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PUBLIC MEETING IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 April 1887

PUBLIC MIETICTI\N IN SYDNEY. Masly hundr;eds of persons were unalle to gain adniittailce to the nmicting hell in the Tuwn-hall on Monday. to expreasi millOpathy with tle sullererrs by the Ilulli disaster, and to initiate n fun?l for the. relief' of the. widows, rplhanls, adt others whtl are" left destiltute by tihe terrible calainity. TIhe, nmetijig' wias, called by t!he mtaror of Slydney ;in res.poiso to:a requisition ljigned by the Governor, ,the Ohief, J.ustice, anud l any;_ other 'dis 0tinuished genillemhmi, nid th.asselmblnlge was?a'of a lii~;hly' rre1editutive chliracter. 'T'he platforui was occupied. by the miiayor (in the chlair), the Governor, the Chief Justice, Admniral Tryon, the Speal:ei of tli A ssemb ,ly, itl. Miunister of Mlines. and others; naiol auliloitiea for unavoidable ablmeiue ' 're received from the Premier, Sir Johll u tonelt.ionli, anlld other gentle Thle first resolution, expressing " Syr. patlhy with the sufferers by the late terrille disaster in the Bulli...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DIEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 April 1887

W, W StltiULbD t)LU UUtL v[ EASE IN ITS EkaRLfY STALGES The disease comninences with a slight t derangemenut of the stomacli,..but, if neglected, it in time involvea the whole frame, embracing tilhe kihieve, liver, n pancreas, and in fact the enltireglandular, system ; and the afflicted dragi out a miserable existence until death gives relief from suffering. :Thle disease is I often. inistatken for other enlptiplntii; but if the reader will -ask himself the following que tioens he will be able to o determine whether he hitiisi?f 'is onieoL tihe afflicted ;---Have I distress, pain, or dlifficulty in breathing after ealing,? Is there ii dull, heavy feeling, nliended by Irowsiiess? Have the eves) a yellow e tinge? Dores a thick, sticky" mucous I gather about the gums and teeth in the mornings, accompanied by adillsagree able taste? Is the tongue coated ? Is there, pain in the sides. und jback'? Is a there a fullness about tile right side as '. if the liver were enlarging? Is there cost...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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KYABRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 April 1887

KYABRAM. An ncci zent of a iserioune natue ona cprred to l'Mr Tratford, farmer, Toneala, o: Sbaturday night; While returning hoine fronl Echluca hia.Vehicle struck a stltn p andi precipitated him on- to:tho rold, the wheel ;pasing. over ? is his hen and ,body. Fortunately' in the viciity of the accident enoieo men, engaged on the Taltura and Echuca railway line, vere canped, aniid hearing the noans of thlienffeter, ran up and with some dif ficulty secured ithe hors,nand conveyed 'Mfr Tratford to hlis - esidence. Dr., Carney, of Kyabram, was summoned, "and on examination founi l that the' wheel of the ,vehicle had caused some cnntnsions on tle head, and face as well as fracturing three ribs'liin the'front of' the chest in the region of the heart; and twod near the .spine at the back. Al thnough in a critical state the medical attendant'is of opinion that his patient willrecover. ??i '?',:; '?" , , j i' " i' " * Our readers will;be glad to'lenrn that Dr. J. ii. Carney, wlho. acted as ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 April 1887

MECHANICS'. ISTITUTE The usual committee meeting was' held in - the., ball, on, Fridayfeveninglast Preseint-=-eessr C.V W.I Wilson (vice president in the chair),;:.iGroves Grover,, Gellion Smith?, Moore, Levo, Irwin, Rev. A. Chambers, and the Secretary. SThe 'rinutes of the lpreiyous meeting were read and confirmed..i .....e~.C0ntIESPOND1iNCE8.- . .,. -From H. H. Hnyter, forwarding the ir?diti"Book," '~nCarboon?'- " Crinmes.of .New Soutb'Wales," and lists of Public Libraries.-Received. ?From V. G, Manning, foirwarding an `apology for his absence.-Received. 1 From Mr. C. W. Wilson;,,Treasurer jof the Titura-Hospital Cormnittee.asking :a refund of 30s. charged for hire, of the ihill on thei 17th Febriary; which .was yen aged on behalf of the Ho0ipital. Coinm imlttec. The affair not proving.a s?uccos. .The chairman, explained that ithe re fund was made last year. . d Messrs. Groves and Moore"that the refund be acceded to nas requested by the secretary.. An arincundnent by Meyars. Grove...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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RODNEY-SHIRE COUNCIL. TATURA, MONDAY, 30TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 April 1887

