IN referring some time ago to the prospect of fresh legislation for the purpose of putting down bushrauging, we remarked that it would be a dangerous experiment to tamper with laws ...Article : 1,660 words
We continue our extracts of the interesting news brought by the mail steamer Bombay. THE MURDLR IN THE PLAISTOW MARSHES. (From the Home News, January 26.) ...Article : 1,563 words
Monday evening.—Mr. Goods, of Araluen, was fired on at Irishtown yesterday, having been mistaken for one of Hall's gang. It appears Mr. Goods lost his way in the bush. ...Article : 342 words
It is stated that as a counter move to the Suez Canal, when it is made, England has already obtained a large slice of territory in the north of Zanzibar. The revenue accounts for the year and quarter ending ...Article : 5,646 words
We have not yet received our copy of the estimates but no find in the mail summary of the Herald of Tuesday the following summary of them:— The Treasurer laid upon the table of the Legislative ...Article : 804 words
A grand political meeting has been held in the Dublin Rotanda, altended by members of the higher Roman Catholic clergy and a good many influential gentlemen, but only two members of Parliament. The most ...Article : 958 words
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The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), Thu 23 Mar 1865, Page 2
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