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y
e

to

record

already

which

in

the

fell

of

JANUARY

SATURDAY,

and

has

central

taken
has been
household
the
cares;
from
prospects,
sunny
and
it
the little
ere
child,
sible
for
or
familiar
sin,
Aud-so'
burdens'of'life.
to
the
end of time.
Death

,a

SYDNEY.
L
MONDAY EVENflNGt:
Tni'
Honorable
Marks
John
of
sworn
as
a'
member
they
in to-day
Y
Executive
Council.
is
The election
for East Macquarie
and
the
nomi
fixed
for FPburary
lst,
nation
for Januaiy
28th.
of
Mr
C.
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to be appointed
railway

the

enters

step
and the

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conimissioner

to

Mr
manager;

Mr

succeeds

Cairlisle

is

Dean

Roman

Armidalo.
Charles
Harden, ;who was
injured
on. Saturday
night
balloonfrom
a
died
to-dayi

Duke,

has

army,
that

all

for

be 'direct
intimated
that

with

the

12.

bell

years
business
as

ago.

a

realised

a

Being

and

the

unless

possible,

first

was

conditions

Nisch,

who

settled.

fortified'

a

position.

south

Widdin

of

to

has

re

capitulated;,

Russian

the

troops,.

being

futile.

After

the

at

Shipka,

their

way through
Russians
the
Passes,
and

advance,

immediately

the

of

their

forcing
Balkan
their

continued

oc

R.oumelia,
and
Bazardjik,
foot
sovuthern

entered

the

at

in

and

other

Zeni-Sagaa

cupying

Turks

the

defeating

position

ness,
of

advance

tinuing,
for seige,

It

has

Constantinople,
Grand
Pasha
as
Minister
as
Pasha
Nisch

sed

to

retreat

the

nople

It

is

that

alleged

to

being fixed,

against

any

being

proposals

Adrirnople

a

be

should

made

depend
first'

also

to

intrigue

involve

Cabinet

this

Councils

the

midst

we

have

it

of

the

geitleman

this

sorrowfully
notice.

an

in

the

were

wveek.

life

in the

we

unlooked
whose
placed

to

or

whose

has

been

table

Providence

findin&

past

years

difficult

to

it

ei.LU.

will

the

the
I1UILL

filled

the

1i0

mails,

Wilson,

Edward

Mr.

of

estate

vast

vian

it,.
.1

senior

pro

months

died

posing

948.

Consols,
Bank
rate
Wheat
Wool
Straits'

Australian

absence

4

discount,
34-

rate,

per

per

Mrs

cent.

estate
of

his

£64

tin,

to

£64

satisfied,
Mr
sas

ditto.

tin,
wheat,

n.

10s per,

69s

to

e

71s.

expressed
'

tallow

steady.

National Library of Australia

to

'go

f

longer

a

on

two

over

years

or

to
with

lie

he
to

colony.

by

ex

the

as

life

mis

me
will

which

his

bereaved

to

I

largest

town

the

of

to

in
of

Queanbeyan

the
the

on

the
and

have

and

mournful
principal

district,

at

by

read

To

testify
of
memory
unostenta

had

endeared

far

him-by
persons

seen

the

and

church

bearing
knew

who

the
Can

Quean

of

quiet,

number

I

ered

in
at

funeral,

in

gentle
all

i
remember

ny

the

impressively
Canon
Smith.
respects
to the

and

1

him

i
rol

John

deceased-whose

tious,

interred

was

last

1

yesterday,

cemetery
Kealman

undertook

Rev.

their

place

a

district,

including

buy

for

it

I

it.

