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MELBOURNE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

MELBOURNE. SATUKDAY'. Thtro is nothing new politically; Whether or.not tbo Govomor will grunt a: dissolution is doubtful. .. . 1 A fire broko out on the premises .of Messrs. Poldheim, Jacobs, and Co.,. early yesterday morning, by which the whole of the buildings was destroyed,- besides other property. Tbo stock was valued at £20,000. Tory little was saved. The building'and 'stock wore insured at £1G,100.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE's TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. SATURDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS ROM GREYILIIE's TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. (SATURDAY NIQIIT. MRS. Huamss's child, who was suffering from small-pox, diod at the quarantine station this morning. The child was only six months old. An hour after death the body was buried. In regard to the otlier patients the news is of a favourable charac ter. A fatal accident occurred in Clarence etreot this moraiug. A policuman named James. Hawkins, whilst endeavouring to etop a runaway horse, was lcnoukod down and run over. Ho received such injuries that he died whilst being taken to the Infirm&ry. From the evidence ttilcon at the inquest it appoarad that tho wheel of the cart passed over deceased's head, breaking tho bones of tyao rjglit side of tho head aud face, and pro ducing a /compound fracture of the skull. A verdict of accidental death was returned by the jury, Hawkins was only 21 years of age, and was a single man. ' The ddtachod squadron are coming to Sydney,,and it is almost certain the Prin...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

. NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, tliopi nnfl wtint'i llie news I!'-King John. The' w.ealher.'vrfls. glorious, yesterday. : - Valoriei Aylmor will ibo: coutinuod in' to,-:, :' morrow's5issue,1 ; V1,? ? ?'» ' The-small-pox sonrV^as'a rare i'!',thro\v; .; ,in" for'tlio EvenirigiNows. 'v : < i iThe.new : gQ8i inv.enlioQ is creating groat i .excitement in Molbouraei : Its suooeagie ppbi: : , Biderod to be oomplbtel ! ,;;: It ^is thought,!that Jthe^Goyernm.QQt 'iWill "purohnso ' M orshali's . wood ''Song I of ilia . Bhiri?' staiuo > whioh is now1 on. view. at^tlie, '7 " Gardon Pelacor J ... . The ship Charles Worsloy,ifrom,London : tb'Ota5fo,.New Zealand, had' three oases of small-pox during the voyage, one.of< which ' proved fatal. . Franklin said onoe what applies to many .. -womon./VHe romarked, !'-If-my wife is only ' half'of tho scissors she is often the half with tho point.!' {, ',»?>viM--.;; /if '' jih-jlt iei; thought: that.tho position ;of the Q-o - :vernment...

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THE GLENROWAN AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

THE GLENROWAN AFFAIR. THE following report of Dean Gibney's evidence before tho Polioe Commission of, Victoria on the 28th ultimo is from the Melbourne Argus :-The Very Rev. Dean Matthew Gibney, of Western Australia, deposed that lie was at tbo Glenrowan affairj having arrived there about midday. Was passing in tbo train whon lie lieard the outlaws wore bailed up at Mrs. Jones's hotel. When lie ascertained there, was no Ilomnn Catholic clergyman at Glenrowan he determined to -stop tlioro. He saw Wed .Kelly, who was then lying wounded at tbo "(station. Saw N<;d's sister subsequently, nnd asked her if «he would go to her brother Dan, aud BBy Q Catholic priest wanted to see him. She said she would go, nnd started, but was sjoppod by the police. Told ber to ask Mr. Sadleir if ha (witness) oould go up to the hotel, and she could not get permission.' Previously asked Ned if bo thought it would be safe for witness to go up to tbo hotel, and Nod said it would not, as his comrades...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

WISEICXiY 0A.X,13NX>jVH. JJ.-.y of \Vwk, I)ny o( - Moutli. July - MOON'S PHASIC. : First Quarter, 6th July, 3,21 o,tn,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE QUARTER'S REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

