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CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

OHAPrKB XYIII.; " ! .' *"?! That Mri' .' Pontweazle's > liiovements > were not [immediately affected* by >:the;,olonr, :Rnd i 'distinbt.iuforination wbioh hajhad -reoeived, >>^asi to: Grogram asource* of.'greats:astonish? : "The little 'gentloman had been' so .[oamoat find pprsevering in his desire to possess hitn-r ? i , BBlf. of- tho ?duiails, thnt. Grogram',thought, < ; having once obtained thorn;, ho would;scarcely .' !- 'sJloW'anrhour to' elivpso before .giyiug ^tho; ordeyto'tnnr'oh. . . But, aflor; m'ulting^'a shortcongratulatory) .??r, l «remarki:' to, hisT: companion,', which is' .already i .^'iireoordHdi'Mr.iPiiniwodzloJapsodanto.a'slata! r. -vof.'silence" from"" whiuh. he didr/'not u.e'cqyur, during.tlie vwiiolo of thnt oyBning.^i'HisKhe . vibttviouiv Bteinud to vary between a stMt«'<.<»£? ? ' ; placidity'!and ftf:stnlo/of oxcitoment,;! ,:While ; . .undo'r the iiifluonop^of tho( former,: ho^oulcl . sit jjloaaant'y'Hi'riiigili...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XVII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

< ESlLjrSjjElUCr WYWKFE. , OUAl'TEB, XVII.-OoNTlSUED. j,; "I am bound' to: confess I have not thought of oil that," said Grogram. . . ???; * " Of course not," said the little man ; "there is no necessity for you to thiuk; that's my port of the business, and your part is to do exajily as I bid you. And now,, really, you must not delay any longer; you nmet tell uie at once whore this 'stull''-as I think you call it in your .curious language, - this, ' stuff iB concealed." . . , .' I don't like'to teli you, somehow," said Grogratn, dubiously. " Wlmt!" screamed Mr. Pontwonzle. "It soutus like giving up somuch," said Gr'igi'am. i " It will seem liko giving up a good deal more!" said Mr. Pentwoazln, jumping off his seat, wrid looking up into his companion's face like a ferocious sparrow. "It will seem like being given up to the police ; it will seem liko going back to HoIjart Town ; that's what it will seem like !. Why, you stupid dog-you overgrown animal,, with' , nothing but ...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON. August 15. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

LATEST BY" CABLE. , (From Iht Sydney IJerali.) . LONDON. August 1 ' THE 'difficulty which has iinum between the twoHouses of Purliutnenfcin conaectiou with tho Irish Land Bill is boinf^ much discussed throughout the co mi try.- Tho papers to-day devote lofidinur articles to n discussion of the crisis. Meetings to support the Government in the attitude they have assumed were held at many places on Sattu'dny, and numerous other meetings are being1 organized.. The Morning Post to-day' expresses its entire ripproval of tho tnctics followed hy t,he Marquis of Salisbury in tho House ofLords, and considers hitn justified in insisting upon the amendments passed on his recommen dation. . ' ????.? ? , CALCUTTA, August 15." According to thp latest iniolligence from Condahar, Ayoub Khan is busily engaged recruiting his forces before renewing the i campaign. Ho is making intensive requisi tions of arms aud material of war upon tho inhabitants of .tho province.. He is reported to have dispatched ...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

LONDON.;* it "rP MTO n D A ?:;;;;vi; ^h . * 1 'iT W/, t 1 *»»W &II I a»i!SiwS(a(rortli-^orthootOiipr,opflftgq:.#;;.ooms.;. ipVomi8e.,bpiw,oonHhe^tWo^h6u8es^oP:.fpnr.!iBt-; mont^on the'Irish11 Land Bill. ^Tlie Marquis 'of/SnlisburyJtf to;\opn7«Awit^ mm on ihc part, of "the mnjorify in the Upper House to give way, »od tho probability of a crisis is l^sening. The Viceroy of India h«s asked tbe government fur' peuuninry assistance for Abdul Rubman, to enable him to defend bis territory against Ayoub Khan. President Garfield is suffering from a relapse, and is now. lying1 in a dangerous condition. : ???. . .? ? .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

