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Wednesday, January 20, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nimmo, Haig, Mouat, and Sandilands.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

'?Wednesday, January 20,18(19. (JJcforo H'essra. Martin, lummo, Utiig, Moual', uucl Sjunclilnuds.) . ' The Land Spcvulalor.-Motuu Moss, the laud speculator, wns< summoned by the Rule Collector', Hi'. Tope, for rates of land amounting to &h Is. (id. Dofendaut, denied that ;lio was tliu owner'"of the land, but Mr. 'lope proved to the contrary, and ho wus ordered to pay the lull aniount claimed, "jritU JE3 as. costs. . ....... . JViyleeted Children.- Uobort; babdou, lillen Labdon, anil AVillmm Labdon. were brought up as lieglcctcd children. I. seems that the father, is a very sober, hard-working man, but unfortu-, nately, Jris spouse is seldom seen .-without being under the inlluoncc of drink. They were sent to, the Industrial. Schools for seven years, the father bein® ordered to' pay 3s. -id. each per ?week towards thoir maintenance.. Cause List.-Thomas Xoble v. Win. W. Litton work and labor, ,£0 Us.; verdict for aniouut with 10s. costs.--K. Thistlethwaite v. Mary A...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

local Intelligence. .A xjsw i'AVir.iox ox THE Quicket CViiou-vi. 'JClio letter of our correspondent litis iipparciitly bacl some cll'ect iu " kittling up" a movement for the above purpose, and. on Tuesday evening the; members met in some force hi the hall of th'6 Ideal Mechanics' Institute. U'lio Muyor(B. K.1 Sdndilands, Esq.) occupied the ebair. Several of, the members .-expressed an opiuion that the pro-' sent pavilion was a disgrace, not only to the club but to tho, district. it was considered that if tho necessary ? funds could be -'raised; a new pavilion should bo eroded befoi'o next season. The cost of the building, and of other improve ments to the ground, was variously estimated lit from £70'to iB200. Tho result was the appoint-, incut of ii committee to bring up a report, and the meeting was adjourned for threeWeeks.. M.i-iouKsrisit Uxrrr lSDKVJiXDEXT OituEit or ODD I'jsmows.-The grand day andnight gala given by the 1'ort l'hillip and Colliugwood districts of the above Orde...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 9, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nimmo, and Mouat.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

EJUiHALD HILL X'OLLCK GOUliX. Saturday, January !), I860. ;(Boroi'c Messrs.'Mui'liuv^iinmo,-aucl ,Mouafc.) ; An Unhappy James Duumm aviis sum moned by liis better, half, Marv Duncan. lor assaulting'her. 'Slio stilted that hoi* husband mis in tlio liabit of boating her ill a Very violent man ner, awl slie had to bring him lo Court to sou if she' could terminate his unseemly proceedings'. He was bound over to keep the peace l'or six months in his own recognisance of £10, and two sureties'of ;t'10 each. ; : ' Obscene Jjangiuige.-A\Ti\\iiim' Ogleby, brought up for using obscene language in the public street, was lined '10s., ivith the alternative of one month's imprisonment.

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Cricket. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

Crickot. SOUI'H MELBOURNE . OEICKiSa' CLUB. 'Die mutch between tlie.Easb Melbourne ? and South Melbourne Clubs commenced on the 9th inst., terminated last Saturday] in favor of the former by tbreo wickets.- On tho first day tho local team made S9 runs, and East Melbourne had eight -wickets down'for 19 runs. , AVillie Campbell aud Stewart, however, increased-the"-score to 53. South -Melbourne, in their second inniugs, wore all disposed of tor 45, leaving' tlicir opponents to get 82 to getto win, which they did'with' three; wickets to spare. The fielding of J2ast Melbourne was very good, whUst,.that of <the local team was' only,; moderate, several catches being missed, which, doubtless. mado a material diUerenco in the game. Gaggin aud'Dan. Wilkie bowled well for the victors, as did Allan aud McGaii for the losers. Annexed arc the soorcs : SOUTH mki.houhni:. First liuiinir.s. . Second Inning. IHair, b Davo Wilkie c & 1> Uan. Wilkie 0 Heather, b Davo Wilkie 3 st K...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

