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A Phenomenal Sort of Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

A Phenomenal Sort of '?n t -??; -: Horse. ; . The following , concerning, Carbine's ? early performance* apppat^ iin ii-Jcent .iipue'bf the Christobnrch (N.Z.) ' Wo'eWy . i-«iie8B ' J — 'It is much to be wisheil that '^Uptfbip* could now bo'safely transieriea 10 '' 'jSt&Wdt and tnere 1)e Pven au °Pl)01' JjA-HtmiiyTtptoeet some of the best of his JlfiOuaiiiiliiiLweight-foi-ajge races. There is is^J»fpba1)ly':'n6l a' tnan in the. .Australian 'Ji^^jip^aes*to^iay who does' not lielieve that ^t^tK»fei?.|he greatest racehorse th'at ever ? ??' ^^^l^y^iild^gtaboi^^t,.. and, if ?': V-Sej^psa^would lay' ijdds oiitheirMierp -:' wth pefffiot 4hwrfalneBS%(iin8t nny liors,* 'now^ivingin the old world or vho new, .*' -l^hatiijiB coitfttgo was pis-a yoanjrflter we '^?-1'^^.1^!iteremSpib1er/-'S'6iJiinBtflvei- beat ? -htmVand he used generally to win withoon ' 'iummate easB.' &t lastfciime our Autumn Meeting arid tho' Challenge Stakes, and. - fofi,lie^takes.tho anticipation of a good ...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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News of the World. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

News of tlie World. The Rev. J. Chalmers, whilst addressing a meeting in the Wesicyaii Central lHall, Manchester, on 10th October last, fell back and expired. .,. ..', ] ..?»,. 1 Mrs O'Connor, wife of Mr A. O'Connor, AI.P.( fall from 'a railway bridge at Wal worth, on the llth October, . and , was greatly injured. ? ,' \ -??-.:????;-. The result of a consultation' of 'phyei ciane has been to declare the King of Hollandto be jnentallyiincapacitated from: transacting public business. ,4 Jlegency1 will probably be appointed. ' i ' ' J ? i The, Turkish man-of-war Ertogrol and - 584 lives were lost at the entrance of the I\ii Channel/ Japan. It appears' tbat dur ing a typhoon the vessel struck a rock, and immediately' afterwards .a 'boiler burst, blowing-,. the .ship into fragments/ and:'1 huriing \he crew into the sea. f Gsman Pasba, who was on board, made a heroic struggle, and might have1 Baved himself, had npt lie s|truck hia head against a spar. Only 69 out of 653 persons pn board w...

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HOBART. December 1 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

HOBART. ? w [BY ELEOTUIC TELEGBAPH.' [iROBt OUR OWN COREESPONDEHI.] 'DflPpmViDi' [ A n^w Private Stock Exchange was opened to*day at the oflice of Mr H. J, Warner, Coliius-street. The member's roll is at proaent confined to 15 members. Air F. J. Pike wus elected chairman ; Mr II. J. Warner, vice-chairman ; and Mr W H. Oinant, secretary. The toast of the I new Exchange was drunk in the usual manner.

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MINING. THE JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

?'?'' ':':; MINING. '. — ? ? ^' ? _. ? ? [BY OUB SPECIAL, MB. O. D. GIBSON \ The jokoiion. ' It %s some time now'sinoe work was sus pended on. this mine. At the time of the suspension it was understood that a general meeting of shareholders had ; authorised !tne directors to appoint a mine manager, who1. should . be compelled to devote his whole attention to the nanage i meht of the mine (.Mr Allison, the ? late i manage^ having certain other properties^ , under his charge). From this move On ttne part1 of the shareholders, I, for one, ijPettaibly X!9u8iderod'tUat it meant no slight whatever on Mr Allison's abiUtiee, 'but' that a more comprehensive and syste malic ' manner of working was to be adopted ip opening up t!.e rainp. The1 nionths, howevei-, ave goiug pa-it', iin I in stejd_ of there being any sign -of increased activity, matters ,ut tlio miue hav« bpnn '(ilJmFVirt logo to sleep, it'lhad lu»,'-oui..! to bea shareholder in tlie mine, I should, certainly want to Imow why, and...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. Melbourne, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

Intercolonial Gables. [BY SUBMARINE GABLE.] [fiwm our ows cob respondent.! VICTORIA. Melbodhnb, December 1. The inquest on the horribly-mutilated remains of Duggo Mull, who was mur dered, it is believed, by his mate, opened at Healsville to-day, and was adjourned till the 10th instant. ; Altred George Jones, the fraudulent insolvent, was to-day sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labour. Justice Hodgson, in passing sentence, said the accused would have been honest if no strain had been put upon his honesty. The officers engaged in investigating the best means of making provision for the coastal defence of Australia, returned to Adelaide to-day, and will be in Mel bourne during the remainder of this week before proceeding to Tasmania.