OUF^ SPECIAL. TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. ., S TUESDAY NIGHT. All-llio'mon employed on the duplioata lino of i tramway/iin . Oxford-street, . struck this morning. . The Government hits been paying 7/- for nine, hours and for overtime,^ but the ; men want the same.amount.for eight hours. An offur of.G/8 was. declined, and all works were stopped until this afternoon, when the men accepted 7/- for eight hours. The tondorof'Mr. Taylor has bean.accepted for the construction of a bridge over tho IJnieralla River, rond Goulburn^to 'Oooma. . Mr. Duff has been gazrttud Regislrar Gonorul dnring.Mr. Word's ai>senoQ_oii leave Mr.. G. 0. Iflamos, chief, olerk in the Roads Depurimont diud this morning from Brigln'a disease. ? ' ' ? ? . The price .'of: meat sold ; by = auction at. . Darling Harbour is slowly declining. The ? highest bid for the best quality to-'day .was l$d. Mr. Thomas Donaghy,1 onei of th'S' oldest rosidonts of Sydney, andvwolUk'nown as a i poliiical henchman, of Sir'John .Robertson an...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17. RAILWAY RATES FOR PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

PtlBLXSrEED asV-EKir MOENING, K..Trulhj ovorlovoly ainoo tho-world began, . ,_ ) l 'The foo of.tyrants nnd tlio friend of intui.-Campbell, 1 ? GOULBURN: 'WEDNESDAY, AUGUST^?. RAILWAYliSATE^'FOft PRODJJCE.: Id I'.li/,iJh.< ,"i .i r i , . 11 < I i ' | .iflilj .iGNB'of tlioi'iohiofiioauBGB,,ofjthe depressed condition of the agricultural" interest,'-.as" we '30t' jyfoviously'romai'ked, is Atbo 'lj.igli.i rates of , oarfiugo charged for -pro'duco on tbo rail ' Ways- of:tbe.-oolony.., High.rrttosof carriage ^.' '?Mduco tho'-profits ofs tlio^producors/ limit "" 'their "operations,. and j reudor it,impossible for them to competo with outside or-foreign iiUiiroducors, whoihavo thei.adyaojage of jbeing able to command oheap oarriage. High, .srftW!mean'lo8senedi traffio,,Vo;tliat the policy' ^(jjgiu-grmoMfthan' a- fair-rate ultirfiutaly: 'defeats itself1 by, dwarfing.*,(lie-iodustry on - whioh/tlie railways'are'depondent-for theirj ?' s ^ ispontanded* that railwajys.atei ...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief then: and what's the news!"—King John [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

NEWS AND tNOTES: ; . Vlirlciytlionj and"wliat'riW.newiI'!-JCta*.John j . The'Liberals ..inland-, giving Mr." Gladstone a prand banquet." , . i. '? "Warraweona station near'Bourke has been' ,spld"ior £110,600.1; ; _ The Hon,-. John: Lackey, .'Minister lorf Works, 'talks/of resigning. .. J . (;! Grand musical and liiorary entertainment I at tbo Mfichuniua^. to-night. vyl rfj yiotoridn '. Oabinet :now complete.'Mr. BurioWa, Minister of Mines;1, ' .A'youngmati'named Frank Barbour l 'drowno'diit^tho ,harbour:oi;sSundny, 1 ; i' ;Dr. 'Quinu, vBishop, of Brisbn'uo,. is sori o'uBly.'ill.t^His recovery is not expeoted.'' ^ ?'fu',.Tho tide : of ; emigration from tKe;'TJniled' 'Ein'gdom- is: ii8Buiuing..alarming,proportions." OuidaV is not., dead.: It. aviis,: ar: false rnprirt. '..'There is joy ini many a.oirouldting libiary. , , ' .' - A man dropped down'?do'ndjin ja :Sydney ; Oofffio Palane^ori Friday, ^Another victim to -tnm|ierflncQ. i.'V A rojrigor'nting:"oompany;hn8 been started; in'Diin...

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LOCAL GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

LOOili 'r :r" -''' - Jf: ^n*-' .Gp.ull)urn ;,Police Court. ?{;-.>*'. .' """J!Ori';TuV!d^^ Messrs;?' 0. S. iAl exaiido t; '^iaKel I a rj' Gfeo'rgb Arnoiili^lia9'- Jami-a^Petorson, was charged^ tli1 having-beon'/drarikuandidi^ ( ! .to tho langungo. Iih hud .boon 'making.useT'of; forgot-, theprisoner;; 1 Auhuviir8jro,0trf-Th«, Hume prisnnoij :. was : ^|ted;? the;,,ppli'spii< ^doprtsda.'s^Whonviariflsiiig'^prironertonrvtirei 'i<)tliPi''ohur^b8l'ihQ';re*istVd,-atKl'«l(iokc|d,mo1;1, 'liS'^ (h'Btft>tri p|)ed'.;oae, nnd,Mfell~in fact,' wo' ?both loll,'hut ho was, midqrj^Itjhadito j»ct ogastnni:e,t;nnrlJit'to6k'four;to;briiig,him.tof'1 obF6'emi'lnngwttR:o;'£3'or'<2 month's in gaoli i with hard~lifbotir; and for resisting the poli'cejJMna^ .without, btho option bf a fiao. I >. ^

