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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

Notico. | aENTLEMEN desirous of becoming Agents for this l i Journal throughout the various districts of New | South Walos, and nlso throughout tho'_ Australian J Colonies, nro requested to communicate with Mr. T. GARRETT, Illawarra Mercury Office, AVollongong. i ? h LIST OF AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. ^ Sydney.. . ......... Mr. Edward Ferris. ~ -f| Dapto ............ Mr. Ilobbs, Postmaster. Macqnario River.... Mr. Joseph Dunster, Storekeeper. Shell Harbour ...... Mr. Thomas, Storekeeper. ^ Jamboroo ? Mr. Thos. Tempest, Storekeeper., : - Kiama ? ? ? ? Mr. Thomas Fuller, Storekeeper^ f Jcrringong ? Mr. Burless, junior. ( Foxground ? Mr. Joseph Blow. . , Shoalhaven ? Messrs. M'Arthur and Lindsay. | Ullndnlla ? Mr. Phillip Murray, Storekeeper. [ ^ Pitt Town ? ? Mr. Mackenzie. 1 ' f Bega, Twofold Buy... Mr. John Jaggers. ^ TERMS OF ADVERTISING.— I ! Four lines and under .......... .... 2e. j 1 Six lines ? ? ? ? ..28. 6d.. jv Eight lines ? ? 3s. ' 1 Every additional lino ? ? ? 3d. TERMS OF ...

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Foreign. UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

jtoigit. UNITED STATES. From New York tho advices via Liverpool aro to tho 23rd of July. Largo mass conventions havo been held in the West in favor of Mr. Fremont for President. There has also been a Whig meeting in Boston in favor of the samo nominee. There is an nttempt nt n coalition in Pensylvania be tween tho friends of Mr. Fillmore and tho friends of Mr. Fremont, which may give that state to tho Re publicans. The Senate has passed the Fortification Bill, reducing tho amount to 1,800,000 dollars; havo voted to adjourn 011 tho 18th of August, nnd nre still occupied with the Harbor Improvements Bill. Tho Houso has nlso ngrced to adjourn 011 the 18th of August. Mr. Brooks, of South Carolina, challenged Mr. Bur lingaine, of Massachusets, for language in his speech 011 the Sumner assault. Mr. Burlingaino accepted to fight with rifles, in Canada, nt fifty paces, but Mr. Brooks refuses to go there. Mr. Brooks has been arrested. Mr. Burlingaino is out of the district. Tho State Convent...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

Original Cmwptiiim ' It IkIo bo distinct ly understood that wo do not identify ourselves Willi tin) opinions or gentlemen availing themselves of tlio t opportunity of advocating their views ill this department of | our journal ; norean wo undertaku to insert any eoinmuni- j cation not having the writer's name and address attache,! f thereto— not. necessarily i'or publication, but as nguurauteo i : of good faith. — Kd.] j

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Miscellanen. WHAT I SAW AT SNAGGERACK. BY A LATE HABITUE OF ST. JAMES'S-STREET. FIRST IMPRESSION.—A RIDE AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

Matlltinta. WHAT I SAW AT SNAGGERACK. BY A LATE HABrTDE OF ST. JAMES'S-STREET. [From the Journal of Australasia for September .) FIRST IMPRESSION. — A RIDE agricultural. I am mounted on a rough-looking but easy-going brute ; Von Mica rides by my side. Our journey is not n long 0110 ; our destination tho farms within '20 or 30 miles of the city, for a cry has arison of ' tho starved-out farmer;' and many people, still revelling in an Anglo mania, cry out for 'protection to the agiculLural interest.' A prohibitory duty on corn, and that in Snag-'oruck — del ! °° Wtiat an awtul journey it 18. What roads, or rather, what a want of roads What arc the officials about V llero is a bullock-dray literally buried above tho wheels in mud. Tho team of cattlu has dragged itself out, but not tho dray. Tho drivers aro cursing and swearing, and the goods are perishing. I ask one of the 111011 how fai lle is going j ho nunies a placj 0110 hundred aud five miles olf, and lie is 'bogged' wiihiu twelve...

