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English Eleven v. Australian Eleven. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

English:, Eleven v.. Austra-, ,:::liar .Elee?. r The above mi?'tf as'? nmel Con. cluded on Friday, resuloing:iý a victory for the Aunstralians by s t i ickets, The follow. ing are the scores:- ENGLISK?LEV'EN, First inumngs .. , - i iSeeondinuingsi 134 Grand Total " . y322 aenanrmhn, nPihnr b-Pehteiid% t;il i Mnrdoeh,eldsdwnter bBatearuilitxtlr :nel 4,9 or'Donnellt no'm`1tc, . eor·-il r; , i;. r po'n1 w14ie:'i 5 C0lwiyi0 ermiof Firstminongts ... Gead Toa. . ... 326

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THE PERSECUTION OF THE JEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

THE PERSECUTIOT N OF THE JEWS. General inihgnation has been stirred in England by the outbreak against the Jews, the history of which becomes the more ap palling as we receive corroborative details. To take the last instance, from Warsaw we have now a complete list of the 'houses destroyed. It is estimated that 2,011 fami lies have been ruined, numbering. about 10,000 souls. During the riots there were demolished 292 liquor shops, 003 eating houses, warehouses, and synagogues, 393 pTrivate houses, all the property of Jews. Another aspect of the movement is shown in the statement of a Russian gentleman named Moyer Bankanovitch, who has just arrived from Smilla, in the province of Goborno, in Southern Russia. Describing scenes of which he was an eye-witness, he says: "The outburst of terrorism occurred chiefly at the monthly fairs, when large numbers of farmers and peasants assembled in the town, and the townspeople incited the farmrers to attack other Jews. The drinking houses were t...

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The Dimboola Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

The Diimboola Races. Thed annialen eting of the above Racing Club came off on T'esdav, and proved to be the most successful meeting yet held'under the auspices Bf the club. . The attendance was remarkably, good and the varioun events were keenly contested. The following are the results: O0 10 sera. Mr. James Porell's g Free Lonce, aged, Oat 21b (Hines) ..... 1 Ir' J Kell 'sb h Sunshine, 8 years, 9st21b (H.'" gnew) .... . . ... 2 r. N. Rogers's gm Alice Grey, 5 yesar s?t (Kenny) .... .. ... ... 3 Time, 2 in. 1i3 ec. NOwEL SELLING FLIT ACE.g Mr. J.. Agnew's r g Baron, 4 years, Oct (H. Agnowc) . . .. , O 1 Mr- A. Smith's b g Argus,6 years, 9st .ll1b (Kenny) : . :2: Mr. St. Eo" D'Aitou's b g Ben Bolt, years, O9t llb (Nicholls) . 3 Time, 1 min. 47 see, t -:n.car neaanLs. 'M5r. C. Bell's d g Goldfinder, 5 year, 9stalb (Bell) . ...... i or.oA.G. Qnartermaine's b, g Mroona; 10dt 4b (O'Co.nor) . . -.. . 'l. George Fauxn's b g Salt, aged, Ost I: (Thornton) .. 3 Time, 4 min. 8 sec. DI.0OOLA Rn...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

MISCELLATNEOUS. . A London correspondent says in reference to the distribution of honors for the Mel bourne Exhibition :--Seme little surprise has been expressed in London at the delay-for it can be but a delay-which is taking place in the distribution for honors and titles in connection with your Exhibition. One does not like to make invidious comparisons, but it is pretty certain that as much at least instt be done for Melbourne as was done for Syd ney. Indeed rumor whispers that at least one hereditary dignitary is to be codferred upon a Victorian, and I don't .think your readers will have much difficulty in guessing oi' whose brow it is to fall.,?The delay has nrien' ?hiefy from thie imed f ear when:.the qiutian'" dime t9'.bas; nsidered It wee asriot uitil MLinieirs were acattered after the las Parliamentary session that the matter ripe forconsideration,andwe caneasily there fore understand how it has been dragged on till now. The report of the British Boyaý Commission is now in...

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THE SALVATION ARMY AT SHEFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

THE SALVATION ARIMY AT SIIEF FIELD. A most extraordinary and alarming scene was witnessed onthe 16th JanuaryinSheffield. The Salvation Army, which hais four distinct barracks in the town, decided a short time ago to hold a " Grand Council of War" in the Albert Hall, and on 15th January General Looth, thle commander of the Sal. vationists, and Mrs Booth, his wife, ad dressed crowded meeting. In the afternoon the army had a grand inspection and march through the town. During the latter they were jeered and threatened by a large mob, but reached the hall in safety. Next day, howerer, their march was most disastrous. The procession consisted of three carriages, containing the officers of the army and a brass band. In tje procession was Lieuten. ant Emmerson Davison, a converted North. umbrian wrestler, who carried the banner at the Stephenson centenaryatNewcaatle. - He was mounted on a grey horse, and rode just before General Booth's carriage.- 'As he ap. peared in Thomas-street a crowd...

