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A HOPELESS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

A HOPELESS CASF. Lady: "What Is the matter with myo hubband ?" Doctor: "Icannot be sure yet. Have you noticed him doing anything unusual) lately 1" " Let me Esee. Well, beet evening, instead of lighting his cigar the hnoment ho left the table, lie walked into the library and put on his smoking jacket, snoking cip, and elippors before beginlingl to smoke." "Hum I Mly-my I' "And, aInter on, when he wrote a letter, r hle wiped the pen on a icntwiplr." " Mly dear madam, prepare youreclU for he woret."

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT MEN OBJECT TO IN A GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

WHIA'T' MIN OBJECT TO IN A GIRL. OSo cnn pretty well gatlhcr from tlhe pages of the prIless, .iy.s " Forget.-monNot," and the frankly iexpressed opinionl s o00 heLrs in society. whvlat aroe th llings mun most strongly object to is the girls of theIC prcsenit lay. T'he opililtn is pretty unanllo inm gninst thie mansculine girl. It would, pIerInIps, astolinish many a girl who prides hlorself on her smart slaong, the cultivation of a manly tolno and lliappearano, nod lher " knowing " manner, if she coldl, by clhance, hoar some of the things thatb arn saild about lher by thie men she nssociante with. 'oor delulded creature ! ase fancies that by alidapiting iher self as much asil hler lies to the othber sex, she will become in its eyo n cosenipaoli i and nacomnradolo to h desired; tlhant inc will pre fer her societyv because oho can join tlhem in the sniookingroomi, or tabb oddils over the Onao withLI them, iinc becausO elo is not over partieular in her language, nor about their cliivalr...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KILLED BY A DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

KIMLLEl) BY A DINNER. PetInI.i s you have haotrd of Lhi conk who killed himself hecitseo thie likh did ntot arriveo in time lor dinner c? Ills moiC was Volol; ondil when Louis XIV. camne to visit limadter,the Piriecu tde Colitic, the poor tman wan o di-tractci lust overything shoulld rlot go off properly that hie really lost lhis wits. 't'therm tis a lirgei slupper pity tlheo night thie king arriveil; but n many miore Iteoll cname Ithan had been expected lhat there was not enoughio meat to go round. This alnmost broke lthe cook's heart. Ills master, lhoaring of his distreos, went to him antd said kiindly : " All is going well, Vall ; the kiing's suppoer could not iave beetn better." Vatol shook his helad drearily, as he repilied You are gooldness itself, my loril, but I cannot forget that the roust failed at two tables." Thie [Icxt morning Vatel was up at daybreak lihe bid not slept all night, and his head setnemod on lire. rhe question now was, WVuotl Ihe 1to able to procuro cnough...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RIGHT USE OF TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

TILE RIGHIT USE OF TOBACCO. Tuis: following is takenl from thle "Gentle-c meo's Magazine." "Tobacco consists of the leavce and stalk of a plant clharged with an aroma purifying, sustaining, exhilarat ing land fragrant to the bunmai being. Like the naronma of a rose, this nromaln should bo inhaled in the fora of cool vapour by the Ihumn noseli. Thel clhewerr, like the cnb. horce, rats tlihe eave sll at ilk. lie uses the tobacco at the right temperatura but in the wroni for m, andl iluts it into the lcsreog pIace. 'IlThe snuffer creduces the leaves and stIlk to IpowdIer, andl puts it. in'o is ios0. Is uses the tobacco at thie right telmpleora. tulln and puts it into the right Iplace, but converlts it into a wronig formii. T1he cigar esmoler geas the tobacco into the right lorm, but puls it at a wrong telnperature into iva rong place. T'ie cigaretto smoker bleuils liltly rags and other 1ao terials out of whrliclh lper is 1n0d1 writh the tobacco. 'Tlhe pipe smokelr Iputs hits tobacco in...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANNOYANCES OF TRAVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