RODNEYSIHIRE ,COUNCIL. Tircun, 1Mi eoAyi, 30ka ant t. ?. Present:-C- ncillor Cussen (presi "ilbut; Coancillors Brown, Groves, Drmn. Piierson, Baldwin, Lancaster,. aid The minutes of the previous' meeting we.t read- anti confirmed.. poHRESPONsECs:. From the Secretary Associated Yee manry, stating that a 'reolution wars passedI at a meeting held on 8th Feb.,' Irequesting the Rodney Shire Council to 'oiect Municipal Yards at Kyabram. Motion. . Front C. B.. Heath, acknowledging return, and asking ivhat actioin hae been taken to abate the nuisance near the .Post-ofice, 'atura.-Beeoonattendedi to by the secretary.. ....'........' . : From the Secretary Shire of Sheppar ton; asking the corporation of the Council of the Shire of Rodney to th'e Fexcision of,,100 }or 200 acres of laind west of Shepparton bridge from the common, as a rcreation'reserve for the township of: Shppartn;m..--Motion. . SFroim the Secretary Central Board'of Heath reliative to b~e-laws,. stating; that tile Central Boar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 April 1887

Wdtioes.. J--DV·ANU.E oi WIJ(J11, l &AJN, c &1 ,,STOOT , STATION PRO-, 1 CE CH l)ll kinds. 7X3bw,." Zealand L~oan :and 14ercantire Agkenoy cJompariy (Lifimited.) Pbl~:l'-~lh~ri~l~ C CnlE VI '101 ('.1111, Il aC P1I ._.£$5U, tt I*lt fll lljFU a'.. l ý'ti O·R h Fitr~utig Clps ,cf \V si,, Gnih, &tC (Jr 7 -SJjl',IIIL I T to LOhNI~'N. i .,Aitrmil ~lSnll3. of Wiool held ri. ounoair tlhlowhtrlot tile rceori. *Aui l~inrl' .:nil'l' ofF Tallow, [-li11113 'SIwiiris akre Leltler, .tc., three tImes i 'woel t11ro.lglo'l Itdle lear. ...l, ttiolu fliex tI Grauin, IFlour, 3 &c., ba")tVI I L.)L 'i Manager.` B. ' OULTN(*'iUSBAIID, W.Jnlldtd rProduce Ma1c'ger. .'ifei1a1urne Wcioii nd Grain War6rlouaefi, 'Collino--street Wesrt. Timimbs. PiKli g. Organs. Organs. FU UIt ONG R4"t.$ ibaaiston-street, Wt (43';burdoure friii -oumke-street.); PIKiioR liy Ronulcis, Shieilmayer, CPly "~lAUCIIfr, Ilorcl, "iclirmfr, Wilmer,, "&c. 'AgentiFor thle ceidbrted Mlignon tliullclR:; ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 April 1887

COLLIVIER-On the 31st inst. at Baldwins- ville, Ada Jane, youngest daughter of G. Colliver, aged 8 years and 6 months. The funeral will leave the parents' reasidence at 2.3o p.m. to-day (Friday.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 April 1887

*. ABSTRACT OFS SALES. Martin Cuasen and Co.-On 14th April Clear intg Salerft Mr..('Callighan's furniture S-ol'cffectl at Whitfelht's Sale Room, Cnaey-a'rect. S.Trethowani ~d Son-Usual MonuItly Stock Hale at Eyabram. :rot.wn, nl .t-uwanrd, atthe promises, of M:e'ers. 'Prtt lros., Clearing SBilo of S]and, horses. cattle, to. .T. 'Nnmarnm nod Co., at Toolamba-Clenr[ ing nale of farmtlng implements, horses, cattle. &c. LGRAiN. OE HIGHEST current priceslowest ,]igiinnto charges quickest returns Consignt to the National Mortgage and' Agency Comidy,',in titeil. Sales by private negotiation ex Rail way. daily. Caplital 1,,000,000.. I1. R. CARTER, blanager. ': bllbbuino, Queen-rtreet. Sydney, Sirsex-atreet. Lost. ,. TIF the gentlemnan wrlo took an OVE I . 'COAT by Mistake, from the'Cri terion Hotel,.will retun ,samehe eiwl kindly oblige the owner. T. BAZELEY. Lost. ' A BOUT, 50 SHIEEP, wrth.era and - ewes, branrded HK, iisfitg 4-tooth,' ,iant sen pnassing Sayer's Hotel, on. tih' Ilu...

