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BOURKE-EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ARTHUR'S CK. V. GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

BOURKE.EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ARTHUR'S CK. V. OREENSBOROUGH. The brat matches of the season in connec tion with the above competition was com menced on Saturday, 25th inst., when Greensborough played Arthur's Creek on the ground of the latter. The game resulted in a win for Arthur's Creek by an innings and 35 rons. Following are the scores: GREENSBOROUGH. First Innings. W. Partisten, b R. Bassett ... 2 J. H. Starling, b E. Bassett .. I L. Amiet, not not ... ... I I. 'tarling, c, hb Bassett ... I U Amiet, b E. Dassett ... I F. Conk, b Christian .. 0 R. Gilding. ran out ... .. 8 M. Amiet, b Fraser ... H. Eilliett, b Fraser ... ... 0 O. Amiet, run out ... 0 Coombe., b Christian... ... 0 Byes ... .s. 2 t21 BowllngAnaslysis. E. Bassett, 3 for 12 ; M. Bassett, I for ; D. Christian, 2 for 4; Fraser, S for none. J.I1-titatl nn out ..? a L. Amlet, rudrut . ... I H. Starling, b Lobb .; o C. Amies, b Ev. Bassett 2 Cook, e, b Dird ... o Gilding, c and b Lobb ... 10 M. Amiet, hit wkt, b F. ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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IVANHOE DRAIN. A WRIT SERVED ON THE HEIDELBERG COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

IVANHO0E DRAIN. A WRIT SERVIID ON TIIHE HEIDEL BEIRG COUNCIL. At the Heidelberg Council meeting on Wednqusdoy (says the Ileidelberq 'eows of October 24th), the Legislative eCors ittee recomnlendled, with regard to the draitago through Stevenson's estate at Ivanhoo, as follows: Reeommendation-The trustees hav. ing consenuted to all the alters. tions made by the Council, it is rocommenlded that the deed of oeasement antd agreement lbe signed and sealed on behalf of the Council. The President expressed a desire to vacate the chair, but, on being assured nothing would he done that evening, Ihe retained his spet. The Secretary reported that he had received a writ from a certain ratepayer of the .Ivandont riding, whose object weas to obtain a Supreme Oourt inljuntction, restraiining the Council from proceed ing further in this matter. It was thereupon decided to excise the abnovn recoeorndation from the Legislative Committel's report. Or Ford said, in the ftce of the reception of a writ, ...

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SPOILING THE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

SPOILING THE FARMER. A Uhicagl o buhle.on mtan recently utitllnd i, rathlr uilqie method of dio. mnioing an eInployee. Illo bookkeepcr had foinlmnrlv been it torn,er and hlad (orllle to Uhlicn'o to eiter tl)he buinie world. Ilia empluoyer liad thought hint pronilisin, but after a mlntllh' trial diu. .overed Ills IuHintak. The1 Ih wondered how hl could g't rid of hinm. " John," anhll hI', one day, " you never let naiyalnm bent you nt lloughihug while ylu wru on the flrlll, did vol P " No, ir," replled Johnl, " Anld Ino onu eler pot naead of you at holllU Inulntou " I " No, ir," S1ill, I thh1ink ioy oonoeelie' wonii't let iim| keen you hrel, John. l'II alnlid 1 nn aliolllng i mighnllty ouOll lorloner,'." " Well, will," ll lh tln noanlll -imi 'de profetor 1in the hatltub, " nlow I've frgolhnt whatt I got in hirn for," l'rofesaor (to hin wihl, lvolved); I uiivel' kinaw how to lake ynto, Amieliln. 'lTwo yar Ion you rote orniiy orlhit, hl1t, and now I've blought, It for youu, mid you do't...

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A WOMAN MATADOR AT CORDOVA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

A WOMAN MATADOR AT CORDOVA. Upon a final flourish of trumpets (says a traveller describing a recent bull fight at Cordova), the matador, who in this partienlar performance is a woman, steps forth with a bright red flag or cloak on a stall in her left hand, and a good Toledan blade in her right, hidden be neath the right edge of the red fing. The bull makes a dash for the woman, our ladies turn their heads and ask mu what I see, and I report a calm, delilerate, and skilful step to the left by the female matador, a quick lnash of the sword, a Ind of th, body to tlh, r;a!t,. end over the bull's neck a spurting of blood, not very copious, and thl sword has pierced the animal's neck close to the shoulder. The Jugular Is severed, tih lieast trem bles, his knees glve way, and ihe falls amid the uppllanusof the nudience at the skill of the swordawoman. Beflore the mataldor proceeaded to thei, slaughttera she formally asked permissl?ion of thie presid ing alcade to do the killiug. Ind upon h...

