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OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

OI,.LA :PODRl : A.' Sydney i o exporting to ngland e tensive shipments of bread tufTf. AnAgrloultural Society ,ha been formed at Fiji. , Sugar grfowing in Fiji' is 'gli 'g i'atfe: faction. ' Mr. Coppjn has given notice in bia place in Parliament of his intention on Toesday next to ask thp Postmaster Genoral to introduce the issue of 'penny postage cards into Victoria.. . ro, Ci ý On.Moncay next ljo appronta a t?,om Sandhurst will Visit the Exhibitibn'. ' The Australian Health Committeo just inaugurated, hold its first meeting on Monday. eveaning' ast;" When Professor Strong gave 'his leotutre n "Th 'Great Plagues of History." . .. f War with China ip at preaent s?Yrted. Chinese agents are p'uroIiaing smootho bore guns at Vienna. A nugget of gold weighing 7 pounds ,was found at Dunolly, Tho head Quartors band haa,ooloapsed and is now 'pnctically diebiandedv T 1 fA 043 children were received at the Indus. trial and Reforinatory 'schools di~rg 1874. Tho total amount received bythe t ge...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

CRICKET. The first eleven of the Fitzroy will meet the Brunswick at the Fitzroy ground and as thepte r ;caretaker .is up to his or oll~wicktmbgnay' beliooe foi?.nd f West Richmond will meet the ~Cpm. bridge Uniion in the Richmond Paddock. The long loopiud for match between the Yarra Yarra and Collingwood clubs com mences to-day on the ground of the former, and should the weather prove fine we have no doubt that the inhabitants of Johnston street; will have cbase'to w6ndir where all the people are .travelling to. As both teams are in splendid form we shall etiebt to sed somoe xcollent play. The Fitzroy Impeainl meet to measure strength with the Windsor to.day, and are requested to moot at the Town Hall Mel-. bourne at .2 o'clock. The following is the Imporials team, Dyall, Hayes,. Davies, Biggby,. Bain, Jones, McDonough, (2) Sharp, Josephs, and May. Emergencies Halliway, and.Kirkham. It is hoped for the honor of their club they will not sub mit to lose, as they did last week, by 106 ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CRISIS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

TO THE EDTIOn OF TUE MERCURY. L Sir-I copy from the.4ge thcse words '1Under the':eiroidhsthnoes, it istboth con stitutiona? ud reasonable that the .cou?pry shoul-td al owed t theko the resp?rsebijt? of t~i' siubtion, and decide for itself. Mr. MoBain never said a truer word than' when he described the Assembly as 'a oesspit'which every respectable. man would turn up his nose at.' There is only one way of cleansing it," but the Age does not tell us what that only way is, therefore I will' suggest one. Let our Governor follow the example of Don Pedro, of Brazil, if he. ha's' the power, and wishes to exercise,it,' that is, when the 'House again meets sur round it with artillery and give the place' hunters five minutes to dissolve themselves, or use the artillery for that purpose. "If he cannot,'do it, then' the country should be allowed the responsibility of the situation, and decide for itself. If there is 'no horny hzinded men amongst us, lot us awake Don to use the stock whip to the...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. FITZROY PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

S GO ESP.O DENICE. Viads e4t-?6?esr y endaorseo teoplnonssol u crrspondents. TZLOY .PHILEHARMON'IC' SOCIETY, ' To' T'it iDo'rn 'or 1r3is 3lEURY. SIR-I attended at the rehearsal of the above-named' Society last inight; ;nd 'was pleased .to find, such, a rumber,,.pf good voices , congregated together, when., tho occhestrahpermitted me, to distinguish,,the, v ice from the i instrument..,there..were some. voices especially,.one, i"jparticular,. ,which appeared to me to be young in,her , 'tOons, which if she was exported under a freign master and she returned to this cplony ' under, apotbhe ; name, 'and ;oný difflc? to pronounce, wobld be very mucilf iapprecia ed and ,fetqh -a-high .lprioefor atlmission'to listen t6'ho?p lT?e+brdrdotbr appeared to take a great interest in per frmin'? ihis duty, and, seens' ofuc q I kiq I ! c~sptq on that Ii i !"ýfr 2 1 ay venture making a suggestion t him,* id that is to insist upon the .jistruments being muted when' used to a6obmpmny the doico-performer...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY, OCT. 9, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

