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  2. Fire in Palmer-street.

    A fire broke out in a building formerly used as a [?] recently as a [?]-house and bathrooms, at 105, Palmer-street, this morning. Nothing was [?]ved. The damage amounted to over £100. ...

    Article : 16 words
  3. Death of Mr. William Long.

    The death of Mr. William Long, one of the pldest and moss widely-known [?] of Sydney, took places at an early hour this morning. The d[?]essed had been [?]ing for a con[?]cable time, and his death was ...

    Article : 71 words
  4. Splection on the Yanko Reserve.

    THE Yanko Reserve was thrown open to-day, and the proceedings were conducted on the ground by Mr. Moriarty, who was assisted by Messrs. Houston, Robertson, Olivers, Trimon, and by Mr. ...

    Article : 211 words

    Another lunatic, named Edward O'Reiley, has escaped fromthe Asylum. He was missed at the mastering of the patients this morning, and on an examination of his cell being made, it was found ...

    Article : 49 words

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  7. Artillery Presentation.

    At the recant shot practice at Botany, carried, on by Nos. 1 and 2 Field Batteries, V.A., a massive gold ring was offend by Captain Fahey at a price for the best shot. After two rounds had been fired with rather ...

    Article : 122 words
  8. Family Notices

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    At the inquest held yesterday on Mrs. Morgan, who poisoned herself, the jury returned a verdict to the effect that she died from the effects of carbolic acid taken while in a state of temporary ...

    Article : 50 words
  10. Elective Artillery Fire.

    One of the Melbourne journals gives an account of the recent artillery practice from the Cerberus:-"On Tuesday a farget was set up at Point Nepean, and the firing commenced, the first shot going clean through ...

    Article : 113 words
  11. Free Trade in Victoria.

    We are every to see how much alarmed and positively spiteful tome of the protectionists become when ever their attention is called to the progress of the Free Trade League and its branches. Their great Melbourne ...

    Article : 91 words

    The body of an elderly man, whose name is unknown, was found in the fork of a tree nine feet above the water. It is supposed that he was drowned in the recent flood, and carried by ...

    Article : 66 words
  13. The Assault and Burglary in Park-street.

    We learn that Mr. Rokes, who was so cowardly and brutally assaulted, when attempting, on Monday morning last, to arrest a burglar that had broken into his establishment, is recovering from the effect of his ...

    Article : 123 words
  14. Grafton Teachers' Association.

    We are informed the Association of Teachers, lately formed in this city, is about to establish a library of works, bearing upon their profession. It has been assisted in this matter in a very liberal manner, by the ...

    Article : 94 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 38 words

    There was an enormous attendance at the Princess. Theatre last night, to witness a glove encounter between Hicken and Christie. Hicken's friends mustered in great force. There was very ...

    Article : 161 words
  17. Brutal Assault.

    Shortly after eight o'clock last night, a man named Thomas Hill, aged 42 years, a cook at an hotel in Erskine-street, while about to light the lamp, was assaulted by two young men classed as "forties." It ...

    Article : 155 words

    In each of the districts likely to be visited by His Excellency Sir Hercules Robinson, great preparations are being made to give him a suitable reception. On this point, the latest news is from Albury. There ...

    Article : 117 words
  19. Capital Punishment in Tasmania.

    Recently this subject was brought before the Tasmanian Parliament by motion. The Attorney-General agreed with the motion so far that be believed capital punishment should be inflicted only in cases of ...

    Article : 119 words
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    THE description of the grievances of Surry Hills, set forth in the petition adopted on Monday evening last by the public meeting held in the front of the Duke of Cleveland Hotel, cannot but ...

    Article : 617 words
  21. The Border Duties.

    Notwithstanding the promises of the Government at Sydney, nothing has been done towards entering into a treaty with Victoria for the re-establishment of free-trade across the Murray River. However, intelligence ...

    Article : 136 words
  22. Deniliquin Railway.

    As a proof of public confidence is the soundness of the Deniliquin ana Moama railway as a commercial speculation, the shares are sought after at a high premium (about 50[?] on each share for the investment ...

