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Farmers' and Settlers, Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

Farmers' and Settlers? Association. A meeting ol the above was held at Hartigaii'a Hotel oa Thursday after noon—Mr. D. H. Rankin (President) occupying the chair. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. A number of visitors were present by invitation, and Mr. Thorn moved, and Mr. Holmes seconded that a hearty welcome be entended to them. Mr. Mcintosh (Pine Ridge) briefly acknowledged the welcome on behalf ofthimself and others. Mr. Thorn moved (hat the right of " Tattersalls" be sold on Saturday, Feb. 9. Seconded by Mr. Holmes, and carried. On the motion of Mr. Thorn, secon ded by Mr. Neilson, Mr. L. D. Mullan was appointed auctioneer in connec tion with the sale of light—which will be for 12 months. The inward correspondence was rend, and included a lettei from the Whitton Association forwarding a copy of rules, etc. The outward correspodence included a wire sent to Sir W. Lyne by the Secretary, re the construction of the riilway to Wyalong. Mr. Thorn stated th...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

Presbyterian Chiireb. Services will bn hold aa follows until fuither notion:—Wyalong (Mnsonic Hall) 11 am., Wtut Vryalongf- (Presbyterian Church) 7.30 E. N. Jloh'ington, B.A.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

War • News. Commandant Hertzog's western command", :iftor occupying Van Rhvnsdorp, in the Clauwilliam district, divided poition of it moving south to the Doom River (which a hundred' miles further west flows into Lamberi Bay), • and the remaind°r marching direct east towards De Drift and Brand Vley (on the Great Riot River). The eastern commando, under Com mandant ICtcutzinger, is now marching on the important agricultural centre, Oudtslioorn, (60 miles from Mossell Buy), observing a southward course. The B'riti.-h have occupied the Zwartzberg Passes, and the town of Oudtslioorn in strong force. Under pressure exerted by the-British troops, in charge of I.ord Methuen, who re pulsed a Boer forcn on the 14th inst. at Taungs (between Ivimberli-y and Vryburg), a portion of the commando wns driven buck and re-entered the Transvaal. The Boer commandos have been checked in their march soulhwurd by way of Calvina, in Gape Colony, M^jor-General H. H. Settle, with Colonels De Lisle, Thorneycr...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

LOCAL INFORMATION. I The Mails. ARRIVALS. From Sydney. Oootainiusdru, Tciuora, Bfirmed man, an d AYyalonp, daily. (Sundays excepted) t»t I 6.60 p,ra., arrive* at West Wyalon# at 0.30 p.m. . I From Ungtirie, Condobolii, etc., Tuesday* and | Fridays at 4 a.ra | From Bliu-adenand Forbes, Sundays and Thursdays i at 0 p.m. From Yalgogrin, llouday.s, "Wednesdays, and Fri days at 4 p.m. From Coroon, on Sundays ut C p.m. From Rildary, on "Wednesdays and Saturdays at C p.m.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

Dental Notice, . E. CASPEKSOM, —D.D.S.— {Doctor of Dental Surgery.) Lafe De- | monatrator of the Philadelphia Dental College and Hospital of Oral Surgery, MAY be consulted at his. Surgery, Main street, West Wyalontr, free of charge, ! on all matters relating to Surgical, Mechan cul or Operative Dentistry or Orthodontia. Painless extraction by all the newest mothodrt. Tcoth filled with Gold, Silver, Ptotina, Alloy, Porcelain, Cement, etc. Artificial IPeetli Plates or on Gold, Platina, Silver, Dental Alloy, Vulcanite, or Aluminium Plates. Continuous Gum, Crown or BidgG w-orlr, and all the j latest styles of American nnd Continental Dentistry. Residents of the district may, if they choose, have the privilege of being treated by one who is not only a graduate, but has bean a member of the olinioal-staff of the largest and roost celebratod Dental Collage in America. EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, 1ST PRIZE SYDNEY 1895,1898,1897,1898 and 1899. THE BEST IN THE WORLD f Kindly Forward all my Goods throu...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

