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|CRIMINAL COURT.—(Friday.) (Article), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Wednesday 7 May 1828 page Article||2015-10-03 14:21||lied by Mr. Chalmers, the second mate ; the boat
||lied by Mr. Chalmers, the second mate; the boat
|VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS, since last Publication. (Article), Sydney General Trade List (NSW : 1828 - 1829), Thursday 23 July 1829 page Article||2015-10-03 14:20||18. N1MROD, Chalmers 231 tons, Manilla.
||18. NIMROD, Chalmers 231 tons, Manilla.
|Advertising (Advertising), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Tuesday 29 July 1862 page Advertising||2015-10-03 13:26||NBOTICE. - All PERSONS INDEBTED
||NOTICE. - All PERSONS INDEBTED
|Advertising (Advertising), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Tuesday 29 July 1862 page Advertising||2015-10-03 13:24||?\rOTICE.-All PERSONS INDEBTED
1- to the Late EDWARD RIDLEY, of Unley,
pay to the undersigned the amount of their respec
requested to furnish particulars thereof for exami
nation. Iwfore the 1st day of August next .
Dated this 17th day of July, 18152.
199cv' ' Solicitors to the Estate.
|NBOTICE. - All PERSONS INDEBTED
to the Late EDWARD RIDLEY, of Unley,
pay to the undersigned the amount of their respect-
requested to furnish particulars thereof for exami-
nation, before the 1st day of August next .
Dated this 17th day of July, 1862.
199cv Solicitors to the Estate.
|No title (Article), The North West Post (Formby, Tas. : 1887 - 1916), Saturday 10 September 1904 page Article||2015-10-01 06:33||The fanural tokos plaoe to-day at 2 p.m.
One by one tho pioneers of the North-
Wtfst O. mat are passing away, and yeeter-
d«y morning witnessed the drmlse of a
voty old ro Idonb In the poraon of Mr
Ellis Atkinson, who passed away at rbe
PH-Idnnce of his dsoghtor. Mrs Fred
Holmrs, WofibDevonport. Dcer.eod had
atialrtfd tbe rlpn o'd eg-i of 89 years, a id
-Hunt 49 yeare tigo cimu onb lu ibo barqau
I-o' e, as ono nf tho employees of the
Moreey Goal Oomptny. Mr A!klu>>on
ifiWPH two daughters, Mre Fred Holmrs,
f West Dcvonpntt, and Mre Oapt&fn
Hobarh Tteld, of Sydney, also u etopBon,
Mr William Lyoe, son, - f Molroaa Orek.
Mr Lyoe bee been mosb ar.ttn'Ivo to tho
«lH gont'emtn In bis deollnlcg yonrs, and,
during ibe p»eb week, has spent a groat
,jo -1 cf time ab deooasvd'e bsdsld «. Mrs
Atkinson predcoeised ber hasband about
four yaxrs boo Tbe fanoral luaves Mrs
H-lmes' ri'ridenco ab 3 p.m. to-morrow
|The funeral takes place to-day at 2 p.m.
One by one the pioneers of the North-
West Coast are passing away, and yester-
day morning witnessed the demise of a
very old resident in the person of Mr
Ellis Atkinson, who passed away at the
residence of his daughter, Mrs Fred
Holmes, West Devonport. Deceased had
attained the ripe old age of 89 years, and
about 49 years ago cane out in the barque
Juno, as one of the employees of the
Mersey Coal Company. Mr Atkinson
leaves two daughters, Mrs Fred Holmes,
West Devonport, and Mrs Captain
Robert Reid, of Sydney, also a step-son,
Mr William Lynd, sen., of Melrose Creek.
Mr Lyne has been most attentive to the
old gentleman in his declining years, and,
during the past week, has spent a great
deal of time at deceased's bedside. Mrs
Atkinson predeceased her husband about
four years before. The funeral leaves Mrs
Holmes' residence at 3 p.m. to-morrow
|TASMANIA. HOBART, July 13. (Article), Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), Thursday 14 July 1881 page Article||2015-09-29 15:59||Thos. Griffithd for £390.
BUoRNI, EMru BA-, July 13.
|Thos. Griffith for £390.
BURNIE, EMU BAY, July 13.
|CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY, 19TH JULY, 1869. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Tuesday 20 July 1869 page Article||2015-09-27 15:44||Monday, 19ih July, 1869.
||Monday, 19th July, 1869.
|CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY, 19TH JULY, 1869. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Tuesday 20 July 1869 page Article||2015-09-27 15:44||terms which wore considered libellous, and it
||terms which were considered libellous, and it
|INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) In re DOMINIC CONLAN. (Article), The Hobart Town Daily Mercury (Tas. : 1858 - 1860), Thursday 27 May 1858 page Article||2015-09-27 15:31||have been for some years ihe agent of Mrs.
Mr. Haggitt then npplied for insolvent's
|have been for some years the agent of Mrs.
Mr. Haggitt then applied for insolvent's
|HOBART TOWN. Monday. (Article), Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), Tuesday 28 February 1860 page Article||2015-09-27 15:26||Beol public-house and some adjacent
||Bell public-house and some adjacent
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