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CONCERT AT RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

CONCERT ''AT RINGWOOD. -o All amateur concert andl ball was hold in the lllngsood lIll;-'bon Friday, 8th Novenm ber, under the nuspices of the IL.A.C.B.S., St. John's Blranch, Mitcllham. There was a very largo attenldance, and tile concert throughout was a very interesting one. Tlhe proceeds weore devoted to tile branch benovulenlt hund. The entertainmc ht was opened by Mrs. )lamnber, playing a pianoforto selection which set thie nudiencu ilna good humor for what followedl. The noext item on the pIro gramneo was a conmio "recitation, " Thie Dis. contented man," and it was rendered in suilcr 'i f'eoq and'teasy mannor, that the aulience greeoted.its delivery with showers of aplianse. Miss Eva Hill followed with a colmio sollng, -" D)id 'ulll, did 'elm, do it." Mlini Iill seemeoud to enter into tliohe spirit of the seoltg, and Inot only sauni, but ateRd its coluical parts. This was one of the best songs of thie evening. Mr. JT. O'Neil de lighted tihe company with a comic song, the "ris...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INFANTICIDE AT CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

INFANTICIDE AT CAMIBER WELL. An inlquist \wa, held on thie holy of a niale child, uamo unknown, at thI Shtirwood I[otol, luamberwell, on Wednelu ay morning by the District Coroner, Mr. Candler. Tho body lid been fouilnd in an uncultivated oreharid ownlot by Mr. Williamson, near tho Camber\well racocoursa by two Mi ', who woro out birdneating on Friday, the 8th inst. The corpse was found in a secltdled spot under some apple tLoees. The following evidence was taken; Frederick Nownlam, a youth 14 years of ago, deposed that he was in comlpany with another boy on Friday, thle 8th inst., when they wont into Williamson's paddock to look for birds' nosts. They were in one corner of the paddock when their attention was attracted by a hand-bag which they saw under some apple trees. They opened the bag, and-found that it contained the body of an infant, They tlhen iwent and reported tlhe cir cumistance to tihe police at Cambcrwell. To the Coroner: Witness did not know Ihow tlhe body had got th...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTHDAY AT BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTH DAY AT BOX HILL. ---:0:- The roputation of thlis district no a Inoot suitable place for pilcni: is now fully ratab. lisheod, and is eagerly aught Iftoer by thotn ande, who, wVlCn they haYO a day to epare, rush away by an early train for liox Ilill. This was tlhe ca?e on Saturday, thle Prince of Watde' lhurthday, wlheii all the traijn op to twelvo o'clock, wtere lilled with viHitorn, who got out at lIox HIill. As soonn a the latter Htation wa. reached tlhey wolldedl their way to the ntllllerouln shiady niokl, which are so plentiful around lIox Hill. Tle vacant land Iatween Surrey ililtln ml Itox Hlill wan literally crowdedlcl with pinic palrties, ant the lanlc mnay be ?aid of thle ilttrervenlg coull try bctwcen the latter plaie atild I oncast'r. 'The great centre of attract:ioll c.i tile train, which wan illlnpet:?ed hy :oniom tihoisai lln, ilwho wila l lluch i .epleased at the ea:ny "l.llm r tia wai! wIIa la? to ran ip antlld vii 11wth lini. The local 'e teu t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

S Council Advoertiscmoi ts. Shiro of Nunawading. . T ENDIRS will be recelvqd at the Shlitre " ] a1l, fox Hill, up to 9.30 p.m., on Monday,5 Gthl inst., for ' the followithig works: .Contract 18--Culvert and earthworks on , liveradaloroad, at Fenwick's Gully. Contract'-i.-Pilching, larpav'Upg, and drain. - ing Station and Cambridge streets, Box Hill. Contract I--Post and rail fencing to reserve near Ol Shire IIHall. Contracts 5, 0, 7-Maintenanneo metal for North Riding, 2200 cub. yards. Contracts 8,' , 10-Mblaintenance metal for Centre Biding, 1750 cub. yards. Contracts -11, 19-Maintenance metal for SSouth ltiding, 900 cub. yardnls, A deposit of 5 per cent. on atnont of tender must be enclosed. I' lan and speciticntion at Shiro IHall, * No tender necessarily accepted. (B. order.) . .. I TAYI,0B, Shire Secretary. : · ·14th ov., 1880. S.Shire of .Nunawadiifg. : L. I, 0lfJO D OF o?. 111? 1..i'll. " L 1RES Applicantions will be: reccivod at .L' thoShiro Hall, Box Ilill, ulOtoS.t0p.m.in ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