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Prostrated By Biliousness For Years. NOW A CHEERFUL AND HAPPY WOMAN. THANKS TO BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

Prostrated By Bilious ness For Years. NOW A CIHEERFUL AND HAPPY WOMAN. TIIANKS TO IILE BEANS. Biliousness is very rife in Australia.. The enevating climate and dietary habits directly tend to foster it. ,This is espercially noticealle dring the asummer months, and there are few indi viduals, who, at this seasnn do not experienco an occasional attack of hilionsness. The excessive heat of an Australian summer has a debilitating '?fiet on the liver, ctasini, that rrsan to become sluggish in its action with the result, that it fails to regulate th.e supply of tile in the system, and hili ousnoss is the natural outcomes 'Bile 13eants, an Australian vegetabb, produc ticl, his been especially prepared to counteract these debilitaRting climatic ellects, and Iby stimulating the liver to inrcreased action have gainiPd world wide praise as an undoubted specific' for this distreusing comnplaint. Many past sufferers itn Victoria have prYved .he great worth of Bile l asu 'fae"'Bh1ious. nesa. iert...

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COURTS. 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

OOURTS.' 1902. Courts will be held during the Year 1902, at the undermentloned pla:esoe,a the days, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter 'respectively set ont, vi. : Name of Court. Day. a January. Feb. tMarch. April. May. June. July. August. Sept. Oct. *ov. Dec. Heidelberg ... Monday .. 10 C, 20*t 3,24"1 S,24t 14,2811 5.e6t 9,23*t 14,.286 4,25?t 1, e2 27 10, 24t 1,22t Anderson a Creek Monday ... 11 18 10 10 7 12 2 7 11 -8 1s, 8 8 Eltham ... Tuesday ... 11 14 11 11 8 18 10 9 12 9 14 IV 9 Yarra Glen ... Wednesday 9 30 15 12 12 9 7 4 P.M. Healesville . Thursday... 2 30 0 27 27 24 22 19 17 14 11 9 8 11 Liydale ...Friday ..9 .117 7,14 7,14*t 411 2. 16 6 13 4.11 .8.15, 12 193, 10, 17 7,14 5,1219 r4. 31 21, 28 21 18, 25 23,30 20, 27 18, 252 2 2, 29sf 2634 248 l210f 285 Ferntree Gully... Tuesday ..: 9 28 25 25 22 27 24 22 26 .23 2 2 23 Qleeustowa ... Monday .. 11 27 8 17 21 19 '16 I Warburton .... Saturday ... 10 25 22 22 19 17 14 12 9 6 4d 1,29 13" J" u0 o v c a o~~ a c Z. mUI~ a r o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

J. T MACKtEY, JUO,H. Cordial and .Bitter . Manufacturer, . Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. 18 years mnaunufacrrig for Holle and blMatkey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H. W. Pither (Lats of Melohurne Macrketa). SThe enly legitimate Produce Merchants in the listrict. LARGE anppires always on hand of the L following t Ilone Dust SEperphosphate (Canoming, Smith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed S'T'artariat, Algethen, ,, Danish, Stout Victorian : eed Yorkehire Hero Peas.and Strata. S gtemr;less than Melbourne prices . h Barley " 1. tice Meal, Rye, Taaes, Rock'Salt 'eed Maize, Garden Seeds. Everything in the ILINE ONLY kept in stock. AGENT for be colebrated " Balvits. A call swill conuince everybody. S. H. W. PITHER, ..I.VDA.LuEI. Pomeroy 9& Tarrant's (Undeo RIoyal Letters Patent) AND Tree EXTRACTORS; FOREST DIVIL5, Are still to the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricultural Implements, &o. Best workmanship. Warburt...

