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Our Railways and the Public Convenience. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880

Our Railways and the Public Convenience. One important item to be placed to the credit of our colonial debt Is some four millions of money which the 600 miles of Government railways we possess have cose as a speculation ior direct pro fits these railways do not pay and the reason for this is that pur colonial policy has been to look rather to the indirect gain in opening up the country and providing facilities for transit than to a direct profit. This view is a most reasonable one and the result has been much better secured by the railways in the hands of the Government than, it could have been had they be private property. -At the same time it must be admitted that if the lines are worked at the cost of the' taxpayers they have the greater claim to all reasonable facilities so long as the revenue is not seriously injured. It is an unfortunate, though generally admitted fact, that the Government can do nothing as cheaply as it can be done by private enterprise. All seem to think the...

Publication Title: Burra Record
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880

NEW STOCK NOW READY. ? o III Mowers, * t f e a « Rakes « || Iff Pony Reapers. 1 * I « 9 « ? -« 5 ^raa^S^H0 ^aV^B ^alf^ ^aaT* a^^^sa\ ^BaBP ^BaCa^ 'aE^^ 'sa^^sa ^BSPJ ^ J3KbL Xi Jji JLai %^ Jttw X» JcCrtJSSi.P ADEDAIDE, KAPUNDA and JAMESTOWN. 68- W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINGA. A LARGE STOCK CF ENGLISH AlsD COICKIAIi MADE BOOTS AND SHOS ALWAYS ON HAND. ? a T&1DX SCPPIXED AT MODKRATB PRICES. BZP^IBS ifKATLT EXECUTEJ). Okbebs Pbouftxy Attkhdxd xo. Jum, received: a Ldtrge Stock of LADIES' LASTING BOOrS^Lataet-Style. *%» ? ' ? HsEai .^^bV HIArr sm^^B ™^aa^^™ ^aa^9 ^aV Qv ^*aV ^*aV . ^aT^lv ?a^~ aC^Ba J2H ^a^jpr ^sa_ ^Ba^v ^e^bW aawSM «*fS^sa» ?dBaflta ?utE^b# ^b ' ? ; ? i. . . . W. H. BATCHELOR, FAMPSHTBfe HOUSE, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA Has on hand a Large Assortment of Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Jewel Cases, Dressing Cases, *Cari3L Cases, - Cigar Cases. a ^ ? Also an Immense Stock of JPaints, Window Glass, I-aper-Iiangings,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

CAUTION. Atfhelijcal Court, Edithlmrph, on TSor. 29, Julius Schaecbe, of E-?ithbar£b, ?carpenter, tea ordered lo pay damages £5 ha. and all sosts for infringement «f patent by imitating the Star Wathing Machine, mgkicg the -same of wood. A. FISCHER'S PATEST Star Washing Machine, First Prix' *»f £3 at BblakldFa Show. THi MCSI USEFUL MACHIKE EVBE JNVJENTliD. .Testimonials from all parts of the Colony. Directions for use on application. A. FISCHER'S PATEN! Circulating Rue Boiler. lSg.1.65,. ^__J3~! TCt-- .jyT Strainers Boils in far less time, with Ites fuel, than any other. MANUFACTORY, O'COXNELL ST., KORTII ADELAIDE. AtSO, CRADLE WASHING MACHINES, Similar to Perfect Core cr Walter & Echberg'e P- ice £3 5e. WRINQ&RS, 10 ip^ 32a. 6 ---, 11 m, 38'.; 12 , 45?. MA&QLKS- fr From £4 »o £8 10a. SEWING MACniKES. A number of different nialtof. Terms.— 5 per cent, discount cash with order, 2J per c-.nt., discount cash on receipt of go- ds. Reference required for credit ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

NEW STOCK NOW READY. ? 0 ?? J ig 'O 2 *3 I § I Mowers, £ s ! il% Rakes - « 1 1 111 Pony Reapers. | ft i 5 5 5 c 5 ADEDAIDE, KAPUNDA snd JAME3I0WN. 68- W^ AND ERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINCA. i. LABCE STOCK OF F.XGLISH ASD COICKTAIi MADE BOOTS AND SHOS ALWAYS ON HAND. ? » Teabe Sctpued at Modebate Pbices. Bif^Tas Neatly Executed. Ovdees Peomptly Attended to. fusv received a Lsu-ge Stock of LADIES' LASTING BOOTS, Latest Style. F.^Lisrc/'sr b.a.2s.^..a.:r,,. W. H. BATCHEL(JE, ETAMPSHIRE HOUSE, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORIXGA Has on hand a Large Assortment of Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Jewel Cases, Dressing Cases, Card Cases, Cigar Cases. ? o ? Abo an Immense Stock of Paints, Window Glass, Paper-hangings, Brushware Ironmongery, etc., etc, 33. W .A. X& NT 3ES 3E& 9 HOUSE AND COACH-PAINTER, GRAINER, PAPERHANGER, GLAZIER, SIGNWRITER, &c. (Next to Primitive Chapel,) Ceilings- and, Rooms Colored, Cart and Coffin Plates written ...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