THE QUARTER'S REVENUE. WITH: rcommendablo' promptitude - tlio abstracts of the. revenue, receipts, aud expenditure for the past. quartor.wero pub jlisbod ?:in a suppleuiout .to ? the Ga'zetto of Saturday. vTboi total? revenue'proper from all sources amounts to '£1,690,520, beintf no less than £514,384:in oxcess,of; tlie;amount for the,'corresponding 'quartor ' of' Inst year. JThere is a satisfactoryincroase. under nearly all ihead*.: .-?..Etota: itbe'.-oastoiasv theyreoeiptVi amounted to, £334,033,v; of whi'obS £10,lG7« was collected, at the outports, and>£2S,?39 at inland districts, showing ;aT, total increaso;, of'£49,666:?:\Spirit« ^yielded: £166,813; an increase >of ? £15,365 ;Lwine« gave- £10j034 * against £10,434 j 'nleiaud jbeer,f!'£f0,036, an advance of £2769;'", tobacco, ,'iind ci^ors, £23,798, an increaso of: l£524tea, £16,800, an: improvemBntsiof :.£6642;;,. 'sugar and moliisses, £16,420 i npaiosfeii'.'sGlMfi-; ricej £3606, an-., advances',of .£1029dried fruits £14"...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrents and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: MONDAY, JUNE 4. MR. WILLIAM FORSTER, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

3?TCT3BXiXSIi33D EYBEY MOKNINQ. Truili, ever l«v«ly tlnce tlie world bBffmv . . ' The fop (iftyrnnO and (lie friend of man.-Campbell, GOULBUBN: MOKDAyTJUI'Y 4. ' MR. WILLIAM FORSTER, M.P. FOB the first time since. his return- from Europe, Mr, Wsr. FORS'TBR has visited, bis electorate, and on last Wednosdny lie met some of those who liad proved thomsulves ? staunch friends of his at a time when the esteem in which lie was' held was put to the test after o,manner as sevoro ns, any man scan-go through. The. result, of an election contest proves: a great deal. Then, when men; exercise their franchise, is seen the opinion which exists regarding the several aspirants to the a high honour of being a depositary of letrislntive trust, and though many dodges andivarious sohemes are made use of for the purpose of scoring ft victory, yet, as a general rule, the practical outcome t of a politioal struggle, tells a talo more im portant in its meaning, ond deepor in, it. significance than at first...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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DEFEAT OF THE VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT. MELBOURNE. Thursday, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

DEFEAT 03? THEJ VICTORIAN wivw GOVERNMENT. ? "Hi. MELBOURNE. Thursday, iN the Assembly, .U^night, 'Mr. Mirams con demned tho Government- in unmoasitrod tortus. . Ho said thoy had done more thnn nnyof their: predecessors: to reduce politics ;to n more system of scheming-'and',intriguing, and showed that the reward of political liio I was not for, faithful servico, but the r»\ynrd i of triekstersmnd bullies. After this litado ha snid thnt ho would vote for tho Ministry , |but;-he never, gav6> o;.v6(e >withjf more regret. iMr. Longmore.was rilso'vory'-sovore. on tho Miniot^yi individually and collectively, and acoused.tho Minister of-RnilwMys of bi-iiig a' free-trader, sitting-wilh>proieetionist8. He said ;he would vote^fpr i the^Ministry, or' .r/»ther'l-fot..i,L)borali8Wr'/rhe80'.,i; announce, ments wero Received'with some confusion on ? both- sides 'of? tho^Houso^ vMrs, Murray Smith ,summed up tho indictment on the part of the' Opposition;: and;, said.'they- ]md not ,, initi...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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PHILANTHROPIC AID. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

' PHILANTHROPIC AID/ HoWj many'wieai,y., lioartavbowod down,with' '.poverty,'v.who sinlc»undorv^ (he grinding; wheols'of its heavily laden car,, never;to rise .agaiiii might^e saved^by'q* lUtle ^timely, .flidh and pncouragomont ! piWorkor8 are 1 thrown out of employment by acoident, by a change .mHhBivagnry*or»fashion; or,from some other, l:causblyi|tHe\artiolpsi^whibh'i\they:;worojaooas-:l tomodtbiprod lioea reno-vlon ger> ih.dom arid, j or the demand,is not 'equal'to' tho,supply,^ and," asc ao consequence, grim' want1 and; p6vorty;.w8tare>itliem;.j;m^tho?/|faoe.^s.Thor ^ould^willingly^wqrktbutl^worlris^not.-to-cbe-i1 obtained-nof market' ia available for the <only/artiolb/tjioy«hav^^^ i^eae^ar)(he¥.timW'?'fdr«?b'e«pb'ilantjhr0pistU0i stopviniandygivo^rolioff nna'foncouragetnent.; ,tliough^ifi';|o(l^ Umi giifc, £SfE&"98U materials neoessary fo;, earn a' livelihood. What is; wanted:, is, not money to enable people to Jive in idleness or merely to relieve ,th...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WHEEO. [FROM THE CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

