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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1872. (Before Messrs. Nimmo and Whiteman, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

Wednesday, August 28, 1872. (Before Messrs. Nimmo and VV iiitoman. J.P.'s.) Minor Offences.—Michael Monahan, for neglecting to place a light on an ob struction, was fined 5s. John Young was fined 5s. for allowing his cliimney, to eatcli fire. Bobert Lewis for a similar charge, was mulcted in the same amount. Debt Gases.—It. H. "Whitwortli v. Jas. Gott, special, £8 12s. 2d.; the amount to be paid within two 'montha, with. 7s. Cd. costs, in default one months imprison ment. T. D. Hanson v. Edward Kane, goods, £3; verdict for the amount. with os. costs. AVilliam Currie v. Maher Bros., use and occupation, £3 3s.; order for the amount with 5s. costs. J. H. .Buxton v. Theodore Battye, spccial,'£3'7s. 6d., (not served).. It. Balleny v. John Moore, goods, £2 13s.'3d.; ;^erdict^yith'5s.'; costs. It. Balleny v. Jno: Kelly, goods, 13s. 4d.; payment ordered'with 5s. costs. Maintenance.—James Craw was sum moned by his wife" Jessie Craw, for leaving her andj .t\yo^cHldren; without.-lneans of supp...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Emerald Hill Police Court. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1872. (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M., Messrs. Foote, Haig, and Barker, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

<J£wnalli|iJoltce CEourt, Satijhbat, August 24, 1S72. (Before Mr., C. Mollison, P.M., Messrs. , Foote, Haig, and Barker, J.P's.) ! Vagrancy.—An old ■woman named i Julia Connelley. was sentenced to three months imprisonment for having no law- i ful visible means of support. i Drunkenness.—J. McKechie, charged ] with being drunk, was fined os. or twenty- i four hours' imprisonment. . ] ' Debt Cases.—Margaret Mack v. Kate i Scoltock, wages, £o 16s. Od.; the . sum 1 of £1 with. 2s. 6d. costs was paid into " : Court,' and the Bench considered that j amount sufficient. Lazarus Sicree v. ; Johu Hocknell, money lent, £4< 18s. 6d.; dismissed without prejudice. Henry i Jennings v.' John James, work and labor, ; 2s. 6d.;; verdict for the amount with 5s. ] Illegal Detention of a Bird. —Jolin '] Charles Wime was summoned by Isabella ; 'Dwi"ht, for illegally detaining a cockatoo : valued at £5. ...The Bench ordered ..de fendant to restore tlie bird, on complain ant paying 7s...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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SPECULATIVE ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

; -WE^b'elieve^'tfiat^e'must^Have-estab'-' | lishe'dl'for Yourselves "the "character of j being ttie^most.g.ulliblej as,.syell as be ; , ing the riclfesti^cbl6nists,"in"i1the world;; {^riot^efiliIemaii>wbali(iVe9er-; have had '• the impudence,'-toVcorhe down with the: : unblushingiproposal of-agentleman who ' is down froti£India7foi;.the purpose of : launching/.a ^company with the some f what high-soundingi'name of "" His j Highness the Nizam of Deccan's Indo [ Australian Stud Farlii'and HorseDepot i 'Oompanp(to. be$niiKd)i"-D 'XliEs^gen i tleman has issued a pamphlet, illustra t live of the intended operations of thei i .'company; in-this we learn that "His Excellency the Nawab Mookhtar Ool 3 moolkSirSalur J.ung, K;.C.S.J..llegent r of the'Dcccah, India,"1 who'' enjoys iu l a high degree rthe couliUence and- re i verence of, :thc. rEHglish'residents: and of the British Government, whose faithful^ally he has ever been; his 'high; character for integrity, liberality, and ..enlight...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

A somewhat singular accident occurred in con nection with the " Koscuisko" on her homeward bound passage oil' Pangenesis while being boarded by the pilot. A Deal boat came alongside to itako a telegram on-shore, and it is usserted-by the boatman that the pilot " filled on" the ship before the boatman had time, to get clear of her, while the pilot says the.boatman, as he came out of the cabin, told :him. to "fill on her," and that it,was the fault of therboatmen themselves, _iu any case the boat , was capsized'alongside,' and the men thrown ;but,;fortuhately they were all picked up, their boat however'was stove. We find that one of our late Saudridge. resid ents is prepared to astonish the aquatics of Sand: rhurat iu, the .boating way. , See ; the 'following advertisement'whioh appeared: a few.days since : —"A challenge.—William G-illett (late waterniau of Saudridge) is open to row Imey Josephs (late waterman of the Upper Yarra), on the Gi-assy Flat Reservoir, three, miles, for a sum...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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THE SILTING UP OF THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

