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._/ authorities rather than :uittec. Lord Bifry mid It was i&t_
,evWcn of the MuWny A6& 16 ____ ^_.
s hot thia cmiroe would mot bo taken nntH after
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.
In the House of Lord* on Friday the Dnke of Rich-
p^pMeentedaBIUfw^amendinentoftheSooteh
Education Act, and explained thatita chief object was
.'ther Hoc* of I-srliament^and ezpreesed an opinion that th# Government should have OoneultW the mill.
.v- -. Par^mjmWr Com.
thTMutiny A<3 for thia yew haTb^^d.^
SSiSSESjSr^H
mm
,rivate PWty et eea as most injurious to the nirrcste of tkm wd moat unsound In prin.
•hile we had left to Russia all the power which aho rM^sed before of attacking this country. Mr. (baa* Puff b$liOTgd.th«t,tfae exjmption-of pnrate property
THE aOtJTHAMJ'TON OBSEHVER AMD WINCHESTER JSEVfS-SATUliUAY MARCH ,1
cnassailahls ndktign._ZThnKAtl tpon the Declaration of Pari, aa wissi and politic, and jointed out that it had been adopted mainly in the ih-lerrd* of nwtrals, and that this country would be
(hit there were cages in whwh the capture of private iroperty at eca might operate Injurioualy to thia
tecomaniM tha withdnml of tho motion, tho think there warn any dancer of thia country 1 1 ^ *»** ^ ^ q«4ion might, therefore, he allowed to real where it mtood for Urn kMh* debate Sir J. Ixibbock agerrd to withdraw the motlom, but he was not allowed Is do so, and it warn negatived without a division. '
Sahbu*: wpiymg t6 Wd Lad hewd with nyret that Mr. OKpbant, ^aetarv to Sr balar Jung, had been.removed by the Indian UoTMnnent,' who were of opinion thar he could not rrmain in the poeition he had occupied without serious injury toUm nukhc int^resL Th& decision had been wnhrmed hw Majeety'g Gpyemment, but it would b* be condhetive to the publfc service to s&ite the ads upon which A warn aniWd at, fnriber than ^ poliUcnl, and did not affect Mr.
Oliphants priMto diameter. In angwer to Lord Smlelcy, Ixnd Elphhatooe e^Maaed regret at having * confirm the moumful Intelligence of the loem on the ;revioug day of her Majesty's ahip Eurydlce, with all Lands except two, an able aeaman and a boy, who had k*n picked up and saved. Lord GronviUe having uked whether the Government intended to carry out Se works recommended for the improvement of bover Urbour, Urn Duke of Cambridge, who .waa glad that e noble Earl had called attention to the suMact,
.anted out that in caaa of war it might be very in'
nvenient to have Portsmouth harbour almoat en-
rpwee aa it waa at preaant. Lord Ilcaconsgsld antted the importance of tho subject, and the weight aching to the argumenta of the Warden of the que Port* and of the Commander-in-Chief; but -tough the caae of the harbour at Dover would not n eight of, there were othera also that requirod ' ukratmu, and taking into account the large coat of f, achcme fof the completion of the worka at Dover,
h waa aatnnated at f 1,100,000, the atcp auggeatai I Ard Granville waa not one that could be taken in
U, l.raecnt condition e( the public flnanoea. .. ,.....
tho Houso of Commons, Jlr. Sullivan having other axsputca. iBl-red- whether the Chief Becntarv for Iwland a. : prqd*f#;nny!tnpy of an addpeaa reported td been dehvered on the 18th inat. to the Grand JUT W Derry by Mr. Juatice Keogh, in which thd Iru ed Judge waa repreeented to have indulged in *ii : g b*ma denuueiatnry of the recent celebration d "U %tnck'a.dw in that city, Mr. Lowther ' a letter from Mr. Joatlce Keogh containing hie m of what he had aaid on the occaaion referred W. md denying that ho had uaud the language bed to him. OnMf. Lowtharmauminghiaaeat,
)l, suuivan roee, and, moving the adjournment of th, louee to put himaelf in onler, declared that the M;.,nation waa irrecencileabla with the worda Mr:
^ Kaogh had mttaeed on the henoh, and .waa an "y * of pe tfuth. Sir H. Peel oheerred that ha h»: i teivad a letter from Mr. Juatico Keogh intima-|»< 'iia readheaa to meet any charge which might I* % ,jo yainat him; and If f he hon. member brought we before Parliament he (Sir R. Peel) would bo &, ».** conduct of tho lemmed judge.