BURTON & KNOX, EiSTAllLIBil[ID 188"J. GARRIAGE BUILDERS, . 3UR\VOOD -OAD, 1-I VT 1-[ORN. .H, ighelst Awards Melbourneo Centonnial and Adelaido Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late National " Agnicultural Society's Show. Canriages,.B uggios, Ph?:tone, Gigis, ,E:., in atock and buit to order. . IEP1'AI1S AND Il. XOVA'ING(. (iUAANTI'EE ALL WOlC. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. ILLTINFRY AND DR ANPIRY 111. ENTAlldIIENT, STATION STOXXT, Box iIIt.L. Theo IAdlee o BIox Hill and Surrounding Districts~anra invitd to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they havoe on hand a Hplendid Assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY IN TIlIE NEWIES' STYLES. .Alo, S A Glood Aetortment of Ladien' and Childrens' UIndorclothilng, Ilosiery, and (loves. Also, Plain and Fancy Hlibbone, &c. CHEAP STIIAW IIAT$ A SPEI'CIALITY. Aspinall & IMcMIurdi, IIOUSl':, L..NI} ,O I.STIATE. .AGEN7W, OIINI:R O0 STATION & RUTLAND STS. - BQX I-II....... I.OCAL ACIGENTS FORn I'i(orin T,*uracw ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

LOCAL NEWS. -:0: Adnams anld McKeunzeio will rTold an auction sate on HSaturdaty next at.Canterbury, when ti allotments of splendid land will b ofofered. This is a grand opportunity for- buyers. WV. 1I. Lovering will hIold an ncation sale on Thursday, 2jth Nqvyeomber at WV.?lPrry's rooms, Eliabethi street, when he will offer soino cholce allotments of lanld, situated ill Surroy IHills and Ilox Hill. Wo call attention to an advertisnement which apnllpears in our colllllu s where Mr. II. C. TLiebmIann (late of llut anld Liebuann, cilty) informs his friends and the ipublic tlmt Ihu has comnenced business at Burkeroald, Camberwell, as a hoese, lanld, estato, and inalneldal agent. A respccted residelnt ofl ,itclltnl was taking a drive with his falily onl Friday lahs, in the neiighborhood of lllngwot.d, when an accident haplpenled, thlrough either the gross tholughtlelssness, or moro olllpable, lisleiiv. olnlnessll, of aI boy. The boy rILanI acrosLs the road directly ill fronlt of the veh...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 November 1889

O.s: of tho principal topicas which is uppcrmost in thl minds of all politi cianis at tilo present time is tlh question of Federation. This has boon brought about to a groat extent by. thl report furnished by Major GCeneral Enwanus, who is of opinion that thle army and:navy of Autrallia, (if it can be called such,) should be under tile command of a general head. It is all very well to talk flippantly about Fodtlration and how much better we should bo, and what advantages we should-roap if the colonies wero wolded toother in one dominion. This is nidi'o easily said than dono. In our opinion tlhe first stop in this direction lies, in- the adoption by all the Australian colonies of a uniform tariff. Until this is done it is useless to talk of formulating a schiono which has for its olject aild'aim a Fedorated Australia. "Tho stitesime of the other colonies are saying some very hard and cutting:thiings about Sir Henry P1arlti.;"butliis latd:utterancos on tiis 'subject' a'd "tlhe most fi...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. under this henading is insoerted, free of clharge, the name and address of every one advertisiing IegIularly in our columnsIc. Anll advertiser whose ilutie may have |leni omitted is requelted to couIuIIIIIicalo al t ithe oIlico. Architects A. I. Cinrkel, Blackhurn. G. V. llaekburne, llox hlill. Aluclioneers Bradley and Cu'rtaii, Mlitchlm. linkers A. Lawson, While Horse Blond, Ilox 11111. lainks EIngliih, Scottish and Australian Chartered Ilank. Melbourne Savings luank, John Alsop, Actuary. iscuit Manufactulnrer- Swallow and Ariell, Port Melbourne. lllaeksmtiths and Whleelwrights ltergnlan nil CRntii, Canterbury-road, Ilox Hill. A. G(lennie, White Ilhorse.roal, IBox 1ill. (e100. Newuan, (irahan-est., Port Mehll. C. Sutton, White Ilorro Road, llux Hlill. lloardinghoulaeo A. T. fewis, Canterbury lid., Surrey Hlills. Bookl;seller O. 1:. I'llingworth, Main |load, Box Hlill. Ilotlloakers- .1. (load, Station.st., 110x Hill. llrassfoundclrs John DIanlks anld Son, lBo...

