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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 November 1868

---~- The land sale and land commission take place to-day, the latter sits at 10 n.m:; at the Eldorado Hotel, and the former takes place at Ritphatd'a Auction M?;',-;atll aim. -'The Brilliant' Reef, one' of the newest discoveries at Godfrey's Creek, looks well. ' A trial crushing is now being carried in bags to the mill at Alexandra. Tlia' yield is ex pected to be good. The Hope Gold Mining Company, Wood's Point, has given the splendid yield of 1008 ounces for the last for'niklit's" cruishing, This shows that the old claims on ther Point have got vitality in them yet, and that they are far from being worked out,. in fact, it is now the prevailing opinion that Wood's Point is only in its infanoy in spining matters, and that it is likely to L ecome a more important gold producing district than it has boon even' in' its palmiests days. The Franklin Gold Mining Company, Gooley's Croeek, washed up 218 oz, not 118" o4 as in formelir report, fbr lhst f crushing. a Hunt's chuiiW, Gnffr.ief'...

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ARRIVAL OF THE "AVOCA," WITH THE EUROPEAN MAILS. London, 9th October. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 November 1868

ARRIVAL O-'? 1'E A--YOCA," WITH THE EUROPEAN MAILS. (FrOm: the .djgJ telegrams)) London, 9th October. The third series of the colonial wool sales commenced on the 13th ult., and concluded on the 25th nilt. Superior wools from Port" Phillip, Sydney, Tasmania and New Zealand, in good condition, were in very limited supply and were sold about 2d per lb below the lowest rates at the May-June sales. The Australian August mail via-Marseilles was delivered in London on the 5th of October. Sir Benjamin W. Pine has been appointed Governor of Western Australia and its dependencies. lhe aboriginal cricketers leave England on the 23rd of October. A terrible colliery explosion at Ruabon, in North Wales. Ten people killed and eleven wounded., An accident occurred on the North Western railway, at Ru-by. Two persons were killed and five wountded. It is reprtedi that the bishopric of New Zealand has been conferred on the Rev. James lRar.dall, rector of Newbury, 'l'hreb thousand pounds have been sub ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 November 1868

V. 15, (A tLtin~tutit lduertisx mtntsn , A SALE OF CROWN LANDS, by Public Auction, will be held at Eleven o'clock of Friday, 27th Novembcr, 1868. at Ruplhael's Auction Ito,m)r, Alexandra. The following lots will be olfred :- ........... -T... Te'JOTS ... Alexandra, in the town \'p of Alexiddra. Upset prices, 44,.C,; l, ,420, per acre. Aliptments I to 7, see 5 ; 1, k IB, ID, eo li:? , 4, sci: 1; j2'td 5, sce 20 ;1, l;sbenl tb 4, seo 28 ; 1 to 6, FcC 30;. 1, 2, see 31 ; 1, 2, 4, see 32 ; 3. see 33; 5, 6, 7, see 34 ; 5,6, 7, sec 3"1 3, 4, 5, see 39 ; 1 to 5,sec 46 ; 1, 2, sec 47 ; 1, 5, sec 49 ; 3, sce 50 1, IA, 113, 1C, sce 52 ; 2, see 53 Ir to 3a 3r 14p, Vuluations, from £4 to £200. Jericho, in the township of Jericho, on the rive Jordan. Upset price, £25 per acre. Allotment, 5, see 2, 14 and two-fifth perches. Valua tion, £150. COUNTRY LOTS. Barivite, about half it mile north of the road from Benahll to Mlansfleld, and half a nile smuth of the " Deuran" pre-emptive section, Upset pr...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. (Before A. P. Akehurst Esq., P.M.) 26th November, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 November 1868

ALEXANDRA. POLICE COURT. (Blforo A. P. Akeohurst E4q., P.1M.) 211th November, 1608. WVm. Spurling (inspector of sheep) v. Jones. -Neglectng to tak. out a licenuc. Fined L5, costs Gs. Samo v. same.-Neglecting to register his brand. Fined L5, costs h5. Franks v. Flint.-Strulck odt., Bryant v. Nolan.-Postponed to 1st December. White v. MoNemay.-Struck out. Tait v. M3cMahan.-Postponed " to. 1st December. Same v. B'ruce.-L1 15s. Order for amount, 5s costs. Poeppol v. Nolan.-Postponed; till this. dny. at 11 o'clock. Boulter v. Ilaslam.-L10 11s. 3d. Postponed to this day at 11 o'clock. Carter #. Jones.-Struck out. 'Sme i: Kearony.-Strilck out. Same v Bruce.--Stl tick out Same v: Clarke-Order for amount. The applications of B" Roberts and W. IIenitnings for beer licences were granted.. .APEALS AGAINST TtHE ROAD DOAID' ASSESSMENT. Mr Wilson, the owner of B'otlodomnnan and Junction runs, appealed against the assessment of the Alexandra Road 'Board. 31r Windsor for appelhmnt, Mr Doavwning, Cle...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

