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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M. and Messrs. Moore, Holden, Showers, Robb, Raven and Woodhead, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

POLICE: INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. M1os?AI y NOVE?lEslr '20TH. (Before Mr, Alley, P.M. and Messrs. Moore, Holden, Showersi Robb, Raven and Wood head, J's.P.) Florcne D?une as fined 4Os., no alter native named, Kate Anthony, Os. or scven days;: Jamos Bradley, 0s. or forty-eight hours; Frederick Rodlda, st. or twenty four hours, for the above offence.. John T. Hunt, to enable himi to suffer a recovery, .was remanded for servesn L?ys. iobert Lanhle, who lhad suere a recovery in gaol, vas discharged. Maria O'Connor, Kate Ryan and nMary Ann Scott were. each caun tioned and set at liberty. INSULTtN BEIIAVIOIL. :A lad noame Edwrrl Cooray; nand a man namoed Joseph Wilson were each convicted of iosulting bchaviour in a public place,' and were each tiunel 40s with the alternative of 14 days imprtsonsilent. Walter Downeos and George Vincent were convicrted 'of iilsnting behariour, at the corner of Smith and. Rksc.streets on the afternoon of the 2ndl iust. Vincent, who got a very had ehalmete...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

7T TiH Ei twrlo OiTHET FIT7IiOY Ci-r 'lRaOS. Si- I'thik lthit it is as plain as the noonday un that tile battle of secular, free, aned ,Opulsery eduL?ation will ihav- to b| fought over again, and I think the sooner mreparatiohs are iurde for the' campaitn the better. The enemies of the act will leave nothing undoue to destroy it. I would sug geit tlhati loa1 leagues or ;odties !bostab isjhed at once to couilteraet th action of the Bible in State Schools league, for there is no disguising the fact'that tig' introduction of? ithe Bible into our State aehools meaus tie ,latrnetion of thi?el:du tiif'Ae't. Proteso tunta?'ill niever accrptf the-DowiiXVersion, and.Catholie? will never:cven look at the revised edition. At lr?eent the Catholics haIve no real grievance as every intelligent Catholic knIows peifectly well, bu ilntroduce tihe Bible into tihe State echool a?ol thea the Catholics will have a real grievance, and a rcryjust ciusi of complaint..~lBilbop Moor house aoll tle other grea...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15TH. (Before Messrs. Oldfield, Gunn and Lewis, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

CARLTOX COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13TH. (Before Messrs. Oldfichl, Guonn and Lewis, J's.P.) mfUKE .\?DI DISORDERILY. John Pearen was brought up on remand charged with the 'above ollence. He wi'as lined ?n. with the optioni of "4 oners incar ceration. . PTE\LING rImoSLs. A youth about IS years of age named? Francis Melcahon was charged with stealing six pigeons. The evidence showed that the pigeons were all right in their liox on Satur day night, mid that on tie following lorn ing they were gone, and that they were found in the prisoner'a possession soon aftcr. The prisoner now pleaded that it was his first ollffence and that he was only six weeks married. Fined 26s. costs with the alter iative of 14 ldays in gaol The prisoner iltimated that he swoul d takee ilterna tire. IRE?tell OF A CITY ItE-.IW. Constable Love prosceaute John McDon gall for driving a lorry containing a qulantity of butchers' meat tlhrough the stnreets -witlh out a cover, contrary to tile provisioms of one of thle Iby...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

ORIO?INAL CORltýSP'ONDENCE. To THE If I)TOit O THE 7 F5. IFrZOFCIITY IRiJeS. Sir,-IHaving listened to, an address de ivered-by tho right reverend Bishop Moor louse in Collins-street, I hlcan hIlii dlclare the .prdeset system of education to'bf a ;odles one.- With a desire to ascertain to hat extent, I read cevery one of the school hooks in use, and must say that 1 was agrceably disappointtd upon findin. his ttetctct, in mily opition to IU. tota.fy in correct, for in every alternate page is to Im found precepts inrulcating either morality, goo.l coduct,-or.indiremt terms., refsrtnce to .rolivah. -To arriio at a, t etisato of'thhl'shjcct, I ask Dr. Moorhodse-does he think that the pecuniary circumstances of the mass of the population of this colony re quire state assistance in the eduostion of their chlhlrn ? Taking it;for grante that they do, does he not sce that were thie prc seist subsidy withdrawn, a onumber. of pri vate 'slools'"wouldl, be stishlishld, to.en able the mrirents to ...

