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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

-? feraiittnial. bYBNEY UARKIIS. t Sncr.BAi i:vtMNa, iy, o'Ciocic. ^ 6 d. £ s Od ?Flour... ... ...' ... 0 0 to 21 0 0 t\V lieut, per bushel (dcllniug) ' . . ... '0-0 -0 0' B ' 0' Hal/e, in demand, r , ... , 0 10 0 4 ? U 'OalH(hi.utih) . .... ' ... 0 6 0 0 0 0 Uailtj (English) . c ' . . 0 i 0 II 4 0 t'olauies (dull nnd unsaleable) « ... 1,0 -'0' 110 0 Ouion-., .seaiue, and lu deaiund ! ... 0 16 0 '? ? -] 0 0 ; Hay, pu ton (0 iUn) ... ...'' 8 0' 0 0 0 n JjULornc .. .. '-lilO 0, G 0 U I nk (sciuco) ... 1 5.. S'O 0 ' 0111 0 .ri{S8faU-amoatftom .. .. 0 0' 5 * 000 , V ??? ' 1 ,Vt- 0 10 0 1 10 0 ;.-owlb, per pair fr ... '...»,.;0 -1 , OS 0 '5- 0'! , .« ... o a o - o o o ? 0 & 0 0 10 0 J1,1^ ??, . ,, , ??? v ... . 0 15 . 0 ? 0 18 0 lultu, 1st quality (in den mi) . 0 10 0 10 JJillo, iufui ior (dull) ? '-- 0 0 0 ' 0 10 0' Choo.se (i_olouI.il) ? , ... o 0 -.1 o'O 8' liggfi, per dozen (In demand) ... 0 12 o 1 8' ?Ji''1 ?? ?? .... ...' 0' 0 0 ~ 0 0 6' Hams . .. 0 0 0 0 0 lo Uacon if smnl...

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THE MINISTERIAL RE-ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

this kixrsrcLUAr RE-Ekncnoxs. With the exception of Mr. Hay, whoso election has not yet taken. placc, and of Mr, Donaldson, ? ? - ,who was defeated, the Parker Cabinet have been 'a!k:rcuirned. :-Mr. IIat's, -election 'is 'alpiost ? 'certain;- and we liave no doubt but that, - Mr. . Parker will be able . to secure the'sevices of «?- a ''treasurer. Jlr. DARVALT, is again returned to -the Assembly . ' to turn, and turn,, anil- turn ?again :' this political Mr. ???Twotongues.'- has again ? succeded -?in wheedling' the electors of North Cumberland. While Mr. Manning has, - -also,'':' been successful in the contest against ? Mr'. 'PiKDMan for the South Biding of Cumber land- -.That any of the Parker Cabinet should have vbeensre-elected .we , consider, unfortunate ; but, ? 'considering the shortness of the tune allowed to 'prepare for the contest, the greit inlluence 'ministerial candidates bring with them into such, v contests, -and . the 'large and extended coustitu' encies tliat had to ...

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Shipping. WOLLONGONG SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

[?] - 3VOLLO]STGONG SHIPPING. s.:;: ARRIVALS. Octobcr- 13.-~Kiama, Charles, from Kiama.' ElizabcUi Cohen from Sydney. ?';??.'??? -'C' ? October 1-1— Illawarra, Sullivan, from Sydney. * 1 ? ; * .October 15 -rNora C'reinai: Fletcher,' from - Sydney. - Kiama,* Charles, from Sydney. Illawarra, Sullivan, from Kiama. ' October 10.— Kora Creina, i'lctcher,1 from .Shoidliavenfand; Kinma. Jiiama, uuancs; irom mama. Aiiawanu, ouuiyan, irom Sydney. ... r t ? ? ?? October 17.— IUavaiTa, Sullivan, from Kiama. . October 18.— Nora Creina, Fletcher, from Sydney. -Kiama Charles, from Sydney. Illawarra, Sullivan from Sydney; ^ ^ : . ' , DEPARTURES, October 13.— Illawarra, Sullivau, for Sydney.; Octobor 14.— Illawarra, Sullivan, for Kiama. . ' . ? October 15. — Nora Creina, Ifleteher, for Kiama and Shoalhavcn. Kiama, . Charles, for. Kiaina. Illawarra, Sullivan, for Syd ney. v \ October 16.— Elizabeth Cohen, for Sydney. JTora Creina; Fletcher, for Sydney. Kiama, Charles, for Sydney. . \ October ,17.— I...