MBDIOAL. DR. CASPEUSONN, M.D., D.D.S., (lir.QISTEl'.r.D BY THE NKVT SOUTH WALKS MEDICAL BOARD). May be Consulted fit ALL HOURS at tho Wyalong Dispensary and Phar macy, Main-street,. West Wyalong. DR. M. PERRY, (M.R.C.S., L-S-A.) Late Surgeon to Yass Hospital and Gaol, and Government Medical Officer for Yass District, MAY bo consulted at all hours at his Residence, Main Street, Wyalong; West, or durinp meal hours will be tonnd at HARTIGAN'S Imperial Hotel. IMPORTANT DENTAL NOTICE ATtiqoDa ___ McGrath & Cherry, Surgeon Dentists, (LATE OF COLLINS-STREET, MELBOURNE), MAY be consulted at tlieir Rooms, NEXT LINDSAY'S POST OFFICE HOTEL, Main-street, WEST WYALONG, from 9.30 a.m. till 6 p.m. daily. Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless with Laughing Gas or Aatusthetics. Surgical and Mechanical Dentistry in all its.branches, on the most approved Ameri can principles. Gold- Fillings, Crown and Bridge Work a speciality. .. Private Address ;— • GLOBE HOTEL, WEST WYALONG. MR. G.P EVANS, ATT...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

DEPARTURES. For Barmcdraan, Temora, Cootamunilm, a&d Syd ney, daily, (Sundays excepted) at 1 a.to. .JPor Ungarie, on. Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. | For Mors den ami Forbes, on Wednesdays and Saturdays ut 7 a.id. • For Yaljjoprin, on Tucsdayn, Thursdays and Sat tiays at 10 a.m. For Caroon, on Saturdays at 6 a.m. For Kildary, on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m. Thn rnnils arc delivered at the post office up to 8 .ra. each .day. Mails are ready for delivery about alf-an-hour after the arrival of eoacb. Letter box oleawd for despatch at 0 a.m. each day. Pillar box at Central Wyalonff clcared daily at , T.ftO p.m. Money Order .and Government Saving Bank. HOurs'-Week days—iOa.m. to Gp,in.; Saturdays— 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

- Sporting Notes. By '• Prodigal." Victoria, the great and good, is dead and sport as well as work, must, at this time, be suspended, consequently sport ing matteis have been at a complete st>indstill The Sydney Turf Club meeting lias been postponed from Anniversary Day to February 13 and 16. The Inter-State cricket;- match, Vic toria v. N.S. W, was commenced yester day. In conseqnence of the funeral of the lata Queen. Victoria taking place today the race mooting at Moorfield will be hreld on Wednesday next. The Victorian cricket tenm, owing to the Inter.State match being iiban doned last Saturday, are the guests of the N.S.W. Cricket Association. The men are locited at Coogee Bay. Some of the Victorians were to take part in a match at Manly during the week The following curious incident which ocfin'rred at a hurdle race at Tumber unib'a'liTJS been referred to th« A J.C. : "Theio weie six competitors in a race, which- was won by Dondybrook, with Gratis second. During the race one...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Charley Hughes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

Cnarley Hughes. Mr Hughes, fntln-i- of Trooper C. Hughes; who wiia lately so severely wounded nt South Africa, sends us tlie following splendid letter from one of the returned officers : — Campbelltown, N.S.W. Jan. 12, 1901. My dear Sir,—Having returned by the Orient from South Africa, I hasten to send you n little note in regard to your son, Private Charles A. Hughes, of C Squadron, N.S. \V. Mounted Rifles, of whoso miraculous escape from death whilst gallantly holding a post during the engagement at Rhenoster ICop on tlip 13th November last, j'ou are doubt less aware. I am sure it will be a re lief to your mind to know tliat on the 12th of December last (the day before the Orient left Capetown) I received word from the Medical Superintendent General Hospital, Kroonstad, of which ycur son is an inmate, that your boy had aiino-it completely lecovered from his wounds, and that he wouM before very long be fit to start his homeward •journey. Your son served under my immedi ate command ...

