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  2. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES.

    THERE has been a new rush at the Morinish diggings —the gold is of a superior quality, with good prospects. The first wool ship from here sailed on Sunday ...

    Article : 48 words
  3. The Sydney Ab[?]orning Gerald.

    THE news of the Panic in London was published in this colony on the 12th June, 1866. We then learnt that the houses of Overend and Gurney, and Peto and Company, and the ...

    Article : 7,570 words
  4. EMU CREEK DIGGINGS.

    THE weather has continued hot and dry since the thunderstorm that set every thing Afloat here three weeks ago. There was a great threatening of rain on Thursday last, an immense thunder cloud came slowly ...

    Article : 1,769 words
  5. MELBOURNE.

    The debate on the Budget is going on—a division is expected late to-night, which it is thought will give Ministers a majority of 16. Large sums have been paid into the Custom-house ...

    Article : 184 words
  6. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,715 words
  7. CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTING THE SHIP ENDEAVOUR.

    MANY colonists are aware that the spot where Captain Cook landed forms a portion of a fine estate now called Sutherland, the property of Mr. Thomas Holt. An anchor on the chart points to the part of Botany Bay where the ...

    Article : 394 words
  8. QUEENSCLIFF.

    SAILED.—Dragon, barque, for Newcastle; Alexandra, and You Yangs, for Sydney. ...

    Article : 18 words
  9. ADELAIDE.

    The harbour master has not succeeded in finding the wreck of the Zanoni. The annual Agricultural Show was highly successful to-day. The attendance was very large. The ...

    Article : 84 words
  10. CRICKET.

    THE match between the team of Australian aborigines recently arrived from Victoria, and the Albert Club, which bus been anticipated with considerable interest for some weeks post, was commenced yesterday on the Redfern ...

    Article : 1,427 words
  11. MR. JUSTICE BOOTHBY.

    ON the opening of the Criminal Sessions at Adelaide on the 12th instant, the Chief Justice took his seat on the Bench, (hero being a large concourse of spectators. Mr. Pelham, Judges' Associate and Clerk of Ar[?]aigns, ...

    Article : 1,429 words
  12. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—Your statement under the head of Railways, in the Summary for England, that I resigned, wishing to enjoy the comforts of a domestic life, is not correct. The reason why I resigned will be made known: ...

    Article : 104 words
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