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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sixth Sunday in Lent — Deniiiquin, mormnp and evening. I'assion Week— Morning service each day at ji o'clock. Yen. Archdeacon Holt PBESBYTER1AN CHURCH. Deniiiquin — Mornin? and Evening. Birganbigil— Afternoon. Rev. Robert Welsh. WESLEYAN CHURCH. Deniliqnin— Morning. Mr R. W. Fawcett. Deniiiquin— Evening. Mr A. I. E.-iry. 'Jocumwal — Morning and Evening. Rev. A. S. J. liardiiif:. Mr W. J. Martin and Mr W. Elliott have beon appointed Deputy Licensing Magistrates for the towns of Moama and Jerildorie respectively during absence of Mr F. W. Garstanc;, on leave.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Sporting Mems. I I5V WEM.KSU5V.1 Mr 1( M'K(!tm:i. I lie linli-m liorac tr:i-Ier. li:i? n: furneil l-- Melbourne nffcr a successful I rip '-? tin: East, iiinl --n Saliinlay at Ciullidd mnnilustvcl Ij is intcn'inii of -^«! I injr together anchor tuiim of h^rsos by piii'cli:isiii-! i ho Ubiquc 3f;ikes winner, Koscoin nion. for 150 -nvs, .1. So ibiu'n iwim, complaint;; Uniicd Slates, T,n Carabine, I'iinl I'ry, Multsiir, denn Swei'p all(l Haul vi Hois left M iliournc by train on S;ii iirifay morning to tullil their engagements at the A.J.u. Autumn meeting 'i'lie Oop.custcr liamlicap favour ite. Wakeful, and Aurous will travel to Sydney. An old racing i«lciili(y in tlie person of Sir B. T. lVirn.ird, for many years h:indieapi-er boll) for the V.lt.C. and tin; V.a'.T C, passed over (o (he majority on Saturday morning at his residence. Annadalc, at t lie aye of 75 years. The deceased (rcntleman, who was a son of Canon Harnard, of Wells ('aihedral. arrived in Victoria in 1851, am1 was the fi...

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Mr Ashton at the Town Hall. Protection and the Working-Man. WHY HE PAYS DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Mr Ash ton at the Town Hall. On Monday ; evening last Mr Jag. Asbfcon gave hit;' final address, to the Deniliquin elec tors. The Town Hall was crowded, a large number of country doctors being present. Mr F. Jane (Mayor) briefly intro duced the candidate, who was received with loud cheering on rising to speak. Mr Ashtoti said it was not his intention to gijvo a lengthy address. He had been travelling night and day in order to address as many of the electors as possible, and during the past 16 days he had travelled 1100 miles in buggy and coach and addressed 17 meetings. He had again to refer, and at length, to the financial problem, for unless it was understood in its purely financial aspect it was a ?iiatter of impossi bility to come to an intelligent conclusion. He had heard since coming to town that the view had been expressed that one of the natural consequences of a low tariff would be direct taxation on incomes and land. On that question he desired to speak with per fect frankn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Nothing Short of a DR. WILLIAMS' PINK CURE MRS. J. S. FRANC1& OP jeneral Debility, Asthma, Bronchitis, Weak Heart I Dropsy, Rheumatism, and Kidney Troubles. ' I ^-x 'Well,' replied Mrs. Annie Francis, of Box I Till, ij ' Jfofa Victoria, to our reporter, ' I am only too ha;py to give you ffj *^SSj whatever information you require regarding my case.' fc-^ -^Ch Mrs. Francis is a native of the West of England, and 30 K^ **w years of age. She came to Australia in the ' Orient,' some V* *&$i 18 years ago, and was then in the enjoyment of good h alth {£- ^S and bright spirits. A few years after arriving here. Mrs. $L ;2*9 Francis became a victim to various complaints, i-.icliuling ig£ -£: general debility, asthma, bronchitis, weakness nf 'he h(-«it, i -^ 2 Si rheumatism, dropsy, and kidney troubles. For nculy Hi ^ w^S years she has scarcely been entirely free from pain or _che. y\ *5fc£? Life was indeed in her case a burden. , Asked if she -v,d W ''©* consulted doctors and ...

