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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

AoiecLas THE u. Sunbury News 'I' UB LSI1ED i,.i'VSATURDAY Al : the K. as of the Week,: .. S::3d PPRICE 3d S Po'"rl to a:ill parlts of the AUSTRALIAN C LONIE S -FOR OR DELIVERED FOR. PER QUARTER PH1C1'CS OiF CASH ADVERTIS:MENTS: «'n~nn il.6ý 1 words 2a14(P lon Let l1100% (`f ,*~: 1 0 JrnoioIr &.. h''Idnee ~ , ,1 0 11*a tL~~t(t SLII '!.1. 0 ý tr r 1 tr Sul ` !lt r # ii .i . i- 1 0 ýý ltirers '- " a 0·,'l;~:.i · V (ltl w tial e tl r nl uts -ýs, -1 -- ;t '? - ý;s -t ,re ý l , Staidln-=Pr1ýI~t olitsatlisonil)1 t ' ; 1ttee ?,+ ?ul ý clueit x G~~1';ýIZWSi ,`1 iiifin L i 'l dl ý"C1 lon of PLAIN '`. . =NTIN 7-7 lXCcut d n tid l.. ue tzics and despatcbh AT- rI:l11E:T fTt OUN i\II VI'IVE PRICES, PRINTING IN ..LL COLORS 101 A LC2 10 hi hi S ;fat : II BILL ýI x cpthLiou~ly ~Priiui &I ý C 1Uztrd E r iy]t J~ iii iiu.~uaii Pi op rHmmturg ,E LI II I r l '";·:d °` f t `` ' ulu 1, tý _·. · -i pAY ! tsep~tAAIBi oKAl LIATIl1-' Jlllla Out tuali, A. Oil" Ii-,~i Victorian E or ;e iLaTILLE R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

W . CLAYTON, Painter, Paperhanr r AN ID GILAZIE R. 11"f r??i de materials kept on :lid a't MELBOURNE PRICE, -o ESTIIA 'ES G' VENo O'Shnbass y Stireet,.. .SUNBURY. :JOHN BOARDMIAN, O'SHANASSY STREET, NEWS AGENT AND STATIONER. A large assortment of Second Hand Books sell irg Circip.Good Novels Half Price. fvOW IS YCUR TIJ E Buy! Euy !! Buy !!! J. WILSON, GROCER AND GE1NERAL STORE-KEEPER, , EVAN STREET. OPPOSITE NEW POST OFFICE. All? 'gods of.the best quality. Families waited on for 'orders. ; T:W. J. Parkin. UNDERTAKER, GENERAL CARRIER r :WOODr MERCHANT -ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO rT''ACKSON AND HARKER STs. SUNBURY. J. I MOUNSE Y, MACEDON STREET, S~ T NS X',T ?U ET~, BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGEHT HoRsiz s CARIeULA- SnooD. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION For Families, and Visitors. ::Charges Moderate.;? George Barna,i Propri't:io Bustness G. S. Matthews. SYDNEY STREET, YARR AVILLE, B3 uilder and Contractor :Estimates given for every dI?cription OF WORK. PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS Prepared, Cotllages...

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A STEAM MILKING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

A STEAM MILKING MACHINE The honor of being the first to intro- duce this most important invention to Victoria belongs to Mr J. Craig, of Cariglea, near Stratford, in Gippsland. Mr Craig, who lately visited Scotland where the machine has been invented and perfected by the joint labors of Mr Gray, an agricultural implement maker, and Mr Nicholson, dairy farmer of Stranraer, made visits to several of the leading dairy farms of Scotland to per- sonally satisfy himself as to the prac- ticability of the machine before pur- chasing one and introducing it to work upon his dairy farm in Gippsland. Mr   Craig invited a party, comprising the Minister of Agriculture, several members of Parliament who interest themselves in agricultural subjects, the secretary for agriculture and the expert in charge of the dairy improvements being carried out by the Department of Agriculture under the bonus induce- ments, to witness the first practical   trial of the apparatus at work ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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ROBBERY AT SUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

ROBBERY AT SUNBURY. There is nothing. fresh to report about the robbery committed at Mr T. Millett's Butcher's Shop, Station-street, Sun bury, on Monday night, the 19th July. It will be remembered the larceny con sisted of £10 and a horse, saddle and bridle. After careful investigation the conclusion arrived; at is that there was more than one person implicated in the robbery, as it was known exactly where to obtain Mrs Millett's diress, which con tained the £10, and the best horse of two which was fastened in the stable at the rear of the house. The bridle and saddle was also stowed safely away, but no dtlifficulty seems to have been expe rienced in getting possession of them by the thieves. No. one to be suspected, had, as far as we can learn, disappeared from the townshlip on this particular night, hence the above suspicions.   The police have made numerous   searches and enquiries and are still busy with the case, but up to the present time have not a p...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

