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  2. Mining News.

    GEORGETOWN, Monday.—The latest crushings are:—Monkland lease, 16 tons, yield 82oz 6dwt of gold; at Delaney's, Aurora, 270 tons, 570oz lOdwt of gold; Cardonia, Swan and Party, 173 tons, 602oz ...

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  3. Shocking Hallway Accident.

    Thomas Croak, miner, aged 65, was killed by a goods train near Ballarat East on Saturday. The deceased, who was intoxicated, was crossing the railway, when he fell between the wheels of an ...

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  4. Foley Wins Again.

    Mr. Laurence Foley is an excellent boxer; but is not conversant with the procedure of law courts, for if he had had this latter knowledge he would have paid into the Central Police Office Small Debts Court ...

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  5. District Court.

    IS A PIANO FURNITURE?—HUENERBEIN V. CABER. In the action Huenerbein v. Gaber, which was heard on Thursday last, his Honor delivered judgment, This was an action to recover the value of a ...

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  6. CABLEGRAMS.

    LONDON, May 10.—The report of the Anglo-German commission, appointed to deal with the British and German claims in the Western Pacific, has been confirmed by the Governments ...

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  7. SPORTING.

    The only business in sporting circles to-day is confined to the settling over Saturday's races, which takes place at Bowes's Lounge and Victoria Club rooms. Lord Wilton's victory has suited a great number of bookmakers, who ...

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  8. GOLD IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Perth INQUIRER said :—Several fine Specimens of gold have been found by some children in one of the gullies of the Darling Range. One child brought home a piece of quartz containing a lump of ...

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  9. V.R.C. DERBY.

    Some business was done this morning on Newstead for the V.R.C. Derby at 6 to 1. ...

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  10. MOUNT M'DONALD ITEMS.

    MOUNT M'DONALD, Monday.—The Eureka Company finished a crushing of 98 tons of first and 12 tons of inferior quality of stone for the month, for 175oz 16dwt so of gold. The mine is greatly improving, the ...

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  11. Dowie's Adherents.

    Eight of Dowie's adherents have been, summoned to the Fitzroy Police Court for having marched in a procession contrary to the by-law. Three declined to promise not to march again ...

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  12. CYCLING IN NEWCASTLE.

    The sports, held under the auspices of the Newcastle club of bicyclists, came off on the grounds of the Newcastle Cricket Club on Saturday afternoon, and were a pronounced success. The weather was all that could be wished ...

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  13. GREAT EXTENDED CO. ORANGE.

    ORANGE, Monday.—The directors of the Great Extended Gold-mining Company visited the mine on Saturday and arranged with the owner of the adjoining 160 acres for the right to mine underneath it, the ...

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  14. TELEGRAMS.

    Mrs. Nehemiah Bartley, of Brisbane, staying in the Grand Hotel, Spring-street, reported to the police having lost her bracelet, value £68, besides other jewellery. The key of her room door had ...

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  15. Queensland Defence Movements.

    The excitement consequent upon the probabilities of war has nearly died out now with, the Majority of title general public The Scottish rifle corps however, keeps marking, and on Saturday ...

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  16. VICTORIAN ITEMS.

    From Kyneton (Vic.) we learn that O'Connor's first crushing from the new battery was cleaned off on Friday, the yield being 19oz of gold for ten days. At the Central M'Clure's they are short of water for ...

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  17. A Horrible Murder.

    On April 21 (says the New Zealand HERALD of Tuesday, May 5), Consul Gamble received a cable message from the chief of the police at St. Louis, Missouri, requesting him to take measures to secure ...

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  18. PERSEVERANCE GOLD MINE.

    An application for the abandoned claim of the Perseverance G.M. Company, Enoggera (Q.), has been lodged in tile Brisbane Mines Office by Mr. Felix Savage, who asks that it may be granted to him as a ...

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  19. Suspected Murder and Suicide.

    Patrick O'Neill, a laborer, was found on the railway near Nymagee station, Branxholme, on Saturday, shockingly mangled. Life was extinct. The deceased was out on bail, charged with ...

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  20. Arrival of the Premier.

    Mr. Alexander Stuart, Premier of the colony, arrived in Sydney on Monday after his New Zealand trip. His friends (which means everyone in the community) mil be glad ...

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  21. Meetings of Free Selectors.

    An enthusiastic meeting of free selectors was held in the Mechanics' Institute, Burrowa, on Saturday, to protest against the new Land Bill. The following resolutions were moved, seconded ...

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  22. Mining Accident.

    An accident occurred, in Madame Berry, No. 2 mine, on Friday night, when Hugh. M'Geohegan had his collar-bone broken, and Joseph Atkinson was internally injured by an iron girder, which ...

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  23. WOLLONGONG AUTUMN RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 316 words
  24. Queensland News.

    Five teams, loaded with machinery, have left Normanton for Derham lease. C. Twisden Bedford, staff surveyor, left Townsville on Saturday, for Boulia, whither he has ...

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  25. Insolvency Court.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 92 words
  26. Falling Down a Shaft.

    A wonderful escape from a dreadful death occurred at Lower Temora. It seems that a little boy, four years of age, a son of Mr. Keen, was playing about the month of an abandoned shaft ...

