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Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] ALLEGED DUMMYING OF RESIDENCE AREAS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 7 May 1896

Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself respon-. sible for opinions expressed by corres pondents.] ALLEGED DUMMYING OF RESIDENCE AREAS. TO THE EDITOR. SIn,-In to-day's issue of the MiNER Cr McKenzie is reported to have protested against one man'getting up too early in the. morning for him, and doing his best to get as nimy and as good positions for his clients as possible. That is bad enopgh, but what will Cr McKenzie say toy a party who pegged out two blocks on-the-Thursday-previous ?.- am, &c., Kalgoorlie, May 5, 1898.

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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CABLEGRAMS. ASSASSINATION OF THE SHAH. SHOT WHEN ENTERING A MOSQUE. LONDON, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 7 May 1896

CABI3EORAMS. ASSASSINATION QF THE: SHAH. SHOT WHEN ENTERING A MOSQUE. LoNDox, May 2. News has been received from Teheran of the assassination of Nasr-Ed-Deen, Shah of Persia, who was shot by a man named Molla Reda when entering the Azim Mosque. Death resulted in two hours. The second son of the Shah, Muzaffer 'Ed Deen Mirza, has succeeded to the throne, but a contest is expected. Order at present prevails throughout the country. The assassin Reda, who has been arrested, belonged to the Bubr Secret Society that four times previously attempted the life of the Shah. Queen Victoria has sent a message of condolence to Muzaffer, and while heartily sympathising with the people of Persia in the loss sustained Her Majesty congratulated the country on having so worthy a successor to Nasr. [Nasr-ed-Daen, Shah an Shar (King of Kings), K.G., late Shah of Persia, son of the late Mohammed Shah, by Queen Velliat, of the Kadjar tribe, and grandson of the Abbas Mirza, born April 4. 1829, was called t...

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V.A.T.C. RACES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 7 May 1896

V.A.T.C. RACES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, May 3. A race meeting at Caulfield on Saturday was well attended, the weather being pplendid. Results : TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. Tangent, by Bengal-Amazon, 7st 21b (Foudan) ... ... ... ... ... 1 Juanita, Gst 71b (Christian) ... ... 2 Bundook, 9st 61b (Pearson) ... ... 3 Other starters: Blue Vest, Bayonet, Orphelline, Exchange, Rosy. Betting: 2 to 1 against Exchange, Bundook, 8 to 1Juanita, 10 to 1 the winner. Won by a length and a half. Time, lmin 12 see. HANDICAP HURDLES. One mile and five furlongs. Larnook, by Boolka, 1ist 101b (Robertson) 1 Algebra, 10st llb (Tomlan) ... ... 2 Badajos 10st 41b (Kennedy) ... ... 3 None of the other nine on the card faced the starter. Betting:: Evens winner; 11 to 10 Algebra; 8 to I Badajoe. Won by a neck. Time, 4min 22sec. GLENHUNTLY HANDICAP. One mile and three quarters. CaptainSwifty 6st 21b (Lewis) ....e1u ... 1 Straightfire .... .... ... ... ... 2 Gallant, fst 91b .. .. ... 3T Other starters were : Moor...

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The Newcastle Coal Strike. SYDNEY, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 7 May 1896

SThe Newcagle Coal Strike. CBY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, May 1. Matters are quiet at Newcastle. It is improbable that the mine owners will make an attempt to import tnon-union labor into the district. The restricted output from the mines is already beginning to have an effect on the price of coal, whiih is now 2s per ton higher on rail at Newcastle. To-day the Seapit men ceased work. Advice re ceived to-day from the coal buyers of America show that the rumor of a strike soon occurring at Newcastle had done a grave amount of harm to the trade there. Mr Curly, Secretary of the Union, has issued a manifesto in which he appeals to the workers of Australia for financial aid for the men on strike. The Southern Collieries arelreaping a splen did harvest from the strike, and at all the collieries down the coast work is brisk: The opinion has beenexpressed by many Southern. men that the present is a highly opportune time for them to demand the increase in the hewing rate which is, generally. speak...