• I» Sullivan then withdrew his motion for adjourn-and the matter dropped. Mr. Courtney aaked i or the Rufisinn OneArniHAnt v»n/I __i convicuor
^r.l« .nd U>. other territories wl.ich h.v. beet, or
pKBi
that the Government had purchased four one hundred
could nrrj ono i( it v-c™ mjfo. T» Hou» r»-nimcj Oommittco on tho Milit.rj- MoUnv Bill, ,nd
imEACH OP PROM1BE OP MA2EIAGE.

und where ho h.d £160«Teor, villi tho proqttt of > pwtnerahip, and hw mcome had incroaaed to upwarda ^ K The wedding had been 8%ed, the areeaae pnrehaaed, and the echool, at^h»a#queat of the defendaat, given un, add then the defaod^ttmke off ^ MgegemonL It would aeemf that the defendant had aA hie affectiona on Mi,a Colebrook, and Ihey wero oply waiting for the reeult pf thia eaam, when the mamago would taka placet Tho plaintiff wa, oalled, and atatedihe loaaee abk had anatained in e%. pocting to be married to the defendant. In Mav aho
that nntd October he did not know of tho attachment *6 hk daughter. The defendant waa not hla partner, and hie mcom, wu about 4210 a year. Mr. Smith for the defendant, told tha jwy that if vindictive
damagee were given they could not be paid. The jury
Mtired for nearhr an hour, and could not ag*c. and aaked whether the verdict of the majority wlbld be % j , j ' Grantham conaented, but Mr. Smith, for the defendant, declxnod. After two hour: and, half
DAMAGES FOR MALICIOUS ARREST.

proved that there---- '
30. 1S78.
FOETOITE TELLING,
I*wia Tantiborno, an elderly man, haa been brought up on a warrant before Mr. Lnahington, at the Thkmee Pohee-court, charged with obtaining money bj falae ge&^byWHnefmtunaa. Sarah Finch, of 26, WalbM-obmL Wlltachapal, aaid that on the 20th mat. she called at the priaoner'a house, and Waa nahered into the parlour. She requeided him td tell her fwtune, and he produced three pack, of chrda, and mhnmed them. He told her ohe would We
himM.. and left: In .ni.n- to Mr. May, .p-
that plaintiff intended IS liare Iho eoi]
for i
-^eqme foe f 1,700 ereditora. To obtain hia
■PBS
The fnaith animal general meeting haa been held at the Hnckingham Palace Hotel, under the preeideniy of Mr. John RoMneon (Sharp, Stenart, and Co.), Mancheitqr. Many InHnentlal membcra were preaent from diSerent parte of the counky. The report of the eaccative committee recapitulated the important services rendered in watching logialati— —-------
SIJfGDLAR "DEATH.

1°' t hvo. his dutv u-r.i '1 ■ -•
return od.
Emily Lee, 37, a gipey, waa charged before Mr. Bflguy, at the Woolwich 1'olico-court, on Tuesday, with fraudulently obtaining money by telllag fbrtnnee. Detective Cogger aaid that ho had reaeoAlo call at a houae in Marty/a-paaaage, and aaw the prisoner there
ELTS- hCU^r.
my daw, k, * **H, dark gonUaman.C She aho aaid, ' You will not remain lone where vo
CASHIKG A CHEQUE FOB A FRIEND.
At the Surrey Seaesona, boforo Mr. Hardman (chair-man), Robert Mteer, 50, haa been tried on a charge of obtaining, on the 18th February last, the sum of f3 10a. from the proeecutor, Timothy Dunn, landlord of the Crlckctera' Arma, Newlngton Hutta, by falae pktoncce. The money waa obtained on the faith of the reproaenlatjon that the pcraona who purported to be tha dmwora of a cheque which we prcacntcd by tho defendant to the prosecutor over the bar had bought ecmo gooda of him and were aa aafo aa the llank of. England, the fact being that the cheque waa a forgery, and that no one of the name of the anp-noacd drawera had ever had an account with the bank, fhe defence waa thit the defendant made norepreaen-taUon aboat the dmwera, whom he did not profcaa to linqw, and that he caahcd thb cheque for a fnend, who had endoraod It, and that he endoraed it himaelf at the roqueat of tho proeecutor. aud honeatly believed that the cheque waa good and represented aaeeta.