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SPORTING NOTES CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

SPORTING NOTE.~ CRICKET. ' MAT?IIrn PLAYED L.,r SA.TURDAY. Norwich Union 2nd v. Parkrille reeslted itt an an easy victory for the former by 10 wickets nd I run, the Iores being Park ville 19 antd l and l orwvicli Union 40 nnd no wickets for 3. G. Graham 11, Hayden 7, aud W'illiaums i batted wtll for Norwicb, 7 as did Smith 11 and Sparrow 8 for 'arkville. J. Graham 7 for . and Dickens 9I for 16 Ihowled well for the SNorich. Fitzroy Alberts v. Normanby. Won by the latter by 10 runs. Scores, Nonnanhy if & :12 Alberts 310 and 53.. Coney 14 and 12, and Flegg IS batted well for onnroanby. A. Knell againt ecured bowling honors. Normanby v. Erskine. Won by the for nler by th roes, after a very exciting galle. Snores, Noonnnby :1S, Erskine "3. For Normanbly II. Knell 9 and Hayea 8 were the highest scorers, while SMitchell bowled very well. SRainbow (club eleven) v. Alexandra re talted in a victory for tile former by 13 runs, tihe scores eitnt I)9 anmd Sit respectively. Allar and tauc...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

" \r"Si itli,.'"said' ii laudy a tau{ ir w't i yon vloaoo tlyrthis Ioonnctrto ;prcacDtto tei lady yonilh'c Iol.Irt d but1 'nt· 1. light chid Swith; 1'ni a niarrind man.;', .-4. "; .~t

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THE GALLIMAUERY SERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

THE T _UB LJ4LtfU, IlfYSEBRiES. Welhiave.receiveil two'colmunes-of thinr se ries from tie natllor, ~who writes:nndcr tl;e nom de plume of J. S. C. D. ' We notice in the title png of thoe'nes sent; a list of some of the fruits of his pen, including " Conm ments on the Times,': " Turkey and the Powers." Cyprus the Jewish stepping stone to Syria;.'. : The J:S.C.D). Papers, ." Life nod Hope," &e. ,,The c sa sent are entitled ' Conchological IEpirnim or the Australian Glow.worn," and the P?rofessor abroad," on the E?rth's Fast, Present a?ld Fatltroe.; The author of these works as 'adopted a most penliaer styloe; ofdiction which leads, to thcetia: rtai ' e 'A yst m rhtons~ ss, noaoil compels the reader to peruse ano mre peruse them carefully, befor he he feels certain that he hIa gathered the real m?ninng. W, c have ourselves rcad 'eachl carefully through, three times, and still we feel a delightful mystery clinging to the, and shall dlo ourselves the pleasure of rendiig 'them'nga...

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NAMELESS STREETS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

NAMELIES STRtEETS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FITILOY CITY I?IES.. Sir,--Excuse my troubling your columns, but o behlf of rlay who are not 8o well acquainited with the georaphyll of your lfast improving City, I mIust as a line. Wodld you request your local representatives to causo the majority of your otreets to bo named, Iprticularly at the intersectlons. Further, it would greatly facilitato boolleas if the business places and res.dencea were in numerical order, I have frequent complaints and meorns?er" trouble, througho my clients nat beiug able to 1i01 certain properties with w"hich I have to do. I am sure tst ual y others must have suffered from thei outo public arequirc ent ' ' our's &. 41 Collins-street, West.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

l.RIN l A4n svbrhrd'lb ,S i4 dNN lIJ) WARD CO;; RELL )Ins tiech rlcnkdro fu oanoaoioog thf itP 110W In now'haking 1, G6ODS iauprlt'ing tl' i..oI :i I ,ý LEADI1TC* `NO ELTIES, : New Iaasli mil Cptd Crotgoz tac C i lotnlI~ i tcý,a r , i ' ; Sposind ttpntloOto Idtdhiatot to Iato prlantodt 0ttobnIi, dasbilot 2opliyro. hc., iltitro vtry, Chpb out otiltruly .; Ill murkeld At .OWIIST (11I IJ.'IICIi Now Clash 'Droapry Warohouso,, Corner' of Sioltfi soid - obl St1ecia rala nt UIAiliIs1Ntl i OtIJSI4, crner Qric'i0iowry tuIdIIlndc~llli w its,, U,0~lll:(')N. 105 OFURNJ STURIA . 'AST I,? U R N I r x`'[1,1 I1L1 tt;1N) ;;£9 0 U66LLIBFFES ExgIIAN'GE, 1 '33 i ·31;0 1 I ',. ,,:ri l .l iu c :in , i l (luaul stit ClouoptIo tiuo mu I try; I ask youtall, to Comua, and Bu oyi ii tliuooyo ·i 0141 nat fori:tlia '.rig ouy, It you wcant to h3'I o~wvisti to BELL, Lu4 lJ lliu tIflrFR~su'yl the+1 ya ral liTih00 yott iwiliclut~ely learn 6 "io ajurt, pinitaI ltlia~ 15 tit'iST 1,i0iN Ii'tEril Alf. li cli 13321IPtIJ...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, NOV. 25th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

