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The Deceased wife's Sister Bill.

[Pfiß PRTSSS ASSOCIATION.]

Losdo'x, April 30.. In the House of Commons today the Decciised Wife's Sister Bill passed its second reading by a majority of 67. Speaking during the debate Sir Jas; Ferguson said that the agitation in Adelaide in favor of the Bill was entirely artificial and fictitious, and was contrary to the whole religious opinion of the,colony.

Jcroiho "Bonujmilc ("Plon-Plon") is writing his memoirs, which arc expected ,to iln-ov,- jniicli light on Iho history of the reign of Napoleon 111. i whisky straighii makes many a man crooked.

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The Deceased wife's Sister Bill., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2419, 2 May 1890

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The Deceased wife's Sister Bill. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2419, 2 May 1890

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