Ta x prosent position ,' of the ,Town of Collingwood, .in respect to its taxation and loans,:affords an: apb oppbrtunity to ýdisuess theiquestioui' 'aither'the town' or ward sypitei of.represeiintion 'is tlti most equable i oo) exped lieit. of our readorsa e;awaro that for the PpiT* pose of electing municipal I represents tivesthise townIls divided into wardes, while in'th6 sister tb*n"'6f 'it~ro6y tho. ;whole formi, it nmay bet aid,'oea inm w chf a therate ayes vote a ikein elepting menbprs of tie.,Council. ,Each pystem has. Itt.,advantages, hnd disadl vantages?? The' ward method'undoubt edly secures n'dir albolTte' attentiot' to' me ly 'localm inmkit , ;iad;' gefierally spe??aking, ?s caculadto prevent onie port(on ofthe town haying gniudu weiglit in itei counoiles, On,the, other ,handcthis, system' creates division?, by creating 'sei?iaite ~ aidlcoudl lite?elts, wlhi'h often take 'undued'promini'ce stdat rbf being suborned ,to tho generalweal Hof. the hlPvooyrpuuicaity;;d whorona...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.. i,, ,,i,Labor,.OmniVincit. , .,: TO "OORR8EPONDENT'. , Rejected communications cannot be. rieturned under any ,circumstances.elhatever.. No ngti~e can beo .t4"qn of ,aoionymoM cw. mnication. Eve try elett r ncut' be 'acco panied by the name anid address of the writer, not! necessarily for ,publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. ;I To.aVoidiconVenience ayc delay, to persona inttSrested wee hiave to requesE that at buesiness cbminunicatiois, including adiertisemeits; ordera'for the taper, aLd reittances, be a?cd dresie&b to. ,Iurr'H ~c & lsP ;aN;i d .not c toI ttt4EnDro, " . J' th ADVEaTXBBMENTS,, in a czsea, to be prpa, Letters and other comncdtions intendedfor insertion in the 'isiba' cotitna '"should be addi·ased to the'Editor: ,,, ..L • . . ?| ·. ·

Publication Title: Mercury
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THE CROWN OF COBURG. MONS. BRICOLIN says, in SANDS' [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

'TH CROWN OF COBVRG. MoNKs. BRIOOLIN says, in SIn uDS' 'i Miller of Anglbault," that "crowns arc'f 'more valti han' feeings," and the context of th? passage in which that expression occurs h?s reference ,to .a five shilling piece, rather than to a regal tiara;. but His Royal Highness PaINdE "ALREInD, DUKnE Or: EDin. nvnoal, and Knight of the Garter; his rebcttly ' aniiiiitted an ' nact, whlch atL,.ches ia' tally, dlfeicot crnst 'otlun, to the phrase, for,,Jn the opinjgn ofour, eallor Prince, a crown carries with it a 'flscal etandaid of £80,000, per ,annumli 'such' being the exact flgurd which' this' royal 'scion of lthe throne of England now asks from.tho E?irnno?nor' oG?GnF MA?z for rua nugation of hil Ihoerited tile. r,to Ithe Crown of,.Coburg. : And will England. +submit to thid mercenary; dealing'on the pi.rt'ofonie 'f' her' ?oyail' pd?sionersi 'ihd,by 'byiccid ?t,/is thQ'soni' oa Qudeen, and, by gdenelogical descent, ,th ereditteay ,uccessor of a, dignity formerlyheld byrthe b...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

?abli eompa eioe. COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRiLIA, LIMITED., COLLINGWOOD "BRANOH. The business of this branch is now con drioted in the new promises, 246 & 248 SMITH STREET. General Banking Business transacted in all its branches. Interest allowed on Deposits at the follow in rates: 'Tnaz, MONTS' .,., ... 8 per cent. . . SIx MouHs ... ... 4 TWELva Mowm?a ..,... 5 EDWIN TOWLE, Manager. , OLLINGWOOD POUDRETTE (Guano " .anid AMMONIA COMPANY (Limited Registered. Capital, Nominale7000. In 7000 shares of One pound. Payments 2s. 6d. on application, 6s. on allotment, and liable to calls of 2s. 6d. per month as may be required. Prospectuses, testinlonials, and rules may oe had at the office, over No. 1 Collins street east... This company is formed to carry out in thenabovo district the patented process of MoesrsHesse 'and Rummel, for disposing of and utilising animal excreta, as night. soil, die., for the towns of Collingwood and Fitzroy, under a 'contract with the local councils and a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