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I.I.ODGE, ZEEHAN [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

„ T5&dg£ zMM. ^ The impresai *e ceremony of installing l the officers of the riewly.Sormed Masonic Lodge was performeS^-yesterday, at 3 p.m., in the Zeehan Institute, by the I QMA ffifcrater of the Tasmauian Order, ttJ It*v%/T-. Poulett-Harris, M.A., assisted by ''a number of distinguished officers of the RoyalArch. The follow iffi its ftfoe distribution of the various officersMiBro. J. P. Haslett, W.M.; Bro. G. P. Sinclair, S.W.; Bro. J. ,T. HeiglMy,*J.W.-, Bto. R. McKimmic, Treasttfer'; Bro.'P. Lloyd, S.D.; Bro. - N. FoGte, Secretary j Bro. W. AVar ^oqE^-Sr^»Brx». I'reraaine, O.G.: Bro. McLoughUn.JLGL; Bros. W. Truscott * and T.' Wat^lSfcoWards. : ? '?? .7.?,'! .' ^TfiE ^BANQUET. The festive jratboring of thc-members of the craft which wns held last night at ' Anderson's Coiumerciiil Hotel, .»vas a most undoubted success. 'The large dining room, which /hits r. ccntly lieon added by tlio enterprising 'Holt to his already extensive establishment,' was,- just large enoujrh In...

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Correspondence. ZEEHAN RAILWAY TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

Correspondent. : ZEEHAN HiiLWJflC?^ -, Sib,— I note with interest the mWiW news in your enterprising paperJii*eU*r people. I am glad to see, are awa*eniu« to other questions beside thatVjf scrip deal&ig. . . But while agitatingforroaasaaduiDreased telegraphic facilities, I am surprised that so little interest is. manifest at Zeehan as regards the progress of the railway. Here at Stranan we are f ajjed rwiCh a serious problem, and ,we ask ourselves — 'How is the field to be supplied six' months hence if the present influx of population is sustained? At present over 200 .tons of cargo are landed at Trial «very week, aiad about 300 tons arrive atBtrahan. A few days ago I viewed . the United Steam ship Co.'s' store; which was filled to the' roof, the Cambria ilay .alongside the wharf fully loaded for Trial, and on th« wharf was a cargo from. Hobart just discharged of perishable stores, with no covering except a few sails. For three mouths the pipes for tbe ; Mount ' Ze'ebas (Tas...

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Stock & Share Market. THE ZEEHAN EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

Stoekf& Share MwrUet. j THE ZEEHAN EXCHANGE. The Secretary of the Stock Exchange'of i Zeehan reports the following sales and quotations made on ^Change on December ' 2 : — Sylvester (contributing), b Is 9d, s i 2s 3d; Montana, s 10s 6d; Newstead, b ; 8d, s Is 3d ; Good Intent, b J17, s .£20 ; [ Silver Bell (paid up), s 10s 6d ; Silver King, s £105 ; Silver Queen, s £8 10s ; Streams, b is Id, b 2s 6d$ Masim/BSs 6d, 4sCd; Grubb, b 6s 9d; Balstrup,b ; 13s ; Comet Extended, b 74s, s 75s, sales j ? 74s 6d ; Kobinson, s 42s.' '; ' ' Sales and quotations at Robinson's and Pead's Public Stock Exchange last night: ; Arizona, b £3 10s, s £6 ; Ainslie, bis, s Is '- 3d ;-. Bell (paid up),,b 11s 6dj s 13s ; Ban- '? nfer Cross, b £4 10s, s ^6' 10s ; Bonan'za, ? b 5s, 8 7s ; Crown Extended, s J66 ; Comet Extended,' b £3 10s, 6 £4, sales £3 16s;: Central Dundas, b 2s 6d, s 3s 3d ; Duke, b Is Id, s Is 6d, sales Is 3d ; Devenport, b2s, sasSdjLbrd/Dundas, b Is lod, s- 2s, sales Is lOJd, Is 11J...