THEisi^TiN^^!6i.THl.f'AT. It; is: a • some what;sjri'gular,-coinciclence that our .maritime: :correspondent' or ! [ .c^)ial;contr;ibjitor from /^Dpwnibyitlie i * Sea," only last week-said it passed.his j comprehension' why the ^'directors -of the dredging operations,'..in.,,the . Bay took the-|raised-*silt-and"deposited--it round-the point, just'in the fair way to be washedr in again vby tidal,influence. "\Ve find'that in ,theLcour"se of a debate in the House on" the"subject/j-some practical-mindedmen showed that they ; were impressed with'the same common sense (ideas; and.the,.views...of. *e. The Ancient Mariner," as to the disposition of, the* raised silt!was: endorsed', to-the letter. / One representative,< Mr.' Bates, whose experience,go^utjittle-beyond grocefiesTand bill .discounting, went so far as to mistake- in a very bungling manner- something about modzis ojier andi of the Glyde^ River.. Trust Com mission, and was most properly^ put on his back, in an argumentat...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Original Poetry. A REVERIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

©rfgtaajf Ji.octrjr. ; • 'A' REVERIE. . • - I'd like to dwell in some secluded.snot, , • I'. -Witb one I loved. for ever by..'my fide; Where strife and envy could be all forgot, 1 w' ; And peace and comfort be for once allied. I'd wish to roam unheeded and unseen— To. cast the .world's perplexities away ; •Witli-one dear form upon my ariri to leau,:' J'~' : 1And'thus together pass the tranquil day. In sweet converse to picture nature's laws; Observe its beauties in repose profound,— Say, in a sea-girt isle, upon whose shores '. The laving waters in their freedom bound. ]I'd search the woods, explore the shady glen— • Viewmorning's breaking and soft eve's decline; Would trample wilds untrod by other men, Would bast at case where cheering sunbeams . shine. * . In quiet nook I'd-fix my snug abode— I would not need the luxuries of state ; The cares.of tings 'mate up a mighty load, And sorrow often overtakes the great. ' And when stern death the fierce intruder rose, He'd find me ready f...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

"v ■ Government Advertisements. .'•Post Office and Telegraph Deportment. !?/?} Melbourne, Atlgust 21st,'lS72. ,;.j TENDERS will be received until noon- "of Saturday, the 31st inst., for supplying, a AVHALEBOAT, complete, for landing and ship ping mails. Specifications can be seen at the Stores Branch, General Post Office; the Post Offices, Emerald Hill and 'WilliamstGwn; and at the Mail-master's office, Sandridge. , ^.JTORNER, . ■ ...i.lJepu^l^imastOT-t^eral. EEGISra"iTr03f"OFTAEl^arENTA"E3? .■ " ELECTORS: rOTORTASiTNOIICE !.". r;r - On FRIDAY and SATURDAY Augult'30tli and 31st, the Electoral Registrar will attend at the Council 2 Offices, to,; ISSUE--; OB RENEW ELECTORS' RIGHTS, from 9 aim. until!10 p.m. On Monday, September 2-id, Electors'Eights irill:be issued until Eire o'clock p.m/ .S;'3rT^i;l> '•The Registrar suggests that all persons desirous of being enrolled should take advantage of the opportunity now afforded. •:■£ ,g f< 4' '• JAMES EYILEE, :., N*' j Elector...

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DELUGE AND NO MISTAKE. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

. DELTJGE,'A1NTD NO MISTAKE.' \l ro ; |Toi'tJie^ditoj^ o^ the iRecordr^ ) I y v! SiE,rr-^e fiave.Iiispeetdrs'.of ^Veiglits and. Measures,.and; dishonest, takers jget punished aibr! failing.;.to.: give! lis ,proper ^weight; 'but"-Vliat ;:i's' done to • the highly Vfesifectable Ucensed.victiitjier who, in the attempt jta 'get .riclij-^vitli .'the' l<2ast possi ble/idelayp "deluges his, grog~£\rith Yan Yean?^-' •Iiei? this^hint >be taSon by those whose head;tlie' cap wi31?fi£ To^jpurehase ^randj^wlnskey.'ruiri^&c:, at hotel prices, and find i£ iw6;thirds water," is more thahi I' lolks; can stand, especially yours, v; ■j..- u -• --A 3STea.t"-Spirit: ; ' BmeraldHiU," Aug. 27th,:1872.::

