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  • SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—OCTOBER 21.

    British Merchant, ship, 960 tons, Captain Dutine, from the Downs 29th July. passengers—Mrs. [?] Dr. Plumley, Mrs. Plumley and child, messrs, Smith, Serrage, and 2 in the ... [Article] (282 words)
  • MELBOURNE. Monday, 7.30 p.m.

    A MER[?] of Nicholson's supporters was held to-day. The questions brought forward was whether Du[?]'s explanation respecting the Indian mut[?]ation were satisfactory. It was ... [Article] (272 words)
  • MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 6.30 p.m.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (145 words)
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    The public meeting has been called by requisition to denounce the esp[?]age in the Telegraph Office. Two public wool sales were held to-day; 1000 ... [Article] (502 words)
  • NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    No answer to the queries of our frident "A Colonist" relative to the advantages &[?], [?]able from American wells, we have to observe that where the springs are favourable ... [Article] (373 words)
  • THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALE[?]." SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1859. MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS."

    As the honor has seldom been vouchsafed to the Western Districts of inviting any of its representatives to a seat in the Ministry, the appearance of Mr. Rott[?]'s ... [Article] (381 words)
  • OUR PRESENT COMMERCIAL DEPRESSION.

    WE are compelled, by the very evidence of our senses to believe the assertion which hourly assa[?] our ears in tones more or less lachrymose and significant ... [Article] (1471 words)
  • BATHURST POLICE COURT. MONDAY—OCTOBER 24. (Before Dr. Palmer, P.M.)

    James Boardman, charged will drunken[?]ss was fined [?] George Corbett and William Smith, for similar offences, were sentenced to pay 20a. each, or ... [Article] (38 words)
  • FRIDAY—OCTOBER 28. (Before Dr. Palmer, P.M., and Alexendar Wa[?] E.[?] J.P.)

    San[?]del Crimes, alias Denner, on [?]and charged with bigam was further remanded for seven days. Charley (Chines) also on remand, and ... [Article] (1970 words)
  • THESDAY—OCTOBER 25. (Before Dr. Palmer, P.M.)

    James Clare, [?]ded [?] the previous day, on a charge of drunken[?]ess, and using thre[?]ing language, was ordered to find [?] for his goal behaviours or in def[?]t to be imprisoned ... [Article] (42 words)
  • WEDNESDAY—OCTOBER 26. (Before Dr. Palmer, P.M., and F. Str[?]chan, Esq., J.P.)

    The only case for adjudication was a Summons case under the Mater and Servant' Met, Curran[?] Darker, which was dismissed, the defon[?]ing the balance of wages due to ... [Article] (50 words)
  • THURSDAY—OCTOBER 27. (Before Dr. Palmer, P.M.)

    Thomas E[?]jan alias James Smith, Charge with [?]graney, were remanded untill Friday morning, when he was ordered to leave the town. ... [Article] (29 words)
  • RICHARDS v MINTOSH.

    We have been requested to publish the following report of this case from theEmpire, as differing in some material features from that given in our last issue, and extracted from the ... [Article] (692 words)
  • Original Correspondence. We do not identify ourselves with the opinon[?] of our Correspondents. "To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal.

    Sir,—Will you allow me[?] suggest that the Telegraph posts, which have been lately erected on the Sydney Road, should be painted [?] it would [?] them suff[?] wislble on the ... [Article] (91 words)
  • THE MINISTRI[?] CRISIS.

    IT persc[?] and determination can ensure [?] Mr. RORE[?]ER [?] LIKELY TO succ[?]ed in the apparently [?] task of fo[?]ing a Ministry. Me [?] we understand, on his ... [Article] (681 words)
  • DARING ROBBERY OP THE BRANCH. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALKS, AT DENILIQUI[?].

    Intelligence reached Sydney on Wednesday by telegram, that on the evening of the 15th instant a most daring robbery was perpetrated on the above bank. The particulars, as far as ... [Article] (433 words)
  • [?]AT[?] FLAT.

    Wattle flat is not quite de[?] at [?]ate the people are [?] then town interest, and advertised a meeting for the 17th [?] which was accordingly held at the [?] ... [Article] (254 words)
  • PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    In the Legislative Council on Wednesday. the President to[?] the chair at twentyu minutes past four o'clock. Mr. Eagar said that a new Ministry had ... [Article] (181 words)
  • LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    In the legislative Assembly, on Wednesday the Speaker took the [?] at a quarter-passt three o'clock. Mr. Wisdo[?] said he had to state to ... [Article] (639 words)

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