NEWS IN BRIEF. The days during the week were fine, and are getting lengthy. The ordinary meeting of the Melton Shire Council was held yesterday. The Sunbury cricketers were out practising on Wednesday afternoon last. A match will be played to-day. mar: ried v. single. Excitement anticipated. Mrs Clara Parker has made her ap pearance again to the sad disappoint ment of some of her " friends." What a go ? The Return Staff Ball Committee held their settling meeting on Tuesday night. The balance-sheet showed 30s on the right side. A powerful syndicate has been formed with Lord Randolph Churchill, M,P., as chairman for the purpose of develop ing the tesources of Transvall and Mas honaland. A cablegram from London states that Mr E. G. Fitzgibbon. the chairman of the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works, says there is no immediate prospect of the boards loan of £2.000,000 being successfully floated. tHe, h oeverx._ hopes to have the operation carried through bef,,re he sails for Melbo...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

NEWS IN BRIEF. The weather has been summer-like throughout the greater portion of the week. The cholera is increasing in severity at Buda-Pesth, and many of the resi dents of the city are leaving it. The rate of mortality from the epidemic in the Caucasus stili continues to In high. The cricket season op ned at Sunbury Oin Saturday last. Millett's horse, which was recently stolea, has returned. Shares in the Com nercial Bank of Australia have advanced considerably. The quotation is now £6 15s. Prognostication (that's a good word) -We know the winner of the Mel bourne Cup. An English syndicate is being formed for the purpose of purchasing and cultivating 3,000 acres of land at the irrigation settlement of Mildura. Another attempted robbery at t Sunbury. Straughian's place broken into. Dalgetty and Co., Ltd., paying a - dividend for the year ending June 30th of S per cent., and carrying forward c7 £ ,0.\i(O The niontlily sitting of the Sunbury t Police Conurt will take place on S\Wt l...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

CR C10iET. Our Bullh co respondent writes: The Bulla cricketers journeyed to D)igger's Rest on Saturday to try con clusions with the local club. Bulls went first to the wickets and succeeded in knocking uip 107 runs, the principal scorers being F. IDaniels 4'). H. Daniels 12, and E. Whelatn, 13. LDigger's Rest representatives then went to the wickets but owiing to the splenditd howling of 1. Daniels and E. Whelan. they only totalled 7 runs, the trst seven rwickets falling without a run being scored. In the second innings they made 36 Pulla therefore won by an in nings an. 4 runs. (1

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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

MACEDON [FiOM OUR O \: CORRESPONDtENT] x n { _ Friday. FL Th1e firstmatch t lof the cricket season, coninieiices erie :to-day and will -be continued for two 'Sathrd'ays. -Lauris ton jouriiey = lowni by the 2833 trail to , lay f the locals for the Kyneton 1tistlrict Cricbket >Association `-trophy, the irulee hlar ing been ialtered sothat eactihin.'tch be continued tlhe following Sntudy. Lauiriston will journey here. two consecutive Saturdays TIhe locals' obtiuned thibd positionf or the Kynetonii:: Distuict premiership last season' and by ardent priactice expect to get even higheil.r this; : season: :They'" will be represented by the following:--'Willey (capt), Harper, Robertson, Nicholls, Quaife (), Scott, Elidridge, Mclitoslh Jackson, Gardneur, eLmergencies :-F-Iirth O'Hare, Allen, T. Quaife, T hoinpson. The otherl matches for the conipetition are :-Woodend v. Kyneton United,;.na. at Khilnetoin. lKvneton .uiitios V. IHesket lBhemians. at vnetone Mahllsbury v. DLrumnuond, at lans ...

