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LONDON. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

LONDON. ; SATURDAY. ;; . Forty thousand nailers have striick in England, resisting a reduotion of wages. Prince Bismarck is indisposed. J.; A oomet was visible from Greenwioh and Washington, and is.supposod to bo the same comet recently discovered in Sydney. ?; 1 Charles 'Dillon, tho well-known actor, is doad. ?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Braidwood Day Coach. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

LOCAL AND; GKBNBftAL NEWS,, Braidwood Day Coach. The first trip of a nevr'dny ooncli, which ;vrill run.between hero and iBraidwood, is to bo' madeJor^ay^vTJio',undertaking. is set on foot hy "Messrs,) Morai) rUrotlipro; twbo ave ..\\^jl.knoifn/tu!;tI)o.3traTolHn(;..<pubHe.\ -Tho enterprise is^ a hoi^}v one, and. wo wish its originatorsVuccnss.' Full particulars oau bo seen in our. advertising calumns, - i

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. AND OUR OTHER CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. MONDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. 11'IIOJI GHEVILLE's TELEGKAM 00. AND OUIt OTHER COKHESroNUENTS.] SYDNEY. MONDAY EVENING. DR, OAITYN telegraphs from tlio Quaran tine station-that Mrs. Hughes' baby, eix months old, presents unmistakable symptoms of small-pox, and that there is no doubt the mother io iuoculated through suckliug tlio obil;'. The patients who were previously on lioaltliy ground were immediately iso lated. Dr. Hudson roportod to the Govern ment to-day thnt tho epidemic of chiokon pox prevails in the city; this feet came under his notice whilst inspeetipg tho city with tho police, searching for small-pox.. Tho cases complained of avo confined to children from six to nine years of age. Dr. Foucart sent his report to tlio Govorntuen! to-day, and it is not likely that a clean bill of health will bo givon, or tho doctor re leased till to-morrow. ... Th« case against Cocks, tho publicati, for; .causing -tho duath of aPotar Buckley, was further hoard to-doy, at the police-court, and wus ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Hospital Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

Hospital JYEems. >, \. There is nt present on olrl tromBii, an inmate of tbo Goulburn Hospital^ who has boen;suffering i'rorn n variety of complaints; Besides being afflicted wi^li total deafness for many yearn, she haB "lately beou ailing very,, seriously .with liver complaint. ,. L.'sfc week' b lady named ' ifrsj Moodio, ? from fll arulan,, whilst .viewing. the hospital noticed the poor woman, who 'was just becoming convalescent^ and, pityiDg her very much, as,soon as she arrived home started a sub* scription and quickly got together , a sum; of £4j2/, which she forwHrded'for . the poor patient's benefit, - sending her at the stima timo soino warm clothing, which wore much needed in her case. The old > wotnnn is named Annie- Fceny, nnd; is the widow of sergeant-Feeny, who diod'6ome twelve y oars ago at Penrith. She is* without friends or relatives',in the country,'except one.nephew, and it is fearoil'she will be enliroly destitute when 'discli'jrged' from'1 tlio' hospital. S...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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RUSSIAN ARMY RE-ORGANISATION. ST.PETERSBURG, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

RUSSIAN ARMY RE-ORGANISATION. ST. PjiTisnsDDiia, Juno 25. ; Reports are curient iu well-informed cir cles in this city to tlio effect that important; changes tiro impending in tbo Russian military, organisation. General IgimtieiE iB saiii tu be btrongly in favour ol oxtonsivo retrenchment in the army, mid proposus reductions to tlio ox'out of Bonn'al millions storling.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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New Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

New Railway Time Table.' We loa'm tlint a new 1 railway time,' table iwill'. como into.' force, on the .1st; proximo,! and amongst other changes likely to-be made is the discontinuanco'of the through' train for' Albury, noiv .starting nt8 a. in.1 on" Mondays; 'Wednesday's;; und.l:l<Yidays.: ,Tho 9. a, tn. train, now only, running as far, as Picton, ;,will run daily, asfar, as Goul burt), as it did' formerly; and 'om the return' .journeystbe' trains now starting ' from: Albury on Tuesdays, Thursdays,'1 and Sat urdays/ dtG.n.w',, and arriving injSydney at. 10. 10 p. m., will, be done away with; and! the daily, "train from Goulbur'n will start at' 11 a. m. ond, reach Sydney at 5. 20 p.m.,| whilst the whole of the: worfc eonneoted with: Albury.'Melbourne^and'other ploces below! Gonlburn, i will be. performed':') bv,tbe .night; mail;:train leaving Sydney nt ;8.:30 p. m.,i and - the return train leaving' '-Alb'ury1 at 3 j p. in:, instead of'.3.-. 15 ;p.{m/'vns^n'ow',,, to i rea...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COMMERCIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN ENGLAND AND FRANCE. PARIS, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