SATUIDAY, NOV. 2.thl 1882. I --- ONo .of th "Imol?t inmpo"rt?? results of tlh progress of scienc in this colony is the wonderful development of the liowors of eleotricity, and as eacnhwebk adds frhel discoveries of the uses to which this agent caln i applied, it forms a mllost attractive asuiject for colsidora. tion. ]iven ih Victoria, which is so fir removed fr'oni thi great centres.of ,solitilio knmowlalgo and experienlit, tlio'sahbject lttllcts grelat attnti oln, and the cll'ort aot prCesct being InlIad to roClior "th liu 0 of electricity for glighgtinggonral,,aro boing,watehed by most people with great interest.? To such ia sltgo lnav the oxperi.menta in this directioln now hen advaniced, that tlhuprano ica?bility and cheaplnss of thi Iaitlild lire pilaced beyond ?ia doublt, The clar' brillialacy of the liight pro. duced lby this iieliaes, and the niamost entireo absence of aicntand. lOk rol. der it peculiarily' sit?blu for lighting largo speceas, ald ill our publi i buildlgs, c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

SPECIAL COLUMN. F: J. BRITTEN, AucnoTSIOe & EsrArs AOs'T. NORTH FITZROY AUCTION MART ADD PROPERTY EXCHANGE, RAE STREET Properties For Sale or To Lot. AGENT For the London and Lancashireo ire Insurance Company. Capital - £1,852,000. (Established 1862.) LOWEST CURRENT RATES. Losses promptly an liberally settled.' Transfers from other Oflies free of eprnse. MONEY TO LEND On Freehold Security. from 5 per -cent F.H. H. BRITTEN CO., No. 9 BRITTEN'S BUILDINGS, RAE STREET NORTH ITZROY, BUILDERIIS and" FiUR?tING IRONMONGERY In every variety, at sunellh PRICES TIIAT DEFY COMPETITION. Builders and others favouring them with a call will tirl it to their advantage to do their business at this establishment. A GE NT For the celebrated SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES The superiority of these Machines is proved by the fact that 5'61,Oi, or over 10,000 per week, were sold last year. LIIERAL TERMtS. W. s EAGER, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST. RAE STREET, Corner Watkins-st., NORTHII ITZROY. Patent and Hore a...

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OUR STORY TELLER. MONA'S CURSE. CHAPTER XXI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

SOUR STORY --TELLER. M0oA'S'CU11SE. CLotrrEts X . (Continued). Thus adjuredl, he 'moed towords n the stable, and MIlaedo dragping her,.tiring oran a litl her towards tie l anien.o The time eerted :drotidfnlry lonig before thetread of horses' feet a?ns heanl, and the cightniue ws already flashihg vividly noresn th blackn sky. But for the fears thaturgal her on, 'Maude wouldiavien trembled to en rounter the elemnllts; nod as it wl?, hhle hald many niisgiviags. Blnt she had ony to look hack to the aostle, ntid see the lights in Ldwellyn's wtit dow, ald cvery thou-lgt imeeedt in the npger. desire to esc.pe ; aos as soon as ItoUlia ap pearel, she sprang lightly into her siddle. With soie little diflieulty. Lisette waoe hoisted to her sto, nod the?u at a quick paee, they struck cross a patch of greela twanl, anti to to a road' which gradually naeeenlel the mountinus, lavinlg the eottnage of Llytiawr far below them. "Thlisis not the rway e otame to the esstln," Jlailde e?pieiuan.ly observL...