ANNOYANCES OF TIRAVEL IIAvlsu a equnlling baby in the Enmo car. tHaving the ferry-boat pushing out just as you get in sight. Having a beastly drunken individual in the seat in front of you. laviing to swallow dinner in five minutes or la"o your train go without you. IHaving to pay ten cents for thn morning paper that at homo costs you two. laring ouile bueo get into the lceping-car berth above you just after you haverottred. ISaving tihe brakeman bawl out the stationos and not be able to distinguish a word lICe ayo. IH ting your washierwoman fail to send you your clothes in time to leave ans extpotedl. Having theo conductor inform you just after you have started tihat you are on the wron g train. lia iing the lhotel waiters hlinting at every imeal that they expect you to give thetm something. Ilaving sonmebodty in front keeping the car window u terlneu the 'dust and cinders are flying in. IIeni g your bnagage go astray just when you rwanteld your best clothes to make a good impresst...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HER GOWN WAS ODD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

IIHEL GOWN WAS ODD. Linus went alone to enjoy the reception. lie was delighltel with thle naffair, andtl to iMrs. finine woo giving a glowing dencrip. tion of one of the costumes he sow. "Shn wous a mighty pretty nod well be. Isavedt girl," mid Binns, "and all theo best Icople seemed to tako an interest in Iher, hbut Ior costumne was too stagey." s " \Vhut was it like " nasked Mrs. (inns, who haid boeen kept at ihome by measles in tihe fanmily. "I cant t tell lthe colour," said Binns; "it was like a slkyblue pink, with a shado of greeny broswn or rsnoetlhing like that. Any Ios', it swan a \lothler llsbbard"- "A Mlother Hubbard I" alshioled MIr. Binnse. " Yes; one of tlhosoe that tuck up tunder tihe armts and -fill around the front lilso a floor enck, you know, with a tlsingama. jiggar with fluting up the back." "An ompire gown !l" groaned hMrs. lintn, andl Binnss said he supposed so. " WorthL mokces lo man;" Tihe poet much mistakks. \Vortlh makes tihe woman T'oh man he urely breakL....

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HE PROPOSED A FAIR DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

HIE PROPOSED A FAIR DIVISION. "' Thnt'e mine I" " It' nina 00 The two min sprlte iitmulianieosly, and rcaclhed at about the meno instant for O crumpled piece of grelen paper that lay ean I he lilewalk. 'The menu with the purple necktic was a ehndile the quicker of the two. His hlandl clnedl or r the plper just in titme to be cltichel itself in the grasp of the other min, a dust.y, traICel-.tuiiel pilgrimi in a grey Suit andt carryilg a valise. There wan ai momentcn ry elruggle, but tio man with tie purple inecktie retaincd iprsession of thie prize. " ie sw'lthat first!" holly exclaimed the traveller. " If gon ian it frit, my frieid," replied lenothler, " wihy .itn'tyeoll pic' it up?" ''r at jiutiped in h uicrli of tre.' "I Trar it. as soon IS youi Ili, if tnot a littlesoiner. I irfis Iniainmg fur it when you I ran :nearo't to it! I lad the best right to it! I demnund "--- Softly, m'y dlcar, sir," anid themani with tie purple ticektis, rrtreatigm ns nthe other aivanecd. " I'odercion ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WESTERN SNOWFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

A WE[STERIN SNOWFALL "TiICY ore mrlrin' a powerful furs over twienty inchers of snow," remarked the old riarvus tire trai, struck anotlher drift, and elno to io halt. " I)onl't you call tIer u prctty heavyfll!" I queried. " tr y, ,inn, thaIt wouldln't beconsidered 0nuf to track a srabbit on out in NOrfhrnr M n'nna I! If we git anytihing nuder live foot weo loi't brush it oflf lthe doortet,. IVhen we git oven feetl souebodrly ginrlly triton tlre mc!io In s'oi o toie tichioolrouse, but she don't expect it' Vll'he I loft home thir was eleven fool, of snor of, tihe leoel, mid it was still cominl'." "I nialm interfere with busines 1?" " Wolt, it soops Sunthty ochool fpicnics and ucklluborry Iparties, but busjnes8 g0d0 right oer jeol about tiroe ame. We ttihtnel right urdor it, lightl tiro rlaps,, anl ceery. thing goesoni as usuul. Maybe you read io tliro pilapers of tire Curious addtlrnt tIlt tInppc+tiil in my town loot stitlar-Fowrr of f~lunttnlo ?" ' I donl't rcms m r." " It was an acc...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
She Couldn't Be Bothered. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