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MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. (FRIDAY, SEPT 30, 92). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

MEflfO'N Hi ltIRE COUNNC1L. (FitinIDY, SIRi'T 30. 92). The ordlinary meeting of the Melton Fhire Couincil was held on the above date: when there where present :-Crs White (in the chair), Beattie, Brown 'fidoorkel, Bubeck, Shebler, Hoare, and ¶v1Pherson. The new member, Mr Geo. Lock. was s worn and took his seat. at the Council taible to represent the East Riding. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Fron Geo. Simpson, dayman, re his disputed time shoot furnished at, previous meeting, explaining that he was ua' much of a scholar and that since his wifes dea h some time ago he had to keep his time and accounts as best, he could,. It was quite popssible that; his *dates were not correct, but he was certaiiu he had worked the number of days given in. He was an old servant of the C'iuncil and trusted that as he had tilays endeavourtied to do his duty conscientibiusly they wouild kindly umove any stigma attaching to his name through an error-Silupso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

A'rolires.~ Victorian Forse `i`AW'ILLE L' Y. PARA B S FOR MONTH OF OCTOBERt. Alf days.-1st, 8th, 15th,-. at i Rupertswoo:, 2.30 p.m.. Drill li-ideir, vithiiut swords, for elementary pfactice. Evening drills, 4th, 6th;- 11th;-, 13th, 38th, 20th, 25th, 27th: -lTuesday evenings, Rupertsviood, 7.30 p m.; 1Thursday eivnmgs s:, Sunbury ,members, Ru pertswu4d, 7.30 pnm..; Town milbers, St Killa, 8p.m. -:.m Gymnaltic Class, Melbourne Athletic Club,.every Friday at 5 p in Guunzery course begins Saturday. 1st October iy _Order, Bruce Webst, S NOTICE OF GUN & RIFLE PRACTICE , r Rifle Practice will be'carred on daily * Sunid aiys excepted, at tth Battery. '-Rifle raiges oi tlic old: camping ground Battery Guni Practice will take place Ithe st 8th; anid 15itli, of October,. rom a position near the Race-Course n a direction towards Lancefield Junction Railway-station. The public are warned of the danger of being anywhere in the vicinity of the targets during rifle practice, or in any of h...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

YEWS AND NOTES. The Sunbury Quadrille Assembly held their "hop" at the Mechanics' ell on CWednesday evening. The attendance wtas very large and a extremely pleasant night spent. The Asylum dance passed off with its customary pleasantness and harmnony on Thursday eveniiig. On invitation. a. goodly number of townspeople availed thecmselves of the delightful advantages of the weather and attended, the night beung calm and moonlight. The Bank of Australasia declares a dividend at the rate of 12 and a half per cent 'per annu, and carlries forward £9,000. M3r A. A. E. Glennii,' hai beenuap-' pointed by the Exern;ive Council to audit the books of the Biulla Shire Council, Mr i). T. Barnett to audit the books of the Melton Shire Council, and Mr Willioam hoed the books of the Gishorne Shire Council. -. The horse that was stolen fr.rm Mr T. Millect's premises, Station-street, Sunbury, about a,fortnight ago, reached, hlome again on Saturday morning last. WVhere it has been and what use it has ...

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The Sunbury News. Be just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

~'unur~ )carus. Be.. lus and Feat nol." SUNIB3URY, SATURDAY. OuoiMiin 8 ,]892 Tex Bulla Shiret Contcil held a gpepial meeting on Thursday, and it was fully expected the ittmiosphere wouild be warm. Cr Starkie unidle.a ditermincd :attenipt to :slcure the presidentship for Cr McDougalldeclai in that conascientioiiisl tlihe office should viutally be his own racording toorde1t, uita wasiaare d of the ill feelitig cttirituadid forhimiau the council table. Cr Lemian had yaniilther man in fle &eld for te di niedposition uameiy, Or Gel'liea and lhe nccused OCr Starkie of usudilly brigiiainx for ward prppositions contira} y;trulesof counicil After a few ' hiomeuilithnsts ' aid liit nfing>, glainces had bee x changed between" these ir represiible miembliers, a "divisior" as itakeii, iand Cr Loeman's counteinice '.ctiitll beaued with delighitas he oervcd a complete.Mh victory had lbetn gigi ed hile r Starkie appeared discoiifited aiid lbcainm. satirical in. his remariks, lininchii1i...

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DEATH BY DROWNING. AN OLD IDENTITY MEETS HIS DOOM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

DEATH 1Y I)DRO\WNING.C U C S AN OLD IDMITIrlTi 1IEETS ilS DOOM. A man, linamed James Fitzpatrick, r aged 49 years, met with a sad end on 1Thursday, when lie was drowned in 'ca culvert which contained 2 feet of water a few yarda from the Holden Inn.Tie un fortunate mani has been in the emiiploy of Sir W. J. Clarke, at--Rupertswooa, for Sthe past 20 years and was well-known. He was on a drinking " bout" lately, and at ,half-past twelve on the day- afore mentioned, made his appcarance at the HIolden Inn, four miles distant from Sunbury, where he corisnmed t1. few " long beers." Hie subsequently be Scame noisy and commenced creating a Sdisturbance, whereupon he was taken . Sfrom the hotel, by G. Gillon, son to the proprietor, and- aecompanididto- the bank of the dam close to the culvert, where lie was left. After an hour or so had elapsed young, Gillon, Sfeeling anxious, returned to the culvert and was shocked t. find deceased astretched full.length in the wateir, fade downwards. He cri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