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The Political Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

The Political outlook.. A fewr. days ago (writes the "E-lning Mail") an informal meeting of What are known as " discontented Liberals" was held. The political situation was-discussed, and it was intimated to the meeting thatI'lF.Breiry ,had been:chensilted.:, :That gidtlemnan? ex :ifessed thc opi?ion that it would be unwise to attack the Government as proposed on the re-.assembling f Parliament. .He considered .that the interests'of the party.jwould be best consultedhby postponinig any hostile demon stration until.the next general ele'tion. 'By that time he 'would be:able, to prepare an in dictment against the Government which he felt sutrethe country ,voull .endorse. The above comm?utmcatin iwa wOarimly discussed, some memlet? preseht ac4i es'cing in the ex Premier's views, and others averring that it was simply a ruse to cover. ulterior designs. It was stated plainly by one'member as ieidg "notorious" that Mr: Berry was coquetting with l1isais;Ke'K erd,'Wrixon, nd; soi? bof the o ...

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A Clergyman Drowned. Bairnsdale, (Sunday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

A CIergymannip Drowned. - Bairnsdale, (Sunday.) ..News was received, in Bairnsdale yeste. day'evening that a' lihrsd belonging .to the ev. E.' W. F.'Haritman;.Church of England miniister of this town, had'been found, with saddle and bridle on, on the bank of the Mitchell IRiver, at the Glenalladale.crossing, and that Mr. Hartman's..hat, had been dis covered'floating in the stream. The gravest fears. \erei enteitained .that Mi. Hartman had met with an untimely death, and a search party went out to look' forhisn body, whilch was found in the river this afternoon, and brought into Bairnsdale. MIr. Hartman "was on a periodical visit to Dargo, where he was to have preawhed to-day.. :It issupposed that the reverend gentlenian on Friday night mistook the crossing. and instead of taking the river at the re5ular place, got too high iip, aiid into deeis water. Traces werefound otfthe deceised having ridden up and down the bank of the river, evidently doubtful as to the locality of the crossin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

TE0KNAS Y U, AUCTION itock,.Station, Land, P an , ad Commission gen WILSON STREET. HOReHAM ADVANCES made on Leasehald or Free. bold Ccuutry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances ma, e on Wool for sale either ir. toe colon" or in London by the best Melbourne and Ballarat bakers, Every descrition Gf business.. connected SDepartments conductedpromptly, efficie ly, and ecdnomically. Fire and Life Insurances effected in the best compadies4 :. " Sales df Property or Stock conducted in .any part of the colon-v . AoVGT FORt " . i :iashen and. Gibson, Stock. and Station e Agents, ilelbourne and Ballarat. Dennvs Lascellsa and Co., wool and g"ain brokers, Geelong. The Australian Mutual Provident Life As osrance Society? The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Iansurstce Co., of Se r Zealand. Ballrat Peimanent Buildiug and Invest} meat Society. :. : Valuer for the BallaratBanking Co.,Limited: Auction Sales of horses. cattle, &c., held every Saturlay at the Sale Yar...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

TRELOAR.—At Duchembegarra, S.S. 12317, the wife of Chas. M. Treloar, of a son. Premature. DEATH.   M'PHERSON.—On the 3rd March, at Riss- mann's Hotel, Alexander, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander M'Pherson of Pimpinio, aged 15 months.

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[?]urtoa Fire Brig[?] Sports. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882

