EARLY on the morning of the 19th instant, Hamilton Hume passed away to his rest. That his memory deserves to be held in grateful remembrance by his countrymen the following brief memoir will, we think, fully prove; for, though the public ...Article : 2,626 words
THE shallow rush still continues to attract attention, and all engaged appear satisfied with the yield. That gold exists in payable quantities there can be no doubt, and with such finds as the present, will ultimately lead to those of a ...Article : 801 words
MY last correspondence I brought to a close at Wentworth. From that interesting locality I made my way to Orange, and after a brief stay again took the road bound for Ironbarks. Orange, town or district, I feel confident requires ...Article : 5,583 words
HILL END AND VICINITY.—In its report of Saturday, the Observer states that during the past week very little has been done in mining operations in any of the claims. In Rapp's sinking operations have been continued, and a ...Article : 2,121 words
REDFERN.—The fortnightly meeting of Council was held on Friday, 18th instant. Present—The Mayor (Mr. H. Hudson) and a full Council. Minutes of preceding meeting read and confirmed. The chairman of the Finance ...Article : 1,121 words
PULLEN'S machine is still busy on Paxton's quartz. His small battery, originally intended for trial crushings and small lots, is to be kept constantly employed on the Scandinavian stone, which is now going through. Some of the ...Article : 785 words
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