Barra Corporation. MOKDAT, JaSCAEIIO. Present — Uis Worabip the Mayor, (;Ui. Pi. Lane, J.P ), Councillor* BaiO^eior, iiid^truj Duu«iun, oud Eiohardtou. MlK1TI£S- The mmutefl of Un meeung were read and' cot firmed. EBBOBTSi The Mayor reported that he hadi with toite o( th« (JouncHljra waited as a deputation t-u tha Gumniissioner. Mr. S. Seea had jicoam— oanied them. Tb.y had called at Mr. Boacgerell'* offliie but he was not in. 1W Commiuioner had favorably reoerped them and' hal pointed out ih«t though then m nu precedent for a «peeial vote to be apei.t withiu a Corporate town yet the fast they brought nut that they should bare had the sum of £100) they had rx -ended on the bridge approaonu inoiined him to therequest. lie would obtain a report from the Road B »ard Sucveror, Ti-e Town Clerk's aud 0/meer's reparti were reid and adopted* The baUnre 6lieet»- sicned by. the Auditors' were presented and ordered to be adveruteX in the Record for publio iaformatioa. Tbe Ia»pector'« report* w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

Pure, Sparkling, and Wholesome PALE, DARK & XXX ALB & WRTEIU In Bulk and Bottle. G. H. CATCHLOTE & CO, Hot JVeatlier is CommgiTT rw i r' ? ' ? ' I °iiiy'' - Dnnk Lemon Syrup, Prppenn«rt» - „„*««* 4.1— v^-4. Wove, Ginger Brandy and vtine, g&a piM«»u wlO OeSb UmcJuJoe, Kawberry Vinegar Bitten, itufiune, SMsapariUSt-ste. aflm+^d 'Water Cordials and .fflmiea^awst ZeT. i.xaa:oxr ^Bi'fito^sr, WANUFACIUttttBS, K.O0IUWOA and YOHGAl*. -± .. Assorted eases pat up. v a, PRIZE WINNOWERS 1 PRIZE WWIIOWERSH TO SAVE LAB0B 18 TO 8AV£ K0HEY. JAMES WHEATLEY, MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Begs to inform the Fanners of the Colony that last aeason be bad to DECLINE WO LES3 THAN 57 ORDERS for his CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES} In con:eqoence of aum orders being kept back ao bng.i Aa there i* every prospect of . good fcarvert d.jb eawon. J. W. taJliffi ™th™? Mquirina his Meohiws (the advantages of which are too well fcpown to need diiatiDg out the expediency of SEW DUNG IN thei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

A 2J.PEH FOR THE BURR4. AND TEE NQRT&'E4$T. BUa&A, PaiO.VK, JANOASY 23, isao.

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District Councils. HALLETT. MONDAY, JANUARY 1[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

District Councils. HALLKTT. Mawiut. JaKVABT 12. Present— OounoiUors I-anatan (Obahrman), 'Win laor, Worrell, Mil*, Turner and Simmona. ftlumteaof last meeting read -»;* ««***?? ^- ? _.._i.w-i anorl from M. U. AdOISOn. Crown Lands Offloe, Hortnemsiaga vo- —a Bubecriptionl'at from Central OommiHeeof Insh Keiief Fund. Resolved that tenders be oalled frr contnmta Bo. S3 and S3. Mr. J. Dunitan wu allowed to dose water reserve at applied for i proriaiDg aoowa be given to the pabhoat any time. The balance-sheet for the *« months ending IX-wmber SI being read s re solved ibat tbe same be adopted. The auditora too were fired at one Hnd a half lEoinea each *-rfaeb audit. Tlw Wp*«or sported con fr.ct N--. saaaaatMfaoio.ilycompl^d. The iKMirs fixed for srubble burning within tne dittriot are from S to 10 p m, eommencras fro* ib. l*t F.bruarv. The Clerk t* write to Uorth ttiaiani Ro-d »-»-«* ?**»« *£ »-*oof roller and Commissioner of PubUo Worta r» ^ost Telegraph and Polos Stations. Theln ?pect....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

