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CANDIDATES FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

CANDIDATES TOR THE LEGISLATIVE' v ASSEMBLY. . . i no.or .... CoNSTITUKNCISI.. AlE&IDXns). Braidwood . 1 ? .... Canterbury .......... 1 «.. Central Cumberland ... t -, TboOlebo. 1 Northumberland . 1 Hartley. I Tho Hawkesbury ...... 9 The Hunter. 1 The Upper Hunter ... . 1 ' Liverpool Plains......... 1 East Maitland 1 West Maitland 1 Morpeth':. 1 Mudgee. 1 The Nepean. t Patrick's Plains. 1, Gold Fields, : Northern 1 Queanbeyan. t Hastings. I West Sydney. 4 Karelian. Shoalhaven. St. Leonard's . Tho Williams . The Lower Hunter.. Gold Fields, South;. Gwydir. Balranald. Edon. The Wollombi. Wellington. The Bogan i. Windsor. Lower Hunter ......... Illawarra... CANDIDAT»». . + M. Moriarty , t John Lucas,': E. Raper, E. Cowan, fW. Roberts, C. H. Nichols . ? ! . James Murphy ' < .. til. M. Oxley, John Douglas, , John Morrice, E. L. Moore . t J. C. Laycock, f J. H. Atkin son, Allan Macpherson, tJames 8. Farnell, David ; licll ' . W. Cover. W. P. Moffat, Geoffrey Eagar, T. W. ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE WAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

... '.\':.': 'THE WACKES. . \'.;. j j "So ho'has actually hid a wager tlint he willrosxrvme .liàfore wo start for Scarborough. One, tiro, nearly three months," said Mrs Dayton, lcnning back on thenofa and laughing merrily. ?" iii, mc ! he has mistaken me. ] I have' lind chough of matrimony, "and my present life of .freedom suiríi mo." . '.- i j , ",1 "admire «mn's impudence," 'said Tier companion, ?Mrs' Grantley" Harrington; . "Ho has never even «(¡eu you yet, hon he?" ' ' . . ? ; j " No. ''Toll nie exactly."how it happened.". ' j ..] ."Certainly.. Grantloy. invited HIB cousin,-.Horry Vaughan, afr' George' Coats, and this wresistahlo'Honlce. '(?ooiro to 'dino -with him yesterday. After presiding ¡at dinner,. I, of . couran, left the table after docscrt ¡ about, .on hourlarur, Ï was passing tíirough tho hall, Whan' I " heard Mr"Çooltb say- j " 'Sotthis bliarming w!dow¿ Mrs.Dayton, has vowed, " never to marry again. I want a; wife,; and;from your, description T.think sho will suit me....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

WANTED DY THE 1ST JANUARY, 1861. TWO INTELLIGENT BOYS to dehvor BM* Lift in Sydney and tho suburbs' ovory Saturday morning. Each will bo provided with a pony, and a suitable uni- form, Application to bo mado nt th¡B ofllce. Security will bo required. PICKERING & NICHOLS. _TO PRINTERS AND OTHERS« ' FIVE or SIX HUNDRED POUNDS good second- hand BREVIER. . To bo sold cheap for CASH. Apply nt the office of this papor. _?_ ¿QPLKNDID COLORED ENGRAVINGS ¡OF O " ZOE," with pedigree nnd porfonnoncos, on boord for framing, to bo lwd nt tliis office ; price 6s; Com- mission allowod to Country agonta and Stationers, ¡- t- ? :J , i ? ? ... . ¡ ? rpÓ QOME OFF. oil tho 2Óth and S7thi of. December, ?"'L ' -instant, 18G0. .; . 7. : i, ; j '' ?','.'.'.< . JODOK-Mr Ilonry Tfnu, gera, .',"',;""; j . .'Ci^nK OF Tris CotfnsE-Mr, James Eran's " . ' . VSEOHOTABT and TiiB^sróER-Mr W.'H. Wood. , '''STEWÁUDS-Mr J.'-.T. Hydn; Biohard Alcorn; JVC. . ' Wascoe; William Allori; . , . First llacï)...