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ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

ECHUCA. On Sunday night three young men. named Wil liam Madden, James Madden and Louis Barberis. were arrested on a ??har.je of larceny of a sold nils;, set witii three diamonds, valued at £9, the properi v of Mrs Martin, Licensee of the Commercial IiohjI. Mrs Martin bad not missed the ring, but asI3;irbt:ris was offering the ring for sale around the town, the p lice became suspicious, and intervi wel Mrs ar tia, who then discovered her loss. Constables M'Carthv and Falkiner saw Barberis in li-i- uwn rnom, and taxed him with the robbery. He then produced the ring, and said he got it fro.n the Maddens to sell. The latter were then interviewed and both claimed the ring as their property. James Madden said he bought it at a shop in rJendi^o. William Mad ien was formerly emplo. ed at the Commercial hotel as boots. At a special meeting of the committee of the Echuca District Hospital, held on ?? aturday even ins, V|r J.Griffiths was elected secretary, in suc cession to Mr David Christie,...

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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. An act o£ great pluck and determination was performed by Constable J. Gardiner near the City Court ou Saturday morning. A honse attached to a laundiyi waggon had boiled, and was galloping at full speed down Latrobe-strcet, when the gallant rnnstfthlft rushed across the street and seized one o£ the shafts, trom which he gradually worked his way forward, eventually inuzalcd; the 'horse, the frightened'animal coming to a standstill in the middle of the pavement, with Gardiner in a rather danger ous uosition, but unhurt. He was extricated by Constable Appley, and heartly cheered by the crowd that had witnessed his courageous deed. On Saturday afternoon as a woodcartcr named William Wilson was cutting wood in a lonely and seldom frequented portion of the Whipslick, near Eaglehawk, be discovered a human skeleton lying among a quantity of thick scrub. Wilson did ;not touch the remains, but proceeded to Eaglebawk, and reported his discovery to the police. Sergean...

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Wreck of the Karrakatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Wreck of the Karrakatta. The schooner Alto, Frank Biddies master, arrived at Broome on Monday morning from Cygnot Bay, having on board 121 ship wrecked people, being almost nearly all the officers, passengers, and crew, and including Mrs Ramsay, stewardess of the Western Australian Navigation Company's steamer Karrakatta, bound from Freemantle to Singapore. After coming out of King's Sound, and rounding Swan Point, the Alto found the Karrakatta nearly submerged, the water being over the promenade decks. The Eavrakatta's boats were shortly afterwards descried on a sandbank where, it transpired, all hands had been landed. The Karrakatta flew the signal of ' Require assistance,' and the Alto sailed close up and sent a boat and brought back Captain Talboys. The captain reported having anchored in the evening of March 26 at 6 o'clock near Cape Levique, and got under way again at half-past 9 with the flood tide. He steamed on the usual course to round Swan Point, and at 5 minutes to 10 th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Hospital Committee Meeting. The^ ordinary monthly meeting of the Committee of the Deniliquin Hospital was held at the School of Arts on Tuesday even ing last. Mr E. B. Cotton, President, occupied the chair, and the following mem bers were also present : — Messrs J. Kelly, E. J. Lanian, T. Tyrer, D. Tennant, J. G. Evans, M. J. Carew, J. Geraghty and A. B. Jefferson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Repobts. The Treasurer's report showed a credit balance at the A.J.S. Bank of £300 4s 4d. The House Comniitte&'s report was satis factory. Dr. Graham stated that all cases under his care were progressing satisfactorily. He would be absent from the town for about three weeks, but he was unable at present to give the name of the doctor who would re lieve him. The Matron reported that everything was progressing satisfactorily, and that the internal condition of the Hospital was as follows : — Eernaining from February, 16 ; admitted during March, 12 ; discha...

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Cricket Chatter. NATIVES v. FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Cricket Chatter. NATIVES v. FINLEY. [By Duck-Egg.1 On Saturdiy last a team of Finley cricketers journeyed to Deniliquin to try conclusions with the Natives Cricket Club, who are the premier club for the 1900-01 season, which has ended here. The day was all that could be desired for cncKet, out tlie attendance was only moderate. Messrs H. C. Langley and J. Mudie stood as umpires during the day. The match was commenced at half-past twelve on the local cricket ground, and concluded at six o'clock. The Natives in their innings made the fine score of 169 runs, of which number Fordham made 73, and Harrison 34 ; the only other batsmen to reach double figures being Sexton 15 and Robins not out 11. The Finley team, owing to the fine bowling of J. and N. Heriot, were all disposed of for 66 ; but in their second attempt they had lost five wickets for 86 runs at the call of time, but it might be mentioned that most of the Natives players were not ' playing for keeps,' and this fact, in a large ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