WHEEO. / - [pnOM A1 OOltliKSPONDENT.] / s'T' iN ncooTdance-witli' Mri T; Qlennnn'A a^dvor-; tissment,; a' publio smeetinff: i-WDS'hold'ot the; Post-o(Iioe,.\Vhoeo,on,Snturdny, :25th; Juno,, for the purpose of assisting ,in ,thef agitation, for a trnmwny to.; Orookvcell.:>;? 'Sevoral Ron-; tlemen* connected' WithithoKCrookwoll Proi; gross' Assoeiation^were ^present;": and ^ the meoting was Trail attended. ' * ; Mr. 3r;!ShepLord; J;P;i liavingiiheen/yoted' to|tho'ohniri'road:i theisodvertisementionllioB: the, mooting, and, in- referring' to^it, siud \Hat h'o'fully-ooinoided > withi the-resolutions; ''pn8sed;tat''.theij;iDootiDff.,5-holds:8tiOrookwelliv :esoept'>with^thotjporlion.i:,whioh;'ftAdvooatotii any p(irtiaular'routo.y silo thought'.that was, a matter best t left , in 1 the * bands 'of'the Government. 'the \Governmont/ imnke. the necessary ( trial survoys,' and1 Ibo're Vns; uofdoubt/tboyi.would'.adopt'jthdi mast! prncti-* oable and' profitable route. The OrOokwelh peop...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Municipal Council. Now that the corporation;,has a city.sur i vevor, \yo' may hope to see the works under taken bv-'tbo'i municipality; corried out after I such ^ "manner-ns tlmt there) will not be, l reason ? forratepayers, toy,dread), beings; i put to ' expense ' because of;, :any : mistakes 1 that might lie made. Since,',we lost the ''serwrn of Mr.>M.'Lean, the;aldermen have, themselves attended to the'wants'of the city. And during1 their discharge of die duties' devolving iupon; them " in.. that time .jobs have been.done which were not.in. every sense; of "the word;a , satisfaction. : Notably, the work performed in CJlinton-streot was a' 1 muddles'and' cv.on' yer,"that street is mot as it ought, to' be, as can' be seen by any one who takes a waUciround; and :ilooks, at how .the 'gutter 'from , the ' Beehive down to Mandelson's has.been', loft-more -especially that portion of it from Mr. Burber's pre mises to; the corner;.ofSloane and .Glinton str'eet. ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Official Delinquency. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

" ' " ' Official Delinquency. A sad instanco of yiQlditig' to temptation in- a niomonfc of weajctiess is reported1 in-Ube v London -papers. Police ^Inspector 'Hodman-'' . absconded.'from -Woodford-. with\ £1 fiOuv.hioh lie bad' received;to, pay, wag'es.of .tho men at his station. ^ Ho-, wastbroupht1 before the magistrates at . .Walthnuv: Abbey.1 ami committed' for trial, v It'was ."stated that the prisoner ibad been .18 .years in , the:'police .force,*tbat bo bad never beenj reported,land itbab £00,000 bad; passed ibroufib: his bands.:

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Royal Middies. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

" 'The Royal Middies. ? The pritfees have arrived, and hdvoj been .welcdaiedl-*atv.m'08t\r0f,.itbeir .; etoppingTplaoes. 'with, loyal" jaddresses' and hearty cheers. '"During tlieir stay in Melbourne they will be 'feted,' on every.i hand, though in a. private rather than in, a pnblici fashion.rif,,'Eor,tho "credit of the colony it is to> be' hoped that there-wilbbe: moderation; in: the: ectasiesvin' 'whicli the idle-classes indulge', at5,the!,pros pect' of seeing; two .lads ^ belonging'., to tho Roj'al Fai)iily. :: We must( remember that; a'8-spr«n6os-t(iey/<inre^here<.anolBoially:!}:''.tiiat they arc but-boys," and ithat they should)! be treated as such for,, their own sakes. J It is no reproach . to* them- to say that they have as yot'dbue nothing toriistiriguisbthetnsolves, and that they are not worthy '-of"national honour in the same way as the,- heroes of action or.of thought'./ Wo welcome' them because they represent, though inia juvenile | degree.'ith...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Albert Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

