde' all at tempts at. folding up to then familiar to UP. There vtns this frcg, for instanoe, done in a dirty grcen^li-bronzo pa per (and looking muoh more frog like than wo havo been ablo to get it in tho eletcb), which wo persuaded the attendant to take I to piecos for ua and then do ap again to nhow us how it wao dono. A square pieco ot paper was taken and folded across (as in diagram, Fig. 1.) from a to a, and A to a, both inwards; nnd then frnni n to i),...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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GOLDEN CROSS INN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

GOLDEN CROSS INN. HI CAMILLA, 1 .Many ycara ogo, thero lived near Mon . ;j tbcator a wealthy old gentleman named ? Jolion Vernon. With him resided William ? Vernon, hio brothcr'aaon, who waa onoociotcd . ' with bim in buoinejo. Tho old man, though . now on tho vorgo of threo ocoro nnd ten ; years, waa yot in tho habit, no ho had been ? ior noorly half n century, of riding into ?. Manchester olono, onco n year, to collect bio : (onto. Thin buoincno uoually tooU two or ; thrco daya for itn transaction. Being ol a . miserly disposition, ho preferred to do the . errand himcelf rather than pay an agent bowovcr trifling tho olmrgo may bo. Will Vernon conatnntly upbraided tho old Bon with tho lolly of tho thins, telling him that it won not oalo to go on ouch journoyn ? olono, that ho would cortainly bo robbed and ? porhopn murdered ; but it wo3 of no use to : remonntrato. Mr Vornon could find no roa ; con that waa of oullicicnt importance to pro vent him from purcuing tho couroo which ho -...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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INSTRUCTIVE BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

INSTRUCTIVE BITS. Asia contains mora than ball tho popnln. tion ol the world. Thero aro now sixty cardinals, coven aro sver eighty yeara old, twonty-ono between 3ovonty and eighty, twenty-two botween 3ixty and ooventy, clovon botweon fifty and oixty, and four botween forty-two nnd lorty oight. Tho smallest, simplist, nnd bcot protected post ofiico in tho world io in tho Strnits ol Magellan, and haa boon thera lor mnDy yeara ; it oonsioto ol o small keg or cask chaincd to the rocks of tho extrcmo cape, in otrnits oppooito Terra dol Fucgo; enoh pas sing ships oendo a boat to tako tho letters | and put othoro in, tho post ofiioo is sellact ing, and unprovided with a post-master, and | J is, thoreforo, under tho protection ol nil the i nations ol tho world, - i Tho frog, owing to ito peouliar structure, - j cannot breatho with tho mouth open, and ' j il it woro loroibly kept opon tho animal i would dio of suffocation. i Measurements ol o quortor ol a million ? j of soldiers havo shown t...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEDRIDDEN BY HALLUCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

BEDRIDDEN BY HALLUCINA TION. / One ol tho earliest settlers oI Lvingston county, Missouri, has for twenty-five years beon the victim of a qneor hallucination tbat has kept him confined to hio bed. In 1865, during a Blight illneoo, ho was oeized with a foar that ho would dio of heart diseaso il* ho attempted to stnnd up or to raise his head above a oortain lovel. Every possible tho idea from hia mind, but without success. He stubbornly otuck to his couoh, and re fused to bo coaxed or frightened out ol it. On ono occasion his wifo had a lot of straw piled near tho houoc and then set on fire. Tho wind blew tho smoko towards tho house and tho family began ohouting fire and oarry ing out the furniture. Lilly was told to run for hi4 life, but ho nover otirredont ol bed. At another timo his favourite daughter, Minnie, wao sent away, and Jdtlly was told that sho bad been hurt and wra' dying at q neighbor's house, and tbat sho1 bad begged him to oomo to her. Tears wetted from the alllicted m...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