r^^Tand Shoeing I Forge. L LANGSHAW, E* l « «-jove in the back portion of the premises I n r,' ne SuiWIery Emporium, and trust by fcnuemion^busiisstomerit a fair share of li'01'1' ? 1 kinds of Buggies and Waggons ? repaired. ?rseshoeingand General Blacksmith ?ing by a C ompetent Tradesma. ?HARGES MODERATE. I a TRIAL SOLICITED. ? WANTED. ?,000 PELTS 2,000. I. u. jo n e:s, H SADDLER, &c., DENILIQUIN, His the Highest Cash Price for all ? Kinds of Fn«red Skins. ^B Hides, from 2d to 3£d per lb. ^^K Sheepskins, from 4d to Cd per Ib. ^?'iciiair. Beeswax, and all kinds o£ Sundries. ? J. WHITE LOCK, H THE RELIABLE TAILOR. ^BT landed a larpc nnd varied a srort men ^^K'}\ve;t -.lesions in Autumn and Winter Good ^^?inn.' : Knjdish. Irish, and Scotch Tweeds ^^H- C ??.ain-jrs and Trouserings in endles ^^B'- W'e.'iiarantce a perfect Fit, and unap ^^HiMe Value. Tlie Mercery Department com ^^Hill i.!n: latest styles in — ^Hl'lES. ^H COLLARS. ? '^H SHIRTS. *^B HOSIERY. t^H BUGS, &C, ;...

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A Case of Suicide. ON CORNALLA STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

A Case of Suicide. ON CORNALLA STATION. An enquiry was held by the Coroner, Dr. Noyes, at the Court House, on Mon day afternoon, in connection with the death of Joseph Wilson at Cornalla on Saturday evening last. The following William Kilpatrick deposed: I am manager of Cornalla station. I knew de ceased, who was in my employ at Cornalla for three and a half years past. He al ways enjoyed good health. On Friday he came into Deniliquin to record his vote, and arrived at the station at about a quarter past six the same evening. He was little the worse of drink, but could walk. I saw him again about an hour afterwards. He was drunk. I did not see him again until the following afternoon at about three o'clock. I did not speai^to him. On Saturday evening one of the men informed me that deceased was threatening to poison himself. I went to Wilson's room and saw him lying on his bed. I asked him what he had done, and he said ' I have taken poison.' I said, ' Surely you have not done^that '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

INFLUENZA Bev^snty VisH.s ? j the Doctor I __. . j On© ¥ ir'it, 3:^-;:r ^~ ?».--, I Tho Casa of B HRS. ELLEN HOPPIHG. ? ( Reported ((*? tits 'Bmiu'l.; ) ^H What to .lo in a vn. « of iiinV!lia j, t ^H question -? li.«-:- iri'i-c m-- li ;nU inij (i'.(.|.. Wl,,,^ ^H answer by -:iv'i^, - -'eiul fur Hie d cor.' ^H li.ir tile in- .'??.??..' (»!? fVs-itiii, according it ^H th«ir 0*11 ii-ii- :?'?''?? *''l'i»-'lieimii.tiiei|)l,.bt^H inuu.-anee --a t-» !-'?-? ??.?.?!:-??? nnd curs r.f ;hj, ^H inn iiMy. !t i*Ml..i:li (\v if \h-.\t peicfDtaEe ^H of .p-;nve.--ieH i- :iiu-. s i'V.-.i favorably wjln ^H tlw-.e » I10 have, liu.i siiin:!-. ? « sins, :.n-l ^H b.-eri d. p-ived 'f tlieii- -i-s-'mih J'.u'tii^l mi. 1.. ul) i-'i remedy for t.l;i-- t-;u-f;il n.^^^H ,„ .1.1 (..nui, a-nl yet an-.tlu' iustanu. ??ci i-. ^H ^(Vi .-.-?-? i' iv.ini-Uf-A by lire case of Mi\^H l£:i-.i ll'Vlii- g f+3 l-ia;ifcr-stve«t, Sumb^H \ifi--'.in;'. I '-'-^ iii'lyt seen !jy a reporter, ^| fr . lv t.iiv-: .ivr ?xperieimy ?„— ^M ...