,l r... _________ —.v« Tho jury found tho defendant guilty, and a previous
the Ruaalan Govemnient had communicated kr forgery being proved, he waa aunkmctd
' the aignatory Powcra of the Treaty of Paria ** exrvltude..
id.v,dually the Treaty of San Stefano; whether it I ----- _■
wmm
rS ^ ' the Trcntv of Pnn» unit thnt K. i »;»•
will not remain long where you are, and your proapecta are very bright." Mho then teld the fortune of aiMAher young woman, and promiaed her that aha Aould be married to a tall, handsome military man. Witneea opened the door, and aaw one of the girla
_ _ . ---. -----PMlhepnMuer 3d.; and he tkn told tha poaoner
aa to prevent miechief and injuatioe to the capital and I M ahould take her into cuat&ly for pretending to Induatry of the kingdom. Aepropoealenowimme. I kll fortunoa. She replied, "Xonaenae; yon don't diatHy under consideration were the Factory and. *:*="" took her to the elation.
\\orkabope Bill and the Employ**" Llabilitv fori Lhaabeth loungmid ahe waa having her bmakbat Injunce BiB. Varioua apealwra at tha meeting poaoner came to the houae and odared to
strongly urged the necessity of employ era uniting for f®*1 Ver (,,rtuno for 3(1- Accordingly, she and othera stnclly dafenaive pnrpwaea, end fhmlahcd fnetancw of ! '= the houee had their fortunea told, ahdpaid
the injury done to Bntlah Commerce by ^theTinreaaou- | ^"2 ,= Hkve you ever had vour ablo and vexatious restrictions imposed by various i 'ortune fold before ? witness: Yea; ahe told me my tradce uniona, aud by the lack of technical training. montha ago. Mr. Balguy : Did aho tall
It waa stated that on a moderate estimate Parliamen- ^'ou tho iainu t'lon n* now ? Witness: Yea, but it haa tary legiaktion for tho laat 10 year* on varioua tiude cwae true yet. Mr. Balguy: The bright proepecta mattora had greatly added to the coet of production— time appearing. Are you the youuf lady
in the case of textile trades to an extent of at least 5 w"° was marry the military gentleman f The wit-per cAL, irreepectlve of the enonnoua loee by atrike °—^"ghed, end did not anawcr. Mr. Balguy: Did
the pnayier examine your hand In the nauaf way!
itne*: Yee. Prieoner: Ton know vou gave me the 3d., dear, and then I told your foMnne for no. Unng. WItncea: I paid you the 3d. afforwarda. Mr. Balguy: What doee ahe aell beeidee fort una ? Wit-ueaa: Clothoepega. Three other young woamn gave mmilar evidence, and the priaoner pLadud guiJtr: Mr. Balguy aaid auch peraona ea priaoner waro a gn-at nmeance, defrauding poor people of their money and* putting noneenae into their heada; but luckily ahe had notdeeced them toany great extent, or he abonld have viaitcd her with a heavy punlebmknt. She would be committed to hard labour for one month.
mhotiafbriuuet Qhe«WhiJu%%^
w* - w%^i^ ^ eaid,."! tdl fortune." AfmgWodockabeweotlotha prieoner"ahouwf.bu*
and after the usual shuffling be requested hfcr daughter
4 ^ W,AL»,whan he aaid, "Go on, that will do, m and they both quitted the MbAe. ^meaMarmottfdetectwa H*^aid that hcapprtbendod AepMsoo*, mnd el^ged km with obtaining n*en#y
victed at thia court for a similar offence, and nam*.
is ^ M*U'- Mr I^isMnkton
aentencai the prisoner to thtee months* hard labour.
REMOVAL OF THE DEAD.J2* 6T, .LUKE'S. -P1? tho 22nd nut,, and .pa .the previous two 3nvs, owwdyaWe excitement exWed In Whitncroea-idT^t, SL Lukn e and the snumediata neighbourhood, in con-eequenceof the wildeet nunonm being spread of dcae' matmn «d the dead wln^ waniaid to be ih*o***o of
™ lno»n as Old WhitotroM-.treof hlirial-ground,
have nuceaaanly b6en met with by the labourers, who
the removal of them ,and their oontenta fmm their old xeaUnc.placea to vaalta eroded cloee by, and deep down in tha earth, for their reception. A vWtob thr^ above date showed that the process waa to paaa fdpea wund the enmne and hoist them ap, and then to W,
them into the concrete vaulta. A constable tea duty on the endoaed pmmiaea, and It nkay allay .public irntation if it la known that everything beW*mo i# omdemlood to be Ty permlsaion of the Authbritlw, under proper eurvpnianco, and Uiat therefore there I, no cause for alarm. 0% a nqcoaaiiy,^uch work aa re-moruig the dimil, however properly conducted, must hare revelling featurea.
