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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. CAMBERWELL V. NORTH PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

S~PORTING, F O OTILN . CAMI3EIIWEI:LL V. NOITII PAnI{. On Saturday the last football, matchl of the season was played, when the Camberwell team met the North Park on the ground of the lattoe. The day was a most disagiocableo one. The wind was strong, and blow right across the ground, which .made it trying for the players, and tended to make the game an unpleasant ono to witness. Althlough the Camberwell were defeated they were not dis graced. Tlhey played a manly game all through and did their best to w~h, but they .wero overmatched. The North Park are a strong lot of fellows, and play a good game. They have boon promiers for thie last five yoiears, and the club that defeats themn will have a lot of work to do. DIuring thie first half of the gamo the visitors managed to hold their own, but in thie second half tlhey lost ground. They made ti mistake in not keeping thIe ball mnore on the south side, but after all this is.ilorO: Oas8ily?, said than done, bec~imid thleir oppon-. cnuts n...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PLAIN TALK. "Man's Inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

PLAIN TALK. -0-- (lh" 'loI. tlow.ns.) lt Mnilt+ lhiinh tum It n lul inl eatc? tiutns .t itinut i uu1. ." Il llt H i' ll." Are tr nh:llo live in Jiux Ilill doing aIll lha t we ?aunI to lintIi o the' plare prnIgI'?I'S P Si nafrnid tha it 'nwe are lnl Sonim oa thel residtints are doing thiir level be?s to sentd 10x Ilill ahead. wuhihe other.g aric doingLnt I thait they cain tIo keel it bIaek. Y.c.. thalt. is ?o! \Ii attren 4lit itt Ihe presenit thn is bring made ib the Colin ii o got riilter aIt 'ntow Cori I oiittou erereted?,ir tile olil one o, iI Proved' I.Jui t those who hIla' Igal buisirnes.s to hrans* not. wi,i I e 'able Ino io +o ti ith p*letiili*o; whliil, nnd I regrel to any it. 'tho tConicil ntlll oltlher lceople, wltose nllinltc I lIio not caro to tienltion--vwho live in the distriel aul profitn by the ,lanco going atllread---do il tIalt they rcn to sinid lItulney to thr nttet ropolis (Ihrn it is gonte fl'or ever) wliCirh shonili be cirClellnted il lIox Ilill. Thi.t is neithe...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RINGWOOD TRAGEDY. THE BODY AGAIN EXHUMED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

THE RINGWOOJ TRAGEDY. --:0: THEi! i" ODY AGAIN EIIIUMIED. The body of thIo unfortunnate man: Peter J. Rherloek, who met his death at the hiaude of ltobt. Landelle, wan again taken out of the grave on Sultnday lasRt, .lhls wasI dono at the wiiah of the dcceasoed's brother, who obtained the sanction of thle Crown Law )Departnment, to have tihe body exhumcd. When thia was sccured instructions were given to Mr. Otto Pre:ues, the undertaker, to open the grave, and bring the coflln to the surfaco. This was done in the prescnce of Sent. Constable Lloyd, the :ndarlaker's asistant, the do ceased's brother, and the 11ov. WV. E. Uro:mi. low. The cofin was unscrewed, and wlhen the body was exposed to view it presonted a m:ost sickening sight, the eflIlvintn arising froni it hoeing ahnost unbearable. Mr. Slher lock, thel deconased's brother had ordered another gravo to be dug in the Wesleyan portioln of the cometery, and as soon as tihe skull, which had been taken away by P'ro fessor Allan for f...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. MONDAY, 30TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

COUNCIL. NlWS.. - ---0:- NIunlawading Council ... 313sn.' ;lrY. 'SrL'rr SriM oim .. • l'resentl.--CCr. ll.augiionl (1.riciMient) iit tho clhaii'r, :a3d Crs. C3o3k, Iiat'liji's, ., all'\rilltli3, Pi3l)3Orill, .ElliingworL.t, Mlor. tlon, lliship,, 3llnd l Iotidley. ]:ront tih 1ailway l epar tuint, cn. ,lo)ing1 tracing. pin of 3staion-st'eeit, Ilhli:kbtin .1Receivltd Ii'oini tIlla liidtir Trrlasll.'3'., stating • that the oout3iil's Injoi t y o3. 1the Govori intitL subsidy for 1~:J lilnqltilllg.tot., , .JI2,I was, 3vi33hl3lo, 313 r. Cr orltoni wni ' . of opinlion Ialit, Iho. Io unil blnoulod 1,e funrniished with' infoimuation #(iRwing ho'.. th1 tot3l1 ,3ws arript l, Ilo thoughlt , I mlt tho oiincil i3d a right to dclmanml l* thlt inforrnHtion. TI. teller',wns ro ceived. FIromn thie D)Ilartnlollnt of Lnand3s ro 133ow33 gl'lnit iii Niiuinwnding.-.Reveile[. Irol)l ,ohl3 Coates aind Co., aeknoovw. lodging reeilpt of lottler front coiniil, ntln .latilg lhllt tlhy wereo Iluhiilli?g o0 withi ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATER SUPPLY FOR THE EASTERN SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

