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Alleged Murder on the High Seas. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

reged "Murder on the High Seas. At Port Chalmers, on the 8th;* the second officer of the Oneca' ' (an American barque), from New York, Charles- Doild,' was brought before the resident magistrate,* Mr. Mansford, Charged with the murder; on the high leas, of a sailor named Green. Captain Henry said: Green "teas an "uneriean, about' 87 'years of age ; he ast saw the' seaman on tlie 'evening' of September 17,' and the second mate old him there was a man overboard; rithiu five "minutes "of this all hands rerc on deck ; the night was dark, and here was a strong'windfronx the 3S". W.; ho vessel was all aback," and fie (tho aptain) asked if, should the boat be owerd, any man would go after Green; hey all refused as it was'not safe;' the ressel was stopped 'for* fifteen minutes, rhile they looked for"-Green; then they ianlcd away, as no .trace of hinl could >c discerned ; had ordinary life-buoys, rat none were- thrown overboard ; it ras afterwards ascertained that the man ? crboard was Jo...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Murrurundi. (From the Times, Oct, 31.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Mnrrnrundi. (From the Times, OrUZU) > , t j Crmtous' Sjsake 1 Story.—A ".corres pondent supplies us with the particulars of the following adventurer—Mr V( J'. Wfllinijs,' a baikwoods man employed by Mr. Wolfe, on tho Northern tJail way on the - Liverpool JjEange, lad -his?, attention directed' to" a .parrot's iiest, and .upon examination, h?j found at to contain fiftur eggs. Having.mentioned the fact.to a person living near the spqt, he wai , asked to secure. fhe young birds the arrived, andoi]U&£e2gnd inst., seeing that the old \hp*?4s werfc no* hoTeriag about, that the young bare flown. To! a^ c sM?ipo-"'C! J real position of affairs, ho t c )'~'. -i .a, 'tlie tree,,and pat his hand:into - ~ mc nest,.when to his horror he grasped the 3iead~ of & lisrge" diamond, snake.! Withdrawing hi& hand suddenly,. W ? found the snake stretching" its' head . towards him till its widely -expanded' mouth was within s. few inches of his face. TotaSSTKie" EdEToTihe tret, ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

-- WtH JHtejTBtett i%tqn?. ?" Swoxx to yo Mastek ; op i;o 'sect AM I."' "Bn Jl/ST, AND FEAttSOT; LET AU THE ENDS T1IOP AIM'ST AT BR THT COUSTBl""!*, XHV.iiOII'X, AND TKlrrH'S.'

