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  2. NEWCASTLE.

    MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.—A seaman belonging to the barque Camilla met his death, on Monday list, under somewhat peculiar circumstances. It appears the Camilla has been lying here some considerable time ...

    Article : 380 words
  3. AUSTRALIAN GAS-LIGHT COMPANY.

    THE half-yearly general meeting of the shareholders of the Australian Gas-light Company was held yesterdy, at the offices of the company, at two o'clock. Hon. Dr. Mitchell, M.L C, in the chair. ...

    Article : 824 words
  4. TORRENS' ACT.

    SIR,—The last subject which I have to consider in relation to this Act is that of trusts. It is, I believe, the principal, if not the sole object of the Act to afford the means of ...

    Article : 1,719 words
  5. FORCES AT OUR COMMAND IN CASE OF WAR.

    WHILE the great question of peace or war ia hanging in the balance; while our contemporaries are eagerly scanning every indication of the course the Cabinet of England may adopt, it may be well for us, fulfilling ...

    Article : 1,456 words
  6. QUEENSLAND.

    BY the Telegraph steamer, we have Brisbane papers to the 15th instant, and Rockhampton to the llth. The Guardian of Monday reports that an inquest waa held on the 13th at Witton, before Mr. J. J. ...

    Article : 1,518 words
  7. BUSHEANGING AND THE WORKING CLASSES.

    SIR,—Your correspondent "Censor," on 27th July, endor[?]es the view I took in your issue of the previous day— that the sympathy of the working classes for the bushrangers was one great, if not the great, cause of the ...

    Article : 1,052 words
  8. BEN HALL AND HIS GANG.

    THE Burrangong Star of Saturday says:—For the last three weeks Sir Frederick Pottinger and a party consisting of twe troopers and a black traokor have baan paying particular attemion to the movements of Hall's gang, and on ...

    Article : 909 words
  9. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF A NEW WESLEYAN CHURCH, NORTH SHORE.

    THE foundation stone of a new Wesleyan ohuroh at St. Leonards, North Shore, was laid by the Bev, W. Taylor, yesterday afternoon. There were about two or three hundred persons present at the ceremony. ...

    Article : 1,682 words
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  11. STREET OBSTRUCTIONS.

    SIR,—His Worship the Mayor would simply do his duty were he to direct the police to keep oertain well-known street corners free of loungers and idlers. In England, such persons would be compelled to move ...

    Article : 272 words
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