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The Record. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19th, 1868. RAILWAY DANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 November 1868

riruiiSVA y, yo i ..emju-ui. j.m, lses. KAITAVAf DAXGKKS. . WiT.it1 tlio-rcccnt Frightful catastrophe on the Welsh '.Railway. at; Abergele, lresh in out'miiul, it.is nob to wondered?? jf" a con siderable nervousness, in connection with railroad travelling, obtains among almost .all -vlusstsis;-and thu question ot'-fclio-poliey olV locking passengers in,' is largely-von-' tihited-.some advocating the voluntary principlo and ot:liors arguing iliaf; what is -is bosv. There ishowever much to be said on 'both sides, and as we are all more or less.railway travellers,, itnniy bebencli-' cial to give the subject some considera tion. The general practice obtaining at; t;lie present time is to lock the passengers in ; this in ease oFaeoident.or even panic; .would in all probability add. to the mis-: chief as no one could get; out, except by the .window, to-make their escape from fire, which loo Frequently Follows on the heels of a collision : lint; on the other hand the leaving the dooiv unlo...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 19 November 1868

Births, Marriages,' aa& Deaths. BIRTHS.   M'CARRON.-On the 16th inst, at 80 York street west, Emerald Hill, Mrs J. F. M'Carron, of a daughter.   MARRIAGE. BLUE.-GLAYSHER.-On the 11th inst., at the Clarendon-street Presbyterian Church, by the   Rev. Hugh Darling, assisted by the Rev. James Lambie, Daniel, only son of Thos. Straehan Blue, Emerald Hill, to Sophia, youngest daughter of J. Glaysher, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne.

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, Emerald llill. Grand DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE, Tuosday evening next, by local Amateur Dramatic Club. "Poor Gentleman,"-'-Betsy Baker," Burlesque " Lord Lovcl." Million prices! Com nieuco quarter to Eight sharp. Printed and published by the Proprietor, "War. Marshall, at the Record Machine Printing Ofllce, Clarendon-street, Emerald Hill, in lliu Colony of Victoria.

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

Xiocal Intelligence. JAxxivehsauy SEitviCTvS.W-Oii'Siuuliiy last uu-: niversary sermons verb preached in the Congrc jl^ioual Church', How'c'Uresccnt, tlio Rev. 0. S. f. Price, Into pastor of the cliurch, officiating in pile morning and evening, and the Rev. D. Nimmo dn the aftornooiv at throe o'clock ; the attendance jfpn each occasion being very good. Tlie Emerald, lill Artillery Orderly-room was exceedingly well |fllled on Tuesday evening, when the usual tea Imeefing iu connection with those services mis I j after an excellent , ten had been partaken of, a Ipiibhe nineting was held, the lion:' the C'ommis (fefoner of Customs (W.jMi K: Vale,. JCsy.) pro Tiding. In ©polling'llio meeting, tlio' 'lion. ehair Snian congratulated the' congregation oil the :ss lliev hail made since the opening of tlio Shureli, ami hoped to see' them still more pros perous by tlie next visit lie gave them. The Rev. B. 8. Y. Price also addressed the meeting *iib some t'Ugth, speaking of the various changes...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

ENGLISH ^'EWS. THE news from Europe arrived by way of Adelaide, telegraphically, on Monday, and the letters, papers, &c., on 'Wednesday. After the improved health of the Queen, perhaps the next important news to a Victorian, is the safe arrival' of the Somersetshire," with the hon. Mr. Vcr don on board, not, perhaps, so much 011 his own personal account as from the fact that he is charged with special business of the greatest importance to the colony in general, and we trust that his mission will be as successful as his voyage. The favourable manner in which the New South 'Wales and South Australia debentures have been received give every confidence that there will be no difficulty in obtaining the required " little accom modation." The soldiers and sailors who served in the brief Abyssinian campaign are to got sis months' bounty, or extra pay. Pour more accidents have happened on the ill-fated Holyhead line, and one on the North AVsste'ii line has cost two lives and several...