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TELEGRAPHIC. MELBOURNE, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 7 May 1896

TELEORAPHII G. MLBORsorNs, May 4. Evidence in the Mirams v. Argus libel action was concluded this morn ing. The plaintiff stated that the late Chief Austice who tried witness and the disrectors in the Premier Petr manent prosecution had not the slightest ihold over the counsel. Counsel for the plaintiff addressed the jury. Owing to the large expenditure by Commissioners in the past, the 'treasurer Chas informed the Chief Secretary ~bhat in future no funds be. yond a certain figure would be sup plied. An interesting maritime action, Kirkpatuiek sv. Eluddart, Parker, and Co., came before the Full Court to-day for argument on appeal by the defen dants against the verdict. The action arose out of the loss of defendant's steamer the Aleut, which foundered off Cape Schanck, only ono person being saved. The plaintiff, Mrs Kirk patrick, is the widow of one of the engineers of the steamer who was drowned, and she claimed damages for tht loss of her husband. She alleged that t..e Alert was un...

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THE COURTS. Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) PLAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 7 May 1896

THE COURTS. Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) PLAINTS. Application for forfeiture of lease No. 2029.-No appearance of defendant. Frederick Guy deposed that he visited the lease on March 12, 13, and 14, during work ing hours. `No work had been done on. the lease, and nobody was working on it on the above days. Searches produced.showed that there was no exemption on those days. Recommended for forfeiture. in favor of lilintif. . . Thompson v. Kapp.--Application for for feiture of 1lase. 1361.6-No appearance of defendant: * Wmn Thompson deposed that no exemption existed on the lease on March 24, 25, and 26, on which days he visited the lease from 8. a.m. to 4 p.m., and saw no work being done. The only work done on the lease was a little trenching. As only one of the two registered holders had been summoned to appear, the plaint was adiourned till May 13, to allow time for the other defendant to be snumnioned. Ferguson v Geoghegan and anoth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 7 May 1896

H ANNAN'S STOCK EXCHANGE. LIST OF MEMBERS. ANTIL, H. C. LEWIS, E. H. TURNER, J. K. BARBER, Da. McWHEA, W. J. THORNETT, JOHN BARTLETT, A. H. PLU KSTEAD, F. A. URQUHART, H. BIDDLE, 0. H. ROBERTS, E. J. WARD, S. BRIMIAGE, T. F. ROSSIT R, N. C. WHELAN, P. OUTBUSH, C. SIMPSON, E. W; WELLS, H. V. 8. HAWKINS, G. O. BENS, J. F. T. . ZOLLNER, M. L. JANECZEK, A. SOLOMON, M. S. SHEARD AND MAPSON, Wholesale and Retail Merchants, GROCERS, DRAPERS, IRONIONGEBS, AND GENERAL IMPORTERS. Southern Cross and K goorlie. SPIRIT MERCHANT'S LICENCE. ----o: . GALLON LICENCE. ;rl-.. :r - :B.-BEST BRANDS OF WINES, BEERS AND SPIRITS ALWAYS IN STOCK. SR J EERSR SHANN AN STA Ok BAD NANT MI ANI FI IAL AGE SLRN SENTATIVE- OF NGLISH AN COLNIAL INING COPANIES. : EPORrS O3TAe vNrDFORC ?-.h,,RELIABLE MINING ENGI-NJE1lSl.

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 7 May 1896

Items of "News. The friends of Messrs Bartlett and Cassidy will be glad to learn that they are progres sing favorably at the Hospital. It is stated that Mr W. Traylen, M.L.A., and Chairman of Committees, intends to leave for England shortly in connection with his water supply scheme. In the last Gorermenwt Gazette it is notified that the provisions of the Building Act, 1884, and amendments thereto have been extended to the Municipality of Kanowna. A number of spurious half-crowns have recently been circulated in the colony, evi dently by fresh arrivals from the East, and tradesmen and others are. warned to be very careful in accepting coins of that value. On Friday, the man, John White, who was recently reported .as lost - from the Corsair leases, appeared at the Police Court to answer a charge of assault. The prosecutor, however, did not put in an appearance, and the case was withdrawn. Mr Piesse, the Commissioner for Railways, has decided that the work of duplicating the line of r...