f | r / / ^re ffie 0/ ? SlfliCES ? ?Jp |v'; ? ? i tjSa, Impurity of tlxe Blood.— Enfeebled Existence. Tilts medicine cmtoncos every aUritatorctiuircd In a ccneral nn-ldomc»tlo remedy; it overturns tho foundation ot disease Jjilil by dcfechvo foou aud impure air. In obstruction or con ccitiotu of tho liver, limp*, bovrel*, or anv other organs, theso nils nro especially fcrviceablo qiiJ eminently succcssfuL Thoy MiouM lies kept m reclines;} in every family, being n mcdlcino of inconipamblc utility for youcij rcrsona, particularly to thus® of feeble couiMutto. - Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, Head ache, and Lowness of Spirits. Theso Pill* c fleet n truly wonderful chon^o la debilitate*? constitution*, os they crcato a healthy appetite, correcting mnove cxcc?3 of bllo, ond ovcrcomo giddiness, hcadacho, find palpitation of tho heart. Indigestion, Stomach, and Liver Complaints. Tcrsona tjufforfag from nny disorders of tbo liver, stomach, -or other organs of digestion, should have immediat...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KING LUDWIG AND WAGNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

KING LUDWIG AND ^^GNER. TV . '. I was onco walking with o, tricngj a native ol Munich, through o^e' o*l'thtf leading thoroughfares of that beautiful gijy, when ho suddenly stopped, and pointed^ io' a house which, although not a largo nnoj^is of very comfortable proportions and was eurronnded by a garden, and bad every oppcaranco of elegance. ; 'In that house,' eaid ho, '.lived iho old man who was responsible for tho eccentri cities of our poor demonted and now deceased king. It was the homo of Richard ,^'agner.' I havo recently read a etory which is now going the rounds, told by g~. person who claims to hava beon in the bodyjguard of the unfortunate King Ludwig of Bavaria, Iwhioh says that tho late king was not insano, and that the causo of all the trdubre'^f ths'muoh to-be-pitied monarch was duo' to Bisinarok and to a woman. How ttuo this may be, X know not. Richard Wagner certainly had on unbounded influence :over tho ; Bavarian king, and if many of the strongest adheronts of Ludw...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SURGICAL INSTRUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

NEW SURGICAL INSTRUMENT. A young doctor some little time ago went out \\r0Bt,and, paving a love Ior outdoor life and no fear *b'£ ? hardships, settled down as tho resident ph'yBician and surgeon )ol a mining enmp. Ho has dono well, I anl glad to say. Recently ho wrote to a friend, des cribing hiB work, eomowhat in tho following strain : ^ J Most of my patiepto oomo Jo mo with injuries to ilmby, &e., from mino accidents, demanding surgical treatment. I find it necessary to add a revolver to my' surniool instruments. Tho minero oannot always be made to undorstan.i tbat it is sometimes a nrcetsity to give them considerable pain in fetniimg fractures, amputating fingers, and . ? the: like,- They have, too, an embrarrp4'* way of interrupting an operation % ing down tho ei/rgroo. . So J ' with me, and beforo I b tako out. tho weapon-''' Iminly, and «ill .f always, has a s ? '-i:li - j ?

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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THE SHORT PATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

THE SHORT PATH. ' Br ZU BEFEHL. Chamois hunting offers nomo ot tbo moot thrilling experiencco, for thero is always an elomcnt of danger prcsont in purouing tho graceful littlo orcaturo np among tho toot ling orags and wild, wind-cwopt cliffs, among whioh it is tho only quadruped nt homo. Far abovo it, soaring on hugo outatrotched wingo, oven over tho highest Gnjv7-crowned topi-, that preat vu'turo, tho Iinmmergoyer, looks down upon ar- empire both decolato and oubliin-?. 'i'hero is no irresistible charm nbout those en?iv.cnpped mountains whioh grows stronger overy timo thoy aro seen. ijtornallj- old. yet ever young, they ntanct unchanged through countless ages— solemnly grand when their vast extent of peak and domo lieu outlined against a cloudy nliy — radicntly beautiful when the rieing or sotting Eun lavishe'. till tho tints of tho rainbow upon their dazzling, icy heights, yot loavoo the valleys filled with a black and misty sha dow. In tho glistening gardens of tho snow queen man...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Traveller. HOW AXES ARE MADE. What a Reporter Saw in a Large Factory. How Steel is Suddenly Transformed [?]the Rugged Woodsman's Favorite To[?]—The Welding, Tempering and Grinding Process. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