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Faithful Companions. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Faithful Companions. ? On Sunday, 23rd August, a sad acci dent,' resulting in tha loss of thrte lives by' drowning, occurred on the coast of Donegal,- near the village; of AJrdara. The unfortunate young men, whose names wero Kennedy, Gallagher, and M'Clinchcy, went to bathe at a secluded spot on the const. ? Two Of tliem re turned to the shore after bathiug, and i dressed, leaving M'Clinchcy still in the : water. . Seeing M'Clinchcy becoming exhausted, ' aud evidently sinldng, Kennedy plmiged into "the water- to assist Mm, and was seized by the' drowiiing-Tnan. Gallagher, .observing the perilous 'position- of his' comrades also plunged in' without a moment's hesitation, ? bnt" melancholy to relate, only to ? share -the same fate, for, being seized by his drowning companions, he sank with "them, and all three perished. The bodies- we're shortly afterwards re covered, each of tliem holding the other. One of tlie young men was tlie son of a widow.. Tlie others were, sons of re spectabl...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1874. Lavish Expenditure. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 167*. aCiawlsla K.xi>en<IItare. How few appreciate the importance of frugality on the happiness and well being of families I And how few, even when they do appreciate it, possess the ?elf-denial necessary to carry it into practice ? Some men lavish upon them ?elves ' the fruite of their lnbonr, as though their lives were spanned "'by a day. Provision for sickness and old age, enters rarely and sometimes never into their catcnlations. . The/ squander away their money as they receive it, and feel themselves relieved of a burden, when they sro relieved of their last ?billing. The world is full of misery brought upon it by this sort of improvi dence; and the misfortuno is that, ?while, the suffering falls npon the guilty, the weight of its' relcif fails npon. the innocent. "Were mcit frugal in their lives and economical in their homes, the distress relieved would be half what it is ; bnt there is ? belief that the flood of pronperitj is rarely follow...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Suicide of the Hon. Patrick Bellew. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Suicide of the Hon. Patrick ' Bellew. An inquest was held on Tuesday, 25th .August, at Fermoy Barracks, relative ' to the death of the Hon. Patrick JBellew, who was supposed to have committed suiciue the previous luglit. -toe ae ccascd was aa officer iv the 23rd regi ment. He v Tvas onty 20 years of. age, bat was described as beiiiy greatly ad dicted to drink. On the night-of his death. lie -was intoxicated, and, having ' got possession of a revolver, threatened to bhoot some of Ms brother officers. .TTnfortunatoly, -he -was- allowed to take the revolver with him. to his dressing room, where lieshot himself through the Lead. Xhe jury found that the deceased committed suicide white labouring , under temporary insanity induced by drink.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ladies' Swimming Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Ladies' Swimming: Match. As amatenr ladies' swimming maiciJHH '. came off on the Cth August at <bj§B ladies' baths, Blackrock, and was ?'§iH ; nessed bv a Tast crowd from the neieVa___ bourhood and from the city. The rej war bridge and the railway wall, for i distance at least of a quarter of a jn&, ?were covered -rrith spectators, and fe race was vritueEsed vrith tlic utmoS eagerness and interest. The start mi at about -t o'clock iv the afternoco, ?when the tide fas almost at its fi£ The coursevras round a small red if planted' straight out at sen, and a length was, as near as could be judge from a distance, something over MS yards. . There "srere Sve ladies comje ting, and. before the start they anmsrf themselves by taiing headers and lesj dires, and playing a thousand pr?sb in the Trater. At lljo discharge of tit pistol, they all west off together; Mi before the itrst fiicy strokes were tak'iji? it -rras Gttite rjppsrent that three of tiiEiO, had tiie rr.es. be...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Local and General News. !To Otrx, RKAOESS.—We must apologise for any omiavion of local news,for other de- I ficiency m this issue of fhe t "*J*yi?;"Vhich j may strike the minds of oar readers, on' the ground of nnr absence from home—onr at tendance being required at tbe,Circuit Court, notr sitting at Ea-t ?jUtniiiiauL ?""*-<--, TiiOlyisKtttas. —So change ju.iiu.-e in tbc weather wiico nnr l?t issue." The temperature rules high and hut winds are not scarce. However, the general appear ance of. the: crop* is io good that a? con tinuance of the present vtatc of affair* >s desirable. Unfortun&tely,rustustill spread ing itself amongst the'whoat. . ; Brjpcr Accident.—On Friday afternoon a buggy accident happened at Broke to Mr. .Holland, the defendant, in the late case at : the 'KEaitland, Circuit Court. It was- deemed necessary that the jury should visit the land about which the dispute, leading -to the action had occurred, mid they were being shown over the localit...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, 6:50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Slelegrapliic Intelligence.-- pFEoal - OL-S TELCGttAPtnC Camus-" L rONDCSTB.3 * " " ? - SYl'NEY-'" Tuesday, 6-50 . Melbourne has won the Rifle -Match. Xhe Baufe of TS. 9. W- at Goulbaair "" hasJbe_?-burnt-_to ground. ? > I '. : *.—S_t have invited, the .- i*.*,—* '- "*? r iaqpel* *&? recog?at-m-. 05, "?- Frj-,, . ->.', -1 ]_ openofl ~Pax__ra__t "" tn-iiy.. His-- speed* _>rot_ds-_-. _-E_orfc _e_sioa- The-, tiertetmasnt do.-w>fe-in -£___ to -ntrod-ce any great' qoestroa until the opinion, of fho- country hafc. been taken _tt_#._pproap}__s; geoerat - dectjo-s. ? It w- proceed again ynOx. the Electoral Law" Bin, and also- the "bills for t-*> 80-eonstruction of the Upper " House, Crii-aud. Jttrispradciicei Metio-' ' poli-m Water Supply, Treatment of Lunatics, and Management of the -Museum an< * --finery- H!s Escelleacy declare- tlierevonuosarjilus; officiallyan -1 no-need the annexation of Fiji. and, -' alluded to the failure of the California " Mail Ser...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Two Men from Suffocation. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

