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  2. HILL END.

    ON Friday night last, the largest and richest specimen this colony has produced, I suppose, was taken from the claim of Beyers and Holtermann. It is really a wonderful one—A SLAB OF GOLD. ITS WEIGHT IS ABOUT 6½ CWT.; and I ...

    Article : 1,388 words
  3. EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS.

    THE mail from California arrived yesterday morning, per Hero from Auckland. From the News of the World of 11th September we take the following intelligence:— RUROPE. ...

    Article : 1,026 words
  4. CONGREGATIONAL UNION OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    THE seventh annual session of the above Union commenced by a devotional service on Monday evening last (21st), in Pitt-street Schoolroom The retiring chairman (the Rev. G. G. Howden) presided, and delivered an address on "The ...

    Article : 10,503 words
  5. AMERICA.

    New York, September 6.—The Lotus Club Rooms were crowded to-night on the occasion of the reception of welcome to the tenor Mario. He was introduced by Frederick A. Schwab, and warmly greeted amid great enthusiasm by Whitelaw Reid, president of ...

    Article : 388 words
  6. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Parliament has granted a subsidy of £1600 for six months to a steam service to Fiji. In the House of Representatives, on the 15th instant, Mr. Stafford moved,—"That the Colonial Treasurer ...

    Article : 908 words
  7. MEXICO.

    September 1st, via Havana, September 6th.—Two jealous women have just fought a duel. They were attended by seconds. One was armed with a bone dagger, the other with an ordinary dagger. The one with the former killed her antagonist. Gomez ...

    Article : 137 words
  8. HAVANA.

    September 6—The Intendente of Havana has asked and has been promised the co-operation of the merchants in breaking up smuggling and defranding the Treasury. The clerks of Havana meet on Sunday, to take measures to abo[?]sh the system requiring ...

    Article : 122 words
  9. MINING NEWS.

    THE Nanama correspondent of the Yass Courier, 22nd instant, writes: All the claims are now fairly in working order, after slabbing up. Those down any depth and on the reef are raising gold-bearing; stone. In Mr. Ramsay ...

    Article : 1,872 words
  10. THE REVOLUTION IN PERU.

    The work of scrutinizing the electoral returns is to be proceeded with, and Mr. Pardo, now without a competitor, will be declared President of the Republic. On the 2nd of August, or thereabouts, Zevallos will resign the reins of power into the hands ...

    Article : 235 words
  11. MAITLAND.

    BUMOURS are abroad among us that we shall soon be again in the threes of an election for a representative in Parliament, in consequence of the report of the possible resignation of one of the present Ministers. Should our member ...

    Article : 382 words
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