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

Births, Marriages, and BeatHs. [Notices of Births, Marriages, and Death?1 are inserted fhek of charge, and communication of pucli events are respectfully solicited.] . .., . e nr. o ,-s- ./.£& Coates.—0n^the;20th inst., at Emerald Hill, Mrs. G. Coates of [^daughter. s" ^ • 2// ' : o 0 .MAKRIAGE. 0 BX BS Caster—Baebee.—On the -15th ■ inst.,. at j Emerald . Hill, by_ tlie. EeT. -W.-Poole,-'Xhoinas' Carter, eldest, son of -.Mr. -Henry.Carter, .to Emma Barber, youngest daughter of , tlie. late, .Mr/IKomas Bartieiv-i , i . Jt',! j 1 f ■ ' - •' deaths. • Aemour.—:Ou> the 30th. of. May, at sea, on board.theship "Asia," froinMelbouvne to Lonlon,'. after many years of painful suffering, Eliza, fifth daughter of Mr. James Armour, Linlithgow,"" Scotland, and sister of Mrs. Thomas '"Claris,; Bridport-street west Emerald Hill.7 •" - Aiutonii.—On the 5th July, at Linlithgow, Scotland, in the eighty-fourth year of his age, Mr. James Armour, formerly 2nd Royal North British DragoonB (Sco...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Correspondence. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] MORE YAN YEAN. To the Editor of The Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

dBorvcspon&nux. iQWeare not responsible for the opinions expressed . ... byourCorrespondents!] MOilE YAK" YEAN. -To the. Editor, of The BecordC Sin,—:~Will you allow ine to. call the at tention bf °§ucn ot'-rny feUbw-ratepayers as peruse your columns,- to tlie: necessity- for .taking immediate action to protest against the gross injustice,a.great annoyance aiid injury that;.is: likely to, be perpetrated by the present Government on the people of Melbourne and suburbs, by a "iiole: and corner" bill no <v being thrust through the legislative Assembly, in re the.Yan Yean water supply, whereby it is sought to ac tually make it'a penal Offence to water a plant in our little bits of garden, , whereby we shall-be deprived of almost the only, thing thdt is 'agreeable or endurable to look upon, during a blazing hot-wind day, viz., a little "bit "of healthy vegetation, whereas by a moderateToutlay, three times the amount of: the present ..supply could be-secured :from the u...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

Important to Advertisers. ' '''NOTICE [In consequence of the large increasing circulation ■ 'of 'The Record, all Advertisements intended j for immediate insertion, must be sent to ike ojp.ce ' liqtjater than noon on Wednesdays. \ All 'advertisements are continued and charged for 1 unfit countermanded by a written notice, unless Z.: the time As particularly specified,

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1872. THE PERMISSIVE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

EMEHALD HILL : j :; . . ■■ , J.;:: d .'. -i THURSDAY, AUGUST J9, 1372. THE P ERMlSSrVE. Mr. C. E. Pascoe, the town clerk of -Echuca, has clone the State good ser^ ..vicej and;::in this we mean the various^ communities amongst whom it is pro posed to' exercise the powers of the Permissive Bill, and has draw atten tentiotr to a phase in connection with "the jmatter which will probably give to many persons pause before _they com-, ■mit, themselves to the measure/ Q Sir. Pascoe, .points out that one very con siderable item in the revenue of most local bodies is that derived.from pub licans' license fees, and thafrelying on this -source of'-revenue, engagements ;have. been entered .and liabilities in curred which never would have been could such an alteration as that4pi'opqsed ,' have been even anticipated. It must besbornedn, mind;.that when local self government was initiated the license 'fees:>werejftogether withi'other;;sources -of~re.venue;_ previously.: gathered into tlie genera...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

