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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, September 20. (Before J.K. Trainor, Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

KIL IORIE POLICE COUiRT. , Thursday, September 20.'. (Before J.K .Trdcinor, Esq; J..): '----oo- - Garret Le andl Williaun IHalloran charged with doing wilful injury to private property, were each finedls and s 4Gd costs.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

NOTICE 'he :nnr'Frr for .iilripticn to the Free Frees ;il enirmence rn t}"2 2Z-d MTarch, 23rd June, 23rd Septemher, end 23-d December. Prreons Cannot witdreaw their narne- tram tie roll of Subaeirere rwi'oct pscyrg sp to ;tr}'ecr ctf the current q'iarter Niew eUhtc:it.er can le enrn.%ed it arv tikre hvy y lega euh crinttciuu prcpo':icnatc to tho peaio3 in the qusrter rP'Tr.imi g u:(ctdLirert. Adrcesit.ni-n'S ie-. ire! for eauch isene up t. twn p.m.on th dnt p'ev -ue to:cuh!icttinr. E cah a4 rrtuirn~crt e! cLld bear upon the manutctipt the aumber of rat'-r::cr e rc ;wire '. liVa'n no ics'ruc i ens are seCt in rrefrerce to the cumber of ireerti cs, the adverti tei.et wifl be ccr.tinurd uztii'ennntermsnd&t or date emiire, Ffi rethrgvei eIcc :r hitgly. Notice to witludrewy an rdvrli~ez en: dtlliU: te given in writirng. All orders to n't r cc dieoo'tit ur rdr rt~eemente maut be made in w i irg, ai:d fr. wsrdd to the ofce be'o'e cix p.m. cn the Tu edey of each vftk. .Lof hif prfes...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS. cee WANTED. W? AN lED iwo famale servants for Kelly's hotel, T KIn o ., as hoaisemaid and laundrees re'pec tively.--Apply at the Hotel. Scol THE SHEPRERD'S REEF GOLD MIN. ii" ING COMPANY, (REGISTERED) ac SIREEDY CREEK. `q IN Extraordinary General Meeting of the share. Ve 1. holders tf t', above CoinoaTy jatill le held at 'heir office in Kelly's hotel, Kilmore, on Saturday evening, the 7th Oct ber next, at 8 o'clcek, for the - tolloairgg.pu, p ats, viz-: - Iat. 1'o adopt a de d of a"s'ci.ti m.. 2nd. To rhct a Board of Directors, and transact gcnertL businiee. (.. y orde;)' ALFItil) SUGDEN, K re21st Spt., 186 Lgl Manager. PII(ENIX GOLD MINING COMPANY w ca (REGISTERED) 'REEDY CREEK. ."m SIIE Qia,t rly G-.ne.al Meeting of Shareholders 'u 1 in t to abhove Oompany, will be hell at the Al bon hotel, B aurke a reet, Malbourne, on Wtdnesday, a the 3rd O:tober, at 8'o'cl ck. p.m. tor he purpose of R?c.iving the Marnager's Report and Statemer.t of ad Acounte, for the Electiun o...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

