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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
AIETXMANDRlA POST OFFICE. t At'?IV4J. ANT) !)SE oI TC II OF 114 I f Too-n. oiftnIrrivc. 3tnll' Clorc. Vtr ~ Tavolar. ~rr if cto 131,",Ia;. Il'tan+q. 1'^"oý > ta liturlay, r1iv, at l'rlitny tr..t'...,. "r I O1 T.t 1 . tp p n. " ....:.. ý~ It n1 i W, Wlnn. Tnra cov, Thac, dav. ""!4 t'r'ot t m. n'nt l y. oatl 'notrdiy. at S" . .I Snn'nv spiin. ` n·nr r. "r.' f *''l .f.", .t 1^', r nr, llllC "rTl in b mil," " t ir h+,rl r!it rir In thif tieu ntt'lfrltr for cl ittt' Innil· i, lb-tern ran now Ibe o',tiltl at thitl (oien from '",ý^"-. n+°s:'In Itn Victoria -I. nod undetr, ld; 1.10 ''""1 """f -!,l an'! ", "''.I 1ý)t.. . t "tI nU or. O 1an. '" a' " 14~n" a"' onol it -,t' "n; TA anti I"""r of .; n it undolr. in 4tI 1.0 ao l ii~t adrRe .i".r,...in:ir l '." ",,ý ilil toI c trinnt it'ttt l Shrotitth It" n ' * "nnv n''l iif itt 1 o'' Gritt r1 ytottnnn, 5fr Sti Ii.a'i c itr' i. ti Si" ,n'ittyi N. S. Wlak's, Soouth 5)11cc honra-Frtno 9 n.m.. ill i n m. J, tit:.Ii r'lt Te? I'ontmaitt'r
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
(TUnto of %Telh'htrno,). 1IAY BE CONSULTED DAILY, At his 1Ie4i1eno, Omrait Street, Alcanlr From 10 n.m., 11t1 12 p.m.' - T)IL W'P.tnR(rT\ ,i' "wil ci.it YEA every Tuesday nnd GOD1fi)FlEY'I every VrTiwi. N O T f 7r 11 j ', Co'nl' !li ft intFbw4d~lprir tmnt of tb!' Minir-n, will 1'rRn,, v''stteI snder thso onm" of WiTTr'E 7. 'tW Alf1) SONS. by wit's aill psottiq"iitnieqv w'1I be lisnpnrgn. nfid wtnnlonne oie nnithn t'"1 to 'rl" I'rt nutstanlding debts to the. :AtnXAAeonA 'I IM ' ~·~- - PreNQsure upon our usdvertifin r colssmns Cofl)iit1O si to hold nver the interenlttinr coin mnwofeninn of " PsulsiiCnnA;' also Yea and (Ondfrsov q C~rnnle esnire¶)1Tdsinca.
WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS IN THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
TATIlIl~OP I PA'tl~it f (in AYr'1t'f , olp S!Atf,s t'iioi Tow,. ) JItntl4 ntlvu tl l Coe ~~rnrr~~t ~ tife- ...o.. 1'rr~l· ~ rlday, ,iw'utiv. & Sn. I'.. i'.11e . l t ~i p. Tn. liitlayo.inttip.in. Rr?.~lnirm~ ll"~t-' n'rn'l r,~r m"'~t lip! tno~l'i ne Ilo't nrlp- to .ol tint,, nniiili't'l rot ptpjf(., ih m~ll. 'I'Tl o*(P f ii rli"l II ff1 i)gtfnce'Jk l cYi'ty flay. 8iandn *TllciiAlkn'*! t1 tnn bonr,n!.pr at, 11run4,~i, oh11 tnll tnr. *P *,,,(t.-tFI rotr nr~i·flrttmn '.y ,mnlte Ilpnm.10ptIpul on I~a .,fnt ~hinti'yi ,n'h... .,'n Iln n'itit~rnt" nI lil~n n'! ien intptiip l~icclni ln. '~IIi' t.'tpalnnlun*, Itreif ihif~nn nnIt,.nlmnntl. rlu. t:otiv tOritr omce wrll lie ,ni~co between tHe flonts or .n9 rlii.' htfdm~nl''F. thri~. p.tm fuln lpfrtt~~n o t'Ptt~ri fr~ ~,n~~~ Itnn ii t)qlr',i.?,n,~t prinrttoflip 'to noil .'fi ill *·I..9. i,"ilt9 *lln *ittn'~oenlfn(nnnn. 'tint up *tiPC ?'( imo f(l It-tfP. in ·(lti ita' to thIn nrtlfpn toili. fioupiFlin nf·lt.'r~n... i~oln ftont, ··: I· 0ltt...
Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
iVNLISIItD EVEnr WEDtEZ¶IDAt AED SATURDAtY. ·( Vertttrs Vinctt O ntitli:' sATrnrt`tY, L'1lR(.T)JIY.2, '131 I ntrrL tie omnting man ulrinlk win?"i and will thle coming man hbvn i i.'oyt'rivlmrft it tlut T nk? are r t.eiens of such ' rout im. portance to tll wito anr strn',l;hing to nttnin enase nd indipetndonce, tlhiit ilthlotlixh they itven 1been fully ant satisfitctorily anvwered else'whlre, yet we thtinkt thtt a few oemarks so ftr na4 they present tlhenel yes from nit Alexandra point. of viewv mwv nft bhe unin terestnin nor witlhout'somac bIeneficial effeot.- - WVit do not nroflist to he teetotallers, and hIrve no intention of fining into the (di e'nC il unul:'est or f.r'nr nturl inlit spiritt1o11s I'1i+to jirovo tl.:t theiy fire' iryijtrions to ttt" bln u in vv tern, wnirlnicr lhit! I tvt pretend t,, clhew II n I!t InM wvter is thy' rn',nt whole anti," Of* a'l drii Ic'. o- tint iititere is more nnotiriifln'!it in a tible tin1'miintl ofiliuir thnn in' t h iinredicii f aile. 'h'I'"...
PETTY SESSIONS. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
PETIY 8S SSIONS. YEA. Tomkins v. Williams: ,dobo,; LS 11s 2.. for goods sold. Settled out ofi corirt, .. Jewvell & Go. v..Scneider," dcl)b-Ll' 1s.. Orter fr amrount,s3 O(i. ciits In darf utl distress. Sa8ne v. Same -debt LO 53 4d; With drawn. S&mA v. Skinner debt, LO .2s. Ordnr r, L7 o4 3d, and Ds Od. costs.' In ;default; distr.re. Wlipelpr v. "Brrell • Fraud summons, LO 7s Connit.iad' to KIiliore jail. for six weeks. and to pav 297. costs.
ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, February 18th. (Before Gerard Peadlebury, Esq., J. P., Bainbridge, Esq., and D. Webster, Esq. J.P's) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
ALEXM? N t L PJl J. JJ7 'L'. T'huritly, Fo''tL try 18th. (B.foro G.i'?ar.l Po ad ,b ary. E? q, J. P.. Bainbr:d,, Eq., aa.1I ID Wd:aiter, Isq. J.P's ) CrOnan v. O( W ols: L4 9a 81. Order. for amount, 5 c.osts. Peterkin v Wrigha.n : Not served Sanoa v. Higinpi: N?T, served. Badger v. P?el it'othIer : Fraulsa:n.nons. Not served. Whiatalw and Snam v. Hoig.lon" L3 154. V.rldiut t;i. ?n L:;.s '-y co.seais, to be pIaid by w+ek'v inrt.,aln:rni. B ullgPr v ilb I;r. : Fe ti 1 a'n-n n n Or lr for -n) aot b., w'cly.o in+athn ,tai (a 13, 0 1. Vaughan v. P.tron : ?5?, work und labor.. Dismissed, with 12+ 1 i. costs. Nioa ol. v. ,ornifa S r" A.llauvi; ti Ca: Lll, Guo.la all al,~i IdlvrIeddl. VerdhIct for aminunt, with L' 3t 41 coati. Mr CaJter for plaintiff. F'reaioa vt. O. Jons3: 11 0 0. Order. for alnoa?r.t, anld 5 costs. Finn Brothers 'v. Schnider:: Summons, ext nded to 25t:h inst. P. Camnpbella application for beer liceape. was egranted.
