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THE NEXT TASMANIAN CHAMPION RACE. (FROM THE CORNWALL [?], DEC.8.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

THE NEXT TASMAMAN" CHAM PIONSAGE. ] (nunc Tat oobjutaix chwwoli, mo. 8.) vibe entries for the vaampMm ilaoe wen opened at the SriebaneHotel, on Thursday evening. Them wero fiiteen, and two or throe more an eipectedfrom Hew, South Wake, and will probably arrive by the mail per Black Swan, doe hero to-morrow, or by the Tas mania, direct from Sydney to Hobart Town. Tin committee, prior to Opening any of the conraranieationa, pained • rottdnthm that all entriea bearing a poatibarii not later than the 1st inetislmald,ifrooeired,'beaooeptod. The following ia theiist of the fifteen received Mr. J. G. Jamee's bh Ebor, 6 yn, by premier—Dinah. . Mr. Iaaac Pear's bo Poet, 4 yn, by Boiardo' —Ellen Tree. Mr. William Walton's kg Minitrel, 4 yra, by Boiardo—Benmant. Mr. James Wilson's b m Mutidora, 6 yra, try Brainier—Dinah, by Gratis.1 Mr. Harper's b n Barwon, 6 ytt, by Boiardo—Jeannette. Mr. Haiper'a b c Banker, 4 yn, by Boiardo —Jeannette. Mr. EetebnnV b b Mormon, aged, by Premier—Delaware Girl...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRANKHOLME RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

iifI!--, WCi.H'I .la*i 'WF^»a<®V- Utt*!' *4fan?t ¥»W 4U i Jtrf ci DlBwTdi>m'*'ii^ Mr/J.B<ibwt«ori'# 'bejlirjaji. pt WA»VU« , M»WSAi$JMas^w.V ... .•*:' \in e o Mr. D. RoberUon'i bg Blrdcatoher, 8 ., , ms UiSDlOiT ftCIBJLB XAQS. Hwti. About on# » h#!f. Eight • 1mm, about 8fl, Sin- OT.iu. 10m. Mr. E. Tunw'ib ff iriiwPio*, «*#d 12 0 Mr. E.H'Pbenon'tbg Alfred, 6yr», 11 7 Mr. O. BoM'tbl (Black Pootoiyagad 11 e Mr. H. Nd*o&'« eh g TonbgOrookford 11 £ Mr.J. H. Digby'tbgJW""11*!® ?™ 10 10

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTS & PASTIMES. CHESS AND DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

SPORTS A PASTIMES. CHESS AND DRAUGHTS. In order to give tfao utmoet variety to the pages of the Auttralatian, it ie intended to devote some portion of ite columns to ell scientific and studious games, which exercise the skill and thought of their professors and admirers. Upon the original and selected pro positions and problems famished in this de partment, the opinions and criticism of ell amateurs are invited. Fending the completion of arrangements contemplated, the following chose problem is selected from a source of the highest character and quality, and is taken rather, perhaps, from the comparatively uncommon conditions of its solution. White to move, and to compel Black to mate him io six moves. BUCK.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AQUATICS. THE HOBART TOWN REGATTA. (AERODGRD FROM THE MERCURY, DEC.3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

AQUATICS. THE HOBABT TOWN REGATTA. (EBUDOBD nOK EBB KKKOUH?. DEO. 3.) The abort Mutual event oame off in doe course, and waa upon the whole one of the moet eueoaeeful celebrations of the popular festival of Tasmania which bae jtt taken place. The number of the oompetitora for tome of the leading prim waa not. ao { ' ne of the leading priiea waa not ao great aa many prerious occasions, bat all the raoea rewellconteated,andthe seTeral competitions passed off without rnipleaaanhwas in the way of protest. The attendaooe of the public was quite np to the average of the oooaaion, the number of apeetatora on the ground being " estimated at f variously estimated at from 6,000 to 10,000, the former being in all likelihood the nearer approach to the truth. Hie Kioeileney the Governor arrived epcm the ground shortly after ten o'clock, aooompanied by Hit. Gore Browne and several dutinguidied visitors, and took hia plaoe on the grand stand, whenee he viewed a huge portion of the proceeding!. The...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. REPLIES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