SMARIDE IN BLACK." :And other Poems, by-..NZswro GOOnlcbO,, h tnddoieihalf.morocco,, 12s. 6d., George ,Robertson, Melbourne; and all booksellers. TUST 'PUBLISHED. Cato' Major; or 'eJ' D Senectute, with 800 notes and `refeences' to Dr. Smith'e Smaller Latin Grabimar. Also, same literally translated'' foni the 'original,' by Ahwyll Watseo (of. Melbotrne "University) Fitzroy Private' cddoain, Moor Street. t S;RO ,ERTS' MAN A'L""',; rASHIONABLE DANCING ' ':.VADE MECtU,,, .. SO.A.X?-i., TcoN . Contaiaing a Review and Full de~rij~goi of' all the Modern Dances, wi iaiitep .." Sold by tho,authors,. 87 Co .-st. eeat; George Robertsoni, publisher; iarI all book and musc' elBlers... ,, . ... so3~ýou-.. M ; LE,,ApN ,S ...:,, VEETAB 'ND' LBVE8R' PI , g p. . . . , . HE Proprietor, since introducing these Pills to S'the public now several years since, has felt highly gratifld at their continued success in being the means of affording such immense relief to a cargo number of persons suffering from ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONVERSATION. (LEISURE HOUR). [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

. CONVERSATION. • r(rsu v. novJa).; ,.: .., 'REAL conversation ;nbetwee ;i two or, more:persons :consists in: discourse :of some continuity, - and the actual "dis;i c'ssion; of some object, 'whether, -inm: portant or, trivial. A oonsiderabld' number, of persons may, however, meet and remain 'in:company' for a long time without any esuch' development : of human speech. From one cause or another, no subject may have engaged the attention of the whole party,. or of any group or pair in it,' so as to give occasion for iits consideration in a' series,' more or: less .connected, of. remarks and rejoinders,. We have all frequently ..observed,, or. heard i others observe, 'in, describing the incidents of a dinner or evening party of this' dull and barren character, that. 'there Was no conversation,: although: there: maiy have been often, during :the' time that the. company;,Was assembled,: a perfect hubbub and oclatter, of voices, noise. enough, r in fact,' to"prevent. any one from being he...

Publication Title: Mercury
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ANIMAL LIFE IN THE POLAR REGIONS. (LAND AND WATER.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

ANIMAL LIFE IN.',THE POLAR S.. 'REGIONS THE 'Esquimaux are . inthe Jhabit .of, catching sharks both with nets, baited with &dt 'inenat, and .~Ithw, º'hook;cndl and line., Theyare iiinted'l 1r tho' ldtb of the oil which is oipressed ; om2tlih; i liver, pnd.:for a. aubstancg veny muojA lik9 spermaceti, which isobtaindd undlor pressure from their flosh, r Sit LoopqhI M'Clintook says the EsquimaxiaxMseort that' the shark is insbnsible to pfil,l, and' that Petersen, who wiis',hi 'intrprotLcr in the voyage of thoe o?o, relatoedhrow, he had plungeda .long. knifeo,into .thp head of one 'which. w +( feeding on a white whhle entbpgled 'in 'hlsent, but tl t;the biut' :continued its: ropst tiit ~itlstan ing. As Sir ~eopold reinarI, itemust be: remembered that the brain of a shark id extremely small comparied with the 'ioe'bf ltdi huge heod, and .ho says tbh'týihe himself has htd6n tbullets fired through them with ,very little apparent,;,effect, ,but . that if tlfc9q creatures cati feel,...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

GENERAL NOTICE. THE Mercury is published eve aturi M.L orning. Persons wishing tolve paper regularly delivered at their oi of business or residence will be charged per quarter, payable in advance; by post iI 6d. per quarter. The quarter commenceEon the fSr at. urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. The Editor will be obliged for inform ation-more especially relating to local S-,SALE vFOR :ADVEE TJINGG. BueinesseCardes,per.quarterrfrom--6s.rOdr Omlcial and Eloction Advertisements, each insertion, per-mnch: , :,. '2s. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and Land for-Sale or. to Let, 4rticles V, for Salo or* Exichange; Miscel. , Nipp i, Os : Notices ofBBrths, "Deaths, and Marriag l ;,t . 's, Od. :Toy AnDvxaTrsmanL-Noetice,a ,uithdrawj ae rtiscnmintas iusFi begiven in lriting.' ! THE ~ ' drrd r.. n be obtaidad froii '.iy' .' the following ents :-Shbsoription ls per quarter. - DuNN,49ACraBr, !1'4.ýead9, mith qt eet. AN11Co±,LNs", ,s "'t"i'??. Mr. PIIILPovT .; Johnston...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