WATER SUPPLY (FO, THE" EASTERN SUBURBS. A lhllic Inceting was held in lthleleerca. tion ]Iall, llhx lill, on Friday evening, 27th HSept., for the lIulrpooo of agitatilng for a water supply for the Easterna Suburbs . Tile moot ing was held under the ouspics of tim Numnwading Council, and was presided over by Cr. lhaughton, tihe presidcnt of the shire. Tile chairman, in opening the muoeting, detailed at length! all tile casles wliclth hIad induced tile Council to move in tim matter. Thie Council had made an application to Mr. Nimnlo to get a reservoir at Mitchamt, and a replly had boeen roceived front hin that a trial l?urvey woutld e madie with tile purpose of seeooing what could be done in tile way of getting the reservoir mnade at that plance. The Council, aflter waiting for some time, nnd oeeing that notling Iwas done ill tile muatter, againl ronoewed thie applichtion to Mr. NitlllllO's tcceoor, wthen tlhey woero ilnforrted thalt no promise had been given to the Council thalit the...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

DEPUTATIONS, A doputation fromn thle Nunawandilng Con oil consisting of the Proesident (Cr. Ilaughton),. and Ors. Cooko, Morton, and Ellingworth, wAited upon MIr. CO..thbort, the Mlinister of Justioc, for tile plrpose of bringing undear his notlice a joint requeost fromn the locanl ienoh of magistratea and tlhe Councll, viz.: thalnt Cr. Bilshop, the late Presidoent, should be appointed aeon o of Her MaIjesty's Justics of the Peace. TheI deputation was to have boon introduced by Dr. aDobon, but owing tn that glntlenloan Ibeoing unavoidabll y absent the Prosidlent of the shiro introduced the doeptation. Ieo inforlned thle Minister of Justico that tllhe Nlii'lnwalldinl Coucil, in con. junction with the lio? x ll1 hluc of ni islc f .i trailtol halI madei th ii re?ist that the liniei iof Crl. Hill p should bet he 'ludel aiionllgll the geIoticni.Lolln who vliric ihvleteod with t1he lan. iivinii of the place. The visti'rn iii pinlll sit thi district whi, om Cr. Ilisihop resided r' ,lariii/...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

STA'ITE SCHOOL CONCERT, T?e grand entertatilnient in conlnectioli wilth Mr. Allan's State school look placo on Tuosday veining in the Itecreation flal, Box Ilill. There was anl exceedingly largo nltelndance. In fact it might be said tlhat the hall was "lllpacked from Iloor to coiling." At half.last seveni Mr. Talbett took the chair n;d made a tofew introductory remanrks, alfter whlich theo prologue was delivered by M. Cot. tlon, a little girl anhoult cleven years of ago, with inarkcd intelligence. The next itoin was a chorus by the cihldrenc, whlchl wnas well stuing. A very amusing recitation wans then given tlly Master J. Ilritnell. The clhoruns, , Glidin3: into Fairyland," which was sung by the inflnt scholars, proved that i lot tof careo and attention had bcon bestowed on their training. Moot of thloso taking part could oily have been in the cllllcnmntary classes. A short recitation by Miss Minnie hlritnell was then giveni. Following tils wits a duut anld chorus liy the children....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

gaRool, ~nlvelrlloll k Crici~tiogh Nit f~rl 20a. I I fiiL.~' norl( ohig I N fO(wl.uI NI; ~w

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SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