:. Death;of T*wo Men from. Suffocation. TjHJt Greafell correspondi-sti <jf the JSur rangong .Chronicle gives the particulars Of ate inquest held on the 28rA instant, torching jiee- death o.f Samuel B. Islip and !\Don?l<l If Donald, too had been .soiSftcaiediwith smoke on the. previous Afternoon in.xv aSfamaL-claim, on the QaMitUj?gj.ihtxjng^tins icareiess use of a fins^Hxcketviev:the shaft.- IsKp mc ? married man, azt3lexve£ a "wife-and three cJuWrea.-ranjwoTitiedVft'rl ' Jl'Donnld wax j?, widower. < - ' ' - j- > ; --" '; James Eager' deposed- at the Qnoadoeg, I hare seea the bodies at five-JiosnitaV and J-Tecogn-ise them, to be those of. Samuel. BJlslipv *ad" Donald M?BoaMld/Ut€ljvpartnere -with mc in a. nimmg claim , it ? the i Qaondong. . Oar party .consisted .of four" men. Jitmes Archer, and myself worked by night, and Islip and JKDouald by dor. Yesterday at noon, I went on to the claim, 2nd 31-Donald complained of the air in tlie sltaft being...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowling Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Bowling I&ctr&ordiaary. The following is from th-i Field of July 11 :—" In th.j ?:_tch Godmanchester v. I TVillingham. Cambridgeshire, on Tnos-. day, llr. Charles Brawn, of "Godinan- I I cliestor, Huntingdon, 1.-owed six wickets ! in ?.i?c successive balis. Tn? trro first j \ 'Wiilincliam >.>n!s hud scored 20 ttlicii > .Mr. JJrawn got Elwood ' leg before.' and j ?with the next two talis lie bowled ! Askew ami Xiiodtij', and tfao timoirc ! called ; over.' With the first ball of \ liis next over, ISnrar;i Ixwled a crack i .batsmiai, 3tr. Keir, with the soomrl j JFrohocTcj ami tiic thir.l Glcaves, making j six good wickets with six consecutive t balls. Sneh .1 performance -sronld not j !be likely to pass unrocogniseoT by those ?who -were fielding , , aud presents in the 'shape of cri<*eting-""ttecc-;saries were suggested on the ground. ; Brawn's { boTrling had not been overlooked bj the I country 'captain. Tlic yictory obtained hy sixteen colts of th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Funeral of the late Mr. Edward Sadler. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Funeral of the lata MEr. Edward ~" '' Sadler. The remains of the'rate *Mr.""EdVard Sadler were conveyed -U> their' final j resting-place at-Hnslem's Creek, yestrcr '; day afternoon. Tne funeral- procession. started-' irons: the late' residence or the deceased, the .Miners* Exchange Hotel, King^etreeV-shortly i after 2'o'clock, in , that following order: -Twenfy-fota-mcm , - tbere of* the NarnJ' Brigade (of which * deceased L Was" a ' member) forming- ? firing 'party,'irith reversed arms; the band of the brigade ; the hearse ; a f largo 'number of -natives of the colony land Freemasons?, on foot; three monrn ?ing coaches, containing- the near relatives .of the? deceased ;- and a very long- fine oi ' private.; <aad hired vehicles, containing weli-known citizens and admirers of the late' Jfrj Sadler. Hie. fnnenil fra? an exceedingly - well-attended one, ' and amongst the-persons present we noticed a > number- of officers of the Karal Brigade, mcladiug Captaia Hbcson R-...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Capture of Nana Sahib. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

