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    The Government have entered into correspondence with the South Austarlian Government on the question of the Border duties, and an early settlement in anticipated. ...

    Article : 34 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 597 words
  4. Extraordinary Case of Riot at Balmain.

    THE following is the additional evidence taken in this case at the Water Police Court yesterday:— Mrs. Springfield continued: When she [?] out of the house again to quieten the assilants Mr. ...

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    The business of the Police Court has been post-poned for the second time within a week, in consequence of there being only one magistrate to be got. Great inconvenience is therefore felt by the ...

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    The City Coroner, yesterday, held on inquest at Mrs. O'Donnell's Whaler's Arms, Gloucester-street, conceraing the death of Hans Jolhom Hildebrandt,] who died on the 11th instant, from natural causes. Catherine ...

    Article : 575 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 108 words
  8. Supreme Court

    Yesterday afternoon, the case Carfrae and another v. Williams—an action for negligently coopering a cask, which, when filled with port wine, leaked—resulted in the jury finding a verdict in favour of the ...

    Article : 40 words

    It has been raining here since 9 p.m. yesterday, and there is no appearance of its clearing off. Bishop Murray and father English arrived here yesterday evening. The Bishop will give ...

    Article : 51 words
  10. The Albert Ground.

    We have been requested to call attention to an advertisement in another column, setting forth the programme of sports to be hold at the Albert Ground on Wednesday next, the anniversary of her Majesty's ...

    Article : 52 words
  11. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 225 words
  12. YASS.

    Fine warm rain set is at two o'clock this morning and still continues. The contractors for the railway works have called for all accounts, to be cheques, by the 27th May ; ...

    Article : 76 words
  13. Taking Poison.

    About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, Constable Maloney, of No. 2 Police-station, took a man named, James Fendly to the Infirmary, who had taken, it is supposed, a quantity of chloride of lime, and ...

    Article : 59 words
  14. Severe Accident.

    Yesterday afternoon, as a carter named Robert Boster, employed by Mr. Smith, storekeeper, of Sussex-street, was conveying a load of potatoes from a wharf at the foot of King-street, to the store, the horse shied, ...

    Article : 75 words

    12,000 ounces of gold were sent by escort from Draytown to Cooktown. Mr. Tavares opened the theatre yesterday evening. There was a full house, and a higbly ...

    Article : 66 words
  16. Mr. W. H Cooper.

    The complimentary supper to Mr. Walter H. Cooper takes place at Punch's Hotel this evening. The honorary secretary, Mr. Lyne, will supply tickets to those who wish to be present at the gathering, ...

    Article : 47 words
  17. Death of the Rev. T. H. Wilkinson.

    On Thursday last one of the oldest clergymen of the Church of England in this country, Rev. Thomas Hattam Wilkinson, died at the parsonage, Appin. He was the eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Hottam ...

    Article : 100 words
  18. DIARY : MAY 20.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 39 words

    The wholesale jewellery warehouse of Messrs P. Falk and Co., in Little Collins-street, was burned down to the walls this morning. The stock, valued at £15,000, is irretrievably ...

    Article : 191 words

    David Craw, of Bathurst, innkeeper. Cause of sequestration: Falling off of business, and pressure of execution creditor. Liabilities, £150 7s 3d ; assets, £51 1s 6d. Deficiency, 96 6s 9d. Assignee, Mr. A. Sandeman. ...

    Article : 64 words
  21. The Championship of the Thames.

    Edward Trickett, the Australian sculler, who left Sydney in February last, accompanied by Mr. James Punch, to row a match for the championship of the Thames, has, we learn by the news brought by the ...

    Article : 136 words
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    MR. THOMAS DANGAR'S attempt at a little bit of retrograde legislation met with small favour last evening at the hands of the Assembly, notwith-standing the support of two such accomplished ...

    Article : 669 words

    W. Pritchard reports having sold by public auction and private contract, since last reports, the following properties, viz.:—Two allotments of land, having 50ft frontage to Ross-street, Forest Lodge, at £2 per foot, F. ...

    Article : 171 words
  24. Latest News per Cable.

    The following telegraphic advices were received on board the steamer Bowen, from Singapore:— London, April 26. A panic was caused, partially by an unfounded ...

    Article : 839 words
  25. Aldermanic Taste.

    Complaints have with very good grounds been made by those of the residents of Oxford-street, and Surly Hills, who usually cross Hyde Park from Bathurst-street, and also by the residents of the ...

    Article : 124 words
  26. Weekly Produce Circulars.

    Wool and Sheapskins.—Nothing to report this week ; there were no auction sales held. Tallow—continues very saleable, shipping parcels being bought up immediately on arriving to this market: local soap ...

    Article : 276 words

    A monster meeting was held last night to petition the Government to appoint a land agent for Cootamundra. Mr. P. J. O'Donnell occupied the chair. ...

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  28. Latest from Cooktown.

    We have Cooktown papers to the 10th instant. A telegram from Edwardstown of the previous day reports:—One-fourth share in Walhalla claim was sold on Saturday for £250—Annie Maguire, alias Matthews, ...

    Article : 152 words
  29. MUDGEE.

    A good many racehorses have arrived in town. A. T. is favourite for the Mudgee Handicap. The racecourse is in tine order. The weather is threatening rain. Grass is fast ...

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    Yesterday a horse express to gap the telegraph line to Cooktown, commenced running, and will continue daily. The break is only thirty miles. Mr. Palmer laid the foundation stone of the ...

    Article : 125 words
  31. Important Friendly Society Case.

    In Public Chambers, yesterday, before His Honor Mr. Justice Hargraves, a motion for a writ of Prohibition was heard in the matter of one Thomas Winkle. Mr. Salamons moved upon Rule Nisi for a Writ of ...

    Article : 233 words
  32. Sydney Markets.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 309 words

    An order for the sequestration of the estate of Clemes and Leach, drapers, has been made absolute. Mrs. Rumbold has so far recovered from the ...

    Article : 314 words
  34. Rescue of a Shipwrecked Grew.

    The following (from the S. A. Advertiser, May 11) is a translation of a letter, written in French, which we have received from Capt. Foyaux, of the barque St. Mare, recently arrived from Mauritius. It contains ...

    Article : 338 words
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    It commenced to rain here, says the Dubbo Advertiser, on Friday evening last, and continued more or less steadily till Sunday evening, when a thunder-storm brought some heavy showers. It continued ...

    Article : 342 words



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