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| The Argus 11 march 1864 |
Prahran, and Commercial-road, South Yarra.
THE Friends of the late Mr. JAMES GEORGE SEABRIDGE, of the Detective Force, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral to move from his late residence, 1060 La Trobe-street east, THIS DAY, Friday, 11th instant, at 3 o'clock p.m.
WILL Case feb1887
Henry Colin Fuller- Cross examined –
Two days after his mothers’ death, sold his legacy of £100 for £78?.
He got £10 for a change of £50 from Cohen, the money lender.
His wife was in gaol.
He lived with a Jane Tooley, who had once been a servant in his mothers’ hotel, until he could obtain a divorce.
He had been employed by the Melbourne Bus Company for eight years,
and in Auckland since then he had been assisting in giving theatrical entertainments.
HEARING Mr Sextant, Champion Light-weight of Auckland, is anxious to box me for a Stake, I am prepared to box him to a finish, Marquis of Queensberry Rules, With the usual sized boxing; gloves, for any sum, up to £5 ; the winner to take the whole proceeds of admission, should the contest take place in a hall.
An answer through your columns from Mr Sextant as to his agreeing naming a place and time to arrange date and deposit stake, will be attended to by me.
HENRY C. FULLER , Whangarei, May 4th 1888.
Observer 11 may 1889Sir, under the heading Terpsichore in your issue of May Ist appears a detailed account of a select ball said to have been held lately in Whangarei. The report I refer to is purely a fictitious one - nothing of the kind having taken place here at which the people named in the report were present. The whole report is a tissue of falsehoods, for which a number of persons mentioned in it blame me - they knowing that I have on some occasions sent you small reports for your country page. Should I allow the blame of report referred to to rest on me undisputed, it would tend to do me some harm in business, so with your kind permission take this opportunity of removing the blame from myself I am, etc.,
Henry C. Fuller, Whangarei. - May 6th, 1889.
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