tEuvrcnuuu etcr: -4---- (To the Eitor of 7w3 Alexandra -'4mer.) Srn,-As your IIiginbothsm (orrespnn• dent, of the 24th inst., has thought fit to call in question the crushing nnd saving cnpabilities of my machine situated there, in justice to myself, I hope you will allow me to make a few remarks in refitatino? of what must have been written from interFns'el motives. It visited the machine al!out ten days ago, and no complaints were then mnd,. to me about defects, and nev'r' were made during any of my former call. in th'it ilis'rie, So tar from the plant being out: ,f?ml,",ir, ' can assure your correepondent tlh m',c!,;m i. in first-class order-that the ttdhlet rw machine zs hzfttRilwitf}u} A~x·n'lr:r. _.._-r i..e ,, __nnn -nnný__fn tl+rr ,. ,;ý L-_yln1LL' quartz and saving of igold , ? , " pronor out of many I coulhi ting fnrwnrdl, T may mention that the gratings' u~ea, nr, I 10 'hlrlsi to the squnare inch, whereaq nmli. t mahim'es crushing for tihe puilic u?o ,rR'inc ' inm 80 to 0...

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MOLESWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

MOLES WO 1T ITI. (Pl'o?t Ouvt OWN CouanaIsoXn1-NsT.) It is now some time since I have written from this" part of the district, but nothing having- occurred until tho present, I was unable to do so. A parcel of 1 I tons quartz, crushed at the Lord Nelson machine, from the Trafalgar Reef. yielded 8.~ oz which will leave a very feir dividend. 'Ihe stone is easily got out, the above quantity having been raised by two men in eight days. An other parcel of 5 tons crushed from the Brilliant prospecting claim gave n yield of 30 rz or 7.1 oz to the ton of retorted goldl. 'This reef is about fourteen miles from Alexandra, and has all the appearance of being an Al line of reef. It is only a dis tance of three miles east of God frey's C'eek. The size of the lode, at a depth of eighteen feet, averages a foot in thickness, underlying to thp eastward ýraduallyv Some of our 'Wood's Point men seem to think very much of tl-is particular line of reef on account of the formation. I' very much fear that...

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PROSPECTUS Of the ALEXANDRA ALLUVIAL GOLD MINING COMPANY, U. T. CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

I I9IltISI) ECTUS Of the tli AALEXANDRA ALLUVIAL. GOLD MINING Ct\lIPANY, U. T. CIIEIcK. In 500 charns of £i2 each ; li to b:e pid,l on nphpli cation, and the balance of 3os to Ibe edc.tldl up t ss required by the directory, No call to in exceed 5: tb Provisional Directory :iu James Blain A. F. Fletcher Otcrge Whiting Johan orcoran Pr P. Coster John teattiu to John Levy John r.' kin John Cronin Chairman of Provrinnnal Dirt ctory, b JOHN '..TI.lltIN, Feq., J.P. l John Branch, Secretary. The object of tlias mlnay l.s the p .rotpeti, t T of the U. T, flat, where, atcrdi, t t the opinioon of all practical min r, who have visited the pt. c., a rich lead of gold exists. The rich dtposits of gll at the head of the creek 1t ave lotn trco I i t , the dir, where excess of water it has hithertodttfleo the eflrt- of intlivittual minerr. in It neted only i e mtentlintIt ti at thie luckic., Ilinnt. ward Bound, M[ysteriott, (islatea. and various other rich reefs cross the ll t 1abo it. to, ie prols...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. (Before A. P. Akehurst Esq., P.M. 27th November, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

ALEXNDILIA. PULLUS COUR'lT. --r (Before A. P. Akohurst Esq., P..M 27th Novemler, 186S. Poeppel v. Nolan.--L, for work and labor, Pocppel stated that lie agreed with Nolan to work in removing the punt from the Acheron to the Goulburn with two teams of bullocks, at the rate of 30s per day for each team. Ie worked two days. According to Mr Nolan the agreement was for Poeppol to remove the punt in one day for L3. The remainder of the evidence was in Poeppel's favor. Order for amount, costs 17s Gd. The decision of the bench in the cases of appeal against the Road Board assessment was givean as fobllovws. In Mr Wilson's case Borodomanan run was reduced from L1380 to L1l150; and Junction run from L214 to to L180. dIuc d from Ii o to L4 6:) :l .I r"'ºI;oo.a zi i form n :13 to LISO. The purcIiased hisnd in both casC5 to remnin us assessed by the Boaird.