ADVERTLEEMENTS. EOR SALE.. WASIE PAPER FOR SALE. at the Jre, Pres I HEREBY give notice that I iave applied to t iu fPrrideut of the Board of Land and Works, under the 42 d section of the L'neudiog Lana Act, 1865, for a license to reside on -r cultisate 40 acres ut isnc! ('n two ccntiguous bts) as per plan so companryirg the said application and hereunder de ecrib:d, th.. is to aty, c.unty of DJh.ousie, parish of GOdJie. To ba serveyed by Mr A. Deiaser, contract sur veyor. Dated lOih August 1866. 800 PATRICK KEADY I MATT HEW NOONAN, of Kdmore I. in the colony of Victoria, do hereby give notice that I lave bnplied to the President of the Board to Lan] and Works, under the 42nd section of the Amendsl g Lsnd Act. 1S65, for a lcense to reside on r cultivate 20 aceri of land in tha prish tf Ilylant, county of D.deousie, adjoiniog the Bo:auio Gardens, south side. Mr Deliser, Survey or. Dated 11th. Sept. 1866. 80o ALTTHE4 W NOONAN. T TILE uadrwiga..i hereby give notice that I am applying to...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.;. QUADRILLE ASSEMALY.--Ou Tuesday ev. eaing a Quadrille Assembly, was held at the Meehaanies' Hall, Albert street. An excel-, leat compaiiy took part in the dancing which was kept up till aboit 12.30 a.m. The'yearly meetingce of the Kilmore United Cricket Club was held at the Royal Oak . e~v Hotel on Tuesday evening (Mr Hlunt in thei; chair). The principal business was ;the re-- i bcetion of the Committee of the port. and the the number of patients to. electionme, a poor oldcers and. comwlmttee for th in ensickness, is syear. The following gentlemen; c were re-elected-to-the~-various, post ,vuiii- :- d r. liunt (President)}J. Mlaber. (Vice Prosr' dii oudent), P. ofHickey (reasurer), : Hunt (Hon atinstitution Ttiis inaris a ;,ery otd' rdi Seeand), withas desertes Suden, Griffin, ad D. to ,Wylie on the Committee. The club is in a as tolerably substantial destate, and it is proposed s. Abto commence the season with as scratch aa match at as earlyg-v a date as ssibl....

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (FROTiurnu.AnoUS CORuESPOYDENT.). S" SYD1BEY1 Tuesday. Messrs. Church BiotLers have stopped payment. The inquest on the female's remains found in Sussex street hasr been ': firther ad journed. Mr Tait's horses engaged in the Melbourne races left by steamer to-day. A.t a meeting.of the Anglican Church, the Bishop presiding, resolutions were carried to oppose the new Education Bill.' . In the Assembly, the Government stated that they donot intend. moving in the mat ter of the federation of the Australian-Colo nies. The Treasurer's Budget is anxiously looked for. Rumours are current that the Govern ment intend proposing a new scheme of taxation, or a mnitional bank of issue Arrived-Tinonee, from BLrisbaiie. Sailed.-Telegraph, for Brisbane, City. of. Melbourne, for Melbourne-'taking. supple mentary mail. ADELAIDE,` Tie?day. Tenders Lave been inviteolby the Govern iment fora-vessel of not more than 303 tons, to proceed to the Northern Territory. The eclipse of the ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. Mr Ambrose Ky te was on Tuesday elected for Richmond by a majority of 203 over - his j opponent, Mr George Coppin. Mr J. Sherwin met a large number of-the -ý electors of Wallan Wall- at. Strangeways I hotel on Monday evening, 24th inst., Mr W t II Budd in the chair. After the candidate had addressed the meeting at considerable length, it was proposed by IMr Steele, and seconded by Mr Barber, that he was s fit and proper person to represent them in the Legislative Council for the Southern Province. The resolution was carried unani mously. A serious accident occurred on Friday last, says the Kvneton Observer, to a miner - named John M'?Grath, working iii teie Alma Co's claim, Blue Mountain. Some stoppage happened to the cage which was being hauled up the shaft, and I,Grath descended the I se-ond' compartment of the shaft, which is now being used, to ascertain what was the 1 matter. When lie had reached nearly oppo- J site the spot where the cage was stuck, from...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

COM3[ERCIAL INfFLLIGE J E E1 LMOBE low.: F· *T, £. tr) pcr tin Wh~eat. G 61 p-r bu-he! Brn^, 1 91 do P~i:sc, ~2 01 do Albi.n oxI: quotes " fo11lows:- F- TIri' f6 Brt-i £.: 15, s to ?-!'&r l L14 dm Zrhest, G. n ,-a +,f rites! Gcor!' Hu 1.v. q ltr : Oa - .Cc:ýri"1. 5 n to Ss 1 per bushel Tlran.la 91 per bushel rlsrd, 23 31 per hoPhei Patt-,-. L6 ti 18 per ton. llty, 7«03 per cat C1"i v 7~ ier ea`. Br°DroO -From the BEndiEi Iadependrnt; es qgnt.t the U:lo-i-"g whole!'.- prices cutrent: FIo=:r Adielai-ie, £23 per ton ~ Coniel, £ 0 Ont.. £rloiert?ý 01 ren basnel fly, £9 to £10 per ton M1norie.z.-From the L erald we quota the fcl 0 "ni: Fl .u, Ad.-bde, £17 Wheat, Chilian, 63. Colonial, 6r.. to 6.. 63. Pot hi,, L5 to Lrver ton. Ka1e~'t, Li to I3 Straw, 1.4 to 1:5 153 IXgwIO-c.-The folio win: are the pries now ralirg a quoted by tl-e Kyneton GIGrlian : Flour, £18 04 per t-.n Wheat, 6s to 7' per bn2,hel Ova 4, to 49 31 per bushel ITEkTIICOTLE-l 'I YPIror Tine: quotes as follow F1inur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

