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1 JohnWarren 5,849,482
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,367,939
5 Rhonda.M 3,190,978
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5839 lesw 3,036
5840 jeanrobb 3,035
5841 Lindsey.Shaw 3,035
5842 myrtus 3,034
5843 crownstreet 3,033
5844 mattsmum8305 3,033

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September 2019 878
August 2019 420
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April 2019 383
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1 JohnWarren 5,849,280
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,367,918
5 Rhonda.M 3,190,965
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5831 lesw 3,036
5832 jeanrobb 3,035
5833 Lindsey.Shaw 3,035
5834 myrtus 3,034
5835 crownstreet 3,033
5836 davidnash 3,033

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September 2019 878
August 2019 420
July 2019 3
June 2019 179
April 2019 383
August 2018 545
July 2018 289

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BRISBANE WATER. (Article), The Colonist (Sydney, NSW : 1835 - 1840), Wednesday 16 May 1838 [Issue No.196] page 2 2019-10-13 22:15 CosvIcT LAWYERS.-The numberof La
clerks and pettifoggers which were transponel
to this colony for embezzlement or forPe
had the effect in former days of filling .t. ro,
,eslion with practitioners of this disrepiut;,ble eha.
.abominable vermin to practice in a professionin
which so much honour and confidence is requiri,
by the legal authoritties for the exclusionl of sou
persons from the profession, and attachirgthe
penalty of re-conviction, or the ithldramwal ofpar.
don, to any case in which a person of this deip
lion, should lie found to practise the business, o
act in tilecapacity,of solicitor in thecolonyofltew
conspiracy, which took place on Monldaylast, on,
of the witnesses called in the prosecution, nasa
terson of the name of Williams, who had beIn
transported to this colony for forgery. Ie l?i
commenced to practise his former profession a
the clerk of the late Mr Nicol Allan, soliiloriu
Sydney. While with Mr. A., he kept up a r.
respondence with Beilby as his collfidenltial ad
legal adviser in the midst of his embamrrssinets.t
This, Ilis Iloiiour Judge Burton animadverted
up)on, as a proof at once of the disrepulable nature
of Beilby's proceedings, and of the necessityeof
effectually and , thoroughly exterminating the last
law. Judge Burton is a man whose ch;racter,
nor stern consistency as well as for enlightened
iphilanthropy, we very much admire; and imonzt
success in his crusade against the vile cotamiu".
Sin. IRICHARD BounKE.-Letters hare been
received in the colony per the Alert, from Sa
CONVICT LAWYERS.—The number of Lawyer's
clerks and pettifoggers which were transported
to this colony for embezzlement or forgery,
had the effect in former days of filling the pro-
fession with practitioners of this disreputable cha-
racter. The evils as well as the disgrace and
abominable vermin to practice in a profession in
which so much honour and confidence is required,
by the legal authoritties for the exclusionl of such
persons from the profession, and attaching the
penalty of re-conviction, or the withdrawal of par-
don, to any case in which a person of this descrip-
tion, should be found to practise the business, or
act in the capacity of solicitor in the colony of New
conspiracy, which took place on Monlday last, one
of the witnesses called in the prosecution, was a
person of the name of Williams, who had been
transported to this colony for forgery. He had
commenced to practise his former profession as
the clerk of the late Mr Nicol Allan, solicitor in
Sydney. While with Mr. A., he kept up a cor-
respondence with Beilby as his confidential and
legal adviser in the midst of his embarrassments.
This, His Honour Judge Burton animadverted
upon, as a proof at once of the disreputable nature
of Beilby's proceedings, and of the necessity of
effectually and thoroughly exterminating the last
law. Judge Burton is a man whose character,
or stern consistency as well as for enlightened
philanthropy, we very much admire; and amongst
success in his crusade against the vile contamina-
SIR RICHARD BOURKE.—Letters have been
received in the colony per the Alert, from Sir
INQUEST. (Article), The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947), Thursday 18 July 1872 [Issue No.471] page 2 2019-10-05 00:11 an itemperate man ; he did not examine the
caused the fit ; deceased was not, to his knowl-
to fing Brown dead ; there was no marks of a
lIli(hultih Ooiii,, wife of lont ivltlIua, gOvO
shilIr uvitluienou, wtllh thlti ndlititllt, ou Inut
nlYw 1oooito1i hIlwntihVUIett t n1 ftlll ot llr o'lt ouk Il
tile nilorllooloi nfiur hIur l11liohndll's ruotetn frlIin
bImntt in l th Iitr, dricltiog tith o1o iMNu?thI
Ie wnes ut tiI lny I le clnd il1y tlhrou tlolleru
if rlln till htl Iy, slll nlllllnlel in ld o ni helthl
ttiil sthll illn hto tltti iir hi uliscphIotIm In.iC,
WYIIIIm fi rnwl?, non .lfdhuoued1, remhllinl n!
