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Camden Electorate. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. MONDAY, 11TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

- Camden Electorate. DEX3lilBATi0N,0F THE POLL, lloifbiv, 11th Febedaev. , At 12.30 a.m the B«turning Officer and the seven candidates took their seats on the magisterial '\-ench in the Court House, Pic ton, and the' 'building quickly filled with 1 electors downcast and exultant to hear the declaration of the poll formally .made. The result was of course well-known, and as the victorious party did not brandish their colours, and the defeated accepted the issue with submission, there was no contradictory clangour or, .vituperative noise. The ' Be- J turning officer (Mr. J. M. Antill, J.F.), then stood up to declare tbe result of the poll, ! but before doing so he referred to one or two matters of a personal character which concerned the administration of his honor ory office; In the first place there had been a large number of informal papers. He ex hibited one which had liefore each of three names a small ' tick ' placed witli a pencil. The mistake of this method was apparent, as it...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

Important Notice. D. IfficGreg-or, Practical Plumber, Etc.. MOSS VALt AND BOWRAL, Wishes to inform~the Publio that as lie manufac tures the undermentioned Articles, he con sell them oheaper than any other person In tbe district 4in., 4)in., 5m., and 6in. O.O. Guttering ; also half roundgutteringBllsizes. I£in.,i5in.iandi8hi. Ridge Gapping ; Down -Pipes, all sizes i Heads, all sizes; Spikes and Tubes, . Brackets, Shoes and Elbows, and all necessary fixing t GalndL. Tanks ; also Plunge and Shower Baths (any size). Port able Washing Boilers and Stand*. In Stock : CorrugatedGalnd. Iron, 5ft tolOft. sheets; plain Galnd. Iron; alsoplain and perforated Sheet Zinp ; Sheet Lead ; all sizes of Douglas Pumps and Piping, cut and screwed to any length. To Dairymen bud Milk Suppliers.— Rail- way and Factory Milk Cans, all sices ; Milking Buckets, Milk Receivers and Strainers, Tubular Milk Coolers ; also Store Piping, any else. As a proof of the superior, wont done by the above, he has secured the...

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Robertson Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

KoberUon' (AgrtcialtHral Tim^e-^ve'ooinmit^iitfxh6 '^»»;|iela; jttimfcrSiAi Bnowuil Grahaiu, /WvJWhitej'iJ. Bi«buing,Jv^BiWn,;ft:?GayJM®rooW Brpoker,'j;: TimDu, iW^ .G^ham^'Ji/jUarshall, R. -McEvilly, and : ..ThePresidejit having takenthecliair, the minutes of previous mecting wera read and adopted. ? ?, . ;Au aocount from;Mn.J.:Bevah tof £S,'. for ( making i book-case, waspassod for pay ment, ^nd the secretaiyialBO Btoied that ' he bad reodved nthe .Government 'endowment of £265, trhich would ienable t:he 'Society, after paying .for all the variouB ; improve- ment^ to have a good credit balante at the oommenoenisntiof the show., Special prizes were also promised from Messrs. A. Graham, Seer^, H4yter, and -3o., and John Stone, which the donors left in the hands of 1 the society to award td whatever object they, thought best.' - After some discussion it was' .resolved, . oii the motion of Mr. White, that it be left in the bands .of the secretaiy.- . .' Mr. T. .Jones,, on behalf, of t...

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Wild's Meadow. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

Wild's Meadow. A cricket match was played on Saturday between Wild's Meadow and Burrawang United Cricket Clubs, and resulted in an easy win for the Meadow team by two wickets and 30 runs. The Burrawang cap tain won the toss and went to the wickets, and made' 75 runs before the last wicket fell. . G. H. Fraser 13, D. T. Smith. 14, P. Murphy 12. W. Mackey 13 (not out) plaved best for Burrawang.. J. Tumbull , bowled best for the Meadow team, taking eight wickets for 20 runs. ' For the ? Meadow, M Hawkins 45 (not out) ? played splendid cricket, as also did G. Bobson 15, H. 'Budge 16, W. ' Hammond 10. ' The bowling of Robertsont . Fraser, . and Mackey was the best for Burrawang. Following are the scores::— ? ? Bubrawaxg. ' G B. Fraser, c Parker, b Hackle ...13 J. Cujleu, b.Tpriibull, ... ... ... ...? 2 — Rutherford/lj Tumbull ... '... ... 1 D. T. Smith, b Tnrnbnll . . . : ? 14 W. Jtnbertsoiij b Tumbull : ? ... 1 . P. JtoT»y.c Hab»n, bTorubull ... 12 \ ^Meljpaii, b Turnball... ? ? ? O , W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

