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THE late MR. JOHN TOWERS' Black Oils and other prescriptions may be had by applying to MR. THOMAS GASS, Auctioneer, Dolpin Inn, Kendal, Sole Agent for Westmorland.
The Select Committee of the Transvaal Legislative Council, to whom the
Native Hut Tax Bill was referred for report, have recommended that the tax should
be increased from 10s, as originally proposed, to 20s, and ...
SUMMARY OF PASSING EVENTS.
The statement recently made by a labourer named HERBERT, at a meeting held in Newport, Isle of Wight, that he had been discharged from the Queen's estate at Osborne, because he had asked for higher wages, could not be accep
THE NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT AND ENGLISH LABOURERS.
The following reply of the New Zealand Government to the memorial recently presented on behalf of the National Agricultural Labourers' Union, praying that free passages may be granted to suitable emig
widowhood, was asked by a friend why he did not propose and marry her.
“Marry her!” he exclaimed, thinking only of the dignified and majestic
creature he had seen in Lady M...
HACKTHORPE - MONDAY, JAN. 5.
(Before the REV. W. MARKHAM, and CAP. MARKHAM.)
ASSAULT. - HANNAH THWAITES, of Shap, preferred a charge of assault against GEORGE PARKS, of Kings Meaburn. MR. J. P. SHEPHERD appeared for defendant. - Compl
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On Tuesday night a young man named Thomas MILLER, residing in Mount
Pleasant, was killed in the yard at William Pit.
The deceased was employed there as a wagoner, and was letting a railway
truck filled with coal out fro...
Before T. S. SPEDDING, WM. OXLEY, and H. A. SPEDDING, Esqrs., and the REV. H. M. SHORT.
A QUESTION OF TIME.
SUSANNAH GRISEDALE, a married woman, wife of NORMAN GRIZEDALE, was charged with having perjured herse...
in his life, and he has seen some over ninety years old. It is because an
Indian has no trouble, no worriment, or anything that way. Let an Indian start a