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  2. DESPERATE AFFRAY NEAR ECHUCA.

    On Sunday evening a brutal affair occurred at Wharparilla Station, which is distant some two miles from Echuca, the victim being a man named William Peacock, and his assailant a ru[?]an named Edward Dawson. From ...

    Article : 593 words
  3. WEST MAITLAND MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    A special meeting of this body was held yesterday afternoon. Present—Aldermen Vindin (in the chair), Wolstenholme, Mitchell, Wade, Gorrick. The minutes of the previous meeting were read end confirmed. ...

    Article : 1,858 words
  4. NEW ZEALAND.

    The principal interest of the news of this week centres in the progress of events at Wanganui. The report, very fully authenticated although it seemed, that Captain M'Donnell, of the native contingent, was killed at ...

    Article : 912 words
  5. AUCTIONEERS' GENERAL LICENSING MEETING.

    The annual auctioneers' general licensing meeting was held at the East Maitland court-house, on Tuesday. The bench, composed of Messrs. Day, Brunker, and Green, granted licenses to the following persons:— ...

    Article : 128 words
  6. SYNOD OF EASTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Synod of Eastern Australia met, awarding to appointment, on Tuesday, 6th November, in St. George' Church, Sydney. The following members were found t[?] be present, viz:—Rev. Colin R Greig, Moderator ...

    Article : 1,500 words
  7. LOCAL NEWS.

    BLIGHT IN FRUIT TREES.—We are deluged with queries from parties Buffering from this disease in its many forms —from insects of various species, as well as from bad drainage and other causes. We have published many ...

    Article : 3,323 words
  8. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

    Nov. 24.—Contest, barque, 224 tons, Leighton, from Wellington, N. Z. 24.—Alexandra, brig, 280 tons, Steven[?], from Auckland, N. Z. 24.—Rangoon, barque, Quayle, from Wellington, N. Z. ...

    Article : 156 words
  9. GENERAL NEWS.

    LAMENTABLE SUICIDE.—On Monday morning an attempt to commit suicide was made by a Mr. Bohm, who was here on a visit from Sydney. About 7 o'clock in the morning he was discovered by a gentleman residing in ...

    Article : 1,715 words
  10. SYDNEY SHIPPING.

    Nov. 24.—Illalong (s.), 300 tons, Captain Sullivan, from Clyde River, with 12 passengers. 24.— Tararun (s.), 800 tons, Captain Hagley, from Melbourne 21st instant, with 24 passengers. ...

    Article : 473 words
  11. LATEST NEWS.

    The Government has received a telegram from the gold commissioner at Weddin Diggings, stating they will furnish profitable employment for three or four years. Hundreds are arriving every hour ([?]) Good ...

    Article : 100 words
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