throne

terms

concluded

was

not

On

mounting

he

of

sign

endeavoured

the
army,
instruction,

finances,

system

obtain

humilia
his father

on

peace

the

reorganise

the

less

1849.
Sardinia

of

in

succeeded

of

of

opponent

reputed

imposed

treaty

August,

and

watch

a

those

the
till

g to

him a

told

public

England

with

several

let t

not

established

commerce,

of

and
promoted
free
trade.
railways,
He indignantly
refused
the offer
made
for the cession
of
Parma,
by Austria
he would
abolish
the
con
provided
stitution.
Genoa
revoltid
having
an
and
expelled
his garrison,
he sent
against
recovered
his forider
it,
army
and
his efforts
for the
prospe
right,
of
his kingdom
were
rity
generally
He
one
successful.
had,
however,

it t

as

that,

would

treaties

at
that
price.
my possession
I[
and
asked
me
angry
why
a bargain.
I[
between
him and
to
Take
the
but t
Sherd,
watch,
have
to do with
it.
He s
nothing
Doonan's
had his s
his daughter
at
of

got

than

ud

E

I

and

buy

the

He
Austria

the

the e

saying

to

10s."

more,

buy

it,

buy

I'll

e

confec

to

me

buy

came

a

Liberalism.
ing from

he

somewhat

hunter,

haughty,

title
that

except

II.,

dashing

a

ting
but
;-

to
com
asked
pay
for the
watch
and
he woul
II
great: struggle
throughout
reign
I said
I
his;
bring me the money back.
would
went
with
the
with
the
court
and
of
Rlome.
and
clergy
pay for it,
he donds
to Cane's
and
gave
guided
watch
and
Sherd
Cavour,
by Count
church
property,'
and
Walsh-a
sovreign.
Next
much
day I gave 3 cated
the
next
half f took
clerical
privileges.
him a pound
many
away
note, and
in town
all
He concluded,
in
a sovreign.
Sherd
was
January,
1859, a
France
and
the
time
but left,
at
last without
convention
with
England
pay
I after.
to take
in a war
against
part
Russia,
ing me or taking the watch.
and
from
and dispatched
to the
Crimea
an
wards
saw,
Mr
army
Lazarus,
General
what
I told
him he bought
the
watch
17,000
men
under
de
to
it
distinguished
ltgelf
he wanted
make
a pre
which
Marmora,
stating
I
the
watch
and
on the
banks
of
the
sent.
He
bought
by a victory
to
for £2
139.
Sardinia
part
in the
with
a seal,
chain,
My Tchernaya.
to a
where
heir
Am
in getting
him to consent
Conference
of
object
Paris,
for
own
bassador
laid
before
the
represents
settlement
before
was
my
the
no
and
I
tives
an
able
paper
on
state
of
as I had
receipt,
protection,
iItaly.
the
his
gave
him
the
in instalments
In 1855,
king lost;
money
he knocked
and
and
was
as
I had seen
how
fast
mother,
wife,
brother,
the
by:
for £11
odd.
Com
brought
to the
verge
of
grave
down
his cheque
he Visited
had previously
paid
me
10s
fever.
After
his recovery,
plainant
the
I got
for
where
he was
and
that
with
3s that
France
and
England.
the
paid me
back
all
I had ad
received
with
great
and
seal
enthusiasm,
the
Garter.
vanced.
was
created
a
Knight
of
the
Legion
of
Complainant
asked
no
questions.
and
Grand
Cross of
Magistrate
here
ob
Honour.
In the early
part
of
The
Police
1859,,
whose
served
that
Welsh
was
the
relations
with
Ausr
king,
evidently
tr~a
the
to his
and
had been for a long time
senses,
coming
beginning
to see
the
had been
dis
of
announced
in thk
how
watch
verse
friendly,
that
of.
He had been
in a happy
chamber
a storm
was
posed
impending,
detailed
the
state
of
he would
caution
and
Count
Cavour
griev
migd, and
that
if
take
care
he
anees
of
Sardinia
against
Austria
in
him
he did
not
Derby's
would
find himself
in a lunatic
asylum
a diplomatic
circular.
Lord
its
best endeavours
beforelong.
government
used
to avert
a war
which
seemed
immi
Austria
but
without
effect.
A
was
carried
at
the ad
resolution
nent,
journed
of
Sardinia
to
but ih
the Queas.
summoned
quarterly
meeting
disam,
Hospital
Commwittee
on
beyan
Monday,
and
the
Austrain
vain;
army crossed
week
for
to further.
adjourn
for
a
the
of
the
the
Ticino.
The
Emperor
attendance
of
the
and
personal
secretary
a powerful
French
dispatched
army
eomiunittee'".
the
production
by,
him
of
the
to
and
assumed
the
Italy,
having
report
for
the
adjourned
furtheomiug
the
joined
Sardinian
forces
command,
annual
meeting.
Austrians
at
Monte
and
defeated
the
For
want
of
the
legal
the
quorum,
at
30
Palestro,
bello,
May
20;
May
Dis
annual
of
the
Q-aeantseyan
meeting
and
31; at Magenta, June 4; and at
trict
HoRspital
strnds
also
adjourned
till
and
June 24, the
Emperor
Solferino,
Monday next.
been present
in person.
The
King
On Monday evening
meet
the'annual
Loin.
Austrians
were
expelled
from
on
of
Queanbeyan
behalf
the
ing at
the
princes
from
Naples, Tus
bardy,
-