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THE RESIDENTIAL AREAS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 7 May 1896

THE RESIDENTIAL AREAS. TO THE EDITOR SIR, — In your valuable columns this morn- ing appears an account of a discussion that took place by our representatives in the Municipal Council re the above subject, and if their knowledge of other matters are on a par with the wisdomdisplayed by them on this particular one, I am afraid the progress of the town will be retarded, unless you do, as you have done before, Mr Editor, " make the bullets for them to fire," so that they may make their mark through the agency of other people's brains. Cr McKenzie made certain statements which are at variance from the real facts, and misled his brother councillors — whether wilfully or not, he knows best. At any rate, his motive was actuated, no doubt, by the fact that an employee of his firm on arriving home found two blocks of ground pegged in the front of two other areas registered in the name of McKenzie, and he waited upon me to see if I would withdraw my clients' applications. Upon telling him stra...

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Railway Collision. SEVERAL PASSENGERS INJURED. PERTH, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896

Railway Collision. SEVERAL PASSENGERS INJURED. [BY TELEGRAPH; PERTH, May 12. Another railway accident happened last evening at the Midland Junctioh. Shunting operations had been proceed ing, and apparently the signal "all clear" was given. The train moved off from the station, but before it travelled any considerable distance there was a violent impact and a sudden stoppage of the train, which clearly showed that a collision had occurred. An exami nation showed that three trucks which had been left standing on the line were the innocent cause of the accident. The first of the waggons was shattered, and the others were considerably damaged. A scene of confusion ensued amongst the passengers, a number of whom were found to be much bruised, while the majority were severely shkken. A lady named Stacey, recently from Coolgardie, who was travelling with her husband, fared rather badly, being thrown with considerable violence from her seat to the opuosite side of the compartment. She susta...

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LATER. THE ENGLISHMEN BATTING. FIVE WICKETS DOWN FOR EIGHTY RUNS. (Received May 13, 3.55 a.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896

LATER. THE ENGLISHMEN BATTING. FIVE WICKETS. DOWN FOR. EIGHTY RUNS. (Received May 13, 8.55 a.m,) The Australians made 257 in their first innings. The Englishmen have lost five wickets for 80 runs. Enormous scores have been made in county cricket during the past week. Eleven.centuries were made in first-class cricket. Playing against Warwickshire the Yorkshire County team made a total. of.887 runs, F. 8..Jackson scoring 117 Wainwright 126, R. Peel 210 and Lord Hawke 116.. The Australian cricketer, H.. Trott, playing in Thornton's eleven against. Cambridge, made 58 runs. Jack Harry is 'seeking engagement. in tlis part of the world and he will probably get it.

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KANOWNA. General Items. May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896

KANO W NA. LFROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.J General Items. May 6. Heretofore it has been thought to be the proper thing after a spell out back to come into the town and proceed to paint it " red." The police, however, intend to put a stop to that sort of thing, and had occasion to chain up a couple of gentlemen who were making things merry on Saturday night. They ap peared before his worship on Monday morn ing, and pleaded guilty to a charge of dis orderly conduct, and were fined £5 and £5 5s, respectively. The Warden expressed his deterinination to assist the police in putting down rowdyism of any sort in. the town. There are a number of outlying camps at various distances from the Feather that are helping to bring on the district. One of these has been named Wandong. Wandong is situated about seven miles north-west from Kanowna. There are about 15 leases pegged, and all of them are being worked, and worked on good reefs. The reefs show gold, and during a conversation I have had with ...

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OPEN CALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896

OPEN CALLS. Linton & Saunders report quotatior s as follows : Stock Buy Sell Sales Boulder Consolidated 116 1/7 1/6 Bank of England ... 57/0 58/0 58/0 Boulders ... .. 90/0 0/ ... Boulder Consol No 1 2)2 2)3 2/2 Boulder North-West 1/4 115 1/4 Boulder i-mile Solitlh 118 1111 Brophy's Kurnalpi .. 2/2 ' 2/5 2/2 Block 45 ... ... 28)9 2910 2 Brown Hiil Junction 2J9 :10 -10 Black Prince ... 15 16 16 Croesus Proprietary :21 2/2 2)2 Golden Zone... ... 53 516 ... Great Oversight, pro 4/9 5/Q0.4/9 Great OLversight, con ..... ... 811 Gen Gordon, applic'n 5/0 100 ... Hannan's East ... 1/10 .21)0 110 Hannan's Eureka ... 89 4)0 4/0 Ivanhoe ..:...; 90/0 100/0 90S0 95/0 Ivanhoe Junction ... 1/11 2/0 1)11 Ivanhoe South Extd. 6)6 7)0 6)6 Lady Bountiful, pro 48 5)6 Lake View South, con 290 296 290 Maritana Extended 1 2/2 Nolan's Great Find... 16 2 ... Reefers Eureka ..; :0 96 ... Struck Oil, con ... 110 20 ... RoseandShamrock... 2)0 2/4 ... Boulder N. Extended 4)4 4[6 Railway ... ... .6/4 66 6/...

