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  2. DUNGOG.

    Rain worth mentioning has come at last. It set in at about three o'clock this afternoon, and is falling now (eleven.) It has not been heavy or constant all the while, but it is likely to continue, as the wind is ...

    Article : 1,338 words
  3. TAMWORTH ASSIZES.

    The Tamworth Circuit Court epened on Monday morning before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke. The only barrister attending was Mr. W. J. Foster, who prosecuted for the Crown, and an application was ...

    Article : 1,074 words
  4. MERRIWA.

    On the evening of Wednesday, the 4th instant an excellent lecture on "Life Assurance" was delivered, in the Court House, by Mr. Jno. C. Gooch. The chair waa occupied on the occasion by H. O. Howitt, Esq. ...

    Article : 597 words
  5. MESSRS. IRWIN AND CO.'S REPORT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 512 words
  6. WALGETT.

    The past week has been an active one in a business sense. The appraisements brought in most of the squatters in and around this district. The rentals which are intended to represent the ...

    Article : 1,507 words
  7. MORT AND CO.'S WEEKLY PRODUCE CIRCULAR.

    Wool.—We have much to report this week. Wool is coming in ratner slowly, and the hopes that were entertained of an early season ore scarcely likely to be realised A few bales of the washed wool of the ...

    Article : 1,007 words
  8. SINGLETON

    PATRICK'S PLAINS JOCKEY CLUB.—The first meeting of the members of this club took place at the Royal Hotel, Singleton, on Saturday evening. Owing to the unfavourable state of the weather the ...

    Article : 1,099 words
  9. GENERAL NEWS.

    FATAL ACCIDENT IN MOUNT KEIRA MINE.—A very sad occident, which resulted in the death of a man named John Coombes, happened in the Mount Keira mine, yesterday. It appeirs the ...

    Article : 855 words
  10. LATEST NEWS.

    There has been a steady downpour since yesterday, and there is at present but little prospect of the return of fine weather for some time hence. Heavy gales still prevail on the Southern coast, but it ...

    Article : 530 words
  11. THE CLARENCE AND RICHMOND.

    Agitation is proceeding in Grafton respecting the threatened removal of the dredge Fitzroy from the Clarence River. The Examiner says:—Last week a monster ...

    Article : 551 words
  12. HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN'S STOCK AND STATION REPORT.

    Wool.—311 bales offered, 259 sold The whole, of the sales went off with good spirit, any important lots bringing top figures, greasy wools being eagerly caught up at full rates. Fleece realised 14¼d to ...

    Article : 524 words
  13. (From our Telegraphic Correspondents.) SIDNEY.

    Mr. M McRae reports by telegram:—"Sold green hay to-day at —5 per ton." Monday evening, received 9.0 The steamer Blackbird put into Eden with decks ...

    Article : 1,526 words
  14. (To the Editor of the maitland Mercury.)

    SIR,—In your last Saturday's local news, under head "Case withdrawn," the Police Magistrate states his objection to hearing the case, because he understood that Messrs. Close and Crawford, resident ...

    Article : 191 words
  15. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MAMKETS. MR. JOHN A. TURNERS PRODUCE RKPORT.

    Wool.—The competition at the sales of this week shows great briskness in our staple, Tins is in part due to the presence of buyers for American account, who are disposed to operate freely, but there is also ...

    Article : 581 words
  16. COLONIAL MARKETS.

    MUDGEE STOCK REPORT.—Messrs. Crossing and Cox report in the Western Post:—Fat Cattle: The supply has been, with some few exceptions, of from medium, to prime quality; for the latter full rates ...

    Article : 1,473 words
  17. COMMERCIAL REVIEW.

    THE EXPORT MARKETS.—The presence of seven American buyers in the Australian market has caused a stir amongst the wool trade, and promises to create a greater demand for greasy. One of these ...

    Article : 2,259 words
  18. NEWCASTLE.

    ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST DETACHMENT OF LUNATICS.—By the Thetis, which came into port yesterday evening, arrived the first detachment of harmless lunatics, fifty strong. The patients were ...

    Article : 1,453 words
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