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  2. BINGERA.—JUMPING DIAMOND CLAIMS, &c., &c.

    Had war been declared between England and America, a more sensational heading to a correspondence than that which appears in a Tamworth contemporary, could not have been concocted relative to ...

    Article : 1,986 words
  3. OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    We are favored by Mr. B. Lee, jan., M.L.A., with the following official correspondence:— General Post Office, Sydney, 15th April, 1873. ...

    Article : 134 words
  4. COLONIAL MARKETS.

    COOLAH STOCK REPORT.—The following stock have passed here during the week:—April 15th: 2000 ewes (Mr. Wills) fur Sydney; 1921 wedders (Gilchrist, Watt, and Co.) for Sydney.— ...

    Article : 494 words
  5. NEWCASTLE MARKETS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 132 words
  6. LOCAL NEWS.

    SCHOOL OF ARTS.—On Wednesday evening a debate took place in the hall of the Maitland School of Arts; subject—"Is the immigiation policy of the Government right or wrong." There was a good ...

    Article : 1,253 words
  7. SYDNEY MARKETS.

    Stations.—On Wednesday next we shall offer by public auction the Oxford Downs station, Queensland, with 24,000 sheep; to this we would direct special attention. We sold this week by auction the ...

    Article : 391 words
  8. MAITLAND STOCK REPORTS.

    Stations.—No transactions concluded. Fat Cattle.—A full supply with a moderate demand caused sales in the early part of the week to pass off with languor; towards the close greater ...

    Article : 704 words
  9. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE SHIPPING.

    April 21.—Escort, barque, 616 tons, Carver, from Melbourne. 21.—Platypus (s.), from Sydney. 22.—You Yangs (s.), 450 tons, Clark, from Sydney. ...

    Article : 187 words
  10. BREWSTER AND TREBECK'S STOCK AND STATION REPORT.

    Stations.—There is a good demand for fattening cattle stations, and when any really good paying properties are placed in the market they sell readily at satisfactory prices. Sheep stations are saleable at ...

    Article : 147 words
  11. HENRY PRIESTLY AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 77 words
  12. MYLES M'RAE'S PRODUCE REPORT.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 235 words
  13. SYDNEY SHIPPING.

    April 22.—Kiama (s.), 200 tons, Captain Meany, from the Clyde and Ulladulla, with 29 passengers. 23.—Heron, schooner, 91 tons, Captain Boyle, from Maryborough 13th instant. ...

    Article : 618 words
  14. MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS.

    The half-yearly meeting of members of the Maitland School of Arts was held on Thursday evening. There was a fair attendance, and the President, the Rev. J. Benvie, occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 2,078 words
  15. MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT.

    The Court re-opened yesterday morning at East Maitland, before Mr. Justice Cheeke and juries of four. The barristers present were Sir William Manning, Mr. Darley, Mr. Windeyer, ...

    Article : 2,163 words
  16. R. N. SADLEAR'S REPORT.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 232 words
  17. MR. JAMES DODDS, JUN.'S, REPORT.

    Stations.—Cattle stations in favourite localities continue to find purchasers at excellent prices, more particularly those that are not likely to be selected upon. Sheep stations are not so much sought ...

    Article : 328 words
  18. MR. JOSEPH PALMER'S STOCK AND SHARE REPORT.

    Business continue very dull, the only stock which show any improvement being Carroll and Beards gold shares. Rapps have fallen further, sales having been made to-day as low as 17s 6d, but at that price ...

    Article : 930 words
  19. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MAITLAND MARKETS, &c.

    There is an increased activity to note this week in almost all branches of trade. A healthier tone is noticeable in the retail trade than has been known for a considerable time, and there is no likelihood of ...

    Article : 1,127 words
  20. MESSRS. WOLFE AND BADGERY'S REPORT.

    Stations.—We have seen records of several sales during the week, and see no difficulty in placing good sheep and cattle runs at satisfactory figures. We are treating now for a large property, and hope ...

    Article : 465 words
  21. LATEST Through Telegrams FROM ENGLAND.

    A terrible riot has occurred at Frankfort, because the price of beer has been raised. Sixteen breweries were sacked; the troops killed twelve rioters, wounded thirty-seven, and arrested one hundred and ...

    Article : 56 words
  22. THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION.

    The show of poultry has been materially marred by the domestic affliction which has occurred in the family of a gentleman who was one of the largest exhibitors. Owing to this desertion the coops showed ...

    Article : 407 words
  23. LATEST NEWS.

    The Governor prorogued Parliament at noon to-day. His Excellency assented to a number of billa, including the Abolition of Tonnage Dues Bill. ...

    Article : 196 words
  24. MR. M. MOORE'S REPORT.

    Hay.—Large supplies of hay to hand, but the inquiry is very limited. Quotations rule at from 30s to 85s for lucerne, and from £3 10s to £4 15s for good oaten. ...

    Article : 198 words
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