and

-me

plainant

Ken

John
a

of

watch

upon

ap

I

(defendant)

-

watch

at

he
I

note

the

Lazarus,

my

written

door.

half-sovereign
he took.

Mr

the

on

the

outside

,La

t

.

who

repay
a

i

the

at

He

told

to

tradesman

a

re'

he

whom

remember
or

lending

your

I

7s;

you

do not
7s the

me

re
next

have
seen
a
man
named
Mr
Cane's; I do not know
I do not
to
remember
going
your
place
with
Sherd about
his buy
I have no recollection
ing the watch.
to
Cane's
of
your
over
with
going
Sherd and
in his presence
me
giving
a sovereign.
I don't
recollect
you
me
the
next
day.
I
a £1-note
giving
have
no
recollection
of
your
giving
the
me
a
half-sovereign
next
day
that.
of
after
I have no recollection
to
your
with
Sherd,
my going
shop
"don't
and
him
hearing
say to you,
bargain,"
between
stand
me
and
a
and
you
give
him £2 10s.
I
seeing
recollect
about
it.
I remem
nothing
ber going to the
hospital.
You took
there.
I got
a
flannel
a
me
shirt,

I

at

handkerchief,
from you.

and

I

Wesleyan

it
presence

was

settled

appear

Mr
with

going
remember

excuse

that

then

was

a
Queanbeyan.

case

I

you.

to

take

of

price

and

exami

in

ed

and

and

one

money

He

did

a

some

£2

that

price

J.

H.

Williams,

stationed

I

one,

balance

out

pound
that

him

buy
him

asked

watch

and

10s.

II

all.

to

take
at

of

his

for the

formerly

Binda

at

of

Crook

and

The
is

though

weather,

not

so

last

severe

very

latter

the

request

He

'to
said

told'

it

he wanted

at

evacuation

two

was

years,

Death
be

will

of

the

of
seen

that

to

our

death

Victor
Emmanuel,
The
memoir
following
"Men
of
the
Time":

taken

is

King
is

from
"
Victor
Emmanuel, King of Italy,
son
of
Charles
Albert,
King of Bar
of
Queen
and
Theresa, daugh
dinia,
ter
of
Grand
Duke
Ferdinand
of
Tus
born
March
was
cany,
14, 1820, and
at
his
baptism
the
names
received
Marie
Albert
Eugene
Ferdinand
Thomas
Victor
Emmanuel.
He was
educated
in
science
and
carefully
April
and
military
tactics,
married,
Archduchess
Adelaide
12, 1842, the
of
who
died
Austria,
January
20,
took
1855.
He
an
active
as
part,
Duke of Savoy, in the events
of
1848
the
the field
his father
Accompanying
1

f

4

1

i

1

behaving

with

great

Goito

and

bravery

at

Novara.
On
the.
latter.
(March
the
after
evening
Charles
Albert
signed
his
24, 1849),
to
abdication
the
Bellina
Palace.
was
then
known
his son and
Little
of
of

seat

of

in
16,

transferred

Rome

from

King

cause

to

French.