TFIE COMMERCIAL RELATIONS HE TVVEEN ENGLAND AND FliANCE. PARIS, Juno 24. Communications continue to be exchanged between tho British unfi French Govern ments on tho subject , of the commercial treaty between tlie two countries which will eNpire in November. Tlicso roveal fresh points of consid'Trt'ion in tho discussion, and. the negotiations nra consequently slow id progress. The French Government have, therefore, agreed to prolong the treaty for three rnuu'ba boyond tho time fixed for its termination. LONDON, Juno 25. The English Press is d- voting consider able attention t< tho question of the renewal ot I lie commorciiil treaty with Francs. The increase wliicli it is proposed to make in tho duties to bo levied in tlmt country upon Eng lish goodtf is exciting much unfavourable comment In commercial circlos, and.thero is a gro\viogTj>gitBtioij against the. ronewal of ilid irHrtty; tho terms of which «re likely 10 prove detrimental to English mitnufacluriiig interosis....

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

MASS WILL Jilt CELEB 11A TJl'p A T ,GOU&BUftN DI&TBIOT. ' ' ; Juna 29-FnoBt1" of "Saint's PoleriVnd Paul, XIoU (lny of OblicHlioti, Gnrrund«h;; . July 3-Grnbbcn Gulicn Spriug Valley,' Bread' albano. . . 10-'i'urul(»8, LaggRO, Mummell, O r rConfinuoliou-at SU. ..l'olorAnud 'Paul's-Ca'tliedril, w ,tipulba«j»ii ^undfy, 3J.bI July; .!, -. f.' r^ORpOIcS^ELL DI&TlUC'r. . Juno 29tli, Wednesday; (Holiday of, Obligajion), Airs. Pennington'*, Bioda. ' ' ' I'?»?? ? v yAbs Mfssicw. . ^ -> ' ?? 1'inalong, Sunday, July 3 tiunninjg.rSumlay, July 10. .* ? c ?' , : '

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

STOCKTAKING © ©BEAT IN General Drapery, Clotliiog, etc. BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY. -.For Fourteen Days Only ! JfclljffiT BROTHERS HAVING a very LARGE STOCK of NEW WINTER GOODS, have determined to make sucli REDUCTIONS in all DEPARTMENTS as will ensure a SPEEDY CLEARANCE previous to -3 -ap takb kt Men s, Boys', and Youths' Clothing, Blankets, Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, Towels, Quilts, Paney Dresses, Winceys, &c., &c. At Xicss 'tban KaBf-lPffice I A LOT OF REMNANTS TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST! {Blankets 3s lid} (Blankets 4s lid} ? IBrotlaers ' f Blankets Ss lid"} B0BIBU8M fBlankets 6s lid} Double IS'ecl SBlanketg @s. lid. to'3'Guineas. £ Boys' Overcoats, 3s" lid, Men's Overcoats 8s 6d J Men's Ovrc^ats, 8s 6d Men's Tweed trousers b-nd-Vests .to match, 8s 11«1 RILEY BROTHERS' Men's Colored Mole Trousers, 3/11 RILEY" BROTHERS' Men's Tweed Trousers, 5/11-worth 8/11 RILEY'BROTHERS' Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests, 8/11 -worth 14/6 RILEY BROTHERS' Men's do do, heavy mak...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