Trateo 4dertineaoeste. CI3ICKET! CRICKET! CRIQKET i, SGO,TO WIIOLBALE ND RETAIL ' OY &, FANCY REPOSITORY, "218 Smith t.. Coll.in ot.o , or crickt bati, ptu .im, balls, toys, dolls, orkboxe, vt-iting.d'ek, 'concertinas, s' bagse, companions, gentldmen'b' ather bags,) travelg obags tetionoryj s,, combp, Inbrshwa1, hosiory,habqr i'rr, rin ;wool(; t d': fancyr goodys ery'diibeAýtioti. All binds of s6ol goods ade to order. 'Berlilwirool '4.'per dozen. Storekeepers and hawkers supplied. TILLETT o&,.;,: , I (Late qf Colingidood) . H$j 'TS:& & U GIUGLTS,, CA .rLTO. Isses ass the ddoo, every few minutes. p ' t;n -fiih'Bti det. ' Fare--threepence. : ýHENRYiJ .R?,, LEWIS,.,' 198.& 200, YOUNG ST., FITZROY, (Of Johnston street). L. is prepared to conduct funerals in'. wn andcountryat the lowest possible rates suitallclasses. Hearsesa,lourning Coaches, funeral requisites always on ths prem?se. THE TRADE SUPPLIED. F:. "Et. ?,'ýla.11 AMILY GROCER AND WINE &am...

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

ORAIPTER `YV. IT was a bright miooilight night, and cloudless; and Frank having .walked: quickly round the'stoekyard, ascertainz' ing that all was right there,:quietlfy unpicketing- his horse, led' it. softly' down the paddock, until at a siiffloienti distance to give no alarm by the noiSe' of hoofs-supposing his suspicions toe be well founded-and then, mounting, galloped' off to :the different c'amping; grounds. - For some time all was quiet and' apparently safe;m4?ji Frankboegan tb groti ashamedf 'hfis suspicions, and to deliberatie who?lier li should return;. when he remembered that it the ex tremity of the run, closo .by the;bushy swamp near which he had frist bntered upon his duties as stockman, a small mob of young cattle, headed by his first acquaintance, the refractory bull, were wont to feed. It was a tolerably secure spot, being hemmed in 'n two sides by beetling cliffs, and on the other by the marsh, ..which deepened to 'a river, through which the cattle would have no ind...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 9 October 1875

The. new Friendly Booieties,.Djepeneary at Emerald Hill, will be openedo, Monday next, 11th inst. ! I We have received from Mo?srs. Gordon & Gotch the Australasian "u.B.C." Gutiid for October, replete as usual with a con siderable amount of information.. We understand Mr. C. Baker of North Collingwood has been .elpoted .member to the forthcoming Churoh of England Assembly for the parish'of Footserdyy. If there is any truth in ,t'e tstenent. that there are, Roehabites' n oeston'riho' are emulating larrikinismr "t 'certainly behoves the members of the Order to inquire into the iatier"... . • The Chnroh of England: Assembly will commence its sittings at the. Town Hall, Melbourne on the 19th of this month. The sebsebi promises to be a very , iiport.' ant one.. t : ,:William Pago pleaded gu ly, to the niurder of Mary. Julia, Bighan at the Mount Gambler Circuit Court on Wedrfe' day last. His Honor the' Jiidgoe s"ased sentence of death, and heldout no hope of 'mroy to the prisoncr....

