NORTHERN SUPREME COURT.
(Townsville Star, August 16.)
Before His Honor Mr Acting-Justice Paul
Mr C. S. Norris, local Deputy Curator of Intestate Estates, petitions for power to administer the personal es- tates of the undermentioned persons. Or- ders to administer were granted as prayed.
Margaret Barber, late of Croydon, wid-
John Kenny, late of Rolingbrooke, near
Mackay, horse breaker.
William Cassian, late of Cairns, carpen- ter.
William C. Guun, late of Harveys Creek,
Theodore Boll, late of Cairns, laborer.
George Napier, late of Richmond, lab-
George Daley, late of Cairns, miner.
FrederickWilliam Jarvis, late of Wool-
William Hawley, late of Hughenden,
James Hamilton, late of Nelson, near Cairns, carpenter.
Michael Walsh Shanahan, late of Ta-
mata Station, Mamba River, New Guinea, Government Agent.
August Heinrich Boldt, late of Table-
land, near Cooktown, miner.
Robert Coates, late of Mount Romeo,
near Cooktown, tin miner.
Patrick Henry, late of Thornborough,
James Vigravas, late of Bowen, laborer.
Carl Oscar Freedolf, otherwise known,
as Alexander Davis, late of Norman- ton, seaman.
John Proctor, late of Bakerville, miner. Joseph Ramsden, late of Hampden, min-
er and bush carpenter.
John Black, late of Normanton, miner.
John Black, late of Hane Creek, near
Margaret Murtagh, late of Charters Towers, domestic servant.
Daniel Savage, late of Charters Towers, miner.
In the following cases administration in the lands and goods were granted to Mr
C. S. Norris, Local Deputy Curator in In- testacy:-
James Scott, late of Georgetown, miner.