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Police Courts. EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Wednesday, November. 18, 1868. (Before Messrs. I[?]la, Martin and Nimmo, J.P.s.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

EolicaCourts/ ' i ?; ! 517 ; J5MJ5RAKD SILL POI'/ICR ' CO COT.' , Wednesday, s November. 18,'18(58.V-r (Before Messrs. Iflla, Martin nntl ITimm'o,' ..T.I'.s.) 1'ippcrary 'How.-Hnrdtnau v. J).' Calltiglmn, assault; Sumo v. airs. Callagbnn, abusivp and ob scene languago. Mr. I'aussctt for complainant, and Mr. 'J?. Stephen for defendant., From Hie evidence it appeared that on Sunday last,,C'aHa glirin was amusing himself in Gardiner-street by encouraging some dozen urchins , to;.wrestle with ono, another by giving them money. Ifardmun, his, landlord, naturally being very indignant .it such -protligacy on the Lord's day immediately went into.his own domicile, wrote out a writ of notico of ejectment and proceeded to servo it on defendant, who was quite shocked at complainant' desecrating the Sabbath day by- writing out tho writ and serving it upon him. " 'Very warm language' was' indulged in, and Mrs.: H'ardman, the. better-half of tho complainant'(evidently with the intention of, at 'Je...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELUBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

Melbourne ancl Koljsoa's Bay Railway. TI3I.K 'JV\J3LB. .ST.: KIL1U :r01t-MELU0VllXJ3; 7.40,-8.0* 8.20®, 8.40°, 9.0s, 0.20*, 9.10s,'10.0®, 10115, 10.15, 11.15*, 11.45: a.in. 12.15*, la.45, I.15, 1.45*, 2.15* 2.45, 3.15*,13.45, 1.0, .4.20, .1,10, 5.0", 5.20, 0.40, 0.0, 0.15, (i.45, 7.15*, 7.45, 8.15, S.45, 9.45, 10.15 p.m....... , EirEiUM) HILT, rait jijjmiouiixe, 7.45, 8.5,'8.25; 8.15, 9.5, 9.20, 0.45,'10.5, 10.20,' '10.50,11.20,-11.50 n.ni. 12.20, 12.50, 1.20, 1.50, 2.20, 2.50, 11.20, 3.00, ,4,5, 4,25, 4.15, 0.5, 5.25, 5.45, (i.5,0;20, 5.50, 7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 9.50, I0.50p.ni. >v. -MiiLiioincw roi! Kjuiiuti) Urijii.' 8.0*, 8.20, 8.40, 9.0, 9.20, 9.10*, 10.0,10.30, 11.0, II.30, 12.0 ii.m. 12.U0, .1.0*,' 1.30, 2.08, 2..*I0,3.0 3.30, 4.0*, 4.20* 4.40*, 5.0*,:-5.20*-, ii.-IO*, 0.0, 0.15*,'0.30,'7.0, 7.30*, 8.0, 8.30, ,0130*, '10.30*, ll.-IUf )>,)». .. Ji.UHH.iM) mill. J'Olt sr.: K1LUA. ? 1 8.1, S.2-1, S. I (, 0 J '121,0 B, 10,4, 10.3 1, 11.1, 13.31- ii.ui. 12.4, 12.31, 1.4, 1...

Publication Title: Record
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SANDRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, November 23, 1868. (Before D. Thomas, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

<???????) hit.: SANDEIDCffi POLICE ,COURT, . Motu]ay,,Nouemhe;c&&, ipS/SL, (Before P. Thomas, ]5sq.y,'JlE!) .am I' -r Forget and 'JForgice.-?Toliu Galbrailli' was charged with disobeying tlib'commands of Mic captain'.of tlio Britisli'ship " Britomarfc." The ofliccr stated that the prisoner was one-of the best:; » men 011 board flic ship whon lie kept.sober,, ;bufc while under the influence of drink there, was no controlling him. Ho would he quito 'Willing to forgive him if ho would promise fo'licliave himself in future.1 ' The - prisoner a'-'respectable-looking young man, said lie woulcl reform: ifi the* captain;! \t would pardon him tliis tmie. , ^Ii-. I'homaa .ad vised the prisoner to be, more tcmperate.in future ancl discharged him. 1 " ? Misconduct.-!)avid Croko was charged by Mr. Hume, station-master at t Sandridge,, for, using threatening and abusive language towards liim."' "^Complainant 'statcd'tliat the" prisoner' 'caiiid'to him and'asked him.for ...