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THE SHEPPARTON FARMERS' CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

THE SHEPPARTON FARMERS' CONVENTION. BY A DELEGATE. " third day, Mr. Farral, of ? advocated the appointment of se :for d nel t liasyment: to bx id by the State. He moved to that effect, and was supported by Mr. Corry, who seconded the motion. Mr. MKendall, in a long speech, advocated the division of the colony into six districts, each district to be under the care of a duly qualified veterinary surgeon. He did not advocate doing away with.the present practical men who were appointed, but wished them 'and the surgeons to be appointed to work in unison ;and Ie would allow the veterinary surgeons the right of private practice in addition to the salary paid them. Mir. Harrington (Bendigo) was of opinion that the act should lie worked differently, and that a hInst destroyed 1iy order of au ipspector, if found to be free front disease, the owner should be paid its full value; with disease the owner should he paid a portion of the value. M:r. Thomas (Whittlesea) would like to ask, the chair...

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HEIDELBERG COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 22TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

HEIDELBERG COUNOIL. WEDNEsDAY, 22TrI OCTOnR. Present-Cr Brewer (President), and Ora Ltgton, Waddoll, Ward, Davey, Krnplaon ; Ford; Latham, and sterling. From the Public Works Depart. nent, stating that Mr Balfour had 'een applointed Government auditor for Ll~idelhorg shire at a remuneration of £25. From Mre Kirnlin, offering to take £55 net for her Innd in the Greens. brough rliding required forroad pur. poses ; the council to pay all costs and cha'rges.-Referred to members of thie riding. Fr om E. H. Brown, trustees in the estate of the late O. FI. James, stating that as the special improvement rate to hIe levied at Fairfield, on land in Wirgrove street, was greater than its capital value, bhe intended to abandon the property to the council.-Received. From Mr Morgan, solicitor, on behalf of Mr Brahaz',rr, stating that any attempt to remove fence on Haley's Gully road would be resisted. Received. From Whittlesea shire, intimating their k'illingrness to hear extra cost in courecrion ...

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CALEDONIA V. CHEISTMAS HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

CALBDONIA V. CHtIlSTMAS HILLS. Played at Queenstown on Saturday last, and res?lted in a win for Caledoahl by eight wickets. Following are the score CHRISTMAS HILLS. Fint Innings. G. Love, e T. Smith, b Beare ... 0 Sloan, C Francis, b Beare ... 4 Forbes, b Beare ... -. Cemberland, b Goodson .. IS Shaw, b Goodson .. -. 0 A. Love, a Robinson. b Goodeon I W. Harris, b Goodson . 'o G. Wilso, b Goodson .. 0 Robertson, run out -. .. I Saltan, b Deare .. Lowman, not out .. ... O BSndries ... . 3 as Bowling Analysls. ballsJ roas I wkts G. Beare .. 3s 14 4, J. Ooodson ... St 13 a Second Inlongs. A. Love, b Goodso ,... ... I Robertson, b Goodson .. 11 G. Love, b Goodson ... ... 3 Sloan, rue out... ... IS Cumberland, b Goodson .. o Forbes, b Goodson .. 19 Shaw, b Ieare ... 7 Harris, a Peaks, b Beure ... 5 Lowman, not out ... .. 4 Wilson, b Deare .. I Balta, b Goodson .. ... S Dyes ... . .. 91 Bowling Analysis.?' balls ns ) wkts Goodson ... 7 ae e - Oleenon .. 18 9 0 CALIDONIA. First Inanings. J...

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A DRAMATIC MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

A DRAMATIC MOMENT. i I0111 Joln lI\l.!l 114 IllipOll~ t'llr to 4I1I Llvo thuoll hgK ofII' wIlt .ll 1l0 lom l 01114 Hupl rcil~ll fol pr111r yccel Illlnnco! f antle r U. cnlllul. 'l'l ~ ll table wfll lhlgilll ' illo ltl hilhu i llv tUI! 'Phlu clrllllllullolr of till' IurI'uI(Ig part'(y rushed on 01 Lio 1(1((g) aid fill ov1r thI iiig oI thei hullIu waun rn rchng fur I, Illckhlg hllmmelf upl, and ludlcdILt'OII - ly ,'lrlrlllllg Ilk H)IIIIH, h1) /slimed rearm1') of( Inughler by )oxcllthnhlg In true~U~ situ untiell nlylo, " Ill) I hl) I TIhu vULmlr W ·Ludud us yul I "

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CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. KANGAROO GD. V. PANTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

ORIOKET. TBH CAMERON TROPI~. KANGABOO GD. V. PANTON HILLt This match was commenced oi the Kangaroo Ground cricket ground om Saturday afteroom lastr. The home team batted first and compiled 96 runs, of which the captain (F. Topptig)con tributed 38 and Jas ppeers 52, burh of them playing well and doing some good hitting. Pantos Hill replied with , total of 77, E. Spry making 25 and W. Spry 22, the former, who opened the iSaings, making the pace very fast from the start. In bowling W. Plunkett, for Penton Hill, was the most dificult to play ;and for the home team, P. Kennedy bowled exceedingly well. The match will be resumed to morrow (Saturday) afternoon, when Kangaroo Ground will commence their second innings