Octy c\ issA1c a RruHGrA ,PYSENTEYCZ ~i~f~c ~~c AT * ~ ~ I 7'.** - °: 'ý L E . RO P *`v tor " \". ~ý.E3ý.~ 3Qd NOW 0'A i 1 ftý C Lk l'ýIt R OCS it J: /ness INS ECTIBANE IS THE ONLY EFFECTIVE INSECT DESTROYER. Sole, Prpieos ROKE TM ITT &" Co. '` ..A An ts 'TA O.S Hxý`r & o: A mitia (ý " ý" ` . Y R ýR jc ý rJ C ' ý }} ,Y ýý ' :r , : , ; )] % ; . ';; ' , [I". . /, 2 'tý ý,2 2 "ý " K _r ý f +ý';ý yl` ~ ``?":ý /'~Ci- v Z'SA1ý,ý \ _Y 31ýý:' \M:: ~~~ -,rly ;ý]i ýi.\',jAR S.A M ents. JACOBS.x HART ,ý & " Co. Adelide.' `as All I~i,ýorilrs aiffIctiini the Liver, Stomach, ati [towels. These Pills can be confidently recommended as the nost certain remedy for indigestion, flatulency, acidity, heartburn, colic, constipa tion, anll1 the inany maladies resulting from disordered stomach or bowels. These Pills are alteratives and strengtheners of the stomach. They may be taken under and circumstances. Weakness and Debility, Nervous .:; Irritablility., The wholenotne efect exer...

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A STRANGE CHAIN OF EVENTS. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

SA STRANGE (CHAIN.OF . EVEN'TS,, CH.APTE'll I . Attt that moment, it uccurred to me : that he had left tih pairel on .the seat v.-en -he went away, andi tht his return iwas ,at a,quit'lherpae' 'than a mere de sire to getlbak to hiis sat jut!ftied. i SA stdden idea caine iuo my hluad. I think I'll just.. go andl wash imy - nhands, I said, carelessly. I got up, and-wonuttoo the cud of the c"ar to ith lavatlnor uff. whitli .the. -s.oing-rioo opeie1. I .looed , in. '11:rTha si i o oni e i it,: pi one of i the i rakesnin. half-nlpeep. W l hit iqui SSure. he ddida't fcear n ynmaking a ;r . uih hii pP'e! 9 [It coiuldn t he that' ye iv. t othd' reason h'id he for hi piecipitati retairn aiia false expliiua :tion? ,- ; IJu1 t flien? ' e trai stopped atAa statio', .and, 'iy. 'l .iosit considerably eicitet IIirs:tm dii Jiily to keepc my: od nl ,theu wentblrk to hw nonwohereth fat isoin. Petr . mA lier tiirq start? icl aaio ?.'s11 , h , u 1 nO il?o f n o- he Inas lnohaere.sl rt-liohseen \Fes 'bi...

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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. (THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1892.) (SPECIAL MEETING) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

BULL. SHIRE COUNCIL (THURiSDYi OCTOBER 6, 189.) (SPECIAL MEETING.) A speial meiretin or thei iBulla Shire Council was held at the'shire 'cirambera, Bulla, on .Thursday. There wpired p-e sent i-Crs M'Aulife '(in, the chtr), Mallon, MclDougall. Sbtrkire, Gellie, ndli A. F. Daniels, shire secretary "and enif gineer. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT. : Cr M'Aluliffe, the retiring president on rising, siud _the. firat--brinaeg {rf council warrs to elect a presideint for the ensuing year. Councillors were well aware that his term h:id expired.., He returned sincere thanks to councillors as a body for the kind and cmnsiderave manner in which they had perpetually treated him. He also profered thanks I to the secretary, Mr Danriels, for the able way he ha:id always performed his duties, and tihe assistance whicih had always been rendered to hin by that obliging and diligent officer. (Hear, hear.) He would do anything, whiile a meiber of council, to promote its in terests-either for tihe East or West ri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