She oouatsd 't Be Bothered. I How shaih I cook the potatoes for dinner, ma'am? asked Mrs. Read pen's domestic, appear ing at the door of her mistress' room while that lady was wriltug. 'I'm ure I don't know. I never cooked a potato inmy life.' 'And whatabout the mseat' 'Oh, I don't know. Just anyway.' 'And the salad, ma'am?' 'Any kind will do.' 'And what abut the dessert?' 'Jane ' said Mrs. Beadypon, sharply, ' ye told me when I engaged you that yeon could cook anything, and if you cannot you'll have to go. I, know nothing about cooking myself ashtold yes. My whole time is occupied in writing for hosa.; hold magazines. Now, go away and don't di-' terb me again, I mast fnish this article on 'The Ethics of the Rome' and think up something o the ' Higher Life of theHousehold' lefore noon. Get anything pan can far dinner and cook it year, own way. I can't he bothered with doamstic affairs of any sort.' Nw OCLWU: 'Thus apples eem a be ht aes P -seam s jyi tltip): "'Wel, what do pen hxpec...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW I LEARNT RIDING IN A MILITARY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

HOW I LEARNT HIDING IN A MILITARY SCHOOL. ArreI listening for some time to the inlstructions I received-that which most imprcsood me most being a recommenda. tion to siton i place whero my tail would be if I hadl one-I wvas beginning tofool almost comfoitable, whenw "Tr-rot!" rang out across the school; and i min uto aftersardse, with my lit over mIly eyesO my feeoot out of the stirrl.ups, I hogan to roalise what the inlhabitants of Peru feel whenoi thero are artlqlunhkes about. Oh, the misery of that first trot! Ilow slippery was tlh saddle, and how absurdly iaideimanto for sifoty and comlfort. Up and dlowuiI v jobijggil. NwiV onil the hoso's neck, and th tidxt secoilhd almost under his belly. Did I doiay to stelady myself by a furtive clulch at Ihe lpolimel, lily maln(iuro wasn iimmediately lodeteted by tho eaglce-eyed ilnstructor. " Leave your saddle allone, Mlr. J--," he would call out, And again, as -my writh ings brought mily noes up almost to my chin-"' T'hlose spurs were not...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Electrical Lighthouse Lamp. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

The Electricaul LAgpthouse Lamp. The third illuminant, electricity, has been known in England for about tbirtyflve years. As generated in the magneto. machines of Prof. Holmes, between 1863 and 1802, and so tried experimentally in the lighthlouses of Dungeness and South Fore. Indn, it was rvery small in dimensions and very uncertain in character. Several forms of the light were suggested during this period, such as the voltaic arc of Watson and the mercurial electric lamp of Way. With the more elffective alternating current machines, and with the larger carbons, of later years, the are grew in power and di. mernsion. At the present time carbons of from 25f to 40 millimeters are available, with an intensity in the focus of a light of ten times that of the most powerful gas or oil burner. Tihe are Iris thus become a most valuable resource, not merely for Its unonr* passed power, but also for its facal adapt. ability to the usual dlioptric apparatus, and to special optical combinations...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]ber. Escapes from Hanging. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

-tsecapts fromn tuiog-ing. There are many instances on record in which the punishlment of suspension by the collar has failed, either throughl sonme peculiarity in tihe neck of the individual. Or a want of tact in the hangman. M' re than six centuries ago-if old records are truthful-Juetta do 13alsham, convicted of harboring thieves, was sentenced to be executed. She hung for three days, re vived, and was pardoned, as a phenomenon who had somehow or other overmastered the gallows. There is the authority of Obadiah WValker, master of Now College, Oxford, for a story that a Swiss was hanged thirteen times over, every attempt being frustrated by a peculiarity in the windpipe which prevented strangulation. We are not told whether the thirteenth time was successful, or whether justice was merci ful at last. Ann Greene was hanged at Oxford for infanticide in 1050; her logs were pulled, and her body struck with soldiers muskets in accordance with a barbarous custiim sometimes adopted of ma...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KYABRAM NOTES. Kyabram, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