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CABLEGRAMS. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. MATCH AGAINST LORD SHEFFIELD'S ELEVEN. FULL PARTICULARS. LONDON, May 11, 1.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896

CAB LEO RAMS. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. MATCH AGAINST LORD SHEF FIELD'S ELEVEN. FULL PARTICULARS. LONDON, May 11, 1.20 p.m. The following is Lord Shelifeld's team to play against the. Australian eleven on Sheffield Park, the match commencing. today : -- W. G. Grace (Glouces shire), O..: .. Fry (Sussex),: F S. Jackson (Yorkshire), G. Davidson (Derbyshire). A.. Herns, (Kent), A4. D. Pougher. (Leicestershire), A. Mold. (Lancashire), Prince Kumanshire (Not tingham), K. S. Rangitsinhgi (Sussex); W. Gunn, A. Shrewsbury (Notting ham), A. A. Filler (Warwickshire).. The match began at Sheffield Park at noon to-day. There was a brilliant at tendance, including H.R.R. the Prince of Wales. The Australians won tlie toss, and. l rry. Trott ;sent in Donnan and Darling. Mold and Pougher opened the bowling 'for the Englishmen. The batsmen scored freely from the start,, Harry Trott was. presented to the Prince of Wales. LONDON, May. 11, 2.35 p.m. Darling is cutting anid:.driving mag. nificently. Jackson...

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The Western Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896

I t ettrn rpg PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY. MAY 14, 1896. THE world of finance lately met with a severe loss in the death of two of its most prominent men, namely, Baron Hirsch and Colonel North. There were several points of resemblance between the two men. They were both the archi tects of their own fortunes. The Baron, who was one of the richest Hebrews in the world, according to a contemporary, laid the foundation of his immense wealth by despoiling, in a perfectly legitimate manner, not the Egyptians, but their nominal masters, the Turks. The Colonel, who rejoiced in the sobriquet of " The .itrate King," owed his riches. to speculations in nitrate minee in South America. Having acquired fortunes, both Baron Hirsch and Colonel North put a large portion of their money to most gener.ons uses. The Baron's name became specially well known as a philanthropist all over the world, particu larly after the premature death of his only son, a young man who was well known on the French...

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TUESDAY'S MELBOURNE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) MELBOURNE, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896

TUESDAY'S MELBOURNE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) MELBOURNE, May 12. Block 45, buyers 29s 6d Boulder, seller £9 5s Croesus, buyer 14s, seller 15s Golden Arrow, buyer 8s, seller 10s Sd Golden Zone, buyer 6s 6d Grierson, pro Is, 2s 9d Ivanhoe, 90s to 95s Lake, 88s Maritana, 20s Tindals, seller 6s Gd Brokens, 52s 6d Block 10, 99s Junction, 92s Junction North, 28s 6d North,. 10e 6d Block 14, 3Ss British, buyer 21s, seller 238s South, con 14s Comet, 15s 9d Lyells, £6 Trams, £5 is Water, 16s Flux, 15s 3d

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896

SADILERY, HARNESS, LEATHER, ETC. Collars carefully fitted. Orders receive best attention. Repairs executed neatly. We stock Saddles; Dray, Spring-cart, Whip, and Buggy Harness ; Whips, Collars, Spuns ; Harness and Belt Leather, Belt Laces, Brushes; and all requisites of the trade. Our Mr O'CoxNoR. who has taken several first-class prizes in South Australia, has the manufacturing and repairing under his immediate supervision. W. O'CONNOR & CO, SADDLE, HARNESS and COLLAR MAKERS. MARITANNA-STREET (opposite RosenthaPs Hotel). BEDROCK PRICES. H OSPITAL SPORTS i P to be held at BROAD ARROW QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, MONDAY, May 25, in aid of the BROAD ARROW HOSPITAL. PATRON : C. J. MORAN, EsQ., M.L.A. COMMITTEE: Messrs T. Wyatt, H. Prime, G. S. Rickarby, R. M. Morris, W. A. Pattey, D. Hatt, O* Ferouson, D. Gorrie, P. Reid. Hon Tresurer-J. Wyatt. Hon Secretary E. O. Butler. PROGRAMME : 1. MINERS RACE, 15Oyds. First prize, £4; second, £2. Nominations, 2s; ac ceptances, Is. 2. BICYCLE RACE, 2...