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RAYMOND AND CO'S STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

RAYMOND AND CO'S 8TQ0K AND STATION REPORT. I Fat Cattle.-No alteration to notice In thia market, the supply contlnuea abundant. Prime worth only £4 1 Os : second quality £2 13»to£J. -, Fat Sheep.-First class sheep with wool ort, are fetching; .from ISs to 10s UU ; first class shorn, 14a Cd : second class, 12s to 13« Sd. Store Cattle.-No Improvement to notice In (tie prices offered for stock of thia description. We quote .well bred lota, mixed sexes, deliverable on the station, 38s to 40s ; nil bullocks. 55s to fi Os. Deliverable st Deniliquin, mixed lots, :7s to COs ; all bullocks, 75s. 8tore äheep.-Tho principal demand is for young breeding ewes, for stocking new run» in thc northern districts, for which the de- mand ls considerable. We quote them nt from Ila Cd to Us. Wethers which are not so much enquired for, wo quote from 10s to Us Gd. Horses.-Prices remain very firm for really good serviceable horses ; inferior, with which the market has been over supplied arc unsaleable. Stat...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

; TH e TU RF: ' , .NoTwiTHSTANPiNo that we treated our'readers t< I nothing in the shape of racing hews last . week, w< ] haye but a meagre bill of fare for them this.' Th< , return of sport at' . Breeza will be found below ' arid will tell its'own tale. No nags of note ap : pear ,to have contended there,' and wc have no w ; tc ,- await Liverpool, .where we shall no doubt see £ ! few real live race horses. : We are n°t ..in a posi- tion to tell our subscribers much about the horses I likely to show at Liverpool, but ? we will rake; up ' and ascertain not a few. particulars before our nexl ' issue. : ' We have no late, news from Victoria ex , cept the telegraphic summary of two days racing I at Castlemaine. This being the off week ° of, the j Monday steamer 'from Melbourne, the last Vic , toria ". Bell" has not come to hand. From Bath- urst we have most' cheering reports of the "racing ! prospects in the far West. Everything seems favou ' rabie to thi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

CooMi.-A mooting was hold at '".Ward's Australian^ Hotel a short timo ago for tho'pitrp'oso 'of making ar- rangements for tho continuance of tho animal Goonin Uncos. Tlic mooting iras unanimously and respectably attended, most of tho loading men and' sportsman of : tho district being present. It iras arranged" that'"tho races should como otr on tho 17th March next, as formerly being St. Patrick's Day-A- subscription liât was oponod and a largo snm nontributcd, before tho ingoting broko up, towards tho racing fund all tho old stewards, I beliaro, have consuntod to act again. ' Judging from tho 'exhibi- tion of former yonrs and the quality of horso llosh in tho Monaro district, wo confidently ' expect a good turn out. Wo alroady hoar ol' sovoral who havo Bignillod thoir in- tention of sending horses to tho field.' . Advertisements will shortly appear in -BMt Life .and othor papers, Corretpondmoi. FATAX ACCIDENT TO TSB JUCE-HOUSÍÍ Hom Hair. About a fortnight ago this wall known raco-ho...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

ORIGIN AL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FBIÄOW COLONISTS,-In a formor letter I ¿hw your attention to tho 13th clause of Mr Robertson's Land Bill, as connected with tho . present General Election ; "making an .attempt, with what success you ' aro tho best judges, to show, why you 'should not return tho sup- porters of it to tho now Assembly ; and I thon promised .to review other points of tho Ministerial policy. You may remorabor that I designated this much vaunted free selection -before survey ns an immense'swindle, and as it . is my wish, as far os I hove the ability, to show you clearly all tho bearings of tho caso, I. will, beforo pro- ceeding with other points of my argument, givo you somo additional reasons for what I then stated;. I consider this "before survey" outcry to boa swindlo, becauso it is a sham of the basest description; and for tho roUowing.rcanoris ? 1st. It cannot by- possibility be carried »out in its in ' " tcgrity.' ' ..-...! ' 2ndly.-Its...

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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6. [Before Mr. Justice Wise.] THE EXTRAORDINARY BIGAMY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