ENGLISH KEAVS.' ' If, (BY THE LAST MAIII.); ; I "VVo give, in brief, all that is of piiblic.interest: -B'tsraoli lias resigned, and.Mr, Grla.dstquo.bas accepted tho position,-The Liberals' haVe gained the ascendancy,.and a Ministry has been formed, with Mr. Gladstono at'its'head, 'including Mr. Kobert Lowe, as Chancellor of the Exchequer; Mr. Childcrs, as first Lord of the Admiralty (two Colonial gentlomon) ; Earl Grrauvillo, as Secretary for the Colonies ; and MessrsAMousell and Stau licltl, as Under Secretaries.-Mrs. D'lsraeli has been' liindo Viscountess of Bcacoufibld j'1-'Mr. Disraeli declined tho honor of a peerage. Tho latest news is to tho 'Itli'Deeember :-The Qneen lias, ordered the distribution of n medal to those who took part iu tho Aby ssiuian, campaign.-' Tiie rumours of .a rupture'between 'Turkey and Greece prove to bo well founded.-The Spanish Kcpublicans at Cjidiz.liavo ,risen iu.iusurreetioii; tho Government wevo: resolved' to rigorously sup press tho luovomout.-An...

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SANDRUDGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, January 13, 1869. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.; and Mr. Thomas.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

. SANDItlDOrK POLICE .COU1U ?Thursday, January Ui.' I.80SV. (Bofoi'i!. Mi-. MolLisou, 1J.M.:; and Mi'. Gliomas.) The y'ousin Jlitldj/.--William ?: Hrasscy, alias 1'a.ync, who was found guilty on tlie previous Court day of stealing a gold watch, valued at £ii 10.=.. a gold ring, and a purse containing 8s. Gd., but liad bccu remanded for tho purpa.'o of having another . conviction proven, was brought up; and sentenced to" twelve months' imprisonment. Bridal Assault.-J5UzabotU Kiviil, mother ; and Adonoy Griffon, -stepdaughter,? on remand, were charged with violently assaulting Margaret Oook, with intent to do grievous bodily, lmnn..Mr; Byrne defended the prisoners. .'I'ho prosecutrix deposed that she went down to Sandridge, from Brunswick, to sec' her . brother "oil"' by the " City of Adelaide." After seeing the vessel sail, she wont through Sandridge towards home../ She saw the older prisoner standing at her door and asked her where she could get a cab to convey lier: home. '.Prosecu...

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EMERALD HILL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, January, 18, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

li.MEK.i 1,1). TIILL BOJiOU&H COUNCIL;" Mouilay, January, . 18, 1809, I'resent: The Mayor (I!. N. Sundiiamls, K«i.) and^G'ouucillors Stcnd.Kinipjo, ,^SV:i.r.r!i|sUo tUwaite. AVhitomah, Steals; Ireland, .uhil.lloy? :-i The-minutes of .the. last general me jing'were' read and confirmed. -.! The Town Clerk-also read, the minutes of a .special meeting '.which had been called lor the .purpose, of considering ,a letter sent from Mr. Henry Moore,contractor, with reference to a, lender which had been accepted for some work, and in which lie had made'a mistake,'hi consequence of which lie wished to 'throw up the the work. On reference to the other, tender, it was. found that some mistake had. evidently been made, and it was decided to grant request,' and cull 'for fresh tenders. .The minutes were confirmed;. . CoitltKSl'QXDJiNCK. IYOIU the Chief SccreCary,!stating that'the bye-' law which had been adopted by the Council rela tive to tlio reduction of scale of. tolls on thc.Yarra Bank...

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Monday, January 18, 1869. (Before Mr. Mollison, P.M.; and Mr. Swallow., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

jltowlay, January 18, 186!). (Boforo Mr. Mollisoii, 'P.M.rii'icl Mr." -'Swallow.'. ' , . . X:l>.) .. Y.' .Disorderly Seamen.-EdwardCarney, a sailor on board the Britisli barque " Tluugooii," was charged with being absent l'rom tho ship without leave, bub as the captain; did not iwish to press the case tlie prisoner yeas liberated with a cau tion.-Oscar Paykc, Thomas Young and George Johnson, sailors belonging to the British ship "Talbot," wore charged with desertion: The chief oflicei stated,, that the,prisoners left the ship without leave, and had. taken their clothes willi tlieni. Xhcy were arrested at Brunswick. Tliev were remanded till Thursday for (.lie pro duction of the ship's articles.-Edmund Edit on, a sailor ou board the " Essex," was charged with disobej-iug the lowi'ul commands ofWilliam'JIid dlesliip the second officer.' Tho prisoner it seems, was drunk oil Sunday, and walking about the pier. He was requested to coiuc on board the ship,, but refused. This was the oll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

