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  2. WEEKLY CALENDAR.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 33 words
  3. IMPROVED COMMUNICATION WITH GRAFTON.

    Pursuant to notice, a public meeting was held in the Armidale Court-house, shortly after noon on Tuesday, for the purpose of urging upon the Government the necessity of surveying and ...

    Article : 531 words
  4. CALIFORNIA.

    [Herald]—By Californian advices to 19th April we learn that the Lonisa Kohn, and Berengaria were loading for Sydney; the Amazan and Mary Hicks, for Melbourne. —Breadstuffs bad declined—wheat 1 dollar 70 cents. to ...

    Article : 176 words
  5. GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR JUNE.

    KITCHEN GARDEN, Sow peas, beans, spinach, cauliflower radish, parsley, onions, lettuce, mustard, cress, asparagus, rhubarb, &c. Draw the earth lightly round the stems of such young plants as are risen above the ground, such as beans, &c. Plant ...

    Article : 178 words
  6. The Maitland Mercury.

    Mr. GLADSTONE was entertained, a short time before the mail left England, at a banquet given by the Lancashire Liberal Legislation Society. Of course he made a speech; and it will also be ...

    Article : 1,491 words
  7. VALPARAISO.

    [Herald.]—Sailed: Ellen Southard, for Sydney.—The vessels ready for sea were, Elm Castle, Uraguay, for Sydney; Glen Coya, for Melbourne.—Loading: Trossache, and Ottolina for Melbourne; Pampero, Maria, Sophia, and ...

    Article : 38 words
  8. QUEENSCLIFF.

    [Herald.]—Arrived.—Jane, Janet Stewart, from Newcastle; Carl, Danish brig, from Conception.—Sailed: Pet, for Newcastle. ...

    Article : 22 words
  9. ADELAIDE.

    [Herald]—The banquet at the opening of the Town ball last evening, was a complete success. The Governor and nine hundred guests were present by invitation. The gallery was crowded with ladies, and the illuminations ...

    Article : 378 words
  10. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.

    [Herald.]—On Monday evening last the house of Mr. Piper, senior, a farmer, was stu[?]k up by two armed men, with their faces concealed by black crape. They took a few pounds in money, besides rations and clothing. The ...

    Article : 55 words
  11. DUBBO.

    [Herald.]—One hundred and fifty miners are now said to be on the new diggings. Gold is found in almost every shaft Workmen are leaving Dubbo hourly. Sinkings are from fifteen feet upwards. The scarcity of ...

    Article : 47 words
  12. ARALUEN.

    [Herald.]— A meeting was held at Thomas's Hotel, last night, to form a Mining Joint Stock Company. The prospe[?]ns offers two thousand —1 shares, six hundred of which have already been taken up. There were about ...

    Article : 64 words
  13. WATER SUPPLY FOR SMALL TOWNS.

    Mr. Montague Beale, a gentleman who visited this colony some time ago, in the interest of Messrs. Ransome and Sims of Ipswich, has sent to The Engineer a description of the water works lately constructed for the supply ...

    Article : 547 words
  14. GRAFTON.

    [Herald.]—The Agnes Irving (s.) arrived at 8 o'clock to-night. She was detained forty hours at Port Stephens. She will leave for Sydney on Saturday with cattle.— The barque Mary Lawson, which left Sydney on the 6th ...

    Article : 178 words
  15. TOOWOOMBA.

    [Empire.]—The annual meeting of the Darling Downs Jockey Club has been highly successful this year. The Great Southern and Western Railway Plate was won by Tal Tal. The Town Plate: Nonsuch, first; Premier, ...

    Article : 51 words
  16. BRISBANE.

    [Empire.]—The Government is favourably disposed towards the continuation of the Torres Straits mail service. The date for the receipt of tenders has been postponed to the 5th July.—The Cawarra arrived ...

    Article : 90 words
  17. BATHURST.

    [Herald.]—A case on[?]behalf of the ratepayers who ignore the existence of the Municipal Council, upon the ground that three aldermen should have been elected for each ward, at the first election after the division of the ...

    Article : 96 words
  18. SINGLETON QUARTER SESSIONS.

    William Holland, who on the previous day had been convicted of uttering a cheque knowing it to be forged, was sentenced to two years' imprisonment in Maitland gaol, with hard labour. ...

    Article : 509 words
  19. WELLINGTON.

    [Herald]—A rush has taken place to Spicer's Creek, twelve miles from here; deep sinking and alluvial diggings. Most favourable accounts have been received. ...

    Article : 29 words
  20. MELBOURNE.

    [Herald.]—Beaney's trial proceeds very slowly. A subscription is proposed to assist the accused.—Considerable rain has fallen on the Upper Murray, and the river is rising.—The Chamber of Commerce has ...

    Article : 668 words
  21. LOCAL NEWS.

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

    Article : 3,995 words
  22. SINGLETON DISTRICT COURT.

    This court was opened on Saturday, after the termination of the Court of Quarter Sessions. A number of undefended cases were first disposed of, and there being only three defended cases, the whole business of the court ...

    Article : 109 words
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