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Charles Paull (1844–1919)

Mr. Charles Paull died at his residence in Marrickville (Sydney), on Sunday last. Mr Paull, who was seventy-four years of age, was born in the Hunter River district. He joined the N.S.W. Railway Department at an early age, and he was appointed station-master at Darling Harbour in the early seventies.

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