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Southern Dailg Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely ainne the world began, The foe of tyrant and the friend of man.—Campbell, GOULBURN: MONDAY, JUNE 13. WATER FOR THE BACK BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

ip-grjBiiisi-rEP every morxhstg Truth, ever lovely ainne the world began, Tlie foe of tyrant! and the friend of man.-Camptell, GOULBURN: MONDAY, JUNE 13. WATER FOB THE BACK BLOCKS. The discovery, made by Mr. ABBOTT, of Wingen, and published in a paper Bent by him to the Royal Society, tends to confirm ' the opinion stated by ;ub lately, that there, are vast resources of 'water uuder tlio dry plains in the Darling country and other places of like formation. When Mr. ABBOTT .wast visiting the Darling distriot lately, for the purpose of appraising runs/ he dis-' covered, about'fifteon miles from the Darling river, a well which has some mysterious connection ; with ; 0, system of underground waterways, and contains on apparently in exhaustible.supply of water. : In a; country | "where the grand desideratum which furnishes. ' the key to the development of our vast pastoral, agricultural, and mineral, wealth is an abundant supply of water, the im portance of this discovery is.very great.'...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS. SATURDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

YASS. SATURDAY EVENING. Mr. Yates,-.P.M., proaidod at the police court to-day. There -was only one case, thnt of Eliza Wilson, who, for being drunk and disorderly, was fined 40s. or ssven duys in gaol. v

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Football. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

[ LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Football, Combined Schools v. St. Patrick's Col lege.-On Saturday last a match came off between a team chosen from Dr. Sly's school and a contingent from the Grammar school on the one side, and . tho ,;boya of St. Patrick's college on tho other. Some exoellent play was made on both sides!;, but, the combined proved too strong for the col lege team, and J the reBulv was an, easy vic tory for the forme? by two^ goals and four touch-downs against two touch-downs. cMrt Moon acted bb umpire1; Jardiue captained' for the combined and Fitzpatrick tor-the college, yhe ,following are thi; names of the combined, team,:-Jardjne, Beegling, Rngan, B'. Thompson, Maddrell, 1 Harriss,' ' Hitohenj Massie, Morphy', burner, Hender son, Ohisholm, Oliver, Bennett,1 and'Du'vid son. The college) team included :.* Fitzpat rick, Moloney, Elsmore, ;Maokins,; Clarke, Farroll, Costallo, Kingj 'Scott,' Driscoll,, Skehan,Boliao,Doyle, and Ruby, The play of Beegling, Morphy, Jardine, Drtv...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS] SYDNEY. SATURDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

OUR SPEC!AL TELEGRAMS, | FliOXt OUR OWN COJltlEsl'ONDENTB ] SYDNEY. SATURDAY NIGHT. Thk list of new magistrates whoso appoint- | men t has'been gaze'ted contains the iiamps of Mrbsr*, W. Buvits, S. Emanuel, and W. i S, Foxall, of Goulbum, and li. J. Sherriif, of Porust Lodge, Argyle, Freeh teudors are invited for , the supply of flour lo the Liverpool Asylum, The woman who met with the fatal railway accident at Maodonald-town on Thursday afternoon has been identified., Her name was Ellen Raid. She resided at Newtown, and WHS 64 years of age. An inquest was held and the jury returned a- verdict of accidental death. , Mr. Hosliins, Minister for Mines, is-still seriously indisposed. : Mr, Jorvaulx, manager of the Orange Slaughtering Company's works had a narrow escape from being frozen todeath last week. Having gone into the furthest room for the purpose of inspecting the moat the pressure of air closed the door on him. He was unable to force the door open, and as the machinery was wor...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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An Impudent Robbery [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

An Impudent Robbery Was perpetrated in Sydney the other day. A gentleman named Obaptnan, recently from New?York, left Iris luggage, consisting of three large trunks, on one of the"wharves, intending to put, them, on board a vessel for further travel. ' la his absence, however, a man came down with a van to the wharf, and byi direction of another, oarted away the trunks. " The affair was reported to the police, and on Thursday detective VVilliiims tracked the trunks and a portion of their contents, and apprehended , tbree men iu whose possession he found the property. They were brought before the bench on Friday, and the whole of the property not having been traced, the case was adjourned foraweBk.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news?"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