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W.C.R. Club. CLUB SHOOTING, 26th JAN., 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

W.O.R. Club. CLUB SHOOTING, 26th JAN., 1901. yds. yds. H'cap. T'l." 890 flOO H. Nnpld .. 22 27 ' 7 ? 66» W. Wheoler ... 35 2;} 2 '! 62 D. Nicolas ... 81 23 6 49 J. Wyllie ... 30 li> 2 47 J. A. Hodgo .. 25 13 2 45 J. SmotUuret ... 22 19 2 42 • Limit of Handicap, A dust-storm that is considered fully as bad pa the storm of " Blaok Friday" four years ngo broke over Broken Hill on Saturday last. All day it had been fenrfully oppressive, the 'thermometer registering 100. The storm gathered in the west, and about 4,36 it broke. The wind bWw 'with tremendous velocity for one and a half hours. It wus dark, and for ten minutes, there was absolute blackness. The storm inspired consid erable terror in those not used to Broken-Hill, and those inured to the vagaries of country weather felt relief when it was over. Several houses wero unroofed, and a good deal- of damage was done. The dust was followed by a few drops of rain; SOUDEN keeps everything in the Ironmongery line. It is the best plan...

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Wyalong District P,A. H. and I. Association, ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

Wyalong District P,A. H. and I. Association, ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of members of the above took place at Hartigan'o Imperial Hotel on Thursday afternoon l:.sb—Mr. S. .Wilson, Jnr., (President)' occupying the chair. ?here were about 60 members pres ent, and the meeting .was of a very animated character. _ In opening the meeting the Chair man Enid he was glad to see so many DreseRt at tho first annual meeting of the Association. All present were aware that the annual meeting, accord in? to.the rules, was fixed for the 1st Thursday in Mny. 'Ho studied the rules nftf-r the holding of the last Show, and found that they were at fault, and he niov.'d that the rule re- j lating to the annual meeting be altered ; so that the gathering should take-place i on tho 3rd Thursday in January, or as soou aft r as convenient.1 He thought it was a most vague rula («nd for in formation read it), and according to his judgment, he took it that the com 1 mitree had power to- alter such rules ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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OPEN COLUMN, ALDERMAN DAVIS AND MESSRS. NEELD AND SONS, To the Editor of the wyalong ADVOCATE). [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

OPBJST COLUMN, ALDERMAN DAVIS AND MESSRS. NEELD AND SONS, To the Editor of tho wyalong Advocate). Sir,—As I am often asked, perhnpa you will kindly allow me toexplain publicly the reason why I am no longer employed on Neeld's mine. About a week ago I was told on the mine by one of the Messrs. Neelc} that they could not keep me there any longer as I had not supported them in the Council. He admitted there was no complaint about the work they paid ine for, I reminded Mr. Neold that before acting as an alderman I had to make a solemn declaration that I would do my duty faithfully according to tti<y law. Mr. Ni-eld replied that J-was supporting Mr. Moiiacty, the Mayor- I" informed liini that I was supp jt ting no man, but I must be on the same side as those who .vere trying, to carry out the law without ft:ar or favour,- accord ing to their solemn declarations:- Ji was then dismissed. I hope, however, that my fftte will not cause any man in Wyatong tO'fear to do his duty at t...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

Local and General. Tlio Queen's funeral takes place to day. The death of ttie Queen was due to culebrul (brain) failure. All the business places in town will be closed to-day from 1 p.m. until 5.30 p.m , on account of the Queen's funeral. The King, in Council,' has-altered in the Prayer Book the prayer for the Royal Family, substituting for the name "Albert Edward, the following words : " Our Gracious Queen Alex andra, George Duke of Cornwall and York, the Duchess of Cornwall and York.' The work of exhuming the remains of people buried in the old Devonshire street cemetery, Sydney, has com menced.' The Cemetery is required for railway-purposes. A meeting of the W.W.C llifle Club will take place at Evans's Motel on Monday night next, to transact im portant business. ' In Hamburg dogs are taxed by weight; the heavier the dog the larger the tax. If such a tax were imposed on the dogs at W_\ along, the Govern ment would rake in a grand revenue. Bush fires are a daily occurrence in the T...