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HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

? : . * ^HOIlSE ^ M ARKET. ! ^rcsssrfl. Groso and Agnow ropnrc that tbn liorso market during tho pnst week hns rouiuinudfirm at last Quotations. Thu doutand for good country and draught howts has been much brisker; and the supply not equal' lo tbo demand. A consignment of really UHeful wcstcrn cocotry horecs'movfd off ntfrom 451.' to 701. Light draught andsa'ldlo wo have soldfroin 151, to *301. * hu.ivy draught, iim in ?ni .. 4r»ff»i«inr fil. lo 151.. uud not ennuired for. , Heavy draught horses, broken, or uubroken, eagerly nought for at ad-, vanned pvlccs. ' ; .i' ? ;? .' * Watt and Tcarsonroport as follows:— The horse market during the past week has been better, supplied with irefah fitock than for many pjevious weeks past ^nevertheless, with fw« exceptions, all the lots o/l'erod have brought advanced prices, and met with ready sales, l'ho demand still predominates for heavy diaught aud thorough town horses with good characters. The sales dui ing tho week havo been ' attended by ...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

V:- : ; SYDNEY SHIPPING-. ? -'ARRIVALS. v ' October 10 — Helen -Douglas, ship; 894 tons, Wclch, from London Jnne i^Oth. ' v- -r : v f r October ,11;— Tasmania (s.), 400. tons, Clinch/; froni Hobart. Town; 7ih instant. Post Boy, schooner, 160 tons, Field,' from tho -Sonth Seas. Cnrlowj brig, 116 tonv, .lobnstou, from tho ? South .Seas/. Thomas and Henry, ;brig, 232 tpns, Thompsoni from. Otaj^o 21st September. . . \ October 12.— Waratah (s.), 450 tons,; Knight, 'from Wide Bay 9th iastant. .America^ Chilian ship, 333 tons, Montauo Luis, from Taleahuano i3ui July. Monarch, om que, alb .tons, Kelly, Irom Melbounie Gth instant. Gazelle, schooner, -170 tons, ^I'Kcnzie, from Melbourne Cth* iustant. Lizzie Webber, brig, 240 tons, M'Kinley, from :Launceston 4th instant. Nimroud, ship, 1022 : tons, Gateuby, froui,thc Downs 1st July. ..William, brig, 180 tons, :.Brown, from Geelong Cth instant. October: 13.— Heather Bell, brig,, 190 tons, H'Farland, from Auckland 1st instant. Palmero, brigj 13-...

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KIAMA SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 20 October 1856

' ^ kiama soipping. - '-??V-v ? .ARRIVALS. .;'-V October II.-- Kiama, Charles, from Sydney, vltora Creina Fletcher, from Sydney. . . ?' ?;' 1 (|ctoher. 1:J.— Seagull, Granby, from Sydney. : 2Tora Creina Fletcher, from Shoalhaven. - ^ v^' October 14;— Illawarra, Sullivan, from Sydney. -. October 15.— Kiama, Charles, . from Sydney/ .Kora; Creina,' Fletcher, from Sydney. ? Octobcr 16.— Kora Croiiia. Fietchcr, from Shoalhaven. October 17. — Illawarra, Sullivan, from Sydney. 'DEPARTURES. October 12.— Carnation, 'Basteh, for, Sydney, with' SOOOO feot ?sawed'timber.'' . ; October 13.— Kiaina, Charles, .for Sydney. ;:. Nora i . Creina, ?Fletcher, for Sydney. October 15. — Illawarra, Sullivan, for Sydney. ; '^Nora- Creina, Fletcher, for Shonlliaven. - ?'? v;-: * ' October 10— Kiama, Charlcs,. for Sydney.: ? Nora Creina, Fletelu'r, for Sydney. - V * - October 17.— illawarra, Sullivan, for Sydney. ? * . /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

Extra, Steam?!: to and from Sydney during tho Races. 1.1011 tlio convenience ol persons attending I'fr/ t /?- tlio Races und otherwise, the NORA ^tJS&lsL CREINA will leave Wollonging fur Sydney 'sfcESKsii? on Monday, nt 2 p.m., returning- from Sidney at 11 p.m. tlio sumo night. — Will leave Wollongong for Sydney on 'Auesdnv, nt 8 a.m., and returning from Syd ney tor Woiloiigong tliafc night at 1 1 p.m. — Leaving Wollongong at tlio close ot tlio races, on Thursday, at'' G p.m. ' ' v'l lio ILLAWARRA on Monday, Wednesday, and iiiduy. at tlio usual hours. CHARLliS FATRS, Agent, 71 . . Wollongong, 2fcth October, lsoti. Kiamaand Wollongong Steamer. fTHIJJ ILLAWARRA and NO II A CREINA -1- iiom tlio riicoi.i\ Wharf, SYDNEY, eve,v TULSDAY, WEDNESDAY, and S A F U ill) A V morning at 9 o'clock, and every TUESDAY and FRIDAY night at 11 o'clock. Ifrom KLAMA, every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURsDAY and bill 1JAY morning at 1 1 a.in. ^-?Fiom WOLLONGONG on the ..same days ut 1 p.m. - Taies to and...

