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  3. Royal Mail Notice via San Francisco.

    The Mails by the R. M. S. C Li[?]a will be closed at the General Post Office on Friday, the 11th instant, as follows:—Registered letters at 3 p.m. Caregistered letters at 4 p.m. Newpapers, looks, and packets at ...

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  4. MINMI.

    The Primitive Methodist held a " Camp meeting" here on Sunday last, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Kenny and some of his local preachers from Wallsend. There was a good ...

    Article : 200 words
  5. Local and General News.

    Wallsend has worked two days since our last issue Co-operative has worked full time. ...

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  6. District Court.

    Persons desir[?]us of taking out summonses for the district court, to be held at Newcastle, on the 6th March, are reminded that the time for doing so expires on Tuesday, 22nd inst. ...

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    Mr. W. Taylor, town clerk of Gawler, died of sunstroke. Mr. James Ramsay is likely to stand for Mount Barker, in place of Mr. West Erskine, resigned. ...

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  8. Lost in the Bush.

    A singular case of being "lost" happened to an old resident of this district, yesterday, viz., Mr. Wm. Smith, who generally bear the character of being an experienced bushman. It appears that Mr. Smith left ...

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  9. Mr. Breckenridge's Sale of Timber.

    It will be seen by advertisement that Mr. Breckenridge will sell by auction of the new shoots, to-morrow (Thursday), the cargo of the "Drover," consisting of a splendid collection of timber to suit purchasers. ...

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  10. The Kapunda.

    The Kapunda, for Adelaide, having been cleaned and painted, was undocked on Friday morning. She then discharged 100 tons salt, and having taken in 986 tons of New Lambton coal, was towed to sea on Sunday. ...

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  11. The Whitechapel Murder.

    This trial, which has excited a gent deal of interest and occupied so much space in our English journals, has at length been concluded, a verdict of "Wilful murder" having been recorded against Henry Wainright and his ...

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    The excursion steamer Goldea Crown went ashore on a sandbank at Sorrento on Sunday, and remained stuck for an hour with her passengers on board, but afterwards slipped off when the tide rose. ...

    Article : 365 words
  13. WARATAH.

    ACCIDENT.—A son of Mr. George Baker, employed as a driver in the Waratah tunnel, received a severe accident on Monday, through being kicked by a horse. It appears that he ...

    Article : 201 words
  14. Immigrants for New Zealand.

    The ship Shakespeare, from Hamburg, arrived at Wellington on January 24, with immigrants equal to 338 adults, all foreigners, 107 days out She reports fever on board, there being only one case at present. ...

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  15. Maitland Aldermanic Election.

    The election for four aldermen to serve in the Municipal Council of West Maitland, took place of Friday last, and resulted in the return of Messrs. W. H. Smith, H. Levi n, J. Wolstenholme and J. Pritchard,—who stood ...

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  16. Photography.

    Mr. Carl Leibinger photographic artist, of the central portrait rooms, Hunter-street, Newcastle, has made a thorough renovation in his establishment, it having been all beautifully painted and ...

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  17. The Colonial Treasurer, Mr. Forster.

    The debate is the Assembly terminated by the House accepting to declare the seat of the Treasurer (Mr. W. Forster) vacant, and the speaker has issued a writ for the election of another member to serve in his place ...

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  18. Distressing Accident.

    An inquest was held in the Court House, West Maitland, on Monday, on the bodies of two boys, sons of Mr. Chas. Bowden, of Bolwarra. From the evidence taken at the inquest, it appears that the boys went into a ...

    Article : 114 words
  19. The Thames Gold-Fields.

    A meeting has been held in Grahamstown to take into consideration the depressed state of the Thames gold fields, where a great many are out of employment. The meeting was very largely attended, ...

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    Mr. NOBLE—I am glad to hear that this gentleman, who has been so long out of work, has succeeded in procuring employment at one of the collieries up in the district. ...

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  21. Fashionable Weddings.

    We understand that several fashionable weddings are to come off in Wallsend shortly The first to be negotiated is to-morrow (Thursday evening, when a gentleman in good position will load a blushing ...

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  22. The Coal Mines Bill.

    The District Officers of the Miners' Association,—Messrs W. Davies, Eaoch Davis, and J. Wood.—left Newcastle on Monday night for Sydney, with the view of having an interview with the Government requesti[?] ...

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  23. Wallsend Borough Election.

    We are informed that out of upwards of 800 ratepayers on Wallsend municipal roll some 550 voted at the last election. This is not as it ought to be in a township like this, where the residents are pretty well centered, ...

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    A CASE occurred in the Police Court here on Monday which afforded a capital illustration of the difficulties that beset the Bench in the way of obtaining sufficient grounds for giving ...

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  25. "Illustrated Sydney News."

    The current number of this journal is to hand, and contains the usual number of illustrations, all of which are well executed. These comprise, 'Manly Beach in summer," "Tour of the Prince of Wales" "The short ...

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    Cardinal Manning is supporting the Vatican in discussion the probabilities and examining the details of a scheme for effecting a union between the extreme Ritualists in the Church of England and the Church ...

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  27. "Castner's Rural Australian."

    The February number of this really excellent journal is to hand, and we think subscribers will be delighted with its contents. The articles commenced in previous issues on "egg farming," "the management of fowls ...

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    Mr. George Wallace, solicitor, on behalf of Messrs. Alnwick and Reay, and a number of ratepayers, applied to the Supreme Court, to-day, for a rule nisi, calling upon Messrs. Ross and Fryar to show cause why they ...

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  29. The "Stonewall" Policy in Victoria

    We learn, from Melbourne papers, that the stonewa[?] is in full force, and that there [?] no immediate prospect of supplies. Mr. M'Lellan made an effort in parliament, to obtain £1000, in order to pay the salaries of the officers ...

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  30. A Ferocious Shark.

    A telegram to the E News says:—A youth aged 18 named Peter Rooney, in company with Robert Balleny, went to Emerald-hill Beach on Sunday morning to bathe. Shortly after going into the water Rooney ...

    Article : 134 words
  31. Novel Experiment.

    "Atticus," in the Melbourne Leader writes as follows;—"The Geelong firemen tried an experiment this week, for which, happily, none of them are now in gaol on a charge of manslaugh[?]er. They erec[?]ed a ...

    Article : 152 words
  32. Fun at Home.

    Don't be afraid of a little fun at home, good people Don't shut up your house lest the sun should fade your carpets, nor your hearts lest a hearty laugh should shake down some of the in[?]usty cobwebs there. ...

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  33. New Zealand Cable.

    The Cable ships "Hibernica" and "Edinburgh" left Port Jackson on Friday afternoon, for the purpose of laying the cable between this colony and New Zealand, The two vessels had on board 1400 miles of cable, and ...

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    A shepherd named M'Closkey, residing near Cowra was attacked by a bull, and died from the injuries inflicted by the animal. A farmer named Buckley, who lives near Cowra, ...

    Article : 49 words
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