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  2. S[?] Death of Mr. C. O'Sullivan, at Hinton.

    The coroner, Mr. T. W. Pearse, J.P., held an inquest at the Victoria Hotel, Hinton, on Tuesday afternoon, August 3, on the body of Mr. Cornelius O'Sullivan, Public, school teacher of that town, who died ...

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    In the Assembly, Mr. Fitzpatrick withdrew his announced resolutions respecting the privileges of members of Parliament, in consequence of the subject being already ...

    Article : 111 words
  4. Maitland Amateur Athletic Club.

    The following are the entries for the various events in the programme of sports advertised to take place on the Albion Ground, on Saturday, the 14th instant. ...

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    In the Assembly, Mr. Taylor moved his motion for the adjournment of the House from this evening until Monday next, in consequence of the O'Connell Centenary ...

    Article : 94 words
  6. SYDNEY.

    Ten Philadelphia Commissioners have offered a prize of fifty guineas for the best essay on the progress and resources of this colony. The captain of the ship Result has appeared before ...

    Article : 367 words
  7. DUBBO.

    THE CASTLEBEAGH.—A friend writing on Saturday last, says:—"The weather is all that one could wish. Warm sunny days, cold and slightly frosty nights, with occasional rainfalls. Grass and herbage ...

    Article : 204 words
  8. Latest Telegrams.

    A disastrous fire occurred at midnight last night. The premises of Messrs. Lane, Chester, and Co., in Lower George-street, were burnt, and gutted, with loss of £10,000 worth of goods, only partially ...

    Article : 58 words
  9. Tin Mining.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 189 words

    To the Legislative Council, Mr. Samuel said the first boat under the new Pacific mail contract will leave Son Francisco in November. ...

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    Two Chinamen who had left the Palmer diggings with eight horses, £100 in notes, and £60 worth of gold in their possession, have been found murdered near Sandy Creek. ...

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    Aug 2.—James Inglis, of Gulgong, miner and puddler. Liabilities, £260 8s. 6d. Assets, £6. Mr. Humphery, official assignee. 2.—Charles Bunn, of Wallsend, miner. Liabilities, ...

    Article : 38 words

    In the Legislative Assembly, the Premier stated that be had asked the Governor to grant a dissolution of Parliament, but the Governor declined to accede to the request. ...

    Article : 150 words
  14. Advertising

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    Advertising : 86 words
  15. Morpeth Borough Council.

    The usual fortnightly meeting of t is Council was held in the chamber, Morpeth School of Arts, on Tuesday afternoon. There were present: The Mayor, Aldermen Nainby, W. Keating, Jones, Haydon, Ling, ...

    Article : 2,217 words
  16. Supreme Court.

    Jury: Messrs. Richard Eastway, John Edgley, William Eveleigh, and Frederick Ebsworth. Mr. Butler, Q.C., Mr. Dalley, and Mr. Salomons, instructed by Messrs. Daintrey and Chapman, ...

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    ADDITIONAL OMNIBUSES.—Few things give more of a town-life air to a provincial town than the running of 'busses and cabs about the streets pretty frequently. Latterly a striking advance in this ...

    Article : 2,971 words
  18. FIJI.

    The case Regina v. Brodziak and Evans, arising out of the labor trade, has been before the Fiji court. The jury found the evidence conflicting, and therefore gave the prisoners the benefit of the doubt, and ...

    Article : 42 words
  19. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,421 words

    In the Assembly, Mr. Burns, in answer to Mr. Scholey, said the claim of Mr. Baker, late postmaster of Singleton, appeared to present exceptional features, and would ...

    Article : 124 words

    The Victorian Ministry have resigned. The Acting-Governor refused to consent to a dissolution of Parliament until the power of the Houses to produce another Ministry had been tested. ...

    Article : 105 words

    On Monday night, at half-past eight, the steam-tug Rapid, which was towing the borque Sarah Ann up the river towards the shoots, came into violent collision with the Southland, that was lying west of the ...

    Article : 657 words

    Telegrams from Queensland state that relies of the Leichardt party have been discovered with the human remains found on the Barcoo. A telegram has reached Brisbane that two ...

    Article : 45 words
  24. SYDNEY.

    Further particulars have been received respecting tbe barque Forget-me-not. The captain and a portion of the crew landed at Wollongong to obtain provisions. They were unable ...

    Article : 89 words



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