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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

BOUND AJNTD ABOUT THE HILL. The changeable nature of the weather, or, to bo candid,' the fact, that though not clean past my youth, I have, some smack of age in me, some relish of tlio saltness of time which develops it self in rheumatic stiffnesses of the limbs, have now and again lately induced me to patronise the Hail, though with railway accidents continually being recorded, 1" feel somewhat nervous, and am glad when once let out again. The Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway Company have not emu lated -Hr. -Tones in the putting on a third class ; however, that perhaps is not necessary as far as we. are concerned, for the courtesy exhibited by one to the other passenger is, X find, a long way behind the accommodation even in the first-elass carriage?. Tlio first-in resolutely sticks by the door lirarost the platform: No. 2, lias the same lingering feeling for the station ; so No. 3 has to tumble iu as best he* or she can, between the advanced and uncompromising knees of the first...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

AXSWJCKS TO .C»»By4Ppjjp|a)TS. ANTIOIM: was the qucon of LyeusKint; of Thebes , mid the motliui' of Amphion and Zetlius Xliyafciivi WHS u town in Lvdin: . - ' . J. G-.-The late Mi'- Kytc wos'a/lippomry man. He mis' a protcstant,C'arid''hail boon' in the colony over tlio time you 11111110,! he ini'i'ivcd in ^ IS 10. A RAXDHLMC ODE is declined-howeror. mqrij:o» rious the production,''there litis been quite sufli eient read imd written about the uiliiir,-' which; is now nt tin end.

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SOMETHING IN THE PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

SOMETHING IN THE PAPERS. MAXX persons talco up tho file of homo paper, and having got through tho sickening details of tlio horrid catastrophe of the Abergele Railway, throw tliera down in disgust, saying, "there is nothing in the papers." This is a manifold injustice to themselves, and many persons are cnnuieil to death for lack of amusement or excitemen t when a fine field of interest in black and white ^ lies open before them ; and if they possess auy ima ginative ability or speculative proclivities, much ( information may bo gained, and much excitement evoked, by a perusal of that portion of the papers to which I allude, which unfortunately, like family bibles and dictionaries, are far too littlo read. Some one has haply said, " lot me read the newspapers of any community, and I know pretty nearly their manner of livingthis may be still more applied to the " advertisements" ol any paper, and it is to these I invite attention, not in a commercial spirit but as instructive media, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

M .ECH i S ICS' IX S T I T U T E lEMKIUH) nilL. .h Grand' Cotiiplimentary Concert 1 . TO M K. T. 11. I> WI GIIT. . ? On MONDAY, DEC. 7th, 1SGS, Under the pntronageof the Officers and Members of the Loynl Emerald Ilill Lodge, 31.17.1.0.O.I1'., and Court Prince of Wales, A.O.F. The following Ladies and Gentlemen have kindly consented to assist on this occasion : MISS M. A. TilJ)l)I-K MT1S. IMOlll'MAJT MISS C. LTJJJJIi'J! MISS -l"; SlUJl'l'AltJ) Ml!. T. II. IIKOH'.V ? V .Mil. I). tilJKKIKGi ' Ml!. T. M.A11GUTTS : Mil. .1. CA1! 11 .Mil; W. A. STJiWAIIT" Ml!. H. WWKXKCKK Mll.'iv. ||. -WjlTKh'S .MOIfS;-TOUM2fOI.S -Ml!. T. B..3)WIGHT . AXI) Til K BAN!) 01- TIIE EM*:!!.!!.!) IllM, AltTlliliV.RV ('Olll'S: Pianiste - - - - Miss DWIGHT. Reserved Seats. Is. Gd. .Back Seats and Gallery. Is. . Tickets may Mje. had from members of (lie above Lodges, principal shopkeepers in the district, Mr.-Dwiglit, Coventry-street, and at the ollice of this paper.- . Doors open at lialf-pastvSeven. Concert .l...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

Borough 'Of BsioraldvHill^^s^v'v .'.-VrOTIOK-Tiic COLLECTOR iattends Jit his; i^i Office, Uorougli Council.Chambers KV3£R\/ MORNING-, from 9 till 11, to receive payments of Kates. , WILLIAM/lOPE,., . " RatcGolleclor. . .Sorough.'of-Emorald Hill. . AT a MCETING of.the BOROUGIl, COUN CIL, ,01" EMERALD 1ULL, held on MONDAY, fclic IGtU day of NOVEMBER, 1S0S, the Resolution passed by the ^""'ir.-^viv'v lOtli; Uaj,; of'Gctobor, 18GS, >10 R^DUCL.;! TIH2 S0AL15 OF TOLLS leviable on the asirm bank Bond, wis duly confirmed, and the Bye-law cstablishing the loll was ordered to be amended accordingly. . JAMES EVILLE,. Town Clerk. Emerald llill, 17th November, 1SGS. . Borough of Emerald Kill. Diiaft. op.vBw.-IiA.w NO. 43.-A Byi:-I.A\V TO AMEND "Bi-E-LAW No. 35, 1IKIXG A .BYE-LAW TO Estauusii A Tomd ox THE Yahha BASIC .Ho A I). .VfTIFBEEAS: it is expedient :,to .-niter' and: VV amend the scale of Tolls hitherto levied at fclie Yarra Banfcroncl/rollgut e, as_ contained 111 a Schedule annexed to...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