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THE BULLI COLLIERY DISASTER. (Abridged from the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 April 1887

T IE BihIII, LI COLLIERY DI)ISASTR'1t. "(A.l'ide"t from tihe Argtt.) T Jlhe townshilp nrter tl:hree dlays' tensihn nnd : flloenithas. at the time* of writ.ihn. snlik iutdi colnu rndve stillle, s if n ,.t repose. Maly IIenI t antd WIIuIenl.' worn out by three dt las' wratelhiir, worki'ng, and nuguish, have at last gained tile to sleep, Iut lights shiling. Iere ain-l there through cotltage widola?s show" that to the innmateR till ?lend. namely, tihe recovery and Iurial of thel renmains of their deadl, has not vet colne, and that the weary vigil i still Ibeing kept. Start ing once nmore for th it minei i see in tfront high up on the itountiin pIath /litting lights, like will o' the wipIs. Preieeotly these glowworlms are aletl to li! lantlernls, nul swtrtlhty ligtnrt?s crll indistinctly nut of the gloomli. This is the last relief IpartyL -making their way warily loiiwnward, n tile ?Inllt body, they tell tile, llnlt' been found, and.- ullined. 't'hese men relate freely ilte lrllage tlhey...

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DARGALONG TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

DARGALONG TLUtiF CLUB. SThe following are the weights for tlif principal events at the above club's imeeting on Easter Monday: IHURDLE BACE. Of 25 seors. About two miles. at. lb. Young's Hector ... ... ... 10 6 Lilt tos Donor .... ...10 4 MsKa) ' Solaughraun ... "...10 Weirs Griselda, late Gentle Annie ... ... ... 10 T. Robinson's No ior: ... .. 9 12 Footit's Idle Boy ... ... 9 12 DASGALONG T. 0. HANDIOCAP. Of 75 sovs. with sweep of 1 sov. to go to second horse. About one mile and a half. Kennedy's Soldier Boy ... ... 8 4 Finlay's l'astoria 8 2 Batty's Umberto .' .. ,.. ; . 8' .0 Patterson's Black Diamond .., 8 0 M'Kay's Jurassic ... ... 7 10 Luttrell's Verbena ... ... 7 10 O'Keefe's Gordon ...... 7 6 Young's Hector ... ... ... .7 2 Hoysted's Vermont ... ... 7 2 Hill's Maydow ... ... ... 6 10 FLYING HANDICAP. Of 80 soys. About sit furlongs. Kennedy's Soldier Boy ... , ... 8 13 Bitty's Umibert..d.: ~ 12 Luttrell's Sparkle ... ... 8 2 Little's Donald, late Gen. Gordon 7 11 Young's Hec...

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MURCHISON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

MUIRCHISON iACES. The.following are the weights for the handicaps at the above races, 'to be held onu Easter. Saturday : L " . HURDLE RACE. Of 20 soyv?..Two miles. ' t. lb. IVW.Little's bg Donor . 1.. ... 10 7 Sandlerson's c g First Try ...10 5 T' Rlobinson's No Sir ... 9 10 UROHIS~ N IIHANDICAP. Of 60 sovs.. with sweep of 1 soyv to go to the second horse One mile and a hall Paterson's'bk g Black Diamond 8 10 E. Lutt elt'sc .i V'erbenat ... -8 " 6 Batty'sa Umberto.; :' ... : ,' :8 . 4 C. O'Kefeo's'blg Gordon ... 8 2 F.nlay'e bg Pastoria ... ... 8 0 3WKay's J.urassie ... ... 7 13 E. Luttrell's Sparkle ,., 7 10 A. G..Young's brg Hector' : .?8.:'"8 H.B Hoysted nsg g Vermont ... 7 4 -. Harper' junr's. b g Tabby ... 7 4 J. fills Mydew .. 7 0 Pigeon'sb g Little Jack ... 6 10. Darcy's Grace Darling 2nd, late Grace Darling ... 6 7 ooUnBUxN VALLZY XA1DICAP.' . Of 20 ioi+.Oi,,ile: ,' !A E.Luttrell's aa Vaerhna-~ ..- -e " Batty's Umberto.; :f,;'*.. 8 8;',. E. Luttrell'b Sparkle .. .. 8 5 C. O'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