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The Country. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

[?] FataIi Acoidckt. — Wo regret to hear that an accident occuiTod: to 'jri'R. /Davis, the wife of constable Davis, - stationed at Lochinvnr, which hns since been tho occasion of her death. ? ' Tlio jiarticulars, as fur as wo can gntlior, j-. M are. theso;.;- i One day last week Mrs. Davis, together with -M otherAfemales; was driving in a cart towards tho river, vvlicn from some cuiiao tho cart capsized, throwing airs. Davis with such- force to tho ground as to break her h|| ?thigh,: and also' somo of her ribs, Tho serious injury wl'ielrwas occasioned rondered amputation necessary. . -Mrs.- Dn vis, however, never recovered tho shock sustained by her system, and died 011 Wednesday last. — Maitland Mercury, Oct. 11. ,.JS . '1 iik American Blight. — The following remedy for al 'this destructive disease has been connnunicated tons by ? Mr. Shearinan, who has adopted it with considerable success ; for'-threo years ]iust. Tako the trco ot tho fall of tho leaf, and after opening it to tho ...

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(To the Editor of the "Illawarra Mercury.") [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

(To tlio Editor] of tlio 'Illawarra Mcrcury.') Sir — -In your valuable journal of the 22iul ultimo, there appeared a letter signed 'A Resident,' tho solo '-win of which, it seems to me, was to raise a falso -.report- to tlio injury of tho reputation of the Steam Packet I1111 ;; as well as that of our worthy and efficient District -Constable. I would ere this have replied to ? Kesiilent's ' letter but that I believed somo person II more, competent than myself would contradict tho J5 assertions. made in it. I am myself a resident of this jj district since the year 18-t'J ; since which time I havo g .known John M' Cur thy, and havo always found him a, fe person ot lrrep' ouchable character. As regards the manner 111 which his house is conducted, I must give it as 'J my. most dewded opinion that a better conducted housei than his there is not 111 tho district of Illawarra. And f| ?„iis. regards our District Constable, Jlr. Brown, a more ?;;j efficient police ofheer does not hold ollice ...

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(To the Editor of the "Illawarra Mercury.") [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

(To Itlio Editor of tlio 'Illawarra Mercury.') Sir — III reply to your strong animadversions on my conduct contained 111 your last publication, headed ?' A Coroner wanted for Woiloiigong,' I beg to observe that it would havo been us well if you bad ascertained tho truth ot your statements before publishing them as lacts. 1 do not hold either of tho ollices in question, 'having resigned them some time ago, 111 consequenco nt E my removal to Kiama; and suppose tlio present unset- ' tied state ot affairs at beau quarters is tho cause of my i* successors not being appointed. 1 am, sir, your obedient. * | servant, g ROBERT FALDER. ? ? Kiama, October 22. flu, reference to the above, we have to express our regret -? m . at ^ having beon led to make a mis-statement. Wo do not -, k know what period ot timo ' some time ago' embraces, . ? g ? but wo can, however, positively assert, 011 tlio most, re liable authority, that Dr. Falder had not resigned tho orhceot Coroner on the 15th of September...

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(To the Editor of the "Illawarra Mercury.") [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

(To tho Editor of the 'Illawarra Mercury.') Sir — A case was disposed of 011 last Monday in tho H following extraordinary manner ?? — f was summoned, by i«j Dr. ilosking to answer tho chargo of laughing, whist- |j ling, i&c., with intent to provoke a breach of tbo peace; |j and all this whilo 011 niv own verandah. Now, tlio' f| chargo -was not proven against me ; but, 011 the con- [1 trarv. it was clearlv nroven I was not 011 the verandah 11 at tho time. Yet the magistrates fined me in twenty shillings and costs. Why then vvas I fined ; and what j was I fined tor I Is it possible that tlio magistrates, dispose ot a case m favour of a man because his outward appearance might bo taken for4 that of a gentleman ? Do they call this iiistico? Hoping -you will insert the nbovo statement and queries, I remain yours respectfully, ? DAVID PALMER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

