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  2. TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES.

    THE Suez mail arrived at Adelaide this morning. Mr Edward Creer, of Grafton, is passenger. Trickett beat Sadler by four boats' length. Time, 24 minutes 36 seconds. ...

    Article : 645 words
  3. ACCOUNT OF THE GREAT FLOOR OF 1863.

    [DURING the past week the memorable Flood of 1863 has been frequently referred to by those residing in the, town of Grafton at that time. We have thought a perusal of the account given in the ...

    Article : 2,525 words
  4. SMITH'S FLAT.

    JOLY 21.—For several years my letters to the Examiner have always contained news of the most cheering deseription showing our prosperity. In the present I have to record the most disastrous flood that ...

    Article : 1,188 words
  5. LIONSVILLE.

    At Lionsville, Mr. Fattorini (who returned to Grafton on Friday afternoon), informs us that heavy, rain commenced to fall there on the previous Friday afternoon and continued until Sunday morning—only ...

    Article : 426 words
  6. INQUEST ON THE LATE J. KENNING.

    AN inquest was held by Mr. A. Lardner, the coroner, on Saturday morning last, at the residence of the deceased Mr. John Kenning, who lost his life during the late terrible flood in endeavouring to save his ...

    Article : 764 words
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    Advertising : 541 words
  8. ULMARRA.

    Mr. W. Quayle and family had a narrow escape. Early on Monday morning, two young men, T. and M. Brown, sons of Mr. T. Brown, of the Exchange Hotel, rode down to the farm to render assistance in ...

    Article : 312 words
  9. LATEST COMMERCIAL.

    MESSRS. H. PRIESTLY AND Co. report that maize in Sydney to-day (Monday) was selling at 2s 9d per bushel. Also, hides, 4d. per 1b.; pigs, 5d. per 1b.; bacon, 9d. per 1b.; butter, 2s. per 1b.; cheese, 8d. ...

    Article : 125 words
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    Advertising : 195 words
  11. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL.

    THE steamer arrived at Adelaide this morning with the English mail (via Suez) on board. Trickett won the Champion bont-race by some four lengths; for a short distance it was a splendid race. ...

    Article : 1,373 words
  12. ROOKY MOUTH.

    A gentleman writes as follows:—On Saturday night, the 15th instant, it rained heavily and blew sharply at the Lower Clarence. The night was pitch dark, and the river steamer Platypus ...

    Article : 565 words
  13. THE FLOODS IN NEW ENGLAND.

    From all quarters we hear of the damages done by the recent gale of wind, heavy rains, and floods. The trace left behind by the flood was at once interesting and alarming: in almost every tree could be found ...

    Article : 387 words
  14. THE LATE FLOOD.

    SIR,—Will you allow us to contradict certain [?] hoods new in circulation. 1st. We have never refused to supply food to any hungry man, woman, or child, in our lives; but we ...

    Article : 193 words
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