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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 49 words
  3. TELEGEAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.

    The Urara, steamer, left yesterday morning for Sydney. It is supposed Hodgson who was apprehended on landing from her, has returned by her. Telegrams have been sent to Sydney to cantion the police. ...

    Article : 107 words
  4. RIFLE MATCH.

    Several members of the bast and West Maitland volunteers assembled at the East Maitland rifle butts on Easter Monday, to shoot for a Wilson's patent breech-loading rifle, with aword-bay[?]net, case, and ammunition ...

    Article : 361 words
  5. MAITLAND ROAD TRUST.

    There was a meeting of the Road Trnst held in the Council Chamber, East Maitland, on Tuesday, at three o'clock. Present—The Warden, Messrs. M'Longhlin, Newman, Burns, Hart, and Brunker. The meeting was ...

    Article : 1,356 words
  6. WEEKLY CALENDAR.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 32 words
  7. IPSWICH.

    C. F. Daveney, the clerk of p[?]tty sessions, has been committed for fraudulently receiving moneys as subimmigration agent. ...

    Article : 22 words
  8. GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR APRIL.

    KITCHEN GARDEN: If you have any large cabbage plants in seed beds, plant them out in rows. Plant also culinary herbs. Earth up your celery as required. Continue to sow peas, bro[?]oli, lettuce, onions turnips, radish, beans, cabbages. Dress all ...

    Article : 216 words
  9. YOUNG.

    Daley, the bushranger, captured by Sir F Pottinger, was brought before the police court on Saturday, and was identified by Solomons, a storekeeper on tbe Wombat, and Dickenson, of Spring Creek, both of whom ...

    Article : 88 words
  10. CRICKET.

    A match was played on Easter Monday between an eleven of the L[?]ywhite Cricket Club and the second eleven of the Union Cricket Club on Christian's flats, West Maitland, which terminated in favor of the former. ...

    Article : 272 words
  11. MELBOURNE.

    All the public offices and wholesale warehouses closed to-day. The Melbourne and Richmond Cricket Clubs are closing this season with two matches. [?]First eleven, on ...

    Article : 213 words
  12. TIME TABLE.—GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 227 words
  13. SINGLETON.

    DRUNKENNES[?].— Michael Tallart pleaded guilty to being drunk on Saturday evening last. Admonished and discharged.—William Thorpe was brought before the bench for over-indn[?]gence on the previous evening. He ...

    Article : 2,239 words
  14. MAITLAND MERCURY.

    IN the absence of any adverse expression of public opinion, it is probable that the construction of the proposed bridge across the Hunter st Pitnacree will shortly be entered upon. The ...

    Article : 863 words
  15. ADELAIDE.

    Parliament meets on the 9th, but it is understood that it will be p[?]gned untill the arrival of the Conference delegates, about the 17th. Major Finnis succeeds Colonel Blyth in command of ...

    Article : 146 words
  16. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS.

    At twelve o'clock on Tuesday, in the East Maitland gaol, a third meeting in the estate of Patrick Hutchison was held, before the District Commissioner, E. D. Day, Esq. The insolvent and several creditors were in attendance. Mr. O'Meagher ...

    Article : 3,567 words
  17. HIGHWAY ROBBERIES AND CAPTURE OF ROBBERS.—ONE MAN SHOT.

    The mail from Sydney was robbed at Cherry Tree Hill on Saturday afternoon, at about three o'clock, by two armed men. Shortly afterwards the mailman met two troopers, who ...

    Article : 144 words
  18. YESTERDAY'S SYDNEY NEWS.

    By rail, yesterday afternoon, we received the Sydney papers of yesterday (Wednesday). The additional telegraphic intelligence will be fonnd elsewhere. ...

    Article : 184 words
  19. RANDWICK RACES, 1863.

    The following entrances for the Randwick Autumn Meeting were declared last evening, at Tattersall's:- TRIAL STAKES.—ONCE ROUND AND A DISTANCE. 1. Single's Ben Bolt, aged. ...

    Article : 412 words
  20. DISTRICT NEWS.

    I have been informed upon good and reliable authority that the first day of May has been appointed for the extension of the Great Northern Railway from Branxton to Singleton. Steps should at once be taken by ...

    Article : 970 words
  21. THE SCAB DISEASE.

    A deputation consisting of the following gentlemen— Messrs. G. Eager, M L. A., J. F. Josephson, E. Flood, and E. B. Cornish, waited upon his Excellency, at noon, ou Saturday, and presented the following petition: ...

    Article : 513 words
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