' Tailors, Drapers, &.C. Cheapest Drapery Souse ia the Colony. J. SHAW, 76a CLARENDON STREET, ; . (Next Hit or Miss Hotel) Informs liis numerous customers and the public generally, that he is offering liia Large Stock of GENERAL DRAPERY At Prices which will be found to be Lower than any other House in the Trade. ■ J. S. would call .Bpeoial attention tohisLargeStock.oL:.. WINTER GOODS £3950 Worth, Consisting of Blankets, [Counterpanes, Flannels, all-wool Plaids, Crimean Shirting3, Tweeds, Wincies, French Merinos, and erery description of "Woollen and Cotton Goods, purchased in this market before the great advance on wool, and will be sold at a very small advance on cost. A largo assortment of Hosiery and "Woollen Pants at very low prices. Branch Establishment : Corner Bay and Raglan Streets, SAXDBIDGE. IMPORTANT NOTICE ! Mrs. FLETCHER Begs most respectfully to inform her many Iriends and the public of Emerald Hill that she has Opened those Premises, MTo. 81 BANS STREET VEST, ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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UNBOUNDED PHILANTHROPY [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

IJnB ' Tiifs^v'eningM"r.''WHiTE jtAN.'iNI.LfA., jwill- call^&<s3tlSntioiP6P f-Ot-HV -:hon. the1- GKiefiSe'creta'ry to the advantages'* jw h i c hV' h av e~ a dcr u ed.'ftb' th'is rc'6lohy--by the''origination1, 'and ^establishm en t" ■ of 'the:overland routejalso to .'the"factjithat, two sisters of j^eV originator ^tlfc^late 'Lieutenant Waghor'n) are at" present residing^nn^this-colony• in very re jdaced and-; straitened •; circumstances, land to ask' if 'he will be "prepared, by ipl'aciugi. aysunif-ot moneyton^the^adj-J jditional estimates for their benefit, to jacknowleilge:I a - 'debt- of gratitude' -due !by-the. colony, as -well as by the whole. jcivilized.world;-.to.:the memory, of the man who^ by his--ijulomitab]e pluck and ene?gyf'initiated^ah'd carried to a successful•tefminatiori^tlie'present pos ital Voute,,Aviz^ Suez':'" ' '^Ve'much ad-' I rnir e^we £haV^alway*s^-'aflmirfe^'tue |si'ag uliu^M^ge6fei5©Sitrjr5f9£. ' White-' piAx's'-cftaYacter^pe^ ifaifryto...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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THE AMENDING LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 29 August 1872

THE AMENDING, LAND ACT ^^rare'ndi.;a/jiitt|e. surprised' to. find ~tae~* newliflmmistration, or_rather...the .•Lands^eparXmentj: stretching a point, as..we';takeit;dn the direction of popu larity hunting,,viz., in increasing the right."of*"selection- from . 820 acres to 640, andtemporisingiwithitheoresiden. vtial;clause:- (-Every, one kn£wS|tlie old story of the caiulida'tc for a certain dis trict where a bridge was required, who "admitted the necessity, and promised the electors ,c a bridge" if elected ;■ and they will,.remember that.his .opponent for; the.'. " honor of representing,';&c., r&c.,''wheu- asked about the* bridge, .said.that.they-not.only„wanted«, bridge, but " if elected he would- take care •|hey}--/hadi<««)JJnV7^ls clenched the matter^ and vwe need ;not giyei the sequel—the ; reader, will" naturally-un lderstanci:that::heiwas returned, but his tory. does not tell us whether the bridge was or the bridges were, built, audi "rfiniporte as? fai...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 September 1872

Government Advertisements. A SALE OF CROWN LANDS, by Public Auction, will be held at Two o'clock of Tuesday, 10tli September, 1872, at the Auction JJooms of Messrs Gemmell, Tuckett and Co., Collins-street west, Melbourne. The following lots will be offered: I OWN LOTS. Emerald Hill, County of Bourkc, Parish of South Melbourne. In Sandridge-road, Nelson road, Coventry-street, and Pickles-street. Upset price, £200 per acre. Allotments 1 to 20, Sec. 04, 1G 5-10». to 25 9-10p. ' , , J. J. CASEY, .... Commissioner, of Crown Lands and President of the Board of Land Works. ' Toto cf Emerald Hill. NOTICE. THE COLLECTOR attends at his office. Town Council Chambers, EVERY MORNIWG, From 9 to 11, to Receive Payment of Hates. WILLIAM TOPE, Rote Collector. To'wa of Emerald Sill. Bye-Law No. 48. To Pretext the Dangers akd Nuisasces ARISING from the maitn-g of the games CALLED A>"B ' KXOW5T AS FOOTBALL AXD Cricket in the public streets of . the Tows of Emebald Hlll. WHEREAS the Council of any ci...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 September 1872