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LOCAL SHARE MARKET. THE KALGURLI STOCK EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896

LOCAL SiHARE MARKET. THE KALGURLI STOOK EXCHANGE The following is yesterday's list of quota-, tions : Stock Buy Sell Sales Boulder Oonsols No 1 211 2/8 ... Boulder N. Extended 4/3 4/8 ... Boulder Central, pro 90 ... Brown Hill Junction 3... 6 ... Block 45, pro ... 26/0 ... Block 45, con. ... 21/0 22/0 23)0, 22/6, 2210 Bankof England, con 4910 53)0 50/0 Brophy's Kurnalpi... 2/2 2/4 ... Croesus Extended ... ... 0 ... Crorsus ...... 166 1710 ... Croesus Proprietary 20 2 ... Cassidy's Hill :.: 22(6 276 ... Coolgatdie Premier... 1560 . .. Great Oversight ... ... 4/0 ... Golden Zone, pri ..... 76 .. Golden Zone, con ... /0 Boulder ...... ... 9/17)6 Hainan's Vic. Cross 29 8/0 ... Hannan's Reward ... 80/0 6010 ... Hannon's Eureka' '... 8/5 386 8/1 8/6 3/7 Ivanhoe ... ... 9216 9560 90o0, 9S30 Ivanhoe Junction ... 1/10 Ivanhoe S. Extd., con 6/6 6/8 ... Kalgoorlie Proprietary ... 8 ... Lake View ...- .. 00 .. 6o00 o .. Lady Bountiful, on ... 5/6 ... Lady Bountiful, con ... 5/0 Lake View mouth ...

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Bardoc Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. (Before Mr P. Fielding, Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896

Bardoc Warden's Court. ?. e- WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. .(Before Mr P. Fielding, Warden.) bIessen v. Patrick Monaghan, Roger Devine,.and Charles Anderson-Application for forfeiture of lease No. 325w. David Missen deposed that he was a miner residing at Broad Arrow. On April 13,14, and 15 he was on the lease in question from 8.30 to 11. and at about 2 to 4. On the 18th and 14th there were two men working, Monaghan and Anderson. On the 15th Anderson was working alone. Previously witness was on the lease, and saw Devine. He never sawv more than three men on the lease. He produced search made on the 16th, showing the lease was approved. On the 15th there was partial exemption granted to work with three men. But three men were not working. He went all over the lease on each day. There are two shafts on the lease, 15 and 40 feet, respectively. There is a small costeen near the W. shafts eight or 10 feet long and about 18 inches deep. That is all the work done, except a cleaned track. 'To'Monaghan ...

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Kalgoorlie Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 11. (Refore Mr L. R. Davis, R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896

Kalgoorie Police Court. MoNDAY, MAY 1, (Before Mr L. R. Davis, R.:.) Janes Quigley was charged with being a person of unsound mind: Quigley, who; camefrom the Boulder, had been extremely violent in the lock-up on the previous day.: Corporal Bonnor gave evidence showing that: the accused was insane, and'he was remanded1. to Coolgardle for further examination. .Tolm.Riiddy/ was charged on the informa-: tion of Constable Anderson with using obscene language in Hannan-street on Satur-, day. AccUsed admitted the charge, and was fined £5 or.one month. The fine was paid.; John McDermott was discharged with a! caution for drunkenness in Hannan-street on the 9th inst., it being his first offence. W: illiams Bailey and Jolh.n R. Jones, who were arrested:on Sunday for disorderly con.. duct at the Club Hotel and was released on bail, failed to appear. Their recognizances were estreated, and a warrant was issued for thsir arrest. Johi.n O'Sutlivan was charged with drun kenness at the police camp...

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