^ 'VEAS1.— A fenon jbuged #)f Peafnes* and noise# XJ in the headof Sft ymra' ttuiding by a Simple Bemedy, 'mU send a'tlescripticm of it rBKE to any pereon who -applies to Niaaaoms, 65 WiUiam «treet,Melbourne. V,''; ~ : ?;\\t ANTED a , Servant, . 26 to^0, able to cook * T jind wuh well. Apply Mas. G. T. Caw bell, Brightlands, Bowral. . - ; TO LET.— A Large Boom, lately usedvtBanil Uoom. ' Apply H. W. Edwards, Mittagoiig rilO LET— Sliop nnd Owellirg. Main-atrcrt, Mit ? JL tagong.— Apply, Thomas Vilns, . Mittngnug. IWl'OUNDED at MUtagong, on the 18th day of .: Febraaiy, 1880, from Colo Vale, by .lames Kinsman, damages and driving fls.— Ofe Iron Grey Mare, branded hJ|1 conjoined near aboulder, supposed age 6 years, height, 16 bands; sum due tin tuilmal at date of notice, Da. ' If not released will be sold at this Pound, at noon, on tbe 7th day of March. W.JBRAZENALL, Ponndkccper. Upper Mittagong Athletic Club. A* MKETING of members is called for Thurs day night, at 8. p.m. Business To a...

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Opening of the New Roman Catholic Church at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

Opening of the. New Roman Catliolic Church at Mittagong. On Saturday night Cardinal Moran arrived at Mittagong* about half past 5, accompanied by his secretary, {Dr. O'Havan) and the Kcv. Father Le llennetcl (of the Marist Fathers), tlie appointed preacherfortheopening servicc. He was met by Rev. Father Harnett, and tome members of the com mittee and after a brief stay was driven in a private carriage (from (5rey'e, Bowral) to llcrrima, return ing to Mittagonc early on .Sunday morning. The service ut the Church eonmicnecd ut 11 a.m., at which time the building wis crowded with visitors from all parts of the district, -vehicles and horses in the udjoining paddock shoeing to what extent Mittagong iiuk-btud lor outfide help. Ihe proceedingc ominK'ii'V.l by a profession of the* ut tcndaul pi-irsf*, lit vs. FutIhth Harnett, Cubtollo, O'Haran, 1.'' W- I. «n«l ('nilVy sitti'iidcd by acolytesw itht'in-fr.u ? .iii.ll* il i t '.n -1inai . vested in rope, mi* iv.au- I ci'irii r.muim t l-iuhlin...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Fruit and Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

Fruit and Flower Show. I [ A BPECuix tneetingof the committee of tlie J Horticultural Society was held in the Sohool - of Arte, Mittagong, on Saturday, evening. ' / Dr. Middlfllon, vjpe- president took die chair, and Messrs l3. Walfis, H. B.'^VaughaUjE. j; / Snowden, J. MeUiftg, Ji White, J. Beaumont, 1. ! . ? and J. Murphy 'were present. . I Mr. l!:'E.'yaugbari acted as secretary. The minutes of the previous meeting were ' read and confimed. 1 ' : After some discussion it was determined, / * - upon the motion o£ Messrs. J. Mealing and j J. Wallis, to bold the-annual show on Wed nesday «id Thursday, 10th. and llth.tif i r The' resignation of Mr. .A., P. Come as secretary 'was accepted; ? upoh ijthe motion of fi*i: Messrs. J. Mealing and' J. - White: Both gentlemen regretted that ,Mr JCorrje , should . bavte to \'a-kte'%is-pMt t^rough d!Btan(» from . Mifctagong.and i»re testimony to that gent ? leman's ehertjri? i'}'f / £#' - ? Mr. J. Itfetuin'g proposed that&r. B. E. : j; ^e...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

Robertson. I On Saturday morning George Faivbain, while working at Mr. Martin's saw-mills got 1 his hand caught by a revolving saw, which almost severed Lis thumb, having cut through bone and everything, and only left it hanging by a bit cf skin. Nevertheless Dr. Corder is in hopes of accomplishing tlie very difficult task of saving the thumb. Oil the same day Dr. Corder had auother patient brought to him. A young man named George (Peter) Andrews. It seems that lie hod lx?eu to the store at East Kau galoon, and on returning the horse lie was riding shied, when the girth gave way and both saddle and Andrews came to the ground the horse treading on the prostrate man's back, becakiii!? one of hi6 ribs and his ridit arm. It is a fortuuate thing that we have Dr. Corder in the town, as there is no doubt but these cases would have been much more serious if they had iiad further to go for medical aid. Blackberries are in the greatest profusion in the districts of Underbill and Fountain dale...