I GE?TS FOR ITE "FEEL PRESS." -0 ---4- FE;S GORDON & GOTCH, of Oc lie? street S t, Ibourne, have beena ppointed Agents S?,DDLEON, WallJn Wallin, has been ? i'. c ent for this journal in that ciettic'. ..; G.- VDE. Broadford, has been svopDintd : r hi journal in the Broadford district -B.~. ,GISON, Linocfield B ad Station is ea ir.t?d to ree;ve monies on behalf of the - - Pr ?e" is the Lncefield and Romsey districts, Sh rec?ipt ~ill be ta uef:iett discharge from all KTHE KIORE FREE PRESS, PUBLISHED E[VRY THURSDAY MORNING ] Ab SYTDEY STREET, KILMORE. BEE terns for drvertisi g in the Kilmere Free Sprem are as under:- S TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. S-acetioa ef ten per cent will be made fur ,trse?iment oc.rdered for one month; twen'y per i t fcr two mctths; and thirty-three per a n' for Lre coths :--beyond which uims a special arrange e twe be wade. Th.e terr. of subscription to the Kilmore Free Press ,i be s 6d per quarter in town, and 7. 61 if posted th, at untry. SURG...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

Ejilmor re JFt« 43 PreLIsIhD THLRSDAY MOa~NI;G . IIUIRSDAY, SEPTEILBER 27, LbWJ. Ora Kilmore Borough Council is composed generally of a superior class of men. Their actions shine forth before their constituents in a manner whichevery- day make their re-election-should they seek the honor more certain. They are foremost in every good work, and not only are they foremost in seeing good works carried out, but they themselves are untiring in performing good deeds. A heavenly element pervades their actions, and a christian-like spirit moves them at all times to become an obstruction to the appropriating of sums of money for snek vile practices as racing-or rather for the improvement of the plsce where such sinful exercises are carried on. Oh no! their tender consciences could not brook the idea of overburthening, and if the heiaous crime of vuting money for a racecourse could be laid to the charge of those tender-minded and unstained individuals they would have to go on a pilgrimage duri...

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Tuesday Sept. 25. (Before A.M. M'Crae, Esq. P.M., and M. K. Beveridge, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

Tuesday. Sept. 25. ------0---- (Before A.M. M'Crae, Esq. P.M., and M. K. Beveridge, Esq., J.P.) Andrew Yates v Martin Dowd for as- sault. Defendant was discharged, prosecutor not appearing.   E & Maloney v T W Wellard, inter- pleader summons. Adjourned till Fri- day. Win. Simms v Jas. Thomas for assault ,Damages laid at £20..- Defendant was fine .20s;-and. 25. 6d.eosts. Same v Same for illegal detention of pro perty, value £10. Defendant was ordered to restore the property; or pay £16, less 203' for-rent due him with £2 5s Gd costs. P. Glover v T. Gent, .for £1 18Ss., goods 'sld. ,Verdict for - amotint, :-"and ' s 6d. costs. Win. Broml6nitr Johnc.Bheihan for being a dangerous lunaiti. Defendant was com mitted to Melbourne.