f'luxrtoaWlvPe B ig b p t The above aort.- r'm?, i.t .neo dry on the i.ecr:a:.ca? ' - uGrie. .he r.teadaco wa ory c :... . re?' nsat haviun tL.kren v : s rCar r Cu I rcr c . s c ie. All -ia:: o town .;cr old 'rie.. aJok... , a.i -s cllowrcr, ir'.. Cs :- ; -a t.:,. oclrm::m rp,: 4 :.r. :. :: Tri in the :cornsg s : . c Ic ; i: aOct--n- :. i : -crh. -i abor:t 11 ti prmc.-_ es- : e . ::i ine-kt.c, : i'rk- :e :;..: ~L . cad me" r -l -cmIers : c I ri' i? e ':tac Oiddi . . : -er.li: a. "c -ir-the- . :. . e: c c:c. tlhc:rce little ~rl. . :-: 7. o r)-. Cr the rear. E'-c-a. Sta .c/l r.iga,,e, ni: aleCd Inar-:illcd t -rriving . the cut - FT. lcrtactt made e. r. L people Ico ti ,their ir, , t gad".e in their eble eble.. .c!d, I M.cla;trc t he ?rti' " ?c.: Trteehe.C.t:ptainiaesb.t t..s l ? -ly reh rcc· erid a·t!c an. : : crt.r " "Vgh, (of the ,lora :., i.innah, (of the lali: . t:in Cranston, (of the : 1 Firemen bath ieito : doing-their utmost i:. coueoss. The seer?t...: ,-.? "l taos really indef...

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Warracknabeal Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882

--Tha aboae racetuck' i ltce c:l Tlhirsday. fact ;wtrtaw.t ll'enrer notg ceer hold in this dietrict a. s thlire we-re -cry largI tields:..ant every event was hon-'l I cntestled. The -at tenudrce was grad, t' r? :elg tidtit'ecn five and six hundreil pre" ant. One strange thing: was that the xisito?: fromni., :distance were nilt umealnronia'htli e Idbals,- as Inlioticed Svisitorsenfronl Hor .am, Maurtoan, Dimcoola," Londlh, and" Miiyvl -iilh fact; all the towns' around were well ' presented; an' oir town. shil, was full of-s'_ntgrs and" racehorses,. a great rmuny cord g from ?I.;miboolea Beds were hard to geji and' owsnerd of iacehorses hail great difictilty ii secil&f: stabling. the hotel stables were full .4i ,!ilsomoEt of the private par es, as nearly every house. whilh had anti) ig io the shape of stables had -one cr"two racehorses, and those who could not geti i stabling had to take their hores to the ,i:ms outside the town. Tihe day was rathe- hot, and ithi 'dust was any...

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CLEAR LAKE. March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882

i U I (Fra--a 2, 6 o n C:rrepo..s_ c -e A? : ,,. -rrnutii'-t -u - o, hedbab :re on G-sturda oer.g iat, i---c- a gr-ea many of the ne gti o'ring selecttcl put in an ap 1earanc2 . 0 .r.. i.. aclcic being the pre sident ao?-oarcowet; too': the chair. From the rzps.:givt by the wcn employed by o1 L:co--'ment to lay p?icn for the rabbits -.o p i?.kea:dr t the rabi:t :v' miany places .are b:ct. very coosid?ri ?b'? rcetoed, but from:nrhe wmall number of 'tien mon'oeyed hey wer; not able to go.-ory far back in the -crbh, .ud the rabbitt heat comin- i. I thou::h i:.om my o?:n olter-ration of :I-t in iei?e -- g-nil; it has to cery great e:tent beuen :c'hy cCa.ed, capeCa aoilyl ..- tIhe Cerub oetr."e, lhere anld, ihe E:.it Lake. The fol lowing :soalutiotL were panned at the mo~t aig:- 1. Thaft theo Uoer::mcnt; be reo cnsted to ero?tloy sci'c n?cit mnc for a sborn t-or e. -. 'l:o.t a hlare ceepply o' bran and -ac re' boe l. t o' Ihand at lchar Ink',. T t. lirt e -ab i ..akini`'beo pnrl:as:ed? ....

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RUPANYUP. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882

h. ii -.cry wana (o .. I' ?,' u?:t.r?,, -.;L3 n in, and dry. ThUe "t.-t r is fsct diac.'t.hhi-g in som e of t". ch re r.;er:oirs, x'm.~c- Y them. thi.t werre ."r'o; r'tChr't-." t.r- early ildry nw. Mr T:.-. Yon (pCe Mor.F Kfy;) hicld a sucesse'-l : n.e .'.- on t: 7t in:t., .ad dis posed o. 7:".-.. L.t. o- he:p, cattle m.l horse.. nar~ i .co-th :C tchedi?.;! i horse:-'p r i 3. 3s, -n. catt!'2 p to V£"1 per hari. 'i'-e cak un.L-:ri l ',s 'a faii con diti?n, Zo-'l of t?' beLin :'rim- beef. Mr; i A.1M:rpihlt ;:r,'d t colet- a: t!t' latteOit: T"'p ev~cc" '"r2 v'eaI wa: a ruceC Anetion and t-.a-n, ;-t.; ~ct r' . =ic I of the Preilsytc:ir u " ;rch hare. Th: gifts '.ver oof -. eo'? v.r' a ,"in'*tinr "aha.'ti.-lrl and thlc.i : o in'c:ius pcrh-rE t.he veritablde " r 1·;it ni -rin'lir," ins:l':l mnaciinry, ii:,.-.;;,cit, I -,sc . 0 .4-, Gewvers, saeeps, c..l-, ho.rs:, 'gsta .o!l.r, :lotbing, fancy at' a cnarIcta . ' wor: Ac. t-0 niumcrous to mre.tion. -T'Ehgifts-wuerecontritel--'£ from ail pli...

