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  2. POLICE.

    MINOROFFENCES.—Margaret Scott was fined 10s., or, in default, 48 hours', for making use of insulting language.—Margaret Boyle was charged with wilfully breaking a pane of ...

    Article : 771 words
  3. THE MURDER AT DRY CREEK.

    An inquest was held at Dry Creek, Kilmore, on Saturday, January 21, on the body of a woman, name unknown, who was murdered at Dry Creek early on Saturday morning. ...

    Article : 2,518 words
  4. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    The estate of James Egan, deceased, late of Duck Creek, farmer. Causes of insolvency-Inability of the executors to realise the assets. Liabilities, £2,421 9s. 6d.; assets, ...

    Article : 93 words
  5. A SUSPICIOUS AFFAIR.

    The Southern Argus writes:—"In our last issue we extracted from the Register a paragraph relating to the death of a man named John Lines (or Lyons), who was ...

    Article : 451 words
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  7. THE CERBERUS AND THE NELSON.

    Sir,—After reading Lieutenant Pater's report of the danger experienced by the Cerberus during bad weather in the Bay of Biscay, and the fear entertained (as expressed ...

    Article : 278 words
  8. INQUEST.

    The city coroner(Dr. Youl) held an inquest yesterday, at Garten's Hotel, on the body of a man named George Chapman, aged 35 years. The deceased only arrived from Castlemaine ...

    Article : 69 words
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