HM
—BB
WIT ASD HUMOUK.
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situation! altogelher. It eminsut English
for tnataacs. tt might be . ______
its most inuresiin* p»rt oonoe»U«rs speak -of would permit that the po«itlon of the treea bechsnsed, or their branches directed another waj ; or the/ aught be thinned or cut out so as to admit a view of the part we wish to preserve. Much of this mav be done without in.the le«»t alitrjnic tha character of the Subject. We give this mttiply to supply an Instance
where the caste and judgexercised. Hjriie arttsts »
trees and bulldln|(s to oth
was the freqeeut practise of — ------
landscape painter to take great liherWee with his subjects 10 this respect. H« would remove a large group of tree*
wholesale intsrfertnee irhh the true portraiture of the
past of the work. It is only thfy who know well what tbey art about who can venture to such an extent u we
ha^J=M_meano»ed.-^roe,- gbssaffs; As# f spa6:r #####%
aante
(From PuneA.)
A BlcoMW laufcnox.—Tim: D've think, sorr, thme's anny chanuca av a war with the Rooehianef —Sqmrcen: Well, things looked queer a littio while i ask ?—Tim: Shu re, sorr.
and if the country
" distance from the old one but
Informs us,
lh.it the maps accompanying it would be delivered the nwrning. With regard to Urn other two qucetione: '»• h [K-d that the hon. member and the Houee would una. i e thed" the eubject of

t tliInk it would be erpedient to answer them. Mr. *cben having Inquired whether the Firet Lord of ? Admiralty could give any Information beyond that
Ki.-v.-j ._ ----------------.1.1 ,__:i.i_
Massacrb or FtomvEs mow Kaennanf*.—Advicee which have been received from Central Aria state that 30,000 Mussulman refugees have arrived atKulja from haahgana, and are being fed by the Russian frontier authorities, beveral thousand fugitives were mas-aacred on their road to tlia frontier, the Chinese cantlry punuing them aa far as the Russian boundary, and being checked there by the Ccasack patrols. Twenty thousand of the refugee* have been sent to Fwt Vemom, where thev will}* granted knd by the military aathontiee. fhe Chincee have occupied
Khokun.
1'iblimhed In the newspapers reqwicting the terrible
.!'ad ,huI'{>; "ed 10 her Majeaty'e ship { Dasraccnvm Finn
""....... Kipp'l farm, near Gluegow, tonnnto.l by ,\Tr. John
Dykes, has been destroyed by fire, and nearly thirty
'■urydice, 21 r. Smith Mid he was sorry that : add much to the information already in possession : the country. The adjturiied debate on the special ' l*t of th# PuWm P^iUone Committeo, relating to
: petitiona ayiwtlhe Irish Sunday Ckelng Bill, to
»:.uh foiled sijenatures biyl been attached, waa re-"I by Sir WL Lnwson, aud after a short discus. i 'it the report was referred back to the Committee, »ith instructions to inquire further into the matter, j he nest order wag for going Into Committee on the -lutiiiy llilL The dircussion was carried to a late
In the House of lards on Tuesday, Lord Dpla_____
\v'"» eeked whether the Government could give any '.'""Mllouaa to tho canoe of the km of the Eury. t 'A l>'1'nB'ono utated that nothing fresh had
Farm.—Tho steading of
'• proposed an ^creased popul
mproved meanaof uom«nmi«,i^. * m*..


*ell and thoroughly diachar,
tm
cattle were burned to death. As there wag no water ncar.whare it originated, the Bra epeedily made head-way. *rom the etrawhouse it gprcad to the bam ad. joining, and aU tho farm implamautg were deetroyod. 1 he stables, in which wero six valuable horses, was
nwt cmyhL Fkye of the animals were got out, but a«ne ally, valued at flM, was burned to a cinder. Iheelnppon waealeooooaina blase, and 28 cattle, including a bnU, were destroyed. Tho blaring infterl fell upon the cattle, and the scene was hwrible to witnem, whilst the ericg of the lorturcd ani"..!. were pitiful to hear.