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WONWONDAH. March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882

V ON WONDAL-L S..-'Fr.; ,i.' of. Corrt?pondent.) .. ...: " . . . . Marih 10. Co- rahaoll have, been .ewl ;edi y i± tho Crocti lard a '.:iailiff to la'i fnoatnr in thc. r-bbia' 'fe:':" p aflacu It at W d!" a1 d eonse-'.uent'y "t reabbiC :~ a -- hr been miateially ressened. li: son'- of ti mri enpr:iyed e 'C-Verye Carets abs.eto ci. tt :k, as : few iays ago I hear: o thee poison bci_. lab in-lheapls beside the C:i a road fro:"' Tcc:? ilo'ah to the D.lnagarn Swamp. A iecetor i?rs driving his cattle is water, an:, to ptm, en. them being poi'sou-, had to carry a car - ith him and gEatuer ni. the Lbrr ce 'a went along. ' He aftrwatrds o ce-laid thli pn:'n in- his brush fean;,. ''r. Elibo 1Y5 not lu"l suflcred.. :hlay oss ±roan t1e sra"' caus; .e ha'rcuta c sCveral stuile paddocks ia " this ieighbour-:ood, ir whicih :o Ssoout- rIeat catto he hale broaug?t up for aile, tanl while L coa..., t;te: travell;n nrom o e a dloca: to asnti'.,L tat Olea. ?acre a:i:ed!. Jr. Warnie infc -ed rme litt r...

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GRAIN AND FLOUR RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882

GIRITS AND FL)UR:hI7EURNS. The following are the rettnias of wheat aand flour despatched from the iailway staLoan for the week cading 1 i"h 11ih: HORSIA.L * ercnd%6: . lour ....... .;............ ... . 198 LWhett ............. ......... .... .... 558 Flour . . 198 i W heat ....... ................. ..... ...... 55 Fiour ..................:....... 190 Font 574Y .heat ............................ 12 Flour . . ....... 1995 WheaCt..... ..... . . ....., 210i Toheat ...................... 154 :our 10 10 Wheat ......................... 7012.. Floe .......................10 08,9 Wheat.... .. t 210 'oItnl ....................... 2154 S t ,... .....G........... 30 Wheat "- ... 702_ ' IM.ac . - * Wheat ..........................1008 W meat ... 0300. Flour .. ...........;0;.:........ 65 Flour ......... .; .;......... 279 Tos1 :...........:..:.;.:....' i7di:

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Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 10TH. (Before J. H. Alley, Esq., [?]) UNREGISTERED DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882

Horsham Police Corui, --o---- FRIDnA, IM.CII 10--. (Before J. 1. Alcy, Em., l'.3I. I;NRICUGI.STIPED DOcU i J. A. Buchanan v. Alexander i inaa; m: rcgisterCed do;. Find' 5s withi 2z Ct!d?a: Same v. Henry Ii .;pshire. Ir. -pLca fordlefendanlt. lined as with 2s t -.:. coats. :' Same v. Daniel C'co n ,; flue 25 t. --! * Same r. Win. Borrows; SBanl .it?;h Is , Same v. Henry 'iN12er; Suci - with 21 C-d costs. Same v. Wienry aliner; fnel r iwith 2s C8: costs. SSame v. Jacob Beer; e--rd ' with 9? '?i` costs. S:ame v. Samn:u Taylor: ir.ci f - rit2s G6d costs. nATEVs SSlhir of oWimmi?i.1. .Jl; i-ean; A ~rE:. mons for uiipn.'d rates a:iD ing to 16s. "'r Perry, for dfi?edan3 , aS', tlrat his cdiena left the hodse do 11th Apri:: 8.90, an.l:- had paid all lates up ;t' that d?,. John Green delosed: . rc;ii.'a ?tui- , anl left'the hoec ''' Ar-,;i 'tOa ??, LI hrave lihd nothing to do witbh it Hince." 1ismi"scd with £2.' s ccst-. r.ii .t "- .., tis ... , Sanidaaisi a rcr:'Wt.' 'A, cucino'S for 25a fo...