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Deniliquin Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Deniliquin Local Land Board. Tho following cases will bo dealt with on fcho dates mentioned : — Monday, Aphil 22. The Union Bank of Australia, 1066£a, for consideration. Tho Union Bank of Australia, 66a, for consideration. *nnni t „ The Union Bank of Australia, 1000£a, for consideration. , The Union Bank of Australia, 204a, for consideration. . Henry Wilkinson, 150a, for consideration. Charles Opitz, 110a, for consideration. E. M. O'Donoghue, 2220fa, for considera tion. ,. ,. . John McMillan, 156a, application to en close road. . Harry J. Poynter, 1588£a, application for certificate of abandonment. The Union Bank of Australia, 1265Ja, appraisement of rent and improvements. Theodore Perrignon, 1103£a, appraise ment of rent and improvements. Thomas Harrison, 1151a, appraisement of rent and improvements. Tuesday, April 23. Inquiry as to fulfilment of conditions. * F. S. Falkiner and Sons, Ltd., 151a 1 Wilson and Blake, 41£a J John Sehier, 820a Philip Holschier, 320a Joseph F. Ryan, 384...

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THE SENATE. PRATICALLY RETURNED CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

THE SENATE. PRATICALLY RETURNED CAN DIDATES. NEW SOUTH WALES. J. T. Walker, F. E. D. Millen, F. A.J.Gould, F. R. E. O'Connor, P. Colonel J. C. Neild, F. E. Pulsford, F. VICTORIA. Simon Fraser, M.L.C., P. Sir W. A. Zeal, M.L.C., P. Sir F. T. Sargood, M.L.C., F. Robert W. Best.M.L.A., P. James Styles., P. J. G. Barrett, Labour. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Sir J. H. Symon, F. T. Playford, P. Sir R. Baker, F. Sir J. Downer, P. D. M. Charleston, F. G. M'Gregor* P. QUEENSLAND. A. Dawson, L.F. W. G. Higgs, L.P. J. G. Drake, P, Federal P.M.G. J. G. Stewart, L.P. J. Ferguson, F. T. Glassey, P. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. M. S. Smith, F. A. Matheson,F. Cr. F. Pearce, L.F. — . Delargie, L.P. E. A. Harbey, F. N. K. Ewing, F. TASMANIA. J. H. Keating, P. J. S. Clemons, F. D. J. O'Keefe, P. Cyril Cameron, P. H. Dobson, F. J. Macfarlane, F

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Robertson & DougjI Have ndtled a well assorted con«;-nn.,,,.^Bl Crockery & m%M Ware m To their large stock of Grocciv and bmn, _K- and while thanking the uiblie r,f Y^B and district for their support datfe' , iH twelvemonths, trust by the esce'lA. '°^M and low prices of all their ^odsTo !!? continuance of the same in future. Eet^H NOTE THE! AIHiSjLSs : ^fl ROBERTSON & DOUGUsB NAPIER STREET. BEKILlQUix. I g'HE BSLL^BOf^G HOT J JAflfflEB WHITeI HAS pleasure in bringing under the notice o^B residents of Conaego and Dig^H and also the Travelling Public that k^H aken a lease of the above well-known Hoieif^H \lv R. Rogers, and trusts by keeping only ih^H -est brands of Wines, Spirits, and lieer. to cie^H rir share of support. '^H Good Accommodation for Travelubs^B First-class stabling. A Trial Solicited. ^| JAS. WHITE. H Proprietor. ^M (lateufJcriiJ;^H Fhe bridge hot! Napier Street, DeniHqmi. ^M J. TB BOfJGrllSjB WISHES to infip.:a!e to his niin.iT Trien'^H Denili....

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The Federal Parliament. STATE OF THE PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

The Federal Parliament. STATE OF THE PARTIES. The following list may be taken as fairly reliable as to which side members will sit when the Federal Parliament meets in Melbourne next month :— FREETRADERS. W. Knox, Victoria. B. Smith, New South Wales. S. Smith, New South Wales. G. H. Reid, New South Wales. F. E. M'Lean, New South Wales. W. M. Hughes (New South Wales). W. H. Wilks (New South Wales). D. Thomson (New South Wales). G. B. Edwards (New South Wales). G. E. Fuller (New South Wales). Sir W. M'Millan (New South Wales). A. H. Conroy (New South Wales). J. Cook (New South Wales). H. Wills (New South Wales). T. Skene (Victoria). S W. Cooke (Victoria). \. C.i.Groom (Victoria). . Thomas (New South;Wales . C. Watson (New South Wales). JT Brown (New South Wales). Si'r E. Bradden (Tasmania). N. Cameron (Tasmania). Sir P. Fysh (Tasmania). F H. Piesse (Tasmania). T M. Fowler (West Australia). JE. Solomon (West Austraha) T W Kirwin (West Australia). JF W. Holder (South Australia;, p! M. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