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"The Home Garden." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

' The Home Carden.' Last Thursday evening Mr. Angus Mackay, F.Q.S., lectured to an audience numbering over 180 in tlie Bowral School of Arts on the subject of ' The Home Garden : vegetables,': fruits, etc., for use in the liouse.' The Mayor of Bowral (Aid. J. J. Campbell) oc cupied the chair and briefly introduced the, lecturer, who then in his usual interesting stvln mrrinl hid audipjinn alnntr xvitli It i ill froib start to finish. Mr. Mackay said he drewa line between professional and ama teur .gardening, and stated that it formed one of tlie subjects at the Techni cal College in Sydney, and that the classes Were the best attended of any. There was no million of people so badly off for information pertaining to such matters as the million in New South Wales. Ift would he hoped that evening fully im press upon the minds of those present the fact that the feeding the eoil with organic mltter would prove the success of growers in^tlds neighbourhood. Particulars were then , given tog...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

NOTICE. I BEG to inform the public tliat I have taken over the Baking Business lately carried on by Mr. W. G. Alexander, ana so successfully carried on by iny lather . for a number of years, and hope by atten* - tion to business and keeping a good articlc to obtain a fail' share of the public patronage. J. W. MEALING, — Baker and Confectioner, — MITTAGONG. Fruit Trees, Etc. OA AAA -District Growu fruit Trees. All the &VaUUu B°st Varieties, 1, 2, and 3 years old Also 5000 Extra-Large Fruit Trees^Applcs, Pears, Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots, Cherries, Quinces, Waluuts, etc, Intending plautcrs should eall at the Nurseries and see them growiug, and not send their orders to agents, who purchase at tlie lowest prices and get the small trees. All kinds of Nursery Plants iu Btock at the Bowral Nurseries,* Bowral. TH0S. andi. W. COPE, Nurserymen, &c.

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

Inquest. I An inquest was held yesterday at the house of Mr. G. Farthing, Moss Vale, .before Air. A. D. Badgery, J.P., Coroner, and a jury of 12 touching the death of a female child. Senior Sergeant Fowler conducted the inquiry. After the body had - been viewed, Constable Ryan deposed that he received an anonymous letter, and that in conseauencc of it he visited the house ou Sunday morning, and that Mrs. Farthing acknowledged that her daughter Anuie had tiad a child the preceding Tuesday; that as it was quite dead at the time of birth she had buried it in the back yard ; that she did not think it necessary to reports still born child to the police, aiid could not aftbrdtogetadoctor. Thechild wasquite black when born. With the assistance of Con i stable Marr the body was dug up, aud Dr. Barcroft called to examine it. Sarah Ann Murray deposed to seeing the body some hours after birth ; it was theu quite dead and swollen. Mrs. Farthing gave evidence that the child was born before she w...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

Masonic. Os Friday the. installation of the W.M. and oflicers of the' Jubilee lodge, Mittagong, took place in the presence of a large number of visitors from other lodges, notably from Joadja and JJowrai. The lodge having been duly constituted and incidental business got .through, W.P.M. Bro. H. E. Vaughan installed .the Master-elect, Bro. J. J. I jnuwwru, WIWI IU1 .WJC Uiu; huiiuwiiku ancient ceremonies. This is the second year that Brother McRoberts has been elected to this honorable position, and speaks well for his conduct in the chair . during the past 12 months. .. After the W.M. had taken his seat he - installed his officers as follows : — :Bros.' J. Healing, S.W.; H. Evans, J.W.; H. W. Edwards, Treas.; J. L. Waters, Sec.; .W. M: Thomas, 5 S.D.; C. W. Baylis, J.D.; E. G. Iariol|i;.; EG ; J.T. Taylor, O.G.; J. White fl'hclJ: Napierj^tewai^ls. ' ijBro. J. L. Campbell, S.W. Carnarvon Lodge,' Bowral, : filled the S.Wr chair during , theevening. ._? , j ; About half-past 9 an adjo...