CRICKET. REPLIES Tp CORRESPONDENTS. "Iokoji —It was not a maideu orer. " Q."—To decide whether a batter is pot leg before picket ie one of the meet diffi cult dotice attaching to the offioeof um pire. ' The law upon the subject is, that the ball must be delivered In a line from wicket to wlckct, and tie interpretation most be left to the nmplra ("■" Ltaa."—Ton are quite right. It was an error ip onr report last week of the Mel bourne and Richmond match to make the firet Richmond wicket fall for 18 rune—it ahould hare been 88.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PIGEON SHOOTING MATCHES AT CRESWICK. (FROM THE BALLAEAT STAR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

PIGEON SHOOTING MATCHES AT CRESWICK. (FBOK TBS BALXARAT BTAR.) Several pigeon ^tooting matches, particulars of which are annexed, were held on Monday, at the Turf Hotel, Oronriok-road. The weather being fine, there waaa fair attendance of sports men and other* interested in the proceedings. The second and third matches were postponed, in cooeequeacr of die email number of entries. Ch a Luvox Op. 10 birds each. Mr. Whitehouae 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1, ..yiO Mr. Bignell ... J, 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1, ... 10 The competitors being thus equal, the/ again shot off, the firet miss being oat. Whrtehouse then killed nine birds running, and Bignell only eight out of nine; the eup therefore fell to Whitehonse, who has now won it twice. Ho bee, however, to win it on two other occasions j before it becomes his property. In reference to the msirii, ft may be noted I that Whitehonse missed his fifth bird; but as | it was shot by a scout and fell within the bounds, the referee, Mr. Ford, adjudged on j that a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7. WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

MELBOURNE MAKKETa W*mnsDix, Djc. 7, WOOL JUSXST, ■ •adO*.«anWi4teuMaM HIK »i xn U, XM.-Z pip& U. HL KD n. ii •ewnxL *.14. wr lb. IbjMI,1^KWwi »<lpii«niMii ww1!!—1» nMdhwi Jock* IGJd.; J McP, * bate* 1*. 8W.; I W,9 bote* 1* lid.; do., t boles lambs", it. Old.: do., t betes nlud, d^d.: do.. 1 nek lock* ld.;uiO., 90 bilM honwoiid woiiiora, 1*.fid.: J Borer flonmtokl* 90faole* It. 7M.: £P» 60 bole* It.dd.: Mo D. 40 tale* nid.; £ M D, 7 bole*. It. did. J do., 1 bate lock* Sd.; Q,fib»teecroit bred, K ffi > foftfH, 2 MeniMM.lo.01d.; AO, f Mm Iambi, la. Old.; . da, 6 nates piece* at, 2d.; da, 2 Mm lock* la ojd.; llfd.; BDH In diamond, IS balsa Umbo1, la 7d.: do., 7 bates pteoe* la ii<l; do., S biln locks, 7fd.; 8 Tin ctrele over B, £ Mot look* IIid.; W DT orer KOOHIU1I,1 sack locks, £]d. Messrs. J. H. Cbocotr nod Co. furalth the annexed reportAt our weekly Wool sole hci I to-day (Thursday) we osudogaod *-60 bate>» of whtab num ber 1,120 found buyers kt su...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SECOUND DAY.—FRIDAY. (BY ELECTEIC TELEGRAPH) THE LADIES' PURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