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

WOUI)'S POINT. (FROSt OUR OwN Cu itIteISPO(NDNT.) 'The tributers at Never-mind continue crushing with improved prospects. Two falls of stuff have taken place during the past fortnight in the open cutting which prevented crushing material being sent down as fhst as usual, but this is now cleared away, and crushing will be proceeded with e'eadiy. 'T'he Jihnsou Company has had their trial crushing this week, of 02: tuns, at the Never-mind maclhint,, which gvoe the hand some yield of 78. oz retorted gold, or about 34 oz per ton. This company has a large body of crushing material, and the prospects for the future working are very good. I have just seen a dish of stuff at the Frankliin Coinpany's workin~, very rich in gold, the stone being covered over with the precious metil in the orthitdox " plusm pu.lding" style. and a large quantity of free fine gold hosides. It is about the richest stuff I have seen in this district. The company will be ready to crush again when the large hopper at ...

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ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) 1st December, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

ALEXANDRA WARD.EN'S COUfRT. ------+-l--.---. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.31.) 1st December, 1868. O'Sullivan v. Clarke and others, and Power v. Larkin. The Warden had not received the opinion of the Chief Judge in. these cases. Jones v. B3lick. Adjourned. Long v. Welch and M'lGill. To be put in possession of j of the pro;pocting olaim, ,and Nos. 1, 2, and 3 south, amalgnmated Usoful Mnxim reefl Molesworth. Mir Coster for plaintiff. Mr M'Gill stated that he had no interest whutever in the claims. Case withdrawn; Erskine v. Hall. Withdrawn, 7s 6d costs for defendant. Pe'rry and others v. Kissane. Adjourned tilr next Court d?ty. Coghill v. Gill and Lundy. Mr Coster for plaintiff, MIr Imowen for delfndun's Plaintiff claimed LI5 for damage done by de:fendants allowing sludge . from their puddling machine to flow into the creek since the 5th October, to the present time, thereby filling his danm. Lundy stated that he had no interest in tht machine, having sold out about eight weeks al...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

ri; unt. ' TrS CVir tIYDLY iND . TIUI?iDAY ..MOI.VIN "" V"Trlita Virnialt Ornla." T'IHURSDAY, DI'EMBElR 8, 1$68., iA ,,w r. '4tlI4 1. 1 til e se? fet.. n? a. - for an ar: illery chsarte has1 upon an ol'd war borse, which is said on such oceaiions to prick up Iis ears, cock his tail, nnd scamper ofi not knowing e lxaely wlhere, snorting as if he liid so!nltlhmz to do. As soon tas Sthe news from WVhroo. renched this place, min,-rs shoublered their swngsr ome of them not even delaying to settie their Ubker's or butcher's bill, and away they went. Even some of our steary business men are getting fi Igety lest they should be too late in sterting. It has been often said that " experience teaches fools wisdom.," Accorling to this rule miners cannot he fools, for experience appears to have no effect on them. 'lhey follow one rush after another only to find out that they have had a wild goose chanse, and that it would have been better if they had stayed where they were instead of running nbo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

B I R T H . HAMILTON—On the 24th inst., at Wood's Point,   Mrs. M. Hamilton of a son.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

Sft.'rI OE OPOS-T.OiOrmni Ofa:I 1GfiAIB3.i ON , 1I.F'TEILS, NEIWStP.\*PIE.t, PAIKEI PS, &O. PThe foIlnwong re lihe revisoel ratt a o postage eharge. it' iblu Ir Viioiria orrheltcrs, iewspepers, and packet.. The dlstinclion betweoe town and country'let. tcrs is abolished from Ist August, 1866. For ideliv, ry in any p.rte of the colony or for transrnlisson overland t', South Australia--Not xcceiting half an ollce, 21 ; and for every ad dlitional half ounce or fraction of half an' ounce, 2.1. S l.5-II.AT I L,'TirBlaL 'lThe following fees are to be chargeol upon let ters Iosteld alter the time for closing the mails t Inland letters.--lor any tinlo not exceedling a quarter of an hour, 2d; for any time beyond a quarter of an hour, and not exceeding half an hour, 4I1. Lrte fees must be paid, in nall caes, by stamps affliel to the letters. tII.-?o.It TII0 UNITED FIKtIDOi3It. "hLetters I,,r tratnsmissilt, to the United Kingdom via' tnoutha:ilspton :-Not exceeding half an ounce I3hl; ...

