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  2. Suicide of a Young Man

    THE following are the particulars of the remarkable case referred to in recent telegrams from Melbourne, in which a young man named John Callaway poisoned himself on the morning of his intended marriage ...

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    This was action of trespass tried at the last Bathurst sittings, before Acting Judge Manning and a jury of four. The trespass declared upon was the unlawful taking ...

    Article : 204 words
  4. The Romance of a Ring

    A romantic story comes from Kansas City, Missouri, and like many others, its incidents have grown out of the war. In 1861 a young man of Kansas City enlisted in the Confederate service, receiving as a parting gift ...

    Article : 237 words

    Sir James Martin and Mr. Owen appeared for the plaintiff, Mr. Gordon for the defendant. This was a unit for an account current in an estate in equity against Mr. John Yeomans, the trustee of the ...

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    THIS has been a regular telegraphic week, and the opening: of the Northern line, albeit the electric messages are carried some part of the distance by horses, is a grand event. As to the attempted monopoly, no words ...

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    James Harriskey, of Balmain, grazier. Liabilities, L715 9s 6d. [?]: L5. Secured, L900 ...

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    THE City Coroner, H. Shiell, Esq., held an inquest yesterday, at the Square and Compass Hotel, George-street, upon certain premises damaged by fire, situated at No. 14, Goulborn-street, and occupied by one Isaac ...

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  9. Weights for the Hawkesbury Grand Handicap.

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    SIR,—Two of your previous correspondents have suggested subscription lists on behalf of the widow and orphans of the late criminal Nichols. The Rev. Thomas Smith, in his sermons reverting to their unhappy fate ...

    Article : 123 words
  11. Clarence River.

    THE sugar industry is progressing rapidly, and will form a powerful ally in conjunction with the mining resources of the district, in raising it to be one of the most important places in Australia ...

    Article : 930 words
  12. Incident in Fisk's Life.

    JAMES FISK, junior, conceived and executed a brilliant stroke at the close of the late war between the States, the particulars of which have never yet been published. With that sagacity which distinguished him in all his ...

    Article : 358 words
  13. Robbery of Diamonds.

    ON Thursday, 3rd April, at the Guildhall Police Court, London, Hermon Raphael Hessloim, alias Court Von Eissenberg, was charged before Mr. Alderman Stone on suspicion of stealing on the high seas, between the ...

    Article : 623 words
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