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OPEN COLUMN. TRESPASS ACTIONS. TO THE ELITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

OPEN COLUMN. TRESPASS ACTIONS. TO 'PUB' ]53> I TOIl. Sib,-Prom what you must have seen and luiiird as, :a jjub]io jotirhalist, you will,: I thinks incline to do mora than agree with uin that it is high time th« press and the public took into consideration the many hit ter' feelings and iuinousfoonsequonces unused by .aotions and cross actions for trespass, now so< common, at our distrioc cduris, iu order to find what ought, to be fouiid long ago-a partial roVnedy for this-shauiolul strtte of things. I nai no advocate for tres, .passers; on tho contrary, I consider the man >vho allows his cattle to ; wander about the country should bo made pay for all damage done by thum ; neither, am I.writing from iutBivsiod. motives. But, hs. tlio law now stands, any man, without notice, can sue'his neighbour and recover damages for trespass done-or well sworn to be done 6 years ago, , Now, if all land owners were alike fond of going to low, how few of us would bo safe ? And suppo...

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The Licensing Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

Uj:.Afinj;Wi ,Licensinff'Bill. ? i~~? .. . A n.-importaut; public., mcQtiug, .having fflrJ i ts: olrj aatilSoli beratio'nAU*^ ppjidicemsi; ijbhe~tompova^cojs^«!ej(i§9^9^tt^)^)irpjo8e2of.'.' idiBbassing^OHrtnin'oliuaesioftjtheibill,' WitlKa: sV{ewitd\endeavouwt()Vhav4Valte^attoD^?nj«fl¥s|i

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Shvlock "Had." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

IS^^^^StivloiBfc^Hadjl&^StM^S1?] gold, which ho offered.-to anil the Jew fur the sum of £40. After submitting 'he gold to iho aqua fortis te'st, weighing it and care fullv oxtimining each nuggeV lie oflbri d £'20 for it, " I vmld not ink ; a email Bum for if, ns it i'r wintli moro than £'10 leplied ih« supposed digger, " I could not aflofd t» giro you any rnoi o, os my profit is sp very email/' ' Ycrv good ' j O'urned the owner oi the cold',' "I will try ftiil ac-U it to somouno els©," and taking jup the box be wulk< d towards the dour sull cuvureing with the ,J'«w. Meanwhile he hud transfer! ed the box to one of the poi'ltn.'a of his j<r.-a' oonf, nnd look nn exactly similar one frcm'the oilier pocket ut»>oon by, Bhyluck; t)ii-n turning buck ho pi cudtlio b "X ou the com tjr stating that as he wan ed iho miinuyiit oiioo ho Would accept his oll^r of £20 adding that ho had plenty more where that camo from. The Jew paid him the money mrl he left the es...

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A Mischievous Amusement. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

[j » i A tMischievous Amusement. . ; yesterdays'-as : Ibu city ; surveyor was .engaged in taking levejs about the neigh bourhood of,JMr/'Jncob'o; ho laid thu ra;> nnd rings belonging to tlio lof>s of the ^ level doirn whilst nt liis tlmsirnss Not! uioro . ijiun a few; ; miuutik^; h«d -el«paed-»rwben the - geutlomau went , .far llxe: rings audi cap .tojputji them on, but they ? were gone, and ouquiries-faHed to obtain auy. informntion hs to who bad talceo thom owny. fAss tli« articles in; question .would if lost: serjuubly int'diivouionce the Ihurvoyor, whilst on ^the other hnnd they could mSt be of Mm sliphtust use to nny uthor person', it'is to be 'hoped that the party . who-picked*thorn up will have thetn returned to thei,owner immediately. r

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Mr. John Tebbutt. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