£eooh> VAT.—fmwxj. (£T ZLXCT&IC TCLM&Ara) TEB uun' FCBSE. Mr. SU]ph% br g6orpH», «««d, 124. lib... 1 Hr.J«h»tib|M,a|ri,U^]Jk ... 3 the cumiU BUimair. Mr. Honrb b ( Odd SlockiEjA ag«d ... 1 Mr. Artaatronc'i M g Mozart, aged 3 Mr. Clink to nBUnk Boon?, «f«d . ... 8 Mr. a WMmb% b< LoNibMr. Wti. UU. Tlk ... ... ... ... Mr.aDw,»friB*^Hj,«f»i,«M.7ih.... Mr. Kingk b to CrinpliBr, S yi« ... Mr. D, SobiirooVdi f BdiCh'tyittMrto, *r» J - - ~ ... ... Mr. J. Wilion'* b f Mwjo, 4 jrm ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

THE CROPS. KtTiKO»»—Beportefrorn the imen lead to tbe conviction that the eeteel crop* ere mnuafy healthy, end tint a yield avenging thoee at former yean may be looked for with confidence. In eon* iratanoce the nut hu praented itaeif, but in e degree not celrmlatnd to create alarm at to the reenlt.,—Fifmon JfiVae JPrett, Dee. I. Tn» OVsm.—Tbe aeoounte of the erope wUdi here readied u within the leet few d«y» ere very enootueeii^, ahhongh the oet crop it not modi more thee half ae heavy a, Iwdtle Bui the wheat crop ia looking ntmavhahly well, and the nut hae, we are happy to etate^ made little or no headway.— | OnZuJJveriMr.Vecl. ^ Tenor.—It Jeieelbdeplorable to eeethe faiwfme anxxmt of dtauM «UA the late j tBrowts kneUM woii tti wiertatgudeae i end fame in drfe dUbfat Betwaeo OUbot and Amhent the oato preeent a wretched ap> ptentL At can haw, at ebortintervah, hjedkwM the U%ht,^bflt the inarkrt|a(deea im in tfair ftmHt fHinkit owtf im One gardener in thie wart I of the duWet hae ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE WHOLESALE. PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE. PRICES CURRENT. The Jwoteeliebn Otto. Wednwhy BtqoIm. Ale end 8tooL—Kew Brewery OA "a CArteie Ale, a U. to £7 10a ; Buih Mo. S (eir). £7 10a to £J lfe ; Joule"., £7 loi to £7 Ha ; M»Au>h, £2 Ma ; An: eoppb, £710«-; Byeeeb. bottled. to A; Loodoo end <3miU CVe, Mi to 9a Id.; AUoopnte, 9a 04. to 10a; other bottheV, 8a to to Stoat-Bert taak £4; other bmnee*, £5 lto. per bbd.: DabH»i nootootUed, 8a Od. to lto; Brant, 9a*L toOA* 94. ; MAtdemX 9a 84. to 18a ; London endOalooiel Canpenyt, Ba 84. to 8a 94.; Btroleyb, bettled br Friend, qtrtru, Ja 84. to 8a 94.; other bottW, £a Sd. to 8a 8d. per dooeu. hen ond H*s».—Yorkihlre or WDteUn bun, 104. to 10)4-: Irish (Btacrtlrt), lid. to lid.: Vertyt, 111. to lUd.; Ooqrx 10)4. to 11)4.; Lenhuih heme, 10U.; do. tm, lOd.; Roemnh, tamo (boooo), lOdT: Oodsirt, 11)4. to lid.; Vnrey'l, ltd.; Wutncb, 104.; VoOetth, lOd. to 10M. per lb.; porkTliSdii £4 10a to £6per tend; Met, £1 ISA to £4 17a td. pertlerOA BefA—'Three-boe...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INDIGESTION IN HORSES AND CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