SURREY HILLS. [.maOM Oaw. cOtarisrovt.iXT.] )During the wooek things have boon quiet in Surroy Hills, and ais a conso qluoteo there is not much for me to dilato upon, but still one or two things have occurred which are worth menotioning. I notice that Mr. M'Neil, of tihe Surrey Hillls Hotel, who was so badly injured a short timo ago is able to got about again. ie looks very unwell; and it is doubtful if hle will be able to attend the Court on Friday. Hlow oever, under the carefuil ail skilful attention of Dr. Stocks he is fast ap proaching convidosconso, and it is now only a matter of tinio when hle will be all right again. Another accident happened on Thursday in Burroy Ilills, which might havo boon attendold with seri ous -consequences, Dr. Sticks drovo up iti his buggy to Mr M'Noill's hotel with the intolition of paybiLg "a pro fessioainl visit' to Mr, Ml'Nbill. Tihe doctor was, accompanied by his wife whio was loft 'in chargeo of tihe veolhicle. At the tino the o:doctor ontored ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAND SALE AT SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

LAND SALE AT SURREY HILLS. --:o:- The openling land sale of t1he h?_sn took iplace atl Hurrey lHIlls on Saturday Ist. A lar'go number of people assembled on thu ground. No doubt a largo, majority for the prplos merely of ascorltaiinug whetlhcr the prices would comlpare with thlose of lasRt year, but Inotwithtandilg thcos there was a fair uprinkling of genullino bidders. Eighiteen lots wore offeored. Eleven of theso front Union-road witlhin a short distanc of the station, and the remainder were situated in (tuildford. The priceso offered for Union road frontages ramnged froml.f Hs. to £9 is. per fool. Although thero were fair prices for the firut sale they were not consilored good enough, a reserve of £15 per foot being placed on some of the land, which is well worth the money, and which we boliove will realino that price before very long. A villa standing on lift. of land was sold at £675, andl two allotments at £6 were alo disponl ed of. For the (Iluildford-road frontage theo lidhl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

Special Advertisemenots. SATUlDAYI; 5th OCTOIBER. On the Premises. At Throee o'clock. SURREY HILLS MONT ALIIERT MOA)D, Near Union Boad. TWO ACRES OCHAItD & COTTAGE. C/ANEY & KELTLY are instructed by the owner, C. Ii. Morgan, Esq., who iss? ling the district, to Soil by Plublic Auction, as above, All that piece of land having a frontago of 380 ft to Mont Albert Bond, and a similar frontageo to Empress noad, hby a depth of 204L it through, con. taining about two acres, part laid out as Orchard, planted with choicest fruit trees just coming into bearing. On the land is erected a comfortablo four-roomed Cottage, and inuncrous? out-offces. The position of this property is one ol ths bhost ill this favourite subirb, and is splen. didly adaptcd for sublliv'ison into Building Sites,. boing within a ofew minutes' walk of S hpt Surrey Hilla station, It commands -'so vioca,-taij is. lii time innnadiuste Svionli# at rtha@v'.lla ldonosw'orfe"ro. Jobbins, ly$rno, ans Faunhausor . ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

BUR~ETON & KNOX,~ ESTArBLISIIII)D IS82. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, 13U4*\1VOOD) ROAD, HA- VTHORN. Hi?lghcst Awards Melbourne Contonnial and Adelaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Socond at the lato National Agricultural Society's Show. Carriages, J3uggics, Phatons, Gigs, &c., in stock and built to order. .+ ;~: 2nA1ns AEnNoiU erATN.' ,OAAiR. u aLWOUrw - DESIGNS SUBMITTED. 1'JL, LI.~II RY AND nDRAPERYn I:STABLISHMENII W. " ST.rTIOS nSuTWr, Box Hlur.. The Ladies of Box lill and Surrounding Districts are invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they have on hand a Splendid Assortment of SPRING AMD SUMMER MILLItERY IN TIIE NEWIEST STYLES. Also, A lood Assortment of Ladies' and Childrens' Underclothing, losiery, and Glovesa. Also, Plain and Fancy iiihns, teo. II0AP1 STRAW HIATS A BSPECIALITY Aspinall & MclMurdie, IIOUSE, LAN)D d0 EST'I'.TE A(GElT.S, :oarldO or TOIINRD, OF STATION & RUTLAND STS. BOX HILL. LOOAL AGENTS FOl- I'ctria lsHranse Comwnsy .ibmit...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

