. A peculiar-vri'l case was heard at Adelaide the otherday, whenapplication was nude for a grant of probate:- to the execntor under the ' :will of.the late Harriett Maria Birrell. The deceased made her-will, which she - kept under her pillow, but a few days before her death, in her agony, she tore the document • and a portion of it. whefl of ■ tound mind, she had expressed entire satisfaction with it. The Court granted the application. . ■i Tjiose •who really would like a firatrclasa i second-hand cycle in thorough repair will find a weff Cycle Works," 165 George 6treet,-[ADVT.3
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 10447, 18 October 1897
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