.,r&8 Business Addresses, &.e. pi : ^^aigas. Plans, and Specifications of *"* Dwellings and Public Buildings upaI'ctl, and I heir predion superintended, by . E. BUTLElt, (Of many ynirs 'English cxpcricnci:) ; - 1 ' iStiiiv:-Mrssr-w Xalhtni A' 'Durham, Clarendon ^ Mrrrt, JCm-raM.yW. . - ,1. UOLCLOUGH & CO., rjwlos&le and Family Groccrs, Wine, Spirit, and Produco Merchants,. ^So & 107 CLAttESnbx" jhikk.mj) uilj,. All order# -punctually attended' to.\ ^pTOTCICJE! OFRBMOVAt; R. McXENZIE, UadcrtatorV'Ssc., nt' 11 Cliii'entlon-slrect) licks' lo ilef|ti:iint hi^ iYicilds nnd tlic inhabitants of Emerald Hill and its vicinity that lie has : ff§IMBIlTOVE3> TO Wo. 87, OPPOSITE; it> ,M»'. Woudliirs), where lie hopes by attention and .*sw-"^lotuy. t«> merit a share of public patronage. Has oil hire lrsi' and Mourning,Coaches, and every Funeral requisite. THOMAS &0WNI3, a\CT 13 RE \ D & BISCUIT BAKER,' 131 ClAREZTDOU STEE3T, ? t .BM...

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The Record. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 1868. AUDITE! AUDITORES. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

r/runtjjjj r, xovmnmm"*m, iscs. A UD I.T.B! ATJJ3IT0BES. Asothkh -case of defalcation bv ii public I servant-and this time by"one. who icr- j j tainly liiitl no grounds to charge tlic crimi nality upon his straitened ciroumstiineci, as a., man withsomething like £750 a year should not be in pecuniary dilM- j ties-unless he unfortunately interprcij j in too liberal a sense the old axiom of " make .haste to become rich," and rusk into heavy speculation. \Yc allude lo the instance of the "-Postmaster of-B larat,;.wlio has been arrested on achnr«t. of embezzlement of tho public 'fimds wliicli simply means using the money in his charge lor purposes of speculation in the many pretty little schemes or 'round games' which are daily and hourly played out on the. metropolitan gold-field. So doubt Mr. King," the defaulter alluded to, intendud most religiously, toreplace (he abstracted moneys if he held trumps, but the run.of luck wentagainst him, and lie is in custody on the above charge. The ...

Publication Title: Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 26 November 1868

Births, Marriages, and Doaths. BIRTHS.         GIRDLESTONE.-On the 24th inst., at. North Sandridge, Mrs. Chas. W. Girdlestone, of a son. FINDLAY.-On the 24th inst., at 157 Moray street, Emerald Hill, the wife of Francis Findlay of a daughter.   MARRIAGE.     DANE.--KELLEY. -On the 17th inst., at the Baptist Parsonage, Emerald Hill, by the Rev. William Potter, James Henry Dane, Esq., of   Richmond, to Mary Ann Kelley, of Emerald Hill. DEATH.   GILLIES.--On the 23rd inst., at Park-street, Emerald Hill, Mr. Matthew Gillies, late inspector Public Works department, aged fifty-eight years.