-7?" Ummk—Mr. Joseph Arch pro.
mded ou Urn Mad tnsL over the annual meeting of the booth fcesex district of the Labourers' Union. It was stated that tho district had improved both in numbers and finances during the year, and now con-glgUofjBbranchea. Areeolotloninfavouroftha assimilation of the county with the borough franchise coupled with a redistribution of scats, was passed. Mr. Arch, in supporting- thlg reeolution, mentioned
the farmers could afford to pay their labourers 41 per week.. Am to war, he declared that it wss the aristocracy who cried out lor it, that their eons might be " pensjooed on the bkwd and sinew of the people." .
Fnunto Puoeaounon.—At the Newbury Petty Smiedtihe newly formed te jHng association for the district'have prosecuted three men for attempting to
ROBBERY OF VALUABLE PROOF-SHEETS.
John Henderson Monro, who is in custody in Edinburgh charged with stealing proof-the*ts from the promisee of Messrs. Neil! and Co., printers, where ho was employed ea machineman, wag a»jln before the Polloe-coort on Saturday laet, when Mr. Sheriff Hamilton, *ho presided, said he had received some information about the case, and thought thu proper course waa to remit it to a higher court 1& would appear that shortly after the publication of tho " Encyclopedia Uritnnnica " was commenced in this coumUy, the Brat volume wae reproduced (without the publishers' knowledge or consent) by an American Arm, named Stoddart and Co., of Philadelphia, who have Issued the subsequent volumes ag regulariyas they wore published here. The interval between tho appearance of tho American edition and that of the English one having bccome eurprisingly shori, considering the size and varied diameter of the yEimyokymdia" volume, Meesrs. Black Instituted inquiries in America, and from thenoe wore reliably informed that early sheets of the work found their way directly from the printing-office in Edinburgh to that country. This intelligence was communicated to Meesrs Noill, tho printers, who then recollected that, curiously enough, shortly after the " Eocyclopgsdia " nmcncod here, Monro, the man now in custody,
under suspicion, and last week, having been observed taking sheets, he was arreeted, and the sheets found In his pocket.
SpmctAi. Hoasm Snow ar Gr%LnFonn.-JThe Agrii cultural Society of West Surrey have offered two prizes of 10 guineas and five guineas to the exhibitors of the two beet cart stallions travelling the county of Surrey, at a epedal show of entire horeee to be hdd at Guildford Market on Aprif 101ft naxL The entries will close the previous day.
Ciiahob Of EmbezzlumEXT.—Frederick Terry, a dark in the employ of the slsctro-platers, Messrs. Elkington and Co., has been committed to the seemoue on a charge of stealing the property of his masters, fhe prisoner received a salary of £600 a year, and the evidence showed previous irregularities on bis part which had been brought under the notice of the Arm, but had been overlooked.
Look at tb* Scnky Sing.—Wo do not please CJod
a day of sunshine. A funeral march ia not ao much like the mugioofangalauethaeoogbf WrdaonnMay
. ..
msnggg
* PAWNBROKERS' RIGHTS.
Mr. Flowem has given Ms dedgfon on Ihefmpntiant
consolidate pledges, dud to hold one as security for another, although relating to a different tranaaAiwn. His worship said—Tho defendant lent on three oi-ca-mnna, ou three mmarate pledges, s^ns above f 10, and therefore not wiUun the ecope of the Pawnbrokers' Ad. By subsequent payments, one of those loans wgg reduced to £5, and a special contract for that amount was entered into, though, the value of the pledge re-mained tha same. It is now contended that the pawnee may iwist that this £6 aecuMty shall not be redeemed alono, but be consolidated with the others, like mort-gsgea. Now a mortgage ig an absolute convince, the property bdhg Subjett to a reconveyance; on the other hand, a pawn la duly a chattel depwlted with the pawnee till the sum lent be repaid. 1% tag*, the partleg might ha*4 ccnkndcd Ihemgelfts out of tho Act, but dW hot, while the special contract Iteelf says, " Hug nledge may be redeemed by tho pawner any Uma bebre tbej&y of gale." If these pledges had been sold, then. Under the spocial contract, " the deficit in one pledge might have been set off against ths surplus in another.'' I thiak the case of Hasel-forth is not in point. There the mortgagee of a poller waa allowed to retain a balance after sale. I regard this transaction as one between a pawner and a pawn-broker as such, and the Pawnbrokers' Act dwu not contemplate any pf the "equlgcsy. snggekted bf the defendants advocate. The cage of "Norclilfe" la in point to ghow that thlg ^6 pledge ig a complsta and acparato transaction, and the monqr lent wiUi ita in-termt, having been tendered bofbge the time for ro-payment had elapsed, I think tho complainant's right to redeem was complete. My decision, , therefore, muBtbe against the defendant, Mr. Attenboroogh. Mr. Turner, un behalf of the complainants (trustees of the lack Hospital) applied for costs. Mr. Flowers mid the proceedings had been taken avowedly In a friendly spirit to test the question atHsihd, and the defendant kad actcd very fairly in the matter. He should therefore decline to make any order
"ji mltUtj „>ui of brick, and moke, ud iblpplnc. .Dlity and dusky, but as wide as eje Could reach, with ham and there a sail.Just skipping
In sight, than lost amidst the forestry Of masts i a wilderness of steeples peeping On tip-toe through their sea-coal canopy 1 A huge dim cupola, like a foolscap crown On a fool's head-snd there Is London town."
