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  2. LYNCH LAW ON THE LACHLAN.

    THE sparing of the lives of the bushrangers Duce or Williams, alias Jimmy Ducks, and the boy Brookman has given great offence to the inhabitants of the Upper Lachlan, and the wild country north and south of ...

    Article : 921 words
  3. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES.

    THE Municipal Council voted £10 towards the St. Julian testimonial fund. ...

    Article : 19 words
  4. GOULBURN.

    THE RACES.—County Stakes—Warrior, 1. Prince of Wales Stakes—Dan O'Connell, 1; Juliana, 2. Innkeepers' Purse—Uabba, 1. The Beaten Stakes— Waterlily, 1. Forced Handicap—Waterlily, 1. ...

    Article : 26 words
  5. MELBOURNE.

    The Colonial Monthly Magazine, under the new management, is well spoken of by the Press. At the Criminal Sessions, Cunningham, for the Kilgour murder, was found guilty and sentenced to ...

    Article : 188 words
  6. NOTES FROM FIJI.—SLAVERY.

    THE importation of foreign labourers to Fiji has of late caused considerable anxiety; the foolishness or rescality of the few is imperilling the interests of the many, so that it will be a good thing when the planters ...

    Article : 1,825 words
  7. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,392 words
  8. QUEENSCLIFFE.

    ARRIVED.—Boomerang, schooner, from Sydney; Adeline Burke, barque, Alma, barque, Springbok, barque, and Aleandre, schooner, from Newcastle. SAILED.—At 5.30, R. M. S. Bombay, for King ...

    Article : 29 words
  9. VESUVIUS AWAKE.

    AFTER an almost perfect repose of six years, Vesuvius recommenced its demonstrations last Wednesday night. Whilst the rest of the country is blustering and heaving madly, the mountain, I suppose, felt ...

    Article : 1,868 words
  10. LETTER FROM GENERAL GRANT TO THE PRESIDENT RELATING TO THE REMOVAL OF MR. STANTON.

    THE Speaker laid before the House on the 17th of December, a communication from General Grant inclosing the correspondence relating to the removal of Mr. Stanton as Secretary of War, and also the ...

    Article : 1,595 words
  11. ADELAIDE.

    The weather continues intensely hot without any sign of change. Large orders have gone home by this mail from the Government for the new railway plant to be used in ...

    Article : 89 words
  12. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    THE monthly meeting of this society was held last night, at the School of Arts, Pitt-street. Mr. R. Henderson occupied the chair. The SECHETARY (Mr. Gelding) stated that the ...

    Article : 749 words
  13. A MOTHER DROWNS HERSELF AND CHILD, AT WENTWORTH.

    ON Friday, the 21st February, an inquest was held before Colonel Russell, P.M., District Coroner, at the Court-house, Wentworth, on the bodies of Mary Ann Goldsworthy, wife of Mr. Joseph Goldsworthy, ...

    Article : 1,441 words
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