    Article : 97 words
  23. Peculiar Charge.

    The master of the ship Wastewater, William Cowman, prosecuted his cook, John Griffiths, at the Water Police Court, this morning, for stealing dash from the ship. Captain Cowman stated in his evidence ...

    Article : 161 words

    This is a suit for a dissolution of marriage, brought by Richard O'Brien, a miner, against Hannah O'Brien, his wife, formerly Hannah Howard, spinster. Mr. Manning, instructed by Messrs. Spain and Sly ...

    Article : 854 words
  25. Flowers for the Infirmary.

    At the Redfern Railway-station some benevolent shopkeepers have erected a basket on a stand, over which there is a board placed, stating that the basket is intended for flower donations for the Sydney ...

    Article : 100 words
  26. Royal Italian Opera Beason.

    Mr. Lazar the enterprising lessee of the Theatre Royal, has issued the prospectus for a season of Italian opera, commencing on or about the ,20th November next. The members of the company, who are entirely ...

    Article : 119 words
  27. Sudden Death of a Native Missienary.

    The Rev. Eroni Fotofili, native Wesleyan missionary, who arrived here recently in the mission ship John Wesley, and who addressed the meeting held in the Wesleyan Church on Monday evening, died at ...

    Article : 155 words
  28. A Tribe of Civilised Aborigines.

    We understand that information has reached Brisbane from a reliable source of the discovery of a tribe of aborigines located between three and Jour hundred miles west of the Diamantina River, who are so ...

    Article : 123 words
  29. A Valuable Squattage Property.

    A correspondent of the Murrurundi Times writes:-Goonoo Goonoo represents an enormous estate, formerly in the hands of the Australian Agricultural Company, but purchased from them many ...

    Article : 276 words
  30. A. Sad Incident.

    Speaking of the loss in the bush of Mr. Lyons late telegraph muter, Cooktown, who was lost in the bush in that district on the 2nd instant, the Qourier says:-"We learn the final particulars of the and story ...

    Article : 260 words
  31. Reform Club Dinner to the Hon. John Robertson.

    "On Monday evening the members of the Reform Club gave a dinner to their president, the Hon John Robertson, in celebration of his birthday, he having then attained his sixtieth year. The dinner was served ...

    Article : 135 words
  32. Ilma de Murska.

    "I am told (says the Melbourne correspondent of the Hamilton Spectator) there wag a rather curious scene on board one of the Melbourne steamers at Wellington on her last trip It was intimated that Madame ...

    Article : 151 words
  33. Lecture on the Aborigines of New South Wales.

    A lecture on "The Race of Murri" aborigines in the westers parts of this colony, was given yesterday evening in the hall of the School of Arts, by the Rev. Wm Ridley. Mr. W. C. Windeyer, M.L.A., President ...

    Article : 502 words
  34. Eastern Suburbs Horticultural Society.

    Last evening the members of the Eastern Suburbs Horticultural Society held their usual monthly meeting, in the schoolroom, Point Piper Road, and there was, as usual, in addition to a large ...

    Article : 449 words
  35. Serious Railway Accident.

    On Friday, the 6th instant, while the ballast van heavily laden, was descending from the tunnel to Doughboy Hollow, on the railway extension near Mururundic, the train acquired such a speed from the steep ...

    Article : 148 words

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  37. Advertising

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    Advertising : 229 words
  38. Struck by Lightning.

    During the heavy thunderstorm last Monday afternoon, a man, named William Jordan, employed as fireman in the railway department, was struck by lightning whilst engaged watering a locoomotive at ...

    Article : 196 words
  39. The Dead Buying the Dead.

    In the Deepwater Tragedy inquiry, constable Walsh made a rather startling statement of what was done with tie money found on Father Healey, when shot by the police; he raid:-"There was £13 1s ...

    Article : 191 words
  40. Cooktown Mining Yield.

    The export of gold fox the monts of September was 771 ozs to Chios, and 11,134 on to Sydney, making a total of 11,305 ozs. The total for the quarter coding 30th September was 46,701, and for the first ...

    Article : 76 words



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