, :J ?; Mr;; Jqhn_ Tebbutt. j Thefollowine is talcen,from, the " Oumbeiv land1 Meroury,"* of-Saturdnylnst:-In-con?, ,sii3eration| ofvl;is isuooesH as a studi-nt of astronomio^r 8niende",~Mr. [J?obbutt,"6f ;WindT. snr,-:lia8,,:in'tho;name of Oomto do '-Sftrtifcflev Eonv-'Proaident/ ,M. Leon da Rosnyj iPreair 'denti 'uiid^thelGeniral Gouaoil- ofthe.Etbnn,. graphical'Institute1 of Parisi 'boon;requested to accept i,the nppointniprit of' corresponding< .member to that)inatilutinn.ii.Tho inatitntion, DB:it8 nnm*B implies,, wnsfoundadfor the pur pose principally ofjcolleoting .information ro ;ep lclin'g.'the 'oustom8,:ir<luiouy; &o., |of the peoplojof tlio oarili.; . ThG^firit of its alalutos, iioweverjTdoolares.that its jobjeot is to facili tate intercourse' between*savants and learned sooietiospboth French nndforeign^'in mnttnrs 'oonnectedwwjth' science,/liternture,! and' thoi fineiflrtsifi'ltfcomprisesnt^prosont; about 700 mum bGra;!8cnttorod'ovor.itlio.&g...

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The Sick. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

The Sick. , , r (Wo hfiye been informed that the young liuijponloD, wjiii wits wounded in the eye at af ^ttllnby drive lust woek", is at vpresent w^'qul; paiu. Jmtnp the condition of the eye, there is. not yet any ohaug<* ~for the betier. All the doctors have sum the lnd and examiuei the injured oyo, but. the abut has not yet been extractedfrom'tho'v"boy's, noBe, where it is^supposod to he einbeddt d, afl^tbjB condition pirtiie eye ia such.as that the medioal gerifclemcn do not:,wish to.operate, upon it at preusut.-A very bad oune of typhoid-fever, waa.-adujitted,to ;.the ..Hospital .onMondayevoning. . The.pHtient is Samuel Spenre, of Spring Yalley, two brothers of ^homj'have'jbut 'latolyvrecuver^d iruin' the . *aa|h&sijc|tne^|Hb;is only15 years oi agiv «nd ip, woJ,,.bidieve> vory,\Voaj£^,,an(i a rather unsuitable subject, fur suoh a wearing com plaint.-Thero is^alst) a suse of .ophthalmia in the institUtipn 5^jtlie.;, su6^.i:er. :i8j':fr()'in Orookwell, and. i...

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A New Swindle. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

\ ' f 'fllrl J A New Swindle. . . ? i'ViTho. <Temora .-Herald* relntos" that jMr, .Hingins,.of..tho Afbuty Rostaurant, L'jwor Land, met.with a quoer, customer tho. other, night; .' A man presented himself about dufcilr and roquired accommodation, stating! at the same:time,that he had"been prospecting.at a distance.- A, leathorOb'ag was 'displayed, and this was wide enough * to, allow a peep: at the contents. :: Gold was' visible, and the potsnt metal ;;placed--tho traveller-in high, estimation7 with, host and ' hostess. (After .imbibing-sundry ho';.tlos.ofAlliury'wine and shouting vigorously,.ouriliHro.;wont to bod, _l)ut arose'early in the>tuorning-too early for Mr;/ Higgins 'as events" proved.- -He, the travoller,j)was 'in liurryj'and wished' 'to mnlrei>'!somo",' .purchasesbefore _the;r banlr< opened Wouldi Mrs.-ii. Higgins . kindly oblige him with a; few. pounds." The ier questiwas promptly'apfl.eded to.* 'It isi noed lessi-.to say/tl}.at$/Mra. HigginS...

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

MASS WILL BR CELEBRATED. AT A GOULBUKN DISXBIOT. v j'V . SUNDAY. August 21,-Grabber) Gullet)-Collector-Marulan August 28.--'Taralga- Boro- Uunuoni# * September 4.-Grabbcn Gullon-Spring Volley-^ Breadalbanc, , , ? ;/ ; , YASS MISSION. , #_.B5DBloDg, SiiDduy, August 21 Gunning, Suuday, August 28. ' t'i.'J ' .' . CONFIRMATION. . ; ! Wagg# Wagga ..August 28 : Hay ..,, Septembor 4 ; Y'i'lJ1 v'DeoiliqutnSeptember. 1I' Albury,,,, , September 18 , Ailelong September 25 j 6ii 'ij'-Tumut . ,;Ootaber 2 i { .. " Tempra.V....................October 10 , tMi:'i.ii.'Grenfoll '...V.. ,i,. ., October 14 ; ovri ? «<:!Qoulagong ...........v.Octuboi'..16 '>-? Burrowa '.October 23 j , . X'rogmore,. .Ootuber 2fi ? ,»l- ii....;Yuss ,.0ctuber'30 > BIoss Prosbytory Ten Mile, Se >tember 21, . < .Hi i^jBless Church at.Temora, October 9 ,; : BIosb Clmrcb at Goolagong. October 10; j ,vi| iBless Ohurch atGundaroo, Sunday, Novombrr 18, .fi> ' _? ? ? ???