PROPOSED BRIDGE OVER THE GOULBURN. NEAR JUNCTION OF THE HOWQUA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
PROPOSRD nRrn' M. OVVt TITR GOULITURN. NEIAR JU(U'NOION OF THE HOWQUTA. We had, yesterla)3, the pleasure of inspect-, ing a plan of the uropqped b-ritJe over the Goulburn, near the junction of the ITos-qnn. The drawing is very elaborate and'ernhrncs the minutest details, showing also the winter and summer levels of the river. Mr G rein has been for some time pa?t emp'qyed ?l the preparation of the plans, and we cnn only say that hte t)as ucceeeded in prmduiing a design which wi'l reflect credit alike upon himself and the Alexandra R-,ad Board. The length of the platform is 183 feet, wi'h 6 chtins of appronaoht, tile hitl of the streamn 'being 75 feet wide. The roulwytv is 32 ft abnove the bed of the stream, and supported upon two sets of piles, the lower set wh!ich is of red gum. bein 18 inches s?Pq're, and the upper 15 inches. 'Theo water-waiy ltrweeAn th piers, from cen're to dentre: is 5 "ft, Tihe platform is secured on futir sots of nirders 15 z 12, giving a rcndway of 15 ft. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
Mvaedicul. FREEMAN'S CHLORODYNE. T HE ORIGINAL CITLORODYNE, invented by RIIOHARD FREEIGAN, pharmaceutist; is one of the greatest discoveries of thie present age, and is largely used by the most eminent medical men in hospital and private practice, in all parts of the globe. It rapidly relieves pain from whatever cause, allays the irritation of fever, soothes the system under ex hausting diseases, and gives sleep without produc ing the distressing symptoms which arise from the use of opiates. Cousumption, coughs, cold, Influenza, bronrhitis, ':sthnsta hooping coirlg;'darrlcuadflyschtery, cholera spasms, cramps, rheumatism, gout, &c., immediately relieved and in most cases cured. Conclusive evidence of the value of it in cholera, diarrhoea. and dysentery is afforded by the following from the Right Honorable Earl Russell, who graci ously transmitted it to the inventor of Chlorodyne. Mr it. Freeman, and to the lRoyal College of Physi clans of Londlon. Extract of a despatch from ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
lgtV rti~qqut~nth,. PRfl1,'nY'rli:HTT CI:UIflOIT, A ..rýxýNvm&` T alC TSEV.J. Ti. S~r.F~f,. ''l'rerrhy'erinn Minrni.t~r, will (1).V.) tpronech in the1( slhnlul mom. Alcexnnlrm, on S ib,, ath first. 21st insr, morn-' Ina nnd evening, at the usual hours of Divine Sevi~ce. By anthorIty of thxe Presbytery of sfelbh,;rnc. It1ALDAMPLE QUAIflZ CILUSIIING3 COMPANY (Rsuciqhrsel. '' AhN Extrordinary Meeting of then Shsarelholdler of trris namro my will he hIeld t the Mlansfeld JTHtel,, Mansflilld,, o SuulurntyIjLh I8iha Marh,, 18f9, nt 3 pI.m. fjlr the ttl-pise of die. Zoeang of the Cumpany's Plant nod Mimclinery. JNO U.. At. UAGEJNIAN M~naeda, hnager. Mansield,, 16Gth ebruary, I869. IMPOUNDINGS. TEA--Impounded at Yen, Ith Janatyr, 1869. --TresnaRs 4s. enh. Bay mar, star, white vreirhind font. n near shoulder an 1tO near thf~h. Rayr yearlina 'ots, like R nff shinllder, progeny of above. If not elhimenl and sixpenses paid to be sold on the 24th Febrnerv. 18n9., EDLWARD SMfITH, Poundkee...
Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
L' ,lrI rl ililto OIi\t, L\to li .Ub n ir r tnllo ~thisrl rhuitt t fioron un. J. B. StnMr 1Sr13l wit jnrol.mcim in di, (Jooi n un - t c'aoof m-1iiai AlourundrIr, on S ibbith nult. LritP. it, t1.1t r , t t t t i13 ,iby ... -- dver u;5, iiia.ition? ii Sea 11?, a I V , to otr Risl iBiirl ftr pg s?loforlFrs mail t lunatics' oxpaises. Mr OCs'er ht altysy me"t th?se appliAcstioas with a denial of tbh. Bo.ird' lia'bility to ply, un-'e3 surn no?sed toqlow eule. This vieo; has at lenith been decided by ilia Qasloa Pqslcs Couurt in nc?corl:~is with 3lr OJstor's vieew. i?hse 4Ago i?h re;prt':?" A oAte of imp irtntine to shiracouncils wit rareferea s to t'r. t n s :9' r in wisich! tlhey Ivelv hitherto bsear al str;'"ed for tile di.+poal of tuniictiuc within thir'lisitriots w s adlj licitalt upon at the GOalong" Poliic Osurt orn ,'rid.sy, the verdict d+ec?s'uin; the dbtiea i so n'ed' inri which ?i?ones . had hi?ih rto i, min obs in.i fri n ill:ihis by the a polios nacth'itioi fo the expenses coa...
ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. February 18th, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
ACL!'AND t L IRA:D 3I.ULRJ. Se')a ry l13;', 1 83). .Presentl Mr. P.,cer'ci , (Orairin i), and Messrs CG)ter,. P.rkins, Webster, and Pendlebury. 3r ?i ebster cliled the attention of the flilrd to the unprotected state of the cutting near jorbury's,.wlhereby Mr. :findon, yhilst riding into Alexandra that evening, met : iib i serious accident. The minutes of the previous meeting'.were read and confirrned. COatatBSPONDRNOB. From II. Kaiwnegiesser, intimating that he hadI sold his coatract to Mr. O'D.ll, and asking the concurrence of the Board thereto. Froni II. Booth, applying for the oflics vac ted by 5Jr. Lawrence at the same r"eni, 7s 61 per week. From D, Plummer,. applying for the same offie at 0f per week. From "A Ratepayer," complaining of the clotlhes-lines at the. b io!c of M?.?ers. Thain's and O~ ig's residences.. From H. Cumming, aeking for, rediAction of rates: on Albion flotel. From J. Stevenson, informing the Board that the boundsriea of the district renm.tinid inact. Outwa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 February 1869
iruitps Fluid MaIagnesia. First-ect'le Cprtiflceate, I'x' ibition, 1862. P izie !etlal, Exhibition, 1IB61-7, 'ff"lt-E"' FLUII) MAGN *:STA obteined the .nivy PIrize Me'btc am arl d by the Jurors of the Exhibition of 18;,t arid Its;7. 'r 0(. ('osmo Newlbury'a aenlyaos showed that Eire..,'r Fluid Ma-nesia was riotler in saline mat tern .:!,,i nearly dolnhle theo strengtlI of any other f utl 10Mgnesia exlihibited. -Xruse's Fluid leManencia is particularly recom mtcrnded in all eases of derungoment of the digestive c'-irns. It is ai corrective of ascidity ; and during th,, c,?at of isummer its gentle aperient qualities r,,n I. r it a linmestic 3Medicine of great value. In hit. 're,, telient of the disorders elf children Its use will t". r ind mnos st.nil ining and bencelcial. It forms a , ,.t .eliciouls Smmelllllnlr I)r.lulht taken with I'ili'E'S8 SYIRUP OFP lhASPIIIlItitY AND I Iltfc N, first adding two'parts of water to one of tor rill particu'ars sec hand bills accompanylng e: 'h baht...
(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 February 1869
(To. the Editor of the Alexandra Timea. S 8n,-Will you behJind enough to-insert ":this letter, as in reference to public money matters the public should know how their money is expended. This is to inform you that the bricks !aid down for use in building the Common S:houl chimney ure a scandal to the committee and pnhlio of this town ship, as subscribers to the school fhlud. Yours respectfully, --..A ' B"UBSCRIBER.
