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  2. LATEST INTELLIGENCE, [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] GRAFTON.

    COMMISSARI, an Italian farmer, well-known as successful digger at Solferino, committed suicide by cutting his throat. Myers, a carter, was killed during a row, on ...

    Article : 92 words
  3. WATER FAMINE IN MELBOURNE.

    THE water in the Preston service reservoir was exhausted this morning, in consequence of the unprecedented consumption. In the meantime, most strenuous efforts are being made to repair the damage ...

    Article : 103 words
  4. OUR AUCKLAND (N. Z.) LETTER.

    THE past month has been barren of events of any great political importance. Sir George Grey is at present making a Ministeral "progress" in the Middle Island where he has been well received. His ...

    Article : 2,646 words
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    NEW SOUTH WALES RIFLE ASSOCIATION.—The following is the text of a letter received by the secretary yesterday:—"New York, February S, 1378.—' Mr. W. F[?]skett. Secretan New South Wales Rifle ...

    Article : 4,893 words
  6. THE ACCIDENT TO THE CHIMBORAZO.

    The following is the latest report from the Chimborazo. The Woniora and Corea steamers are alongside lightering the fore part of the ship by receiving the cargo, especially the iron; and the diver, Mr. ...

    Article : 125 words
  7. GULGONG.

    A youth named William Sanford, residing at Cobbora, fell from a tree yesterday, breaking his thigh and both arms. He had to be brought thirty miles to the hospital. ...

    Article : 52 words
  8. GUNNEDAH.

    Mr. Peter O'Rourke, a well-knwn and highly-respected resident, died suddenly this afternoon. ...

    Article : 16 words
  9. SYDNEY DIOCESAN EDUCATIONAL AND BOOK SOCIETY.

    THE annual meeting of the Sydney Diocesan Educational and Book Society was last night held in the Church Society's House Phillip-street, the Very Rev. the Vicar-General in the chair. After prayers, offered by the Rev. ...

    Article : 1,751 words
  10. BRISBANE.

    To-day was observed as a general holiday, and the excursions in the bay were crowded. The Japanese war vessel Tsukaba sails for Sydney at daylight to-morrow. ...

    Article : 38 words
  11. MELBOURNE.

    The floods are rapidly receding. The damage has been considerable. A quantity of goods stored in the buildings on the south bank of the Yarra was destroyed; and up the river the gardens suffered ...

    Article : 109 words
  12. QUEENSCLIFF.

    ARRIVED.—11 a.m., You Yangs (s.), from Sydney. SAILED.—Florinda, schooner, for Sydney; Vivid, barque, Transport, brig, and Prince Victor, barque, for Newcastle; Anthons, schooner, for Wollongong; ...

    Article : 37 words
  13. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] MELBOURNE.

    It is believed that a compromise may be expected between the two Houses to-morrow night, arising out of a discussion on the motion to read the Bill for the Payment of Members a second time. ...

    Article : 151 words
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    Advertising : 692 words
  15. ADELAIDE.

    Heavy rains are reported as having fallen in the north and north-east. No less than seven inches of rain fell in thirteen hours. ...

    Article : 31 words
  16. SPORTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 330 words
  17. KYNETON RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 140 words
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