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THE ROSE OF NUNAWADING, OR LIFE IN THE EASTERN SUBURBS. A TALE OF LOCAL INTEREST.(WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE "REPORTER")CHAPTER I.(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

THIIE ROSE 0. NUHAWADING, LIFI~ IN TIM'l 1ASTI.lN SUlUUIIliS. -0 V A TAL O1F JrOCA, 1N'rl.tIlEST. (YVIIITTI:N I 'trusst.v FORn Till "lt Ril'OlTil:a") CIiATI:t I. (Continued.) At one time they were only separated from ,lulian by the well-triimunied edlge fence, ond heo was aftrid of attracting their nttentiol. As the 1toon was shedding its silvery light over theo (ee of nature he was ahl to o got a good look at the face and lgureo of the hIludsmle young women. They only remaitinedi i that position for a muinute or two, but in the space of that short tihe the image of hose Purcell was indelibly gravenl 1u1on his inemiory never to he forgottoen As-the evening was getting far advanced lulian hailed lthe passing train and caught -' h 310.310 train for lllackburnl, where he iS1 now resilding. CnaraTn 11. Julian Nortllon hail just turned 20 years of ege, and had been in the colony only a couple of years. l]o was what the world would call a hainlsolllo ilan,. Ito was iabove the middle heigh...

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BOX HILL V. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

[ox lf0r v.; OA?Tinutinfl'. Nolwithstanldilg thle tendeliey to*diiid rain the forimer club visited .idterbury; aid being sonli mueH short the COdnltr bury captain, although winning thid toss, to allow tdllo'thr Imen lllrnlig up, se'li!, Ihlis opponentis to the wickults, but they a did liot have a very long lease, beitllt alL out for 40. Caniy slhowiing best furmii. Menader (whom woe iulldsdtalld r .Iwa snullering froltl it apiliinltd w:riJit) Alii gLttliig well set when ai very fist ond Sproved tid iultlth All hint. i'dutlil'btury were more suceLssfdul, mllljily owing td the line display of T. Fouwlem iflutU muehI all excellent 7tI before he was snartly stumped by Cooke; nllay good strokes couldtbe menteiouled, but llhi dinu muki worthy was a bit to log oif i 'fill toss, for whlich four were run; anothler collld could havlIvo ben eiidded, but .lBarboull' slipped at strlilig and iuoiul niot after walrds get Iup the pace. ]hlrbour dtis pla'ed his old formno, illd added lniliteri; ally...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. Boyle and Scott's Trophy. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

SPORTING. --:0:- CfRICKET. Boylo and Scott's Trophy. On" Saturday last the Camberwell Cricket Club played their first match this season for Boylo and Scott's pince. In the first draw the Camberwell club got the bye, and the second draw re sulted in the Richmond Juniors having to face the Catimberwell Club, on the ground of the latter. Thle day was any thing but pleasant. Thile rain caunme down in torrents, making the ground and bowling crease very unlllesant. iHow. ever, the ganto was continued despite the weather. The local men were the first to go to th e wickets, which began to full at a rapid rate, anld it seemed as though they woild be defeated in one innings, but tlheir luck changed, when the two last uten got together, who brought the score from 28 to 88. lfamtilton and McGee were the first to handle the wil low, the trundling of the leather being entrusted to the ca're of Over and IEadio, both of whom were on the spot. McGee, just its le was gettingt his eye in, infor t.'-li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

.,vIIIi REPORTER Circulates Largely in Box Hill, Surrey Iill., Cantorbuiry Cambuerwoll, Doncastori J3urwool, B3alw·yut, Blackburn, Tunstall1 itrll~un an t ·RilignýuoJ,

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MITCHAM V. RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