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CONCERT AT SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

CONCERT AT SEYMOUR. On Pridayevening last a concert was given in the Court-house, Seymour, by gentlemen resident in the neighborhood, for the purpose of augmenting the funds of the Kilmore Hospital, which at the present time are not in a very flourishing state. We bel:eve this is the first concert ever given in Seymour by local amateurs, and their efTorti cannot but be appreciated by all who have the interests of charitable and philantrophie institutions at heart, a, they were by the people of the entire dis trict of Seymour, n ho came forward inl ? spontaneous a manner as must'eall forth the good will ald admiration of those more im- g mediately c.,iaccted with the working of q our local hospital. Despite the influence of c some of the long-faced fraternity-whose religion shines forth at all tiutns in their counterances-it umatters. not whether there is any in their actions-the affair was a decided success, and it speaks volumes for the people of Seymour, who have shown 1 clearly t...

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MOREEN:—A LOVE LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 October 1866

X.OREEN:-A LOVB LAMENT. Br J. C. Iaoai. [We have b.en furnished with the manu. seript of the following by a gentleman resi dent in Kilmore. Not having seen it in print before we give it for the perusal of our readers.] My love, and once my own Moreen, I know you sigh, 1 know you smourn, But ask mn not to meet you more; This heart of mine, once gay and green, Souw--iwoe the day --is grey and worn; And feels as 'twere one cancered sore ! I walk alone in trouble, Revolving thoughts of gloom, Each passing, doth but redouble The miseries of my doom! In trouble? Oh! how weak s word! In woe, in horror, let me say In wretchedness without a name, The wrath of God, the avenging sword Of heaven burns in my bones alway, With ever freshly torturing flame; And desolateness and terror Have made me their dark mate, The ghastly brood of sins and error Repented all-too late ! Moreen, my veins run gall, not blood; A poison plant flowers in my soul S Whose deadly rankness never fades, My thoughts, dark...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 October 1866

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS NEW SOUTH WALES. THE LATE FINDING OF HUMAN REMAINS Lu SYDNEY.-There would appear to be grounds for supposing that a clue has been obtained to the detection of the perpetrator of this crime The correspondent of an up. country journal has received the following from a private source :-" Some little time since a young woman went te stay with some friends in the country, and during her stay there lent her hostess £24. A short time after a young man called to see this girl, and they started together on their way to Syd ney. No one knew whether the man was her husband or paramour. Nothing was heard of them for some time after this, until the young man returned to the country and demanded from the people, with whom the girl had resided, repayment of the borrowed £24, which the woman to whom it had been lent refused to do, alleging that the imoney had been lent for a specified time, which was unexpired ; finding he could not obtain it that way he offered a large discount ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 October 1866

LA'CEFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, October I. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Lan cefield Road Board was held at Sheehan's Roval Mail Hotel on Monday last. The members present were the Chairman (C. S. Haley, Esq.), and Messrs Darby, 1 Wragge, Keenan, Beasley, Riddell, and Dr. Mackay. The minutes of the previous meeting I having been read were confirmed. The correspondence received since last meeting was read by the clerk and disposed I of as follows: From the office of Roads and Bridges, re- 1 turning plan of road, proposed to be gazetted, ii for amendment according to the district surveyor's plan, previous to being sent back I4 for approval. I Mr Darby moved that the Surveyor be E instructed to inspect the road between Hales's I and the Mill, with a view of having forty chains, more or less, according to what he 1 might think requisite, gazetted with the c other road. The motion was seconded by Mr Riddell and carried. Mr Beasley proposed, aLd Mr Keenan seconded, that the road thro...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 October 1866

TASMANIA. Our files from Tasmania reach to the:29th ult. THE FULLERTO3 TRAGEDY.-The examina tion of Sherman and Parker, charged with the murder of James Fullerton, Bella Web ster, and John Sullivan, on or about 27th August, 1862, has been commenced, and is being conducted with closed doors. [MURDER AT BALLAIIOO.-The Examiner of the 29th ult. reports a murder committed at Ballahoo during the previous week, but is 'unable to give the name of the deceased. It seems that both husband and wife were returning home in a helpless state of intoxi cation, having with them their little son, some five or six years old. In rolling along, they managed to fall into a mud hole, from which they were extricated by a man who happened to pass that way. At that time, though perfectly drunk, both appeared to be on good terms with each other; and when the stranger left them they were sitting on a log to rest and dry their clothes before mak ing another start homewards. Shortly after wards the husband went...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 October 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Our advices from Adelaide extend to the 27th ult. Tnz NOITHER~I TERRITOar.-TIe " Ad vertiser" of the 27th ult, after characterising the Northern Territory enterprise as for the present at least a complete failure, goes on to say of M'Kinlay's last expedition which terminated in the return of himself and party to Adelaide, on the previous day: "Mr. M'Kinlay had a wretched passage in the Ellen Lewis to begin with. The voyage occupied seventy.three days, the provisions were exhausted, and a good deal of the stock on board died. He started on his exploring trip on the 14th January, but after two day's journey from Fred's Pass he was stopped by the rain and the swamps, and continued bogged there for about six months. The party took with them ten weeks' provisions, which it was supposed would last until they reached the Liverpool. This river was never reached, owing to the cause just mentioned. The explorer's consumed the ten weeks' provisions, and then for nearly three m...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 October 1866