ilahpt1,, enhil IiIfnlhler luid hhi nalt D)hpI on
"liniitiy hto gn II ihulnrlthtl.lu It wo tlllllU iII
cI uull.1t hanllth, giis1111s 1111 11i1 oiimil t exeptii
1n 1c(hIdldlonal lshhlinuosl slhoill twelnty 1youqrn
Io hI hlal tlhreo Ilts, whill 11e ihvih1,1ihly 1fll
,n his f11ce Ilcuoieci l eft n1ii Io Irl, roly, iir
ihit hl (wltitti ) si ulll lhte oli otI 1 1both.
Vi I l lryer.JuI.I , lplo It Ah ullt ttrie u'olhuki
i. cIli 1I lI ll hiii t Itt se wI OIIrIIt dI d 1iiiiI sh It
initl, sitc llilii 1 lholglh oavidilltly llltuldr thel
Ihlbucno oif dth1k,' he sltow w I to scild nttd
about half.pnst four he saw him lying on the
.sfi at the Stleai Packet Inn. dead; but be
Could not say what caused his deatih.
Dr. Tnrrait stated that ihe saw deceased
yeslerday sabt Ii o'clock p.m.; ihe was then
dead: on examinilg thie body externally he
riund a slight colnittson over the left cheek
bone; the clothes did not present the apptcan
atnce of al struggle; by direction of the ju y, lie
madie a post morltem exnmination, aid found
the right llug extensively diseased, time heart
healthy, the liver etlarged, the stomach
empty, but its coats IIIImuh conlgested and anc
aompanied by a striing alcilhlic smell,. the
kidneiys much diseased, the I rain and vessels
of the hiend much congested ; dividing the
brain, ihe foullnd a small clit sufillen t to causa
apopllexy.
The jury ieilrlled n verdict in accordance
with the mledical evidence.
an intemperate man ; he did not examine the
caused the fit ; deceased was not, to his know-
to find Brown dead ; there were no marks of a
Elizabeth Condon, wife of last witness, gave
similar evidence, with this addition, she last
saw deceased between three and four o'clock in
the afternoon, after her husband's return from
Kiama, in the bar, drinking with one M'Nab ;
he was not tipsy ; he had only three nobblers
of rum that day, and seemed in good health
and spirits to the time of his disappearance.
William Brown, son of deceased, residing at
Dapto, said his father left him at Dapto on
Sunday to go to Shellharbour ; he was then in
excellent health, and had no complaint except
an occasional giddiness ; about twenty years
ago he had three fits, when he invariably fell
on his face ; deceased left no property, nor
could he (witness) state the cause of death.
W. Fryer, jun , deposed : About three o'clock
in the afternoon he saw deceased and shook
hands with him ; though evidently under the
influence of drink, he knew what he said and
about half-past four he saw him lying on the
sofa at the Steam Packet Inn, dead; but he
could not say what caused his death.
Dr. Tarrant stated that he saw deceased
yesterday about 5 o'clock p.m.; he was then
dead: on examining the body externally he
found a slight contusion over the left cheek
bone; the clothes did not present the appear-
ance of a struggle; by direction of the jury, he
made a post mortem examination, and found
the right lung extensively diseased, the heart
healthy, the liver enlarged, the stomach
empty, but its coats much congested and ac-
companied by a strong alcoholic smell, the
kidneys much diseased, the brain and vessels
of the head much congested ; dividing the
brain, he found a small clot sufficient to cause
apoplexy.
The jury returned a verdict in accordance
with the medical evidence.
