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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26th. (Before Messrs Delbridge, Raven, and Woodhead, Js.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. IoNoar, FEnnRUAn 2tlh. (Before Messrs Delbrige, Raven, and Wood head, .1s.P.) DRUntk .tynD DISORDERLY. Jane Ml'Lenllan, wife of the notorious Samuel M'Lennan, of Little Napier-street, was charged with the above offence. A constable deposel tlthat, ateet minutes past eleven o'clock on Sunday, hie found-the pri soner very drunk in the street. Site was very noisy. Prisoner now pleaded gtilty, and said tlhat sie was ecollecting rents wheo she was arrested. Fincd Is. or 24 hours. Mary Jane Haycroft was charged with a sinilaroffence. "The evidence showed that, at eleven o'eloek on Sonday forenoon,, the prisoner was so helplessly dtrunk that the arresting constable had to engage a cab to convey her to tile ewatehhouse. Fined 5s. with 2s. Cld. expenses, or in default 24 Itours incarceration. Michael FLnnaga was presented for a asmiLtr offence. Constable Maron deposed that the prisoner was drtnk and disorderlF in Gertrude-street, at half-past one o'elock o...

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ENGLISH ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

. NfiLISlt iliIds. - A, retrspective ;"lance at solme of the afllfairs in Europe will erne to thore , their complicated state. Oind day vre are told that war between two grat powers is imnni neout; the next it is eolineled, then contre dieted; then ce learn that Gcneral Skobe loff only is responsible for his uttersnces, nnl notthle lRutiah Eipire ; that he i re calleld from P.alris cnu w.il be callcd upon to anecount for that speech which has been the occasionl of so much anxiety and surprise. But when we glannd at the news of a few months back we.an very easily find a key to all this unpleaiantness. Jealousy is the muse. iach ?ower is iwatching the other, and is suspicious ofaits every aetion. A friendly intrlchange of courtesies between one or more of the difirendt heads is looked upon with. distrust, .and this distrust is shown in a mar:ed mad nner by the others, who evidently imagiue that there is som thlin upon the boncrs in whichl they should sartleipatc. This hais been fuilly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

p- 0S rPECO T SU' S THE EQUITAILE CO-OPEIRTIVE SOCIETY, LIMITED. To Ie rcgsotercdl inder the "Friendly Socic tiw Act," and foascild poon the molel of " TIle Iocelnie Eueitalol Pionteers' Socic ty, Limited," E?httllshed in 1l4n. Capital, Sirt issue, £,0,000, in 5,000 sharcst of £l each. Upon which One Shilling per nihare will be raynable on npplition, One Shillingper share on rcgistration of the soniety, nndailance in monthly insthnhnoto of ,nie slinig : per halre, or hy more rail pyments, Is my T suit the convenience of - nplicants. o ap plicant to be allotted leo tha five nor more two hnndred shares. PROVISIONAL COMIIITTEE:: ( htith pocer nlod to their ns hern i 1, \V. E. Adeock Eso. Merechnt, " mlindcll, i Hawrthorn. P' Horatio Beauchlmnp Esq., J. P., 14 Collins stretwest. • . F. E. E1 eer l'eq, J. P., merclnnt, ll" Col lins-atreet west. David Benjnnain Elq. 0 h, -Iohnerry-lone. The H'on. rahamt"h erry. 1 , Hotnl-an street East Mellourne. L. S. Christie En., 1).rling-street, South...

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OUR STORY TELLER. THE AFGHAN'S REVENGE [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

OUR STORY TELLER. THE AFGHAN'S RLEVEGE the "In the month of October-I wot.'t a mention the year, it Sems so long ago-?ay hen nreimnent, the -allant oldut 13th Light Infantry, with the rest of Her Majeaty's gr troops rho had the ill-lack to Accompany us, were in the enntonments of Cabul. ""I can see them yct, in memory, on the o ,lain in front of the menetain city, enclosed i iy Wntlls and hedgne. and bordered by those Tb pretty illas wlhlch, in their perfect onlfidonce in the pople, among whon we had come to ex prelpce t Shah Sujah on his throne, ourolliccrs had built for themselves and families; on of one hand the hills of the Siah Sung, on the of otter the haunted heights of lBeynmroo, rot for it w:s atlirmel that a demon of some bind did haunt them, and In the distanee ml the city of Cabol. with its walls and streets Id of sun-dried brick-, the towering outline of its alanhissar, and in the bakgrmind far te awa-y the cummit of the Hindms Kush, do nmatlnd with snows that never mel...