1 ) KYABRAM NOTES. PR OIM OUR OWN COIIIRESI'ONI)iNT). d Kyabrani, Wednesday. Under the presidency of the Rev. F. , McQucen, one of the best entertaininents ever given under the auspices of the 1lyabrani Band of Hope, was carried out by tihe clhildlren of the Loyal Temper a, nce Legion last Weldnesday. The ,f large number of children taking part, ' 1nd the style of the various renditions e miust speak volumes in praise of the , ladies who- have been so assiduous in Stheir labours, as well as being so entirely Screditablle to the young performers them 1 selves. The programme was of the Simost varied character, and was further enlivened lts several selections performedl lby the Temperance Brass Bandi. During the evening the chairmani made a speech Supon the illustrative character of the Sseveral letters in the word "liquor." The Mechanics' 11hll, whlere the mieeting took pilace, was ainost filled, anlldl tile audience was very appreciative. With reference to the resignation Iby Corn. S...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SUBJECT FOR SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

A SUBJECT FOR SYM PATHY. 'T'e prisonor, a tough looking citizen with a prognathous cast of countenance and a bad eye, had been found guilty of beating his horeo to death. "I wish it were in my power to punish your brutality as it deserves by eoending you to the penitentiary," said the mnagistrate, with strong indignation; " butI shall fine you one hundred dollurs, and you will ltand committed till the fins and costs are paid." "Can't you make it a little lighter, squire ?i' pleaded tihe prisoner, drawing the back of a grimy hand across his eyes. "Tlhat's purty hard on a man that's just losent a good hoes I " "I wonder," said ono of the loungern, "what was thie origin of the swallow-tailcd coat'" "It is n.; dea," said the grizzle.whiskered man frow "Montann, "thuat they was cut tlhat way in the first p!ao to make it handy for a usta to git hie gua." 1

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TATURA HOSPITAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

TATURA HOSPITAL SPORTS. -:o: The final meeting of the coiuinittee of the above was held in the IMechanics' Hall Iast evening, aIr 1). Hileaphy (presi Sdent) in the chair There were ailso ts present :-Messrs C. Wilson, Poole, is .1. Love, Carlisle, and Rev .1. T. Bate. d The presidentlt opened the meeting by calling upon the secretary to real the e balance sheet. It was gratifying to Sthem that the whole proceetldings had been most successful financially, antd tlhe e sports on the day were also well carried n through. S lThe secreyary, Mr Vaughan, read the balance-sheet as follows : r tTATEMENT' OF ACCOUNT'S. I Subscription Lists Al rs... 11. Daevies .l 17 1 Iartlett. I . ll t C. Wilsottt :1 1; MA.lHcctor ... I iA 0 'P. McCormick G 7 0 Forsyth ... 4 1ll I; , lR lferti ... I Ii 1) Misses Flanali t & Mitchell l 1 0 Miss Illtnliaant ... O 1t 0 Samer ... . ... O 2 II Wilson ... . ... I i 0i rtrWes ... . ... I 1 t Itgati ........ t 11i 0 Alt. Mitchell ... () 5 0 Mr. G. Dunliop ......

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TATURA LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

TATURA LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. Now tIht the winter evenings are somting on, it Item.; I Ility that smie enlergetic Iperson cuicoit set, our liteirary and debidti g siciety going gagain. Thllere i' s exce'lleit mciiteriul in thIe toiwni and its neighboirlhoo I just. now, fromc which ic capital s'ieity might le formed; nCen whoI, we thiink, iwouil not. only takle ii t i'nterest icn the maiitter, but iwouild prove capable d.:baters amt essayists, besides the old cilimbers wihio have done so well inc the icnst. Certainily ioni cuCst wntnit thst" soine of the eventings spent diting the lust session whiich waIs held, were very taim', hit this wais Ilrgely owingg to t ie chelilesscess ucni coldnless of (hlie big empty hnll, and the dimness of (lie lights. If weccni ci l chave I sIImaller anul Iett ier lighltedl rorn, as well us energetic ollice-lhurcers, such us were prominent in Ihis direction previously, a most agreiti le :uiil ist net ive set t wilntec r enitertniniucments migiht...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REGIMENTAL FACINGS AND BADGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