'NEWS AND NOTES; 'Brief, llistii unil wlwt'i llie nmr«i"-King John, Eclipse of, the raoon last night. The (unions hop bitfars ur'e now being- ex tensively usud ju Sydney. * Furuior and Company pay the Sydney Herald £30. a weak, for a j single-column aris'oi tisomont. Judge McFttrlond nnrroivly escaped the cnstomfiry .'piiir of \vhite gloves at the Yass Quarter Sessions last week. The Victorian Minister of Minos intends framing a regulation preventing Chinese labour on the (nines leased by the Govern ment to European companies, Benior-ooiisltthle J. W. Cade, stationed at' Tarawa, has been appointed to issue miner's rights, business and. mineral licenses, vice constable Trntiey. Mr. George l1'. Barker has been appointed to act as a warden of the Tuiriut and Adelong mining district during the ubsence, on leave, of Mr. George Maunsell. Stormy debates and long sittings ere pre vailing in the''Victorian Assembly. The galloriBB bad to be elearud twine. Mr. James Gorman, V.C.,, has boon ap ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A High Price for a Trotter. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

: A High Price for; a Trotter. Six thousand, dollars, or £1200, is no trifling amountl^tp jpay for ,a trotter ;> but Mr. J. J. Millbr, of'" Consultation" fame over all the Australias, has wired from California to his representative .that he has given the above sum for;a stallion called; Contractor, and .who is a proved performer on the American trottiBg tracks. The animal will soon be in Melbourne^ and then, as the conjurors say," We shall sbe what we' shall see." But I am in a position to add a littlo interesting intelligence about.the horse not yet known in sporting circles. For in stance, -Contractor was not bought in'; San Francisco, as previously statedlnbut,.at Lexington; Kentucky;.in. the very'lieart-of the blue grass region. His pedigree con tains on the side, of both sire,and dam the blood of the' noted. Hambletonian, a strain which runs through most of the best'per formers on the American tracks (Mr. . Faith-'; full's Ajax has this strain); andj moreover, it was through...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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CONSUMED IN THE FLAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

'CONSUMED IN THE I^AIMES. On Tuesday morning a fatal fire broko but on tho premises , of an elderly man named Joseph Tlwuvison who bad reBidod iu ilia ou|sliirta o! the town ol Nowra, Tho house itself was totally consumed, and amongst the smouldering,embers of the wreck were i'uund ihu charred remains of the unfortunate man who met with this frightful death through intumporanco. At tlio inquest hold", on Wednesday, tho following evidence was - t»ken :-. Mary Ann Thomason, deposed : I am the daughter of'Joseph'Thomit»t>n, u shoemaker-' living- at Nowra, ShualhuvuU ; my father ,wns of intemperate, hnbits, aud also . my mother ;, thoy wore druuk" yesterday, ana I. left them in bod nit 10 30 a.m.,; I shut tho door aud went to a neighbour's house ; when there I heard: siime place was on fire, and I found it was their piacb; there" was no fire in the place.when I loft; I cannot say how tho fire originalod; my mother was out of the. house whon I got back; my Iaiher was in tho house when...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Strange Deathrat Gundaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

Strange Deathrat Gundaroo. Senior-constable' Irwin"; reported ,'to ,the coroner . on -' Wednesday ' the1 iinexpecterl;? death that morning of Arthur,' eldest son of Mr. W.-Afflepkj^Ji'E.', ..of;' Ghindaroo.rfThe; deceased v'wasHa,^promising lad, »about years of ag'e," and bad, been ailing--not i seriously, it was, supposed-only for a day, I or so. v'On i,Tuesday, night he wasv somewhat' restless, but slept towards morning, when bis grandfather, who was watching by his bedside, left( him for a few moments.: On returning; he found the lad in> the agonies of ,deat^> .tlDC^ ^e shortly afterwords ex pired; 5; On? being informe/i of thosy.mptoiiisV Dr Morton suid the cause of. death was acute inflammation,of the bowels} and that* an inquest.or post mortem was unnecessary*. Great sympathy is. felt for Mr./Affleck in. his sad boroavoment.--Quea'nbeyan Age;/' ..

