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-_._- ----TEATH OF THE BISHOP…

IRISH PROJECTS IX PARLIAMENT.

RUSSIA'S BLACK SEA FLEET.

STRUGGLE WITH A BURGLAR.

DEATH OF A CRIMEAN HEROINE.

- LT ON A SALVATIOX SOLD'ER.

AGITATION AGAINST STEAM TPAWT'ING

CONTEMPT OF COURT.t

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CONTEMPT OF COURT. t In the City of London Court Messrs. BurreIJ and Glass, provision merchants, sued Edwpr J E, uck, who had been in their service, to recover in d -ma -es by ¡ way of penalty for leaving their employment" wjtb. out notice. The an.iwer to the claim was that the de.endant was only engaged for piece-work, o-.d that at the time he was absent from duty he was suit-nr." fri m illness and had so informed the plaint:Its iiv i letter. Mr. Thomas Glass, the manaziog partner of the plaintiff's firm, was called to provo that the fei.daut told lam that he was working elsewhe e at i the time he alleged that he was indisposed. Mri C'om < nnssioner Kerr held that as the agreement was ,T, verbal and for piecework no notice was therefore found for the defendant. Mr. G' i' o }"(»ur honour to hear me before vcm » a Commissioner I won't hear aây o0 dfC^C" A,lt Mr. Glass You won't ? W'J ,of thiS, cas,0-. position as a judge of tb& r' r.V00 ) Take care what yon s»" -'ty. ihe Coniirnssioner what I mean. judge. I he O â¢t improve your P-s.non a that remark mnussionei- L nlfss_ you withdraw Glass' Tb 1 shall impose a tine of upon yi.u..Mr. jfiy .eu I shall be very yiad to pay. It will relieve ^science and won't enlarge you. The Comnus-1 ,i.er I convict y.>u of having insulted th«' court j and tine you £ '5. Mr. G«a«s: I don't object. ti.| that but I do object to being boxed up in thj « way. II n pay in iris I submit to you withdeferer.ee. You wil i. object to my cheque, I suppose? The Coinmts- t, v You had better go, sir. Mr. Glass then left i ti. court. ii, court.

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