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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

Wanted. 'TITANTED for. .the Prince ? of ' Wales ? G. M. »T Co., a Competent HORSE DRIVER. '. Apply to W. TANKER, Jr., Manager. PRELIMINARY JfOTIOE. A GRAND VOGAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT will.be giv-sn in the Academy „ of Music, OCarcoar, .by the members of the ; JJlayney Musical Society, in aid of the Wesleyan ,? Parsonage, Blayney, on an early date. Particulars will appear in a, future issue. A. J. NEWLIMG, Hon. Sec. ; tOa Wednesday Nest, _ 15th Instant, At 12 o'clock. ANNANDALE SAIjE_ YAJODS, JUuAYNEy. MAJJSIL& TAPP JKill sell by. auction, as above, 4 fk HEAD PRIME CATTLE, also Well-bred -*fc V FILLIES from the CowraJ-istrHst. HOg, BITTERS ? ,ABE THE jl iPOEEST, ANO -BEST, ''.MEDICBSTE*' EVER .MADE. They are compiled from , Hops, Buchu, Mandrake (Fodophyllin), **nd ? Dandelion. The Oldest, Best,.;Ciost JBeEGwne(3,'«.nd Valu able Medicines in the World, , and in ; addition contain all the best, and, most effective curative . properties of all other bitters, being the great...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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EPITOME OF GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

EPITOME OF GENERAL NEWS. (From our Exchanges.) A man was arrested in Sydney on a charge of drunkenness had on She person £120. Earl Dufferin proceeds to Cairo to conduct negotiations for the settbment of Egyptian ..affairs. The Rev. Hensy 'H. 'Gaud, Wesleyan Minister, stationed .tat Parramatta died on Monday last ^Deceased was at one tune President of the Wesleymi Conference. .He -was stationed at Bathurs4- 22 (years -ago. The health of the Archbishop otlCanter 'bury is.fio impaired as to render the ( ?efficient discharge -sl his duties all but impossible, and it is expected that he will resign the primacy of the Church of England. M'Gaun, convicted of the murder Smith atln.vere.il, is to be executed on the 22nd instant at Armidale. Permission to. allow the remains of Charles iKickham, the Fenian, to remain in the Catliedral of Thurles was refused, and no priest.attended the. funeral ceremony. Patrick Walsh, hanged at Galway ior ttve .murder of Patrick Lytton, .protested i-his in no...

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CARCOAR SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1882. (Before N. Connolly, H. Glasson, W. H. Platt, Esqs., Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

CARCOAR SMALL DEBTS COURT. r Tuesday, November 14, 1882. (Before N. Connolly, H. Glasson, W. .G. Platt, Esob., Ja.P.) W. K. Nesbitt v. James Woodward. — Claim for £10, for goods supplied. .Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed wiblv«osts. J. M. Cttllen v. C. FJynn.— Clai-n for £5 7s .Gd., for goods supplied. Mr Dodd for plaintiff. Flynn had givea an order on paid. Verdict for amount claimed with costs. Callen v. Moot e.— Claim for £6 3i. kVerdict for plaintiff. J. N. Corry v. HcCormack. — John Fagan, garnishee. This was a proceeding under the Garnishes Act. Mr John Fagan .was euui moned to show cause why he should not pay to Mr Corr.y the sum of £7 . Is owing by him to the defendant. Mr Fugan did not appear and the Bench made the order against him.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

CA^C'O':; M.'i-J.S.SIS.;- Dinrtl-:.'!. j O tLo j.iv;rilE:ilC '.(.I1.::, t'KimiltL'il ..-.'I 'I,..- ', !.a inst. | ]. N.il.l 'f lut-HSiM;, oifTJ nf lldi-W, ail.; loulity ; i J.ihu ii-n-.-. ll.yal l!...t!, Uclubn!»-st.-i-/, Ob. ?? ?'.!' i.Virii ::.;ii i,; ?:. !:!!???-?. lilting. n---i fur- ! ?.iiiilli: t-'mi-i. H.,\v :i-c:H.a-.-i j.r.ij^e-- co:1.- -, .:.i--. ?: :??..-!:; ;.r,-. it i;i-;:i1hs, i-b?.i-.ic:cr r.' I V«r?.-Mf i--('--M'!'v::;- unit- fin,,), iltruwks : : Xiii- ?,.:'.?: ny -i :'..-;v jir-.iuiseb is in a vi'iy ? i-ii'.g ''-jus stalv. s.r,J a disgrao: I., iu bo'-:i ?-( this 1 1.-: -; : it sh 'ulit l-e ropaired, ' -JiMi-'Bof l:ceii«ue, sign vt house, .und 'ocslity ' Jnhn ;-i. C.-Uier, Oodib: ?cwl Hg!-;1, iieluhuia diset, OHrco^ir. Condf.'-'-i nf pre:tiises, fitting-, ji'j.1 furniture: Goml. '.- w liuenseci |-rer'i-ys ?' -inductea liarin?^ ~:ast i- :n-'-nlu£, cJisl'IlIit of jji.'si'i'.E fi-'-o'iBii.:'!g aaiue : (ioir-I. l'\i^.j.K- : ?J.'hodu^ri'i'iisfi i;. ??? the requirn ijic.'i...