KIL3ORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. --c----- Monday, October 1. Present :-The Mayor, and Councillors Sugden, Thomas, Hickey, Dowling, Dobin son, Hudson, Taylor, and the new member Cr Har'nell. The minutes of the previous meeting hav ing been read and confirmed, the outward correspondence was read by the clerk. The correspondence received since last meeting was read and considered as follows: 1. From Mr Dwight, bookseller, solicit 1Di -i,?l~hl r fiarý cts of Prlia'ncn?.o ment as manager of the Town Common. 3. From R. Morgan, relative to damaged' flagging. Received.. 4. Report from the Inspector of-Nuisances stating that be was unable to find any carcases of scabby sheep, in the New Town ship, as complained of. Ordered to be re ceived.l 5. Circular from the Central Board of Health, urg-;ng the necessity of taking pre. cautionary measures to prevent- cholera breaking out and spreading. On the motion of Cr Taylor, seconded l-y Cr Sugden, it was ordered to lie oa the table until next meeting. A rep...

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WALLAN WALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 October 1866

"TALLAH WALLA\" FBOM A CORRESP?O?Do' The Darraweit Guim propo.d .: School Committee have succeeded .:. a suitable school building in D3I. cording to plans and specificati:: by the Board of Education. The a wooden: one, reflects great er':.. contractor; as well as on the ce- their practical management. A ball and supper was given in quo," on Tuesday evening t' in aid of the funds. The supper,~. sumptuously served up-ina a?: fully decorated-with the firt t. ;. season, was laid at half-past 11. th- ha? d been discused by a large ecptable assembly, amongst whom .t F observed gentlemen members of l2 !t d governing bodies of this and e-uring districts, dancing which had ,ened at 9 o'clock, was again resumed, 1 kept up with great spirit and unabated ,,r til the " early morn," when the party ,e,~ted highly gratified, declaring that a ycrejorous and happy meeting they had

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, September 28. (Before A.M.M'Crae Esq., P.M., and J Taylor, and G. Hudson, Esq's., J.P's) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 October 1866

KILMORE POLICE COURT.. Friday, Septembor 28. (Before A. 31. I'Crae Esq., P.Mf., and J Taylor, and G. Hudson, Esq's., J.P's) William Spurliug, sheeni inspector v `F' Adams, for unlawfully owning 4,100 scabby sheep. This case was adjournedI from a previous day Defendant was ordered to a?y a penalty of £110, and eight guineas osts. Jane Geraghty v James Allan, for assault. Dhfendant to pay 10s damages, and £1 11s cots. I ichael Geraghty v Same, for assault. WiJhdrawn. Sane v Same, for pound rescue. De fend~at to pay a penalty of 10s, and £L 6s costs. E & di Malcney v T W Wellard, inter pleader summons. The property to be given up to plaintiff, and defendaat to pay £11 is costs. M. J. M'Culla v Malcolm Carmichaeland J. Rielv, for £9 7s. Verdict for. amount and 13s Gd costs. Thomas Lyons v W. Hamilton, for£ll 58 Verdict for £S 15s, and 23s 6d.costs. George Rogers v Thomas Brien, for £6 5s. Verdict for. £.4.5s, and £2 13s 6d costs. Richard Fish v-T. Brown, for £7 19s. Verdict for ...

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