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Arthur William Carlier (1850–1899)

Mr. Arthur William Carlier, licensee of Tattersall's Hotel, Argent-street, who was one of Broken Hill's oldest identities, died at an early hour this morning. Deceased had been suffering for the past five months from creeping paralysis. For many years he carried on a butchering business in Oxide-street, and about four years ago joined the ranks of the licensed victuallers. During his term as licensee of Tattersalls Hotel, Mr. Carlier made many friends, both generally and in sporting circles. His funeral takes place on Sunday afternoon.

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5 December, 1850
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia


28 July, 1899 (aged 48)
Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death