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  2. New South Wales Parliament.

    The President took the chair. The PRESIDENT having stated that it was in his opinion optional with Mr. Lutwyche to give the notice of motion which he had ...

    Article : 384 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,895 words
  4. Original Correspondence.

    GENTLEMEN—Having noticed in your issue of the 5th instant, a report of the cat[?]le disease, of which I beg to give a correct account. I have lost one breeding ...

    Article : 138 words
  5. To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury.

    GENTLEMEN—On last Tuesday evening Mr. H. Carmichael delivered a Splendid lecture at the Court House, Maitland. The lecture was a beautiful and elaborate specimen of ...

    Article : 458 words

    THE MAILS.—Owing to the heavy rains the arrivals of the mails from the down country during the week have been necessarily beyond the specified time. Those due ...

    Article : 273 words

    The Speaker took the chair at half-past [?]hree. THE MURRAY RIVER. In answer to questions from Mr. G. ...

    Article : 1,708 words
  8. Sydney News.

    Before Mr. Justice Dickinson, Mr. Justice Therry, and Mr. Justice Milford. CLIFT V. NOWLAND. This was an application to set aside an ...

    Article : 555 words

    We are sorry to inform you that, owing to the very bad state of the weather in this part of the district, the races advertised to take place on Wednesday and Thursday, the 18th ...

    Article : 277 words
  10. DUNDEE.

    Another instance of the fatal result too often following rash attempts to cross swollen rivers has taken place in this locality. On Monday last Thomas Milroy, a servant of ...

    Article : 492 words
  11. Colonial News.

    We are in receipt of Wellington papers to the 11th February. The motion lately passed by the Provincial Council of Wellington awarding sums of money ...

    Article : 217 words
  12. District News.

    My experience of New England, though not of yesterday, has not met a season nearly so wet as the present for the time of year, flood succeeding flood in rapid succession; ...

    Article : 718 words
  13. Poetry.

    Y[?] Scotchmen arise I think on Wallace the brave, Remember how he our lo[?]'d country did save; On the high Abbey Craig erect to his name A something, to point to his great deeds of fame. ...

    Article : 268 words

    It is impossible that the colony will submit to the present management of the Sydney and Liverpool Railway. It has cost the colony an enormous sum—at present it is little better ...

    Article : 1,136 words



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