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Parliamentary. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

IMu'iiauinitnni. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 'WedNKSHAY. 1 ' After tho transaction ot sonic business, Mr. Thomson gavo a-fiill oxjilaniilion ot tlio lato ministerial changes, i,i ntid ol tho reasons which had induced liim to 'Undertake ;.t; tho conduct ot tho business of tlio Government in tho ,,j ?Uppt r House. . _ ^ '.-? Air. ?Lutwycho made a few remarks, in tho course of , winch,-: ho expressed a w-isli to hate it- explained how Al r. ...j r'ri.ninw-nn Ihq iwumIIi' nf Vi-.-..IV»«illimfc nf the llX cnnLivo - Council would bo regarded as resposiblo to tho country and the Legislature for his acts ns a member ol tho Cabinet. ? 'Mr. Thomson replied at length, explaining his position. Captain Lothei 'bridge brought forward his motion tor tlio appointment of a Committee to consider the propriety ol commencing the jn'oeeedings of tlio L'ouso vvit.i a prayer after which discussion was negatived on a division t by '12 to 8. ' Tlio Council adjourned at five minutes to 8 till 4 o'clock t on Friday-...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

WE liKL V OA f/E NO All, ?' 3 £ § III OH TYATBR AT MONTH. DAY. g g « WOWOSGOSO. £ j§ §' ? ? ? ^ . 51 'MORff; 'UVBN. II. Jl. It. M. In. i, M. II. ' it. Nov. a 51 . . 4 . 58 G . 20 ?'?'Sri' -11:^55 '^ok'io T .. -1 . '.OS. .G . 30 fi' ' 0 ';il4 0^33 „ 5 W.'. 4 . 57 -5 . 31 7 0.58' \1 .' 21 0 T . . -1 . !)0 8.31 '8 -1,55 12. 2G. „ 7 P .. ^ .*55 R . 32 9 3\ ''4 3 . 43 : '/.S --v'S- S. . . 4 . 54 G . 33 10 .4 . 23^ 3 . 0 „ 'O Sun. 4.. 54 fi . 34 11. 5 . 38 G .14

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ULLAULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

ULLA.DULLA. ' [t-ROM OUK OW'tt L'COUlllsSPONnisM .] . ? : ' AVe liiivo had li few verv hot days ; but al ter.yestei day's , nun the air is clearer, and Iho he.it not. ko ojipiessno. Th'o' 'crops' look. its well asevor; It is a cm ions lact, that tvo,' Willi a population ot moro than -100 souls,- with o.iii , churches, stores' and a- jiublic-house, aro left -.without, a niiio-istrato, iind-without constables; the -nqarest magis trnro'liviiig 50 miles from hero, - at Maylield, Shoiilhaven, . aii'd after' lieavy rain, it is of ton: a dangeroiis uiidorlaking to travol th'o road when - the ? ciceks are swollen, t hoi o - being in most, instances no . bridges -or .-proper.;, crossing jilaces.- - IL'i-e ,wo are left, so to say, at times without piotection at all or possibility of golting uny, while, I ?tliinl:, that, by land sales, ,tc., Ulladulla pays just an i ns much to the tovcniie, in proportion as most other jilaces I which havo plenty of constabulary nnd magistrates. I p think our w...

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Agriculture. AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY. NO. V. THE ATMOSPHERE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

fgrintlto. AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY. NO. T. The Atmosi'iieiie. Wo lmvo already spoken of tlio Atmosphoro as being chiefly composed of two gases, oxygon and nitrogen : and in describing tho characteristics of t.licso elementary substances, wo shall direct our observations principally in relation to it. But somo sceptic may inquire ' Where is the Atmosphere ; I do not see it ; I cannot feel it ; tnero is nothing oy wlncli lean recognise it as a part ot the material world around 1110?' Stop a momont, my dear sir. Did you ever ask yourself theso questions ; Why does smoke ascend ? What supports tlio clouds floating beneath tho bluo vault of heaven ? Or, to descend to more famliar things, allow mo to ask, Aro you a imoker ? Whilst inhaiing tho fumes of the fragrant weed, did it novsr strike you thero must ho a something to drivejthe smoke into your mouth? You say you got nt it by suction i but what is that? Just plnco your fingor lightly over the bowl of your tobacco-pipe, so as to stop it...

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Original Poetry. REJOINDER TO THE WAY OF THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

(Drigmal pat tnj. KEJOINBBK TO THE WAY OK TIIE WORLD BY S. M. Thoa spoaUcflt trutb; the mercenary fair, * And tlicrfr moro morcunary Fires, to whom The custom of tlio world is law ilivino, And shining gold tlw greatest and l-cat EOd,f Thoy aro not they on whom the high-aoiuM sons Of Genius e'er should waste one word orthought, nf/im ♦Imn thn Intommirfiu of common life. Goodwill, nnd courtesy may justly claim. Whon first the Babylonian tyrant called The assembled myriads of his capital To bow beforo the ium^e he had raistKl * On Dura'fl plain, three captivo youths alone Disdained to adore the molten deity ; And if virtue, gcniu», and eloquence, Whicb, from the days of Shadrao.h to our own, Have Rhone amid the darkness of the world, ' Wero all nni cd in one lovini? brea.st, Could wc find three in this wide land of ours In whoso esteem all these things would outweigh One single foot of its auriferous Foil? But should tho holder of wuch gifts repine, And sigh in solitude, and covet deat...