Ill await ft -Annual Eacoa. A PROGRAMME of each day's !Races, , Xvith, tho names of tlio horses entered, tlio owners, arttl nil other necessary particulars, will bo published nt this 'Office on tho morning ot each day. PRICK SIXPENCE. ?Spring Goods. BIUGHT AND DAVIS havo just received a LARGE SUPPLY of NEW nnd SEASONABLE GOODS, 'nnd will offer them nt such prices that cannot fail to ?fjwo tho UTMOST SATISFACTION to their numerous friends nnd patrons. 35 SPRING AND SUMMER, GOODS. GEO. HEWLETT and CO. htivo ninch pleasure in inviting their friend and customers to inspect their newly-arrived and fushionablo ujsortment of Dresses, Mantles, ?Parasols, ?Arc., itc, 'Boleeted _ from some of the nest houses in Sydney, 'which will ho told nt prices that mufct ensitro'a speedy -sale, und give entire satisfaction to tho purchasers. Post office, V ollongong, October 20, 18-56. 47 NEW AND FASHIONABLE MILLINERY. GEO. HEWLETT nnd CO. invito tho special attention of Ladies to 'their newly-received v...

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THE COMPANION TO THE AUSTRALIAN FLOWER GARDEN. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

TltE COMPANION TO THE .AUSTRALIAN FLOWER GARDEN: ( From the Journal of Australasia.) October. Finish Sowing all such perennials and biennials lis vciu intend should bs sown tliis season. They may eithei* be sown in borders, or in three and four feet wide beds of rich earth, and raked in, or covered evenly with earth : the largest seeds not more than balf-au-inch deep; nor tne smaller ones not Jess tlun a quarter ot an men; They had better bo sowii in drills. Water tho bods fre quently in dry liealher. Hyacinth^ and other Choice Flowers. — Hyacinth, Tulip, Ranunculus, Anemone, &c , will now be coming fast into blossom. The more curious and valuable varieties deserre particular care; Heavy rains, and cut ting of strong winds, would do them much harm; and thesun, if permitted to shine on them fully, would bring on decay of the flowers in a short tinio. Therefore, when you wish to grow them in perfection; it will be necessary to screen them from all these by a covering of hoops ...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

(iDrigitntl Cnntspntikiirt It lalo be distinctly understood tliut we do not identify ourselves^ tvithtliu opln^on» of gontleiiicn availinj; tlimnseivos of lho opportunity of advoottlmg lltoir vieu'S iti tliis department of * . ourjonnml; nor can we undertake to insert any communi cation not having tho writer's name and address attached thereto — not necessarily for publication, but us a guarahteo of pood faith. — lio.J

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

The Gold Seauuii. — Mr. Bontioy hns returned to town from his northern expedition, having left Mr. I'abbago at Mount Scarlo on the 2;-th September. IIo reports un favorably ibr tlio country which has been passed over, po far as tho immediate object of the journey was concer ned, tlio formation presenting almost ono unbroken lino ot saniJstoiio on tlio western sine oi jjnnuers nango. i no immediate neighbourhood. of Mount Searlo gave better indications, and tliero Sir. Babbago was having some holes sunk when Mr. Bonnoy left. The eastern side of Flinders Range is represented as offering a moro favor able country for. gold, a considerable. granite formation being known to exist thero. Mr. Babbago will probably return that way, when wo may hope for better news. It is believed that large, quantities of copper nro to be found in tlio Flifiders Ranges; nnd that there is a largo extent of available country farther to the north-west. — Register. Great Storm.— Oil Saturday evening, October 4t...

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The Mines. STONEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

CjjE hlMiiu STONE Y CREEK. (From the Bathurst Free Press.) In my last I mentioned tho fact of tho great neglect evinced by the authorities in suffering gambling and many other atrocities to be openly perpetrated; and; as a Very natural consequence, that robbery and blackguard ism were in the nseeridaut. Affairs, however, began to assume such a very serious aspect; lind finding it uttet'ly useless to trouble the authorities further, a meeting was convened and held on the Wellington road diggings,- on Saturday last, for the purpose of devising some means to put the nuisance down. At 11. a.m. a deputation con sisting of Messrs. Stephens, Collis, and Draper; waited on the commissioner, informing him of the intention of the diggers to devise some means of co-operatioit with him) and requesting his attendance. Mr. McLean agreed to meet them at 3 p.m. Accordingly about that hour upwards of 600 persons, including many highly respect able storekeepers, assembled oil the ground near Isaacs' s...

