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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,228 words

    Return to an order, made by the Honorable the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, dated 29th September, 1870-That there be laid upon the table of this House: "Copies of all papers, documents, ...

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    WOMEN , from the peculiarity of their nervous organization, are much more subject than men to those singular attacks which are popularly known is trances, and consequently, the dangers of premature internent in ...

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  5. Police Courts, This Day.

    George Stewart, a cabman, was fined 20s, to be levied by distress, in default seven days' gaol, for unlawfully ' being on board the steamer Paterson previous to her at rival at the wharf, without the permission of the ...

    Article : 142 words
  6. Quarter Sessions, THIS DAY.

    [?]Pearce, alias Joyce, yesterday convicted of Stealing cloth, was now placed in the dock for sentence. prisoner said he had only been convicted twice during a residence of forty-four years in the country. He was ...

    Article : 625 words
  7. Au Apprentice Whipped to Death.

    A GENTLEMAN who came from Iola, gave us tho particulars of a most atrocious murder that was committed by a farmer living near Humboldt, and the summary hanging of tho murderer by citizens of the ...

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    Mary M[?]Keon, an idle and disorderly character, was sent to Darlinghurst for six months. On the summons sheet there were twenty-two cases. A few persons were fined for drunkenness.-Patrick ...

    Article : 233 words
  9. Insolvency, This Day.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 93 words
  10. Coroner's Court This Day

    THE adjourned inquest on the body of Samuel Cross aged seventy-live years, who was found dead in the Domain on Sunday morning last, was resumed this morning.-Sergeant Sutton deposed that from ...

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    Leon Morin was charged with having, at Sydney, on the 14th September, obtained a silver watch "from one charles Evans, who held it for the owner, John Williams , a native of Malabar. He was convicted, ...

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  12. A Romantic Story.

    YESTERDAY, at Leamington, Robert East, a carpenter, was summoned for allowing his son, Waller Kast, to become chargeable to the Warwick Union. Mr. Passman appeared for the guardians, and Mr. Hawkes, ...

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  13. THE BOGAN.

    GREAT dissatisfaction prevails here relative to the magisterial inquiry held on the dead body found in the Little Creek. Certainly there might be something found out as to his [?]'ate of mind when leaving town, or whether he was in a fit state at ...

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  14. An Awkward Predicament.

    A FRENCH paper relates a thrilling scene which lately occurred in a Parisian mairie. A couple presented themselves to be married, the bride about eighteen years of ago, and possessed of considerable ...

    Article : 547 words
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