..... WANTED. W ANTED to RENT several Agri. cultural and Grazing Farms. Particulars to - tURtLEY BROS.,. Kyabram. T'AN'L'ED, .a PLOUGHMAN; . 'V one used to double atrtow plough 'Good wages to a good man. J. A1. FAWKNIER. Iar.ton, 25th March, 1887. DISTRICT AGENTS WANTED. P C 'fortlhe PgIENIX FIRE OFPICE. of LONDOIN Istablished 1782 over 'One ltnd re? years Loesespaid or £18,000, .000, Accumulated fAnds eteeed £1,000,000, Annual Income ...... over £800,000, , Lowest rates Prompt and Liberal settlement of claims Viotdrian Bramth 9 Market Iuildings. William-street, Melbourne. i. MAINFI°.I.D TAYLOR. AIENT. NotieL:: JAM E P B S P' A''1C LK It,'R General Biacksmith, H:ORSEs 10ER,, I U IISHWORTI' ROAD, TAT ¶1 U .,, BEGS most respictfully to tlhink his - nnlerous ftielts iiritl patrons, and trusts to continue to lietit: a shabro or their ipatronage. Photog? aphy. o A. 1 BAR ?fE T' beg to ittiinnid to the residents of Kvabrann ad surrounding 'distriets thattlrey intend visitinig Kyabram with...

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ST. ALBAN'S CHURCH, MOOROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

SST. ALBAN'S. CHUROII, MOOU IROOPNA. The anniversiry of the above church way celebrated on Suiinday week;l?by the Ve:.. -richdeacon' M'Gullagh, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Mahafly, at both morn ing and evening services to a very large congregation. lany -?frieuds from a distance who heard the rer. gentleman in Sandhurst or Lancefield were there to welcome him to the Goulburn Valley. -lia sermons were pointed and worthy of the serious considetatioi of his congre gation. Our space will' ot admit of giving a lengthy report of his dis course. The tea-meeting;.wasa held in the Athenaeum on Monday night. The hall was tastefully decorated with4evergreens and flowers, and reflected great credit on the ladies, who were ably assisted by Mr Weetbury. the secretary. The - tables were presided- over by Mesdames Roe, Price, a~nd' Smith, the Misses Porter, Langdo'a. (2), Lea, Mondy, Duley, . Housley, Hill, Hunter, ;.and Richardson, sad were well supplied with all the good things orthis life.• , r The...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. EASTER HOLIDAYS—NORTH-EASTERN [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

GOVER'NMENTL jAZ ETTE. EASTER RHOLIDAYS-NORTlI.IEASTE RN 'Holidg excursion tickets Will be issued to and fromn all stations (suburban lines axcepted) from the 4th to the 16th April, both dates inclusive, available for return for 'one calendar month fromt date of iasoe. Example:-An excersion ticket issued on the 6th April will be available till the 6th May. When the last day falls on a Sanday the tick't will be available till next day. The journey must be commnenced on the day the ticket is issued, bdt, after a distance of fifteen miles has been travelled, the journey may be broken at the discretio: of the passenger. From the 7th ti.l the 12th April, all trains, Sydney express incruded, leaving Melbourne for Seymour, Ilenalls, Wan garatta, Springs, Wodumga, Albury, and other stations on the North Eastern lines will start from the new platform, the entrance to which is op posite Bhurke-street. Passengers ifor all North-Eastern stations will be booked in Spencer-street, at the newly o1...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

New Time Table. Trains leave Tatura 0.40 a.m. and 4.20 p.m.; arrives at 11.56 p.m. and 8.26 p.m. North-Eastern train leaves ]Mel bourne 6.40 a.m.and 2.55 p.m.; arrives in Melbourne at. 11.1C6 a.m. express from Seymour, and .10.15 _j"' 'rdi nary. -UGnlburn Valley. trains arrive. at Seymour. 9.10 a.n,. and 6.47 p.i'., and leave Seyihour for Melbourne 9.33 a.nit. and 7.53,p.m.