INQUEST. (Article), The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947), Thursday 18 July 1872 [Issue No.471] page 2 2019-10-04 23:46 AN inqeiry iil(i Ieuo eltdIc of lethi of Willintn
IBro\wnl, It runhiotll of ShullhIn eri , llr 1111||(I dUnd,
wiH hould on 'j'lTlidsy lst, Jly 1i, boleoru the
District Colrolir, 01i e jllury of alx, viz,, W\\',
Allen (firormnl), I' tou1?oi eon, J. Sy, B uirin
\W, Mlv, J, NitInnu, IIIt( R Wilocll, olt tIO
Stonllt Paltcut rIne, Shlellhln bour,
Jemicit Ceotidne, tibIloon, lieprlnld I The io.
coniodI, iwho wIes a slhoueiinltei Iy trnui, hail
fior obllt Itwo I t1111111111t Iivud whi hin, nilll
worltud Ii theu oighuoullrhlood when lie Uculi
Kgot unloyit~llo l I hiie lst sew hhI nilhc e ihLt
I) o'ulooke Itu lovlous mornilg, whien wsittios
got his horse to gi to Kiimin; ol hlis returit
iocuus0dli was Iiuiwiioio 0hoiiilt twio lourA 1fter'.
wlords his (iVittiUsH's iey, six yoursH ihl, tolid
him lrHown wns lyilg it tue gnrdor Ii wet ct
nolt fiound iII huotwoeen 4 nd ici o'ilocli
lyiRg otthlis fisou dantd thiiihdiig thu sallifuos"
might he f'rom cold, ti onrlield thi, huody to
thuo Iltcli nlu, tnd oni( foUriomio oilihboers,
wrto citciulcit) Ito tnHe Iondlo cioooonsedul wns
nboutl 70 yoUnrl old, a natlvu o1 El?1ngl ,inn ld
on ltemp ellurtu triit l he dil tot exilIItlo the
body, but thtro woo s slight tttrlk oci tie eiift
lchuulc; nIott tlhreo youln gi duaonolued It1d u
fit, nnd hIo (witite?s) bhollghlt hin round Ilhr
wnrlntia 111111h, t ihu coUtld 11ot any thtnt dlrik
ontiuld tio Ilt; duoocsaud wn 11 tit, uto iis litlnw.
ludgu, drtnk theo dly heforo hil dlonlth Ihis
honih waI goodl, onlll, tihough Ito wollitl hI, lo
Itnies qirli'rIul, ito iiu (II t tho wholeUo goild.
tula?prud iiu Itovur ccwi cliy ollt strilko
ihh1 11 lenvOen uvornl chlhlllronl Ih ttl n
gliln of grog ihouit eighit n'ulolc I oluld tot
sny 1u tlstt 11111'I1i it d irt g th11 cIly, lnlill coitli
Iot stito thiu unlllu tibof iith I ho wR Srii'piiiiud
lo unil I1lrlctll lhell thero wrno 1I intllllls of 1
llowc Fh.Rst an tif ti!i(ii nlt tIU grocluil or oli his
o tIthues I t wl tll olbllu t ilozeell y llds frtliti tii
Illoluse whlureu tho holy was flitilld lylitg on Its
flc.O andtlh, l n 11 1 (10 1ith l ulonlh
INQUEST.
AN inquiry into the cause of death of William
Brown, a resident of Shellharbour, found dead,
was held on Tuesday last, July 16, before the
District Coroner, and a jury of six, viz., W.
Allen (foreman), T. Coughrane, J. Seymour,
W. May, J, Ninnes, and R. Wilson, at the
Steam Packet Inn, Shellharbour.
James Condon, publican, deposed : The de-
ceased, who was a shoemaker by trade,
for about two months lived with him, and
worked in the neighbourhood when he could
get employment ; he last saw him alive about
9 o'clock the previous morning, when witness
got his horse to go to Kiama ; on his return
deceased was nowhere about ; two hours after-
wards his (witness's boy, six years old, told
him Brown was lying in the garden ; he went
and found him between 4 and 5 o'clock
lying on his face dead ; thinking the stiffness
might he from cold, he carried the body to
the kitchen fire, and sent for some neighbours,
who conclude he was dead ; deceased was
about 70 years old, a native of England, and
an itemperate man ; he did not examine the
body, but there was a slight mark on his left
cheek ; about three years ago deceased had a
fit, and he (witness) brought him round by
warming him, but he could not say that drink
caused the fit ; deceased was not, to his knowl-
ledge, drunk the day before his death ; his
health was good, and, though he would some-
times quarrel, he was on the whole good-
tempered ; he never saw any one strike
him ; he leaves several children ; he had a
glass of grog about eight o'clock ; could not
say if he had more during the day, and could
not state the cause of death ; he was surprised
to fing Brown dead ; there was no marks of a
blow or signs of blood on the ground or on his
clothes ; it was about a dozen yards from the
house where the body was found lying on its
face, and the mouth open.
