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|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Herald (Fremantle, WA : 1867 - 1886), Saturday 13 March 1880 page Family Notices||2013-05-12 13:23||ADAMS--On the 5th March inst., at Fre
of 'William and Elizabeth Adams, aged 30
|ADAMS--On the 5th March inst., at Fre-
of William and Elizabeth Adams, aged 30
|Advertising (Advertising), Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser (Vic. : 1842 - 1876), Wednesday 31 July 1861 page Advertising||2013-04-24 18:49||DISTRICT OF NOIIMANBY.
yvirtue of a Writ, issued under the
Seal of the Colony of Victoria, nud
Signature of his Excellency Sir Helnry
Darkly, K.C.BI., Captain-General and Gover
instant, and. received by me this day: 1
hercby give notice, that 1 shall on- Monday,
the Twenty-ninth clday of July instant, at
noon, at the Court-llouse, Branxholace, in
the above District, proceed to an lE lection of
event of the said election beinll contested,
the Poll will be taken at--Snutl Hlamilton,
Branxholme, IIeywood, the Forest inn, on
the confines of Portland, and l)ighy, on the
10th day of Atygust next, conmCencing at
sixth day of Alugust next.
(liven under mly hand, at Portland, this
the 22nd day of July, 1861i.
|DISTRICT OF NORMANBY.
By virtue of a Writ, issued under the
Seal of the Colony of Victoria, and
Signature of his Excellency Sir Henry
Barkly, K.C.B., Captain-General and Gover-
instant, and received by me this day: I
hereby give notice, that I shall on Monday,
the Twenty-ninth day of July instant, at
noon, at the Court-House, Branxhome, in
the above District, proceed to an Election of
event of the said election being contested,
the Poll will be taken at - South Hamilton,
Branxholme, Heywood, the Forest Inn, on
the confines of Portland, and Digby, on the
10th day of August next, commencing at
sixth day of August next.
Given under my hand, at Portland, this
the 22nd day of July, 1861.
|Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 16 July 1861 page Advertising||2013-04-24 14:31||a_¡_.-_KnANGING8 WAREHOUSE.-LA_G_._
it STOCK ia Vl-itorla, every stylo of pattern,lowest
riiccs Orah.m, 104 Bourke-streot, <
K_QIS'ïta GJtA.ES, with marble'mantelpiece«,
Littli- Col .na and RUBBOII streets.
STOCK in Victoria, every style of pattern,lowest
prices. Graham, 104 Bourke-street.
REGISTER GRATES, with marble mantelpieces,
Little- Collins and Russell streets.
|Advertising (Advertising), Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser (Vic. : 1842 - 1876), Friday 9 November 1860 page Advertising||2013-04-24 14:27||RIEDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF
JOlIN HUXLEY begs to intimate to the
rounditng district, that lie has
One Iialfpeiuny per lb., viz.:-l'riime Joints,
4.3d. per lb. ; Ordinary Joints, 3.id. per lb.;
.1. 11. hopes to lie able to make a further
inhabitants of Portland and the sur
REDIJCEII) TilHE PRICE OF
Quarter of Deef, 27s. per 100 lbs., for cash.
reductiom in a very short time.
J. II UXLEY,
|REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF
JOHN HUXLEY begs to intimate to the
rounditng district, that he has
One halfpenny per lb., viz.:-Prime Joints,
4½d. per lb. ; Ordinary Joints, 3.½d. per lb.;
J.H. hopes to be able to make a further
inhabitants of Portland and the sur-
REDUCED THE PRICE OF
Quarter of Beef, 27s. per 100 lbs., for cash.
reduction in a very short time.
|Table Talk. (Article), Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser (Vic. : 1842 - 1876), Friday 7 December 1860 page Article||2013-04-24 14:24||CONTIMPLATEID 'aOWN IJPitpOVEM INT.
S-=Nutwithstanding the dullness of the
s times, improvements in this town now and
f again still go oil. Mr. Huxley intends
pulling down that shop in Gawler.street.
lately occupied by Mir. Holmes, as a
f baker's shop, and building on its site a
f stone two storey, shop and dwelliui-hiouse.
|CONTEMPLATED TOWN IMPROVEMENT.
Notwithstanding the dullness of the
times, improvements in this town now and
again still go on. Mr. Huxley intends
pulling down that shop in Gawler - street
lately occupied by Mr. Holmes, as a
baker's shop, and building on its site a
stone two storey, shop and dwelling-house.
|Advertising (Advertising), Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser (Vic. : 1842 - 1876), Friday 10 February 1860 page Advertising||2013-04-24 14:11||SALE. OF STOCK AT THE:
IOn Monday, the 20th February, 1860.
Tgs HREAD OF SUPERIOR IHoasEs,
|SALE OF STOCK AT THE:
On Monday, the 20th February, 1860.
Ten HEAD OF SUPERIOR HORSES,
|Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 17 February 1877 page Advertising||2013-04-21 16:15||SOU1H YARRA. Walbh Blreot, to LET, HOUSE,
flvo rooma ai d kitchen, bath and aorv ant s room
At present occuplod by Mr South, vacant In Bomo
I lirio or four weeks timo Thomas Tysou, 47 Ellzaboth
|SOUTH YARRA. Walsh Street, to LET, HOUSE,
five rooms and a kitchen, bath and servant's room
At present occupied by Mr South, vacant In some
three or four weeks time. Thomas Tyson, 47 Elizabeth
|GISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 21ST DECEMBER. (Article), The Bacchus Marsh Express (Vic. : 1866 - 1918), Saturday 26 December 1874 page Article||2013-04-21 16:05||From the Socretary for Lands, apprising the
Council thnt William South, having applied for a
through his selection, that the case was sot down
said he learned that the Departmont decided not
|From the Secretary for Lands, apprising the
Council that William South, having applied for a
through his selection, that the case was set down
said he learned that the Department decided not
|COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, 16TH JUNE. (Before J. C. Thomson, Esq., P.M.; W. Robertson Esq., J.P.; G. L. Woodworth, Esq., J.P.; and J. Hill, Esq., J.P.) (Article), The Bacchus Marsh Express (Vic. : 1866 - 1918), Saturday 19 June 1875 page Article||2013-04-21 16:03||William South v. Thomas -Buriett .Damages
for assault- J.5.
The plaintiff's only witness in this anid. a
sinilai case against another of his-ineighlibous
Ross Witt and Thomnats Watt v. The Presideuit,
Councillors; ratepayers Shire :of:. Gisborne.
|William South v. Thomas -Burnett .Damages
for assault- £5.
The plaintiff's only witness in this and a
similar case against another of his neighbours
Ross Watt and Thomas Watt v. The President,
Councillors; ratepayers Shire :of Gisborne.
|GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15. (Before J. C. Thomson, Esq., P.M.; and W. Robertson, Esq., J.P.) (Article), The Bacchus Marsh Express (Vic. : 1866 - 1918), Saturday 18 December 1869 page Article||2013-04-21 13:21||with 2s. Gd. costs,
||with 2s. 6d. costs,
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Alfred was licensee until his death 1866, the Annie his wife became licensee until 1878. Annie remarried Dugald McArthur, but that union was shortlived as he was already married. In 1871 and 1872 the licensee was under the name Annie McArthur.
Refs to the Inn are also listed under South, Alfred, South, Annie nee Brown and McArthur, Dugald.
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