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  2. THE ASSEMBLY.

    On Tuesday, 22nd July, the House was wholly engaged in matters of local interest; and in the discussion upon a motion for the production of certain papers relative to the case of William Spicer, ...

    Article : 6,314 words
  3. IMPROVEMENTS AT WOLLONGONG.

    We have noticed in previous Monthly Summarios the important Government works in progress for the improvement of the Wollongong harbour. Those works were commenced twelve months since, and are now considerably ...

    Article : 2,144 words
  4. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 5,834 words
  5. THE NORTHERN GOLD FIELDS.

    The only item worthy of record that has reached us from the North, is the fact that Mr. Collett, lately Chief Commissioner for Roads, has taken a large party up to the Denison diggings, where he has opened a new ...

    Article : 83 words
  6. COUNTRY WORKS.

    SOME considerable changes are about to be carried out in the Roads' Department, with the view of ensuring a greater amount of efficiency in the field branch. One of the alterations proposed is to give a more direct responsibility ...

    Article : 1,103 words
  7. OUR GOLD FIELDS.

    CRIME is notoriously infectious. We seldom witness the commission of a great offence without also seeing a number of imitations following close upon it. It has been so on the gold-fields and in their vicinity. The ...

    Article : 409 words
  8. THE WESTERN GOLD-FIELDS.

    On the Lachlan heavy gold has been struck on the Calidonian lend, yielding 1┬Żoz. to the bucket; and on the Sebastapol lead prospect of a pennyweight to the dish have been obtained on bottoming. There ...

    Article : 741 words
  9. TELEGRAPHS.

    We have little to report this month with respect to telegraphic works, excepting that considerable progress has been made upon the extensions that are being carried out under the votes of last session. Some of the new lines will ...

    Article : 381 words
  10. THE SOUTHERN GOLD-FIELDS.

    Since the plentiful fall of rain, that has now filled all the waterholes, and set every creek running, the hopes of the miners, so long deferred by the continued droughts, have been revived. Until these ...

    Article : 440 words
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