the

and

the

common

the

and

the

was

1865,
1866

govern

French
September

by

withdrawn

In

a

in

of

Italy,
Pruseia,

with

May

signed

treaty

against

fleet

sustained

July

20

;

success

of

signed
Venice

at

the

Prussians,
October

manuel,
the

His

Princess'

nand

Prince

to

Louis

eitj

repeated

consists

30,

heir
Eugene,
of
Piedmont,

of

2,

the

Thdtrse

Marie

1843,

and

Prince
Humbert
Rdnier
Fedi
Jean Marie

1859,

to

apparent,.

and

4,;
born
Mardh
Amadeus
Ferdinand
Aosta
(now King of

of

May
Pia,

King

30, 1845;
born October
October

married

I.,

Em
Italy

Emmanuel

and

of

Victor
of

1844;

1847,

occupation

that

family

Prince
Duke
Marie,
born
Spain),
Princess
Maria

ents

to

Prince

Napoleon;

int6
ev

Kingdom
to
known
be

January

married

.nm

entry
The

transfer

Clothilde
born
March

Louise,

iieror

the

of

well

here.

Charles

the

and
capital

too

are

v

was

Venetia'

of

made

of

thd

peace
3, byw4hicli

ana

tamy,

his
public
November
7.
Venice,
which
resulted
in the
Rome
of
by the troops
manuel

of

consequence

territory

to

Lsama,

off

reverse

in

the

ceaea

were

a

but
Vienna

and

4

battles.

30,
March
A treaty

Florence,

signed

court

which

title,

12, deolared
Austria.
The
Italisik
was
defeated
army
by the Austriand
June
at Custozza,
24, and the Italiatn

of

Italy.

was

war

Italy.

the

The
in

]

making

FOREIGN

King of
by reference

columns

1

announced

1864.
Florence

by

telegraphic

the

wanted

buy

]

And

and

He

chain.

refused

came
watch

IT

the

of

to
Turin
of
Rome

from

army
1867.

wind.

AND
EXTRACTS.

transfer

there

Yesterday

hot

part

thuander-storms

about.

flying
trying

hot,

intensely

during
Slight

as

week.

been
a

still

France

by

and
i

the

England
June.
24.

by

recognised

to

4

of.

About

he

what

give

care

it.

the

the

of

complainant

to

me

at

£1.

was

was

well.

ENGLISH

let

'chains.
selected

I
asked
to
Land
Mr
Land

to

a

I

me

Monaro,

is

was

4

to.

me

He

him-the

after

the

here
from

arrive

children,

in

between

watch

which

asked

for

of

Turin,

established

formerly

ment

Rev.

came

asked

some.

so,but

him

week

and

at

assembled

formerly

Italy.

of

of,

Treaty

the
10, terminated
Victor
Emanual
The parliament,
March
17, 1861,

established

and

King

as

come

proximo.

to

wife

to

mails,

let

expected

stated

reside

afternoon

gave

the

gave

is

The

the

complainant

and

loose.

silver,

war
proposed

the

by

the

and
concluded

Franca,

November

Zurich,

England.

to

have

taking

(defendant

The

shop
5 o'clock,
lo'k
at
him

case

of

Thomas-Evans,

his

with

and

the

adjusting

time-table
on
the
J.

town,

of

the

on

He had
which
a hair
he said
he paid
guard,
10s
and
asked
me
I would
what
for,
allow
him for it.
I told
him
is 6d.
6d and
He also
bought
a key for
paid
with
for the whole
a cheque
for
£11
the
7s 6d.
I gave
him
change
and
he was
not
in
fit
to
a
state
seeing
Have
so
much
I asked
him
money,
where
ut
he was
stopping.
He
said
Land's.
the
a cigar
I put
notes
into
the

Rev.

