Disoderly Conduct.

(By Telegraph) Melbourne, March 6-- Two of the defendants in the recent Premier Association trials, Patrick J. Murphy and Robert Murphy, with William Slavin, brother of the champion pugilist, were charged at the Caulfield Police Court to-day with being guilty of behaviour likely to provoke a breach of the peace on a recent evening on the Glenhuntly-road. All were under the influence of drink. The three men engaged in a scuffle, and the elder Murphy used bad language to his son. The charge against Robert Murphy and W. Slavin was altered to drunk and disorderly, and each was fined £2. Patrick Murphy was fined £10 or three months' imprisonment.

South Australian Register (Adelaide, South Australia), March 7, 1891.