INDIGESTION IN HORSES AND CATTLE. (no* TBI KOBTn BBtTUH AOBXOULTPBIST.) Indigestion, tochtnally styled dyspepsia, U a eomewhat vague but expreaaive term applied to various derangement* connected apemafy with the atomach, and affecting all the domes ticated animala. In all the appetite ia capri cious and uncertain. There ia usually acidity, flatulence, and irregnlarity of the bo welt, with dulness, restleaaness, ana in chromo eaeee a harsh scurfy akin, which hai led indigeetion to be popularly regarded ai synonomous with surfeit. The exact condition* on which indi gestion depends ate not as yet very thoroughly understood. The gastriojuioe is sometimes in insufficient quantify, or perhaps of faulty qualify i the muooua membmne of the stomton is unduly irritable, or the organ is exhausted by being overloaded or overworked, or by eome debilitating constitutional disorder; or occa sionally the liver foils proper)y to perform its important share in the process 01 digestion. In animals tha...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTY COURT. TUESDAY, DEC. 6. SANDERS V. BOWMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, Dec. 6. £ as debs v. bowllab. This tu a motion tor a new tnai, on erouudt which were somewhat peculiar. Mr. Bind on appeared to rapport the motion, and Mr. Newton to sustain the verdict In this case Bowman bad, on the 26th of October last, sold to Sanders a share in the Biitarnia Quartr minirg Company for £400. On tbe dap following the sale a ditldend of . £40 was declared. Through some Irregularity tbe cheque was sent to Bowman, who refused to give it np, and ibe action wea brought for tbe recovery of the money. Tbe verdict was i forthe plafntiff;andthe trait ndantnow wished to set it aside, on tbe grounds that he was en titled to this dividend, as it was apart of profits accruing before the rale; and, secondly, that tbe sale of a ehsre mertlj implied an intend In tbe mining plant only, and not spy (hare in profits previously accruing. His Hoirona reserved Judgement

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

NEW INSOLVENTS. Edward Weston, of Daylexford, labourer. Cauaea of Intoltwncy—Sickneee in family, impitEonmeut for deft, and want of employ ment. Debta, £61 lit. 7i; aaaeta, £1; defi iciency, £60 lit. 7d. Mr. Jaoomb, official onignee. lUoii Aiaott, of White Dllli, near Sand hurst, fKiadler. Oaaeoa of inaolrency—Loesei In aalnlng, alchneea preeame of creditor*— Dtbta £661*. 2d.; aarela, £6; deficiency.£80 la'fcd, Mr. Goodman, official awigriee. Ftetman iUnncl, of BmaaM-Mll, plas terer. Garnet of fneolreticj—Lweeonoon tiacta, want of employment, prtasure of cre ditor*, and fear of arretf. Debts £9110a. 6d.; ae*ete, £8 (deficiency, £68 10b, fid. Mr. Jaoomb, official ortinee. ..... Thornae Freeman, of Atpnlngton, publican. Canwa of inrolrencj—FaCing-offln bnriceta, loeeea fn mining apeculatlons, and ill new Debit, £1M 8t. 6a.: aaaet*, £87 a*.; deficiency, £106 Ida. fid. Mr. Moore, official aarigrme Cbarltmagne Hudaen, of Melbourne, 11 cenaed victualler. jCatuee of lnaoireocy— Slckhef*, h...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURT HOUSE.—TUESDAY, DEC. 6. M'EFFER V. HAYWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

Old Cocbt boohk.—Tdbsdlt, Dec. 6. y. BATWOOO. Mr. Bucny ippt ared to show cause against • role nut fore mcndamut to compel Mr. Cope, Judge of the Court of Mince at Jamieeoo, to biar an appeal in a rait between M'Effer and Be) wood. Mr. Billing waa in rapport of the rule. Haywood and party complained before the warden that M'Effer and party bad en croacbtd on thtlr gold-mining claim on the Lcck's-sll Reef, atWoodb Point c.u jwKt.m* .v^it udadec). sion >ugiv«n in their favour. Against this M'Effer appealed to the Court of Miner, but the judge etruck out the appeal, with costs, cn the ground of lmgolarity of notice, inas much as there arat no disclosure oi the relief sou git. The summons waa without heading, and war, in tact, a single notice, directed to Haywood, &r., to appear before the Court of Mint eat Jamleton, and thow cause why the warden's decision ehould not be re re reed or relied. 'ike Chiij J car ice said this waa an appeal to tbe Couit of Mines to hear a case, w...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL SESSIONS. TUESDAY, DEC. 6. HEIDELBERG DISTRICT ROAD BOARD V. ROBERT FUGE AND WILLIAM YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