The Albert Goldfields.! j Accounts from the Mount Browne and other diggings,continue' good. VNo/diggers aro returning' except one or. two through ill ness. ; .Goid' has- been; found, in:, ouo claim: ;'dpcporihaO'before.-r>4-Hit!ioPtO'it.wa8iall'B;ot:i within a few feet of. thei surface,: above, the stratum of cement. In the'-claim referred to the cement;was,passed.through, and over 8 ounces taken from tho.bed of the rock. The elevation: on. which the shaft was sunk, tends; towards the flat, which is always, considered a'likoly place^for ;rich deposits.-It ' is:- on this flat that thoj holo.mentioned! in previous communications as;down 80; leet ,is situated; The shaft is^ now down ,120, feet, and. the* sinkingiis still carried on.', ;126 ounces were brought down-last night. ,.They?,wcro of the usual rough character; two pieces . being hoarly 3'ounces and !3£ ounces,respectively. There is a deficiency of.coin and bank' notes' on the diKKioffajyand the. diggers; not.::un-; naturally...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

ity.. t,«-t n m » MASS Winr, BR C Kbit lilt-A THt> AT GOULBURN DI8TKIOT, July 10-Tnralrtu, Lsrcrd, Mummcll. - Confirmation at Sts. Petar and Paul's Cathedral,; L Goulbnni, Sunday, 31st. July, YASS MISSION. Gunning;, Sunday, July 10,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

lV/." V';V* IN General Drapery^ Clothing, etc. ! BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY. -For Fourteen Bays Illif; 'BMIWlfi® "AVING- a very LARGE S^OOK of. NEW WINTER G00D3, have ?"determined to make such REDUCTIONS in: all DEPARTMENTS as will ensure a SPEEDY CLEARANCE previous to --S'*'A, MS 3E S^J" <0 ; Men s, Boys', and YoiithsV Clothing, : Blankets, Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, Towels, Quilts, Fancy Dress:s, Winceys, &c., &c. At licss; tfJiaia' Half-Price i> . ' A LOT OF REMNANTS TO BE GLEAMED 1UJGAEDLESS OF CO^TI {Blankets 3a lid} kimi {.Blankets 4s lid} ?! -?:?...' - "? 1 '? 'BBffotlaeirs'' {Blankets 5s lid] GSMM {Blankets 6s lid} Dwuble Sled ' BSls&iifcetts @s. 11U1. to . S ^saisaesig. {. ' Boys' Overcoats, 3s lid ) Men's Overcoats 8s 6 d yx Men's Overeats, 8s 6d Men's Tweed- TroiBsei:s asad Wests to match, @s lid , t RILEV" BROTHERS', Men's Colored'Mole Trousers, 3/11 , RiLEY BROTHERS' Men's! Tweed Trousers, 5/11-wortli 8/11 RILISY BROTHERS' iV.Gii's;...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

V STOCK AND'SHARE REPORT. fair1 'number of saloa wer.a reported* in tJio. ' Btook':»nd'jstiaire raarkot torday.': In banks, AiJ.S. 1 woro sold nt-17t, olosingi .wjthAbuyoiB nt'aamo;: ? aollors17j ; Gity'a:'.realised 18$;, .and'offorod,,-.with? buyora'(it I8i !v"GommorQiaI':brou'ght.vlll-quotn tioiin. buyurn 110, sollors 112; neve; issue could;:bo: "i ..??placed (it ,303 . ;ftlorcantilosfquittnd at GJd, quota ft ' '^tiori'sl'buyore 6|,! Rollers, GJ j N. 8. \Vnlea romain" a t ^ ';;C9iHoiOOiji- Naw ZoaUnd 23J:tOi21;: NoW: Zealand ^"^Ilogistor'vviintod.j.at 28i,,oblaii)nblo at 23i,'anion at 28J; Oviontals1 worth '24 to 26; Quconalnnd iNai, tfojinlar.S)- to; ,94?Unloiia,7*G8;^to,f.G8;.< In, alonm, ' .A.S'.Nsiwahtodnt 21 J, obtninalile at;22 ; Clnrenco c/ntid'Richmond','G nsUod, offored Tllawnrran ' f>;'ivantodiat!CljV butinono'aro solToring./svInsurnnoo ;; ^. 'Australian Mutualsiwanted at 9/-,obtaiuablo at' 10/Sjj City Mntuala worth 1/- to 1/1; Mercantile Mntuals, r i t ( l...