- MirCn.M v. RINGowooD. Tlhi'mditclh was played on the iung wood ground last Saturday, and was won by MIitchlap by 4.0 runs. The following are the soorcp--iitelhamn 82, .lRilgwiood 4L2. Swift 25, Cornwoll' 20, and MeClolland 10, batted best for Mithalmn, Mfclurgon with 20 not out -was the only one who obtained double fgures. for Riniwood. nooore with 8 wickets for t6, anrld l?'nokor 0 for 9, bowloe: boat' forn- ;d Miltohbam. A match will be played to.morrnw.at) Surroy- Ilills botween the 'Stirrly Djills Juniors and , Casjborwell " GrUitnmer' School.'. ,'.he following will do battle for thIo Junliors, who are requested to-be on the kromund not later than 2.45 p.m. Bowen, Flutchor (2,) Johnston, ilo,bison. Smith, TeULrry, T'hoidns, Vine, (capt..) •Vilson, and Zuplin. The fellowing are the teamn selected to plny Ringwood hit ]lahltburn on Satur day next, players to be on the ground at 2.30 p.m.:-S. Siicesby, J. J. Snoesby, O'Keofo, Park, Parry, MLeollan,. McComb, Charge, Skeels, Quarte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Boroondara Council. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. Boriiondatr a Coincil. Mosstibt NoS~~ E)I1 TI. ]Preset--tr. hidks o " c sid it) in ich linIr, dijil crs.Veuir, Dillonfu, andt 'Tri Nw Pos'r Orie'vsg. A lette,' iais receivel from tlie Postal )eplarteiient stating that lthle )elpartment, would not be justified in gralling an olther postal delivery. 'The teltiders for the neIW post ollice had been let, nnd the work would bii commenced furthlwith, \Vhen the building was completed the IDeparlewent would take into considera. tion the request asked for by the council, Ihox Ilir.I. G as Weoaans, A letter was read froll Thomas Contes and Co., of the l ox 1llrl Gaus \Works, stating tiait it was optional willth the eouicil to light the stlreet Imps with gas supplied frolo t1he lox. Hill gas onmeter. The letter was reeivced. W\'srun Sovelr.v. The Secretary read a report of thle proC'eediigs of a eonferen'e which lhai beel held between relreseutatitves frittm the lloroendarra and Nunawad'ling Coui cils ot the subject. The replsrt ...

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO MISS PASCOE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO MISS PASCOE. . . . . o .... . We regret to state that a seriolls accident happened to Miss l'ascoe, daughter of Capt. I'ascou, R.N., of Forest IHill, on Sunday, last. Th'i young lady, il company with iher mother and a gentleman had returned fron Maol bournei, and wero about to continue their journey homo when the aecideint occurred. Mrs. l'asco and the gentleiman had gotinto the vehiclo and Mis 'I'ascoo was in the nat of entering the conveyance at the rdar, shn had got her foot ou the btop when the horso took fright at sonIething and d?ierved, with the result that fMiss t'ascoo was precipitated with great violelce to the ground. 'The young lady fell on the back of her head, and was reldered insenlsible. McOssr. Ketford andl Rowley, who witnessed the ocet rence, went to the assistance of the young lady and helped to take iher to the residelnce of Dr. Vaulghan. Upon oexamination, the doctor found that the young lady had sustained a severo cut at the back of the hea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

SURREY HILLS AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. On Friday evening last the memIbers of the above club performed thle sensational dramlnof " Dick Turpin " in the Rlcreation Hall, :Surrey Hills. There was a large at tendance, all the front seats being well tilled. Speclal tluso0 was provided for the occasion by Mtours. ,. A. Colenmaun and T. Ireland, who discoursed lively airs between the acts, and played a selection fromn the "Grand Duchess" as an opening overture. This had been specially arranged by Mr. Ireland. Tile Dramatic Club deserve to be co-n. gratulated for the satisfactory manner in which they put the drama on the stage, and also for the clover and enthllsiastic lmanner in which each performer represcnted his and hir part. The leading characters were de. puted to Blessrs. J. Carter, W. Alton, who took the part of. Dick Turpin and Tom King -, . U. Smith, W. It. Ford, W. W. Fogarty, enast, Bliss S. Johnstone, and Miss Edwards. The daring exploits of Dick 'Tlurpin and Tnom Kilg were faith...