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATCHMAKING IN AMERICA. (ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

WATCHMAKING IN AMERICA. (ibLUsTRATED LONDON NEWS.) SoME twenty years ago a few practical Americans conceived theideathat greater; perfection might be secured in the manu facture of watches by the employment of steam and machinery instead of hband 'labour-while the cost of each watch would be reduced. The scheme was looked upon as chimerical, as automatic machinery was thought to be beyond the scope of invention. But the enter prise was begun, and the "American Waltham Watch Manufactory" of to. day is not only of the largest and most sticcessful, but most thoroughly repre-. sentative institutions of America. The various buildings are on the banks of the Charles River, in the State of Massachusetts. They have the appear ance of a little village. No expenes has been spared so as to render them cheerful and attractive. The houses for the workpeople and the superinten dents are about' 125. Inside the workroom the same care has been exhibited to provide for the health and comfort of the o...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INSTABILITY OF THE EARTH'S SURFACE. (SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

INSTABILITY.OF THE EARTH'S SURFACE. (scINiTIFI? AMERIOAN.) WE are so accustomed to consider the solid earth to be the type of perfect stability that it requires quite an effort of the mind to elevate itself to the thought that even the rocks, which appear to be the foundation on which everything else rests, are of an nn stable nature, subject to upheavals, depressions, and dislocations. Every observing mind that has seen bold mountain regions, railroad cuttings, or mining shafts must have been struck with the evidences of mighty disturb ances, although perhaps a book on geology never came under his eye. It is the study of these disturbances which has created this science, one of the most interesting in the whole field of human knowledge. It was formerly supposed that the only case of such changes was vol canic action, and that all the metamor phoses which have taken place were sudden and violent. The observations of volcanic action and of the changes which it rapidly produces in the...

Publication Title: Mercury
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THE INFLUENCE OF ARCTIC COLD ON MAN. (LONDON MEDICAL RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

THE INFLUENCE OF ARCTIC COLD ON MAN., (LONDON DEDICAL OzCOnD.) ';Lieutenant Payer, the Austrian Arctic explorer, has boon laying some of' the results'of his explorations before the Geo. graphical Sooiety at Vienna. Referring to the influence of extreme cold on the human orgaiilsin, he related that on March 14th, 1874, he, and his companions made a sledge journey over the Samiklar glacier, in order to make observations on Franois-Joseph Land. On that day the cold marked forty degrees (Reaumur) below zero. Notwith standing this intense cold, M. Payor and a Tyroleso wontI out before sunrise to make observations and sketch. The sunrise was magniflcont; the sun 'seoemed surrounded, as it does at a high degree of cold, by sm'all suns, and its light appeared more dazzling from the contrast with the extreme cold. The travellers were obliged to pour rum down their throats so as not to touch the edge of the metal cups, which would have boon as dangerous as if they had been red-hot; ,but, the ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

OLLA PODRIDA. Sir John O'Shannasay is to be invited to a public banquet at Maryborough on the 21st instant. On Sunday last the Rev. Philip Balliacho preached at the re-opening of the Baptist chapol at Warrnambool. The Congregational Union of Victoria have been holding their annual sittings at the Victoria Parade church during the past wook. A party of nine Chinese packers have boeen attacked at the Palmer road. The corporatloq of Adelaide have refused to lot the Town Hall to Fairolough for Sunday recitals. A deputation has waited upon the South Au tralita Government urging it to employ Ir. IJleasdalo to visit Spain and Porttgal to collect information rolatieo to the vine and olive, The Strathmorefrom London to Otago, has been at sea 170 days, and not yet hoard of. Fears are entertained for her safety. Gold was struck at Watson's claim at Inglowood on Thursday. A station has boon solcoted for the Now Zealand cable near the La Porouseo monoU mont at Botany Bay. Scarlet fever prevails ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COLLINGWOOD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 16 October 1875

COLLINGWOOD, FnuiDA, OCTOnBE 15. Before Messrs. Morgan (Mayor), Walker, J. Woods, W. Kidney, and Woodhoad. - W. J. Carne, Inspector of. Nuisances for" the Town of Collingwood, prosecuted a man named Blanchard for an assault alleged to have been committed on him while in the execution of his duty. The bench fined defendant 10s., with 26s, costs. Higgs v. Blahohard. - Assault case, arising out of serving a summons on the defendant:. Fined 5s., and.Ss..costs.... Constable Cotton charged Samuel Hooper with leaving his 'horse and dray unprotected on the Northoote road. Fined 5s;, and costs.. Thomas Cooke, for being asleep in his dray on the public road, was fined 5s., and costs. Rate Collector v. Michael MoLay. Claim for £2 7s. 8d. for rates. Order for the amount, and 5s. costs,. Same v. Thomas Fogarly.--Claim for £5 Os. 10d. Postponed for fourteen days. Same v. Edward 'Kinsella.-Claim for £11 18s. 4d. Order for the amount, and 5s. costs. Wilson v. Johnston.-Claim for £4 19s. 3d., for go...

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