LOCAL NEWS. ,-:0: We aro glad to aen tlht stope are beilg taken by the Council to get alturatioRs and taddlitionr mnde to the Coart-houoe at Ilox Ilill which will tend very much to inlprovc it. Now tlihat theo Coitlcil has taken thisl matter in hand we hoplo it will not roent until tho old Court-house is razedi to thu groundl; and a building creCted in its place which will Io ani ornamnent and credit to Ilox liill. The district is a large one, and it should havo a Courtr-honso whlich is coinaensurats with the iliilortance of the district. When it is conishloredl that lox Ilill is the only oun bletwcin Ilawtliorn and Iilydalc, tho depart. Iieit sIitouli ci tLhat Ithey roct ar builinlg that will boe equal to iLll the dltllanis Inlade npon it. Whilst thu Council has this mnlatter in hand it shoutld also intetlrst it:tIlf in gtlting new ipolo qunartcra erected in Ilox llill. Hlel.-coaistaldelI hlyd is "crihd·l, cliiiced andl eoitileti ' i f al'iltc which is i a diiqrace to thc: dittriot...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

TiU1 cost of crime I Who can estimate its cost?. This is a qu6stion which has been suggested to 'our minds by tho cost which has boon incurred in bringing Robert Landolls, who will honceforth bo known as the Ringwood murderer, to justico. First of ll tlhero was thio Coroner's inquest, at which soimo 40 witnesses woro 'x amined, and then camno tho trial. Any one knows, wh!o has over had any dealings with lto law courts, what such a trrial as that of Jobert Laudolls would bb likely to cost. All this oxpense, to say nothing about tlio troublo,ihas hlild,:to b~'borno by, tlo State. 'In oi'dor to bring tho con vict to justico tho brother of the do. coased had to bo brought a distance of 800 miles. lie had to leavo his business anlost at a moment's notice and undertake a long and todious journey, for which tho amount tihat is allowed by the Stato for expenses would not recoup him. All the wit nesses in the caso had to lose their tino at thi inquest and at the trial. Whloi woo: reckon up w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. BLACKBURN V. RICHMOND RAMBLERS' [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1889

CRICKET     BLACKBURN V. RICHMOND RAMBLERS   This initttll was expected to tho roughly test thoe mInorits of thIe Ilack burn Cjlub, as tile opposing team con tained such batsumen as3 J. W. IlHtst ings (the wellkomown voteran), J. Mullot, Carnard, Brock andl Brond bent. Mr. Hastings mado 152 iot out, showing that he had not lost any of his old stylo. The Ramnblors olosed theoir innings with tihe grand total of 281 runs. Blackburn thon woent to thllo wickets, and lost two wickets for 83 runs. The following aro the total scores: Th31HL'lith 'I?.\IULEIIR. las?tings, not out.. .. ' .. 15'2 Nathan, 8a nccsby, b Mortimrr .. 45 Moullut, Sucesby, h M*Lollan .. 5' Ilrondbent, II MConib .. .. 0 Tipping, b M'Cob ... : I Itrllnard, c J. Sllcesby, h ~iCollb 0 Clarke, b M'Lullan 1I II. lirock, c O'Keofo, b i'Comb .. I G(i'nt, b MiJcllan ..1 hlaillird, b 0l'Lollan .. .. O cltz, c l'airry, b 8. bIcesby ,, 11 Total., ,, . 211 , l? " ) canluinx. : ' Gtunnor, b Mu...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

MR. GEORGE )(NIGHT, (CORN I)OCTOII.) ( IS 'IIII' 183,.) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, VMIELobOURNE. EOS leave to nequaint the Goettry and the Publio that ho offectually removeo Corns and li iolaun wiholltot tlo.tRlilltoot pllt or lncalltlg. Ctlosltlna, IliruloIr r w 'oo Nollo, and other ipodim ntll oi tt I theu Iroo ruo of tlhe foont rnovod. In ill onaos tIl oo oo soltlIod baforo opratlug. TO LA:DTIIn1S n twor. Ko Ight'a moto of'treatment, tI crlon, t0a10y anoid without tile laint Inoonorelenco or pninl Tr. kiltz itdo s nti doonl It icooasnry, in lorder to Ilxiro eoitlitlca Ill fhit own yst?Lll. to doplruion to thal it olhors i nor dona ho roely nolly for ota llon t u.t I u,, llfuitn robnatlo, or naylthin t slort of tIo very hltihons a renoitnm ldln ttolo. lit. 1{tll it. l tlll inl larly olTora lla oor lcno to thoso who halvo boon undor tho onto ot lthoro of thil prooiealon, hs tho plaint o adopts Ist No Cuoro, No [P' y, i OORI.N SOL'VV7ITT -Two klndsI koplt, OiO for Bunion, Thai nod to ruin Co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Under this heading is inserted, free of charge, the namne and address of overy one advertising regularly in our columns. Any advertiser whose name may have been omitted is requested to comnnulnicate t the offlice. Architeet- A. E. Clarke, Blackburn. (i. V. )llackburne, Blox Hill. Auctioneers-? lradley a!d Curtain, Mitohaim. Bakers A. Lawson, White liorso Road, Box Iill. ilBank-.A ' ` English, Scottish and Australian Chartered liank. Melbourne Savings Bank, . 'I.'. ?! ,John Alsoi, Actuaryl, oBees' Supply Company L. T. Chambers, Franklin Street, Melb. Bisouit Manufactnourer Swallow and Arioll, Port Melbourne. Blacksmiths and Wheolwrights Bergmaln and Cemm, Cantorbury.road, Box lill. A. Glennio, White IHorse-road, Box Hill. Geo. Newman, (irahamn-t., Port Meth. C. Sutton, White lhorso Ioad, Box HIill. BIoardinghouso- A. T. Lewis, Canterbury Ild., Surrey Iills, Bookseller O. E. Ellingworth, Main onad, Box Ill, Bootmakers J. Goad, Station-st., Box Hill. Blrassounde...