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THE CAPTURE OF NED KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

1 ! | THE. .CAPTURE OF NED . ' KELLY. THE following.ovidqnce was given' on Wod notdny before 'the Police Ouintnission of Victoria :-Margarot Keardon, wife. of a platelayer, one of .the persons, captured by the outlaws and detaiiiod iri Jones's Hofctil, said the outlaws oatno to hnr bouse and captured the inmates about 20 minutes past 2 a.m. on the Sunday. Was not in the bar, aud did not aoo'auy drinking, SawNedKully inj the kitchen with Mrs. and Mies J dues; Two of. tbo. othor outla ws were playing cards.. Miss June.'), wiih a rovulvnr in her hands, counted the prisoners. Mrs. Jones seemed quite pleased.., and merry,' and danced. Wben, the firing.commenced the prisoners' were in a' backroom. Hoard the soreama when Mrs. Jones's boy was sliot. Heard1 no'; talk of the outl'uws surrendering.' They offered to lot their prieoners, out. Mies Jones said all the women and .ohildren swere ho| go out. ? Witness, did not gut away at that time, as one of her ohildren could not walk. -.' When wit...

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBUBN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

JULSS WILL BR CELEBRATED A.T&U< GOULBUBN DIBXlilOT. . SDHDAY, June 1G-ThorBdoy^Hblidsy of Obligation), Byane vale, .' ! " 29-Feast of Saint* Peter and Paul, ditto, Gurmndah, . . 7 s " 19-Grabben Gullen, Laggan, Collector, " SB-Taralga, Alarulan, Horo, July 3-Grabbon Gullen, Spring Valley,. Bread . ? albane, " 10-Taralga, Laggan, Mummell, . OROOKWBLli DISTRICT. Jane 1G,Thursday (Holiday of Obligation), Lftggan* YASS- MISSION. Gunning, Sunday^ June 19 ' Tangmangaroo, Corpus Cbrlste (Day of Obligation), Thursday, Juno 16,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

SPECIAL tHUOUMSEMEUT FOB THIS WEEK. KiliKV BROTHERS' Boys' Suits..... 4s. lid. 4s. lid. 4s. lid. Boys' Trousers .. . 3s. 6d. " » 3s. 6d. BOYS' HUZZAR SUITS, 4s. lid. >} >> >> »> RIJjBi' BROTHERS HAVE THE Largest and Cheapest Stock . . OE ' ' BOYS'" AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING f 8 OVERCOATS. "WINTER OVERCOATS OVERCOATS aee UNRIVALLED l'OR OVERCOATS 0VEB overcoats Qus,Iity» Material, and Style. OVERCOATS Fifteen Cases of WINTER OVERCOATS, various OVERCOATS Qualities and Prices,, opened this Week, OVERCOATS comprising MUNSTERS, ULSTERS, OVERCOATS CHESTEREIELDS, &c. OVERCOATS '?l WINTER HOSIERY Gentlemen's Winter Hosiery. WINTER' / '''mBN'sVeRINO SHIRTS,-from Ih. 3d. HOSIERY AUOTIO SlIIitTS and PANTS, 8a. Gd. ^rrrTTv'TnT'niTj MICN'S MBillNO PANi'S, fioni Is. lid. WJ.JN±iilJOi" . . SHETLAND MERINO SHIRTS and PANTS 1 HOSIERY MEN'S MURING IIAL1MJOSI3, (mm 9d. "TT>Tm_T>-^v" MEN'S LAMBSWOOL HALF-HOSE, from Is. ? , WIJN liili ' CARDIGAN'J AOltliTS, fromOs.Od. HOSIERY ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

WEIEICI/Y OALENDAE. Dny of Week. SUNDAY ... . Monday , Tuosday . Wednesday. Thursday... Friday... Saturday... Day of Month. June 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 4 56 4 50 4 56 4 60 4 SB 4 66 4 CO MOOD'S PHASE. Last Quarter, 19ib June, 7.23 a.m.

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. 1 , SYDNEY, Friday.. . At the Darling Harbour railway terminus this ' morning there was a fair supply of forage and produce from the various country atatibns along the western and southern lines of rail, A moderate attendance to-day, * with brisk competition for prime qualities Oaten hay, in bale, 4/6; in truss, . 3/6 to 4/4 ; and in buddies, 4/- to " 5/3 per owi; lucerne, in truss, from 3/9 to 4/-per owt; Btra tr,. dean, samples, iu bale, 2/7 to 2/10; bundles, 3/2 per owt; oaten obaff,'in bales, 4/6 to 4/9 ; oaten and straw chaff, 4/8 ; cut straw, in bale, 3/- per owt; wheaten bay, in bundle, 3/10; to *4/6 per cwt; wheaten and oaten hay, in bundle,. 3/10 to 4/6,per owt; in sheaf, 4/2; "potatoes,' 3/2 to '4/8, bags included; swede turnips, 3/7; white ditto, 1/3 ;periowt; pumpkins, 1/4 io2/6 per dozen; On the wbarveB, to-day, there is no alter ation to note, in the prices of hay* Maize firmer at'2/5; oats 2/6 to '2/9 per buBhel; r Warrnambool potatoes, £4 5/...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

