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  2. WEEKLY CALENDAR

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 68 words
  3. NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT.

    Mr. W. FOBSTEB laid on the table of the House an agreement relative to interest paid on deposits by the Bank of New South Wales. Mr. ROBERTSON laid on the table of the House ...

    Article : 1,561 words
  4. CRICKET.

    On Saturday,8th, a game of cricket was played at Woodville, between eleven players from the Star Cricket Club of Largs, and a combined eleven from Woodville, Iona, and surrounding districts, including ...

    Article : 431 words
  5. NEW TIME TABLE FOR THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 364 words
  6. GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR MAY.

    KITCHEN GARDEN: Sow broad beans, peas, onions, cab b[?]ages, radianes, lettuce, and spinach. Transplant borse radish, eschalots, rhubarb, asparagus, leeka, and all culinary herbs nive oibbages and onions for seed. Trench and manure new ...

    Article : 179 words
  7. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Some at our correspondents, who send us reports of cricket matches, poetry, arid other letters intended for publication, forget to enclose their name as guarantee for authenticity of contenta. We are obliged to put such letters in the ...

    Article : 115 words
  8. The Maitland Mercury.

    ALTHOUGH Mr. Robertson was cool in the matter of aiding the colony to be represented at the Philadelphia exhibition next year, and although Sir James Martin, the President of the ...

    Article : 757 words
  9. The New Time Tables.

    Elsewheie, by the prompt attention of Greville's Telegram Company, we are enabled to give an early copy of the new railway time-table for the Northern railway—from the mountains to the sea—as far as it ...

    Article : 594 words
  10. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR,—Mr. Garrett's Bill for the amendment of the Land Act is being freely criticised by tho public press of the country, and will be well pulled to pieces before the representative wisdom of the ...

    Article : 1,161 words
  11. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE

    [Herald.]—The following handicaps have been issued for the events named to come off at the Parkes races:- Jockey Club Handicap.—Gratis, 8 st. 12 lbs.; ...

    Article : 164 words
  12. QUEENSCLIFF.

    [Herald.]—Arrived.—Tamar (s.), from Launceston; at 5 p.m., You Yangs (s.), from Sydney. Sailed.—Tewksbury L. Sweat, American barque, from Newcastle, at 6 p.m., City of Adelaide (s.), ...

    Article : 40 words
  13. HINTON v. LARGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 316 words
  14. ADELAIDE.

    [Herald.]—The bricKmakers, who have been receiving 11s. per thousand, have struck for 14s. The employers offer an advance of 2s., which it is likely will be accepted. ...

    Article : 243 words
  15. BEGA.

    [Herald.]—A murderous assault was committed on Sunday evening by an aboriginal named M'Gratb, on Sirs. Murphy, an elderly female, at Warragubra, four miles out, while the husband was absent at church in ...

    Article : 93 words
  16. QUEANBEYAN.

    [Herald.]—A large and influential meeting was held in the Court-bouse on Saturday afternoon, for the purpose of petitioning the Government for a bridge over the Molonglo River, to faciliate ...

    Article : 52 words
  17. WAGGA WAGGA.

    [Herald.]—The Murrumbidgee Turf Club programme for thisyear is out. £3000 of added money will be given. The Wagga cup amounts' to £600; the Town plate to £300; and tbe Grand Stand stakes ...

    Article : 75 words
  18. YESTERDAY'S SYDNEY NEWS.

    By rail yesterday, we received the Herald of the morning. The Telegraphic news from Bathurst tells of snow Btorms and cold weather.—The new rush at Forbes ...

    Article : 282 words
  19. Upper Sunter Eleotion.

    Mr. A. S. Hamiltou addressed a very large and influential meeting of the electors on Munday evening, at the School of Arts, Muscle Brook, aud was remarkably well received, the audience, at the ...

    Article : 291 words
  20. WEST KEMPSEY.

    [Echo.]—The body of Mr. B, J. Robynson, solicitor, who was drowned last week, wss not recovered until this morning. An inquest is being held to-day. ...

    Article : 30 words
  21. GULGONG.

    [Evening News.]—The escort left this morning with 1632 oz. 22 grs. of gold. Only one bank forwarded gold, otherwise the quantity would have bann considerably larger. ...

    Article : 33 words
  22. BRISBANE.

    [Herald.]—Mr. Grayson, an ex-alderman, was sent to gaol for three months, hating failed to pay a fine of £76 for a breach of the municipal laws. The escort left Georgetown for Cardwell with over ...

    Article : 99 words
  23. GRESFORD v. ECCLESTON.

    The concluding match of the season between these clubs was played at Gresford on the 15th inst. and resulted in a very easy victory for Gresford, ia one innings, with 36 runs to spare. It is but fair to ...

    Article : 590 words
  24. COOKTOWN.

    [Evening News.]—The Namoi and Adria steamers left for Hongkong yesterday, taking eighty CniniM, who had gold and specie. The steamers eler[?]d at the Customs with £9792 sterling on board. ...

    Article : 117 words
  25. Philadelphia and Melbourne Exhibition Commission.

    The members of the Philadelphia and Melbourne Exhibition Commission met in the Board-room of the Free Public Library, on Saturday. The president (his Honor, Sir James Martin, C.J.) ...

    Article : 265 words
  26. Stools Movements and State of the Country in Queensland.

    April 28.—Little to report in stock movements Last advices per Cunnamulla mail, two days overdue, state raining heavily out to the westward Paroo, Bulloo, and Wilson. I suppose the floods ...

    Article : 217 words
  27. Later Neva from Europe.

    The Northumberland brings four days' later news. The Daily Telegraph announces, by authority, that his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales will visit India at the close of the year, and leave England for ...

    Article : 187 words
  28. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS.

    May 17.—John Mathew Noone, of Gillenbah, storekeeper, on petition and affidavit. Schedule and statement to be filed on or before May 27. Mr. Sandeman, official assignee. ...

    Article : 418 words
  29. MELBOURNE.

    [Evening News.]—A woman named Prior died it Carlton yesterday under very suspicions circumstances. The police interfered, and her husband has been arrested charged with poisoning her. The ...

    Article : 991 words
  30. TAROOM.

    [?] weather for the past few weeks has very changeable; in fact, although we have only been visited by one1 continuous heavy rain, it has been a subject of remark that quite as much rain has ...

    Article : 115 words
  31. Wreoks at New Zealand.

    By telegram received on Monday from Melbourne, we learn that very heavy gales have occurred at Timaru. The Otago papers of the 10th instant report that the ship Cyrene, from San Francisco, ...

    Article : 246 words
  32. The Champion Foot-race on Saturday.

    Our readers are aware that the foot-race for £250 aside, 200 yards distance, between James M. Watson, of Victoria, ond Robert Fletcher Watson, of West Maitland (formerly of Scone), comes off on the ...

    Article : 253 words
  33. Tuesday, May l8, 1875,

    In answer to questions, Ministers said there were seventeen boys on board the Vernon over the age of fourteen years,two of whom had been apprenticed, the rest being ineligible, and there were 132 applicants ...

    Article : 811 words
  34. TAMBO.

    April 18.—On Friday evening it commenced raining as if never to leave off again. The river overflowed, and was some six or seven feet deep on the Flats; it has gone down a little since then, but is still ...

    Article : 316 words
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