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CARCOAR LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1882. (Before N. Connolly, Esq., L.M., and H. Glasson and W. H. Platt, Esqe., Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

CARCOAR LICENSING COURT. Toesday, November 7, 1882. {Before N. Connolly, Esq., LM., and H. Glasson and W. H. Plfttt, Esqs., Js.P.) The Inspector laid before the Court his report as -to the- condition of the licensed houses within the district. A meeting of the Court was fixed for Saturday, the 26tli instant, for the purpose of considering any applications for the extension of time for making the necessary improve ments required by the Act. The Inspector intimated that he would oppose all applications by publicans whose improvements were not on a fair way towards completion. Mr Dodd, on behalf of James ML Simmons, Post -Office Hotel, Tuena. and Charles. S. Kelley, Balmoral Hotel, Mount McDonald,, applied for , permission, to have music and dancing on the night of the 9th November.. Xhe Court refused the application and stated that they would permit music and dancing only *upon special occassions such -as race meetings,^ agricultural shoves, and tli6 like, and then only when the hall....

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MOUNT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

MOUNT.MACQUARIE. (fkom our couhespoxdent.) AiJilison. in one of his instructive pwnprs in the '-Spectator,' No. 505, observes, ' The f«;ir of Hiiy future difficulties or misfortunes is ho natural -« tUe «\iud, tUat weve a man's 6orrowg and disquietudes summed up «C the eud of .iiie 3ife, it would generally be found thai!, he Ji«d s.iflered more from the appre he«s»Iona of such pvils its never happened to him, t!han from those evils which lmd realty befallen him.' This observation of Addison lias been remarkably exemplified lately. Men, all over this colony and in Victoria, with elongated and iugubiiouR villages, have been disquieting themselves and imagining all kinds of evils — that there would lie a pro tracted season of dry weather, during which the crops would not come to maturity, but would die in the ground ; that sheep and cattle would peris!: by thousands for want of grass and water;; and that farmers and graziers would, in -consequence, sufler gient pecuniary losa. This was...

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LECTURE ON ALCOHOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

? LECTURE ON ALCOHOL. 'On 'Monday evening last, the Rer. G. Thompson -delivered a lecture on Alcohol, in the Academy of Music, Carcoar, in connection with Eureka Lodge, No. 330, 1.O.0-JT. There was a good attendance, and the lecturer was at,tant.iv«lv liotened to . throughout. .Mr W. A-.Mason, W.C.T. -of th« Lodge, occupied the chair, and introduced the lecturer, who said he-fpoke not only for the benefit of totaj abstainers, but also. for the benefit of those wiiotdfink and thought' they ought to drink. He would not draw. upon his own originality, but would merely arrange an array of well atteoted fnots in suoh a .way that they -would; be more effective in helping the temperance -Ctt'i^e, and then . leave them to form their -own. opinions whun they hud weighed those faotsiu the balance of *Ueiv own private. judg- ment. He Btatod.'tlmt both sacred and pro-' fane * history were ...fruitful when dealing -with this- subject, *ad that previous to this century there had been -ninny insta...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

LONDON, Thursday. Mr (Gladstone states that the defeat of the Parliamentary Procedure Bill would be disastrous to the best interests of Ireland. He favors liberal measures and local govern ment ior Ireland. The Sultan denies authorizing iany letters conniving at or countenancing the recent insurrection in Egypt. ? The late lighting at Sudaafcasturned outadverse to the Egyptians.