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The Mines. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

€\)t 3fiim THE ROCKY RIVER. ( From the Armidale Express). Tho rush nlluded to nt my last, to the head of the Sawyer's Gully, has to a certain extent turned out a winner. I can safely say that two shafts out of overy four will pay. This week will go far to prove whether this locality is really auriferous or not. To the best of my knowledge, 300 or 400 shafts nro now in course of being sunk. The prospects got from dishes washed aro irom one nan 10 0110 ana a nan pennyweights, out. 1 have seen as high as four nnd n half pennyweights of gold got from one dishful of stuff taken from n deserted shaft. This part of tho diggings is now all life and bustle. Tents are up ; wo have blacksmiths, bakers, nnd butchers, nnd, in tho courso of 11 few days, I suppose wo shall have lollypop makers und tailors. It is to bo hoped that tho expectations of tho diggers in this rush will be realised. Mount Jones is now nlmost deserted, but those who are working thero aro doing well, viz. : — Hunt's party, '...

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MIDLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION (TASMANIA). [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

MIDLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION (TASMANIA). (From the Launceston Examiner.') The annual 'Show of tho Midland Agricultural Associa tion camo olf at Campbell Town, on Weduosday, October 9th. Tlio weather, with tho exception of a sharp showor ot lmil in tho forenoon, was all that could be desired. Tho attendance of peoplo was smaller than usual, owing til f.lin flint, flint, f.lmi'ft u-ns nel f lip]' a bull nor a Kt.pfililn ehaso this year. His Excellency tho Governor who had stayed nt Cnptain Wood's, I-Inwkridge, the previous night , nrrived at Campbell Town early in the day, accompanied by his aide-do-camp, and Rev. Thomas Reiby, and proceeded to tho bIiow yards. Thero was n grcnt falling oft' generally in tho show of stock. Tho fat stock exhibited was very fine, particularly tho bullocks fed by Mr. D. Gibson, sen., to one of which tho first prizo was awarded. Tho animals ns usual did their owner great credit. They wero fed on oats, Hour, nnd turnips nnd wero taken to Campboll Town ...

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Shipping. WOLLONGONG SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

. iliippiitg ? ' 'WOLLONGONG SlilL'PING. .ARRIVALS, Oc'oboc -27- — 'Norn Croina, Fl«t.clier, from Iuama, ami Shoal liavon: Kwmii C'liarlcH, Irom hmmu. - ; *? : Outoher 28.— Nora Crema, Hotelier, Irom Sydney. Victoria Sultivau, from byduey. . ? October '2(-. — Nora: Crcinrt, Iflutclicr, from Sydney. Kiama ? Clmrlfts, Irom Sydney. Victoria, bulUvan, from luaina. *?-' Oclobur uO.-~Kiuiua, . Cburlci, trout hmmn. . Isora Cimna Motchur, from hiuiiia anil bboaltiavcn. 'Yiotona ballivan, fioiu oyuney. ... November 1.— Kiama, Charles, from Sydney. »? « DLPAUTLUES ' October. 27- — Xora . Creina, lictuher, for Sydney. Kiama i CliarlcH, for Sydney; i - October 28.— Nora Creina, Tlotelier, for Sydney. - : -Victoria-, i bullivan, ior Kiuma. , October 21).— Sfora Creina, Flctelier, for Mama ami SUnalbaven. Iviamu, (iJiarles. lor Kiama. Victoria, .Sullivan, lor Sydney. October iiU— Kiumu, Cliail.'d, fur bydney. 3Soia Crciuu. Hot- ; cber, lor Sydney. ? .. . ?November 1. — Kinma, Charles, for Iuanm.<...

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The Illawarra District. SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

tfitt Sltantra Sistritf... SI1ELLIIARBOR. [FROM OUlt OWN CORP.tSrOKDF.NT.] 1 v . . Nothing: but want ot time has .prevonletl iny sonuing, you atlino or two lately to keep jou nitoi iiicd.what is doing, here ; - especially in - regard to the eiluiU. wluth are; made to give, activity to thori-ateraiy mid - Debiting .? Socioty. i . Last month, at the' Society's , meeting held at Torry's Meadows, J.vM'G ill read an essay on . tlio squatting ? .....l .. . . .1 ..1.:. 1 ^ it, iiiisfniiinrl unan svstom ; iiuiu ii goott ueoato was ui«j.r»-iu-u» tlie.qu'estion ',1s tlio squatting bvstein ndvanliigoous to tlio; Colony ? ' Jfr. M'Gill very elovorly - show ed that . n., ?system which should. give the .man oi. small means it. fan chniico.ol.com petition, with tlio largo capitalists, .would, bo. a bopn to society, and must result .lit gi tat .advantage to the ? colony at. largo.. However, tlio decision. upon, tlio question gave tlio most decided expiossion of dibappiola . tion ot the jiresent 'in...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