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NOONDAY MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

KUOONDAY MIUSINGS. By ,TUVFsUnn. After along spell of deep aml profound thought (some have irreverently termed it sleep) the muse again takes ep his pen... Blut during his slumber thern hre llu n nany changes in that vast panoraun, which seien tists call the material world. In the world spiritual there has, I perceive now, also been some agitation. As it is said the last rill Ib first, to the lattersentenc I will firest devote myself. The foundation of Chris. tinnity is to Im sought for in the fall of mn and the promnaises given at that period. These proenises, .ltumatcly fnlfilled, Chris tianity appeared, but the elfects of the fall still remained, and now rnemain to a far greatcr extent than the elsmedy seems cap ble of coping with. At its conmeneemcent, the diverse impulses of nmen rwho gave it their adherence, broke Christianity sp into namultitude of branches, and these branches have gone on multiplying and spreading to tihe present day. They are now ns ever, eontinually quarre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

!iPECIAL COLUMIN. ' ooroa ooooio ornn U 210,, III' 1r ,T TZR \- tE 2 t5t1 o propfc ] Fitzroy. huir-dnnwr aoirtToIiIdii it 11ffoiooo I l'lolt'd I:.yir. Lo lent;'goo l tride. Tw-stoT rybrick-honor;4 rolonoalld kitellie0, 1'"210. i How], 1:4 ro00os, goojg soI Toor otqpx . &"oclliogc, ::0 by 07 ft., £1100. Lo1, 11r j1.;k.oloot, i95y;9Vit., LOOpro foot. Ston I Xtt,\chnlbdtrc4t, 1lib rbooln st,,, n;rq lif;t: 1+?1;·b'r!an's (roocry wrool cu1l1 coil lolrines0, rcnt, l2a., rtoOk at "Iollatio. o00vLt rode o Twro twro-storey bon-cp. balcony and veran dah, (:rccr-otrot, 01106. Fouvr-rnoaom. Moutos andtod, tin George anoo Cirlo1 .rtrocto:prk't£05Q I i I J Lool in Fztt~strrdt,tt£to'Ao.-c r fo ot. ll I Fmily linotrel, 15 rcoto, tilliri table, and otlilo,' roont £l,50_ Fop rarolcasad r oto going 1:50."' r . , . t " ' Itoi'." atd ntol bi1z ra0100, Gore-street, 20 by 1 :9 feet, EGO.- " t " Snag ottaLge, 3 yoooo 17 t,.J04ft. ±.20. - Nortt Fitzroy. ^ 'LY' elec.t:c f lan, t, (.:ico rý s-a rod. 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

AMERICAN? :BAlKERY. JAMES SHANNON, SFancy Bread and Biscuit Baker, Pastry Cook, Confe'cioner, &c.,;` 130, BRUNSWICK STREET, - (Opposite Brunswick Ilotel.) TE DDING CAKES of the lincst quality always on hand, or speially made to onler, at-the -lhortest notice. live our sixpponmy and shilling cakes a trial ; also our lare mince and apple pies and tarts, which are made daily. One trial twill prove their quality : CASTLE DONNINGTON HOTEL. (LATE ODDPFELLOJ.lW'S) CORNER BRUNSWICK & WEIBl SRKEETS, FITZROY.. .t Three minutes from Elhibition. :Now held by N. GRANT, late'ofBALLARAT. ' I ELECT ACCOMM31ODATION for B:OARIDERS and visitors. Tennu strictly nmolerate. J ',Glen Grant Blend of Highland Whisky, specially imported. Also the' ~t brands eof F?rnchBrandid? :- - "-,-, . - Mh r iacken's Sparkling Ale always in stck. : Spencer and Brunswick-street 'buses to and from North Fitzroy pass the door every five minutes. SU. A. 0. D. If You want a Good Hat, at a reasonable Price, go ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

ANTED 'to SELL at Kit of Boot: V maker's tools, consisting of Iron Lasts, Wooden trees, &c., &c. Enquire:' Mr. ?ilson, Rose of dIelbourno Hotel, lIan over-street, Fitzroy. NOTICE. O Creditors in the Estate of T. H. POWeLOL Groer, Griffith-street, Richmond. A MIeting of Credtors gill be held on Monday next, tihe 6th of 'larch. at the Rob Roy Hotel, Gertrude-street, Fitz roy. at 3 p.nLo . 3 ED1WARD LA GHORIXE, Trade Assignee.