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

Borough of Emerald Hill. OTICE.-The COLLECTOR attends at liis Office, Borough Council Chambers EVERY MORNING-, from 9 till ll^to .receive ? payments of-Bates. - - . v , WILLIAM TOPIS, Bate Collector. Borough of Emerald Hill. ? THE'following Bye-laws were adopted b.y thp Borough Council of Emerald Hill,' at an' ordinary meeting thereof,"'held on Monday, the 30thf'day of Kovemhor,;18GSj now.published in torms of the provisions.of the Municipal Corpoi atiou's Act, XS63 Bse-JVAW No. -13.-A-BYE-t,aw TO amkmj Bm xav No 35, m'ing a-Bxe lvw TO E-iabhsu A Toiloox TitE YARKA--BASX BOAD. WHEREAS it.is expedient ,to .alter . and ,i4-amend t-Hc'scftlc- ot ' Tolls ? hitherto levied' at the Ynlrra Baufci-oad .Tollgatc, ;as_ contained ill a Schedule annexed to- Bye-law Kb. 3o of the Borough CouiiciloftEiuerald Hill. !Be ;i; therefore ordered'aud directed'- by the. said Council, that from and after the first day of January, 1S69, the tolls, specified in, the Schedulo hereto annexed shall bc' th'e to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

Business Addresses, &c» Designs, Plans, a ad Specifications -of a Dwellings and Public Buildings ?lliqiuod, and Uieiv erection superintended, by J. E. BUTLER, AucimuiOT, (Of many.rears English cxiiericiicc) . u/l!ce; 2Ir. Charles J. Durham, 118 Clarendon Street, Emerald ? Sill..' ' '"! ,T. COLCLOTJGH-& GO.,' ? ' Wholesale aaA Family Grocers, Wine, Spirit, and Produce Merchants, jlG5 & lift CLABENJJOIS STllLLl, 111 LI* i' ...» . All orders punctually attended lo. iNOTICE OF EBRSOVA-X«. R. McXENZIE, . " TJadestaTisr, &c., §V l.atc of 41- Chircmlon-sU-cut) licgs to acquaint hi.sl'nViuls am! I'" n"; iiiliuliilaiitd of Emcralil llill ami its vicinity tlrat lie tab !'*»*1 tltOVED TO WO. S7, OPPOSITEi «CXcKt to Mr. Wootllin's), whoro; lie hopes by attention mid fcconomv, to merit u share of publicpatronage... ] las on hiw: |llcnr.sc and Mourning Couches, unit every 1« mici.il rupuhia, ®BOMifli'S DO il'ANCY BEEAD & BISCUIT BAKEJ1, i9i 'chAeskdoW STBSE...

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The Record. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 1868. THE MAORI WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

THURSDAY, DECEMBER M, 1565. a?HB MAORI "VYAli. I.x is now many years since it has been the unfortunate lot of the journalist t" chronicle the reverses of the'British arm and .the- successes ol' rebellious aborigi nals-such is the humiliatingpositiou at the present; time-the -arrival ot' cad steam-boat from New Zealand is nasi ously looked far m dread anticipation further horrible atrocities upon the un armcd settlers or the defeat, by ambii cade or others savage,; strategy, ol' tlic handful; ,of , inen.that the . Government provides for the protection of the colony, and as far as we can learn, no dircclstep arc being taken to afford relief to tlio liar rassed settlers, l:or to.convince the mur .derous ?wretches (^Ko;against all the law? of battle in ancient or modern history, war on women and children) that1 the day u! retribution is not Graicas Kahnits. AVhat are the gallant. 1-ith doing? «'i" they lay lazily in barracks listening with their mind's ear to the groans of their mutila...

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Police Courts. EMERALD HILL POLICE, COURT. Saturday, November 28, 1868. (Before Mr. Finlay, and Dr. Haig, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 3 December 1868

. - v Polios Courts. ' EMERALD ' BILL POLICE, COURT. Saturday, jSovemlet: 28, 18GS. ' (Before -Mr. Einlay, .. aucl Dr. Hnig, J .l''s.) TheJDoy.-X ease' in which-'a. mim - named Francis Thornton summoned a person named Whitemari, for allowing a ferocious dog to rush at'and atttick liim iiv tlie .public street,, occupied the'attention of - the bench. for a considerable tilrie;'1' Mr. IFiiussett appeared for the com plain antjan'd G. Byrne for.the defcndaut. A large -'number of' witnesses ..were called for the plaintiff,'but more were called for the .defence. A good deal of legal quibbling took place between the Counsel' during the case on various points. It appeared from the evidence that the-complainant was'passing' the corner. of. Moray and Raglan streets when he -was attacked by a large New foundland dog; which seized him in a violent man ner,'-tore his coat to ribbons, bit him in several places all over his body. Dr.'OIavoy- staled that he had been called in to see the .complainan...

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