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  • SPORTING. THE ENGLISH DERBY.

    The vast multitude who covered the Downs at Epsom on May 28 did not enjoy their holiday any the loss because the result of the race disappointed all expectations. The defeat of the favourite, indeed of all the favourites, by a horse ...
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  • THE MODOC WAR IN AMERICA.

    The Modoc war is at an end. The remaining Modoc Indians were overtaken, and surrendered, with the exception of Captain Jack and three others, who escaped during the night. On May 30, by the aid of the captured savages, ... [Article] (939 words)
  • WHOLESALE MURDER IN KANSAS COUNTY, AMERICA.

    The New York papers report the discovery of atrocious murders committed by a family consisting of two men and two women, named Bender, near Cherryvale, Lapette County, Kansas. Thirteen mutilated bodies have been ... [Article] (323 words)
  • AMERICA.

    A serious fire has occurred at Boston. The total loss amounts to 1,250,000 dollars, of which 750,000 dollars is covered by insurance; 250,000 dollars of the latter amount will fall upon British fire-offices. Five firemen were killed ... [Article] (534 words)
  • THE DUTCH ACHEENESE WAR.

    Three vessels flying the English flag, ladon with merchandise, and bound from Acheen to Penang, have been fired into by a Dutch man-of-war. The agent of the Sultan has petitioned the Governor of Penang for ... [Article] (143 words)
  • THE CANADIAN DOMINION.

    The correspondent of the London Times writes from Montreal on the 23rd May:— The arrangements for the entry of the colony of Prince Edward Island into the Dominion have been completed. ... [Article] (374 words)
  • THE PAUMBEN SHIP CANAL AND THE INDIAN-LONDON RAILWAY.

    The Colombo Observer says that this mail has brought very satisfactory intelligence respecting the prospects of this Eastern Sea Canal. Mr. George Robertson, whose reports on the Indian harbours were tinted in the reverse of ... [Article] (304 words)
  • WAGGA LIVE STOCK REPORT. [MR. GEORGE FORSYTH.]

    FAT STOCK.—There is a continued scarcity of prime lots of both sheep and cattle, and none reported as coming forward. Bullocks are worth from £6 15s to £7 15s; cows, £6 to £7; wethers, from 12s to 13s. ... [Article] (431 words)
  • PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (900 words)
  • THE BULLI COAL COMPANY.

    AT the twenty-third half-yearly meeting of the Bulli Coal Company, held at the Exchange yesterday, the following report was read, and adopted, on motion by the Chairman (Mr. G. W. Allen):— ... [Article] (754 words)
  • THE WEATHER, AGRICULTURE, &c.

    IN the Star of July 24, it is stated that at Tenterfield some slight changes have occurred in the state of the atmosphero during the past week. We have had alternations of clear and foggy mornings, frosty and rather mild nights. Some ... [Article] (973 words)
  • WINDSOR. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.]

    SHOCKING SUICIDE.—On Monday morning last, a woman named Jane Belsham committed suicide by hanging herself on the premises of her brother-in-law, John Robinson, of this town. The deceased is a widow, and leaves behind her ... [Article] (1052 words)
  • THE LATE DEAN ALFORD. (From the Athenæum.)

    DEAN ALFORD'S biography * may fitly and well be called Memorials of a Good Man's Life. He was thoroughly good. He was a man of varied faculties; he was an excellent artist, and ...
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