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THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 4 March 1882

TIII FlI'hROY CITY PRESS. iUj11tAY, :MAlllCH 4, 1884. j,,TiiritiCol n-oni.Lion is composedll -id,'tlY, of very energetio sombliora, and these an n sooking every effort to ffet the olbiect of their appointtmeont In 1elboorne tiley lahave takeni a largo ass of evidence', on almost 0every idusltry aul lIately tloey have extended Elhir inovstigations to the counltr districts It is highly dosirableo that their decisionI sihouhl he based on t0mpileto evidenceso thi t this thorough. on is to hi commondec, thloosgh, no doubt a great quIantity of irrelovaot nltenriill oiy Ito obtined tlhrouglh il This however, is also very. vsltaslh,. thougho it may not be exactly' witlsin tlin provicr n of tho commission, TI'heo gatt dillhculty will arise,, hosnoveyr, hin the sses of evidence have'to bli sifted, separatel and collatel. VWo jro dmid it will be a weary task,' and iost probably, an unsatisfactory one, to those called on for evidence as well asto tho nolltnisslon. ,Complaints have n sadond that...

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THE FITZROY CITY PRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

T}i JFITZIOY CT'I.Y PR 6;6 aTUItdAY r A n lRO II, 1' 2. Ol redoras will almrost, by this timae have recovered from the surprise occt sioned by the att pt to aoa sinto liher lnjeaty the Queen, but we fancy it will a soa tnim before the feeling of indigo atioen subsides The alayilna ,a beenl so fully reported that it is unnccessary to well furthr on the particulars of .the waertil were is not to notice the ox pressiont of loyalty which lhave boee adsl forth. In overy directiol syni ptly has been freely shown towards the sovereign who hlas so long, and no hbeneiciently swayed the destinies of the vast Empire, of which tlies colony is a portiont. In the cottage and nihtlhe placeo like,wl find thesame sentiments o stem, love, and fathfuil loyalty, and thie cowardly attack Of tl mainreaiit has given the British people, at, rhal and in the dependencies, another oppor tunityof proving theirffection for their sovereign. This expression is the hiore valuable whern we consider the nilny attack...

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CITY OF FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

CIrrIOFPI2ZROW Tn~oender$raka"id 'it til ellnlnai2 Can nltto will lbjoroca o-I P0 o 3 Friday next 17111 to bors)0 C t o l Bly order, .owo Clork, Illnrnn'irlrln rohCt;iY:. _ .. _ '

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

VITERltOY OlVTVCOiWCIL..: Ie ' nool fetI ortlItlyi metilng of the Council took palno yeete?lday venhIng. Pro. roo t 'The .Mayor (r, ff1oh0)l, Cro, Wood.. Ihad, Clecen, Irooke, Phl' pps, Showers, SIore, Lyon.. Thle Il[nite of the prnovlone mootillg, nod Sthe otwnrli eorrespollolnco wero rend and rcotllien d, o CORIIngI ronD to , tFrol the Comn11eissei for prolnoting inch. noloXIci nod Ilcduntrlnil Inetnotluion, onegfng tlhe Town MIll for May 22, 2?, 24, I, 2O0t nitd 27. Iteceledl. Froml the Poblile Worke Dopnrtoen nt or. ran.nlng fore deputation re iRollly.trot Frolr W. Orlennong, wppolylg to litre a rootlsltleto at 12l (liortodo.treoot, regis. tored as a pleo for ilollig pnblieo noate lcgno Cr. I hippo e ovedf tha t tri ro Inet b nlot Romted, Uh i tihe t iotion of Cr. L.ync tie letter wan roferred to tihe Select Con. enitee. lFron tlie ,ecretory. [ellcbolon Orplanccgo Asylln, giving ane explntatiou re qoest o or nseloce Itcn Iy chlow namoed O'Rnoilly, o.. calved. Frnom tlo Me llrne ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