REIGIMENTAL FACINGS AND B3A DES. Mr. A. t;. BesT, writing in tihe " United Service Maglcine," ulptlies somte lot erest lg nfacts iao to the origin of facings and bldges in theo Army. lIe poits out that the oeacgreen facingas formeot ly worn by several regiments weru chosen in complil ocmt to Ctlherije of Brunzra, whosre fuavourite colour wans Beagreeln. 'hie oriange rfacinigs of the 35tlh were given a9 a spBecial mark of favour from Ut illiam ill., whoe it was rnisaed from thls loyal Iriish 1 rotol'stants of Blelfast. From thlis, rand its white piluto, it iwas long known oa the " Ot ntge Lilies," Sfr mirtore Iseticanl nicmknarme than is torrnlly bestowed ott a nible regiiment. A volumno mittht be filed witlh tihe Ihistory of tihe ditferent badige gained by regim sils in tihe British Airmy. Some, elsuch as the Chinese Drngon, the " Castle onrr Key " of Gibraltar, or tho Mintrot Laurel-wreath, ntO borne by the several regimentts whreo took ipart inn campanign, iege, or battle. Others,...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

THE TWO GENUINE ARTICLES : CLEMENTS' TONIC, FLETCHER'S PILLS. IMITATED! BUT UNRIVALLED AND UNEQUALLED. OLEMENTS' TONIC is a scientific checmical food, and restores the tissue wasted by the vocations of overy-day life, is a prompt and safo remedy for neu ralgia, nervonsnoess, weakness, debility, liver complaint, dropsy, and chronic indigestion. FLETCHER'S PILLS cnre heart burn, backinche, headache, liver torpidity, dyspepsia, and all complaints of the stomach and bowels. These two emedies lhave been thoroughly tested in all the liot countries of the world. The'y are sold at a price within the reach of all people. Evidence is forwarded free oni receipt of iunme and address that will satisfy t lie most sceptical as to their virtues. They are sold every where, but care must be taken that the genuine are obtained, or the money and time are wasted, and the disease so much the more serious. CHURCH NOTICES. C ENIJIrlsu.ANI).-Ry~iI~r~ii, It. I 1 liii.; Tz'ttizia, tit 7 paut.-Hev. J.1'I'. IL ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

THE BOTTOM OI' TIl[ SISA. Or the shape of tloe bottom of the son wo cnan fotn only on approximate or general idea. Thle pilaceso covered by the ocean nre 1,totected from the destructive nagecico which aro the principal means by whichI the rest of the earth has been given its tiesdnt relief. The force of the currents is Idast at great depths. The winid fles not aCe, and, of course, toe rivers, nod tme glacier, and the rainfall, nro equally Inoperative at the bottom of thi sea. Ti bed is, hlowever, sinking in certaini places andl rising in others, so that to a cet ailn moderate degree, we can pre mise what like thie covered pIortion may be or wlhat like it nctually is. Ilut for tilhe great depths only thle soundingtlend is nVailhble as an interrogator. T'Iis cord hells the Inumber of fathomte throughI wlhich if sinks bofdro land is reachedltl, nud tlo ma thrial broughlt up on the tallow of tlhe "lend," or in the more oeffectiveo ap anton wlhiclh, for scienlilic purposes, hal i tlincl,...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TATURA POLICE COURT FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1894. Before Mr Smallman, P.M., Messrs Wilson, Hogan, and Williams, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

TATURA POLICE COURT FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1891. Before Mr Smtalihnan, P.M., Messr: Wilson, Hogan, turd Williams, .1's.1'. L. Ryan was charged, at the instanlice t of Geo. Frederick Weir, with Larceny. [ The prosecutor asked that the ease might be struck out: lut thenangistraes conul not accede to this. They painted out that this was an information sworn to 1by Weir, and the ccase mist go on. As the defendant had been informed that lie need ntot lappeat. the case wirts adjourned for one month, and if he did not then aitpear, a warrant would issue. .James Miller, W. Gateley, and W. Mitchell were charged withI the larceny of a saddle andi saddle-cloth, which was valutled at 2 s., the property of Santiel McGregor. Inspector Simythe prosecuted. Sanouel McGregor gave evidence that hle resided at Mooroopta, and was in Taturt on the 20th Mairchl, when he hald in his possession a staddlle tand saddle clotlh. He was not sober when lie left for hlome, aniadlIid a hazv recollection of his movements...

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