Borough of Emerald; Sill. NOTICE.-The COLLECTOR attends at his OfEcc, Borough Council Chambers EVERY MORNING-, from 9 till 11, to receive payments of Bates. WILLIAM, TOPE, ... » _ Rate Collector.' .Soroiierli of Emerald Sill. LIFTING AND RE-LAYING' PITCHING AT ABATTOIRS. Tenders will be received until 7'30 p.m. on Monday, 1st February. ' ' JAMES EVILLE, 1 - .' Town Clerk. AO.P.-Court PRINCE OF WALES, No.' . 3198.-Tuesday, 26th inst., SPECIAI/ SUMMONS MEETING. Election of two mem bers to serve upon the Dispensary Management Committee, it Nine p.m. JOHN MAXWELL, Secretary. FOR SALE.-All that PROPERTY situate corner of Clarendon and Market-streets, at present occupied by Messrs. Christie, Launigau, Roper, and others. Eor particulars, apply to ' WM. B. TAIT, 6 Ross-street, Emerald Hill. "VTOTICE.'-The PARTNERSHIP, heretofore JLi subsisting between Messieurs M'Phcrson and Walker, .of Emerald Hill, Drapers, lias been mutually DISSOLVED from (lie 9th day of January, 1869, and that all liab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

Business Addresses, &c. <:Jtr. W. MITCHENEK. & CO., Miinul'acturcrs ol'cverv description of rINDOW BLINDS, .as CLARENDON STREET, ASD 10 JOHN STREET, EMERALD MILL.' J. UOLCLOUGKH & CO., ftiolesalo and -Family'. Grocers, .'W'iao,' Spirit, aad Produce Morchantsj & 1G'7 CLARENDON. ST BEET, biiekai/d mrx.. . .. i§ All orders pumitaallg attended to. ' t?f OB. TYLER'S./':'."..' Hair-cutting, Shaving, and Shampooing | Saloon, 1 1 115 CLARENDON STREET, > | XKXT Till'! 1IATIIS. llmr-culting, (id. Shaving, 3d. Shampooing, Is. Uoj's' Iliiiv-cuttiiig, <Xd. Iluzors, Knives*, ami Scissors ground iiml sul. | THOMAS DOWNIE, ''tANCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKER, ?vlf J 191 C1AKEWDOW STREET, \f EJIERAI.D HIKE,. ' . Bread delivered in all parts of the Hill daily. : j T. NOBLER /Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate f Agent, /CLARENDON STREET, EMERALD HILL j . _ . AND AT - yj|| lieach Jlouse, South lloall^ll7ij]hIolir~BealT.' 1 * JfSOTTTH MELBOUR...

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The Record. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21st, 1869. THE CIVIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

THURSDAY. JASUAMY -21U, 1S69. THL CIA IL SERVICE;. SACKCLOTH and ashes have come upon the employees iri the . Civil servico, and tlie-broom. of .retrenchment has made a clean sweep of a large number of persons in a very unexpected manner-and we must premise that in dealing with, this ^subject, we do so under sincere feelings of regret that such' a necessity- should have .existed, arid-tlie many who will be with their families subjected to; unex pected difficulty and privation meet with our fullest sympathy, but .though there are no doubt individual instances of hardship and even apparent injustice, we must yet remember, that few great changes for the 'general wellbeing of any community can be effected without. the alteration press ing somewhat liard individually. We have been it must be admitted one of the most expensively governed people on the face of: the globe, and retrench ment was unavoidable, and loudly called for by the people themselves^ indeed all who toolc the trouble to ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 21 January 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. MARRIAGE.   CARRINGTON—CLAUSSEN.—On the 11th inst.,   by the Rev. J. A. Bayley, Thomas Dean Carring- ton, second son of George Carrington, London, to   Dorothea Claussen, eldest daughter of John   Henry Claussen, of Adelaide. DEATHS. MERFIELD.—On the 15th inst., at 236 Moray-   street, Emerald Hill, Sarah, the beloved wife of   Mr. Wm. Merfield, aged seventy-three years. PLAISTED.-On the 19th inst., at No.190 Cecil     street, Emerald Hill, Alice Ann, the beloved child of Phillip C. and Alice C. Plaisted, aged fourteen months.