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BRUCE'S AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

BRUCE'S acOTIO.N ---t The "Bruce's Auotion;" t hiclr took'plhoa on Saturday last, did not at all coina up to the expectations of the promoters. This in a- great measure may be accounted for by the gross mis-management and unnbusiiiess like style in which the whole nffiiir was got up, and only, serves as another example of everybody's business turning out, when most required, to be nobody's at all, We - have been creditrbly informed that, in or.e instance at least, where two i;gs were sent in, by Sfr Sloan, there could-be found no one to take delivery, and the slighted 'porkers were eventually lodged in some kind-hearted butchers back premises. If we 'xcept Messrs R. . Taylor and Moon, both of whom did all in their power to assist, we do not know of one solitary instance where the least anxiety was expressed by those who cer tainly should have strained every nerve to make the affair a complete success. It' was quite evident that the zeal of some had con. siderably cooled, and that ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

EII5fICE]LAC 1ECO Lt. .E LSON'. JUNACTION HOTEL, JAMIESON. I . KELSON. Proprietor of the iab.'e Shotel, the;a to inform his Frii ,I? uril tihe famic that he is prepared to otler uccu;ouitidatioe equ.dl to any house iu the ranIges. W?inL and Spirits of tIoe nnest Qualrsty. GOOD S'?'ABLING. utatU added one of Alce,'k's best I:LIAL lID 'JTAIiL:S-Quite New. MEDD (M MME C ;p " IMPE 1I I AL O1U T EL, "Jallnlits pl. J~ DOBn), proprietor of the above Iotel., begs to a inform his Irileda and the public that hI is 7pr.pired to othr the JiEi .ACOUU31M)DATION at the LOWEST CI Al GE. WINES, SPIRITS', ALES. &o., Of theL est Quality. TIIUR ITON'S BILIAR -T'ABLE Yree of' Charge. GOOD t0TAILING a 'Next house tr the Jnctlion Inotel. Booking Ullco for lioert.?n oaI (ICo.'s Conches T E o L I) REEFERS' HOTE , w(O))D's Polt (JOHN FIIA1X, I'IIPRIETOR), A FFOllRlS to VISIT(IORS the mot comfortable aconseiodatio? and the bert table in the ralrgCs. EXTENSIVB; STABLES, Fine Clean Horse fi el, ndil thr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

-?i it S. i. KVICKERtY. Mininz Surveyor and No v t, gistrar, iAl x:ndra, 'nnd Government t(ontralt S(i ut e nr Idr 42'lnd sejt tion of the Amend ing Luudi Act for thie Ile:alia District. (iov;lnm nt rdvrti mIi ntli, MIINING LEASES DECLAREDVOID VOiD Au A TTENTION is directed to the Government Gazette of the 27th November, 1868, in which it is ,otitled that the undermentioued Leases have bten declare.d void: Brechworth District. Alexandra Division. Lease No. 987, dated Ilth June, 1868, .. Bartlett, Ila 3r 31pt Alexandra. No. 11)04, Dated 191h A March, 18(18, P. Ii. Ftrnivs and another, 5,t Ir gp, head of U. t. Creek. No. 1010, dated 16th March, 1Bi8. '1'. Sabelberg anti antitheri Bu Ir 331p, Mount Pleasant, No. 1+16, tinted 23rd March, 1808. J. Etanett, IGR Ir 31 Iperhele, Steel's Creek, Mouut Ple'lanilt. No. 1020, ldated 21st May, 1808, the )Darlintg Lease Q. M1' C., lt:gistered, 6a. 8r 36;' Iuzzle Ranges. No. 1026, dated liIth June, 1868' W.- . flarnes, 9a Or 3Op, Alexandra township...

