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  2. FURTHER WAR NEWS.

    TOURS, October 9th.—Chas. W. May, of Paris, formerly of New York, and Wm. W. Reynolds, of New York, furnish the following about their trip in the balloon from Paris, which place they left at the ...

    Article : 396 words
  3. UPPER MITTAGONG.

    Rain, rain has been our constant visitant preventing the usual farm-work of this time of year being done, but causing a wonderful gr[?]th of gr[?] and herbage. It is really worth a trip from Sydney to see the artificial grases, [?] ...

    Article : 435 words
  4. The Prussians still making Headway.

    LONDON, Ocober 9th.—A correspondent at Prussian head-quarters says: You may rest assured that the siege of Paris will not be delayed an hour longer than necessary to bring up the guns to make the ...

    Article : 338 words
  5. The Condition of Paris.

    London, October 7th.—[Special to the Times.]The following is an extract from a Paris letter, dated October 3rd :- " The serious opposition is still at work ; growing bolder, ...

    Article : 499 words
  6. BRAIDWOOD.

    On last Wednesday night, 9th instant, the members of the Miners' Refunge Lodge, L.O.O.F.M.U.No 40, Major's Creck, celebrated their opening hall at Brother allan's Commercial Hotel. As early as five o'lcok in the afternoon the "far ...

    Article : 796 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 772 words
  8. French Efforts and Successes.

    LILLE, October 9th, via London, October 9th.—St. Quentin is now open, this townspeople having gallantly withstood the attack by twelve hundred Prussians. The Prefect bade the people rise en ...

    Article : 669 words
  9. THE LOSS OF HER MAJESTY'S SHIP CAPTAIN.

    THIS great misfortune occurred about 12.15 a.m. on the 7th September, the ship at the time being under double-reefed fore and main topas[?]ils, on the port tack, close hauled, with the wind about north-west ...

    Article : 2,213 words
  10. Gambetta's Escape by Balloon

    Lille, October 8th.—Gambetta is reported to have made his escape from Paris, by balloon, and is now at Amiens. Mr. Festdin bas left Lille to meet him. Tours, October 8th.—Gambetla is here. Nothing ...

    Article : 216 words
  11. TAMWORTH.

    From inquiries made from settlers, &c., in various parts of the district, I believe the average yield of wheat will not be more than one-half compared with last year. The late sown wheat seems to [?]ave fared the best from the rust, &c., whilst the ea[?] ...

    Article : 314 words
  12. English Sympathy with France.

    LONDON, October 8.—The near approach of the horrors of bombardment excites universal pity and sympathy here. Eloquent advocates of mediation in papers like the Standard are trying to move the ...

    Article : 98 words
  13. Country News.

    The weather has been beautiful this last week, excepting a few thunder showers.Our roads are now in good repair especially from the old Bong Bong-road to our town. Your correspondent thinks the money voted has been well spent by ...

    Article : 939 words
  14. SOFALA.

    The weather on Friday and Saturday last, was very wet. Those who have had the good fortune to have had their race cut in the early part of the winter have, up to this, been realizing good wages. The Bell's Creek race is progressing, ...

    Article : 171 words
  15. Rome.

    London, October 7th.—A correspondent, writing from Rome on the 3rd instant, describes the proceedings attendant upon the plebiscite. He visited the most of the polling places during the day. A fairer ...

    Article : 422 words
  16. BELLINGER RIVER.

    There are two petitions in course of signature here, viz., one for the purpose of urging upon the Government the necessity of dividing the electorate into three separate ones, for as it is at present, it is too extensive for one member to do justice to ...

    Article : 175 words
  17. The Condition of Paris

    THE Paris correspondent of the London Times writes that supplies of meals are fast vanishing. Breadstuffs are plenty; also plenty of guns and ammunition. ...

    Article : 168 words
  18. DUBBO.

    To-day the weather is clearing up. That is, we have a fine sunshine and a pleasant breeze; but neithe Saxby, not even the weather prophet of the Pogmoor Annual could predict with ...

    Article : 1,129 words
  19. Arrival of Garibaldi in Prance.

    Marseilles, October 8th.—Garibaldi has excited a great sensation here. Enormous crowds accompanied him to the depot Tours, October 8th.—Garibaldi is expected here Garibaldi arrived here before he was expected. ...

    Article : 284 words
  20. Bonapartist Intrigues.

    London, October 8th.—A Times Paris letter of the 3rd states that documents found in the Imperial archives, and published by the Provisional ment, show conclusively that the people of France ...

    Article : 147 words
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