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    MY DEAR—We arrived here safe, utter thirteen days' march, by easy stages, on the new tack. It was found out by Douglas, and is, as far as I can make out, 161 miles. There is water ...

    Article : 255 words
  3. Randwick Races.

    NOTWITHSTANDING the rain of the previous day, the weather was fine and tie course in good order. Mr. Gannon's starting could hardly have been improved upon, and the racing was splendid. The ...

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    BY the arrival of the Wentworth, steamer, this day, we have received by way of Melbourne, English papers to February 20, brought by the Suer Mail. The following extracts are from the Home ...

    Article : 218 words

    The Australian mails per the Torres Straits line of steamers (Queensland line) were delivered on the 4th instant. The mails via San Francisco were delivered in ...

    Article : 155 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,033 words
  7. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 210 words

    Typhoid fever lias made its appearance at Mururundi. From the neighbourhood of the Ba (Fiji) coast we bear that the late gale has killed many tons of beche-de ...

    Article : 1,696 words
  9. DIARY.—APRIL 10.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 21 words
  10. Political—The Election and its Results.

    The course of the elections was one continued triumph. There was no break or hitch. Mr. Gladstone, like the Frenchman, entered on the contest "with a light heart," and his defeat has been ...

    Article : 279 words

    There was a large attendance at the Jockey Club Races to-day, and the weather was fine. The Ladies' Purse was won by Mr. Handcock's Mameluke. The Members' Gift by Mr Dempsey's ...

    Article : 77 words
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    THE advent of one of our great anneal race meetings affords an opportunity to revest to a subject which challenges discussion at such a time, viz, the morality of the turf and its ...

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  13. GULGONG.

    The gold escort hence took dewn 1440 ounces gold. ...

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    The Jessie Kelly has arrived from the South Seas. The master(Crptain Costy,) died on the 2nd instant, from wounds effected by poisonous arrows shot by the natives of Malicolo Island. ...

    Article : 38 words
  15. Destruction by Fire of the London Pantechnicon.

    The Pantechnicon was, as many readers may be aware, one of the first erected buildings for the storage of household furniture now so common in various parts of the metropolis. It was ...

    Article : 283 words

    William Rooban, the veteran mail contractor, was found dead yesterday, on the road near Gundaroo, while conveying the mails from Goulburn. Roohan was unwell on leaving Queanbeyan on ...

    Article : 65 words

    It is rumoured that the Hon. John O'Shannassy will resign his seat in the Legislative Council and contest the election for Kilmore. Speculation was a greater favourite here than ...

    Article : 85 words
  18. (From the Herald's Telegram.)

    William Cooper, for stealing, has been sentenced to two rears' imprisonment. The case of Richard Blayd, Patrick Foley, and Charles Thomas, charged with wounding, has been postponed till next ...

    Article : 99 words
  19. Extraordinary Wife Murder.

    PLYMOUTH has been shocked by news of a very distressing wife murder. The murderer in Sylvanus Sweet, a young man of independent means. His wife, about his own age, was the only daughter ...

    Article : 455 words
  20. Impending Strike at Newcastle

    THE Miners' Association having adopted a motion last week requesting Mr Croudace, the manager of the Lambton Colliery, to cancel a notice of the discharge of two miners, named Burt and Warders ...

    Article : 537 words

    A woman, named Louisa Burgess, was committed for manslaughter, on a charge of having caused the death of a child by giving improper food. ...

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    A number of women aimed with [?] and sticks visited the engine-houses at Wallaroo Mines. They turned out Mr. Higgs the superintendent, and compelled the men to put out the ...

    Article : 412 words
  23. This Day.

    The attendance on Randwick racecourse to-day, considering it was "off day," was pretty numerous, the weather being fine, with indications of an approaching storm. ...

    Article : 321 words
  24. Singular Case.—Action against a Priest.

    A protracted case, Sheridan v. Judge, which has been for several days before the Court of Exchequer on second trial, has at last been decided. It was an action to recover damages for malicious ...

    Article : 341 words



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