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CONCERT AT THE ELDORADO. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

CONCEI'RT AT T'I E ELDOtRADO. Soellom has a l:lrger aildience c')ng;roeatel in Alexandra than that which as nemnbed at the Eldorado theatre, on Tuesday evening last, the occasion being a grand cocert fobr the benefit of MIr J. Selby, a memb:r of Ra:dlrd's band. As is woll known this gentleman his been laid upon a had of sick ness for some mouths past, and there is hardly the shadow of a hope that lihe will ultimately recover. It speaks well for the inhabitants of Alexaudra when they turned out in such numbers to assist in a oodrl cause. The hall was literally crammed with smiling faces, and no doubt many a heart w.s lost and won by the merry glances or coquettish smiles of the better half of humanity. is ihaJ oip"ning ov.rtur, by ',;s. e*ii',y t?-ut _11r..,rs tradford and "'horrntot. It is al:ist superfluous to say that it wita gone iltrotgh in good style as tihe mruii,:te ab'ility rf the lady and gentiemel perflrmitig is known to the co:.nnmirty at large. ' Far o'er the' deep I,!ue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

UUNUN IJAXK OF AU3iT1.ALIA. w rP LIABIL.TY U NrAMlIfTST D. V PATD Up CN1iI 'lU ... £1,'Ž5 ,OO I REClSU.X2: TD ..N) .. ... OOOO. 5, A It ;k D L)U AdCr NCY. n 1A) B' 1J :TICP AT A!'!.ITI,U.!LNE 1PRICES Ti Cu Tent IT V.- of Int re't A1I,"r.1 on 1) pieits, and . rn.r.ii I nkiu jJU jinfl2 tr.1flI ta týI. J. r. UAINBRtID U, Agent. T. ' OMMLIt CI aL BANK 1 O P AT ICT: T It A L I A t: ALEXANDU2A IfRAlNCGIT. TB03 1r'in'' is niw Open t *n TIM 'Ti' IAN',A r nN OF Syr EUlL I3ANIrrtN Juýiem'Sg. 'SOLD PIT rl1TASED A, Current fntea. IT. NOTL\IAN BRIOWNE, iT.iiiiger. rnle Inth. ICs. R." B A I N B R I D G E. irnr-r) . '; ACCOUTCICUT1. &C.. G!:AS? ST::.;t'E', ALE5RCANDRAC. P. ` I .Iq ,[ . C('III:ATt)Rn GI1ATUITTOIT9 VAC'T NATIO I'F every Tuaesday, from 10 to 12 n.m. Iferrn Tlefrrre rnr fli Alu drrslijn Alliance A. anrv,ni' f'vjii;,i . n( ,1l'elb nrnc. 1 ! )TC E. ?L \'.lT !"C)'/t is nnt',nria'd to reCrnt1 1.4".i-ti t, n Il n'Iv-"rtIwrn-'itl for tliis pria, ,r Ot Ycl witi' 0 fr fIny's Creek.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

lfl dictll. FREEMAN'% CHLORODYNIN. Tig I ORIGINAL CtHLnOIODYNE. invented by IICII A 'IA I FitII.\ AN. pharlmceutist, is one of tile greatest discoveries of the present age, ndt is largely Iuscl by the most eriinent inedic;l men in hspIital anrd private practice, in all parts of the glo',e. It rapidly relieves pain from whatever cause, allays the irritation of h-ver. soothes the systern under ex haustling diseaes. mnd--gives- ilept wit houi-produc ing the diltrestin lldtomiol whichtr from the c.ra, a s<<erumrtlonhtriraa sl't tsI, cnramps, enrlheumti'i, d it'&cindtmmedately relieved and in most cases cured. Conclusive evidence of the value of it in cholera, diarrhlea. and dysentery is illorded bly the following from tlhei ight Honorable Earl ]Russell, who praci oicly transmitted it to tlhe iiventor of Chlorodyne. Mr It. Freeman, and to the Royal College of l'hysi clans of London. Extract of a despatch from Acting-Consul Webb, dated Mianilla, September 17t...

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December, 1st, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 December 1868

December, 1st, 1868.   Police v. G. Rania. Larceny from a det d;welling. On Sunday night Iast Mr Levy, Iou the proprietor of the Montezunta lotel,rgave tri the prisoner a shako-down in a room adjoin- gii ing the bar, and on gning into the bar on K the following morning, missed his watch and h a bottle containing brandy. HIe went down th the street and found the prisouer under the verandah of the Eldorado Hotel, Accused a him of having stolen the property which lie , at first denied, butt shortly afterwards hbrought 1 Mr Levy to the bridge where he found tile cl watch and brandy. A .,..... ,' ,...... ---, nleaded guilty, and stated that had he not bean undei the'influence k of drink he would not have committed the :o crime. ] Sd entenced to six months imprisonment y in Kilmore gaol. its HitOheock v. Peterkin: TInterpleader sum ; mons. Execution to proceed, L1 3s 6d id costs. ?e Rtphnel v. Shaw. Struck out. of Cummins v. Ritchey : Illegal detention of ° property-a saddle ...

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