The

you,

of

with

watchmaker

my

him

of

just

Cuomna

myself.

am

-I

cigar

offering

Kennedy

case)

view

operation

visit

has

Modena;

Parma, and
of
Villa
Treaty
July 11, confirmed
cany,

Saturday's

speedy

more

this
day,

your

for
me,
money
was
incapable
of

I

it

a

you

of my
of

a

into

Extension
and
Susten
held.
will
A full
report
issue.

was

Postal-Inspector
Moyse
visit
to.
Qaesnheyana

a

paid

watch

Land's

'to

charge

care

remember

the

buying

don't

socks

of

don't

take

remember

to

a

Church

Fund
in our

tation

because
I
under
value.
I did not,
in
John Normoyle
of
say I
with
for
the watch.
I

to

the

chain.

several

"

£2

not

out

stood

Magistrate

reading

defendant-I
me
6s

day.
Sherd
him.

gath

the

the

refused

said,

Cane e

He

7s.

to

buyy

to

owed

Sherd
asked

for

worth

said

Brennan,

town,

To

and

of

the

before

then

he

as

refused

twice

Sherd

it

up.

which

to

go

lending

fune

Ma

occasion..

residents

the
ever

we

attend

in
the

away.

showed

own

e

came

me

wanted

chain,

again

should

was

had sold
the
watch
for £2 10s,
and
if I chose
to
give
Mr
Lazarus
the
£2 10s
I
could
get
the
watch
back.
I told
him
I did not
to see
require
Mr
La
zarus.
I did not
know
Mr L- zarus
in the mattes
at
all.
I then
went

and

advantages

of

being
England

of

grave

I

emain1

felt

he

the
of

its

poncy
benefits

wvise

father,

lately,

on

service

the

had

the

and

and

took

funeral

Mr

I

superin-

to

in

John
the

man

very

bstantially

the

accounts,

his

the

1

I

to

me

prospect.

beyond

principles

deceased

the

So

more.

latest

that
the

£500,

I

was

was

his determination
from

effecting

for

by

throughout

embraced
a

one

one

in

wvidc

till

the

him
former

a
with

provident

and

berra.

with

which

a

of

beyan

his

sad

behind

second

missed

not

Chuich

re-

during

family,

management,
absent

but

1

entire

whither

visit

according
Campbell

tendent's

.

Duntroon

of

the

by

husband

religious
i

in
the

servant

in
England,
Campbell
and

extend

quiet.

hesitation

no

trusty

by

husband,

and

As

the

upon

twenty-two

about

be

The

that,
the

many

will

relatives.

dis-

he

engaged

grades

felt

ago

in

and

is,

all

Campbell

Mr

about

cent.

unchanged.

Adelaide

Australian

the

as

the

return

sued

the

time,

refusing
his

Walsh

away

him

offered

on

widow

a

far

s"

Charles

affairs

leaves

young

faithful

1

message

expected

children

and

will

be

after

see

former

a

oy

named;
did

faithfully
of
his

duties

management

yesterday.

Market

the

large

Duntroon

of

just

and

well

employees

Argus

Melbourne

the

so

by

surance,

posi

the

of,

of

charge

delivered.

been

January
pritor

and

child

a

cellence

'

4U1iy

responsible

superintendant

beautiful

and

and
:

wvays

it

and

estate.

deceased,<
of
'Mr

employ

1 LLIIIjJUUIL

property

party.

war

Suez

have

queLL

=be

probably

the

restrain

Australian

The
Brindisi,

euuu

an

were

night

whose
behalf,
be
expedited

wife,

saw,
past

in

and

daughter

and

last

was

to

district

by.

save

disease

the

Mr McLachlan
of
eight
family

he

was

Duintroon

to

who

deceased,

oflle'

and

Ministry,

a

his

whose

gentlemen,

ueeu

occurrence.

out.

many
had been

childhood,
tion
of

doubt'ess

cope

his

home.
A
Icon.