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  27. Minister of Lands.

    Everyone will regret to learn that the health of Mr. Farnell, Minister of Lands, has completely broken down, and it is improbable that he will be able to resume his duties for some time. At the meeting of ...

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  28. Molong Items.

    A large meeting was held on Saturday in Wynn's Hotel for the purpose of deciding the most appropriate way to recognise the services of the member for Molong, Dr. Ross. It was ...

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  29. Water Police Court.

    A few Saturday sight inebriates were fined or Riven the usual alternative. Several persons were fined in sums of 20s and upward (or various terms of imprisonment). Margaret Cassidy ...

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  30. The Coonamble Tragedy.

    Senior-sergeant Burns started this morning to Sydney for the purpose of interviewing the Inspector-General of Police, in re a letter which was written to the Mudgee INDEPENDENT, and which ...

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  31. Executive Council.

    A meeting of the Executive Council will be held in the Governor's country residence. Moss Vale, to-day. Ministers will leave town by special train for the purpose of attending the council. Major urgent ...

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  32. Temora Items.

    The most successful performance ever given by the Temora Garrick Dramatic Club since its inauguration came off in the Victoria Theatre, in aid of a miner and his family, who were in ...

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  33. New Hotel for Inverell.

    We have been shown by Mr. C. H. May, jun., the plans and specifications of a large hotel, of which he is architect, to be built for Mr. Onus, of Inverell. The building Will be erected in Otho-street, and will ...

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  34. Accident to a Bishop.

    The WEST AUSTRALIAN of April 20 reports that the Roman Catholic bishop of Perth (Dr. Griver) met with a serious accident on the previous Sunday morning. The venerable prelate, who recently attained ...

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  35. Navvies and the Bolice.

    Saturday was the second pay nightin connection with the railway works, and as the navvies had more to draw than on the previous occasion the proceedings at night were much noisier. On the ...

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  36. The Soudan Campaign.

    Mr. Dalley received on Monday from Mr. Charles Moore, Director of the Botanical Gardens, a cheque for £33 19s 6d, being the amount of the joint subscriptions of a number of employes. ...

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  37. A Queer Story.

    In the Full Court, Melbourne, on Thursday, before Judges Higinbotham, Holroyd, and Williams, Mr. Forlonge moved for a role nisi for a new trial in the case of Jonas and another v. Ford. The action was ...

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  38. Singular Sheep Disease.

    In some parts of the grazing districts of Kent flock-owners are suffering rather severe losses among their ewes from an obscure disease, which attacks them in a strange manner. The ...

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  39. THE AMBULANCE WAGGONS.

    In Suakim last week, at the review and inspection, Lord Wolseley praised the ambulance waggons of the New South Wales Contingent. Great credit is due to Mr. William Fleming, of 22 and 24. ...

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  40. SUMMONS COURT.

    In the summons divisions, Mr. L. Yates disposed of a number of charges of breaches of the city by-laws. Inspector E. Oran prosecuted. ...

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  41. Peculiar Insolvency Case.

    Edward O'Gallagher, on remand, was charged in the Water Police Court, Monday, with having mutilated certain books, he at the time being an insolvent. Mr. G. F. Want, who appeared for the prosecution. ...

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  42. A New Convent.

    A large number of persons attended the dedication of the new convent of the sisters of St. Joseph, Burrowa, on Sunday. The services were conducted with the usual religions ceremonial, by ...

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  43. Redfern Police Court.

    J. O'Keefe, 35, for having been drunk while in charge of a horse and cart, was fined 20s (or seven days imprisonment). J. Hughes, 24, for having been drunk and disorderly,received the same penalty. ...

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  44. Water Maters.

    A "Liverpool Plumber" writes:—Having read what Mr. Dalley said to the Mayor about Mr. Deacon's patent of Liverpool (England) having saved that city the sum of £50,000 in 1882 and £80,000 in ...

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  45. Mr. R. B. Smith, M.L.A.

    Mr. R. B. Smith, M.L.A., visited Frederickton, the Auburn of the Macleay district, on Saturday. On his arrival he was presented with a flattering address, to which he replied in a happy ...

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  46. Petersham Volunteer Company and the Fire Brigades Board.

    In a lengthy memorandum on the controversy between the Petersham Volunteer Company and the Fire Brigades Board Mr. W. D. Bearce superintendent M.F.B., writes that when fully considering the ...

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  47. The Oyster Leases.

    On Saturday, a numerously signed memorial was presented at the office of the Commissioners of Fiabaries of New South Wales. Mr. Burdekin, M.L.A., who introduced the bearer, Mr. Geo. Brown ...

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  48. The Colonial and Indian Exhibition.

    Some exception was stated to have been taken in England to the appointment by the New South Wales Government of the executive commissioner for the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, and a suggestion was ...

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  49. Drowning Fatality.

    Last night a ganger named Darcey was accidentally drowned near Mandurama. It appears that he was returning to his hut on the bank of the Mandurama, and, having mistaken the ...

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  50. Newcastle Items.

    The Lynch family of Bellringers opened to a crowded house on Saturday night in the "Victoria Theatre. A little daughter of Mr. Moroney of the Hunt ...

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