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[?]RING OF [?] CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

.IHISOK UP V'.-il»' B'HT?1 i»AV. CUK.'KJii1 ^JATOH. A cvickm iivitcr. wa-* ;.'ayei3 on lii:- Caf'''ir j Crickc!- - ?'.' 'iiii'i oii Thir.jdaj' last, betft'ton i Le . Caroor..' anil Oraii^t t^ama. -Thy weather. w:.j ' fpi(-i)iJi ?', Ri!;' itieio M-i'.s a good ittmi.'anse t.f j suuctKi'.^'v \'*ar.t i-f ^pHue cons: .'.' n; to , rt:'rsir. ft.jii' :? ing a full rep'.irt uf i-\o iii.-il ?!-, j wickets and one run. ilhe follawmg are the scores : — Oiakge— First Innings. W. All worth, 1 b w, b J. Marsh ... .10 H. llotton, b Salway .... ... « . S. Bichardson, b Salway ... ... 0 Kobertsom, run out ... ... *2 J. Booth, o L. Biddulph, b Ousby ... 14 ? G. Dunsford, b W. Marsh ? 11 McKay, c J. Marsh, b Ousby .... 0 . Bromielow, b Ousby ... ... 0 . McNamara, b Ousby .... ... 0 Elwin, b Ousby ... ... ... 0 Murphy, not out ... . ... ... 6 Sundries .... ... ? 11 ' Total ... „. ... ... 54 ? Cascoak.— Firet Innings. ' G. Marsh, b llotton ? 3 . J. Mirsb, c Allworth, bJiottua ...10 W. Ousby, «an out... ....

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, falDAY. The Hon. Ivo Bligh has had his hand seriously injured aud will be unable to play for some time. Another officer of a Sydney Friendly Society .bolted with the funds of the Society D^lnuil.'J -.mi.4.1*,.-. tii.nwiJ J.1.A d^n'l^^A.. O|J1C11ULU wenuuei lavwcu uilt? Aiuiiuaj yesterday. AJ1 the places of public resort were largely attended. At (the Balniain Begatta yesterday (the All Comers* Race, in wager boats, -was won by Layeock, Trickett 2, Perkins 3. The AH Comers' Race, in light skiffs, was won iby McDonald, Clifford 2, Solomon 3.

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TEAMEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

-TEAMEBTINGS. '.Theusual. Anniversary teameeting .in connec tion .with St. .Peter's Church, Shaw, took place «n this date, and, we hear, was a success. The epreadiwas one of the best ever provided at Shavr, arid, die day being all that could be desired, there was a good attendance. ?A teameeting wae also arranged do take place fit.Hnndurama, and .we are informed that there was a- very good attendance, and - that it passed off successfully. Mr Alison, .the theatrical agent, is part owner of Assyrian, winner, of the Melbourne Cup. ' He won. £4000 on the horse. The 'death is announced of Mr James Greenwood, M.A., at his residence Padding ton on Sunday night, the deceased gentleman was 44 years of age.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

O. FLEMINGS Co. (LATE N. 13ORCHA.RDT), 7|)EG to inform the fsaWic of CaYe&ar and .J) District, that they 'have (purchased the ^Business-of Mr & JSoncnARDT, «i*S hope to ^receive* faanstetrctlfipatrouRg*'. O. R and Oo. -have on 'hand a Graud As sortment of Fashionable -G«ikl aud Silver 'fl'ewellery, and -3old *nd Silver Watches of ?every description. All Watch WfipjSrsniml Jewellery Jobs done on the Promises in a Workmanlike -Style. J. JOSFJPHteON. Manager Adelaide Street, Blayncy. iSOTlOJi-TO ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISERS wishing any alteration mode in their advertisements arc informed that a copy of tmth alteration must be lodged 'in our office hy Nut-N ON THURSDAY to insure the alteration being made in the next issue, and all fresh Advertisements are requested to be handed in 'before -NOON oa FRIDAY tn Rucui'e insertion. She Gatcaau Chronicle AND BLACTEtf & 'OOWRA GAZETTE. VilR THK INJURY OF N1NR, FOR THE GOOD OF ALL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