UNITED STATES. . By way of California wc have papers from New York to the 5th August, and from New Orleans to tho 7th. Tlio friends of Colonel Fremont appear to bo very sanguine of. Success in securing his return us presi dent. ' There had been several dreadful explosions of steam boat boilers, tiy which numerous lives wero lost. . Tho action of tho San Francisco Vigilanco Committeo has been very generally nnd severely com uien led upon by the press of the Atlantic States, and characterized us; a monstrous usurpation of authority by an irresponsible mob. Those of tlio press who attribute patriotic motives, to tho committee in tho first place, think they havo over reached their aim. ? r P. T. Herbert, M. C. from California; has been ac quitted of the mibrder oftlio waiter Keating, at Willard's Hotel iu Washington. .Messrs. Brooks and ICeitt have been unanimously re elected . to Congress from South Carolina, Colonel Brooks received seven thousand nine . hundred votes, aiid six hundred...

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TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

... TITLE DEEDS R 15 AD Y FOR DELIVERY'. . .. The following Titlo Deeds aro ready ior delivery at: tho Surveyor General's -Ollice, oil payment ot : tlio accus tomed foe : — :: - AVilliam Aniiand,- Camden, 2a.- :- 1 ? v —James Emery, ditto, 14a. Ir. 16p., - : ? . ? Ditto ditto, ditto, 2a. 2i , Ditto ditto, dil to, 2n 2i ., Ditto ditto, ditto, 2a 2i , Ditto ditto, ditto, 5a. lr 18p., Ditto ditto, ditto, 2.1. 2r., Michael llindin ush, ditto, 23 1. lGp„ Ditto ditto, ditto, 15a. 32p., Ditto ditto, ditto, r)i, 2i. 2lp, William llyues, ditto, 72 1. 2r., 'William King, ditto, In lip, John Keeglnan, ditto, 7a. 2r. 2Gp, ^ ^ James Miller, ditto, .'i2a., ' ? Samncl Marks, ditto, 20a., -- s ' Ditto ditto, ditlo, 20n , ' Allele Osborne, ditto, 26a lr., 1 Ditto duto; dittp, 2Ga'. lr., Josep Pike, Camden, 3i., Ditto ditto, ditto, 3a,, Ditto ditto, ditto, 3a., Ditto ditto, ditto, .ia , James llogcis, ditto, 10a. li. 8p., , John Sheeny, ditto, Oil. lr., Junes So} mom, ditto, 32a 2i. lGp, John Kele Ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

Dairy Cattle, &amp;c. MR. JOHN COLLIE lias received instructions from JAMES WRIGHT, Esq., who is now giving up dairying, to soil by auction nt I5ALGO WN IE, Fairy Meadow Road, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4tli, 1850, tlie wholo of liis Dairy Stock, &amp;c., without reserve, con sisting of, 31 Superior Dairy (Cows, Springing nnd in full Milk 8 Ditto, Young Heifers, hand-reared 2 Young Hulls 2 Soiva in I'ig 7 Store Pigs Tho whole of the Dairy 'Utensils, &amp;c. The auctioneer deems it unnecessary to mako nny further comment, than stating that tlio nhovo has heen carefully selected regardless of cost, by a cmpoten t judge. Terms at Sale. A Luncheon will be provided. 75 Dairy Stock, Pigs, Horses, &amp;c. MR. JOHN COLLIE will sell by auction, on THURSDAY, the Gth day of NOVEMBER, 18-56, at Mr. MICHAEL M'CONNELL'S, Dapto Itoad, tlio whole of his Dairy Cattle, consisting of 17 First-rate Cows in full Milk 2 Heifers 1 Bull Horso, Gig, and Harness 1 Saddle Maro 1 Sow and 8 Pigs 8 Sto...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