COMMERCIAL OOOO'IOftf il' t .1 FARM PRODUCE.1 ' ' y ; SYDXEY,-Saturday.; . r 4 At 4tbo* railway alalion^iUai'ling'Harpo.ur,: "dU^'Ap*"' tho! .we'elr; llie'ro lias" .?beob.,:.n\ good .'Biipply-of forfifeo' nnd! prod'uueiforward' from' ? ./(tho???.various districts- on'the Westom utid . " .Souther^ linps.,... T,ho(ranrket.was fairly at-v tended)"'nnd prime samples of hny main tained Into ra'es.. Oatnn buy,, in halo, sold from "<3/11; to J 5/3.; inUruss,i-3/7 to 4/7 ;- and' Jjuridla, .3/1^ to, 5/jB; ppi'tOAjn: j i luppriioi fbay,,; 'in "I'russ, 3/2 to 4/3'; straw, in bftlasj' good cloan samplos, 2/6 to 3/1;> in ;bundles, ,2/9 to ''P,onn:o\y;t jjljoaten^ uHafty" in^balfis? :,4/6.»to. / fi/2 ; mforioiv <l/r'"porj 0^);;;0nton<jliu£Fitin. bugs, 5/-fta'5/5 ; mixed,ditto,' inbago, 4/-to -y ^/l^'6r;,o\vt; btigs' inolml'od ;? nnd 'in balos,! ^3/8 ; cutBtrawj;'m b^losj 2/ld to 3/.1,; whoatoni fi^.y,kjri slioavos, 2/9/l.o^3/7;;,:,iiiabun(ljlos,i>3/4 " p'or-...

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PASTORAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

. PASTORAL -LETTER. Tlie. foljowing circular, was read on Sun day i^ii^W^nii^Panl^patluhdir/tlj'and tbocolltction^'for tbePopo ie to be raodB^next 0WQy,', m.,. .;rir?,.i i, . To/rzip Catholic Giupar. Xwn Lktrx OF. THE "?"O- ** X;Dlo6xSB1OS,,''66vLb0RK7 H*1' Dearly Belovod Brethren^-The Church founded by Christ is One and Oat ho lie 6y the uniop.ofits members, wjthitB divinely . tcbrf&tituted Head--'f -Tliou1 art Peter.'aud on thiVrocIhjwill I build myjOhurcl),'f &ro divine words. On him who/holds; Peter's i oififeo tho'Oburoh i3 "built*; those ; who hold communion with ftimare kepi'on (bedrock/ ;p,flU,are<Baved?tlrdm-being,Uo'sBod about/ by every wind of doctrine,. - , I, The powers of this world havo often fried), their strength to strike down the Church'bf . i, Christ, but liave^'as ofien'v'failed; When* l' Petei-j wns crucified, the Churoh did,not:lose. ., its lifej fur another toolr his^placoI' -WEutlier 'the, sujojjjwjr jofj Petop \enjoyed [peace jin ...

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REFORMS IN ARMENIA. LONDON, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

REFORMS IN ARMENIA. 'Tirwnnv. Juno 25. Xo tho oouraa of the debfilo/ in tho House,. of Commons iftst nighty Mr. GrLidstuiJO ia nlludinj; to tho Auttlu-Tiirkish ngroooiuiir, stated th;it ilio Eail of Duli;uiiu, tka now Auil>asfaii<r at the Porto, hud b-un specially instiuctud to Inko sto j* with i» view 10 ox|io dit» tho rui'orniB in Armenia, in accordance with thu forms of th« Convention.

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THE ANGLO-TURKISH CONVENTION. LONDON, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

THE A.NGL0-TUBK1SII CONVENTION. 'LONDON' JUNE 24r In the Hou80 of Commons a'' longthy I debate- hastoken, plnco on'r, iKq';" Anglo-j TurkigH- 'OonVGntioD^ coaolucied by tho' Inte Lord,;;Bflaopnsfleld'8'^ ".Q-uvovninent, in 1878, ,. '.'jWtia-:h'andad,, OVOP . t'p^ the British,i: arid . oertain riglue,of/,oontrol |.\v:ore conferred upon |Jl'o British Consuls . in Turkish 'Armonia. Tho Eadionl mombera fcjok\aj 'prominent- partin-thodobnto ",atid . urjji^' should fortliwith >' ^The Premier,'in reply, made a speech'in 'which ho renewed the®, atfabki '.whioh.ihe.mada. 'at;,tho titnel on the polioy of tho--Conservative Ministry, and,'!justified ^everything.,lie 'had , said >in regard thereto; : vHo-declared, however^ that i( it.was ponoitlio loss impossiblo to nnnukthe,, a., ,,or>nTbnti'on,'or restore UypruB to tho misrule tif'tho Turkish. authorities.1.1-.,vi,v..«v.;