-..-?? Capture of Nana Sahib. Aptwi seventeen 3-ears the murderer, of Cawnpore has at IcngUi liten captured, so wo (S. AT. Srrnld) are informed by" *. telegram from Calcutta, dafed the 2iud in&tant. It- was generally sap posed that Kaim Sahib wcs dead, and Ins mine was only mm Honed iritti dc ttetittion. ? It? mc on. the- breaking oat of Hie Sepoy>Terrolt iit 1847, the Eng lish residents ?£.- Canninoro werq "jtjsoed in tie greatest: puriL; 33l?fte-*iForts to ohtnin- scooail regime As , t.f 3ialiv<? cavajrr r6- Toltj;(i f(t?! TLeir cxatnpV Vas speedily iollottj;* by etc untive infantry. The EngliKli," CfcirwiTrt and z to til- ii alt to amounting to' ?Doaxly 900 per*>jjs, -wero with in a.-narrow cmrenclimcnt by the r?>bel itoTdicrs commaltded by Jtrtiia Sahib. Thoy defended \tl)CTii'iflre& ? lioroically against -Death however, rapidly B)iino? d their ranks, .and June 24- r INant soiit a me*. p?gc (?? Sir HjirfrtfrVheeiw, offering to allow the Engiij...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

? '?? '??'."- f e I sy'*a'B*H , a'Si S"s'fi : 3.''?j'|! .'??'lu^sisi.** '''!!'!:.. ?!"".'...' !/-.. ! *-'.AXB ;?-'?-; ...' :,'!?; -pP'.i!;.!>?,:,. ?.'is;'Pt**sx2s*i*sro EVKS.Y ". ? '??' z:--z'X " . a.Bt<l . Satemrsi??y r ;;:::;:; r.!""-'*: * , ;"2'-t ! : ko*"jr*ciso. '-!'!>?.!!-"; T ? z ; i- Termsot.Snb?cripti^a::— '..?',- : *.'. .' " TVeTear- to advance), payable Qusxteriy —- £1 Is-", J'! ; * 7. do' ;.! (crediy .. -. .'. ..?..?!*?;. ""' sal*"' The Credit price U if tbe subscription: ! .;:. ; dorlnit the f:r?t .-aontiz of tbe qnorter. The i '*.-' Zskdrearetlie tenzza. vbrtier the p*rcr ii ttellvered by : ';'.-':?. wsanaer.cr.throufib.' jwnt. j ?'-..'". ?l i triK*nch, and .. J=- .04. ; :BvetjradditiDnatinehorh.-ilf-':ncb .. -. li. Oil. I .. Arlvezrtiaeriieats of two *ts. Od. . "' Btrtba. Deaths, and Jirirr-Tr-CT"; -S* SJ" ' .-waalnesa Cards per o-uaner ~ ...To. 0-1. ( '.-. ? : r ~";', .. Koaidvcrtz=ezuez;z. Im.zri uaicrls. ' * *_*:-*A?b?ral allowance sr-;tl f.-r -idT...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS, viz. — VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

TABUS OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OS" KNGLISH MAILS, VIZ. — ?-via-suu* TBjesasca. . UU.TX mraticr. ? uwc boanoic - ' Mtax?ay2li?.Oe*,mt f TttdayJlUiDrclH*. Si mit?M. T i - jaWST „?? : . ucxnixat?agt, ? , "; ??'.?. ,; axkctic. xtdkkt.' ' . IJndS?ptL „- I „ Rll Nor. „ ? „ 20thObk ???? .?.'?. I ???????. 7tl> IVo. ,_ I „ ITUiSor. „ ..{ ??_, .4th J?n. JIT*>I , JKtDoc _ i _ latTVb. _ i .>. MthJe. 'M? i „ latM.r. I

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Singleton Post Office. Mtitt time for the 6octh. t3u* U ISftay. Sc?K&. [ *xhucou, lettmr, Tr-t JSuJtunu. Kotpatb, i TT?T?>.h aad as Kantej-. Tn—iT. I ?JBL.?.i? . ?nil o?a?taalny ?t . (MmOs XsuUr, Tam<tas- r W.rhMdiT. Ttattld?T XtSbQVaaaeMKrAu'.-toVwtlCsfttoad.JbltpMh Jbnm?ttawXaA ?Bβ Ssd?7. ?? S jus and. XaMter. Xbm> . Eituiitoy. ?* lftjft ?ja- T? 6boCC? *I?V Ya>t IMt, *.VI Gto?too,lscpok,<? WteonSs ?*!Wu?%itU?ta -