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Moss Vale Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

Moss Vale Notes. At the. Presbyterian gathering visitors had the pleasure of ilea ring Miss Liddle sing. As an enthusiastic German remarked, ' it was the voice of a liddle angel.' During the evening several ladies were greatly disturlwd by the presence of a huge spider, whose legs reminded one of the First regiment of Life Guards. It appeared tc- be practising sprint running for a hundred inches, much to the horror of those who ob served it. The Manse appears to have a romance at tached to it, it's decorations having beei) brought ahout by the work of several ladies. , ? We quite agree with one able speaker, , who believes in calling a spade a spade, yet Jn speaking of ' women ' we de not hold to the word ' female ' being used. As it ^em braces animals ad LIB it is far from compli inentaiy.. Mr. Shorter's. speech upon the financial ? report was undoubtedly witty, though rather too satirical to the idea of many. Uninten tionally so, we cannot but think, ' Musketry course reflecting c...

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Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

Concert. At Sutton Forest on Tuesday Inst, a concert was held in the Church of England School room, and passed off with much &lat The lighting and decoration ofthe hall bad been well looked after ; we have never seen this room look1 better. The fact that the major ity. of the audience were ladies— and those, too in evening dress — lent an added charoi. Tlie benevolent lady who promoted the~*fen-. teilairmieiit seem to have been indefatigable in her efforts, aud the result must hayp been j satisfactory to her and to the friends' who nftmes.Ol.tgO'i'iiee'rti aou it sufficiently observable .that the jmgwmtiiei was a thoroughly select one from st&t :.to' finish. Miss Waller sang, 'Tlie anf^l «t' the window,' and ' Tit for Tot,' (encored) ; Mies JR.. Nicholson, and Miss Barnier £ang the duet 'List to the Convent Bells';; Mrs. Ponder sang Golderi LoVe' ' and. ' Carissima ' ; Mr. A. A. Shorter 'sang ' A Sailor's Life,' ' Good Company,' ' TeU her 1 I love her -so,' aqd 'The ...

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Concert at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

[?] [?] [?] fine futtbeh'on flUnwty V ad. feel lilsl «|iW^« .'iMs'-the ; wfl&fcion i * itiwncjwilib * Ks^asfoti^yMdliierateholiave iraSiv^aiar ?U '? antic reception at tbe hands of'R f?; V V GpdclW my boy, fe ?% ' |»jr(H«« .Wrflwr^ £y., alter.' which Mr, j^fes^l^yle^Uoy^W^ij pSk * ttissis feoben ^ la^^MdfeoiiWyi^TlieAfiiidln the Haip, ' went i^KSj^^UitwijendoiiB irecill fortheirefifediual rend. ^^^|!(i^'i-^!I|ie:H«ddng Bird. ' /The violin « jjirdike sounds coming from f ' J-\' *JiO nipretentiouB-loblnng Mtrtiment. : Mr. O'HaUoranjHien 'iwfig'f1 'The'1 ^/Vagabond, and '?? 1 * liadbuteighloenpferice '.wor'r very unammotis v/ %ncore.;flei^turneaind «-ng '!-) you {(iris.' ? ' : Mies Dohe'rty contributed.' JSorah - Acushla' 1 l-v tvnuest S and this selection showed off the purity aad h^tfty bf lier voico to perfection. Bhe wasinuohapplfl.uded and presented with a ; : ' charming bouqurt^^lier -retirement Bo ?:» ' pleted the programme,,, Thecompanythen as J . semMed tAd'sang^'lCpa ...

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Presbyterian Church, Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

Presbyterian Church, Moss Vale. Upon Wednesday last a very pleasant gath ering took place, it being the Annual Con gregational meeting of the church. A tea at 6 30 p. m. was ready for those who cared for a brew of real ' Gunpowder, ' intermixed with a suspicion of the famed ' Bohea. ' Mr. Ager having contracted for the provid ing of the tea, provided the same in a man ner that reflected the usual credit upon his arrangements. A very pleasant hour and a half was then spent by those present, ? which hrnimlif Hip hnnr nf S nVlncL: nil Innniiie.lflv wlien the real business of the gathering was entered into. A Hymn, 'Peace, perfect peace, ' opened the proceedings, after which the pastor ( Rev. 11. Jennings) offered up a prayer, after which the reverend gentleman made brief reference to the nature of these gatherings. It was, as those present were aware, to hear i end the var ious reports, etc., connected with the church, lie might, he felt, congintulate himself and the church geiier.illy...