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EMERALD HILL MECHANICS INSTITUTE. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

P.HERALD HILL HKOILi-KICS'INSTITUTE. I To the Editor of the Record. Sin,-Please lie good enough to inform me whether the Mechanics' Institute is for Educa tional ami useful purposes, or whether it is merely a lending 'library,and also. what the committee; lmve clone towards furthering the instruction and improvement of the i'outh of this locality, who liaTC no means provided for spending their loisuro time in the evening. An instrumental music class would he a great boon, and would no doubt tend to iucrwiso .tlie munbcr of member?. --I am, ., youi-n obediently ENQ.Um.Ell, .Hmerald Hill, Jaiiuiii'y 201,li, 1800. KMEJiALI) illMi WliSKEYAN MUTUAL Ijl pitovEj[j:.\"iv ASSOCIATION- Thursday livening, 21st June.-A very interesting meeting took pluce m connection with the above, when an essay on the "Beauties of Poetry" was read, which callcd forth very animated replies from members pre sent; the chief aim of the paper being to illus trate attractiveness ol' this class ol' composition which...

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Correspondence. OUR BOROUGH COUNCIL AND THE SELF DENYING CLAUSE. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

Correspondence. OUR BOROUGH COUNCIL AIS'D Til] SELF DENYING CLAUSE. To the'Editor of the Record. Sin,-Although I'do not always concur with Councillor Ifimmo in the coursc pursued by him tit the Couucil tabic, nevertheless, 1 consider the ratepayers owe that gentleman a debt of grati tude for bringing up the motion he got carried at the last meeting of the Council requiring the Town Clerk to lay on the table at next meeting of Council, a statement shewing the amounts (if any) that have been paid out of the Borough funds to members of this Council, for goods sup plied or services rendered during tho Inst twelve months. It would have been well if Councillor Kimmo had'oxtended his inquiry for a longer period. Such transactions Sir, if they do exist are clearly illegal and at variance with the provisions of tlio Municipal Act, the 31th section of which says,-" That no person who shall participate in "the profit of any work to he done under the " nuthority of the Council shall be capable ...

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

Melbourne and Hobson's Bay RailW. : T1MJ2 'LLAIULK. ST. KLLUXL'OK MULUOUUXE. 7.10, 8.0*,-8.20*, 8.-10*, 0.0*. 6.20*, tUO*. 100'. 10.15, 10.45,-ll.lo*, 11.45 ii.iii. 12.15*, lili 1.15, 1.15*, 2.15*, 2.45, 3.15®, 3.48, -t.O, I# I,40, 5.0*, 5.20, 5.40, 0.0, (i.15, 0.45,7.15*, 7.1* 8.15, 8.45, 9.45, 10.40* p.in. BMJJIUIjU'illJjlj iOK: IIKIJIOUIISK. 7.45; 8.5, 8.25, 8.45, 0.5, 9.20, 0.15, 10.5, 10.20, 10.50,11.20, 11.50 iiirn; 12.20, 12.50, 1.20, M& '2/20,"2.80, 3i20, ;i:aO, 4.5, 4.25, .1.15, 5.5, 55, 5.45, '0.5,0.20, 5:50, 7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 10.52 p.m. . ? .? - . ? ' - .MiiLiiounxr. i-'ou i:.mkk.u.I> MM.. 8.0*, 8.20, a.'lbi 0.0^0.20;19.10*, 10.0,10.30, HA II.30, i2.o ii.ni. 12.30, i.o# 1.30,2.0*, 2.;ii),m 3.30, 4.0?, 4,20*; .4.;40* 5.0*, . 5.20*, 5.10s, (i.15* 0.30, 7.0, 7,00*, s!0, 8.30, 9.1)1*, 10-34'. 11.44* p.m. : li.Ulilt.lLD]tlLT,*T>01l ST. KILIM. 8.4, 8:24, 8il4, 9.'I,M);2I., ii. l I, 10.4, 10.31, lU 1 L.3 I a.m. 12.4, 12.31, 1.4, 1.3 I, 2.4, 2,'l/, W ?.34,:4,4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

' : Bank Notices. The..National Bank of Australasia. .oAviTAir-rj;i,ooo,ooo.A . THE E 31E RAJ; I) 31 I L L IJHA.VCH Has.bcen Ri:Aio\ j;i) to the .Ivcw Premises, - COTJiNTRV STRKKT. v' ; J. J] CAJIPBEUL, ... ... . . Manager. ... ;Emcraltl HilJ ? , .. .i 21st August., 1368.. The Land Mortgage Bank of Victoria, v-[i.iMrriiii] . . For Deposits and Loans on Freeholds. Inuorpomtcd under "The Cojnjwuiii'S Statute, Jsni." AUTHORIZES CAPIXAX., £5000,0 0 0,t orriCES: . ?» 18 COLLIXS SrilKKT EAST, MliLllOUKMi. ." ; Directors- .. . . . ?. Hon. C.-J.'JuNiVJii!/ jU.lj.C.,-Chairman. >.... ,? , ..., Hox; JoiiniiJL'Gka):, iMJj.U., Vieo-Clmirman. RoukktByiixe. Esq., .7.P., M.I/.A.: "\Vu.i,i.uit:Dii'XMOi.D, Jisq., Collnis-st.reeL liasl.; .lojiir.Si>ENOE'OGUiV,v,:J£s<|.y Queen Street;.: Q-ko; WjiAiiTON,:<Esq., J.P.,i21' Colhns-st. West.. .. . ' '? ? Accountant--' ' J- / Wn.U.V.M Si N'COCK, Esq. J T.mutyer AVtu'liu L* \ 11 n~o% Aim:, E-q ."Deposit. 'Receipts 'arc issued,, and...