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COLLINGWOOD COURT. TUESDAY, NOV. 14TH. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., and Messrs. Turner and Barnett, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

COLLINGwOOD COURT. S: TRIl', t.No . 14TI. - (Before Mr.'Alley, P.M., and Mears.. Tur ner and Barnett, J'.P.) , HeiTry HIley was clmrgcd with liic looc oltrece. As hle hld b-en locked lip for someo lomrs anid was inot lakoton to the police the bnicli discharged htim with a auton. ' ': INS.ILTIL: l tIIEAVIOUIL'. Constahlel'ercival prosecuted two'youths iimed 'lrtspetively Jloeph Doiglass and' James Alsell for insultitio hehaiostt it: a ptblic place. It ,iippa-'that'os: tlio: prao yiona cveeiog the two prisonees adtl Iktweee ilfty old oi y t mooo like thmsi, rero so.noy • . . - . I: " • . ,- = 'mag ma unfortunatea,' cnky.g'ran in Slith. street. The police mnaistrate told the prisoners that their conduct showed that prisonment. - , . . Constable Percival prloscuti d a tall young man named Richardn Fitzsimmons' for as saulting the "cranky" mlan referred to above, Tile constable's evidence was to tile effect that after he had anrrested Douglas and Anell, the prisoner wet tp to tlhe ;:'era...

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ESSAY ON BOOKS, THEIR HISTORY AND INFLUENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

iSSAY' O ITOOKS,'TnEIR IIISTORY clii !:';I . XNDlN' LNPLUENC:E."'.* .i ': ' 0 : 1;i . . ! thr '(By RI C.' MiiLj , Lin.uumAs , Finoroy' Dr -. Pvnit c LitnR y. - we (Coilitiied froil our last) t': ' No words 0can describe thl secr et agony iof iny seol as I sunk into .thlis componiouship, 4ti compared these every-day associates with lat those of my happier childhood, and felt my pn early hopesof growing ip to e: a learned mI nnd-diatinguished mail crushed in my bresat. Or The deep remembrance of tle sense I had cf oti behig utterly neglected and hopeless, of tie thi shame I felt ini *my positiol, anl of. tile m Misery it?wase ino y o my y Il heart, allnotbI m01 written." III this sitiation Charles Dickens cnm 'remained about two years, but his fatlher en haoitig quarrelled with the blacking nlanu- we facturer, took Ihis son away when he was 12 we years old., and from 1S24 to 182B we find up that he was placed in two different private at sclhools to finish his'edsaotion. ?egttrdlilg nl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

XS1. .H, -2384-3 ST* 1ED CE. PR I.ES!! WVHOLESALE CLOTHING C0Y. TO lU r j PREMIER TAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. .i GIEELONG /TWWEED, TR OUSERS FOMIER PRICE, 12s. . . . REDUCED TO :..10s : 6D):.:; SUITS TO ORDER, 42s,,6d.,.., OPE WNi Nt EWlIAClHT, 238 SMITI STnEET,,COLLINGWOOD.. opo .it , c-?lf , 'alac ,,ac.. joitrrn tile t Mon!t. do i te Low an l Discount Company. - TO THE RUBLIC.-Of.i"it; t ' the .gnerous 'support reiýived frod the 'pid~ic, a. the ,tp t ind unlrivalled success we ha it me-'urith; hasl iuluced tie -?. iprn tyt still furtlurihilicse ttheiri enlterprsely opening a-N E\. BIRANlO AT 2l381: MITH STR'1'EET, COLLINGtWOOD; bopposite. the Collo Palace Ili sto doing' sefet'kl ouji'illt we aiV autici: t iittgti .wauts of 'ouy. inany Colligwotrtintl Filtzroy customenrs, fromi whlnAvo hope to receive the same lilbertl sulippt in' the future that the publlic.have kknSly'b~xtowedl upon us in ShrL.srli.sS dl hSl EOGtAtIENTS at WHOLFESL. PRICES, nnd owiig to tle liberal patronage bestowel u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

S'RING AND SUMIER SEASON. EDWARD) CORNELL Has much pleasure in announcing that he is now making his FIRST DISP L"AY Of .,NEW" SPRING GOODS Comprising the LEADING NOVELTIES New deigns' in Carpets, Cretonnes Lace? Curtanis, &'" Special attention is directed to tile Printed Satteens, Camnbrics, Zephyrs, ,&c., hich aierc very choice and entirely New Patterna. All ' arked at LOWEST CASH PRICES. ROGES~TJIRHOESR New Cash Drapery Warehouse, Corner of 'Smith. and Peel Streets, 'COT:LING WOOD, : : lso at . MIADLINE HIOUSEI, corner Qncensbcrry nd lMadeline Sts.," CAILTON. 203 BOUIRKE STREET EAST. F URNITURE. If you want any, and wish to a'ne it -CHEAP AND GOOD, __f:O TO, .. - ; GOOLIFFE'S FITZROY FURNITUPRE EXCHANGE, 133 BRUNSWICI ST. (ESTAELIIS .ED, .. Good and Cheap is tIle plan I try, I ask you all to Come and Buy; Withune yoiu ni5ed not fear the 'rigges,' The Goods are -all Marked in Pllain Figures. If you want to BUY or wish to SELL, You'll fiud that I can use you well; • ...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, NOV. 23th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 25 November 1882