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

li/stavi HTO6U a-; GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, AUUUliS ifc HRADLICY STREETS, <K05Jfi,ES£JjiSftT, PDROI1 ASUS all kiuda of FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. at HIGHEST CASH P11 ICRS ; Mud SKLLS at LOWEST REMUNERA TIVE 14 a TICS. p- Give Mim a Call. UlBSmOSS jlKHOIlHCCIUC'Ut. BARB! AND DAVIS HAVE much pli'HHuru in informlm; the iiihubi Inula ol (ioulliurn and dielrict and tbu public generally thui tliey havo PURCHASED THE BUSINESS recently conducted by Mil. 11. 0, PRATT, m Wholesale Produce Meiehant, And in eolicitjng 11 continuance of the custom which their predecessor received, they beg _ to draw attention to the (not that in utl transactions their 'TERMS will h« (ound to Compare Favourably with any in the Market. (53° Wholesale Customers liberally dealt with. BARIIY & DAVIS, Produce Merchants, Slouua-aireet, Goulburn. IN thanking tbo publio of Goulburn ond the district eurroundiug for I ho generous support they bitve extcudud to uic during the Inst sixteen yearn, 1 foul grea...

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WEEKLY CALENDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

.av-v ¥. i)«y of"; ?\Veok." SOND AY.' V i Monday .Tuesday., .v; AVodnosdny, Thursday, Friday;. ;;'v Saturday ,v; Day or; Month. . Auk.'H* ",15; ,:..r 10 v 17 ?10 19: ''20, i-0.42'd ,10:41 . ,G,30". ' 6 38 3 G.37 1 ???G:'30' ?v0';36ri ,??5.28 : 6 28 5 29.,. 6 30 " ' 5'31 . ."C'31- : .;.,5 32 ' ? ' i MOON'S PHASE. ,"f. j .List Quarter, August;17tb, 3;2 a.m. J

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COMMERCIAL. Sydney, Monday. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

(w; . COMMERCIAL.' | =' urr.O: ixhu 11 ' i ^ ' V r _ Sydney; Monday. FARM PRODUCE. . . .fcunr.-Jilihe Darling Harbour railway-terminus, this morning, there was; a short supply ! of .*"' forage and prodceii'forward from the various intermediate, stations^ along-the western ; and ij^Boutliern lin?s,.:; The market was fairly, at .M-;.tended/ and' prices: consequently were bet;?)*. X;1'Oat»n hay, in bale, 5/ ; in trues,.4/2 to 4/6 ; l,;.V" and in bundles, 4/4 to 4/10 per cwt. Lucerne liay, in truss, small supply at 3/-per; owt; ».'. oaten ohaff, in bale, J/3 to 4/9 ; mixed' do, .l/ 'i 3/-> i per- owt; straw, in . bale, .good' olean samples, 2/2 to 2/8 : in bundles, 2/5; to 2/11 per'owt ; wheaton and 'oaten sheaves, 3/ ; ,,l jpotatoes, from 2/11 to 3/7 por cwt,,,bags inclusive. ' j On!th'e wharves prime; green lucerne; is J R'h selling at £3 5/-to £3 10/; do old'hay, '£2 15/- to £3 per ton. Mnize',' firmer; at 3f- to "" ,3/3 per bushel; ,Oiroular Head potatoes, !£4 : jty,-;tp;)£4 10/;...

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A Juvenile House-Breaker. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 August 1881

. '' , . A Juvenile,- HouserBreaker. t ; AtJthe Newoastle police; court, ou: Batur-' dajji.Georgs'Ball, aged fourteen, nrrosted by.constable Porter; was charged with having ..broken into the shop of lira. Ellon Huberts,'; at tho. Junction,: on the 12ib insiani,: and stealing 2s. from.' tho; till.' The evidence 'she,wed that he watohed -Mrs. lloboria L>nvt>, aiici"was 'seen by n Mrs.'Rowluuds eauupe from tho 'sitting-room window, which' was -cautiously closed, and the . money subae . quently .missi3d..',;,'HHL.\v«8 further oharged wilh haviptri on UIie 5th instant,; broken into the house'and'stolen ;five''-£rnotes ,from a drawer. On his way f'o the . lookup on (ho previous charge,-ho; voluntarily made 'a full confeasion of theJarger robbery, and detailed how he had* disposed-of the' money-spend ing £2 in cigars; '-pipes, '&c.y and. losing £3 on his way.' home.' one ' night.: -.For? .tjiia; offonoe he was committed for trinl lit the Mailland Quarter.iSessions,,;ibail: al...

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