COLONIAL ITEMS. (Article), The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947), Thursday 21 December 1865 [Issue No.128] page 3 2019-10-03 23:14 coLONIAL ITEIMS.
. nToLROSONIL RIFLE \ATrCO. - The
,otingterminatedon Saturday in favor of
Sg •ootingtlrins by 75 points, the numbers
rNew Su leos6 2126"; ew South Wales,
ACcIDEsNT FRnoM[ LIGoITNINo.-During'
the severe 'storm which passed over Wol
little boys sons of.Mr. William Brown, of
Dapto, took shelter under a tree near,.and
whilst there, the electric fluid- struck
the tree, shattering it to atoms.'. Fortu
nately the boys escaped being hurt liy Athe
lightning, but a splinter of the wood strufck
noe of:them, and inflicted a serious wound'f
in the face. He 'wns conveyed to the resi
dence of.Mr. Alderman Cole, and medical
assistance obtained. .AWe are glad to learn,
that although a week must clapse before he
wrill le 'able' to be removed,. that under
eareful treatment he.is gradually improving.
-Merciry.
COLONIAL ITEMS.
INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCH. — The
shooting terminated on Saturday in favor of
New South Wales by 75 points, the numbers
Victoria, 2126 ; New South Wales,
ACCIDENT FROM LIGHTNING.—During
the severe storm which passed over Wol-
little boys sons of Mr. William Brown, of
Dapto, took shelter under a tree near, and
whilst there, the electric fluid struck
the tree, shattering it to atoms. Fortu-
nately the boys escaped being hurt by the
lightning, but a splinter of the wood struck
one of them, and inflicted a serious wound
in the face. He was conveyed to the resi-
dence of Mr. Alderman Cole, and medical
assistance obtained. We are glad to learn,
that although a week must elapse before he
will be able to be removed, that under
careful treatment he is gradually improving.
—Mercury.
Advertising (Advertising), The Shoalhaven Telegraph (NSW : 1881 - 1937), Thursday 16 November 1882 [Issue No.197] page 3 2019-10-03 22:49 Mrs. W. T. Maguire r
Ucyartntciit of ££.t»a-il.s and IBridgen.
npENDERS will bo rccoived up to the 30th
B instant, for tho construction of a Bridgo
over Nowra Crook, near. Brown's, Sawmills ;
Plan, specificafi^k and forms of Tender at
Court House, No/^-\_ ,
Tenders to bo addressed to tho Clerk of Potty
Sessions, Nowrn. and to be marked ' Tonder:
for Bridgo ovor Nowra Creek.'
Tho lowest or any Tender not necessarily
Road Suporihtondont.
Nowra, Nov, 15th, 18S2.
Mrs. W. T. Maguire
Department of Roads and Bridges.
TENDERS will be received up to the 30th
instant, for the construction of a Bridge
over Nowra Creek, near Brown's, Sawmills ;
Plan, specification and forms of Tender at
Court House, Nowra,
Tenders to be addressed to the Clerk of Petty
Sessions, Nowra, and to be marked " Tender
for Bridge over Nowra Creek."
The lowest or any Tender not necessarily
Road Superintendent.
Nowra, Nov, 15th, 1882.
SOUTH COAST ITEMS. (Article), South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954), Saturday 3 September 1904 [Issue No.36] page 8 2019-10-03 22:13 ? « ?
Mumps are very prevalent in Wollon
gong, just utfw.
Mr. Fred Philpottfs aged father died
At noon on Tuealay, a thunderstorm,
with light haii, swept over Illawarra.
Speaking at a-Masonic fnnctiou at
Daptqyon Wednesday.night^ W or. Bro.
Unanimity ud Concord,, No. 903,
E.C., was formed at D*pto in August,
100 houses and a ^population of 515 —
287 males and §28 females. The Illa
warra Municipal District in 18(5 had
763 houses aud a population of 4,210.
——<>——
Mumps are very prevalent in Wollon-
gong, just unow.
Mr. Fred Philpott's aged father died
At noon on Tuesday, a thunderstorm,
with light hail, swept over Illawarra.
Speaking at a Masonic function at
Dapto on Wednesday night, Wor. Bro.