Mollowat/'s (Hutment and Pill*— Diseases of tbe most iormidable and chronic characters have been cured by Holloway's remedies. Uloeratioos which have proved themselves incurable by any other known means have healed kindiy under tbe purifying and regen erating influence ii tbi6 excellent Ointment. Sprain?, stiff joints, eontraeted muscles, add glandular ewelliogs can be most safely and effectually healed by HoHewsy's Ointment and Fills, which can do no harm nrder any cir cumstances. Neither of these medicaments has anything deleterious in its composition ; loth are essentially purifying and strengthening in their nature. The combined power of these noble remedies- enables them successfully to cope with most descriptions of impurities, and to cure, or at least relieve, most varieties of diseases. Impounding Notices. MINTAEO, George McLeish Poundkeeper. —One bay horse, branded like K over J VF near shoulder, four black point*, shod all ronnd ; one brown cob, white bloss down face, bran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

BTTSrHTESS DIB.ECTOB.Y. 10 j. per quarter, 2a. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LCSTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa. OOLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa. BAKER. P. GEBITABDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. 3 . ROACH, Burr* Mill. INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT.— A. H. Foeder. COIX5NIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holder. IMPORTERS. DLIEW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. X* .A. XC. 3ME fiS. ArpiL.4. pQ-t ACRFS K^own as SULLIVAN'S \)O J_ a firp ♦-cIihu Farm in good heart, all jiiouglirb'e a 'arpe portion has been cropped only once. Plenty wafer. r^Q ACRES, cIomj to ihe Townihip, *J*J—J we'.I improved, plenty of Wa'er. BEL A LIE. 1 AOA ACBES- 3a0 *crr* 9-oog*»abl« J-U/wU remainder Sprnrfid Grazing Land. LACK BOCK. /»*??/* ACBES, adjoining Pfkina, one of tho ' * ? U Most Convenient Farms in the 2fortb, en 1 Good Lan^. r JO ACRE3, capitally improved. Fire v^tO. i^nrf...

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STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

8TOCK REPORT,. All the stock mentioned in list report have saeaed down with the excep'''n of 347 fot ?at tie from BuHo'- Eiawna, Q itenslsiid, in ibaroe Mr. C. J. Chaiker, (ha bJinj? the last moo or ine seasou iiituueb mw oarrier Siung-'B, the tract bring now impraittieable. There hav alao paagpd on the other track 164 mixed catila from Mount Howitt, Cooper* Cr»k, Q'tepnsland for Adelaide, ownete O*3hanaa*$ & O'Donnell; asd 191 oatt^e'froin Blanche water for Adelaide, owaera Belt na Pastoral Cj*c, and there are on the road down a draft of £-t from Mr. Collec'e Inamincka Saiion ; and 334. fat %ultocke from C-xrngv Lake, Cooper* Creek, Queensland, owner M--. Ge^. B. Armstrong ana in c-'iarge Mr. G. H. Loxton. The imp^r^e by »»v of Thadtetinga and Inamineka 'or the »ix (6) months endjr.p 31»t December 1879 have bt«n 70,959 «hepp, 12,743 cattle and 560 nor*** ; a« regards fattb by far exceeding in numb r tie import* by these route* of any pwvi: na eix (6) month'. The exporta for...

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COMMERCIAL. BURRA PRODUCE MARKETS. Burra Record Office, January 23, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

COMMERCIAL. BFBBi. Pfi;3Dl]r E MABKET3. Jiurra Record OiBv, January 23, 1830. £ e. d. £ ?. d. Flour, pr» ton .„ J W O to 1O ft O D\ per b«g ... 1 S 0 0 0 0 Wheat, per bush. 0 3 9 O 3 10 Bran, „ ...0 1 3 per ton 1 1 O Pollard „ ... 0 1 4 ISO Oats, „ ... O 4 O to O 4 O Potatoes, perowt. O8ft 890 Bread, 4 lb. loat ... 0 0 7 0 0 0 Butter, perl-*. .^OlO U 1 4 Bioonand QamperlbO 10 0 1 6 Mu*too,perlb. ... 0 0ft 003* Cheese, ptr lh. ... ft 1 e 0 0 0 E?g»,^-erd z. ... 0 0 8. 0 0 0 [Ivr, per ton- .„ 8 O a 3 10 0 Chaff, „ ... 4 10 O 5 0 0 Milk, per qqart ...0 0© 0 0 0