.V. CLAYTON, Paintcr, Paperhanger A I) GLjAZIERj. Sd f AIl trade miaterials kept on hand at -' ;.Eo "L'STIAfAT TES G MELBOURN Pi ICE o S a,nass Street, SUNBURY. JOHN BOARDMAN, O'SIHANASSY STREET, SUNS~URY· NEWS AGENT AND STATIONER. A large assortment of Second Hand Books sell ing Cheap. Good Novels Half Price. NOW IS YCUR TIJ1E .Buy ! Buy!! Buy!!! J. WILSON . GROCER AND 'GENERAL STORE-iKEEPER, EVAN STREET. WM A OPPOSITE NEW POST OFFICE. `All goods of the best quality. Families waited on for orders. W. J. Parkin. UNDERTAKER, GENERAL CARRIER ;,,;WOOD MERCHANT ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO v`'JACKSON AND HARKER Srsa. SUNBURY. J. . MOUNSE\, a~f' MACEDON STREET, STU NiBTT N Y BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT HIouszis CAasFULLY SaoD.L ·COtT Z PA1'LACZ STJ JEUc. _"SULMRhiORh ACCOMM )DATION For I'auilies, cud V 'it. rs, Char Mloderate. Gee'rge 6arn'.s, I ropdtrdo. Busmets G. º. Matthews. SYDNEY STRiEET, YARRAVILLE, Builder and Contractor Estimates given for every dcriptiou O'F WORK. PLANS and SPEC[FI...

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DIGGER'S REST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 8 October 1892

DIGGERS REST   [from our own correspondent Our-local cricketers met the Bulla team on the home ground last Saturday, and suffered a crushling defeat at their hands, being beaten by an innings and 60 runs. A. F. Daniels 49, E. Whelan 13, H Daniels 14, and W. Condon 10, were the only double figures for the opposing team, and C. Lines 11, and G. Gibbon 12, for the home team. Qn Saturday (to-day) they try conclu sions with the Sunburyites and it is trusted that their "exhibition of cricket on that occasion will be of a little higher order, though they are to be excused to a great extent for last Saturday's dis play as they did not have a purely re presentative team as several of the picked players did not put in an ap pearance. It is with deep regret that I have to chronicle the demise of a very old and much respected resident of Holden, a Mrs O'Callaghan, which occurred at-her residence on Friday 30th nlt. after a short but painful illness borne with   christi...

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DISPUTE ABOUT A COW. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 15 October 1892

DISPUTE 'I OUlT A COW. At the Sunbury . Polio Court on Wednesday, before Mr Keoghl. P.M.. and NMr Clarkson, .1.P., John Patterson proceeded against (tcor:.e Hirst for the recovery of a young cow, which lihe alleged was illegally detained. .John Patterson deposed :-De)fen dant has a heifer belonging to me. I saw it in his possession several times, and oni the 4th inst. defendant had the animal tied up in his yard. I bred the beast; and it has been in my possession since its birth. I have not branded any of my cattle of rcccent years. In answer to Mr Hirst witness said he sold the grandmother of the heifer to Mlr Lind. The heifer was not branded. I have seen a calf suck a cow which was not its mother, but-neaer knew a brand inark-to come off a cow. : Ada Warner stated she recognised the- heifer as thel pro prty of John Patterson. She brought the: animal -:honieafter _it was born, and had it under. her supervision ever since,. T'o Mlr Hirs~t'is :do not know of any recognisable .nmaik o...

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SUNBURY POLICE COURT. Wednesday, October 12, 92. (Before Mr Keogh, P.M., and Mr Clarkson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 15 October 1892

SUNTrL31flYI POLIC1' CO,,'!IT. Wednesday, October 12, 92. (Before MI, Keogh, P.t., and Mr C larlbon, J.P,) John Nort;, was pros'e ('ed by Mr Biddle, truant inspc, ":, for neglecting to send three of his cb:lh drn to school the required number of days during the last qluarter. He .was fined 5s,. 2s id, 5s and respectively, in defitilt imprisoni ment. Thomas Shepherd was fined 10s for a similar offence. Louisa McCulloch was fined 5s for neglecting to send three of her childreat to school the necessary nunber of day during the quarter just ended, in default imprisonment. . M. Murdoch and James Anderson were'fined 2s Gd, and 5srespectfully, for like off nces. DEanTS. James Johnston v; E. Dodds.--OClaiia for £3; goods sold and deilivered: Order for the amount with 5s cost. A: Beard v?i. -Fleming. The plaintiff. previously o btained ? verdict 'against defendant for £4 oid, but had not received thi nmoney. IHe had now served a'fraud summonsi eo Fleming. No appearance of defendant. : The P....

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