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TATURA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 1st APRIL, 1887. (Before Messrs. W. Baldwin, T. Harri[?]man, and J. D. Love, J.'s.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

TA~ URA POI;ICE COURT' FniD.LY, 1st APRIL, 1887. (Before Messrs. W. Baldwin, T. Harri..) man, and J. D. Love, J.'e.P. Denis Kilmartin, was charged by the police with stealing fruit, the propirty of Mr. W. Pollard, valued at is. After a patient hearing the case was die charged. William Kilmartin was charged with the 'eame offence, and was finels 20.., and 6s. damages, in default 7 days' h m prianument. Hugh Ryan v. Michael Daley-Goond to £10 Iris 10. . Verdict for the' amount, and lOs. costs, in default di stress. Three other debt cases were settled out of court, also an assault case. The court'then adjourned. A little girl named Bridget Bhttler, aged eight years, was going home on Monday afternobn, from Bunyia school, Upper South Pine, Brisbane, in com pany with two brothebr aged six and seven years, when she wis accosted by a blackfellow a quarter of a mile from home, who seleed and criminally aR saulted her, Her brothers ran home crying out that a blackfellow was killinhg their si...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

A csvitor of; curiosities visited a dealer i i' tuiquities. and examining a relict of th")past said, "You glorantee the origin and genuineness of this article? '! , As if I had mpde it my self," rslied the unblushing dealer. "'You-:ay you were in Gernjany six months end In alJ that time you did lnot see l krptpk l pIan ? " "Not one, sir," "Tt'iq remrarkable. In whnt part of q.1rjny ;were you all this time ? " :ti' ý ol, sir ; and if you don't gIv ; Op 4ib price of a pint I'll qualify f ,ý e0ap lodging in this t ppstry." l '?;

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IMPERSONATING A DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

IMPEBSONATING A DETICTIVE. majin named F..P., Mackey, de ecrilbtl.ea a tutor, was brought up at 'h.lie City Police Court on Saturday, w*harged with impersonating a detective. !It appeared that a man named Walker Ihad lircit staying for some days at the 1'reeimlisnn's Hotel, Williaimeatret4. ,Ind as he left without paying.his board, 4,is clutlhes were detained the land . idl. On Friday Walker returned to hte jilae, accompsnied kIy the prisoner, rand the latter statedl tot Ble was a do tictivet ,.and desired to seardl Walker'a )Iggage for some stolen property. He was allowed to do so, and professed to find tle articles lie was in s,,arch of, :ma;tl took the luggage away with himii ahllong with Walker, whom le sid lie tlhad .arrested. The landlady allowed '411.ito-go, but a lodger named Chal iiner, suspecting a fraud, gave Markey fin charge. 11r. M'Kean, for the de ifenee,nmade a lengthy speech, cortenl ing thiat. Mackey was simlply follqwing 'the example of Lord Deerturst by stat ing ...

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ACTION FOR THE RECOVERY OF A MEDICAL FEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

ACTION FOR TILE RECOVERY OF A M~1DICAL FEE. A case pisssesin. considerable in". terest to life assuranco societies and.the medical.. profession_.was heard,. in the District Court on Friday. before M?ir. Panitm, P.M., nd and abench of magle trates. The plaintiff, Dr. fEcles, sought' to reco\er a fee of two gtaineas from John Rendlo for medical -.services- in examining and reporting` poi him mas an applicant for a. life assurance policy in the National lMutual Life Assurance Society. Mr. Daly appeared for the plaintiff, avnd Mr. Giilott for tire deFence. Tie evidence for the plaintiff was to the effect that the defendant, who was dsc retary of. the Austialian: WVidows' Fund, was a sufferer in the Box-hill. railway' accident in December, 1882, and that in January of the following) year he called on Dr. Ecdens. and stated that he cane from the National Mutual Insautanic Society's offices to ?be examined.' , He desired to have his -apphiation fone a policy refused, as it would' li of ass...

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A SERIOUS OFFENCE. FIFTEEN LASHES ORDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

A SEhOUS OFI'FENCE. .FIFTEEN LASHEBORDERED. At the. City Police Court, on Monday, me- elderly titan of respeotahle appearance ianmed Love was charged with having wilfully exposed himself, in the Fi4ny :gardens, em Fuiday morning last. The .e4ence was committedl in the presence of aiwo young women, domestio servants, ~:ho gave the than in charge. Henry ilea, watchmaker, and Joshua Langley .pawnbroker, deposed that they. had known the prisoner for several years, and ..nnosideed him a most respectable .ma. Certificate were produced signed by Cuusom-hwrse officials in Rockhampton. ;Queensland, stating that Love had acted :-? tidewaiter there for 20 years, and had bomrne a good character. Mr. Call, P.M?., .said the Bench had not the slightest doubt that the offence had been wilfully committed. The publin gardens must be preserved from pollution. The pri soaner would therefore be sentenced to three months' imprisonment, and during the second month would receive 15 .iashes. It may be inter...

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