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Wyalong Hospital. ELECTION OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

Wyalong Hospital. ELECTION OF COMMITTEE. A meeting of subscribers ■ of' the above was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, West Wyalong^orf Wednesday ni«hfc last for tl>0'declaration of the poll iii corfneeti'on with-the election of nine .Committeemen. Messrs. F. Hancox ■ and J. Howard (Scrutineers) commenced"their arduous duties punctually to time (8.30 p.m.) and it did not tnketriem long to count the nntnerotn ballot-papers. Altogether, 107 papery were re ceived—of which 22 were informal. Mr. P. Clarke (who occupied the chair) announced the successful can didates and their votes as follows:— J. Campbell 83 F. W. Clarke 83 J. Walters 83 R. Necld 81 H. Souden 80 H. R. Helyar . 7-6 T. L. Jones. 76' D. William 65' Re7.lG'."'WyR;itten ,,,, 55 ■ F. Peach 52 E. J. Pike 40 The first nine were declared duly elected. '1 he first meeting-of the new Com mittee takes' place on Monday night

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY, FEB. 2, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY, FEB. 2, 1901. Titn coming Federal elections promise to eclipso a!l previous elections when tho great cry Freetrade v. Protection was rampant throughout the whole country, The' opposing.,-' fo'rcea"~ftre boitlg marshalled in- battle—art-ay, and we roust fully expect to have all the old and rery much worn arguments rammed down our throats by iv political army of wind-bngSv ■ Fer tile pant ,£ow years. the- country -ban bcou'at pcace—all the old eores having healed; and the' many estrangements offiiendship—c tuswd by the political bagpipe—have been wiped out, only to be reopened as swu as the Federal campaign eovumetn: :a: We have had " Braddon's Blot" tongue-banged all over the country, and when that was finally wiped out, there was a feeling febct everything would then go Km -ot]i!y> Hut we were very much' mistaken—-for no sooner had the Fed'i'a!1' Ministry been formed than th'is old worn out cry of the Fiscal Tariff had been resurrected, and speeche...

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Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

Land Board. A meeting of. the Local Land Board will be held at Barmedman on the 6th JYbruary, when following cases will bo dealt with :— ' C.P. 00.11 Barmedman East, Union Bank, -J. W. H. Wyse. I5.P. 00.12 liariueduisn, Union Bank. J. \V. H. Wyae. G.P. 00.10 Barmedman, Union Bank, J. W. II. Wyso. C.P. 00 10 B<irtuedman, Union Bank, H. E. If. Wyse. C.P. 00.9 Burmedmun, Union Bank, H. E. H. Wyae. ' To decide priority of applications for Settlement Lease :—' Portion 25, 143S acres,' parish Lani;i-kftl-k'il. Portion 27, 1638 a., pariah Bof»in derra. Portion 58, 2227 ft., Cookaburra gong. 24 I Portion jy > 1996J acres, parishes Boginderra *nd Thurungly, ■ .To decide priority of applications fof homeiitohd .selection '• Portion 50, 835 a., parish Warri. Portion 51, 925 a., parish Warri. Portion 52, 925 a., parish Warri. TnuRSDAT, 7tii Fkbruart. Inquiries aa to Issue of Certificates, C.P. 95.10 Barmedmun East, Her man Tiedeman. C.P. 94.6 Barmedman- Eost, John Coleman. C.P. 95...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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MINING NOTES. WHITE REEF [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 2 February 1901