A Wanted, GOOD COOK. A pplv ot ST. PATRICK'S COLLHGH. Wanted C0MPKTKN1"' fAItLOUR MAID. Apply A at THOMAS'S HOT1CL. Wanted A pOV. whofcan lido well and is occustn'.ned X4 to Cattle.' Apply ot MUS. LAMBliRX'S,' Sloane-Btccel, Gniilburn, Wanted, A /"V BUSHELS 01? GOOD SEED OATS, TbV_/ not Sido Bearers. WM. SANDS; ; Wanted /"" j EIGHT or Ten GOOD STONEBREAKERS for tha following worksCrookwell to Wbeeo. Junction ; Tttralgt Rond ; liraiiiwood Road. Also, for Corporation Works. Good wages to bo earned, and prompt payments when measured. Three months' constant work guaranteed. None bpt good hands need apply. Apply at VICTORIA QUARRY, MarBden's Bridgo. JAMES UUOKLEY Contractor. "Tenders: A RE required for ASPHALTING or PAVING J\. with COOKBUNDOON SLATE the PATH. WAY IN FRONT of the MECHANICS' INSTI TUTE. bpecification can ba obtained from : - E. 0. MANFRED, ' Arohiteot, To Kiet, A HOUSE ana GROUNDS nt IGeld ; also, a COTTAGE,'near Mr. Finlay'sj and wanted to purchase. LARGE GIN BOTTLES; 'al...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

! OOOTAM-UNDllA NEWS. (FBOM OUK COUUESPONDKNT.) .. . Tuere are a good ninny proepaot.rs nt the Scrub Yards (YVoodatown) who tiro vo'ry sanguine about tiio suocusu of tlio fMd. 200 loads of mullock woro put through "Mr.' Nulsuu's puddling machine Inst wuek, which turned out very satisfactory, results. ABOUT 90i/0 store ivotliord, in fine condi tion, tlio projierty of A. G/Jones, Esq., Mr. Murray m ohargiypaased through hero on Saturday>'«f route ,irom Bourke to WagKa. I (inspected them; Th«y > are worth Iroin 6/3 to 7/; nonrly full-lloocod. Hew DiSPKKSAiVJffrrAtr. 13. . 0.. Mooney, oh<>tnist und druggist, lata of Tetnora, bus opened a now asmObBhumut, to bajajoyra up thb "N«w Medical Hull." * It is situuted at jhe well-known corn or of Parlter nud -Wul londoon streets, opposite tlio Albion Hotul. He brings a good reputation with him. from thb residents and minurs at I'eiuora, and tlio inhabitants hero wish him.a ."Oonduiillo f.iilfho." A SKKIOUS fraoas took place ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL FIRE SOCIETY. [ESTABLISHED 1872.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

AUSTRALIAN , MUTUAL FIRE ,, - ? '"SOCIETY, jr [ESTABLISH RI) 1072.] CAPITAL'£100,000, wilh power to increase to £1,000,000.- ' Bonuses-20 per "cent, paid annually fori ' the last eight years. , . ? _ . Dirkotoks :? " " .Hon.'John Suthorland, Esq.; M.P., Obnirmari? .. ~' - Manuel F.'Josephsoni lSnq.i . Wtllinin Day, Usq. William Hezlet, EBql. M.P. JohnAVetberill, Esq.1'" ,f! Manager',: Walter Church. ' ? ' . 'First Firs Sooioly'eatablifihod in tho oolony on tbe mutual, prlnoiple, givlu« policyholders back .part of thoir pruuibtDS :ns n :cosh bonus out of profits every year. , j" ' ' ' Polioy-holdnrB are froo by'law from nil liability; Prompt and liberal settlements for flros. -Damage ;by, lightning'nnd explosions; by/gasi.paid.:,! Fifteen days', graooi allowod' for pnymont of'renowiil pre miums," 1 i ' 11 ' ;>i ' Offices-184 Pitt-slroet, Sydney. . .. . fa' ' ' I ' ' ', . Mr. A. M.' BETTS, ' ^ \ "'-v ! j..-ri . . Agent for.iGoulbnrn. J .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). QUARTER SESSIONS. FRIDAY, JUNE 10. BEFORE his Honor Judge McFARLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