them

sent

brother's

up

hence

taken

two
evi

Bombala
at
(Hector)
to
at
Newcastle,
ap
their
sad
bereavement,

hurry

Duntroon

none

name

the

on

send

messages

son

of

also

at

served

looked

to

was

a

other

latter

Campbell

beyond

he

whom

to

word

rUUU±e

and

those

of

to

after

absent

them

and

young
from

who

an

the

prise

useful

possible

as

former

and

respected

those

only

MeLachlan,

9.For

held.

and

symptoms

neglected

of

after

member

and

to

-the

conscientious

so

soon

sent

head
his

of'

successfully
lie

him,-but

se'u

-who

4

nas

tere

the

at

men,

the

and

telegraphic

we

which

could

not

As

name

strong-minded

many
too
lightly

to

from
the
Dead
in death,"
for demise

are

responsibilities

himself

all,

in
sre

Newvs
of

Burial
of

ailing;

tion

the

of

has

complaint,

exemplifi

apt

quotation

household

a

war.

Three

"In

Allan

being

England

fthat

for 'the

authority

wvould

Daily
beginning

the

as

an

he

so

Ever
but

he was
it was
found
that
a prey
that
too
and
upon
fre
bronchitis,
of
fatal
disease
inflammation
quently
Sun
the
lungs
and
on
supervened;
about
six
in the
o'clock,
day evening
presence
of
the
doctor
and
several
members
his
Allan
Mc
of
family,
Lachlan
passed
away.

worship
her

which

MCLACHLAN.

was

of

estate,

The

this

to

towards

ALLAN

Servibe

under

and

peace

of

ground

Presbyterian

loved

she
and

cation

by

com

armistice

conditions

on

has

off.

until
for medical
aid
a
day or
it
was
before
his death,
when
beyond
human
power
to
dently
Richardson
him.
Dr
saw
him
Upon
prescribed
for him.
examina

were

the

lit'le

which
and
w~th,
discharged-loved
ly

stipulation

no

the

pas

remains

in

Monday

there

over

but

order

armistice,

that

submitted.

regards

an

Russian
an

an

that

upon

the

far

treat
him

reminding
was

to

sent

to

manders

that

promise

his

better

a

too

treated

had done
so
much
Mrs
Affleck
was
of
Mr
William
Affeck,
and
of
Mrs James
Gundaroo,
this
of
town.

of

heavy

-

of

Her

she

In
the
prime
days-in
the
'midst
of
great
ness-from
the
bosom
of
his
'nd
family-and
interesting

'occupy
Stamboul
states
A telegram
from
British
that
Mr
Ambassador
Layard,
the
at
has informed
Constantinople,
that
Lord
Porte
Loftus,
by direction
complained
to
has
of
Earl
Derby,
Gortschakoff
the
non-fulfil
Prince
of
ment

mother

of

Russians
Gallipoli.

and

the

have

an.

protest:

the

until

entertained

to
efforts

which

and

chain

he

to

property.

and
money
had been advanced
I
did
so, giving
defendant
for
the

to

threw

.

like

erection.

Mn.

the

on

its',

If

subject.

armistice

to

will

or

remains

him
been

carried

Police

the

get

time,

same

property
the
insidi

disease

the

of

then

since

of

shafts

to

germ

ruthlessly

which

an

three

received

and

Court.

detention

give

to

offered

hailstorm

employer's

he

loan

it

graphic

herculean

his

me

the

sur

it

I

separa

Police

senior-sergeant

told

order

knew
of
has filled
that

But

his

least

at

district

to

watch.

or

terrible
the

occasion

ous

husband

for,

O'Neill'

mili

averse
and

Saturday

last

to

J.P.,

Adria
Rodosto.

Russian

the
are

authorities

tary

at

above,

skies.,

on

bereaved

lines.