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

Y^S-';HNEWSfel-' f;/o ^ .(FUOMjOUltjOOHnKSrONDENT): At; the> police s-oourjrt; 'o m?Sa t.uird aj^befor e -i litho'RolipjJ^ma^istmtoy^iniam^Toun'gl^wlio '^vaVohargeJlvwithWagrarioy^waB^Be'ritJtb gao^ for >14 Hays/-David JiEclwaidfiffofi drunken- ^ n'pss^w'asIlinGd.SOa^Korifsbv.enVda^Si^-Bmily; i-Hal I Vt ol i«s*- * nflT 4 iWedjndeoent^lWg'uage^ ; i pg. des'tr oyodi, so'm e|» proper tyjlyal uod!* at^O. j whilst*<in* tho^'oell^on^ho^ night^provioiis. ? She pleaded guilty^ to the first dbar^eiUand \ wtt8'cony;iot_e'dj.of the second., A, fine,of'00s, witli; tli'ejalteruativG'ofisix weeksiin-igaolwna.i imposod^fbr^heyndpoon^language^iiand^for.i .ordered-Wpny'its:valWokolseigdtogaolior, '{r furtheiPperM * _ ? MA?.4fo o tbaUVmatdUftopUTp 1 fiqbn Sim pso n''s . {mddbolc^onlSai:ur^ay|fBfternoon^bet\veon;;i! Cni" i ; I I I ? ? ..... I I I - and Hpothor. fi 0111 Bui'wooiJ ulul» Buying they would im-oS Ynss on the IGth pioxiirm, On 1I10 motion of Mr., C '-iiroy, the ae ro'avy, '...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

OOOTAMUNDBA . NEWS, f BUM ACCIDENT;-A very old and favoutits " whip" in , tliis autl the Gundagai distriqts-Mr. Frank Goodwin-broka big collar-bono 011 Saturday, his horse falling-with hinras he crossed the bridgo from Albury, tpAVudonga. Ho was oil horsebaolr, hot'piloting thu 'bus; Dempsey's '* TiioitouaiiBiiEDs.'-^-Tho ;,New Holland and Kelpie cblti did a' grarjd gallop .,on the poottttmin,dra,course*(which,is in,fina c'onditioa, for.(? iraiuingiipuiposes j/ilon Satur 'day-young Tracy,- <6at* 101 b up; onSun light; . arid- Mat. Oondou on Duckenfiuld. Sunlight had. tho.be'st'Of if.y m > '? (Disi>UTis...BiiTAVJ5ENi Niciannouns.-- Tlio >she9p-f'enon8; boiweon Mr. "rt'aoy'.'an'd-^l'r. Gurry wore piilled down, in; several places on !the dividing lino; ou 'Thursday.Inst, and the shoep allownd~to'go-at larye; Tho dispute 'is to bo aeltlod by arbitration. < COBB AND Oo.-This; pushing fim-(mf\n -agamoot hr tliia^dijtr,iob'>Mr? ''Lloydjrof'-IL'fiT 4outla| ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney, Herald.) TERRIBLE MASSACRE IN ALGERIA. MADRID, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

LATEST BY. CABLE. i- imi.': ^Fromithe Sydney Herald.) TERRIBLE MASSACRE IN ALGERIA. :;-;i , "i .-- vm .; i ' MADRID, JUNE,24. ' latelligoopo/.'has',been received..; by. tlio; (SoverninoDt. ofa ,; tarri ble ocourroiioa'. at' Snida,, n. plnoa in Algoiiu, ,whioh for some time1 past priat has been colonised by Span-' Jn'i'da/., Tha\8GUlers| in ; oonimoa Willi1 the F.reu.oliji'oaiieh'ta,! linvo lately .'.,'baeri Regarded', with muohihoatility bj X^10 native Algerians/ who rooeiitly 'roaB in TebolUon.; ? They were suddenly attafckod by, a 1 largo, numbor of Arabs, VndjJ,as ,;&fly werp'taken thoyy^ere.'unable^o oifoi' aprolonged ;'reaiat-' anco. Oaa;h'uudred;colooist9 . wore : killed, apd 400, wei'6Jbijliar \youaded ot carried off prisoners//'./;*/

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; nnil what'n ilie newi!"-King John. Masonic halls ore quite the rago. The Amoricati plnyod to a good house last ; night. . . Two cases of typhoid lever are now in the Bourke Hospital. The small-pox scare is still at fever height in tlie other colonies. Considerable interest was taken in yester day morning's police court.. Sovoro frosts havo prevailed around Goul burn the lust, lew nights. Tfjero are but six patients in the Goul burn Hospital ut present. Dr. Foucurt was released from quarantine ,atOu Cbong's premises on Monday. The case between Mrs. Bills and Mr. 0. Furner, for assault, was dismissed yester day. The Oberon mail was stuck-up on Satur day evening by a man, who has not yet been apprehended. Owing1 to illness in tlie family of the Hon. 'James Watson, the proposed banquet has . been postponed. AD illicit still in full work has beon dis . covered in a right-a-way off Little Bonrke street, Melbourne. The boy William Hall has been com mitted for ...

