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  3. Cable Message.

    It is believed that the European Powers will negotiate [?]bly. The reply of Gortschakoff is considered unagressive. England's objection is that the whole ...

    Article : 61 words
  4. A Magnificent Season.

    So far as our memory is reliable on such a general matter (says the MAITLAND MERCURY) there has not been for forty years past a [?] late summer and autumn [?] than the present. Since 4th ...

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    The elects for West Melbourne has not altered the previous verdict of that important constituency. It remains faithful to Sir Bryan O'Loghlen. and his democratic chief. In suite of ...

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  6. Advertising

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    From B[?]tana, we (Adelaide Journal) learn by telegraph that a stock driver named Cornelius [?]holland has been murdered by native at Strazelock Creek the southern branch of the Bar[?] River near ...

    Article : 128 words
  8. Family Notices

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  9. (Herald's Messages.)

    Replying to a memorandum presented by colo[?]iets resident in London, regarding the Victorian crisis, Sir Michael Hicks-Beach read telegrams from Governor Bowen, stating that the crisis was ...

    Article : 100 words
  10. Interesting Discovery.

    A Napier (N.Z.) correspondent gives an account of some limestone caves which have been discovered near Te A[?]. They are described as being of magnificent beauty with staiact[?] hanging from the roof and ...

    Article : 140 words
  11. Coolie Labour for Fiji.

    For years past we (Melbourne Herald) felt convinced that the day would come when Fiji would shine brilliantly among her neighbours, and this day has now arrived, for we are glad to hear of the entire ...

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    An extensive fire has occurred on the premises of Nelson and Sons publishers of Edmburgh. ...

    Article : 19 words
  14. Torpedo Cylinders.

    It will be remembered that, on the 27th ultimo Mr. J. S. Rodgers, of the Newcastle Foundry (says the ADVOCATE) was authorised by the Government to construct five torpedo cylinders which are to form ...

    Article : 100 words

    BATHURST, Friday—The approaching Show absorbs public attention. The gatos, &c., brought very high prices—gates, £155; stalls, £22 10s. The affair is certain to be an unprecedented ...

    Article : 74 words
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    THE Legislative Assembly, like a horse that jibs and then runs away, alter slopping work on Wednesday within half-hour of its meeting rushed with frantic speed yesterday to the business of ...

    Article : 866 words
  17. The Bishop of Sydney.

    The Brisbane Courier, of Monday last, has the fallowing:—From information kindly placed at our disposal, we are in a position to stats that Bishop Barker, Metro[?] of Australia who it will be ...

    Article : 243 words
  18. The Mudgee Assizes.

    MUDGEE, Friday.—The county assize opened here this morning his Honor Mr. Justice Fancett presiding. Mr. Edward Bennett prosecutes for the Crown and Messrs. Pilcher and [?]uchauan are ...

    Article : 43 words
  19. Messrs. Riley Brothers' Picnic.

    The widely-known drapery firm of Messrs. Riley Brothers of George and Oxford streets, also of Goniburn and Maitland yesterday enterta[?]ned their employees with a ground picnic at the popular result. ...

    Article : 464 words
  20. Cricketing Item.

    WEST MAITLAND, Friday.—The Maitland Albion Eleven leave to-night, for Sydney, to play the Bel[?] on the Association Ground to-morrow. ...

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  21. Late Melbourne Items.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—The costs in the Barwon election petition were taxed yesterday by the Clerk of the Assembly in accordance with the Act passed last session. Mr. Ince, who unseated ...

    Article : 113 words
  22. A Curious Transaction.

    The following strang shipping occurrence is reported in the Melbourne ARGUS of Tuesday. The result at the inquiry will be found in another column:—"The cause of the beaching of the brig Alexandra ...

    Article : 375 words
  23. This Day's Shipping.

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    NEWCASTLE, Thursday.—Colonel Roberts is here superintending the arrangement for the reception of the Artillery detachment.—A deputation leaves for Sydney to-night to urge the ...

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  27. Newtown and Gamperdown Fire Brigade.

    The annual [?] to celebrate the formation of the Newtown and Camperdown Volunteer Fire Brigade, took place in the Town Hall, Newtown, on Monday evening last. The hall was crowded to ...

    Article : 444 words
  28. Infirmary Items.

    About half-past 8 o'clock last night Constable Angell brought to the Infirmary a man, apparently about 34 years of age, named Joseph Bromley, suffering from serious injuries about his body supposed to ...

    Article : 117 words
  29. Pastoral Losses in 1877

    The Town and Country Journal this morning publishes an official statement of the number of sheep in possession of owners on the 1st January, as returned to the several clerks of Petty Serious up to ...

    Article : 182 words
  30. Stock and Share Market

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  31. Latest from Fiji.

    The Wantworth brings us Fijian files to the 3rd instant. Sir Arthur Gordon leaves shortly for England for the benefit of his health, and in order to accompany his family home. The Secretary of State ...

    Article : 479 words
  32. To the Editor.

    Sir,—Your correspondent "Inquiry" does not deserve any answer, for the reason that he lies. Knowing that he is lying. It is a pity that, in a personal controversy, anonymous writes are allowed to enter into the discussion when they ...

    Article : 132 words
  33. Government Gazette.

    The following notifications appear in to-day's Gazette:— EXTENSION OF POWERS.—Edward Liscombe Rowling, Esquire police magistrate, Bulladelah, to exercise at [?] Str[?] and S[?] (Cape Hawke) within the police ...

    Article : 216 words
  34. Forgery.

    At the Water Police Office yesterday, a young man named Edward J. Hall, a chemist, was charged with forging and uttering a promissory note for £115 with intent to defraud. The charge was preferred by ...

    Article : 133 words
  35. The Late fatal Railway Accident.

    The body of the man killed at the Burwood railway sta[?] has been identified. Yesterday afternoon a ladylike young woman, with on in[?] in her arms, was shown the cloths of deceased; ...

    Article : 352 words
  36. Serious Charge against a Nonogenerian.

    The charge against George Davis of Enmore, which has been sending for three weeks at the Central Police Court before Messrs. Jolly and Parnell, was finally adjudicated upon this morning. ...

    Article : 317 words
  37. Waler Police Court.

    George Long, I young man, who was committed for trial at the Central Police Court yesterday, on a charge of stealing from the persons the sum of £7 was charged at the Water Police Court to-day with ...

    Article : 301 words
  38. Protestant Alliance friendly Society.

    In accordea[?] with a notice signed by the past and presidium officers of various divisions of the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society a in[?]cting of the members is convened to be holden evening at the ...

    Article : 74 words
  39. Insolvency Court.

    Lewis Moore, junior, of York-crescent, Petersham, [?]ger lats of [?]. Cause of expe[?]tion: Pressure of a judgement [?] under a writ of [?] Liabilities £11[?] 12s 6d; [?] Mr. S. Lyons. ...

    Article : 82 words
  40. The Bridge over the Railway at M'Donald Town.

    [?] C. Brown, M.P. introduced a deputation in the Minister for Works this morning from M'Donald Town on the subject of the bridge that crosses the railway line at the Er[?]ville-road. They ...

    Article : 152 words
  41. A Bunch of Butchers.

    Before the Water Police Court this morning, no less [?] butchers were brought up to answer to charged of [?]tering calves and lambs on their premi[?] in the city. Nearly every case resulted in ...

    Article : 61 words



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