Australian Mutual .Firo Insurance ?^ * Society. ((Established 1872.) CAVIT At, £100,000. , : ?With power to iucrease to £1,000,000. f Bowes— 20 per cent, paid annually. for tjjfi (Jaat : 9 years. .DIRECTORS ; .Horn John Sutherland, M.L.C., Qbairman. William HezMt, Esq., M.P. , ?William Day, Esq. I John Wetherell, Esq.: Aldepnan James Gj^^.P^,!1JW!1 . ;, MANAGER: ^ Walter Church! rTiilRST Pire Society established in the colony on ?3} the Mutual Principles, giving policy-holders '.'back part of their premiums as a cash-bonus out of ,tte proBts every year. Policy-holder* are perfectly free by law f mm ^11 liability. , i Fifteen days grace allowed for payment . of1,, ,ienewal premiums. Prompt and liberal settlements for fires. ; Damage by lightning and explosions by gas paid. '.Fire Insurances at Lowest Rates. Offices j— 184 Pitt-street, Sydney. J. O. DODD, Agent for Carcoar. ' VISITORS TO CAECOAR ' Could not do better than Pay a Visit to the '?? (Court House Hotel, Which is nowLiindert...

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1882. (Before N. Connolly, H. Glasson, and W. H. Platt. Esos. Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

CARCOAR POLICE COURT. ; Tuesday, November 7, 1882. (Before N. Connolly, H. Glasson, andW. H. Platt Esos.. .Ta.P 1 Chin Hong v. E. Sargent. — Defendant was charged with keeping a dog which attacked complainant on ? the ? public .'highway, to wit the Balhurst Road. Mr North appeared ? for defendant. The case was dismifiseci, without costs, the Bench- stating they had only to deal witu the evidence ot Miss Sargeat and tue Chinaman, and had no reason to doubt the former, who swore that the Chinaman had left the road and- was- within, five yards of the house.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Concert. — The Blayney Musical Society; is - about to give shortly a graud vocal and instru mental concert at Carcoar, in aid «f «the tWes leyan Parsonage, Blayney. .The (.programme ?will be an excellent one, most -of the -songs are ?of very high merit, aud .ss«it«s not often we have such a treat, a .gocfi. iiiouse is fully ex pected. Snxkes. — These TefJiiks^Te now on the move -and appear to be very .numerous. On Tuesday .morning a. large lone/fvas .killed just as it was entering the bar'of Mr George BoxhaU's hotel. One of 'Obi local ?eolietors, who is somewhat nervous in the {presence of snakes, received rather « severe shock .at the- sight of this reptile, .and bis aervouB system-was agitated to such .tan extent, us to cause Jiin: to jump from four to five feet high to avoid coming in contact with it. Another snake was killed in the paddock in front of the hospital the sauie day. On Thursday aftenwon -last, a large snake was-ahot on the verandah at the res...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 November 1882

TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT CUM FLAT, ABERCROMBIE RIVER, IHE THOROUGHBRED HORSE, U R A_N U S. TTBANUS is a chestnut borne, 6 years old j Sire \J Trump Card, dam Uua. Una by Protector (imp.), from Young Sylph t-y ?Gil Bias (imp.), from Sylph by Hadji Baba (imp. Arab), from Zillah by Skeleton (imp.), from Lucy ; by Hotspur. Bred by Australian Agricultural - 'Company. Trump Card by Kelpie (imp.) out of Queen of Trumps, by Dover (imp.) out of Taseino, by Toss ?(imp.) out of Penelope (imp.), by Phantom oat of a Woeful mare. Took first prize far racial blood at Burrawang, WertGamden. TEEMS: Single Mare ? £3 3. Two or more (same owner) ? £3 0. A good, secure, well-watered paddock. Every | *«a*e taken, but no responsibility incurred. i All mares to be paid for and removed on or faetee the 1st January, 1882. J. H. HOWARD. M. W. PASCOE'S ENTIRE HOESES WILL STAND AS FOLtOWS :— BROWN PRINCE AT MOUNT MACQUARIE. Young Thunderbolt ':* *fv at MACQUARIE PLAINS. TERMS: '{Mares broughbeveryointh day and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 November 1882

Jt at Jb J£ CARCOAR ATHLETIC SPOETS ? TO TAKE.H.A.CE ON :N,EW YEAR'S DAY, ..JjLNBAKV.lSJ1, 1883. PROGRAMME. »Cirst Event.— -Maiden Psato of ,£l ; eecondl prize, 58, Distance, 100 yards. ! ^.Second Eaent.-^EiRST, Division oethe New ' Yeae's JDAViJHANWCAr of £20, to be run in three, divisions of. 100, 150, and .200 yards; .second man to receive £3, and third man £2 from the prize. ; Third 'Event — Three Standing Jumps. First prisp, 15s. ; second .prize, 5s. i fourth Event. — Boys' Handicap of : 100 yards. First prize, 15$ ; second, prize,, 5s. : For bovs underi 1G years, i fifth Event — Second Division oewhe N«w Year's Da? Handicap. Sixth Event— BuNNiHsi High Jim?. JTirst prizo, £% ; second prize, 10s. , Seventh Event.— Bov1 Race, 100 yards ; for boys under 12 years, j First prize, JGs; second ptwe,;3s ; .third prize,- 2b. .To ho handieapped. Eighth Event. — TniRD Division ofthe New Year's Day Handicap. Ninth Event. — Hop . Step .and Jjjw. First prize, £1 ; second prize, 5s. ? Tenth E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 November 1882