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SUSAN KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

SUSAN KNEW. At a school in a Northern town the teacher wals desirous of lulproee ilug on his pupils the necessity of trIuthfiulness and Integrity In their dealings with each other, and heo ro ferlod to the Impropriety of doing any wicked actlon and then " laugh Ing ul theoI sleeve " at it. This ho nitlntlined, was unbecoin lng, and hurtful to thelr morale, Whingll to know If any of theml undtlolStooid the drift of film dis courll'o, hIe Iskeut the following quosa tion : " Now can liy of you toll nlo why, Ieopllo' l augh up their' leaves ' ? " ?nloting hit the top the teachor Itllplldl tol each scholiti Ii irotallon Ilavlig pIasseil over several with-' ulllt I'CeIvlIIg lany Insweo, hli was Ita Lul explllll, when, troam the InottLol of lhe class i Iltt le girl shy ly rtloil, her hand, tas lndieating her nuhllity to,ropily, " Well iuslan, clan you toll Inu ?" iu ll mhull, " Il?ase, Nil, yen I licniam s u--fo. e!ltln Illrll' funily-bone l uI p thImer," imswum'medm the Ill ti, hifIhl, bh...

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SURPRISED BY SUBMARINE VOLCANO. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

SURPRISED BY SUBMARINE VOLCANO. -I On 3Monday, July 2, 1900, a vol cano, previously unknownl was acci dentally discovered in a very unex pected position through her Males- - ty's ship tingaroomna, a .thlrd-class cruiser, ten years old, carrying - 2,575 tons or 4,000 tons, including its own weight, having lost a tor pedo. one of the engines invented and employed for the purpose while itself under water, of blowing up enemy's ship . The vessel was engaged for pract ising the use of such instruments of destruction near the chain of Is lands named the New Hebrides, sit uated in the western part of the Pacific Ocean : and the torpedo that had been dropped overboard had sunk suddenly fifteen fathoms, or thirty yards. Three divers attempt ed to descend and recover it. but found themselves unable to accom plish this, because they came sud denly and with much surprise, in contact with the discharge from a submarine volcano, or one beneath the surface of the sea, that was nevertheless in full...

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YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

(FROM OUR OWN CORREBPONDENT.) Ou Friday, October 24th, a large number of the residents of Yarra Glen and Yering met at the Victoria Hall, Yarra Glen, to bid farewell to Mr and Mrs G. E. Unger, who are leaving to take up farming at Fish Oreek, Gipps land ; and also to welcome Private W. Towt, who has recently returned from South Africa. Councillor Chas. Bach presented to Mrs G. E. Unger a head. some gold bracelet, suitably inscribed, as a token of esteem from her friends in Yarra Glen. Mr G. Unger suitably responded. Mr W. Willinmeon then presented to Private W. Towt a handsome scarf pin on behalf of his friends in Yering and Yarra Glen. Private Towt enitably responded. The evening was filled in with songs and dances. The following progra?nme was rendered :-Mr Mat Kerr, "The four jolly smiths"; Miss M'Intyre, "Island of Dreams"; Mr Rawlings, " Woman's Way" (encore, " Here we are again"); Mrs Chapman, "The Brook" ; Mr Rawlings, " Getting it by degrees" (encore, " Is there anything els...

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ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

ELTHAM. (FROM OUR OWN COURF?PONDENT.) On the 21st October St. slargaret's Church of England Sunday School, Eltham, paid their annual visit to the Zoological Gardens, Royal Park, where children, parents, and friends spent a pleasant and most enjoyable day. At 8 a.m. the vehicles met on the road at Mr. Wingrovo'r residence, where chil dren and friends were seated in pic-nie fashion for their excursion. The young folks were in high glee when they reached the Royal Park about 10 30. The rest of the day was speet very pleasantly, instructively, and profitably in viewing and noting the numerous birds, beasts, fishes, and ether rare creatures to be seen, as well as the beautiful and interesting display of plants and flowers. Jumbo, the donkey cart, swings, and other amuse mente provided for the young were well patronized, and the little folks felt inclined to sing " We .won't go hose till morning." Luncheon and tea were provided and thoroughly enjoyed by old and young. The company re turne...