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An Extraordinary Quack. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

An Extraordinary Quack. (From the Britith Medtecd Journal.) a singular account oi me aomga ot a female charlatan, etyling herself Madame Knault, who has been making a great stir in Birkenhead, has been forwarded to u*. 1 is alleged that Madame Enault. who has been in Borne, where her father is a physician, has studied medicine in Paris, [tal. and Bdgiuni, and possesses the medical iiplomas of these countries. She has, it u an aou '-ced, prai Used in Borne for eighteen years ; tnd -^opting the somewhat remarkable role of i fe '« Dulcamara, has travelled throughout * France, Austro*HBi)gary, snd tne southern parts oi America, reaping, wo are told, both prdite snd profit by her labor*. It mar, who ever, be notfld that, in her foreign travels, tie lady was aooompanied by her husband and by a u Dr. Paul Dufl it ;' tbe later is now with her in England, and, the same aoooi»t informs us, baa os several occasions proved himself «s ei oolleut substitute for Madame Snnulr, when ebe wai uidisna...

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Remarkable Escape of a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

Remarkable Escape of a Horse. ' By tbe T&nnanwn Main Line train on Thnrsday night, the 25th ult-, Mr. Isaacs, oi Bingarooma, states the Launeetton Examiner ' left Launce*ston for Campbell Town, takinc with him his saddled horse, which he put in the bone van, but without taking the precau tion to tie the animal. Upon reaching Evmdale tbe guard,- upon going round the train, discovered that tbe door of tbe the horse box had been broken open, and that the animal bad disappeared. He informed the owner, who was in one of tbe seoond-oiass carriages, of the fiwt, and also telegraphed the information to the Lmnoeton terminus. Mr. Isaacs gave up all hope of seeing the horse alive again, but as the saddle, bridle, &%, on the animal were valuable, decided to walk back along the line to try and recover them, and at the same time a party left the Launceston station to remove the carcase of the horse fi om the line. Judge, however, of the surprise of tbe to wn party when they found...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondents) HALLETT, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondenrs.) IlALLETT, Jsnuary 21. a uiwuug ?« iieiu ai me insii*-uie sere or: Monday uigtit JaH, to take into oonsider&ttoii tbe heit means of raising a subscription ia aid Of thtj Sll£fcrflrS from f»tnine in Ti--l.anr) Ihara was a gnjd attendano ? of towns people when * Committee was formed, and I hope they will be sucoessfall and send a good round sum from the 3i»lrict. Mr. B. Preece has sold bis oommodioaa blupssinith shop to one of his old employe**, »nd returned to bis well kuowa premises in Aberdeen. Ttie residents are wondering bsoanse of tbe sulpoble indifiVre ice of the Government with reference to tbe long talked of Sew Police Locknp, for the township as tbe present mode t-l police discipline is I think a little toaaevere. I'he weather f.r the last few days has been rxeeediiigty oppressive and unpleasant, caused by the hot winds and du-t.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

General News. The bushrangers Sc*tt and Bogan, were executed on Tuesday morning. The majority of the citirns of Adelaide, after a poll was taken, was in favor of a three ucuuj row wuwu ujbbus rciigubxu^ bun uiiy with gas. Tbe annual meeting of the U.A.O. of Druids was held at the Duke of Brunswick Lodgeroon., on January 15. Tbe seventh annual Wesleyan Conference commenced its sittings on Tue day evening in Firie-Btreet Church. On Saturday no less than 120 tracks laden with grain, were dispatched to Port Puie from Gladstone alone. The Hamley Bridge Eoilway is opened and is being well patronised. Tbeoelebrated French barns er and statesman Jules Fav» i« believed to be dying. Some ill diiposed person* have been damage ing the newspapers at the Adelaide Institute and some of the magazine* are misting, a reward is offered for the discovery of tbe cfiendere. A aum of £5000 has been sent to the Lord Mayor of Dublin from Sew South Wales. Same of the heaviest floods known have occurred in Qu...