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SALE OF GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

* ALE OF GIFTS. A .alo of gifts hold under the auspicos of thle ladies connected with the W\Vsloyan chuiclh, Jlox Hill, was opened in the Rocreation Hall, yester day afternoon. The largo hall was handsomely decortled for the occasion, andi whno it was filled withl the largo and varied stock of 'pretty and usuful artiolus the sight u+hi\l an imposing one. For nmontlhs past thti lalies have hoon toiling wook aftet'iweek in order to produce the. \4ttubloi .things. now offered for salo, aid.it is to ho hoped that their oxertions will meet with the reward such an undertaking de serves. ''The hlgo' stall in which all fancy goods are 'tuitefully laid out is under the special supervision of lesdanmos lromnilowh Sutton, Walters, Comnpstoin (2,) Swicethuld, Yiltdell, Williams, ]Brown, C(otto, Aspinall, Mlashsey, and Milsses Yeoiuman auid Valloe. The refrecshment stall was lIdeputed to the care of Mesdanues Kellord tand Sampnson, who wre assisted by the Misses Sutton, Kell;rdl, and Luke, iand ...

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LOYAL DONCASTER LODGE M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

LOYAL DONCASTER LODGE M.U.I.O.O.F. -o The first social in connection with the above was held in the Atheuteum, Dloncaster, oil Thursday night, Itt ~stii,, tland was a groat success. A large niumber went froml 13ox Hill, in order to show- their synpathy with their friends at Doneaster. Tfie first part of the entertainment consistod of a concert which interested as well as amnused the audience. Mr. F. Giroman opened the entertainment by playing, with his usual good taste and feelng, an overture on - the piano. This was followed by a song from fr. Fogg, whosoe voico sounded well in "Let ine like a soldier fall." Mr. Chescoo, whose services are hrought into requisition at every concert, amused the company by singing " For ever and for over." Thile next item on the programme was a duet by AMisbss E. and A. Rtawlings, who sang in good time and tune " lome to our mlountains;'" this song was deservedly applauded. Mr. WVatson, of Kew, gave a comic song, " A night with the baby" to tihe satis...

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MR. S. NATHAN'S NEW FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

MR. S. NATHAN'S NEW FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. The city has had Ia :plhnlid addition made to it the last we kI, Mr. Nathan having erected it largeo live-:storied Iutilding reaching to tihe height of t100 ft., in Svansto-nst., next the premisico lately occupied by Meesst?. Solomon c Co. 'S?hte huttildiitng coers ground 82 ft. fronltuao to Svn:an-Ist., by It depth of 83 feet to i right of waoy bIhing to lfonsdalo street. The :pace in the .thow window, (of which thore are live,) is tottoetlly laid out with all kinkt of choice st artiulcm of furniture. 'L'he S?how root ali re separalted by tlargo glass follingi door;l, tld atre illuminated lat night by Ltwo handsol m nickel and crystal chalatuliers, containing altolgethcr lilty electric btrl eril. lThe illpper floor ,i Stlp, poirted by ta uimber of bIrnzot pillarsr, t\hicth add t tthe atltractivrenfIc of the pllaco. ''lhe Igrould floor ii devotel, d Ito ciclrpitj, linll(k il:;i crockery, and ilironmontery, of vhlihh there Il a slehn li 1 ;hlo...

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BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. Before Mr. Drury. P.M., and Messrs. Ellingworth, Lovering, Garside, and Weather by, J's.P. FILTHY LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 November 1889

BOX HILL POLICE COURT. --:o:--- FuItxAy, EovRIlSMIE 10. Bleforo Mr. Drury. P.M., and Messrs. Ellingworth, Lovering, Garside, and WaVntlherby, J 's.P. II.TLTY LA.NGuAOR. A married woman nained Loisan Her' wood sued her brother-in.law, Chas. Iterwood, for using insulting and abusive langunge to her in a public place on the itih of Novenmber. It appeared fromt the evidence thatl the dia. pute arose over a cow belonging to the prosecutor's husband, which had got into the defendant's paddock, and ho had made ia charge of l()s. for the sis*nance of the animal. This amount M[rs. HIer. wood's husband refused to pny, and when hlo went to get the cow the disturbance, which led to the present court case, occurred. It was sworn inl evidence that defendantltt hatld made use of language that was filthy in the extreme, and who deserved all thle punishment that. he got from the Bench,. We shall notl dis. grace our cotlullmns by evon inainuatingi what it waits. At the sulggestion of thet defenldant'...

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