Tun w"n nfOtI, ",. " . "WIiILTIIIItiM SBWINO- SMACIINO,. IMPORTANT CONSIDEtlA'rlO Ns. It is Iumposlblo, utterly ,ll,,o,,blp:ltIot n lady can slltch so liloly, l deollcaely, illo occretoly hy hnd'la s loo cal by the Woudeor. rot We\'rtthei io ?Irooleo " 'A?oooo'ot, oxnooltoattou ot tho woork wli*hol n1yoo nuloy portfosl with theml will nooavlacao r of lthb; We swill give hlor N ,I200 oottoo, nd slidt shnll mlake ?lth the WIt'ItTIIIIJI 1,'nSFiliy altootot t2 ttltoohes to tlhe Ioll. at theo nto o1 0t0 a mllnoto. Nect stitch will beo faultlesa lp 'ocilnlte, asul io the prelso e latc wvlohe It, wa illolsoel" to, o. Vory, delicntd inlatcrtols, whhhtot woold 'ro er Pl.olo by hlnolling, iy le o atllothedl, upont tohe Wert. loit, withlo ut theo alghtoet lnarkolog or die. tloloooo, shiltoe lay svet threadl nosel o iot ohtltlo with her own hlir ntd embrelorotdr tio Itfins ol n0 mbrloo ladko rLhndoltrhie .sf ,h the othloer extreme,, saloe ny useo tll SAM WIFVIt'rIIRIM FPonly Mlnahlolo wllt lola...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FITZROY COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 6th. (Before Messrs. Raven, Robb, Marsden, and Woodhead, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

POLIOE INTELLIGENOE. FITZ'I'ZOY COUIl'i MONia?i, Maonia Ilth. (Bloora Messra. Riave, 1lii, Marslnlo, andl Wo?larinl, Jl'.) Josaoph Jlnken, Jidmes faIll, Irodecrick diQ lean, SaeItlal f'fLyiln Patrickl Malr. pTiy, 'I'hMnee liller, Alaiuier Coopar, mid Joaephl Cory, were aovarally chnrgwl with tihe above ote'ene, Millar, CtiCirc, and Carry werNe oelh Iiaed ie,, willth the ptiol of I24 hoLr In tol. Tie otllers wlere cla tioed and discharged. Catherina Smith, whoihad previously been before this Court oi seoveral ocaeluonl, was now chargeo with mIa leg mia ( oa olacou Inaggao wiltllii the Ilneinig of thi plibliu. Tlhe ovnlelce o Constabli\es otct want to show that at hialfpnat auvell o'lock oni Satu?lay enllllg the nprlsoner we behanvlaig like ea luntio in Jhinitoi.street, nuai tlhata large crowd wae collectedl around her. Wit. ess anrrested liar, whoneropotu Irilnollo resist. ell ?ital violenitly. ier two dl, giirsm aldi a youiig Il l, waelal Wcll awIma eollpcsip l tiio lie lineoner'e s...

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COLLINGW[?] TUESDAY (Before The Mayor[?] (Before The Mayon [?]) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

COLLI<;l (lcfor Th1l MnoyO noet, ['oterl, Two girls, 111111 onarultl with ti ont to niniiir ti ercl o r tl I 'I' Wlolin tk ll takaen nttho." I '20s., with the IIi nnnin. 'mIIi U monronit. Charlnes orgoi oceiof t 1iot ulnl rd for tne i diay. 1hwnwglgonwithinin InVlth jtoel't tin;'m The nvidmn d, oajrm" nrrityrtn iti of thir court rina,,lg wifo anl four chbi1tzuo, from thiO 10to to 1 Y' 6l11I'd thato dellofutol yearool ight IonU boy. 0! itmourtund totV, of £50 to obly Lie lproperty of It. O in l tilol ofA o' wm-^^^^^^

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

t that testimony e plenk for will tbuv tw ohoooont W t Ipre io we It, e, oil ity ovl1id tou wows. 'oikso of tho toot.4 tiotgy uootooto onnit raw ally .I ile colltrou to l i ot I oregret my pooloco, to et on lils pro. t'rno cll.oo toty of Itoma tho hat swit Ch- ,stroort at, at Carllon, ltoe City of Melbo n nil nthe Parish tof dlki e Al?t. (b). illHR(IPTI{ls LI.tvn. No. 8. A t an y oha eri:nmalig rIt Rin ts1.' tolai.ltret, lt the City of elolboonlo, nt the illotsetioin of Flitdooealeraol, And theo r flmoilogo juuotlonowIth tho,hrnich (A) of, lie mali Tiomway No, ', prncoliig thenllo along Swoslto.o?to?t, 1'oinoo'sbolifdgo aud It anpjoalehr, (or oany nuhtitntllo thorofor,): the Sot. Killdrmd, tIito )omniuo.road, Prrk.i street, the Toook.lond, Chonp.aroroet, Wel.I lingtaon treet, }'itxt?ny,''cet, alo thie ]?a. lllnllo, ton botn.i igli thl Isphlm1do at or near thn e jaln lio of 1rloa iolmed, a im thit' Citeo of i?tlla r l li 1o a r l'nhrllti, tle Tow'n! of lEmorhdht 11III, and time Ilomo...