YASS NEWS. (FROM ouu OoitttEsroNuENT), QU ARTElT~SESSIONS. PHIDAV, JUNE 10, j Bjjfoke his Honor Judgo MoFAniiAND. v . Mr., Backhouse. prosecuted on, behalf of the Grown, The oilier legal gentlemen in attendance were" Mr. Wilkinson and Mr. Iceton^ of, YasB,1 and Mr.iDavidson, of Goulburn.'Bol'i jCitors. , >| j1 ,, ,tM ' Mr. Meyers, in the unavoidable absence of Mr. Colls, acted as cleputy-shoriff,1 and Mr. Yates was:clerk.of arraigns. r v i-'s r ).'.. A. ? '!.v^ LAR015NY. AT'l'ISir RIVEBr .... Mary Knox (was,,oh.argedj fwithj ljaving at the. Fifth!,Iliyer,..fin,(tlio ,14th. Maroh, ,1881j, feloniously stolen five yardd'tweed dloth,"o'ne yard of alpicoa oloth, One yard of Vandyke 'cloth, Vontyardssofr calicoj .onqiyard of;liet, one apron, ono pair of ouffs;'orie^ collar; o'nd pair (of stockings, one jacket, one pair of trousers,'^3'lbs. tobacco, and ono dozen boxes mate(ie's,"the ' property'of her master, Alex ander Abbey. Prisoner pleaded guilty to taking the col lar and cuffs only...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

AUSTMA^ CHAIRS "AND SOFAS, 'Another SHIPMENT TO hand : . V^i' m.;A"nd s .».,.<.. 's' J^TXRto^EHEfc'* 1M. ti*mce. Inapoction of thpto.'Goods will convince tho public ,thi»lM ROGERS' , GREAT FURNISHING ARCADE *. * IS .y' / Best and dHeapest Establishment', in. the' Colony. l3£&Sb ? Proprietor. foJ AndoOolortiab Chairs Of E very n Style! ,& Description (Imported by'tho Proprietor), AND AjRiEf" NOW ON: VIEW AMHE FliiM'MiSig^pcade,1 ,nnr.. : < I ; ' \ These Qooda dirootj! <rom tbe manufacturer. byahe.Propriutor.of.the . GR^4T{ ePUENISHING .< ARCADE, And the priooB-will bo-found to " WELL; UT1 [tli6Se "of auy ^stablisli > olM/m'-ii iiim ? -.r-i -Mtn .. m i.wn",u;>M©«tt;«n!,Sy<Iiiey.,; ... v SIXTY SAMPLES " ,aM A J AqfiSrfiSft !/IO H k -J A 8 - for ''Ins pc c tton, Showing tbe different' Stylos, Sizes, and Prices. AN IMMENSE BUSINESS ; ! .(JJHTfcKIIniibis'-Departraent^; i ;i" Ife* toOW> BEIN& -TRANSACTE...

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Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

X * i . .i .' ? V '* ' V;' ' Fatal Accident. An aged woman whose name is unknown; was knocked; dowh' liy n passing. J training Mdcd on a | d tow a ?, . near,.; Sy d noy,. ttbo u t; half pas t .2. o'clock, on / Tb ursday, afternoon.; 4 Tb o woman had ' walked dcroijs 'the line,' and seeing-a train approaching- from Sydney she returned and got as oloso to the platform as possible, hoping that by doing so the train would pass , without, interfering . with her. The onginbolearedJieiv but: a stop of one of the carriages struck her and, knocking her down, rendered her unconscious. She, was sent to town by a ballast train, which was the first to pass, but she died before re'a'ching. the metropolis. She was, however,-,con veyed to the Infirmaby; and on examination. Dr. Williamson /found' tbat both bones of her left leg and also her left forearm had been, fractured, whilst she had received other in juries. Deceased was about GO years old} aud was 6 feet 3 inches in height; juf medium build, ...

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