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THE ARTHUR'S CREEK FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

THE ARTHUR'S CREEK FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. The Arthur's Creek Fruitgrowere' Association held its annual meeting in the Mechanics Institute on the 20;h inst. There was a large and represen tative attendance of freitgrowere present. TheVice-President, Mr Wm. Murphy, occupied the chair, the Presi dent, Mr Chas Draper, being unavoid ably absent. The first business of the evening was the election of officers for the ensuing year,which resulted in all theeldofficere being re-elected. The principal beuiness was the con sideration of the prospectus of the Victorian Frhitgrowers' Co-operative Society, an undertaking proposed to be started in Melbourne in the interests of fruitgrowera with a capital of £25,000 in 25,000 shares at £1 each. The object of the Society being the more economical handling and disposal of shareholders' produce. The project was received with much favor by those present. The Secretary was instructed to write to Mr French, Government Entomo. logiet, asking him if he...

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The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

Published Every Friday fMorning FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1902. We are informed that the Whittlesea Show, to be held on the 10th prox., promises to be a great success. The "Doaf, Dumb, and Blind Entortainers" will appear at the Kangaroo Ground Hall on Wednesday evening next, A concert and ball in aid of the local cricket club will be held at the Kangaroo Ground Hall on Friday evening next, 7th November. We are requested to announce that a sale of works and gifts will be held at Eltham on Friday and Saturday, 14th and 15th November next, in aid of St. S:..llbe helduas usual on Boxing-Day. 1A capital programme has been arrantied for the occasion. Full particulars sill be advertised in next issue. It will be noticed by our advertising columns that Mr. Alex. White, of Kangaroo Ground, has a pony stallion, " Masher," for service. " Masher" is a stout-built pony with plenty of bone and has good paces, and shoald produce smart harness ponies. Anyone re quiring his services should apply to Mr. Wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

RESEARCH. ANNUAL SPORTS Will be held on BOXING-DAY 1902. Programme next issue. J. HARLING, Sec. Medical Notice. DR. GORDON PHILLIPS, L.R.O.P.,T.ond., M.R.C.S., Eng., L.S.A.,Lond Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted Every Wednesday, AT lthbam, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Kanugaroo Ground (if Instructed at BeI delberg before II a.m.) Every rida DR. ROLLASON, Of Heidelberg, V - ELTR.na, Tuesdays, 12 noon. Gnszxanonouotv, Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m DIAMOID CateU, Fridays, 3 p.m. OR. J. T. CHAPMAH O1 YARRA GLEN MWILL VISIT KANGAROO GROUND Every Monday, I to a p.m. QUEENSTOWN- Alternate Thursdays, I to p,m. (A cas..] F. PEIPERS, M.D., RAS commenced Medical Practice, as l successor to the late 1r. Sutherland, and may be consulted at SOUTH YAN YEAN. On Mondays and Thursdays he will visit WHITTLESEA (Mr. Timms' Hotel) in the afternoon, 3 to 4 o'clock. SO.F. GMELIN, .D. /'TAN be consulted RVERY DAY at " LILYDALE In his new residence between Wilson's and Mr. Burton's Coach • building Factory. DR. A. E. SYM...

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ENGLAND UNDER GEORGE THE THIRD. SOCIAL CONDITIONS DURING THE REIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 31 October 1902

ENGLAND UNDER GEORGE THE THIRD. t SOCIAL CONDITiONS DUIltNG THiE EIGN. Intemjernrance was a 'preiailing vice ( says Dr. Withrow ). No classi was free froni its contanlinalioin. The ermiine of the jidge or the cas-, sock of the priest was alike polluted by the degrading practice. The dis sipation of tile lower classes was itrmiost ihcreditld. Smollett tell'ius that over maiiy of tle ispirit-vaiults in , the.streets of ?Loiidoi lmight,_ l sich the n'inisciption:: , Drunk for a penny; dead drunk for tW.opence.; straw (to sober off or ) for zio thing." The penal code of England in the elghteenth century was of savage ferocity. Its laws like those,of Dra co, were written in blood. The death penalty wwds inflicted, sot only for murder, but also for treason, forgery, theft and snmuggllng and it was often inflicted with aggravating terrirs. Boys under "twelve were hanged for' prtitipation iin the Gor doi iriots of 1780. No less than 160 offenders in England ( says Mr. Lecky.) were punished ...

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