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  2. IMPORTANT NEWS FROM SAMOA.

    THE Midge from Samoa, with dates to December 15, arrived at Auckland on January 15. A treaty of peace has been signed by the representatives of each ...

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  3. Pleasing Recognition of Merit.

    BY reference to advertisement elsewhere, it will be seen that the duty of recognising the many services of Sir Dugald Cameron in this city, has been left to the present lessee ...

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  4. TELEGRAMS.

    The Gundagai police, after being out about twenty hours, returned to that town on Saturday, having failed to discover any traces of the man who ...

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  5. CORRESPONDENCE

    SIR,—I see by your report of the Council meeting on Monday night last that the City Engineer has suggested bathing at all hours along the beach, ...

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  6. Death of Fifty Polynesian Labourers.

    NEWS received from Fiji to 3rd January states the schooner Stanley, of Queensland, 113 tons register, caught the full force of the late gale. She had 150 islanders on board ...

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  7. LOCAL & GENERAL.

    THE third quarterly list of horse and cattle brands for 1879, appear in a supplement to the Government Gazette of Tuesday last. ...

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  8. Pipes for Water Supply.

    IT will interest members of the iron trade to learn that Mr. Lackey has informed Mr. Day that no arrangements had yet been made to secure the number of pipes required by the ...

    Article : 129 words
  9. NEWCASTLE HOTELS.

    SIR,—In your issue of the 6th inst., there appeared a letter, signed "Advocate for public Benefit," in which a statement is made disparaging to the hotel-keepers ...

    Article : 210 words
  10. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,314 words
  11. Police Court.

    THE charge sheet at the Police Court, yesterday, was but light. Two drunkards, after having been in the lookup during the night, were admonished and discharged, and one ...

    Article : 36 words
  12. Deeds of Grant.

    A LIST of persons by whom deeds of grant have been received, from 1st July to 30th September, 1879 (under the Real Property Act), appears in a supplement to the ...

    Article : 39 words
  13. Extraordinary Escape.

    AN extraordinary escape from death on the railway line is reported in the Melbourne Daily Telegraph. It appears that a Mrs. Turner fell on the Brighton railway, on ...

    Article : 175 words
  14. Young Men's Christian Association.

    THE usual weekly meeting of the above will be held in the gallery of the Borough Markets this evening, when a lecture will be delivered by the Rev. T. A. Gordon. ...

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  15. The Hamilton Manslaughter Case.

    WE learn that the prisoner Rushford, committed for trial for the manslaughter of the miner, John Wilson, at Hamilton, on Saturday last, was bailed out of the lockup ...

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  16. Australian Eleven v. N.S.W. Fifteen.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 81 words
  17. COAL MINING INDUSTRY.

    SIR,—Coal, like every utility of civilisation, has to pass through many ordeals in fulfilling the purposes to which it is applied. In the change occurring in the use ...

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  18. Victoria Theatre.

    WE are pleased to notice the return of several old Newcastle favourites, who will appear on Thursday evening next, in the great historical drama "Dolores." The company comprise, ...

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  19. Railway Accidents Board.

    MR. LACKEY, in reply to Captain Onslow, on Thursday, stated that there was a Board appointed, not specially for inquiry into railway accidents, although they might be ...

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  20. The Randwick Asylum.

    THE ballot for the election of five directors for the Randwick Asylum Board took place on Friday at the Temperance Hall, between the hours of 10 and 4, with the following ...

    Article : 78 words
  21. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.)

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 76 words
  22. Matinee Benefit to the Famine Fund.

    ON Saturday last Dr. Lynn, the presetodigitateur, liberally accorded a benefit at the Victoria Theatre, towards the Irish Famine Relief Fund. The entertainment was ...

    Article : 64 words
  23. N.S.W. PARLIAMENT.

    ALMOST the whole of Thursday's sitting of the Legislative Assembly was devoted to the consideration of the Stamp Duties Bill. The second ...

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  24. Narrow Escape.

    A LITTLE girl, named Lizzie Rose, about five years of age, narrowly escaped meeting with a watery grave last evening. It appears that she was returning from St. Thomas' Sunday ...

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  25. WEST MAITLAND.

    Over £140 was collected at Morpeth on Saturday' in aid of the Irish Famine Relief Fund. Mr. John Eales, of Dukenfield, with his usual liberality, ...

    Article : 87 words
  26. The Singleton Grammar School.

    THIS school it appears from our telegrams of Saturday, is about to be re-opened by a first-class master from the Brisbane Grammar School. The ...

    Article : 184 words
  27. COPELAND NORTH.

    It is reported on good authority that Messrs. W. Cope and some others, of Sydney, have purchased large shares in the prospecting claim, M'Viars and ...

    Article : 51 words
  28. (FROM THE SYDNEY PAPERS).

    A man, who is supposed to belong to he locomotive branch of the railway, [?]ent into the lagoon near North Wagga [?] the Gundagai Road to bath at 7 o'clock ...

    Article : 406 words
  29. Hudson's Surprise Party.

    LAST evening the house presented a very animated appearance, being again crowded with a delighted audience, whose repeated bursts of acclamation must have been very ...

    Article : 320 words
  30. SURRENDER OF A BUSHRANGER IN VICTORIA.

    THE Sale correspondent of the Argus states that George Tnouar, who stuck up the Holy Plains station last week, called at the Hotel of Henry Salter, on the Port ...

    Article : 248 words
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