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An Ill-fated Family. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

ni>.v >-.'? 'An''.Ill-fated'-Family. -.< -n t .i, Tho i, Mary boroii p;b/Qhrou.1,01e rolates,,,th e following On the'80th May Mr. Walter -Bradtiurn, und'or- enpfaft'emeui to Mr.1 Powers to 'reside on ar'solcction',Bt llahjti|,!vto ..the, oastwardiof, Tiaro, loft, Maryborough', 'and 'apparently readied Jiis destination,(iV ibiibr soquentlV 'th0 *f<r6sidGiico wasv -visitcd;.; by^ several®' persons[,- whof*,Stt\\r,y' no?,.trnop,!;.01 , Bradburh." .On , Monday 'Mr. Pitt,' 'of Owanyillaj* found, Brad burn,'s; swag, noar a Hv'iitorholo 'about -a" ..mile^from .. tho.v.;lahiti residence., "Two of the/ missin^'man 8 i relativeWjexhrained,<thd -lpoajjjty. pn^'TUesdjiy. anH found that of 'the rations taken .byjliun frora Mnryjbpronpjlionly ^euouph,, for; ,one, dny's1* consumption i'had^yCHsnppe^ared. 'Mounted' "Constables1'' ,Pickering ' Dawson, some.blaclc'AtrQokers).and,1)private\fiends of jBradburn/started; on^'a.,search expedition, but,upHo last night...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

Football.' 11 ? ' (;g>iTho, rgfc11rnj\tooto 11;>!bo*tV'Qen,tho ;G-oul!jiirn< and Victoria (Qoulburn)..l^ootbalL !-01«baf was played on tile" former's ground on" Sat-j urriuy,»Iast, and afjain.resulted *.iu:;a .victory? , for tlitiired andvblaok bv two ^oaU^aBd onei :try/H.the/'.iViotorittfl' f'oilirig .to1-sodreTo,-»poitft|i Through the ;late ;;QrrivAl ,olVtIi0 iGoulburn^ men,- the. leather,was.not sent rollin^runiilj 3/40 ,pjn.; L'jfJ,UiG ^amp; \vns;('nst!,dod.furious nil through ; the new club showinf^a'marked improvement, on their old form;/und,^ ifi ,they:;swill only koepUip .!.ihQir practio*'ot"A^iiqy may, hope., to.:tuake;thiiif;s .a., little,^livelier -for, thei senior., club| in; tb^i' /utslrom^'Tho Jrentu^ra ol\Uio'i dn'y's plny ; was.tho iriagnifi cent goal /kicked: by Edwards, from a>tonoh secured¥hyt himself. Baker got tho^otho^' two touches, horn one of which Eawards a^ain scored a_goal.v. 'The following arevthol .j)layers'.iwlio',;loolc; /part; inlt...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 27. Before Messrs. H. H. Voss & C. S. Alexander. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. / V * i * ** i* £ ' X* ' ^ MONDAY, Jonb 27. Before Mosrch. H. H. Yosa & 0. S. "^ . ? Alexander. , ?DnUNK AND liI80HDKJlTAr. ? i" Jl'atrlok McGraih was,oh urged* as above, , Cous'ablo Drucumond proved the, charge; ftleofs that) primmer made?,- ubb of very bail languaue,:!nnilvtbat ho had boon frequently punished for similar offences," ' ' , . iTn'e bench decided that - as prisoner bod been convicted- of drunkenness three times within 12 months, Iw was guilty of vogranoy, and oidored him to pay 20/- for having boon drunlc and disorderly, or, else . to go to gaol for 7 diiyB ; for vagrancy ho -was. Bent to gaol lor 2 months. , [Subjoined ia the portion of evidence in the case Bills v. Furuor, which was tulcon at the police court on last Saturday, before Mr C. S. Alexander,] , ; ASSAULT. Owen Furner was charged with having, on tlio 20th instaut; assaulted Elizubxth Mary Bills. : Plen, not guilty. . Mr. Davidson for; complainant, and Mr; .Belts for defendan...

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