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  2. POISONED SHEARERS

    Most of the Ipswich men who wera shearing at Bowen Downs when the poisoning cases occurred returned to Ipswich last Monday night (reports the Queensland ...

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  3. MR. JAS. MURRAY.

    Among the passengers by the steamer Airlie a day or two ago from China was Mr. Jas. Murray, of the National Bible Society of Scotland, who for the past eight ...

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  4. MARITIME HOBART.

    In the past score or more years maritime Hobart has undergone so many changes that one revisiting the place after long absence would hardly recognise ...

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  5. ROUND THE WORLD.

    A Moscow correspondent states that twenty of the ringleaders who took part in the murder of the English, mill director Crawshaw at Ivanofna mil be hanged or ...

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  6. COUNTRY NOTES.

    The Nowra Water Supply has scarcely been affected by the long drought which has hung over this part of the world, says the local paper. No water whatever is ...

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  7. WYALONG.

    Apart altogether from the prolonged drought which is being so severely and generally felt, the question of a water supply for the Wyalong Gold Field ...

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  8. INTERCOLONIAL.

    The people of Adelaide bare heard a great deal concerning the mysterious rover of Tantanoola which was at first supposed to be a tiger, and when shot last ...

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  9. Death of Mr. J. Roper.

    MERRIWA, Tuesday.-At Rosebery Park on Sunday morning John Roper, the last survivor, of Leichhardt[?] first expedition, died, at the age of 73 years ...

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  10. Bourke Sessions.

    BOURKE, Tuesday.-Judge Gibson presided at the quarter sessions yesterday. West. Moran, and Gain were charged with sheep-stealing at Byrock ...

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  11. San Francisco Going Ahead

    "Business of all kinds in San Francisco," writes a correspondent, "appears to be picking up, and there is an unusual development going on in high class ...

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  12. A Distressing Case.

    A case of a most distressing nature has been discovered at Parramatta in connection with a family named Booth, residing in Argyle-street. An officer from the ...

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  13. The Revenue.

    The returns issued from the Treasury last night show the revenue for the past week to have been £154,930, or £776 less than for the same period ...

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