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  2. Stock Parade In Moore Park.

    On Wednesday the stook parade at the Agricultural Society's ground, Moore Park, was poorly patronised. There were not more than fifty persons present, including attendants. A few trotting hones, ...

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    LONDON, April 14.—In the House of Commons this afternoon Mr. Gladstone mode a statement, in the course of which he announced that advices received from St. Petersburg renew the assurance ...

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  4. Rain in Coonamble.

    A grand rain fell here yesterday. It ws general throughout the district, and a splendid season is anticipated. ...

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  5. Breach of Promise Case.

    Caroline Annie Flamstead, an elderly widow, with two children, sued George Briggs, mining manager, Heathcote, for breach of promise of marriage. The damages were laid at £1200. The ...

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    Sir,—To church-goers through all Christendom Easter-tide has its special attractions. No Sabbath in the year is regarded with greater interest than that of Easter Sunday. This may somewhat account for the ...

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  7. Commercial.

    LONDON, April 14.—Consols are ¼ lower. Tin (Straits and Australian), £78 per ton. The market rate is 1/8 below the bank rate. At the wool sales about 8000 bales were offered. The ...

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    EMMAVILLE, Wednesday.—The proprietors of the Batter mine have purchased an engine and battery, and will begin operations forthwith on about two hundred tons of ore at grass, which has assayed ...

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  9. The Mails.

    LONDON, April 14.—The mails received in the H.M.S. Iberia were delivered in London to-day. The R.M.S. Rome arrived at Plymonth this morning, having sailed from Melbourne on ...

    Article : 106 words
  10. A Murray Mystery.

    Detective Duncan has been sent to Numurkole and Tocumwal to investigate some mysterious circumstances connected with the death of a girl named Feares, whose body was found in the river ...

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  11. Sydney Quarter Sessions.

    The metropolitan court of Quarter Sessions was continued before Judge Dowling. Mr. P. J. Healy, barrister, prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. INDECENT ASSAULT. ...

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    Sir,—In your issue of the 11th instant Judge Windeyer is reported to have said in Tamworth last week that when looking over the gaol returns of the district he fonnd that Mr. Bronebam, P.M., in February ...

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    The Malpas divorce case was resumed this morning, when the respondent's cross-examination was continued. She accounted for having danced in riding trousers as "an incident," and said it ...

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  14. Gross Cruelty to Children.

    The Dunedin STAR gives the following particulars of a caw of gross cruelty to children on the part of a father and stepmother, which has caused excitement amongst the neighbors at Kensington almost equal ...

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  15. Serious Stabbing Affray.

    A serious stabbing affray occurred on board the American schooner Quickstep last evening, by which two men were wounded. A Chinaman, named Ah Cann, cook on board, was told not to ...

    Article : 272 words
  16. Queensland News.

    All the men who struck on the Mitchell railway have returned to work, matters having been satisfactorily arranged. The Ministerial party arrived at Maryborough ...

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    Sir,—Allow me to suggest, through the columns of your valuable paper, the formation in Sydney of a new infantry volunteer regiment, formed on purely volunteer principles, and after the same style ...

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  18. Dubbo Items.

    The weather was showery all day yesterday. Grass and water are in abundance. The condition of stock is good. The following stock passed through Dubbo ...

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    Sir,—In to-day's Herald appears the following advertisement:—"Twenty sober waiters wanted. Apply, 8 a.m., Trickett's Hotel, Bridge[?]st." Having for some time been out of employment, and anxious ...

    Article : 232 words
  20. Newcastle Defences.

    Mr. E. Colley, of the Colonial Architect's Department, was engaged during the whole of yesterday in making a final inspection of the forts, previously to their being handed over to the military authorities. ...

    Article : 149 words
  21. The Railway Gauge.

    Levels and plans are being prepared by the townspeople for the conservation of water within half a mile of the town and a railway station, to assist in the decision as to the break of the ...

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  22. Reseued from a Life of Vice.

    Two mere children, of a rather prepossessing appearance, named Ada Turner and Emily Ditchman, Doth under 16 years of age, were charged, in the Water Police Court yesterday with haying wandered ...

    Article : 120 words
  23. Carcoar Items.

    The Carcoar vital statistics for the quarter are as follow:—Births, 84; deaths, 28; marriages, 6. The Rev. Mr. Reid has been nominated for the incumbency of St. Paul's Church, vacated by the ...