n^HN ADAM, Ibacconist, Newspaper & News Agent [cAWEB STREET, DENILIQUIN. ImF llnfciw. Snmlny Times, Arrow Sporting W i, .-' Truth, Woiker, Hawklel. Den.l1.4u1n ft !mt Windsor Blayazine, Harmsworth s IT- tio rh Marine. Cell's New Penny r !'p 'In in' Ciobb' Marine, Casscll's ?FT*' Inn nil Australian Journal, Australian B', ^.rn 'elJon's Monthly, Loach's Dress KffiSimokc Unto Jo*- Uctective Tales, k; i,n.i «n-i sea' B°i's' lirsL ltate Libiary- Brv! nii|-« Library. Heart's Ease Library, 1 rue Kfiv-i Library' Illustrated Bits, Sketchy Bits, lit I vilv Sloper, Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers, ? nn;S'\ 'cek Src garette, Photo Bits, Illustrated I0 tc BoS' Dp-to-Date Novelette, A.dine H. ?!hv Christian Herald, Christian Budget, Police KtVWorM's Comic, Comic Cuts, Comic Life, Mm\ Comic. Illustrated Chips, Pick-Me-Up, K l- *i3are Moments, Nuggets, Fnnny Wondes, ?,;!,„', Life Home Chat. Horner's Stories, H ' s ories Home Stories, Golden Stories. Kjiv Heraki Supplement, Scottish Nights, Hh-i...

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The Perils of the Sea. NO NEWS OF THE STEAMER FEDERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

The Perils of the Sea. NO NEWS OF THE STEAMER FEDERAL. The last ray of hope that the steamer Federal may have survived the gale was dispelled on Tuesday night, when the clothing belonging to the dead man found on the beach at Gabo Island was posi- | ?.:..«!.. ;n^onf;fipH 1w Mrs Tessie Hill, oi Eelinton- Street, Moonee Ponds, as that of her husband, John Hill, the chief engineer of the boat. It was (reports the ' Argus ') the body of Mr Hill which first indicated that a wreck had taken place, but the lighthouse keeper at Gabo, evidently unused to judging height in the case of dead persons stated that the body was that of a man 5ft gin. high. As Mr Hill was fully 3m. short of this stature those acquainted with the crew of the Federal did not consider | the possibility of his being identical with the dead man, and when the additional message was received to the effect that the deceased wa-= wearing a watch in scribed 'J. Skelborn, Liverpool,' attention was directed towards tracing pers...

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The Riverina Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

The Riverina Election. Freetraders of the Riverina electorate~niust regret the defeat of Mr James Ash ton for the Federal seat in the House of Representatives. But it will nevertheless bo some consolation for them to know that when the first Federal rarharuent meets in May tnat the number sitting on the Ministerial benches will be almost equalled by those on the opposition side. This, for freetraders, is a matter for congratulation, and we can gather even at this stage that the tariff will not be on the lines laid down by the high tariflists of Vic toria, but more in accord with the views enunciated by the low tariffists of New South Wales. That is to say, that Mr Barton's Ministry has not a sufficient majority to im pose duties in accord with the wishes of Sir George Turner, Mr Kingston or Mr Deakin. Mr Ashton's supporters while regretting his defeat, must also admit that the result surprised them. It was fully expected that on the clear cut issue of freetrade and pro tection that ...

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Hay Circuit Court. NO CASES FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

-ii. Hay Circuit Court. NO CASES FOR TRIAL. The Hay Court of Assize was opened on Tuesday morning, Mr Justice Cohen presid ing. Mr T. D.. Curran appeared to repre sent the Attorney-General. a **-„,. 4-v.r. iiii.it Vinrl lipfin r.alled. Mr Curran said he had great pleasure in informing his Honor that there were no criminal cases for trial. r The Sheriff, Mr Maybury, addressing the e Judge, said that in view of the announce- ] ment just made, it became his pleasing duty - as the executive officer of the court, to ask ] His Honor's acceptance of the pair of white 1 gloves, which he tendered, in pursuance of a time-honored custom. The gloves were in tended to symbolise the morals of the com munity, and the clean hands of the inhabi tants of this district. Coming to Hay as His Honor had done to dispense even-handed justice, he was sure he would be pleased to know that there was an entire absence of crime, and that his duty would be complete when he had formally delivered the gaols, disch...

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