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  2. TAMWORTH.

    DEATH BY DROWNING.—The body of a man named John Jamieson, who had recently been in the Tamworth Hospital, under treatment for a mild form of insanity, and was discharged about three weeks ago, apparently ...

    Article : 121 words
  3. DISTRICT NEWS.

    PRINCE CONSORT TESTIMONIAL.—ARTESIAN WELL— A meeting of the Committee took place at the Royal Hotel, on Saturday afternoon, to hear a statement from W. Keene, Esq, Government Inspector of Coal-fields, ...

    Article : 584 words
  4. NORTHERN GOLD FIELDS.

    A serious accident has occurred to William Ryding, a shepherd, in the employ of Mr. Thomas, of Saumarez. The horse he was riding jibbed, and he took hold of the winkers, whereupon the animal winced and knocked ...

    Article : 4,904 words
  5. LATEST COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Tobacco.—This article of colonial growth and manufacture is getting into greater demand daily; and there are two brands with which I am constantly supplied that will bear good comparison with much of the American ...

    Article : 259 words
  6. ENGLISH SHIPPING.

    March 25. Wave of Life, from Sydney, 90 days. April 2. Stornoway, from Sydney, 92 days. 6. Great Britain (s.), from Melbourne, 65 days, 11, Cissy, from Sydney, 97 days. 17. Omar Pasha, from Melbourne 82 days. 19. Lochiel, from ...

    Article : 842 words
  7. NEW ENGLAND.

    WESLEYAN CHAPEL.—On Tuesday, the 10th, the foundation stone of a new Wesleyan Chapel, in Armidale, was laid by Mr. J. W. Lawson, of Wellingrove. The Rev. W. T. Mayne, the Rev. G. Hurst, and the Rev. A. Cameron ...

    Article : 182 words
  8. MUDGEE.

    MR. BRUYERES.—Mr. Bruyeres oontinues to improve, and is pronounced by Dr. Morton to be out of danger. Mr. Armstrong, of Rylstone, has prepared a room for his reception, to which he will be removed in the course of a ...

    Article : 147 words
  9. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    June 11.—Lion, barque, 216 tons, Simpson, from Melbourne. 12.—Urara, steamer, from Sydney. 13.—Clarendon, brig, 158 tons, Craig, from Brisbane, Bingle and Co., agents. ...

    Article : 618 words
  10. HARGRAVES.

    Scientific men have always looked upon the Louisa as a place abounding in gold-bearing quartz, and the only hindrance to the reefs being sooner discovered was the fact of their being so deeply seated. Patience and ...

    Article : 171 words
  11. CRICKET MATCH.

    An interesting match took place on Saturday afternoon, in the rear of the Royal Hotel, between eleven of the new Singleton cricket club, called the Union Club, and eleven of the G. N. Railway Club. As this was the ...

    Article : 366 words
  12. MACLEAY RIVER.

    MAY 31.—At Last Kempsey a meeting has been held, and one is to take place at Frederickton, for the purpose of making the arrangements necessary to collect subscriptions for the Prince Albert statue. Our contributions ...

    Article : 361 words
  13. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 48 words
  14. WITHDRAWAL OF LAND FROM SALE.

    Notice is hereby given, that the undermentioned portions of land, advertised in the Government Gazette of the 26th ultimo (No. 94), for sale at the Police Office at Newcastle, on the 28th instant, have been withdrawn, ...

    Article : 67 words
  15. SYDNEY SHIPPING.

    June 12.—Native Lass, schooner, 106 tons Captain Brown, from Warrnambool 6th instant. 13.—Grafton (s.), 200 tons, Captain Creer, from Clarence River 11th instant, with 10 passengers. ...

    Article : 1,186 words
  16. MURRURUNDI.

    A very interesting and well attended Soiree was held in the Court-bouse on Wednesday evening last, in connection with the Murrurundi Total Abstinence Society. After the young folks had done ample justice to the ...

    Article : 483 words
  17. SYDNEY NEWS.

    ATTEMPTED ROBBERY.—A few evenings ago Mr. Jones, storekeeper, Ranken-street, shortly after retiring to bed happened to hear a noise as of Bomething moving in the store, when it occurred to him that he had, contrary to ...

    Article : 2,863 words
  18. IMPOUNDINGS.

    At Cockfighter's Bridge, on the 2nd of June, from Wambo—damages 10s.:—One red working bullock, white face, a little white on back and belly, JO off ribs —notice sent to supposed owner. If not released, will ...

    Article : 513 words
  19. NEWCASTLE.

    LOCAL ENTERPRISE.—We are gratified in being able to call attention to the fact that Messrs. James and Alexander Brown, the proprietors of the Minmi colliery, have led the van of colonial enterprise, in starting the ...

    Article : 267 words
  20. Latest Telegraphic News.

    "Punch" is dead. In the case Reynolds v. Ancel, the Supreme Court dissolved the injunction to prevent Mrs. Reynolds from depasturing more sheep on the run, pending another ...

    Article : 110 words
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