Government
Civil
removed
has been

The

stated

where
Church,
the Almighty,

with

Tchehredji

on

adjacent;.

a

men,

the

ago.

protect

con

life

of

so

I 'ad
Sherd

-

laid
done

mourners

recovery
10s-which
demand
he

or

to

up

of

wiry

remembered

us

in

al

man

sorrowful

gave

visited

that

medic.l

maladies,
the

as

and,

interred

1y
of
war
large
quantity
80
and
Antivari
and
material,
guns,
was
captured
on
Thursday.
28,000.
Turks, 1000 horses, and 92
captured
guns
were
by the Russians
Pass.
in the Shipka
Adrianople
will
'It
is probable
that
that
the Turks
will
be abandoned,
and
8000

which

to

be

will

of

a

death

with

four
weeks
be told
that

sincere

avert

not

away
in the

life

been

yesterd

surrendered

could

death;

re

formed
with
Ahamed
Sever
and
Vizier,
Foreign
of
Affairs:

at

account

have

estate,

his

district

It
he.who

was

hence

;

personally

one,

the

of

(as

will

prime

No

age.

beyond

ailing
the

prise.

'the

to

determined
has

stry

the

only

which

supervening

skill

seige.

Min.

new

orders

leave

to

been

Russian

the

other

given

population

civil

A

have

made
autho

military

Adrianople

town.
sist

being

Turkish

the

the

his
all

Christian'can-command.
Dr Morton
and
had long attended
prescribed
for
years
but what
with
advancing
her;
and a stubborn
chest
with
complaint,

con

Russians

preparations

and

at

to

the

of

-

joy

and

of

very few

with'

Balkans.

rities

43

years

to

"

considered

The

stitution,

,the

sistance

the

peace

the

3

Defendant
denied
the
truth
the
of
information.
Complainant
stated
being sworn
I am
a wool-sorter
at
Cuppacumba
long.
I happened
to be in a certain
the
public
house
(Mr
other
Cane's)
was
worse
for drink.
De
day, and
fendant
lent
me
seven
shillings
on
this
watch.
On Thursday
I went

the

not

didd

I
He

was

,t

the

assumed.

-

to,
is

premise

health,
in

and

Christopher
for
the
at £5
valued

circum

was

of

nedy

refused

as

let

and

me.

watch.

who
successor,
Victor
Emmanuel

d

[

as

death

may

was
him
that
he

inferred)
ready
robust
apparently

4

west

basis-of

we

with

,

the
the

upon

reader

ahquainted

retired

been

just
this

and

Before

plication

useful,
the
first

narrate

McLachlan,

.he

fromn.

most

has
to

but

;

the

case,

attendant

Mr

with-his;

was
the'

verification

the

stances

business,
wife
at
living
very happily
their
above.
residence
named
The
deceased
esteem
lady was deservedly
ed
in and
beyoiid
her own
immediate
by,
neighbourhood
all
who
had
pleasure
of
her acquaintance,
for her
and
C'iristiain
dispositions
kindly,;
''or'some
years
virtu'e's
her health
for
had
beenftailing,
the past
and
that ehr ehd
few months lit
was sen
diawing`
of
was
near;
and conscious
this
herself
she
seemed
to
anticipate
her
the
end
calm
approaching

also

its

least expected,
be taken.
To proceed

twelve

or

had

with

the

him
Mr

with

I

said

TUESDAY:

and

referred

watch

again

lent

money,

we

far

so

concerned,then

had

they
grave;

Unlawful

life

to pay
I told

;

give

and

day

watch.

worth

personal

I

I'll

parting

forever,

and

Queanbeyan

Camp

then

owed

and

tioner,

verbal

tribute

paid

others,

the

counte

the

day
watch

s

sup

it,

of

uncertainty
of
the

parting

were

always

Affleck

ten

a

has

in

Mr
in

possibility

some

twenty

successful

storekeeppr,

competency

sure.

the

of

him whom
his peaeefvl
large
concourse

mouthpiece

The
forget

never

The

are

being

Affleck,
breathed

will

family

to

the

as

remains

and

manliness

of

the

by

to enable
him
at Cane's.
him
the
6s

watch

he

I would
leave, the
and
he left

next

to a

estate,

sorrowful

a

re

struggled

acting
fellow-servants.