| .To the Eleotoro of Ji.o Electors ! District of CarcfifiJ. / '——— \ T THE UNDERSIGNED, iReturnin] I ?*?' Officer 'for 'the .Electoral District e Csreoar, do hereby give, not ice that a PUBLIC MEETING QF THE ELECTOR! { WILL BE JSBLD AT THE lCouet house;, carcoar, .ON SATURDAY, THE fiEOOND DAY -OI .DECEMBER, ,1882, At Noon, FOR THE PURPOSE OF NOMINATING TWO MEMBEiRJ To serve in the Legislative Assembly of New Soutl Wales, for the Electoral District of Carcoar, And -in the event of .more than twi candidates being ^proposed and a poll de mantled, the POLLING DAY .W1LL.EE ON WEDNESDAY, THE SIXTH DAY (01 DECEMBER, 1882, Prom. 8 o'clock a.m. till 4 o'clock p.m. The Poll will be taken at .the following places:: — BIGG A ? Mr McGuinnr-ss' Residence BTJRRAGA ... Hendley & Edgely's Sto« BANG BANG ? Green's Hota BACK CREEK..... ? drivers' Hote BINWA. ? :Blake's Hotel BLAYNEY ? C«wrt House BROWN'S CREEK ? Gnode's Hotel COWRA ? Court Hous- CAUCOARu ? .Court House CANOWOSTDRA. ? Finnk St...

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CARCOAR DISTRICT COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11th 1882. (Before His Honor Mr District Court Judge Cansdell) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 November 1882

OARCOAR ItfSTitlCT COURT. &VTORDAX, iNoVEMBER lllh 1882' (Before His Honor Mr District Court Judge ^Cansdell.) ?Glasson v. Goode. — Messrs McLaclilau and Dodd for tho plaintiff; Messrs Dwyer and Hellyer for the defendant. Jury — Messrs MoFadden, Quinn, Poole, and Neale. This was a claim for L2G 10s for wrongful conversion of six bead of cattle. plaintiff and called W. GiasBon, wJio deposed : I am a grazier residing -at Blayney ; on tbe 18th November, J881, I ^purchased from Palmer Brothers, acting tfor Mib Molloy, thirteen head of cattle, as .sbowtn by receipt produced.; tbe cattle were left in Mrs Molloy's paddock at my risk and ia my possession ; T removed some of tbe cattle to my own place.; Mrs 3kyliss' son assisted in the removal ; the six head removed - formed part of the cuttle purchased by me ; I went to Goode's place and saw -Jive head of my cattle, four steers and ons cow ;i I spoke to Goode ; I told him I had ?missed some cattle, and asked him where 'he bad got th...

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INQUEST AT BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 November 1882

INQUEST AT BLAYNEY!. An inquest was hold before the District Coroner (J. O. Dodd, Esq., J.P.) on Monday last, at -the CosmopoUt&n-Hotel, lilayney, teaching the death of Stestien -Buttarly, wheu the following evideaee was adduced : — Albert Ernest Gibson deposed : S am a constable vi police stationed «t ouyaey, -aooue -ii ocivvit. this- morning Mr ?'Dhomas Brain, station-master at' the Blsyney railway station, cunt- to Hie /police fltataon and reported that a man bad been ?killed ; I went down and saw the body ; it was lying in tbe WfiitiDg-room ; 'I recognized the body --as 'that of one Stephen ?Biittmrly, whom i bad^nown for nomeSew montfas -pteviuusly ; Dr Criffithe was m attendance ; herpronounced life te be extinct and! then searched tbc body and in the pockets of deceased's clothes I found £3 10s -id iniaoney*ud a puree, together witli enme photographs, a- knife, tobacco poucb, and watch chain ; -1 had the 'body conveyed to Mr ^Vatsou's hotel, where it- now ?Heb ; I had...

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