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  2. THE INSPECTION OF THE VOLUNTEERS.

    On Saturday afternoon the Volunteers of the Hunter River district were inspected by the Inspecting Field Officer, Lieut. Col Hamilton, in the large paddock at the rear of the Black Horse Inn, Fast Maitland. The ...

    Article : 4,151 words
  3. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    July 23.—Harrlet Hope, brig, 243 tons, Wolfe, from Melbourne. Bir[?] and Co., agents. 24.—Urara, steamer, from Sydney. 24—Benjamin Heape, barque, 261 tons, Moore, from Otago. ...

    Article : 288 words
  4. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE

    GENTLEMEN—In your issue of the 22nd, just received, my attention was drawn to the report given by your Murrurundi correspondent of the robbery of the Northern mail, wherein it is stated that " Mr. Loder, with a large ...

    Article : 243 words
  5. SINGLETON.

    COACH ACCIDENT—On Thursday evening, as one of Mr Sexton's coaches was on the way upwards from Black Creek, the wheels caught a stone and bumped out one of the passengers, who escaped with some alight braises. ...

    Article : 287 words
  6. SYDNEY SHIPPING.

    July 24.—Don Juan, schooner, 130 tons, Captain Arnold, from Brisbane 19th instant. 24.—Marchioness, schooner 175 tons, Captain Hurley, from Port Cooper 10th instant, in ballast, with 2 passengers ...

    Article : 669 words
  7. To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury.

    GENTLEMEN—In your issue of the 24th instant there appears a paragraph in the Murrurundi correspondence, wherein your correspondent says there are subscriptions being raised to employ men, for the purpose of trying ...

    Article : 240 words
  8. MUDGEE.

    PAINFULLY DISTRESSING OCCURRENCE—A report has just reached us (of the truth of which there is no doubt) that on the evening of Friday last, the wife of a man named Brophy, who is engaged as a shepherd, in the ...

    Article : 330 words
  9. To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury.

    GENTLEMEN—In your issue of the 26th inst, appears a letter from Mr. Alfred Levien, attempting to answer mine of the 24th inst.; but, from the miserable shifts which he was compelled to resort to, it is quite ...

    Article : 594 words
  10. DISTRICT NEWS.

    My letter this time is more for the sake of preserving regularity in my communications than for anything particular I have to communicate. In Newcastle, as regards news, it is either a feast or a famine, and since 1 last ...

    Article : 648 words
  11. TAMWORTH.

    FATAL ACCIDENT—A magisterial enquiry was held on tuesday last, at the Caledonian Hotel, Tamworth, by Mr. H C Master, P M., [?] the cause of the death of a man named Stephen Pratt, who had been in the ...

    Article : 414 words
  12. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.

    His Excellency the Governor with the advice of the Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Joseph Ede Pearce. Esquire to be Police Magistrate at Young. His Excellency the Governor with the advice of the ...

    Article : 117 words
  13. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS.—FIRST DISTRICT, GREAT NORTHERN ROAD.

    Tenders will be received at this office, until noon on Tuesday, the 12th day of August next, from persons willing to contract for the following works on the 1st District of the Great Northern Road, viz: ...

    Article : 121 words
  14. NEW ENGLAND.

    NORTHERN POLICE.—We are informed that on the 8th instant Mr. Superintendent Lydiard left Armidale, in company with Senior Sergeant Keegan and bergeant Nugent, en route for Kempsey. The latter he left at Nulla ...

    Article : 373 words
  15. IMPOUNDINGS.

    At Rylstone, on the 15th July, from Pinnacle Swamp— damages and driving 8s. 6d each:—One brown horse, hind feet white, SF near shoulder, 14 hands high, ona bay horse, [?]T near shoulder like JR off shoulder aged, 15 hands high. ...

    Article : 683 words
  16. LATEST COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Arrivals during the past week have not been over heavy, and the prices of some articles have consequently advanced Make is firm to-day at 4s. 3d. to 4s. 6d. Hay.—Lucerne is in somewhat better demand if prime, but ...

    Article : 230 words
  17. WOLLOMBI.

    It is desirable to call the attention of drover and others travelling, either with stock, drays, or other vehicles, on the Great Northern Road to Sydney, via Woll[?]mbi, that the road is now in thorough repair, and ...

    Article : 171 words
  18. MORT'S WEEKLY PRODUCE CIRCULAR.

    Wool.—At this season of the year the quantity of wool offering is so limited that it is impossible to test the market At our sale to-day there was, if anything a better desire to purchase and the few lots sold realised satisfactory prices. One ...

    Article : 3,516 words
  19. MANNING RIVER.

    The weather here at present is all that could be wished for, alth[?]ugh heavy frosts still prevail. Wheat sowing seems a rather dying topic among our settlers here, and chiefly owing to the low prices which wheat fetched of ...

    Article : 226 words
  20. DARLING DOWNS.

    IMPORTED HAMS—Mr Tamm has recently arrived in this town with the most splendid lot of imported rams that were ever seen in this colony. In Brisbane, out of [?]he lot imported, Mr. Tamm sold one r[?] for the sum of ...

    Article : 433 words
  21. Latest Telegraphic News.

    Greville and Bird's telegram from the Lachlan states that the escorts left, with 7985 ounces gold, and £1000 cash Provender and flour rising. Weather wet; roads execrable. ...

    Article : 138 words
  22. DU[?]G.

    JULY 21—T[?]ther, for this season of the year, is [?] the day, but the nights are bit[?] that [?] green [?] for the ...

    Article : 284 words
  23. COLONIAL MARKETS

    DENILIQUIN STOCK MARKET.—Thursday evening, July 17th. —No sales of store [?]k are reported this week. The following fat stock have crossed the river at this place:—On Saturday, [?] flock of wethers. Taylor and Loughnan's; on Sunday, 13th, 146 ...

    Article : 72 words
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