"W."—We regret that we are compelled, from a pressure of matter, to postpone our correspondent's somewhat lengthy but able letter till our next. ...Article : 28 words
In the estate of William Crawford, Dungog, storekeeper, a second meeting:—David Jones and Co., £10; Chambers and Holden, £30 9s 9d; Henry Johnson and Samuel Mathews, ...Article : 348 words
VAGUE rumours are afloat in the town of new depredations having been committed by the natives among the stations to the northwest. We have not received any ...Article : 1,630 words
Our sporting friends were put on the qui vive by the arrival of a race-horse from Sydney, generally said to be old Jorrocks, on Tuesday last, and great was the anxiety to get a look at this ...Article : 322 words
On Tuesday last a great number of the aborigines, amounting to more than a hundred men, women, and children, passed through the town to Campbell's Hill, for the purpose of ...Article : 3,243 words
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