Pugh's Queensland Almanac, Law Calendar, Directory, and Coast Guide

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Thorne and Greenwell, 1882 - Queensland

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Page 166 - ... the quantity of any material sent ostensibly as a pattern or sample is so great that it could fairly be considered as having on this ground an intrinsic value.
Page 7 - Credit on demand, or bills at three or thirty days' sight upon its branches, at the customary rates, on the money being deposited. Similar Letters of Credit may be procured from its Agents in all the principal towns throughout England, Scotland, and Ireland. The Bank also negotiates, and sends for collection, bills on the Colonies, the terms for which may be obtained on application at its London Office.
Page 89 - Lord Justice JAMES, and Lord Justice MELLISH condemned their proceedings, and ordered them to pay all costs of the Suits. — Reported in the Times t April 29th and July 24th, 1873.
Page 149 - Commissioners of Stamps, and pay •what shall be wanting to make up the duty which ought to have been paid at first on such probate or letters of administration, he or she shall forfeit the sum of one hundred pounds, and also a further sum at and after the rate of ten pounds per centum on the amount of the sum wanting to make up the proper duty.
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Page 89 - It acts life a charm in Diarrhoea, and is the only known Specific in Cholera, and Dysentery. It effectually cuts short all attacks of Epilepsy, Hysteria, Palpitation, Convulsions and Spasms. It is the only Palliative in Rheumatism, Gout, Cancer, Toothache, Meningitis, &c.
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