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S. Mary's, The Burra. OPENING OF THE NEW CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

S. Mary's, The Burra. OPENING OF THE SEW CUUBCH. For some yeara past it bu been very generally lek that the building uted tor churdi pnrpoae* by tbe Anglioan oongregati' n in Burra wu not at all such as the posiion and imporrancd of tn« body dmnancted, and at ob time steps were taken for the erection of a new church at Bedrutb bat tbe struo ure did not rne far above the foundations. The pr- j -ct was, however, revived about three years ago, aud a very central site having ben obtained on the main road j-in;u^ Storing* with Rrdruth and Ab^rd.en, pl«ns were drawn, and subscriptions ool looted and after 4 time tbe building oomrnencid. The architect who not only deeuned but suoerrtged the erection ( f tbe cl.uroh warn J£r. UaoLagsn and bis finished work doe* great credit to hvn «? well a« to the contwe'ors Messrs. Ssra & Dunstan of this town who lately built the Public Seli&o1, and am now engaged on the O.nd*ioae Usol eon trarrf. Tne bailiing is not placed 'ith its front ...

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Midland Road Board. RIVERTON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

MidlaDd Boad Board. BmmoB, Tussdat, Jaku&bt zo. Praaent ? U. l\ Mows, teq., -i^y ^Utiair »»an), Meser*. K--Hy, Bowden, Kitlieoat and Lewi* Oommwsirners. Mr. Duffy, Surveyor, and Mr. Bnead, Secretary. W40 V *«. The minatca of laat rowing were read and poi-firmed. COBBBSKOTKNCB. 1. From H»u»on District Council, asking to be informed a» to amount expended oh the Parrel*'* Flat and Stone Uut and Fdrrell's lOat aod Clare road*. Reoeived. The Chairman characterising the reo/iest as impertinent. 2. From W. M. Bttcbie, asking for two weeks txKns'wn of time on bb oontraot near Hoy lelon, he not having been able to get men. To be considered ou completion of work. 3. From Tho ies Williams, asking for ex tension of lime on ooutract near Kudunds, on account scarcity of hand*. To be considered on completion o^ contract. 4. From Comimwiouer Public Work?, in refciouitt to nquett of the deputation which wailed on Jiim «_n January 9, asking that a dttiigeiou* piece oi road in K.o- ringa oppos...

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Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

Cricket Notes. Aas mam unimi oetween tne ourra and True Blue Clubs will take plsoa on the ground near tbe Brewerv. Tbe following are the names of t-he re»peoriva teat* ?— J. Walker, J. ueroerr,*. jjieber, fcr. Butterworth (Uapt.j, W. Cobb, T. r. Shortridge, W. H. Bosmani, S. Burns, McQueary, J. Hoiking. Emergenov, F. Sandland, Fenn, W. Brune and BloiV. True Blues:— A. Ogilria (Capt.), J. BJotf. G. P*rks, W. Morgan, J. Biehards, P. Oarey, J. Byan, H. Parr, J. White. F. Sleep, F. Ker, W. Loutit, F. Bmsp, J. Kennedy, J. Sael), M. Babbiob, M. Campbell, W. Hoele. Emer gency, J. SBundew, G. Ker. B. Argup, T. Bock. The following fifteen will pley against the Australian Eleven in Sydney to-morrow :— Allen, A.BinnermaD, Bullen, Coates, D^vis, Evans, Garretr, D. Gregorj-, Graiy, Mason, «8*sie, Powell, Sheridan, Tliompsoa and Tindali. T»e oup matches in Adelaide to-morrow are North Adelaide v. NorwooJ, and South AdVLHe v Sooth Australians. The Adttriiser says some peoplefare under cite impreec...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

Magistrates' Court Bedruth. Fbidit, Ja«pabt 16. Before Mr. J. D. Cave, J P T Michael JlfatUoy wss brought up, on remand, charged with stalling a black mare, from Mt. Gipps, the property of ? German ♦ hariie.' Charles Jamees deposed to having purchsf ed tbe msre he bad seen ia the police yard from the prisoner in tbe Burn, abont four weeks ago ; he produced the receipt given to h;m by prisoner. Would swear it was the samn mare. Witne* s was cross-examined by Mr. Packard, who sotrd fir prisoner, with a view to prove that she was not the some beast as c'weribed in the Police Oasette, and tbe court adjourned to rximine the animal. Michael Curtain, po.ioe constable at Bedruth, deposed to prisoner's arrest. He asked for a remand, as -t took a long time to communicate with the owner of j the bone. Prisoner wss remanded for eigbJ days. *o bail allowed.

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