GENERAL SESSIONS. Tuesday, Dec. 6. heidxlbe&g dxstbict &oad board v. bo&bbt ' pda* asd willi am young. 1 This was ui appeal b; the district road 1 board against the determination of their auditors to sanction the payment of three I different some, via.. £23211a 6d. for the re pairs of the Merri Creek bridge;£11 12s. 6dL as commission to the engineer sent to report of tie condition of the bridgednring the late floods, end £76 as rebate allowed to the lessee of the tolls. Air. C. A. Smyth appeared on behalf of the appellants, and Mr. F, L, Smyth tor the rapocdi nta On behalf of the appellants, Mr. Skttb stated of the previous height of the Merri Creek and the dangerous condition of the briige, the boaid, without advertising for contracts, directed certain works to be done to save the struct tire. The cot of these works wss es timated at £150 by Mr. Francis, a civil engineer. As the works wete commenced, the crtek rore still higher, the condition of the bridge b...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURT-HOUSE.—SATURDAY. DEC. 3. HOUGKINSON V. CLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

Ou> COD«T-Bom.-8Ainmi»AT,®*c.a. ,1 BtiMHKKMt V. CUHJOH. . Amkto m% ukle «n order jof * into if JNJftUy OpudL llit Court Dktl been eqotcu tor ftseotelt on" tbwe giMiidK *ad for » tew fofolfoa *w> frttbercrouocft mid bad refntod the. niU u !fi'4*Wffl?JE3^. (Bit tu itfutd, the debutant" »M*»U Ste vprllMtioB to ft ob»Biber» «ru uniucctetfol.the Jum*< Ungtheinnn»oi» be/ore him: Ma n •est ttfoUbMioa Bat toMt arlte (tool dkmlmff tb« nunmoBB. 1 '• lb; Demo* (bowedMan «|p\in«t the nrie iiilo«nslodtheocder. . • .,. .*.- { CopBTheld tb»f the order aide oft MfoBfou h cteubete wee not ft Saubnt ft*" In U riocotoij rider ;tb »t the liberty, to ftp peel fokedbilhe nmmcoii bctn< ft liberty io litigate OBli » quertlon of coete—Ibe Bop of Donrait—tbe eppllofttloh wee 'eminently one to the dUcreMcn of (be lodge} ftftd tm tbe rvJ« fori to rydnd the rater made by the M*$»* .oewftftftp w** <M*ftu«urii y, . , cvsnt (BwroKonti.', .rfiasr& isWoW irs& bo...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURT-HOUSE.—MONDAY.DEC.5. COHEN AND ANOTHER V. CLIVE AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

Old Coebt-hodbb.—Mohdat, Dcg. 6. COHKM AUD A90TRIB V. OOTI AHD AITOTBKB. This wu a demurrer to declaration. Mr. Wood nt for the pUitUb, and Mr. Fellows for the defendant*. The plaintiff* and defendant! are both merchant* In Melbourne; and on the 16th of February lagt a contract was made by which the defendants agreed to deliver to the Mem*. Cohen forty-five half-tierce* of Bar nti'e anchor brand tobacco, ex WelLaaley; forty-five half-tieices of the same description, ex Roxburgh Castle; and ten half-tierces, ex Anglesey, at Ge. per pound all ronnd, the Anglesey, at be. per pound all ronnd, the plaintiffs to bear wl risks; half of the price to be paid by bill at three months, and the balance at fonr month*. The defendants delivered ten half-tierces, bat it was con tended that it was not Barrett's anchor brand, bat an interior sort of tobacoo. Twenty-six tiercce, ex Roxburgh Castle, were damaged at sea; end it was subsequently arranged that the defendants should tell, and pay the pro c...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SETTINGS IN BANCO IN HILARY TERM. OLD COURT-HOUSE.—THURSDAY.DEC.1 (Before their Honours Chiet Justice Stawell, Mr. Justice Berry, and Mr. Justice Will Name.) RALEIGH AND OTHERS V. THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