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Robertson Police Court. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16TH, 1889. BEFORE Messrs. W. Moses, W. R. Hindmarsh, sen., and Captain Walters, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

Robertson Poiicc Court. | Satdrdav Pejsru.'.ky IOtii, 1889. Before Messrs, IV. W. B. Hind Di&fsli, sell., aud Captain Walters. J 1'. ?Tolm Ebbs, aced 17 vcm \v:u- charged thbt.lte did on Wednesday the ll'l.li iusl-mt, . unlawfully appropriate a knife and s )ni3 tnW-3- tile property of Jolm Curtis, fitmi tliu liobci-ts6n Batter Fac tory. ; Poliac-Constablo Saunders deposed that upon J receiving information ho proceeded to 1'hoasaut Ground, where lie apprehended the prisoner. In answer to tlie charge lio admitted talking the thincs. Coy., ou oath, stated that lie was working at the Factory on Wednesday evening ; had occasion to' go to another part of tlie premises, and upon re turning after about 6ve minutes absence found that the knife mid tobncco which he had left on tlie oSice table were gone ; made enquiries front those about, aud from information received went after the prisoner, who lie found by the saw bonch iu another part of tlie building ; be spoke iu his hcai ? ing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

fruit Trees/ Frnit Trees. Act, kindsof bbuit » ornamental ? * Alto a - 1 1 ?. 1 ' jjbgesQUamhty of bulbs, U tiy, of the ValleJ'.t and andKept iaOrdir. H. & 30 M BEE, ? Frnlterer.'Nnraerynian and Seedsman, ??'???'? Bong Bongjtreet, flpyrral ... 4, Fleming, BUfciDEB AND OON3TB AOTOB, ' : IS. JL ftOTfy Banto-thsuk'the public foi* buatneM favours itnc* Ws Br-tfiioeMart,andto t i ,'jBoU4t)Poltiier.-I,atron«gev . ^»y:rni*ff,Pfrt»fa-«t Bnin, Pollard, Maise, Otis, Prices. Kailai Hold, IMttagong. XWJ-TWi/. .i?»;» : ::!»-» -*-?» ?-?» « . PROPRIETRESS. ^v. j^fijwiniliiiinp: , Commercials will find . , vew oo&veiileace, Telegrams '-... attended „ on B3re* blinds Wines. Spirits. 7; ijitid Beer kept in stock. - '? mHB iilttagohij ftoklmlnlntt Coinpahy, limited, ^S^1aDw»rtp(ti»d tojdeilFprlMgi and «msll ^uttitlty. . 0td»r* promptly mUanaad .«b.fA Sbedaliunogemetita .mide with Wgi coiuttniera. ;?. Apply, 'WT^. yjlpM,A8,'8ole Sgeat, Mttagong. ip 'UtodTiaings.' A N Australasian journa...

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"Natalie." CHAPTER 1ST.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

[?] [?] r ' ekkPTER lW.^COKTmCED. [?] [?] [?] ? ' ArSu^«^'ff *-foj;» fa jwrieirttl with hisjbver Oiiitheevfen- 'hammock a»d&n?inf? bfertel? ? - rt^deo Wo1to^p»tb^l1ILVlllSy.etJ' fexcltr - ^ 1£ronl ^ «huui h*- b^Mm^thiBUpbyr ir^ttklt/'imsworod Aaay,'Ifeelsur© - ^i^ail&p ISm. Natalie, to is a fine fellow . Inever met ft man I liked bo mnoh, and .''. : ; .tiioiiidi lie has only been here a month or bo . «Ob apiae me Andy,' interrupted the, f 'jnri latiriuiQKi '' tfouhave occupied the Ustj o£jw liour in descabinK this hair in the middle or not, and what- colour neckties lie wea^ arid T: am consumed with ab?ietjr ion these points.' '' And jr laughed, he always did langb, this toll sunburnt young squatter at the ud merciful quizzing of this small, cousin who ruled him witll'a tod of ironjisTom said since she wat in long clothes. .', */.D(d I gusli to such an .'extent as all that ??' Ije asked, .' that is something un .usual for me is'nt it t but wait uuttt you haveseen him...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

BIRTH. JOHNSON. — On 12 Februaiy, 1889, at her resi dence, Moree, Mr^ J. H. Johnson of a daughter. DEATH. O'HYRNE.— Died at Wagga Wagpi. on 12fch February, 1869, William Francis l'atrick, eccoud son of Gerald O'Byruc, fortified by the rites of the Church. Muy his soul rest iu peace. THE MJTHEM MAIL' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 1889. i

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