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CRICKET. MATCHES PLAYED LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

CRICKET. in i3.ATTC2tl PLA?FT LAST SATURDAY. The match Lorne v. onomnanhy resulted in de a win for the former. The scores were w Lorne 51, and Ii, for .140; Nonnmaaby 40. H Batchelor 10, Howden IS, batted well for iv tile Lorne ; as did Coney 20, Happell 10, for hi the Noniuanby. Ihtchlelor and lonl limwleda well for tile Lome, the formner taking 5 for ki 10, the latter 2 for I. Rose of Fitzroy s-. Evcyelen. This match ni resulted in a victory for the fonrer, by 50 to rn;tiies eeor eling 6, and IS, respct-i folly Madlldox, Told, aIl Beanie, playei i well for tile winners; also Preton and let sMoulder for the losers. st N1 .TCI [[ FOIL Tlls DAY. Lone v. Fitzroy 2nd. Lonle team Abra- so haiis, Cody, Ihatolelor. IHealy, lowdetn,ic 1o-el, tolghnan, l3cCulloch. l'itricei, no Sinpsoen, and Wynrmond. Emergencies, 1's Robso, Vaughan, andil Pratt. bi ilainbow Cricket Club v. Clifton Union, in ne Darling nanlens. Rainbow team, Barnes Ti (capt.), Byron, idlecy, Knott, 3t'Ilroy, in M'Intyre, Ro...

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LECTURE BY MR. A. J. SHEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

LECTURE B3Y MR. A. J. SHEEHAN. The Story of Ireland formed the subjeet of a lecture giren last night at St. lrigid's schoolroom, North Fitzroy, by Mr. A. . theelmns, in-aid of thie aal.ool f?l,. Thlere was a goodal attendnce, and the lectnirer, who is a native of Victoria, was greeted with applausoe o hois appacance. The lecturer traversed a great deal of ground, and dallt very thoroughly with his subject. lie re ferred to the various famnica witlh which Ireland hom bleen aflicted, to tile sympathy vhich haos always Ieec vinced to the Irish people in such periods of distress, and the dlisordrs arising froms tile continued pressure of poverty anld its attndat Cevils. Iti de picted thle Irishmal on his native coil, acl pointed out the genial disposition of the race. The Irish people had never beex lacking in Iravery or in military skill. They were in ancient times in the van of liberty's fight, and in more recent days, they had won for themselves fame inl the wars of ]lritain and othe...

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FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

FITZROY CITY COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council took place yestelrday even-ng. Pre sent : Tile lMayor (Cr. IHolden), Crs. Wood head, Clauscen, Brooks, Phipps, Showers, Moore, Lyons. Thle nminutes of the previous meeting, and tile outward correspondence weread reat nd eonfirlled. COnREsrONDENCF. From the Commnission for promoting tech Snolocal and i lustrial instroction, eosaging the Towns Hall for ,May 2,' ., 24, ? 5, 26, and 27. Received. From the -Public Works Department ar ranging for a deputation re Reilly-street dram. received. From W. CGrennogh, npplying to llave a room situate at 121 Certrudle.street, regis tered as a place for holding public meet ings. Cr. 'hipps moved that the request be not greented. On the motion of Cr. Lyons the letter was referred to the Select Co.t nittee. From tilhe Secretary Melbourne Orphanage Asylsln, giving as explanation re request for antisklnae oya widow earned OO'Reilly. Re ceived. From the Melbourne Benevolent Asylum, annoo...

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CARLTON COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8th. (Before Messrs. Craven, M'Murtric, Towers, and Lewis, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Fitzroy City Press — 11 March 1882

CAILLTON COURT. WEsneSD.AY. 1?ALrc 8th. (lefore Messrs. Craven, [P',Murtrie, Towers, and Lewis, Js.P.) An elderly woman, named Mary Jane Kearney, was sentenced to one inonth's im prisooment for stealing a chemise, a pair of drawers, and a pair of stockings, the pro perty o)f Ale Howard. Thomas Jones, for unlawfully assaulting Anne IIoward, was fined2Os. with the option of seven days incarceration. And the same measure of punishment was meted out to John Coleman, for unlawfully assaulting a eahman nanied Martin Rowan. Coleman was further ordered to ay 10s. costs to re imllmursa tile prosecutor for loss of time. A nightman's apprentice, namedl John Mynll, was fined MlO. for depositing night soil in a plublic street in North Carlton.

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