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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 143 words
  3. THE CATHERINE WRECK.

    The behaviour of our lifeboat and its crew at the wreck of the barque Catherine yesterday is deserving more than a more passing notice. The signal gun on Flagstaff-hill gave the alarm of a ...

    Article : 1,073 words
  4. HOBART TOWN.

    [Herald.]—A deputation of the unemployed waited on the Treasurer, who promised them work or food. Flour has declined 10s. per ton. ...

    Article : 25 words
  5. EMPLOYMENT OF LABOUR IN CALIFORNIA AND VICTORIA.

    Recurring to the subject of a free-labour bureau, we find some interesting information and statistics in the report for the year ending the 30th of June last of the Californian Labour and Employment ...

    Article : 964 words
  6. ADELAIDE.

    [Herald.]—Sales of wheat are reported at 4s. 6½d., but buyers are still holding off, as more is offering than can find purchasers. Wednesday. ...

    Article : 49 words
  7. THE ABOLITION OF PURCHASE.

    IT appears from the papers by the late mail that the Army Bill sent up from the Commons to the Lords was not "rejected " at all by the Lords, as some of the telegrams stated, and that ...

    Article : 980 words
  8. WEEKLY CALENDAR.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 157 words
  9. NEW ZEALAND.

    [Herald.]—The shares in the Caledonis gold mine have fallen to £130. Tookey shares are quoted at £33. The Budget was carried by 43 to 15. ...

    Article : 29 words
  10. MAITLAND AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD.

    The first idea that naturally suggests itself in connection with the word "Maitland" is "floods;" but I am happy to say that these have no connection at the present moment. On the contrary, Maitland in ...

    Article : 1,730 words
  11. GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR OCTOBER.

    KITCHEN GARDEN: Sow pe[?], French beans, celery, onions, turnips, p[?]kins, vegetable marrow, cucumber, lettuce, radish, endive, cabbage, brocc[?] Plant sweet potatoes, cap[?]cums, gartlik. [?] Earth up celery. At all times keep ...

    Article : 165 words
  12. The Maitland Mercury. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1871. THE NARROW-GAUGE RAILWAY QUESTION.

    WE drew attention some time ago to the fact that our neighbours in Victoria had, after much inquiry and consideration, resolved to give the narrow gauge system of railways a trial. And, ...

    Article : 1,409 words
  13. SUEZ MAIL EXTRACTS. VARIOUS ITEMS.

    As usual, the London correspondent of the Melbourne Argus puts several items of news in a clearer light than we have previously seen them. We extract the most interesting:— ...

    Article : 668 words
  14. ROBBERT AND ATTEMPTED RAPE.

    At the Bathurst police court, on Monday, Oct. 2, Cyrus Croucher, on remand, was brought up for burglariously entering the dwelling-house of William Brien, of Deep Creek. ...

    Article : 1,513 words
  15. LOCAL NEWS.

    THE SEASON IN NORTHERN QUEENSLAND.—A letter received in Maitland on Wednesday, dated Clermont, Peak Downs, Sept. l8, says:—"Our brief winter is about ended now. We have occasionally ...

    Article : 4,137 words
  16. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (From the Sydney Papers.) WOLLONGONG.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 36 words
  17. GOULBURN.

    [Herald.]—A meeting of the Meat Preserving Company was held to-day, at which it was determined to suspend operations temporarily. There was a fall of snow yesterday. ...

    Article : 29 words
  18. MELBOURNE.

    [Herald.]—A message was received in the Assembly, recommending a pension to the late Speaker. Sir Francis Murphy, and a gratuity to the widow of the late President of the Council. ...

    Article : 559 words
  19. REMITTANCES BY SETTLERS IN THE COLONIES.

    From the official returns it appears that in 1870, as in former years, the amount sent home by previous emigrants to their friends in the United Kingdom was very large, amounting to £727,408 from ...

    Article : 213 words
  20. POPULAR EDUCATION.

    The country is now settling to work under the Education Act of last year. The school board system has been adopted in all the chief towns, and already a population of more than 8,000,000 has been ...

    Article : 665 words
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