. . CENTRAL CBDglNAJi ROTTET. 1 L ' TntnisDA.T,"DECKMUKU 6.' ft-'S i [Before, Mr. Justice'AViseJ w " j .. '.THE . EXTBAOSDIITART IBIOASIV. CASB. ? j I William Wnlkor whs.mdictcd for having,' on tho ft' Novomber, 1860, nt Sydhoy,-marricd'ono Jt»sio,:Moivtoi his former wife being then nhvoV ????>'Sàty'<,V - Tlio"prisoner was defended by' Mr.' Martinj'Q; C. ¡ al torn'cy, Mr., W. Roberta. ??? _.'-.>..'..?..'- . " . Tlio Attornoy-Genoral haying stated tho case, called John-Williams, Crown Solicitor, who produced cort floats of ^marriage between prisoner, and Bridget Shani lum .nt Goulburn, on -tho -lOtlr October,,'.1856, and similar.'cortiflcato 'of marriage between'him and Jessi Newton,'nt Sydney,, on thoßth November, 18G0 j tlio came,from tho Registrar-General's office, and wcrosigtid by thntofllcor. , Mr. Martin said thoso were not admissible na eviden« os they woro not truo .copión bf tho'rogistry of..Ow n" riagos ns required by clnusolGth of tho Apt, but were orJi c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

NORTH AUSTRALIAN RA0E«COUBSJ3,. ' IPSWICH). ! ... i.-.í-.v;- -.rtr-lii '? ,WEDÍ*¿8DAT, 29tii day of MAY.i 1801, , .nt ,:.One '., .-o'clock, i- ,,' ;'' ? . :?; , , , Ender the direction:and managotnont of tko Stowards ¡oí th* North Australian Jockoy Club, to net i vntii Stow-,. to oe appointed by each, of tho colonies. : THE QUEENSLAND CHAMPION. . SWEEP STAKES of £100 each, with Ono. Thousand Guineas added, open to.all horses in the Ailatralian, Now, Zealand, and'Tasmanian Colonies ¡ throe miles, one event,\ If throe or moro horses start, the second to . receive Two . jundrcdSoveroignnfrom tho otakosj-iJiethirdhofsotoanre. : i» atato j if only two start, the Booond to snvohis stnjco. - Thewinnor to pay £200 towards tho expenses ? Aniallqw «nce of Slbs. to ail horses arriving from parts beyond ¿lie. Colony within two months from tho dato of the race-!' in-, trancos to be addressed and forwarded to. the undersigned, -Ipswich, on or before the first day of MAEOHj. 1801., Half forfeits' ...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, DECEMBER 8, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

BELL'S; LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, DECEMBER 8, 1860. ; ' THE outcry which has'been raised about "free '»election before survey" is sitnplyintended to serve >.VA* ministerial, purpose, and, having done so, will be .¡.heard no more. ; For " free selection" we have ? ' always been . consistent advocates, believing it Ito 1 lie the real principle upon which the population ',' «an be settled upon" crown lands, and ah impetus given tb industrial pursuits ; but we contend that ibr the security of the selector himself, it is most important that his land should be sutveyed, jin order effectually to prevent those fertile sources of ruinous litigation to which disputed boundaries have ever given rise. Hence, whilst advocating , "" free selection," we consider that' unaccompanied ' '" by survey, it would prove a very doubtful boon to the country. At all events it ;apppars perfectly clear to us that when a selection' of land is made, . its boundaries should be immediately marked out 'by' a Gover...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

LOVE'S TKLKQIIAI'H.-:If a gentleman wanta a ,wifo, h° wears u ring on tho first Unger of tho left hand ¡ ifhe.is engaged, he wears it on tho second finger . if married, on tho third ; and on tho fourth if shu intends to clio a maid. Whona gentleman presents a fhn, flower, .or,trinket to a lady with tho left hand, this, on his. part, is on overture of regard ¡ should «ho.receive it with the lefl'\\àj\ûi, it'ÍB considered as an acceptance of his. esteem, but if with tho right hand, it is a refusal of the^offer. VThus; ^by a few J simple tokens, explained by rule, tho passion of love .is oxprcsscd; and, through tho medium of tho telegraph, tho most timid and diffident man may, without difficulty, cotaiminicnto his soiiHinonts of regard io*a hidy,'and, in casa histoffor-'should bo rcfiis<>d¡'avoid oicperiencing.-tho; mortification pt un explicit; refusal. A IlrvoitoB- CASK.-A divorce caso, under peculiar oircunutmicos, is likely to attract public attention. ;. A huly belon...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. - , ,In the, excitement of the elections all othor considéra- tions hayo hoon forgotten, mid business lias in consequence been exceedingly languid ; in fact tho general remark is "nothing,doing,"and a» far ns appearances go, nothing is likely to bo done. The .efforts, of tho Government to, .aoouro.tho-return only, bf-such candidates as aro their pledged adherents! aro ns earnest as they aro questionable.! Government influence is brought to bear in overy -way likely to tiroinoto tho Ministerial Policy. '? 1 : '.Mr. Warburton, junior, of Pyrmont, was killed on Sunday evening by a fall from his horèo. ''r ?" A' nugget weighing 241bs! is reported tb havo been found at.Kiandra during tho week.. . " ; *; 2500 Yolilntoors wero reviewed on Monday last in Melbourne, by tho Governor. "' '/.'A seamen of tile Collaroy (s), had his thigh broken by , tho breaking of the ship's quarter line. " ; , Tho Hying Kali lias boen tonally wrecked at Port Elliott,South Australia.!- ;...