Unanimity and Concord, No. 903,
E.C., was formed at Dapto in August,
100 houses and a population of 515 —
287 males and 228 females. The Illa-
warra Municipal District in 1845 had
763 houses and a population of 4,210.
MILTON ULLADULLA. CRYSTAL FOUNTAIN DIVISION OF THE SONS OF TEMPERANCE. (Article), The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947), Thursday 25 July 1872 [Issue No.472] page 3 2019-10-03 20:36 MILOON, 1JLLADULLA.
OIIYOTAL FOUNTAIN DIVISION OF TInE 80Nh o0
TIEPEIANOO ,
T annhivoersary of thie formation of this
division of that nohleo, patrioltito, and bonovo.
loet Institution known as the Bone of Tom.
poraneo, wnao olobrated on Saturdny nlast, time
MILTON, ULLADULLA.
CHRYSTAL FOUNTAIN DIVISION OF THE SONS OF
TEMPERANCE,
THE anniversary of the formation of this
division of that noble, patriotic, and benevo-
lent institution known as the Sons of Tem-
perance, was celebrated on Saturday last, the
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. (Article), The Shoalhaven Telegraph (NSW : 1881 - 1937), Saturday 27 February 1886 [Issue No.428] page 2 2019-10-02 22:26 Mil. H. A. Moss has been, gazetted . First
Lieutenant of the Volunteor Reserve. Corps . at
WATER SUPPLY.— ? Builders and:.: ^brick-!
makers will -no doubt be glad to learn tlmt the:
Mayor of Nowra (AMcrtnau Moss) uitomls to utilise
tho abundant supply of water at lory s bridge, near
Council Chamber, .by at oncc , opening a: roadway.
between thu hndge am ( police paildock to the creek,;
K. W. Woodgiite, showing that the surfaee' stuff
Frnd. Moore's apple tree, and its apples, several of
which measured: fifteen- inches in 'diameter ?- Mr
Joseph tiyam lias 311st tableirone' on 'our MS:which
ho. plucked from ;Mr. Thomas, Jarrett's/orchard,
at Nowra Hill. 7 This' apple is *12 . .'inches, iii
diainotcr. It' gives' to the' seiiso of smell a'pleasiint
aroma. That's all wo caiv'say of its quality.- ' Rev.
W. G. Taylor, tliCj renowned' .Methodist, preacher,
of' California, chronicles his pa'yiiig 7!0 ' cents for a
smclljoi ail-apple. Aud sonu- of- onr junior imps
of the typo - wiiFproliably' conchulc . shortly that
a paragraph is too ..much to pay for a smell. ol this
fruit— -which even some aver caused the first sin:
But joking asido, if' our land 'owners1 wdl'Jbut pre
pare their fruit'harvest, tlio railway will bring the
reapers and tlio profits.' 1. '?-/'. 1 v /n
A LOCAL VINTAGE.— By 'the 'courtesy- of
Mr. Andre dp Alcstie, J.l,.,,of'I3eer.ing Homestead,
Mil. H. A. Moss has been, gazetted First
Lieutenant of the Volunteer Reserve Corps at
WATER SUPPLY.— Builders and brick-
makers will no doubt be glad to learn that the
Mayor of Nowra (Alderman Moss) intends to utilise
the abundant supply of water at Tory's bridge, near
Council Chamber, by at once opening a roadway
between the bridge and police paddock to the creek,
E. W. Woodgate, showing that the surface stuff
Fred. Moore's apple tree, and its apples, several of
which measured fifteen inches in diameter. Mr
Joseph Hyam has just tabled one on our MS which
he plucked from Mr. Thomas Jarrett's orchard,
at Nowra Hill. This apple is 12 inches in
diameter. It gives to the sense of smell a pleasant
aroma. That's all we can say of its quality. Rev.
W. G. Taylor, The renowned Methodist, preacher,
of California, chronicles his paying 50 cents for a
smell of an apple. And some of our junior imps
of the type will probably conclude shortly that
a paragraph is too much to pay for a smell of this
fruit—which even some aver caused the first sin.
But joking aside, if our land owners will but pre-
pare their fruit harvest, the railway will bring the
reapers and the profits.
