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    [Echo.]—The first cake of gold from Barmedman reef has reached town, and weighs 53 ounces. It is the result of 124 tons. This is not considered a fair criterion of the value ...

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  3. The Extent and Rent of Pastoral Leaseholds.

    A return in part has been made in consequence of an order of the Assembly, made at the instance of Mr. Greenwood. This partial return includes the original area of every run ...

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  4. The Murder of Mehemet All.

    The Porte has received telegrams announcing the intelligence that Mehemet Ali Pasha and suite, together with some soldiers, have been massacred at Jakova by the Albanians. ...

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    [Herald.]—Bush fires at Houghton and Red Hill have done serious damage to the crops and the farmers' holdings. A man named James Primrose died to-day ...

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    INDECENT ASSAULT.—Peter Russell, a half-caste, and aged about 24 years, and a married man, was brought up in custody before our bench, charged that he did on the 3rd instant ...

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    [Evening News.]—A letter from Mr. James Carroll, land agent, Maequarie-street, Sydney, states that the Minister for Lands has approved of legalising, by a special bill, John ...

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  8. Snake Bites and their Treatment.

    As promised, we send you Dr. Gordon's directions to be used in cases of snake bite. The antidote can be obtained at Dr. Gordon's residence, Murrurundi, gratuitously, to any ...

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    [Evening News.]—The local creditors in the estate of Grainger, of Copmanhurst, are jubilant at the result of the judge's decision. The steamboat Lilly has been chartered by ...

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    [Herald.]—The Court of Quarter Sessions opened to-day, before Judge M'Farland. The calendar is very light. A man, named Samuel Bishop, committed ...

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  11. MILLIE.

    [Echo.]—The following is the result of the first day's racing here:—Maiden Plate won by Mr. Dodds' Ada; Handicap won by Mr. Eckford's Fireball; Hack Race won by Mr. ...

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    THE BARRINGTON DIGGINGS.—A telegram received here on Tuesday announced the fact that, at a recent crushing just finished of a quantity of quartz from the Mountain Maid ...

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  13. MORPETH.

    The weather here since my last report has been very warm, with hot winds blowing all day; hence the crops around the Park are looking quite parched, potatoes in particular. ...

    Article : 259 words
  14. TARANA.

    [Echo.]—The new Public School was opened at Fish River by Mr. J. Hurley, M.P., yesterday. He made a speech in reference to Education, and was entertained at a ...

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  15. WARREN.

    [Echo.]—A great mistake is said to have been made in selecting for a telegraph office at Cannonbar a store, the very last house on the Dubbo Road, although several central, places ...

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  16. HAY.

    [Evening News.]—Numerous entries have been received for the three handicaps to be run at the forthcoming New Year's races. The meeting promises to be a great success. ...

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    [Herald.]—A European shot a Chinaman dead near Stewart Town, yesterday, during a mining dispute. He surrendered himself to the police. ...

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    A meeting of this Council took place on Wednesday evening. Present: Aldermen Munro (chair), Quinn, Maguire, Wilson, Gould, and Campbell. ...

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    [Herald.]—Mrs. Dalmahoy Campbell and Co. report 1800 cattle penned, of all descriptions. The supply was far beyond requirements, and prices are 20s to 25s lower. Only 11,000 ...

    Article : 319 words

    [Echo.]—In the Legislative Assembly, last night, Mr. Munro renewed his effort on behalf of the Council in regard to the Reform Bill; Mr. Berry said that if he could receive ...

    Article : 1,070 words

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