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

..A Goor> Tauwl —Tills was tbe admission drawn tVeea. ana of tbe leading physicians in San rcanciseo, . wben no saw the effects of three battles ot Bkistoi/s flap."**"''**'-*-* on a patient wnom he hatl vainly been trying* to. care for many weeks. Itwasacase of foal embeien csrlxrcly c?ml by the AarsaraaiUa.—Aovr. ? JL WOXDK-t-rtJl* Caa-CER—Diiring-aperiodot nearly fca"ency-frre year*, one raedjcinsl stimalant has ex cj-osi-i-ely enjoyed the confidence of the most experienced; ph-nacians on this side ot the Atlantic. To-iray. as from the tone of Us introdttctian. UDOU-no Wo-zrCa AaossaTio Scmznair. scns?arrs takes the lead of every other tonic aad diuretic in tbe eatiraa'iaa of the pahlle and of scientlUe men. Its purity, its sarreeabie -Savor, ita irrvla*orazin?reaectaneat"iedi9esUvno--eans its extrabrainary efflcoiiy In diseases of :the kliineys. tba rapidity wilb. when It restores tbe strength or Uw.de rillfs*-*. —t I*' .~r".'-r-'"-a— ?"-** nerrocal diiinesns. have deservedly ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

M-otica to Advertisers- AT> Visit riSEBS ore. particularly requested to send their raver* oat later ttwui rive p.m. on ZTursJoyo aswf Fridays: otlievwitc weeaeuot sraor.s'izee Iht le insertion 1.-i tlie rolloseluc l**"*. ?* 3ixoi.trr>w ajwiv omv. Ootoe-r 30,.isr<s. Notice to 'Correspondents. COREXSPfjjrDHKTH Trtit please observe tbat lsttera Teeetvee" attar l ear o'clock: in ttaaoftemeona lmme sUatslr prior te the rfoys o." iMibUeollon. can not be iaseruaUn the following issue. "anarab?raat Artoor" ofllce, Oosaosr 1?, l?7?zz Our Accounts. OUR ACCOUNTS for tbe past qeartcr having been Issued we shoolii feel cbltfred to our constituents "- far an earls' settleeistit of the same. Frrfcsf.srro* Attars" OSloe, t*a*>Mtf-ll,I?7a. ]

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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

ContTttflreial Intelligence. BTNOLETOK- PEICBTLISX. 3fcg?<ghnH—tt> ?_ (Sena SiperdM. BottTfWTulu ??Iγ) ?&. (B?teU) I*. per BmmbCWbc*~)c)M. to W-, (KetoUl M. ob?iw.fWaotiJO?t-perll). toy CDatett) pcrtoa „ -. „ ? O >(?,< O B -.. — .. ? 0 O? *1>- ??? ? U CEao?Bie> „ ...... )U?,4 1 ? ? ?,, .1 .. -. ... . . * ?

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Wholesale Robberies. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

WIaoie3ale 'Rvibhszies. Yi;jti:7>.dat forenoon, before the Water Police Magistrate and Messrs. Coveny nr.<l Spence, John SEurpby, aged 32, a seaman of tho Kezabla (r;.), was charged with having sto len a ca.-c of preserved salmon, the property of Sir. "Mac-jregor, manager of the steamers "Wezitexn and ICembla, from ihe Patent Slip "Wharf, The evidence given by the watchman oil tho wharf wns to the encct that between 11 and 12 o'clochon Thursday night, "ha observed Murphy, cs he wan going oa board tlie Kernb'a, which was lyin** alongside the wharf, lift np the' corner of a tarpaulin which covered a number of cases of preserved salmon,' and talks ont a case. There were with Jfarphy (said the watchman in his evidence) th*. cook and steward of the Keiabls, who called ont to him, " Here's the watch man I" Murphy took: the caaa with | him,_however, and carried it on board the Kerablaz Ko wasfollowed onboard hy the watchman, who had seen all that took place," and remained on ...

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