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DOWN BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

DOWN BY THE SEA. 1 OBSERVE that tlio Gcelong people liavo woke up lVom their Hip Ariui Wiukle nap unci are exhibit ing unwonted energy aboutthe Whaling Company, ? hough, between you and I, Ballarat is the wire puller ; but, liowevor, Sandridgc, can't say much about it. I am inclined to beliove, from my own experience, supplemented by that of llessri. Ojborn and Cashing, who hare nearly finished fitting up the " Japiin" for whaling, that their figures in estimate-£5003 for a ship of 200 tons, with three bouts for one j'cav, are considerably loo low j but, they Beem pretty cocksure they are right, that with moderate, success sixty tons of sperm oil in a twelvemonth, with three boats, they show a profit of £1900; however, I cun't nay that I can hoist in all their assumed figures, but trust they may right. I omitted to furnish in my last tho name of Captain Barker, who will '..OJnmand the " Japan," and will, " I some gueiB and calculate, astonish you folks, else there's 110 whale going....

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ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

HOUND AND ABOUT THE IIILL. J 11 EAR a great murmuring about the inconveni ences to which persons 1'csideiifc in the South western part of the Hill-011 the green and at the terraces-are subjected by the. non-stoppage of the trains at the .Butts Station; and after a ( rue British growl, and, I am sorry to say,"the use in some instances of certain uncomplimentary expletives in reference to the Company generally, the matter drops ; at any rate, I have not heard of anything like a practical attempt, by memorial, to obtain the desiderated concession. Several phials of wrath-figurative' ones have been poured upon the Company 011 account of the recent transformation of the lauding stage for passengers at Melbourne into a goods depot, and one-I was going to say old, but; will say middle-aged-lady is advised that she has an action for damages against the Company, in consequence of a nail cau, oil-drum, or sonic trifle of that kind having smashed her foot. I do not think it a breach of confide...

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AUT DOCKS, AUT NULLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

A UT .DOCICS, AUT iYULLUM'. \Ve inusi; be'excused- lor, rotjirning so soon to the.subject of Docks-:ono' which jyc tiiltc to bo of paramount interest to -boLU-JJojipiiglis.. but tlio urgency of the case, unci tlie gi?e»t lpi}9 may bo sus tained froni. delay 01;.inaction lUfsfffy ojfr importunity on this ;siib|ccl;. Starting at the premises tluit Docks of liitV'o an effect for good or-, evil if) the Boroughs o).' {sandi j^e and limopa.ld Hill, just- necordujg co thp sjto ?twit Hiiiy bo chosen. so it is only logical --^iblo, fclilit we;'.fclvi'PUgV oijr ropre* and emit... a vypjpe m ;tjie seniatives sliouiu .^-Wwwflng selection; tins up to the pi't^j : .. ? -.V lias not been accorded,'and thc< City: 'Melbourne/at One time, the Chamber of Commerce at another, or the Shipowners' Association are busying themselves, and 'casting lots' J or what as o have ii c\irc~ interest!in, without; so luuch-'us |)v *t, leivvo!-i?nar 'with your.leave'-.to cithcr'of the Gorjjornte bodies' who...

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Wednesday, January 27, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nimmon Haig, Mouat, and Sandilands.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 28 January 1869

Wednesday, January 27,1800. (Before Messrs. -Martin, Nimmoi Ilaigi'Mouafci' uiul iSnndilauds.) Ship Case.-Carl Liedberg, a seaman ou board ii Prussian ship, was charged with assaulting' his captain, Charles Schilsinbcrg. It appeared that defendant had heen ordered to do some work, but lie refused to obey the mandate, and finally struck1 the officer; he was sent to gaol for fourteen days' with hard-labour. ? ? :!')' Xssaiilt;-Mrs. .Brown was summoned' for 'as'' saulting Helen 'Waters. The charge was proven; defendant was ordered to pay a fine ol' 30s.' Some unimportant cuses were also disposed of.

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