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New Business Establishments. MR. A.P. MILLER'S CHEMIST SHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

New Business Estab lishments. MR. A. P. MILLER'S CHEMIST SHOP. Mr A. P. Miller, the wel-kuown chemist, of Hobart, has opened a hranch establish ment in this UWil, u nicd Wu:itlii:i-lnMi.l gable-ended cottage, with a frontage ot' oUit, ana ^argo pltue-^iass allow windows, having been specially buili for him by Messrs Stulm Bros., 01 kluUuvc, under the personal supurvison-of Mr J. Stabb, and great credit is due for the good v,'..-:-!;iu!Uithip displnycl t!iro;ighouu Tit i iaienov i* Uutjd. witu voujjuo nud gruuvwd Pip?; yftvp.is^ri, m& W Uttings m% of highly polished cedar. A very fine speei men'of cabinet maker's work in the shape . of a slkow case -lined with .mirrors anil plate-glass covers one of the side walls. Full ?accommodation has been provided for the proper display of a large stock, both in th^Bhpp itself and pn'ebbw j(u the window, afl Jffr Miller clainiB that ;the establish ment contains a ,«upk'. equal 'to any in Tasmania.' 'r;- -««' M^-TT^-: - ? i-ffln'-u*'',-: ...

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European Gables. London, November 30. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

Eueopea-n Gables. fBY SUBMARINE OABLEJ. (prom ona own correspondent.) London, November 30. ; .' Mr. Parnell has issued a manifesto to the people of Ireland, setting forth, not ; only the present position of himself, but also of a revised scheme for Home Hiile, \ as suggested to him by Mr. Gladstone. Mr. Paruell, in his manifesto^ states , that the people of Ireland complain that i the Liberal wire pullers have destroyed | the integrity and independence of a sec- ; tion of the Home Rule party ; but he ? adds that he- and his party object to Mr. Gladstone claiming the right' to veto^ the choice of the Parnellites in electing theirlea'der, and he regards the wide inde- ? pendehj;(e of the Irish party above all ? other considerations. . i Dealing with the position of his party, . Mr. Parnell states that in November ' last, when visiting Mr. Gladstone at ? Hawarden, the latter explained that the future policy of the Liberal party as re- i gards Home Rule involved a reduction ; in the num...

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SHIPPING HOBART December 2. HOBART SAILED Tuesday, December 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

P SHIPPING. I Mr El.ECTRIC TELEGRAPH.! llfUM OUR OWN COUtlKSl'ONDENTS. I , IlOBAQT .. , ? December 2. HOBART. SAILED. Tuesday. December 2nd. Frllingcr, ?-.*., T J. Chaplin, forStraVmn. Vmntmgm :— -Mdmes. J. Smith, Stnnton, ?nd W. Walker; Miislers Siraonds; Messrs. W. Walker, Simond*. Helmut-., N..(-lc, A.',»fl. Smith. .T. - nine. T. K. Mnnre, MvSamarn, Earl, liossinm, King, Cox., Keep, Bnnvij. Maihews, E. Burgess, tipster, J. Bishop Usborne, J. Sm:th, A. Peoples, ?; -BJ DHl'M !\V. 'CortlwM. und 12 in the eleerngu. '/(IJbftjVjniJlh;. -nyss jto-mnnnw for Trial Harbour, with largo cargo nnd passenger list. .i»riUUAN. The ss. Bellinger will loavo for llobart .rlliWk'iAiiiAilidivi-s fur Hobiirtoii Fii lay lit 3 p.m. tWOdrt^ '%'J,;i fMiiibrin arrive.? ' from N.W. tJoasi poila ou Tuna-lay, with full cargo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