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE LITTLE FRAULEIN. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

THE STORY-TELLER. S0---- OiCAPTEi-a IV. -llut she said: "' Indoed it would he ,very kind if Hlerr Leslie would snetmhnes sing with me; but to rehearse is so tedious, is it not ?" Tedious? Ah, sheo did notcknow all that it would be to Philip. Why, he would have gone without his dinner an y day, only to stand outside the the door and hear her sing. Blut to be in the sne u room with her, to singu with her from Ileethloven, Mendelsshon, Mosart, and those other great ones, whlose melodies were to him almost what the, sun is to the Ilowers-alh ! no indeed, that could not he tedious to P'liilitp. The next morning he was hovering round the Potsdamer Strasso: an hour before the time appointed for the paeticeo, and punetu ally to tile minute he presented himnsel at Friiulein Werner's house, and was led tby a little black foot.-by up" a broad flight of stairs to a room,whlioh was more like an enchanted bower in a fairy tale than the abode of a mortal. lIut this, as Philip thought, was as it sh...

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A HERO IN HUMBLE LIFE. A WORKMAN DESCENDS INTO A CASTING PIT TO RESCUE A FALLEN COMRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

A IHERO IN IIUMIUtIE LWt1E. A WVou?.irAN DE:scI:xo,n SINro A CvATIxIO 1'P'r TO IEsCOU A F1AlL.:E COMIALO." (From the Pall Mall Gazete.) About 8 o'clock on Saturday night, May 18, 1880, as some workmen in the Siemctns department of Thomas Firth and Sons, Shellield, were about to remove a red-hot steel ingol, weighing twenty-six tons, from the casting pit, a terrible accident accurred. 'the 100-ton travelling crane had been brought into position over the ingot,-which stood in the casting pit,. when, as one of the work Inen, Stanley, was adjusting the chain on the crane, his- foot slipped, and he loll into the pit, a distance of fifteen foot, right down beside the column of red-hot steel. SBone idea may possibly be formed of the awful nature of Stanley's position when it is known that the ingot had but a feow hours previously been a sea of bubbling fluid in the furnaces. And, then a deed was done at which one's flesh creeps as one thinks of it. A labourer known familarly as " Sailor Ja...

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BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 10 October 1889

BOX HILL POLICE COURT, F"aalu, Ourounalln 4. Wi?n. T'erry;, * respectable looking 'man, was charged oiwith making use of olbiceoa hlinguage it Surreiy Hills on the 23rd Septemnber. Constable Wilson de-. Ililed at length the behlavior.of the pris?lnr, who made use of bad liilgimage, tanld eloedll thle constable of laving la down upon'.1 him.. .1[. was..-farth la- tlnrgat waith rMesisting the poluice in the execLution of their duty; and damaging poliuo: uniform., The Bunc0h lined, the prisoner 20s. for being drunk, 21s. for damage to police uniform, anlld .C. for using obseenou langunge, with the alterna tivr of a montthll's imt ris'nimoent. The hlito ias paid. Alfred Hlthvi, was charged with steal, (ingI t 1 1ro1 'i i fr ,et', the pr?Itprly of .ita.ik It. .i..l..In ns, of.. cai?,, a.ii . it appeared fi.ni thlt evidene of plailti f.. r that Iho defeldant had(tho right to cut down all the treces iin a paddock, with the exceptiun of about 2U, and it was one of tlhese plrollibited trees ...

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