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  24. Insolvency Court

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 161 words
  25. Ministers on the Clarence.

    This morning at daylight a heavy fog was found to have settled down upon the river, and the departure of the steamer Helen Nicoll, which was to have left the Grafton Wharf at 5 o'clock, was delayed. As ...

    Article : 175 words
  26. Murrumburrah Items.

    Dan Barry's Dramatic Company played "Cinderella" in the Assembly Hall last night to a[?] house. They will re-appear here next Monday, in ...

    Article : 118 words
  27. Domestic Misery.

    Johanna Gallagher appeared in the Water Police Court Wednesday, with a squalid-looking baby in her arms, and was charged by her son, James Gallagher, 13 years of age, with having used threatening ...

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    Sir,—Your correspondent, "A Victim of the Act," is right when he condemns the Civil Service Act as at present administered. Allow me to add my condemnation to his, as I fail to see the justice of it ...

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  29. A Libel Action.

    An application was made to Mr. Justice Holroyd, in chambers, in. Melbourne, on behalf of the defend ants in an action of Pollard v. Mackinnon and others, proprietors of the Melbourne ARGUS, for commissions ...

    Article : 195 words
  30. Rain in Coolah.

    A nice steady rain set in here yesterday morning, and has continued incessantly ever since, Up to midday ninety points had fallen. It is still, raining, with every appearance of continuing. ...

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  31. Water Police Court.

    About twenty cases of drunkenness, &c. were dealt with by fine or the alternative. Annie Worth, for riotous behaviour, and for hating damaged property of the value of £6 10s. belonging to David Williams, was ...

    Article : 320 words
  32. Mining News.

    PARKES, Wednesday.—A rush has set in twelve miles north of Parkes, and about 100 men are on the ground. The red Bag has not yet been hoisted. The prospectors hare got as much as five grains to the ...

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  33. Newcastle Items.

    Yesterday afternoon a boy namer Frederick Patterson, who was engaged delivering "was [?] was thrown from his horse on to his head. Hel[?]y un[?]onscions for some time, but was ...

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    Sir,—When witnessing the sham fight on Easter Monday from the South Head, I could not help feeling struck with the fact that the guns facing seaward were terribly exposed, and that an enemy, with a ...

    Article : 549 words
  35. TIN ORE.

    Following is a return of tin ore received in Newcastle and Morpeth for the week ended March 28:—From Uralia to Newcastle, 1 ton Ocwt 2 or [?] Gayra to Newcastle. 11 tons 18owt 3or 15lb; Uralla to ...

    Article : 97 words
  36. M[?]gee Items.

    In the District Court held here yesterday, before Judge Docker and a jury of four, an important case was heard. Robert Campbell, a racehorse trainer, sued J.C. Gunnell for a balance of ...

    Article : 141 words
  37. An Overcrowded Profession.

    A practising barrister in London, writing to the ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE, said that in England alone, and in those British possessions where English counsel have a right of audience, there are are no less than 7200 ...

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  38. Found Dead.

    A man, whose name is en supposed to be Owen Kinaban, was found dead on Wednesday on a couch in a parlor in the Surry Hills Hotel, Crown and Campbell streets, by a servant girl. It appears that on ...

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    HOBART, Wednesday.—A discovery of a new tinlode has been made at Blue Tier, in the Full Moon claim, by the trib[?]tors. ...

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    A correspondent wired as follows:—Great satisfaction is felt at the telegram received by the warden, ordering the construction of tanks for a water supply. A lode of 25ft through has been discovered at the ...

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  41. Redfern Police Court.

    appeared before the bench. Several of them "knew nothing about it." His Worship did. POOR WANDERER. A child named Thomas Sutton, found habitually ...

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    The manager telegraphed on April 11.—Main drive in 24ft. Country continues to improve, Keep getting some rich ore from supper levels. Vi[?]iting director from Sydney much pleased with what he has seen. ...

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  43. Gross Indecency.

    John A[?] was sent to gaol, this morning for [?] four months with hard labor for Indecent conduct in broad daylight. His [?] in this offence a woman named [?] Min[?]) was [?] ...

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    Sir,—Since [?] arrived from [?] reports have come before my notice [?] the Sunny Corner and Nevada, mines, so I decided to inspect these localities myself with a view of ...

    Article : 295 words
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