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MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882

'MELBOURNE FIAUt AND GRAIN ?MARKET. (THE WEEK' aRt.ui:SACTIO'1 In the impo?t marl ?ts bnsacss has hen fairly r.tiv, chiefly for the .supply. b ordi, nrry.vrequirements. .. An .impred ..feelin? has Seen, mnreovc:, noticerble in .breadstuffs as r:" a rcrpee:r the di esition cf Sbuersto qpertte, though lower rates beve ;chad to o;e crt- "ed ao enaole selle s to mwho oy a pro rse inin g an-ytlhing like: painels..raI; the general markets.however,little of interest has b en allowed to come before nu, opeira tions having been restricted, purchrscrs sel dcm gomng. beyond actual wants; nor liav we any' changes in values of the alightest importance to ieier to. Flour is withoht ianimation. We continneto quote £11 lOs to £1115s; but the mr; ket:;is decidedly weaker; 'n tone, a.nd ;no'" parcels could;.ie placed unless atra radiction Wheat is also dlower No disposition w'hatever `to operiate iu:9lat et: lat.e rates l:hia ,been eninecd tbonxh at a :reduction buyers wre :afound -.-: to. porhrch ,'...

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Court of Insolvency. MONDAY, MARCH 13TH 1882. (Before His Honour Judge Hackett.) IN re THOMAS THORNE, OF MOCEINYA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882

Court of Insolvency,. MOnD.Cr, MfanlC 1?Tr ISS2. (Before lls Honoor Judge lIakel t.. IN re Tiruo:rs Tnroir? .orF NIoDC?sN 'rA. An application for a certificate .iischarge. Mr- Ireland for insolvent, and '" Twi'g- on behalf of creditors. Mr Twigg said Ihe appeaed 'o oplirse t?ie application so fha that the insolvent should not beo allowed to dispense with the pay.:ent of 7s in the pound. M3r Ireland objected' to .r Tewigg ieing heard, inasmuch las he ad .filed t oloio:e the neccssary seven day's notice of its being his attention of offeing auy opr.ositios to the application. His Honor said that he ould _djcurn the application for three. months. Is re W'ILIAMu Rocr., a Tr e.Tg . This was to have been an exa: in.li ;t'1 under scetiou 133 of the insr.vency a'e:otrlte but it was dispensed withl. - IN re WuILLuM WATTS, or Cc O.. L'a. An application for acertificate of iisiharge, DMr Ireland, who appeared fcr the irsoianlt, stated that the estate LraL paid I -d f i: the 'pound. Applicatii ...

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. SUNDAY MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882

M ELEUOtiiLOGIOAL 'NOTES. TEMIPIOUTURE. SUNDAY MONDAY III HET LOWES HIOOS m O7 'O, i T I t:$ ahale ` i 8 de91 . 62' lit ests 120 115 Expoed at Niht '0 - 6 Lee,".e:r! J3 E.

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Horsham [?] Court. SATURDAY, MARCH 11TH, 1882. (Before His [?] Judge Hackett.) [?] DED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882

. ; e e . :.,? J?ge~ a cketC -- - Etow; -Arf. tsin eifor1: . .-. ;- o for tim fecovery of S.'. f ra..., ce, of.,a grotlisioryc. : ...... T'l:+? :. -.: ,; t, coes?ts b . 7 :kinr Ao i action for . J. Hept ren An I 1lacchus Mo tainntt. . : :.:, 3 I itis 1,c y. ? . ing ; ti action for . n promisPrery note. ::" : : ` ?erdit for. amount, - S . n :el i ::-An action J o for a?ount, coste to: d . : :: w Chisholm ; An :. -. -.of ITs, Mr Twiole "c wamount, costs to be o:i ??Co . Sir lacichus forc defendant. An S f li; ..- Postponed _i e taxed. Presser; An action f,.rnlaintif'. Ver'dict: Sd Aitken; An action " r pldainti; Verdict hn ::ain'.h!:crpe; An Ah:tne u: plaintit. 's to be t, ed. . . v su, IEarle ; An e :.. e fi ! plaintiffl . to to be It: ed. ...... k; Mr Aberne -fr Srd . ife;ndat. An action '?t with ;tl ld costs, -; action for his Gfo .ntilf. - Vorlict for orge P.iiuist'-r : an S£32. Mt'. frelanti for tnlounlt, -,1ss to be oe:dict for amount axed. tI: rt :?nmons for biitt: .he debt on ...

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