traveller. HOW AXES ARE' MADE; What a Jteportet* Sato in a Largo I^actoi'y, How Stool is Suddenly Transformed Viz* tho Rugged Woodsman's Favorito Tor* — Tlic Welding, Tcmporlng and Grinding' Proccs#. Externally thoro ia nothing in tho leant ftttrftoti7G about a groat axe manufactory. Tho principal building ia a lon^, low, din^y Gtructuro utterly devoid o! paint or orna ment. Not until tho viflitor inside and begins to take an inventory of hia Burrouw! inga does ho begin to bo impresacd by tho greatness ol tbo works, A glance into tho engine-room, whenco motivo power ia supplied to tho various de partments, shows that tho quantity of mnohiiinrv mu/,fc bn nnnrmonfl. The engino ia a stalely piece o! mechan ism, majestic in its movements nnd gigaolit: in its proportions. Tho fly-wheel is fort), two inches in tho rim and twenty-eight feet in diameter, supplying continually a foreo equal to (our hundred horse power r.nd oapablo of much moro. Ao ono enters tho main workshop a uoifc equal t...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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INTERESTING ANECDOTES. A COUNT'S QUEER TITLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

INTERESTING ANECDOTES. A COUNT'S QUEER TITLE. Count Panonroatro, a prominent Spanish nobleman, has just died in Madrid. Tho story of his titlo io thus told : Charles V. was n groat hunter. Ono day, whilo partridgo shooting, ho wao accom panied by a gamokooper, who joined in tho sport, Tho servants of his majesty wero loaded with game, when a pnrtridga rose under tho feet of tho two sportsmen, Two shots wont off simultaneously. Tho part ridge fell. ' Who killed that bird ?' oaid tho king to tho gamekeeper. 1 1 did,' was tho roply. 'You iin. vnn nnnnndrnl I' rmld thn Mnn- in D rage. Thereupon tho gnard nnooromonionsly struck hio majesty. The first movement o! Charles waa to try to kill him, but fortunatoly hie gun waa un loaded. Thon hio second ond moro success ful effort wao to oavo tho man from tho fury of his attendants ond Bond him away to prison, with tho recommondation to prepare for death, remarking also that hio offence was all tha moro atrooiouo beeauso ho could not prove tha...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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THE SAGE AND THE LAWYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

? ' inn SAOE AND SOB LAWYER. ? ' A' lawyer who had a very important oaue on ' ' bitnd went to a sago and said : ? ' Oh, great and wiso man, toll mo how I ? shall appeal to the Jury in this case in order ?to win it?' ,, ' Have you foots to eapport yon J' aBkod tho cage. ... ii j havo, but, alas I Facts don't go any. ' ' more.' ' 'How is tho Insanity Dodge!' ? ? 'Played out.' 'Can't you work'in pathos?' ii There o been too muoh o! it in tbe past, ob.floge. How's previous good' obarootor?' 'Alas! my cliontbaB none.'1 ' 'And Kleptomania ?' ' ' Ah 1 sir, but ho broko into a dwelling at V ' inidnight, and mast got a now dodgo or ho will bo found guilty.' ' ' ' ?' Hob tho proseaution any witnesses!' ? n Thoy havo tho owner of tho bbuEo, who '(iweiLT3p0BitiV0ly to my oliont'a identity.' i, ? ' Then provo to tho jury that ho has beon ' Btono-blind for tho paat ton yoaro.' ? ? ? ' uontii : Tho lawyer won his oooo, and tho prisoner ' fTAi npologicod to whoa got at libojiy,

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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THE DIGNITY OF THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

THE DIGNITY OF THE COURT. Tho following inoidont, whioh is vouched for ao fact, io ol a judge who had a lofty idea of bio own legal capacity, and wao at tho same time anxious to sustain tho dignity of the court. ? 1 A ' shooting ' caoo oamo boforo him. There was no direot avidcnca ea to tha porpetrotor ol tho murder, bat tho individual arroBted won well known, and, indeed, confessed tho uiimu. uutii uiuugut into oourc, ino judgo oautionod tho prisonor not to commit him self ; that ho muot romcmbcr his rights as a citizen, and that, abova all things, ho must bo careful not to interrupt tho prooeedingo of tho court. After thia Irondly warning tho judge wont on to otato that ho, the prisonor, had boon accused of having, on a certain date shot tho dcoeasod. Upon this tho prisoner broko in, — 'Waal, an' so I did.' His honour wao annoyed at this interrup tion. ' Hold your tonguo, sir I' he exolaimed. 1 Havo I not told you not to commit yoursell nor interrupt mo? I shall oommii you for con...

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