felDNLY SIllLTlNG. ARRIVALS/, , Ocfobor 25^— Ida, American brig, 175 tonH.-Munn, from 1*01* Elliot' Kith msluut. bhamrock (s) lidO tons, Warner, Irom iMoro tou Bay 2Jrd instant. , Gruftou (s) 220 tonu, Wiseman, Irom tho Clareneu £)rd'instuiit. . . . - ^ Oetobor'2t- ? City of Sydney (a) 700- tons, Moodteyfroin Jrel bourne 23rd iiiKtant. Tory, banjue, ton*, Livingstone, troiu Valparaiso^ llth August. Uombny, 1 rencli barque, 258 tons, Oandipnon. Irom Uourbon, 10th SepLemher. . October 27— U M b .funo, 2b guns, I'ltz^eruld, from a oi ur/.o. - October 28.— JJei wiclc Walls, mnp. t)3i ions, *'iemcy, irom ijivor pool I8ili July. ? What Cheer. Auierieaii barque, tiJl Lons,. Baxter, from Sun Iraneisco.oOlIi August-.. Kate. Kearney^ bchoouor, bl tons, Punch, from Norfolk Island 10th instant. October 2S.—^ Gertrude, brig, J20 tons', JJmuung, from Auckland 10th luntaut. 'William Denuy (s) uOU tona, .MaiUoiy Irom- Auck land 22nd instant. . - . . October 30.— Uheetah, schooner, ISO tons, .Toyee,...

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SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, 29TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

SECOND DAY,, WEDNESDAY, 291'^. OCTOBER.! The weuthci waswaintoi and loss oloudv tluin tlio pie vious day, but still, far .from oppresMi;?. as usual, was not so great as that on the hi*. t' day ;'bi t 'tho. decrease iu the ntunber of spectators did, npt beem .lp 'dimiiiishlho/.est with which thoso ^present ^entered; into,, imd'thp iuterost thoy seomud to ttike, iu tho-.tuitu^buicu.!*. of the day. This may, to some extent, lio accounted for, by tho fact thaUthe conditions of tho races woro-'.-pf^sitcli n character that horses belonging to persons known, to ..most present, w-ere qualified to riin for th'om. 'Wo will, how over, proceed at puce to givp}n brief 'account 'of 'tlio ritnniiig, and to rocord the result of 'tlio'. various races. . ' ' . ' FiltST UAOE. -Tho Selling Stnltes . of 25 Sovsi, with a Sweepstakes of 2 Sovs. each . added for all hoises ; tho winner to bo sold by' auction,' immediately after tlie' rnco, any sur plus over;36 Sovs. ' to go : to tlio race fund ; .heats, on...

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ILLAWARRA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

' ILLAWARRA ANNUAL 11ACES. , v.,'As aiuioiineed, tbeso sports took place on last l uosday, Wodnesdav, and Thuriday. For sovorol.daYs previous i the freiiueiit iirri nils of horses, accompanied -.by jockoys, and in soino cases by their ownors, from the moro clihtant parts of tlio: distriot, and from other parts ot the colpnv, «'-ave token of tho lionr approach of tuoao sportr, wliieti «iM-lnnl;pil forward to with all but general intoiest. On Monday, many pet-sons, from SliOiilhuven and Knim.i, availed' themselves of tho opportunity p-esonted by. t ie caliing.'Of tho Kiama and Nora Oruina at Wollongong, of- -witnessing, tho .'races. In addition to these, pai ties from-Sydnoy 'had equal larilitios allordod to tliem, wliicli thoy did , not fail to onibraco to a very .gieat extent. Ow'ii'tf to this, tho town-sjou became; cpuiparii.t v.-ly crowded with strangers, who combined the. gi-atilieatipu of- their taste for horse-ruciiig, with a visit, to one of the most beautiful and verdant spot...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, OCT. 27. (Before Messrs. Irving and Hopkins.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 3 November 1856

COURT OP PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Oct. 27. (Before Messrs. Irving and Hopkins.) ,, Pati-ioU Ready -appeared to .-answer .-the 'summons'.. 'of-. 'Matthew. Dignam, residing on. tho Mount JCoirn Estate, for having on tho 18th Oct., unlawfully and maliciously thrown down a fence, belonging to him. Mr. Rogers ap' ipenrcd-ondiohall of Ilcndy, and 'Mr.-, Owen for tlio com jilninant. Tho information having been read, Mr. Rogors subnutted, in tho first place that the Court had no juris diction, iind iii the second jilace, and on that ho now .relied, that .tlio summons was only issued on Friday, and it'was threo o'clock on that day before lio- received-,' any iiistriiction oir tlio matter, and ns (hero wero some fourteen ? or fifteen witnesses to ho siiinmoiied Ioi; the .'defence, 'tis lib ; wns instrueted by Messrs.- Spain and Y'onug th'o Attorneys , of /Ready, and tiio interest of a ininiber of jinrtieS, iio , would pray for ait 'adjournment. Mr. Owen objected''' to (lib nd|nui'iiincnt, on t...

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