Loene and Cuelino. —The Marquis of Lorne has uqited at Rideau Hall all the old Scptch with the Canadian gaipes. He gets up curling gpme? whenever he ha? the chance, apd surprise? people by the way he handles a broom. Tpp Heathen Chinee. —The Caucasian has not a monoply of hard swearing- At the last sitting of the Resident Magistrate’s Court a disciple of Confucius, Ah Bing by name, solemnly stated that he had never been in a certain house, although he had heard four of his countrymen previously make oath that they had seen him there. Mr. Macdonald was clearly of opinion that, according to the law of evidence in English courts he had no alternative but to give judjment against Mr. All Bing.— AwMand Herald,
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