A LOCAL VINTAGE.— By the courtesy of
Mr. Andre de Mestre, J.P., of Beerang Homestead,
LAW REPORT. SUPREME COURT.—MONDAY, JULY 26. FIRST DAY OF TERM. [?]hi Banco.—(Before their Honors the CHIEF JUSTICE, Mr. Justice WINDEYER, and Sir GEORGE INNES.) CALLS TO THE BAR. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 27 July 1886 [Issue No.15,082] page 4 2019-10-02 22:12 Mr. Knox, instructed by Messrs. Copo and King, for the
plaintiff; Dr. Sly, iustiueted by Mossrs. leeton and Faith-
full, for tho dofendant Jarrett, and Mr. A. II. Simpson,
Instructed hy Messrs. Robertson, Fisher, and Ralfo, for tho
His HONOR, in dalivorim? judgmont, snid : In this
,Buit Mrs. Juno Atkins, widow, prayed that tho de-
fendants, John S. Jarrott and tho E., S.. and A. Char-
tered Bank, might bo declared trustees tor her of 40 nciesof
land at Cabbago Tree Creek, near Nowra, Shoalhaven, and
that they might bo deeioed to transfer tho land to her.
Tho statement of claim alleged that in December, 1862, tho
Elaintiff conditionally purchased tho 40 aeies at tho Crown
,ands Office at Nowra, in tho muna of Robert Anderson,
bor son by her first marriago, but with hor own moneys,
Mr. Knox, instructed by Messrs. Cope and King, for the
plaintiff ; Dr. Sly, instructed by Messrs. Leeton and Faith-
full, for the defendant Jarrett, and Mr. A. H. Simpson,
instructed by Messrs. Robertson, Fisher, and Ralfe, for the
His HONOR, in delivering judgment, said : In this
suit Mrs. Jane Atkins, widow, prayed that the de-
fendants, John S. Jarrett and the E., S., and A. Char-
tered Bank, might be declared trustees for her of 40 acres of
land at Cabbage Tree Creek, near Nowra, Shoalhaven, and
that they might be decreed to transfer the land to her.
The statement of claim alleged that in December, 1862, the
Plaintiff conditionally purchased the 40 acres at the Crown
Lands Office at Nowra, in the name of Robert Anderson,
her son by her first marriage, but with her own moneys,
SHELLHARBOR. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) (Detailed lists, results, guides), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950), Friday 19 July 1872 [Issue No.LXXXIII] page 2 2019-10-02 00:07 Supdm Death.— On Monday afternoon a very
xili're'iileiit uf Shellharbur, Mi. ; William IlroWn,
t-af loner, \va- found dead in th.' garden, near Mr.
Co;iclou's residence. ' Deceased was first discovered
k '-Ir Condon's little boy. Ah inquest was held
bsio.o J. Oniinell, Esq.,: to-day (Tuesday;.. A
i,r»rt ? mortem examination was lutidc by Dr.
?apaplsxv. The' jury returned a. verdict ., in
nceor, lance with the evidence. .
Sudden Death.— On Monday afternoon a very
old resident of Shellharbor, Mr. William Brown,
gardener, was found dead in the garden, near Mr.
Condon's residence. Deceased was first discovered
by Mr. Condon's little boy. An inquest was held
before J. Connell, Esq., to-day (Tuesday). A
post-mortem examination was made by Dr.
apoplexy. The jury returned a verdict in
accordance with the evidence.

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  5. George Knight (1839—????)
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    Items regarding George Knight of the Illawarra, and family.

    27 items
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  6. George Knight (1857—1929)
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    Watchmaker and jeweller of Kiama, Illawarra, New South Wales.

    119 items
    created by: public:myrtus 2019-06-16
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  7. James Asker
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    13 items
    created by: public:myrtus 2019-04-07
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  8. Joseph Knight
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    3 items
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  9. Sarah Ann Knight
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    created by: public:myrtus 2019-10-15
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  10. Thomas Jarrett & Family
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    22 items
    created by: public:myrtus 2019-09-28
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  11. Thomas Knight
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    created by: public:myrtus 2019-09-17
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  12. Thomas Williamson (~1800-1882)
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    Articles regarding Thomas Williamson, arrived in Australia on the "Prince Regent" in 1820.

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  13. Walter Knight
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    1855— 1903

    19 items
    created by: public:myrtus 2019-09-09
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  14. William B. H. Brown & Family
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    21 items
    created by: public:myrtus 2019-09-21
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  15. William Brown (1801-1872)
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    William Brown, from Norfolk, England, brought out on the Elizabeth (3), gardener of the Illawarra and Shellharbour.

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    created by: public:myrtus 2019-04-07
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