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    SEVERAL complaints have been made recently in regard to petty robberies in the district, and on Thursday night, one, which though small, was of a most cowardly nature, owing ...

    Article : 177 words
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    THE usual fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Thursday evening. Present:—The Mayor, and Aldermen M'Crae, Weakley, Youll, Young, Banks, Anderson, ...

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    The eighth of the series of lectures in connection with the ambulance classes was delivered last Thursday evening in the hall of the Plattsburg Mechanics' Institute, by Dr. ...

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    ABOUT half-past 1 o'clock on Thursday morning a man living in a weatherboard cottage in Hopkins-street, Merewether, discovered that a fire had occurred in one of ...

    Article : 72 words
  7. The Convicted Dacoit Chief.

    DURING the visit of the Chief Commissioner of Yurmah to Myingyan, a remarkable demonstration was made by the people in favour of Yanyun, a Dacoit chief, who ...

    Article : 155 words
  8. Merewether.

    There was a good muster of members of the Newcastle Coal Mining Company's Ambulance Class last Thursday evening. The time was devoted to practising what had ...

    Article : 98 words
  9. Sanguinary Fighting in Morocco.

    ACCORDING to news from Madrid, recent fighting in Morocco has been most sanguinary and horrible. The latest trouble has arisen among 12 tribes. These formed a sort of ...

    Article : 251 words
  10. Morpeth.

    The wool-dumping business established here by the Pastoralists' Association in connection with Messrs. Dangar, Gedye, and Co., is already a pronounced success. They ...

    Article : 141 words
  11. Adamstown.

    The anniversary of the Lay Methodist Sunday-school will take place on Sunday and Monday next. On Sunday three services will be held in the Carrington-hall, and a public ...

    Article : 112 words
  12. Embraced by a Baboon.

    THE officers of the man-of-war Pensacola, which recently returned from South Africa with the scientists who went to observe the eclipse of the sun, in December, take much ...

    Article : 215 words
  13. Lambton.

    As announced, the annual show of the above, which was to have been hold on the 16th, 17th, and 18th October, is now postponed indefinitely in consequence of the ...

    Article : 248 words
  14. Highest Observatory on Earth.

    IF M. Eiffel has created a monument 984ft high, a countryman of his, M. Joseph Vallot, can claim the honour of having raised the highest observatory on earth. This lofty ...

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    GRAY v Cohen and others, Borough of Newcastle v Lilley, Durham v Wallsend Municipal Council, Ireland v Bridges and Hodder, Gibson v Borough of New castle, ...

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  16. Guillotines for French Colonies.

    No less than six new guillotines are now being constructed in Paris. These are intended for Algeria, Tunis, Tonquin, Cochin China, Senegal, and Corsica. M. Deibler is ...

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    Now is your time to got your faded, dirty suits done well, equal new, by S. M'Connoll, tailor and dyer, 62 Blane-street; ye works Wickham. Send him letter. He calls and ...

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    Copies of the Newcastle Herald may be obtained from Mrs. Batten refreshment rooms, Cookie Creek ...

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