i^JWwm^AHA^ '' fentwt sifwli ,^'f!^eaW!6?Hob6rt.1'.— ' : : ,smi-f a?ftesda.y| Dfefcefnber 2nd, W noon.' ; edJ (-iSatordav, December feth, 4 p.m. \ tri! *r-fl$hufcBday, 'December 11th, at noon. ! 5 ?!-( ,??? /. raesday,'!DepeHber ISttiy lit 'noon: ? i ?''? r.-- I ^Saturday* J?ettembtei-SOth,;at 4 p.m. ! ! ? ?*??????'. J5atfodaftf December 27th,1 at, noon.* j ,,j (,„ j31»uiiB(j!»y; Pepgmber ,4th, et noon. ? keif .t--MQ9foy- jPecemberi8tli, at noon. '? i-r,;'- -:;R-atu™ay- Deoembpr I3th, at noon. : ,,:,.. .^Thursday,. December i8th, at noon. ? .!,!-! ,., Tuesday, December 23rd, at noon- ?.!. ....,.,? Tuesday, December 30th, at noou. '??' -TeireB:— Saloon, 20s; Steerage, lUsi; ?';''?,' Deck House, 5s extra. ' T. A. REYNOLDS & CO, ??????. Stock and Sharebrokers SAYLEY & WALCH i STOCK & SHAREBROKERS^ '; lQj ELIZABETH STREEtT , f HCBART, TASMANIA. Ernest T, SimondSj ': Stock a^d Sharebroker, -. ; 16, ELIZ iBETH STREET, , ; . HOBABT, ; ,,fp3fL!LET & WESTpOTir...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890. THE ZEEHAN-STRAHAN RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

' For tbe oen«« th»t IboIu suutauce * /or tbe wrong that nwls refUtAttt* For Vat future in the dtttuua in! tte good Uiut we o»n -lo.' : '? WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890. THE ZE-EHAtt-STKAaiN BAIL WAY. ' RKBimssT a' letter, which appears iti ; our com-Bpoudenci? columns, will be read with interest by all who have the speedy development of this district at henrt. lie therein noints out the fact that sroods intended for Zeeban are accumulating rapidly at Straban, owing to the inability of the boat owners to dclim more than 200 tons pi?r week at Trial Harbour with the boats at prosent iii the trade, ' and lie culis atteiitiou to the state ui' things wliicli will probably exist, l-y the time tlu» )'» i! way --iit its present j-ate uf ?progivss — is iinijlii'd, cbnsidcrhig.j the . rapid growth of tlie populatiuu oi, the fi«iil, ciiid tnc conijspondingly increased '?? nni.iunt of supplies winch will be re- '? quired,' We know 'Jftesident v-.tpte a gentleman exceptionally well-informed on tli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

jM^ecial Advertisements. ifEE NEW STEAMSHIP iAavrju .;, -?- ?;:.?? ? ?? ? Will leay;en.HpBAET. for Trial Habboub, via Stralian, THpBSPAY NOON. ^ jreigM oi passage apply O3 °; ^ 1USliY' Zeehan ; .OD &Z- ::? HoBART . e. ;...'- .. ' ? ?sVyfeiAL NOTICE ^fep BUILDEHS AT MOUNT * ZEEHAN & STltAHAN. FJ^rJp|iati4|!^4 e?t Miux, diiv.ct from the is?.- «??-'-.?-?'?? jjnlfcic:— . WJ^WjOOO'feefT. & G. Pine, 6 by 1. „»«« »,.,:.«, ,, « by |. „ ? -^ p(K)rS) 6ft (Jin Jjj 2ft gin |,y Uin ; tift 8in by 2ft Sin by Urn ; Oft ftmAMUiKn by IJin ; 7ft by 3ft by2iu. ??? ^Special arrangements may be made .^Atf/ris'Ifor freight to Stralian or Trial Harbour. We have our own. steamer ?nd sailing vessels. ,RISBY BROS., Af.i.-^»- 6, Elizabeth Street, .- %L. HOOD, ' . ?BOOfifeStiLKK, STATIONED, AND .. tt&ittC SKLLER, UVEEPOdt iifi'^LlZAllKni STUEJiTS, T/L. fflSfl.D«olioltfi#i' patronage of his West Coast JTricnds, Add bem tooosBure them that nny {irdets ieommitted to his oare will li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

Government Advertisements £5 REWARD. YyHEREAS much damage is done * T to the West Coast Telegraph Lines, more particularly by destroying the insulators and negligently falling trees and timber across such lines of communication : Notice, is hereby given, that a Reward of Five Pounds will be paid to* any person or persons giving such information as will lead to the con viction of any offender or offenders against the provisions of the Acts relating thereto. By Order, .'?'?'??? EOBfc HEHRY* Superintendent of Telegraphs. November 13th 1890. TlOENSING DISTRICT -OF ?' MACQUARIE. A^NUAl RESTING, Dec, 11,1890. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing applications for Justice's Certificates approving of Public-house Licenses being granted hare been received :— James Joseph Gaffney, Macquarie Har bour Hotel, Strahan. Joseph Cordell, King River Hotel, Strahan. Charles Grining, Royal Exchange Hotel, Strahan. ?Frank Harvey, Queen River Hotel, Lynchford. . Gamaliel Webster, Trial Harbour Hotel...

