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  2. The Maitland Mercury.

    THE miners at Newcastle are taking a course that will justly, if persisted in, deprive them of all sympathy or support. As it appears to us, they took an unwise step at the beginning of ...

    Article : 1,377 words
  3. THE ENGLISH NEWS. By Direct Telegrams.

    The Observer states that Count Schouwaloff, Secretary to the Embassy at St. Petersburg, is negotiating for the marriage of an English Prince with the daughter of the Czar. ...

    Article : 56 words
  4. BENDEMEER TIN MINES.

    No work—consequently no news—all idle; same old cry—no surveyor. Mr. Hinsch (Giant's Den), is discharging his men, preparatory to going to Sydney. ...

    Article : 164 words
  5. FUNERAL OF NAPOLEON III.

    M. Thiers will not permit the Bonapartists to make any demonstrations at the funeral of Napoleon III. This determination has been arrived at on the assumption that the occasion might be made a pretext for ...

    Article : 122 words
  6. THE INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB AND THE BLIND.

    On Thursday evening a meeting to advocate the claims of the New South Wales Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind was held in the hall of the School of Arts, West Maitland. The Mayor ...

    Article : 2,408 words
  7. MONETARY.

    Consols, 92?. ...

    Article : 6 words
  8. LAUNCESTON.

    [Herald].—A company is being formed to work Piper's River slate quarries. Hellyer tin ore has been assayed, and the samples yielded 62 per cent of metal. ...

    Article : 40 words
  9. THE LATE EMPEROR NAPOLEON.

    A large force of policemen has been sent to Chiselhurst to prevent disturbances. A body of Frenchmen sang "The Marseillaise" before Camden House. ...

    Article : 41 words
  10. ADELAIDE.

    [Herald].—The Strathmore, from Port Darwin, with fifty passengers, has now been eight weeks out. The friends of the passengers are getting anxious. ...

    Article : 168 words
  11. THE BONAPARTIST PRESS.

    A deputation has waited on the Government urging that it should not longer tolerate the violence of the Bonapartist Press. ...

    Article : 26 words
  12. ITALY.

    The Italian Court is in mourning in consequence of the death of the ex-Emperor Napoleon. ...

    Article : 19 words
  13. WEST MAITLAND VOLUNTEER RIFLES.

    The annual meeting of the members of this Company was held on Thursday evening, after parade. The muster-roll showed an attendance of 104 men of all ranks, including four officers and six sergeants. ...

    Article : 2,632 words
  14. RUSSIAN EXPEDITION TO KHIVA.

    The Times states that Count Schouwaloff has explained the character of the Russian expedition to Khiva. According to this explanation the expedition sent to Khiva resembles the late Abyssinian ...

    Article : 74 words
  15. THE MALT DUTY.

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer (the Hon R. Lowe) has declared that at the present time the abolition of the malt duty is impossible, and that there is no reason to expect that there will be next ...

    Article : 48 words
  16. MINING NEWS. MINING SHARE MARKET.

    We have to report a further decrease in the demand for shares. In gold the business of Tuesday was lighter than it had been for months. Browns at 14s 9d to 15s, Beyers and Holtermanns at 69s, and ...

    Article : 663 words
  17. COAL AND IRON.

    Coal and iron are advancing in price in consequence of a strike of miners in Wales. ...

    Article : 23 words
  18. SHIPPING.

    ARRIVED.—Turkish Empire, from Melbourne. ...

    Article : 8 words
  19. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (From the "Herald's" Associated Presa Telegrams, and from other Sydney papers.) DUBBO.

    [Evening News.]—A large meeting was held here last evening to protest against the action of the Government in refusing to proclaim Dubbo as an assize town. The Mayor took the chair, and several ...

    Article : 76 words
  20. GULGONG.

    [Evening News.]—The escort takes down 294 oz. 17 dwts. of gold, and £1028 in cash. A miner named John Jones, a native of Maitland, was killed in the drive of No. 5, Home Rule, on ...

    Article : 40 words
  21. BRISBANE.

    [Herald.]—204 tons 5 cwt, of stone from the South Monkland, Gympie, yielded 2425 ounces. Messrs. Lamb, Parbury, and Co., have completed the purchase of the Commercial Wharf, Queen-street, ...

    Article : 170 words
  22. MONSTER MEETING OF THE NEWCASTLE MINERS.

    On Thursday one of the largest gatherings of the mining community, ever assembled in the Newcastle, district, met on the hill near the gasworks at Honeysuckle Point, for the purpose of considering the ...

    Article : 2,881 words
  23. MELBOURNE.

    [Herald].—A large number of Denominational schools have sent in their adhesion to the new education system. There were over 70 applications for the office of inspectors. ...

    Article : 1,093 words
  24. MINING.

    Rebecca G M. Co., Wattle Flat.—The mining manager, under date the 9th inst. reports as follows: —"We are pushing on with the work with good speed. The stone is changing very much in ...

    Article : 2,885 words
  25. CHEAP EXCURSION TRAINS ON ANNIVERSARY DAY.

    The following official letter has been handed to us for publication:— "Department of Public Works, "Railway Branch, ...

    Article : 320 words
  26. YIELD OF THE TIN MINES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 112 words
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