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The Illawarra District. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

€k SHiramrrtt DtBtrfrf. - ICIAMA. Trnoji our own cokrbspokdgkt.I'.'. ? , ' .Unlawi'ui.ly. AiS'n MAniomusi-v . Cuttixo-. Dowx* Funci.ng.— Yesterday Mr. John CarruLhors aiipeared beforo. tlio bench, Slossrs. Menzies, Ewer, Fry, AVaugli, and Parrott, to answer the complaint of Mr. George Hindniarsh, who oliurged him with having unlawfully and maliciously cut down 'pnrt of a boundary fence .separating defendant's land from a small pnddoc)[ vvhioh , has for sovcral years been occupied by com plainant. lho ovidenoe for lho prosecution iras amplo. to satisfy tho court that defendant had damaged tlio lcnco in question ; but, ns it vvas shpun 111 dcfenco that complainnnt's tcnnro cf tho small jiaddock of which the injured fenco formed a, boundaiy wils not u legal one, tho caso was dis missed. LAnci.Ni . — D. Goodhcad, who hnd been appre honded at Sholllnirboiir by constable Goddanl for steal mg a watch irom Mi. ^Icon's public house, was jcstculu} biought into Court, und arraigned for tho oll...

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The Australian Colonies. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

' €\)t liurfmlmir Ciilani^. . :: .' VICTORIA. Wo have papers of tho 14th and 18th. - The dull weather mid tho prolonged ' over-dnoness' of tlio mails from Englaud have caused trado to be'.very quiet for the. past week. While tho roads continue. bad, and the rates of carriage high tliero can be no real spriiig trade., In the mean time goods are accumulating round tho' entrances to -the warehouses, iii readiness for the drays . when prices ot cartage become settled lor , the season. Flour iias experienced a further decline. Town milled firsts are now quoted at somo of the mills at '£23 per ton. Several portions of the recent shipments from California- havo been sent into the market in parcels of 20 to 30 tons, and sold by auction; Theso havo realised from £21 to £22 in lots' of- from- 5- to '10 tons. Tlio quality of this flour is excellent. — Correspondent of Herald. . ?' t--.- ? The first meeting of the Synod of the Church of Eng land was held at St. James's School; Rooms, ? William ...

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European. ARRIVAL OF THE MERMAID'S MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

(futnptntt. ARRIVAL OF THE MERMAID'S MAIL. By the arrival of the above vessel wo are put in pos session of intelligence to the 22nd July. Tbe following siimmary is condensed from the Home Netus of the 21st J uly : — Insurrection is Madrid. Ail insurrection nas nrotcen out m Madrid, and been suppressed; It is of the usual character, and is stained till throughout by tho spirit of faction and intrigue. The sum of the whole affair is, that O'Donnell has succeeded in obtaining an administration of iiis own, and that Es partero, theonly man who possesses the public confidence, or who deserves it, has disappeared. Although the insur rection in Madrid has been for the moment quelled, its embers nro still on fire, and other insurrections have b'oken out in Saragossn and tho important province of C italoniu; which will give aniple occupation to the re pressive genius of the new government. It seoms impossible that the O'Donnell ministry can stond. Tho Constituent Cortes halve already met, 'a...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, OCT. 20. (Before Messrs. Ellis and Davison.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 27 October 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. . , ; Monday,- Oct. 20. - .(Before Messrs.-Elhs and Davison.) ?? -? ? Simon Cook was brought to tlie -bur, charged with drunkenness, at'-tho instance of Mr: Hildebrand, lie (Mr. Hildebrand) -having found ''defendant' 'in. that' state, on Saturday last at Mr. Hayles's, Crown-street. Fined 5a. A ' LAUGHING . CASE 'UNDER -THE TAGRANT. ACT. ? David Palmer appeared to answer the chariro of Dr. Hosking for having behaved - 111 air insulting manner towards him,, with intent to provoke a' breach ot the peace. Peter Mann Ilosking sworn stated : the information cud is true ; the pursun batore the Court- is the' David Palmer complained of. About' three- weeks . ago, tlio defendant was fined, lor using abnsivo language to me, and ever --since- ho has, : more: -.?or - loss, ' : been 111 . tho habit ot insulting myself, or any ot my tamily he has seen, passing, by roars of laughter, by whistling, and by cock-crowing. Oil the day .'mentioned 111 the informa tion, he laughe...

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