MINING- NOTES. WHITE REEF After a long suspension of operations owing to the boiler being damaged, work has again been commenced at the above mine. THE OPAL FIND. We are informed that search is being made to subafcantiiite tiie report that ofml had been found in Qagee's paddock,'and: already •. four shafts have been sunk"hpthe hope of finding the precious mineral. So fur, however, no startling-reports have come-to hand.' APPEAL Ct'AihV About 20-tons of atone from the' above claim- is being, treated • at Nicolns and Reymond-'a battery, and so fur the yield is turning out very well. We hope the lot will'- return a rich harvest. KtLDARY ITEMS. Mining matters at JCildary are still on the progressive line, and new leases are being applied for. The parcels rofened to in our last issue—belonging to Curr and party, and Riley and party—were crushed during the week. Curr and party's went over2^ozs to the ton, and this is very satisfactory. The shaft in only down about i8ft., where a reef over...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901

The Case of Mr. wm. McCarthys ( From the Windsor and Richmond Guzette). iir our. special kki'okter. Information having been .conveyed to tho QazatU thutMr. McCarthy hadrecoTercd from A Very Serious illness, we at once detailed a reporter to make full enquiries into the matter, and also to per sonally interview McCarthy himself on the subject. When our reporter arrived at McQr&th's Hill, near Windsor, he found whom- he sought, powerfully wielding a Bledge hammer in his forgo. The way that Mr. McCarthy lifted up the heavy sledge as though it weighed but a few ounces quite astonished onr reporter, for lie had expected tu tiiul tho blacksmith in A' Weak 8'ia-eo-of Health. " How do you feol, asked our reporter ?"■ • Never felt bettor in my life," replied tho blacksmith, and he pat down his hammer and eriLered straight away into a conver sation. "Yon ask me what wan the matter with me," said Mr. McCarthy, " well, that is what no one aould tell me. My illness oamo upon liie aa onex...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901

Land Board. A meeting of the. Local Land Board will be held at Barmedman on the 6th February, wlion following eases will be dealt with :— C'.P. 00.11 Barmedman East, Union Bank, J. W. H. Wyse. B.P. 00.12 Barmedman, Union Bank, J. W. M. Wyse. C.P. 00.10 Barmedman, Union Fink, J. W. H. Wyse. C.P. 00.10 Barmedman, Union Bank, H. E. H. Wyse. C.P. 00.9 Barmedman, Union Bank, II. E. H. Wyse. To decide priority of applications for Settlement Lease :— Portion 25, 1438 acres, parish Langi-kal-kal. Portion 27, 1638 a., parish Bogin derra. Portiou 58, 2227 • a.) Cookab'urra £onS 24 ) Portion ^ V 19961 acres,-parishes Boginderra and Thurungly. To decide priority of applications for homestead selection :— Portion 50, 835 a., parish Warri. . Portion Sly 925-'a., parish Warri. Portion 52, 925 a., parish Warri. Thursday, 7th February. Inquiries as to Issue of Certificates. C.P. 95.10 Barmedman East,. Her man Tiedeman. C.P. 94.G Barmedman East, John [ Coleman, • C. P. 95.3 Barmedman East, John Colem...

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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901

Here and There. The British Commissioner at Kroon stad .states that Coinniancliint Fi one man cruelly sjamboked the pence envoy Morgend.-iel. On January 10 Do-Wet ordered Morg"ndaeI to bo shut, and command ant Froneauui shot iiim without anv trial. In consequence i f a quarrel with the bluejackets, the'West Indian sol diers at St Helena wore conlind to the barracks. The West Indian soldiers mutinied at St. Helena, but under treat of artil lesy fire they surrendered. A serious shooting accident' occurred at Omega, near Kiama, on Monday morning-. rI\vo State lads, Frederick Rice and Thomas Whip, who had served their apprenticeship to Mr. Ilenry Chittick, of Saddle Back; on Sunday last went to his brother, Mr. Robert Chittick. of Omega. On Mon day morning, while Mr. Chittick was at (he factory with his milk, the two lads went to a room to yet some fruit. Jlicc states that ho stooped to get some pears from the floor, when lie was almost immediately shot in the but tock with the full cha...

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