his

of

he

while

the

Here

numbers,

true

the

address

the

I 7s.

large

a

that
of

which

the

ted.

on

charm

emotion

press

the

additional

an

the

and

bearing

read

testimony

remini

that

sell

6s
him
him
next

-

the

attended

lifeless

and

of

ex

to

sepulture.

tears,

of

deep

side;

pleasing

manly
he

the

the

appointed

so

deceased,

either

a

present,

as

strong

consideration:

about

all

the

ceived

try

very

atGundaroo

years,

He

armistice

under

Arthur

:armistice

'him.i

an

of

three

Russian
ff Pasha

an

now

andsettled

the

'im'

must

at

Rao

to

iintimated

negotiations

present

this

J.P.,
Esq.,
of
her
-last
at
Gundaroo,
noon' `on
at
Camden
Saturday,
Vilhl,
Gundaroo,her husband
where: with.
she
had resided
for many
years.
Mr
came
to
the
and
Mrs
Affeck
colony

seriously
by falling

the

of

the

to

deceased

;of

`Nicholas;

Commander-in-Chief

aged,

wife

JANUARY

''LoNDoN;
The.Grand

of

the

in

on

be

ever

occasion

well-known

residents

evinced

must

scence

over

we
continues,
may expect
other deaths,
of
especially
the infirm,
the
and
sickly:
brief
notices
of
the
two

We
appehd
instances

be

is
to
shortly
Catholic
Bishdp

McCtirthy

appointed

thie

permanently'appoin

manager.

traffic

.

Mr

if

it

by

headed

with

cf

servants

where

nances

servants

unmistakeably

of
spot

sighs,

addresses

made

the

number

were

in the

only
the

church,
the

the

strong

drive

carriage

from
the
homestead
followed
the
hearse,
deceased's
sons
aad

by

and

not
of

by

estate
more

Mr

of

presents

costly

the

employer

given,
language

feeling

has

least,

'two

steemied

in g weather
to hear
of

secretary.

ted

most

the

deeply

enemy
at

framesof

district;:and

as

last,

time

a

the='i'otal

we

issue,

the

self-denial

of

-

to

half-a-mile

quite

over

picturesque

tending

remember,

proof

then

much

but

well

between

the

and

rich

sparing

poor,

the

state,

triumphed,.for

and
late-traffic
Goodch ip

Yernon

.Donald:

the

Campbell)
we

the

of

pre

to

children

g

a

a

stretched

ly,

(another

being

school

Mrs

carriages

of

testimonial

the

well-chosen

be
equal

with

to

employed

the

'will

it

by

estate

attachment

sex.

our

regret

as

of

the

life;
respon

with

last'

'Since

raihvayss

N

mansion

hovel
-of
'age ,nor

neither

A.`

cf

of

sented

nearly

was

presentation

testimonial

and

it

as

part,

the

and
Campbell;
present,
being

man

young

.his

NE WS

her

from

affection,

LATEST

of

in

de

employers's

leading

and

address

The

object

a

should,

address

an

mortal

friends.

and

mother,

he

fit

tri

beloved

took

parture,

cases

is

of

sion

melancholy

what

over

neighbours

our

wife

1878.

12,

our

several

destroyer

least

umphed-at

in

late

estates,

ed

task

been busy of
has been our

and
owners
of
large
magistracy
joined
in a cortege
numbering
who
in
four
hundred
persons,
and
on
horseback
princii-al

the

of

occa

of

midst.

year.

has
It

dis

the

on

I

72nd

DE&TH

Affileok,

McLachlan,

Mr
his

.

Arthur

of

God

and

proposes

man

so,

wife

But
poses.

-

beloved
in
her

January

on

'

Ann,
J.P.,

12th,
Esq.,

Notices.

Obituary

DIED,
Gundaroo,

Villa,

pair-

Camden

At

of

6,

and

16,
1862,:

Portugal."

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page4297137


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