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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

ROYAL- VIOTORTA. ? v Wantof space for tho last three' wooka has reluctantly' couipollcd us te dispenso with our usual theatrical notices. Since our last return« of things dramatic, a number; of be- nefits liavo taken pince. Mr. Parqúhorson'a^was nunic^ roualy attended, as was that of Mr. SL D. Isanca^ authór of the succossful comedy of Wealth and Worth, vhioh was repeated on tho occasion referred to, and liberally applauded throughout. At tho conclusion of tho piece, tho author was again called for, and in a short hut lulling speech'returned his thanks to the audionco for the lona way in which his comedy had .-boen receivod, and to the company of tho theatre for tho ablo manner hi which they, had socondodhis clforts to please. In this picoe Mr. Kobort Macgowan achieved quito a reputation : his Mick Clonoy .was a .most mastorly porfor niauce.- At the benefit of the last named gentleman, which followed that of Mr. Isaacs, a good house reworded tho exertions of a really clever actor. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

: TO THE ELECTORS OP -CANTERBURY: j GENTLEMEN,-Hnving been reciuostcd, bvmlny" : olfi residents, to become a CANDIDATES "for ¡the representation of,your District . in ? tho. notflitsijehibly, I . have great.pleasure in placing myecTf at your disputai. I may possibly labor under some disadvantages, through being,'what is usually termed, politically untried ; but. I can confidently refer to my past conduct, through 'the many years you hare intimately known- nie, to put; asida, anvsaoh disability. ,. .. -I ..." The present crisis is one which should call forth jail, whohare at heart the welfare of our colony, to tho resouc; and with this'feeling predominating orer all else, T,come; forward unhesitatingly to assist my natiroiand in her' hour of need. I- look not tb-aggrandize myself "; jior am I a candidate for cither pince or pay:; but, should you honor mo with'you» confidt-ucc, I will fearlessly" Btand forth, on the many, measures of importance now boforo the country,, as tho advocate...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 December 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. "THE SEVEN GEAUED BOOTS."--A distinguished looking gentleman, named William Eveans, atired in a fashionably cut Ozonian and a pair of Napoleon boots, which for anything that appeared to the contrary, minght have belonged to the veritable Louis Napoleon himself, was enterede inwards at the C.P.O. on a vulgar suspicion of having acquired the toggery on "free trade" ptin- ciples. Mr Evans, however, witha volubility that   would render him "a fit and proper person" to repre-   sent any enlightened constituency, assured their Wor- ships " on his honor" that he had purchased the articles at Gundagai, from which rural retreat he had just ar-   rived, having performed the journey, in the Napoleons, at the rate of seven leagues per diem. some very incon- venient euquiries established the disagreeable fact that the coat had mysteriously vanished from the shop of Mr Bullard, draper, of George-street, and that the boots had walked off i...

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GOVERNOR WELLER AS A STORY TELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 December 1860

GOYERlîORJTEJalER AS A SIOEr TEILER. j At the Brockinridge Démocratie State Convention, at Sacramento, on the 12th Septemhe-r, Governor Weller, the President cf the Conviction, in the course cf hi-, valedictory address, communicated the following amusing piece of personal liiitory, as reported by the Saeran.i-uto Democrat ; Speaking of the Ohio remind« me of a circumstance illu.-tr:itive of the picjudice» oxi-ting against me in that State. I v>-as goin/ down from BeHcfoiiinine io Spring fiflil one f>iindav muniing. I lind been exhorting the Whi¿s the thiy Wore-invself_and Colonel Bill Alien- to repent«:««*. Coiübig buck "to Springfield from Belle funtame I met a oiu-hoifc leam, in which viere heated three ladies, n*tout boy acting us driver. I asked them if they were going lo Springfield ? 'i hey replied, Yes." '* 'iliat's rather a heavy load for one horse. Suppose one of vou get down and ride with nie." A galhiut man I w11» in those daj »-a younger man than I um now-perhaps a...