ago, Tim. Why do yot 1* ll soon have to be sslnn'___
U*F t0,n"' ^aCOD ^ r0"® ' ________-_____ . . a^.
Jin. Bclx'j Inu Partxeh.—J. ~B.\ (to llln
Hallas, before the Conference "Reception"): Msvf
havs—Ut^-ah—pkmsure of taking you Inf—(nieg-tallv)—there a nobody else !
Humours or tub Schooi •hdp^ms first, mm .........
ehedd you be hdpwf grot, Gerald ?-Becaose I n waitajK ee patiently, and haven't asked!
Tm "(kneo^arangsg" ScnooL.—Art l"dnm: n ^ " digefplso; the-the-
Lcatacy in silk and muslin."
A* Orrrcat DmLcnox—Tmfeller: Hi! Guard!
eye. Sir?
Bbao to a Goosk.—Mr. Gander.
F«o» ran Bct SW-When a man on -Chang.
i, probably, •
on the morality, or immpialily, qf." the great city"— Here are pure wiv-is, safe lives j . a reverie which was
cams to tbs practice of the hlghwaymsn; hut a soms-what ludicrous attempt at Its revival «as mad* In the year 1877, and m this very ndghbourbood, with some ' ba* ^e young rumans havlmt bssn brought to justice, it is to be hoped that henceforth the midnight wayfarer may proceed ou his way over Black heath or -jkoow s Billjusecunty.—from OwsdTs "Wde#dA'ew
msmsi
then kept in
SUPPOSED SUICIDE THROUGH RETTING.
On Uie 2lst |nst. a hst and a coat were found by -
pomible, new remwnber me any more.—From your body was found in it.
, extkaordisarv tk,U)e outkaoe.
Indicted for throwing atain.t tin homo of Robert
Umo ago h». and his partner wero operatives and members of the Bnokmakurs' Union, and shortly after commencing business they introduced steam and other implements, fhis gave oSence' to the operatives, and
mm
i novels and
hioh sprung hem them ^ ■
but ho? many people have com ■
boogling, he la said to have " Gortachakoffsd" himlA _ (From Fun.) J
To Hat* axd to Ketp.—Landlady: I'm sure I
| hope you're comfortable. Sir! I do so dislike chang-^
Tc Pazaaavg Bcrrau.—Keep the key of your stow
A meeting of the committee of the llduse of Ixmh has bteu hsld. " to Inquire Into the cuuau „f the iu-
(FtmnAmvfW*,.)
TxruiuoRT PATuionsu.-Pat's Friend: So yon mean to ssll the old horse after all. Pat*—Pat: Well }esee, wan owes a dooty to wan's counthry; ami aa
" Anamr's Daconnn."—&,^Ambla.
Tmusticu f—By making it g*wa/.
& havhg times since the Eliza-
bed&an fashion in neck gear has been Introduced.
partly at the other.
, ^ ^ " klg baR^lrem
, w^***"**o*"aaBr*Ui*A iwnauputkrtongueonagatiroulogcelf Itwas
hoL She found out, and hag boen go quiet eince thaf her hnsband hag stayed at home almost every night. A man in N'tiw \ nrlr K,


at .OwwUna. -Miila, sued Joseph
mittsd in what Js-knowa as tfcefiackStHem

was simply todett i the practice of poaching, fo object tbs association had been formed. Ths magistrates convicted ths dsfsndants, who were required to Bay 41 la., inriadiag costs.
fayonriu child. fii
Smarter.
eoobnd plaeej
quisito pipee introduced into
Momlay morning


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The labourom employed at gomemhHng works am debating ths qWmn as to whether when tho whistle
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as ho ktd a ma^hooter on the tablo before him.—Thmn wasn t one.
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