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  2. District News.

    Our anxiously expected Regatta came of here yesterday. 11 o'clock was fixed for starting, and 9 o'clock was ushered in by one of the severest gales which has, been known on the Hawkesbury for years. The day ...

    Article : 1,783 words
  3. News from the Interior.

    YASS.--A horrid murder has been committed aft Kenilworth, a station belonging to Mr. Scott, in this District. Two men named M'Carthy and Origan, having quarrelled, the latter said "come on with me and ...

    Article : 784 words
  4. Port Phillip.

    The Port Phillip Papers received by the last mails are unusually bare of extractable news. Melbourne, like Sydney, has been electioneering, and the municipal elections for the present year have terminated in ...

    Article : 182 words
  5. Swan River.

    The "United Service Gazette" states that Lieut. Col. Alexander Clarke, formerly of the 46th regiment, is to succeed Mr. Hutt, as Governor. Col. C. had administered the Civil Government, at St. Lucia, where ...

    Article : 56 words
  6. Facetiæ of the Day.

    UNNOTICED NOTICE Of MOTION.--The flattering appellation of "Silly Billy" having la[?] dormant since the demise of the Duke of Glocester, with whom Theodore Hook predicted it must become extinct:--Mr. ...

    Article : 67 words
  7. A Sketch.

    Mike Gibbs' origin was amongst the dregs of the people: the only annals of his parents, were in those public archives, the records of a Police Office, and the muster roll of a Drum-major. His earliest ...

    Article : 502 words
  8. Late English News.

    The Eden Castle, which arrived at Hobart Town on the 25th ult., Crings news from England, up to the 19th July. The Irish Colleges Bill had passed the Commons, by ...

    Article : 200 words
  9. South Australia.

    Governor Grey left Adelaide on the 21st ulto., for New Zealand.--A report prevailed, but the truth of which is denied by the "Observer," stating that the Home Government intended to claim "a Royalty" or ...

    Article : 52 words
  10. Van Clemen's Stand.

    The Legislative Council met on the 21st ult. His Excellency's speech was rather lengthy--the most important topics in it were a hint to the Clergy, that they were not to consider the Government guaranteed their ...

    Article : 183 words

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