Tailors, Drapers, &.C. Cheapest Drapery House ia.tke Colony. ^r. SHAW, •76a CLARENDON STREET, (Next Hit or Miss Hotel) .Informs, his numerous customers and tlie public generally, that lie is offering his Large Stock of GENERAL DRAPERY At Prices which will be found to be Lower tliau any other House in the Trade. J. S. vould_eaU special.attcntion.to.hisJjargeL.Stock of ~ £3950 Worth, < Consisting of Blankets,; Counterpanes/ Flannels, all-wool Plaids; Crimean Shirtiugs, - Tweeds, "Wincies, French Merinos, and- every description of "Woollen and Cotton Goods, purchased in this market before the great advance-on wool, and '•Trill be sold at a very small advance on cost'. ••••' ■ A large assortment of Hosiery 'and "Woolleu Pants at very low prices. ' . f j • •• - Branch Establishment • ■ ; Cokxer Bay and Raglvj. Streets. SAXDliljDGl IMPORTANT NOTICE! . >nsss; FLETCHER Begs most respectfully to inform her many Inenas and the public of Emerald Hill that she • has Opened...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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AGAIN INTO THE BREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 September 1872

i: AGAIN INTO THE BllEACH. Q.ur readers are no doubt fully aware that we have, any. time these p.ast'fdur years, drummed into them the advis ability ■ of Victoria enteriog into the .whaling speculation with all its col1 lateral advantages. We have dealt with the subject in almost every phase •in which ■ it was presentable, , and we ! only now return: to the-matter invorder to congratulate, the colony that our bigger brethren of the Australian press are taking the matter up. In the ! Australasian of last week a very ad mirably written paper on the subject appears, and singularly enough the writer has—as we did in. Novem ber last—taken objection to^the/false heraldry or lucus a -non. symbol of a whale in our-civic flag—for really up to the fitting out of the " Mary Hamii [ ton"; such was the position of affairs, and'"even now such • sBip is the . only one fitted out from hence, and although ■the"flag vindicated /above has been so charged for many years, not one tun-of oilCcaught by-'V...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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The Record. EMERALD HILL: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1872. COUNCILLOR CARRICK AGAIN IN PRINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 September 1872

iTljc |kcoiii. EMEHALD HILL: Y , THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1872. COUNCILLOR CARRICK AGAIN IN jPlllN'-L , .Councillor R..W. Carrick, ofSand "ridge,"who some tiihe "since '"in.'a'little correspondence^ wi£t;T/(e •iSecorf/'dis . tinguished himself--as'-.the " complete letter-writer," (?) has been again afflicted with the cacoethcs scribendi, and .has published a ^diatribe , against his "* br6ther-councillors," or, .^indeed3 against any who stood in his way—a sort of " running a muck ;".merely subr stituting^ the more dangerous weapon —the pen—foi the krease of the Bang infuriated Malay, our friend has;; in:a very spirited manner declared he will 'givs' no quarter nor will take any—a sort of. Borough Ivhorsaxbad, who "knows he's bad, and g-l-l-ories in it." . It would take us too long 10 Jock back through .the pages of history,^or oor.,ojra memorial experiences, to find how many, men had been brought to grief by the-writing of'letters, and it would only have a general bearing after all on ...

Publication Title: Record And Emerald Hill And Sandridge Advertiser, The
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EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF LIBEL. COMMITTAL OF CR. CARRICK. THIS MORNING, (THURSDAY.) (Before Mr. C. Mollison, P.M., and Messrs. Joyce and Leigh J.P.'s). [Newspaper Article] — The Record and Emerald Hill and Sandridge Advertiser — 5 September 1872

EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE! OP .r; • LIBEL. .COMMITTAL of Cr, CARRICI. This morxrao, (Thuesday.) (Before Mr. c. Mollison, P.M., and Messrs. Joyce and. Leigh J.P.'s). ... Libel Case.—-Swallow v. Carnck. ,Mr. Plummer applied for an adjournment till after one o'clock, of the decision of Mon day^s.-charge ^andL the other two cases of libel, in consequence,of the absence of Mr. Purves at the Supreme Court. Mr. Stewart objected to the decision being given, but not-to the adjournment of ithe other charges, at the same tiuieremark ing that probably there would be no necessity ior pressing the other charges after hearing the decision of the previous case.. Mr.. Mollison intimated that the postponement of the cases could not in any way alter the decision arrived at in the charge, heard on Monday, and the decision was, that after carefully examin ing the depositions, which was what they "had to consider more that what might have .-been said outside, they found therein contained several serious charg...

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