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COMMERCIAL. THE HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Friday, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

COMMEllCIMi, THE HOMBBUSII BALES. SYDNEY, Friday, l?at Cattle,-1720 head of cattle were for ward for- the week's supply, 1000 on Mon day and the rest on Thursday, most of tho Jots being medium and inferior, . Prices were'well maintained, prime beef realizing' fully 14/-per 100 lbs. Messrs. Pitt, Sonj and Badgery sold 40 bullock (Ai Munro) at , £3 16/9;! 34 cows (ditto) at £3 15/9 ; 49 49 bullocks (J. Byrne) at £4 6/; 27 do (G, ; W. Digbt) at £3 17/0; Pi do (A. Osborne) ,r , at £3:18/; 18 do (Oonlon) at ju4 0; 32 do ' (Badirery) at £3 13/1; 7 do (D. Williams) at £3 12/1; 17 cows (do) at £2 18/; 17 bullocks (Hillas ond Pearse) at £4 3/9 ; 32 cows (do) at £2 8/4., Messrs. Brunker and sWolfesoId 163 bullocks (J, P. Eagan) at , > £4 16/; 48 bullocks (T. Eapan) at £4 3/5; Maitland: 43 bullocks (W, Holmes) at £2 6/- to £3 12; cows, to £2 10/; 38 bullocks . . (W. Pearse) at £3 15/-to £5 10/; 10 bul 5s- - locks at £2 17/- to £3 10/0, and various . small lots at'quotations. Messrs. Macder ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Another New One. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

Another,.New. One.' Thus Attious,'! ; in the . last Leader Our vooiibulnry 'is > still expanding to; meet the needs of the times,- its latest addition, being the product;; of: a celebratecLlaw case, Two roughs were brought befoi Q.asuburban polioe court tho other day on a'charge of assault with ; in tout to commit a robbei-y. One of thorn obje'otrd.toy a, part of thO ieyi-; denca which wasigivon to show that tbey hud attacked their victim with brutal violence, and coosequentlyv.iaterjectfld.in an explanatory way, " We were only Lainont ing him, your worship.','- :.?'. What' did ,you; do ?" . inquired^the ',' presiding official. ''Lamonted him," pursued th.o> culprit, ad ding by wtty of explanation, r"Game ithe Mrs. Jnckeou over' him," '"sir, tapping: him softly on the head,'so as to dovelope his moral and religious faculties, and persua'dQ him to'vloavo' us his* fortune." ; J regret to sny that this ready linguist ; has., been com mitted for trial, and is likely'lo'be-inoiirce...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Wretched Wanderer. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

- 'V Hi Wretched 1 Wanderer. 1'/'r i^s.TW?iOplao«V6rfe8pondent^ofJrtheAAi'ga8vi uDfor'tunato\w()m"aiiin;BbaroHrdrh0r,huabaDdi. :liipibfly5ndtioodjlitio¥r\tolo^apbiojno.w^romr.| ;Si ~^o^IjeS|i | fortnightiit has'ibeenisknownd that a> ;Woman,i toialf;na£&^^ boon wandGring'irTtko 'Capo Otway forest, wher0 *a]io:;-hn8| 8OTGrnbvtimo8.'hoen :S0on in »BprnoMOnfTMBdayKsJiefWM^ IJ(tovvarrd8rth'o Oiway'ratigba^by 'Mr.j William fld:®ia^MGaifMnaeit;®^Kb«pur8U^||lierg ,fs^kw^teait^0hisfe .TitrAta*. ""' *" ' .-?". banc inofit wrotciiuri. condition, but gave n coir,, lectod account of h"i6elf. She stales : ttiiit her.name is Suphiu Lutwj'cb'5, -ft- fflilnress, 0|»0<140. Hor himlmiil. dfBPitBil hnr some timu tshiuo in Moli'oiirno, inid s«yon wooltH n(to eho heard ho ivaa in litochworth. Slio j started on'foot to find- hint, nnd wnlkfd to Beechworth. Sim found that ho li«d Jolt that place; and after ono», night's ,,-est lowed hitii to Lumu, walking the wliple distance. Sbo coul...

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