SATURDAY, NOY. 27th0, 1882. OSE of the most important results of the progress of science in this colony is the wonderful development of the powers 'of electricity, and as ech week adds f"esh discoveries of the uses to which this agent can be applied, it forms a Inost attractive subject for considera tion. Even in Victoria, which is so far removed from the great centres of scientifid klaowledge and experiment, tlhe sublject atttnact great attention, and the efforts at present being made to render the use of electricity for ;lighting, general, are being watched by most people with great interest. To such a stage have the experinlets in this direction now been advalced, that the piracticability and cheapness of the inithod are placetd b;yond a doubt. The clear brilliancy of the light pro duced by this. leans, and the almost entire absence of heat and1 smoke reoi der it peculiarly suitable for lighting large spaces,'aid in' our public buildings, chuches, theatr'es, railway stations, str...

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Fitzroy City Press. SATURDAY, DEC. 2nd, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

SATURDAY, DIC. 2nd, 1882. fli dlectliois foil rthI' tjipdr ldhius da; oIo', overand as far as tho North Yarrna Provinec 's' oicerned, tlhe ro r suilt show that considerable interest hais been taketn in theim. ?lenssrs. Bf n v4o~ ni mlrnres'ltait booe'rothrned- Sone otn eachh ' ide politically. - Mr. MIeares, we know, will make an ablo 'represbltative and be' a credit toi the oonstitueney, ' Whether 1r.: ,leaver will be or Iot, we' cauiiot 'sny 'bht if report speaks correctly, ho shoulll not bh far behoid,. W\eo nro so'rry 'llmt'r. King io not hniongot the chosen as we are confident hl would have worthily filled thie ?osition, but wo hope at the text chalnce to see hii tli to the fore. Fitzroy is to be credited with an lad irablo publ;lic opilnion,.a d had theI other portions of the constit'luency been of like mind, both of the really Liberal cantldidates wouldl-lhave figured on tllo poll. Mr. Lang polled better than voo" expectel nd must have felt the weight of Mr. leaver's influenc...

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THE ST[?] [?]IJOC[?] [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

~Mr, Dnm,nlor whliob iws drIi l lu, rnwlltI olt) itto it miullltc I \Y01111 Sin thant I LOCI) butt I cool only nux~vcr -ix ytor evowul itxcln by Suclh to oind

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH. (Before Messrs. Robb, Raven and Showers J's. P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 2 December 1882

POL-OII',INTELLIGEINOE. --4--- * irlrzloY'CouIvtr. l , I ilLONDAY, NOVYEMinR 27T11r.; Ii (lloforo' Masrs;. I-Bllb R n 'nild ,nShowors' S 1011t ' AND IORDnlllV. m 'Th'fo1llowi persona wnror olonrgol wvithli the'oabove'~ off l:olilohn .Cor ?'illlfrow Andlorsool, Sson l Blolrir; Frederluk Mialator nuil John J.lfflnt, Anderson, BIllir add nalotlor w?wero 'cahl oiled lie., or; 2l hours, the others were dlsoliargdn - SLIIInAOOli?Ii A (iO.OTAoILO., FPrderlik Molsetr won further cllarged wiltli nasanlllng conslallo, Cinmron/nllod dmgnglg lis holt.. Alter lheanrilng tile oyil iltoo 6f the proseunthlg constoble nnd So:r. goant ]lll, iho henoh hllld tLho cna to Lo pioced,, nnd inflltell a lilon of t?in, wihl ia.s, (id. al st (Id, costl or hi, defolilt 7 dlny lonpralsonment. , : INSUT , ILUTIN afnKIIAVIOUR, oenti:coostall!o' aflol ro proseclted F. .lniort for hinsilllg hldholvour on 'it phblio plAco': It aippcrrei tllnt oh Saturday night Oio prisoner wns miscondlicting himself Ili (lnrltrlostlr...

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