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  2. DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR VARIOUS CORRESPONDENTS.] PATERSON.

    CRICKET MATCH.—PATERSON v. GRESFORD.— On Saturday last a highly interesting and closely contested match at cricket, was played at Gresford, between eleven members of the Paterson town ...

    Article : 1,142 words
  3. GENERAL NEWS.

    The poor man Edwards, who was lost at Wingecarribee on the 15th November, had not been found up to the 1st inst, although diligent search had been made for ten or eleven ...

    Article : 3,889 words
  4. FOYBROO[?].

    Since my last to you the whole of this side of the district has been completely blackened by fire. I cannot imagine what the settlers will do in this district with their stock. It is a great pity the person ...

    Article : 333 words
  5. THE DEVONS OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Of all the breeds of cattle which have from time to time been introduced into the colonies, not one has come in for a greater share of hard words than the Devons. They were naturally ...

    Article : 1,388 words
  6. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR—The chief topic of discussion is the Land Bill, and those who anticipated a reform by the introduction of this now measure are most egregiously disappointed. From time ...

    Article : 1,551 words
  7. NEWCASTLE.

    Without formal opening of any kind, without fuss of any description, the Newcastle Borough Market has been opened. On Thursday last the leases of the various stalls, for the period ending 5th February ...

    Article : 1,005 words
  8. GRESFORD.

    Our friends of the Roman Catholic Church resident in this district have long felt the necessity of securing the more frequent services of a clergyman, and the recent arrangement made by the Bishop of ...

    Article : 202 words
  9. SINGLETON.

    ILLEGALLY ON PREMISES.—John Jackson, an aboriginal, was charged with being illegally on the premises of John Jones. Constable Malarkey deposed to the arrest of the prisoner on the evening of ...

    Article : 1,484 words
  10. LATEST NEWS.

    The Assembly has at last turned its attention in all seriousness to the consideration of the new railway charges. Mr. Macleay's motion, affirming that the charges in many instances are excessive, and ...

    Article : 548 words
  11. THE MANNING.

    The wheat harvest may now be considered nearly, if not quite over, and we are happy to be enabled to report that upon the whole it has been a favorable one, averaging 20 bushels to the acre, throughout ...

    Article : 195 words
  12. (From our Telegraphic Correspondents.) SYDNEY.

    The Supreme Court has decided that the mining regulations only apply to the proclaimed gold-fields. Mr. M. H. Stephen has resigned his seat for Mudgee. Mr. Parkes is likely to be a candidate. ...

    Article : 152 words
  13. THE MACLEAY.

    ACCIDENT TO MR. M'CARTHY, P.M.—On Tuesday last, as Mr. M'Carthy and Mr. Story were returning from the Bellinger, the horse ridden by the former gentleman fell, and its rider was thrown with ...

    Article : 286 words
  14. MELBOURNE.

    Messrs. Dalmahoy Campbell and Co. report:—1300 cattle and 33,000 sheep for the week's supply. The former advanced 5s. to 10s. per head, and the latter 6d. on best qualities only. Middling sorts slightly ...

    Article : 39 words
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  16. DUBBO.

    BURNING IN EFFIGY THE MEMBER FOR THE DISTRICT.—The popular discontent here, at the placing of a toll on the Dubbo Bridge, has been greater than ever we remember it. It culminated on ...

    Article : 528 words
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