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STRAHAN. COURT OF MINES. [Before Mr. Commissioner Fowell.] 24th November 1890 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 3 December 1890

STRAHAN,     [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] COURT OF MINES.         (Before Mr. Commissioner Fowell.)   24th November, 1890.       This morning Mr Fowell gave his de- cision in the Mining dispute Bauley v. Davis. The Commissioner said that he   had gone carefully through the whole of the evidence, taken both at Mount Zeehan and Strahan. He also recapitulated the most salient points of the evidence given by the witnesses, both for the objector and applicant. The decision given by the     Commissioner was that the objector had totally failed to substantiate his claim, and that the decision would be for the appli- cant Davis. The decision given by the   Commissioner was that the objector had totally failed to substantiate his claim, and that the decision would be for the appli- cant Davis. The Comissioner st...

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Correspondence. THE COMING ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 December 1890

Correspondence. THE COMING ELECTIONS. TO THE ED1T0B. Sib, — The question has now been decided that the Zethan, Dundas, and Straban dis tricts should, end must, have a representa tive in the Parliament of Tasmania. Tha t being so, Low is this end to be attained with the least possible delay I Permit me to offer as a suggestion to the men of the district, a plan by which this mneh'to be d(lfed end can be attained at the coming elHKns, if the men of Zeehan and the dis trict 'will be true to their own interests. Call a muBs meeting of the electors, and submit to that meeting the names of those pel tons who are willing to become candi dates for the seat, then ballot for your man. But renember, before this ballot can be of any practical use, two tilings are necessary. The first is, that the meeting shall pledge itself with, at all events, a fair approach to nnanitnity, that those present will support by vote and influence the man selected by the ballot, wfan taken. The second is, ' that e...

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CRICKET. NOTES BY F.M.A.M. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 December 1890

CRICKET. NOTES BY F.M.A.M. By the kind permission of the proprie tore of Ithe ' Zeehan and Dundas Herald,' X will supply to the many players and supporters of cricket who nave cast their lot on the far off West Coast a weekly OTpply of the latest cricketing notes. The following shows the reBult of Seniors. Won Lost Drawn Wellington ? 0 ... 1 ... 0 Derwent ? 0 ... 0 ... 0 Break u' Day ? 1 ... o ... 0 Juniohs. St Joseph's ? 1 ... Q ... 0* Wellington..; ? 0 ... 0 ... 0 Derweut ? 0 ... 1 ... 0 Break o' Day ? 0 ... 0 ... 0 The match set down for Saturday last on the/ S.T.C.A. roster was Derwent v. Weljfogtoft, The match caused a little more than1 usual interest on account of 4he re-appearance of the well-known Kenny Burn, and a great number of per sons assembled to witness what was expected to be something fresh. But, alas, Kenny fell a victim to the hands of Adkieisoii with only one. But his comrades went in with a strong heart, and the' following added to the Wellington score in first-...

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ZEEHAN BRASS BAND. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 December 1890

ZEEBAN BHASS BAND. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — I was pleased to notice in your columns some time ago that the Zeehau Brass Band had been formed, and tl-»t sonn we were to have our town enlivenc I wiili the strains of music; but so far only one practice hns been held, and motliinke tlio instruments will rust for want of use, a:«l that is a pity, considering the many gond bandsmen we huvc in our midst. Hoping that you will uso your best, efforts to rou--; the slumberers. Yours, &c. MUSIC.

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THE VALUE OF AN OATH. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 December 1890

THE VALUE OF AN OATH. TO THE EDITOR. . Sib, — On Saturday I was tried in our present commodious Police Court before the S.M. on a charge of using obscene language, and was convicted. The public here who know me know about my trial, although it has not been pub lished. I wish them to know the facts of the caBe, but as at the same time I do not wish others to know my name, I must ask you to accept a nom-de-plume. The facts are these : — On the way to my camp on Friday night one of the newly-arrived uuiiouiuico luiu me tu gu iJUllits ill a HLyxe not unusual to the uniformed officers of the Crown. I did not see what business it was of his, and told him to go to Gehenna, only I did not use that exact word. At the trial the constable swore I used ob scene language, and his oath was taken against mine, which was to the effect that I bad only used the expression mentioned above. 'There was no other evidence, so I wish you to let it be known that it was only his oath against mine, and that t...

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