Correspondence. TO TEE MEN OF YEA. (Per favour of the Alexandra Times) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 February 1869
inltrtspntiulitre. TO TEE MEN' OF YEA. (Per lavtur ko the Ali' zidra Times) Ye men of Yet! Have.. ye not hIard that in .' few daystihe .memr!,ers of :a Road Board will he elected fitr the government of yonr road ard funds; for the equal distri tutioniof:- this lurthen. 1 know that men from lil :plrts of the distrist ought to :be elected, on that justice in the dishbtrement of the funds he meted out to all. How, then, men or Yen, nro ye behind in letting the world (our little world of the Yel. Dis: trict Road Board) know that some villirge Hampden dwells amonr ybu, ,wko will stand forth for the rights of the 'dwellers in Yea? Knoaw ye not, men of Yean, thrt. up to the present time on!y squatters are spoken of as fortlhcouing to take the re sponsible position of members to the fir-t Yea Road Board. Have ye not brains, have ye not eves to foreshadow tlie' result of a Bo.rd comptised. only of squat ters? 'Your .homes,eads& and .dwellings fronting a public road will ber-axed, ign...
ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. (Before Mr. Warden Akehurst.) Thursday, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 February 1869
ALEXANDIR. WArDlt.N'S COURT. (Before IMr War I-n, Akelhrst) Thursday, February 25. Simpson v. Jones: Arplication for a wet fronrlg.e chuirn. No. 14 south. W,'k',ng Miners', Grtrey's Cre,.k. 'he ,,pl-can could not Iroduce his mniners right. Struck Out. At.twell v -l-uo : Appprlctrion for No. 11 -ourh Workin.g lIners'.- .r,,nrNdt. MAr V. Smith for applicant; .IMr Etbersor, for delen darut. Seine v Dwyer: Applietion-,o he pit-in, p),Ose~.ion of a chlrr on the Hock of Cashel line of reI-, on rhe ground of non cnnmldiar.cr with tihe lleechworrii Bfv-laws. Mr V. Sdri-b, for the plaintiffs, snhmritred tiat the charge was too Verrre, '*nd was In i0or, no charge at. all. liis clients hind come there in tortl iajrrarnce ot what they had to defend. : He Iiril that it was not in rih power of the Wirden to, armolu: the summons. Postponed to ne.xt Court day; to allow plaintiff to amend, the summons. L , 15a 6d costs • - .4. smtna r 'ume: Interfeince with pegse. Ur V. Smith for ddfendtlt. Dismisse...
(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 February 1869
( To the Editor of T7hw Ademandara limes.) Sia.-- My duty as a repi lint of the lis riti cjiiu pols me to bring under your notice the negligence that we have received from the Government, and trust that this ernmmuni,:ation will attract the attention of the \till ster ,ifJ IsTsi: for 'his eionhny lihe su'-ject of my complaint is the inadeqntey of the number of ti' .Tiaties ,if the P .ace .flr this district, nol the ur(e.nt ne*cesaity of the immedliate appointment of a litiontl ons. I'his sublject was brouthlt uilde,'the noiice of the ,Minlister of ustlice on his visit here in October last, he then rn'lmitte, the great necessity of it, and gave ins:ructtiyns to the pr per parties wh rt eours-, to pursue to ohtain them, which instr?e'ctien have been fully carried out, hbut the o .ject htis not h.-en gained, althoughb since tiret time a supplementary roill of magistrates have lKen gazetted, Now Sir. we ate not acommu nity thlat are incline.I to be trifled with, and I can aeiure you if ...
PENDLEBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 February 1869
PENDrEI it UY.C (From ai Correspowlent)... The Northern Reef 0 'I. Coinlny.-At hbis claim about 18 tone of stone hanve been raised to the surface. A crtulini'will trak place in three weeks. Ciniide'rable' delay's is canted puttinz down blanket. tuhleas, and makinwu other nlterations"s.i;alit the me'achinwe. The first crushing from the reef of '70 tons gave 13 dwt.per ton ; this stuonfe wts taken from the shalft.,,?hT4l seoonwl crwishinww of 12 tone from-the timnnel,gave 1 pz . lwt ro the ton- ,'The next crushing is wxpiin:ted to -idlhi about 1 oz. per too. The.', machiew is 10 horse-power; oLe of MIrlhall :t.& .Sons, annd drives eight head of o tamnps; it;wnw erected by. Biarnes and Clhmmn brs, of Melbourne There is ,a griod seipply of water. -Atr pre sent there are 12 men employed: 'T'he legal mnnaner is adr Bickerton, and the mining mananrer Mr: Thomnas Tallt. The adjoining claim west Irns. 3 tons of stcne ready for crn-hin.. Nt.Nuhinr payabhle hals %Pt Ieen fiond in .thi?...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 February 1869
NION DANK OF AIJSTEALIA. LIABILITY UNJASMITl;D. PAID-OUP CAPII'AL ... £l.Th º,000 1tt:SERVU FUZ~ND ... ... 1:2~50,000. ALIXANDRA AGENCY. (s iEL) JIOUGHITi AT IItIEBUIltNE I'PRICE Cu-rent ' tt,. of Interest AInwmel on Deposits. uind .:. d n l Bankinug Busin.'e. tranm Srte.d. J. P. BAINTIUDGE, Agent. P ~ F E II 0 U S S 0 N (Lato of Melhnmnrne,) MIAY BE CONSULTED DAILY, As tit sl eidencn, Grant Street, Alexundr Prorn 10 arm., till 12 p.m.' 7)R. FERlGU'1SON wfll visit YEA sevty Tie.udny and GODPREY'r every Friday. TN Vfntnru ths. huelna.i a-vars',mm nnth 1.1^nfna Uwilth.."nn'iart·ed und.rtje name ..f «1 t IT - LAW A' I) qONs . by wh-.s 'll pset ' lli,,lstl.·a wllf he dilj.-hrgpd and who nlonue ore nuthzsss.'rs' to ,"-IP·et ouritndling debts to th. ALr.XAxnO5A TtsrF~a.
Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, "Veritas Vincit Omnia." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 February 1869
"Vittý VIncta 4i5,, t." SA'1 L 1,L A', 'L"RUARY 27, 186900. A vow weeks ago, Captain Couchman, the head of tihe Mining Survey Departnment, visited Alexandra. Mr George' Whting, who is always on the look ont for any intormirion in minin. ntifairs, thought it. a havorable ch Once of getting ilforniati.on from a high authority on misting matters in general, and the Luckie line of reaer in particular. So, waiting a tilavrable olppor tunity,.lM . in a very civil and polite manner asked Mr Cotichiman whether, alter having seen the reef in the Lucke pirospecting clauin, e didi not think rthit pitietd along in iI certain ljection where hu (Mr Whiring) had some lheavy interest. The Ca peain it once replied " it may, or it may not !" Mr Whiting taiter scratching his heitd for a litt!te cltine to the conclusion that he knew is? much as that himself, antd thIt the head of the Mining Survey nepartment mlight he i very clever man in his way, but his opinion on the direct ion ol a lend was anythin...
ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, February 25th. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq, P.M, and Gerard Pendrebury, Esq, J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 February 1869
ALEXANDRA Police Court Thursday,' Veleruryv 2Stih. (Before A. P. Ake'turst, i?q, P..t!, andc SGerard. Pendiebury. Esq, J. P.), Finn B1ree., v. Snider.and Co: Li 14s 6d Summons extended. Peterkin v Peel Bros. "L17, 4s lid. Fraud stimmons. No appearance: fior de fendants. Order for amount "ian:i Ll 1U costs. Rapiport and Co, v GCeighton: L}3 0Q 5d. Summons extendled; Same v Ellen LIwlor and P. Bugy y: L1406 9d. Order for amount and ies costs. Same v D. O'Conno,r: L3 2? 6.1, Ll paid on account. 'Order for balance and 4s Gd Rapiport & Co. v Ayers: Fralt, sum inons. Mr Emerson for plaintiff; Mr Smith for defendant. Order to pay amount within one month, in defi.lt two months imj)rison inent. Fletcher v Wlhitfi.hl : L4 18s 6d. Order for amoutnt and l12. 6.1 costs. Budirer v Smith. Summnnn, extendmd. Taylor anid it)rher v Brown and Others : 154. work and labor done in di awing three Ioais of tinmer at, 5- per load a distuince of two miles. Tie ude'ace was that the 'ihatgo was exorbl...