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  2. THE COTTON EXHIBITION.

    The following memoranda accompanied the samples of cotton forwarded to the Exhibition on Thursday last by Mr. J. R. Nowlan and Mr. E. A. Hickey:- Description of the Culture of One Acre of Cotton, 1860-61. ...

    Article : 1,298 words
  3. WEEKLY CALENDAR.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 25 words
  4. RIFLE MATCH.

    In accordance with an advertisement that appeared in a former issue, several volunteers and others met about one o'clock, on Saturday last, in Mr. Graham's paddock, Oakhampton Road; and, after fixing the targets, the following prizes ...

    Article : 7,066 words
  5. GARDENING AND AGRIGULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR AUGUST.

    KITCHEN GARDEN.—Plant potatoes, thyme, marjorum, garlic, eschalots, lettuces, cauliflowers, cabbages. Sow spinach, peas, carrots, parsnips, beetroot, turnips, brocoli, salads, potherbs, parsley, radishes, celery, cauliflowers, cucumbers, melons, ...

    Article : 138 words
  6. MAITLAND MERCURY.

    WE confess to experiencing a feeling of disappointment that the sailors and marines are on their way back from Lambing Flat, and that very probably by this time the military are also ...

    Article : 861 words
  7. LAMBING FLAT.

    Patrick Day, William Tomalty, and Charles Coyle were arrested on Wednesday for the riots on the 30th of June. In arresting Coyle there was some resistance offered, but the police fixed bayonets, and charged before he could be ...

    Article : 742 words
  8. IMPROVEMENTS IN THE HUNTER RIVER.

    The monthly meeting of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales was held, last night, in the Hall of the Australian Library, Bent-street, His Excellency Sir John Yonng being in the chair. The attendance was ...

    Article : 1,440 words
  9. DISTRICT NEWS.

    SINGLETON POLICE COURT.—Tuesday, August 13; before J. C. S. M'Douall and J. Rigney, Esqrs.—Obstructing a constable in the execution of his duty.—Joseph Mortimer was charged with this offence by Constable Carter, who deposed ...

    Article : 588 words
  10. YESTERDAY'S SYDNEY NEWS

    By rail, yesterday afternoon, we received the Sydney papers of yesterday, Monday. The additional telegraphic and insolvency intelligence appears elsewhere. ...

    Article : 465 words
  11. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.

    Henry Moore was arrested yesterday, for being engaged in the riots of the 14th of July. The rush to about two miles from the township, near Blackguard Gully, is turning out well. ...

    Article : 556 words
  12. WOLLOMBI DISTRICT.

    The recent conviction for cattle stealing at the last sitting of Quarter Sessions may operate as a check to this but too frequent crime; and it is very surprising that the Government do not increase the constabulary force of this district. In the ...

    Article : 5,985 words
  13. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS.

    SCHEDULE FILED.—August 13. Samuel Sandilands Rogers, of Wollongong, solicitor. Liabilities, £4101 9s. 6d. Assets— value of real property (mortgaged), £3850; of personal property. £60; outstanding debts, £974. Total, £4687. Surplus, ...

    Article : 341 words
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