fiHTDCeft 01 AAKOO DT S1LABT TKUl. olx> ranfttvhouke.—thursday. Dec. l i (Before their Honours Chiet Jnetloe tiUwell, Mr. Justice Berry, end Mr. Jnstloe Wil lisrur.) K11UGH AJtV OTHERS V. THE QDIBT. A demurrer by the plaintids to the second and sixth pitas of the defendant, and falsing • question at the interpretation of * contract una, r real. Tie main question raised by the demurrers was, whetler certain charges lor lighterage Here payable by the plaintiffs or the defendant under the contract for the im portation to this colony from England of the railway plant for the construction of the Victorian railway*; and this question de pended i» whether certain schedules, or bow much of them, which were made out before the execution of the contract, were a part of the contract. Mr. Wood, for the plaintiffs, supported the demurrer; Mr. Fellows with him. Mr. BillW, for the Grown, supported the fbf« j Mr. &atria with him. The authorities died on the point of con struction were— W...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURT-NOUNE,—FRIDAY, DEC.2. LORIMER V. CHLEVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

Old comt-bbtottli-'fekjidkvi' d*o. 2. LOUMIM T. iaxta. iok«u* teettrt trto *nd ground bt nrlrflreetli'h—-the latter ground being, that the judge Wgbt to ham directed it verdict tatttaljfidntiff iu* ivi «w _ . , _ _ l Tiit tt|ra«ili «f Mr. Ireland, Q.O., ana Mr. Billing, In '-enowriog causo egaiurt the rule, *pd inSiupportudtbe vurdict hit tbe defendant, bated on tbe^usage of trade which the jury specially loUufl lo exist, were heard yte>terday. Tbiywereaddr p ieseedtoeh iW that the rate* trllid oil by the plaintiff, cited at the trial, were ropaWcofdieWnotlon/rota the factepfthe^^eian^ai^h 'ft UMgfcef tnQ 'tXfrta' s 4 "* :'''L * * . Mr. Wood and. Mr, Eallows were to-day heard !u reply. The arguments need by them were thsped to sbo* : (I) 1 hat the finding of tbe jtujr might mean that endorsing and banding infer 4b* storekeeper's cert Ideates without doing Jnote, ew ail the pourestbn which in tbeqage of goods atored in a bonded store could possibly, or conveniently, be given to a ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DEC. 6. TOBACCO ROBSERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

MELBOURNE TOLICE COURT. Towdat, Dm. 6. TOBACCO BOBBBBTIft, Hoy Ming, a storekeeper in Lonsdale-etroef, was charged with stealing tobacco boa * store, and also with rtoelving tbe same. Mr. A. Read defvndod the priaobfeK" George Shaw, merchant, 86 Flinders-street east, reoollected the 20th o( September hut. On that day a box of tobacco was stolen from bis store, whtre it ftood a few feet In-ide the door. It was iu balfponnd,pings. Hid seen some Chinamen, about the place that day. Produced a sample of tobacco similar to that loat from the store. On comparing this sam ple with the tobacco produced it appeared the same, bnt could not identify it positively. Did not believe that there was any other to bacco of that brand in Melbourne. Would have been able to recognise the box had It been recovered. The weight of tobnccoshown to him was the same as that Which he lost— twenty-one pounds. Detective White proved going, in company with Detectives Eaaon ana farmings, Spri soner's house, on Frid...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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