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  2. LOCAL NEWS.

    EXPORTS FROM THE DISTRICT DURING THE WEEK.— The following is an abstract of the exports, from the manitests ofthe steamers and coasters, of the principal produce (exclusive of wool and tallow) received coastwise in Sydney, from the ...

    Article : 3,336 words
  3. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR—The reappearance in the cerulean vault of our hemisphere of the nobulous phenomenon to which the name of comet has been given, his excited some fears among our naive neighbours, whose limited knowledge ...

    Article : 1,108 words
  4. TENTERFIELD.

    One of the most violent and terrific hailstorms, accompanied with thunder and lightning, ever known in Tenterfield, commonly named a "southerly buster," occured here on Thrusday, 26th instant. It commenced about ...

    Article : 319 words
  5. NEW ZEALAND.

    By way of Newcastle we have Auckland papers to the 21st ultimo, per the Rita and Kate Waters. The Southern Cross of that date states that Captain Sullivan, of the schooner Zillah, which arrived from ...

    Article : 945 words
  6. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    Feb. 1.—Oregon, American barque, 390 tons, Wilson, from Auckland, N.Z. 1.—Mandarin, barque, 333 tons, Stevens, from Auckland, N.Z. ...

    Article : 322 words
  7. SINGLETON.

    One of the carriages in the down train on Wednesday evening slipped off the line at Branxton, through the rail points not being properly set. The train, which was going slowly at the time, was immediately stopped, and ...

    Article : 228 words
  8. NEWCASTLE.

    The plant, rolling stock, &c, of the Minmi Colliery were sold in pursuance of a judgment of the Supreme Court, on Monday last. The whole was knocked down to Mr. Farthing, of Anvil Greek colliery, for the sum of ...

    Article : 530 words
  9. DISTRICT NEWS.

    Although a constant nnd careful reader of the Mercury, I have not since the memorable floods of last year observed a single line respecting this place. True it is, that during that fearful time some individual rejoining ...

    Article : 509 words
  10. SYDNEY SHIPPING.

    Feb 2.—Derwent, brig, 140 tons, Captain Champion, from Adelaide 12th ultimo. 2.—Emily Alison, schooner 138 tons, Captain Riley, from Nelson 15th ultimo, in ballast, with 2 passengers. ...

    Article : 914 words
  11. LATEST COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 166 words
  12. GENERAL NEWS.

    THE MILITARY.—We understand that Colonel Kempt has received orders to join his regiment in New Zealand, and that a Field Officer will succeed him in the command of the forces in this colony. It is not intended to send to ...

    Article : 760 words
  13. MUDGEE.

    ACCIDENT.—Yesterday evening Mr. Dickson had occasion to cross the Burrundulla Greek near Tarrant's, close to the Mudgee River, which were both very much swollen by the heavy thunder showers that had fallen the ...

    Article : 223 words
  14. MURRURUNDI.

    POLICE OFFICE.—A man named Pitchford, was charged with using disgusting and abosive language in a public place. Fined £1, or a week in gaol. It is a pity this fellow could not have had twenty-five lashes with the ...

    Article : 297 words
  15. COLONIAL MARKETS.

    DENILIQUIN STOCK REPORT, January 27.—Another week and no rain but more bush fires. The grass in many paris is So long and dry as to defy any attempt to stay the progress of the fires Whilst away from the roads there is this luxuriant ...

    Article : 1,489 words
  16. MORT AND CO.'S WEEKLY PRODUCE CIRCULAR.

    Wool.—At the commencement of the weekly sales on Thursday, there was a very small attendance, and the biddings were consequently slack. Subsequently, however, there was a fuller attendance of buyers and others connected with the trade than ...

    Article : 2,827 words
  17. LATEST NEWS.

    Hall's gang were in the vicinity of Berrima all yesterday, and the inhabitants placed their valuables in the gaol. A number armed to resist attack. Flour easier. ...

    Article : 67 words
  18. NEW ENGLAND.

    The weather continued but a rapid succession of thunderstorms and heavyshowers of rain until Tuesday night. A thunderstorm on Tuesday afternoon was one of the heaviest of the season. Yesterday the dust was flying ...

    Article : 348 words
  19. BENDEMEER.

    Thursday being a general holiday everywhere, of course it was kept as such at Bendemeer. The cricket match between eleven of the New England Cricket Club and Salisbury Cricket Club came off ...

    Article : 327 words
  20. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 68 words
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