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[BY ELECTION TELEGRAPH TO THE S.M.H.] GREAT RIOT AT LAMBING FLAT DIGGINGS. Two Chinamen killed and ten seriously wounded A Vigilance Committee formed-Six Shanties burnt. Wednesday, Yass, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 December 1860

I rBrELECTMC TfclEGBAPH TO TUB S. M. H.] GREAT RIOT AT LAMBING FLAT DIGGINGS. Two Chinamen Mlled and ten seriously wounded -A Vigilance Committee formed-Six Shan- ties bnrnt. Wedncsdav, Tas*. 11 a.m. Ox Monday, 180 ounces arrived in Yass from Lambing Flat. All doing well there. Tho Conimisitioiior and three only of the police are in charge of tho field, and thev were living twelve miles ofT. Owing to no polico protect ion and numerous robberies, a Vigilnnco Committee was formed. Seven hundred diggers, accompanied by a band of music, prooeeded through tho diggings on Saturday and Sunday laBt, and pulled down and burnt six shanties-tho re'sort of thieves. They smashed in a hogshead of rum, and tot fire to it. It was determined by the committee that all thieves should have'their cars cropped. Tho Chinamen Wero driven off, which resulted in tho death of two and tho wonnding often. Great complaints are mado that thora i» no mail to the diggings ; letters have been flvo weeks between Yass...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 December 1860

A SrrEKVDtD RIFLK PHIZE.-The ' Gazette de Cologno' announces for the 1st September, n 'target shooting for rifles, open io ull Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Hol- land, mid England, the prize shot for to bo a villa 'with turrets, a hike, and grotto on the Khine bank, opposite Coblent'z. The French complain of being debarred the chance of winning such a property.

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 December 1860

SPORTING CHRONICLE. oo * RACES? O COME. Liverpool " ...".._... Dec 00th and Sith Emu Pla ni .. Bec _'jlh llanlkham illili Jan 1» 1841 N nh Rlchntuutt _ .. Jauu.ry lit 1861 Walnut _ Jar lit, In I anti 3rd ISS1 OutcUitBa) Jai atti 10 li an lilli Bathurst >ebSlb 6th mid 7 li IsOl Alburj _ "_ lib 1-ih IStri md llih TenUro .. ~ ~ .. MaicU iStli, 1SS1 « vicioi ia Hamilton Itacei ~ " Dec . PI u.hlin Hace« " .. "Dec 20th W armamtool naces " " _ .. Dec 27th and U8th Itournfitld ltacea .. - Ja t lit 1 ppt x Jan .t d renota latees .. Jan t>th and 6th I rllm d lUcei .. Jan 2" i d 21rd and 24th Wa Karatta " " Jan ¿"Jua, 30üi sud J lit QUEEN SLA-SD Queensland Champion bweep.takes if ay £9 ill, 1881 TJSMVMA Third Auatfallaa Champion Sukes .. December 3rd, 1801.

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DREADFUL MURDER OF A YOUNG WOMAN AT ROCKHAMPTON. (From the Guardian, December 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 December 1860

DBEADFUL MURDER OP A YOUNG- WOHA2T AT RCCKHAMPION. CFrom the Guardian, December 1.) A mo t revolting and disgraceful murder 1-as heen dis covered tis liav mg lately oecurred at lloekhanipton. It opj ear» Uiat a >oung woman mimed Taira} Briggs, about twentv 3 cara of age, of considerable personal t ttraction.-. has bien found m a state of decomposition, m Arenera Scrub ßvc nu'es from the town We a-o mtonned fiat Alis» Briggs went up from Svdnev cbout cijitcan mo itl » ago, baring heen u barmaid at the Rovnl Hold, George tree to ftdill a «umbu- situation at Wakefiells Ilotel, Ho k1 amp on bl e ha» re tdid for the hut eight months nhoiX two males from tin. later town nr-d on the morning of Ihj 2id "No omi» r left hei house (no one being there ) and proceeded to t i bttslt for the pur pose of looking for u mob of horse« Ahout three elavs afterward» her friends returned 'o the house, aal found a chiar outside the door bv v hie i site lead mottated the hor>e On pOUig insido thev fou...

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