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    Ridge Park (p.), 618, Trivott, from Adelaide via Sydney. G. Hewison, agent Iris, barque, 340, Ellis, from Adelaide, 12th inst. J. C. Ellis, agent ...

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    It seems that the bank robbers originally set out from Melbourne to rob the Heathcote Bank; but, losing their way in the bush, they found themselves at Lancefield, when ...

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    As an advertisement shows, the members of the above club are requested to attend a special general meeting at the Ship Inn, at 8 p.m., this evening. ...

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  6. Mr. Creswick and Miss Helen Ashton.

    OUR readers are doubtless aware that negotiations have for some time past been pending with respect to the engagement of the above lady and gentleman for a short series ...

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    IT would appear that the Waratah Company are determined to leave no stone unturned to secure labour in place of that they have locked-out. ...

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  8. Philharmonic Society.

    THE members of the above society met last night at the schoolroom, Bolton-street (in spite of the inclement weather) in full force, and an excellent practice was the result. ...

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    The ship Ivanhoe, from San Francisco, was wrecked on Sunday morning about forty miles east of Tamar Heads All hands were saved. The vessel is a total wreck. She ...

    Article : 77 words
  11. The Weather.

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  12. DEPARTURES.—August 20.

    Adelphoi, barque, for Petropavlovsk Claud Hamilton (s.s.), for Melbourne Cheviot (s.s.), for Melbourne via Sydney COATWISE.—May, Whaup, for Port Stephens; ...

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  13. Rabid Penny-a-Linors.

    FROM the accounts given in the Sydney papers of the miners' roll-up at Lambton on Monday evening, it appears clearly that the affair has been greatly exaggerated, and that New ...

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  14. Funeral of Mrs. Lister.

    THE remains of the late Mrs. Lister, of Newcastle, were interred at Lake Macquarie on Tuesday last. The deceased was only thirty-one years of age at the time of her decease, ...

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    Cameron and party are still raising splendid stone from the main shaft, which is now nearly 200ft. deep. The stone is expected to go between 10oz, and 12oz to the ton. No. ...

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  16. IMPORTS.

    From Adelaide, ex Joliba: 150 bags, 15 tons flour. Ex Abbey Holmo: 150 bags flour, 500 bags flour, 100 bags flour. 160 bags flour, 600 quarter-bags flour. 400 quarter-bags flour, 150 ...

    Article : 56 words
  17. Serious Fall from Aloft.

    AT a late hour last night, William Miller, a seaman aboard the barque River Leven, just arrived from Brisbane, was admitted to the hospital. It seems that he was engaged ...

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  18. LITHGOW.

    It is determined to work the Vale of Clwydd colliery with non-union men. The colliery is starting with fresh hands from Sydney. The cause of the dispute is repeated ...

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  19. EXPORTS.

    To Adelaide, per Odalisk. 380 tons coal To Champion Bay, W.A., per Orwell: 200 tons coal and 2 tons coke To Geeleng, per Frederica: 500 tons coal ...

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  20. To Sufferers from the Eyes.

    MANY will be glad to know that Mr. Henry Laurance, the oculist optician, is again in Newcastle. Those who have received benefit from him before, and others who ...

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    Ard Gowan, 1283, Murchie; North Harbour, to load Browns' coal for San Francisco. J. and A. Brown, agents Arvonia, 1266, Jones; No. 11 Dyke jetty, to load ...

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    THE agitation in regard to the newly-expected arrivals ex Ridge Park (s.), from Adelaide, came to an issue yesterday, at noon. Shortly before 1 o'clock p.m., Mr. ...

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  23. Writ of Election.

    THE Hen the Speaker of the Assembly issued his writ for the Morpeth election to-day. The nomination takes place at Morpeth on Tuesday, 26th instant; the polling day is ...

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    A large meeting was held here last night to consider the immigration policy of the Government, and protest against £50,000 being voted for immigration. A number of ...

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  25. Yesterday's Police Court.

    THE business at the Newcastle Police Court yesterday was again but slight. Lieutenant-Colonel Maunsell, P.M., adjudicated. One drunkard was dealt with, and one individual ...

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    AT the wool sales to-day, there was less demand, and prices were occasionally easier. In the tin market, there continues an upward tendency; Australian having risen ...

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  27. The Lancefield Bank Robbery.

    Unquestionably, the two suspected men seen in Sandhurst were the veritable robbers of the Lancefield Bank. They purchased clothes on Saturday evening, at Newhead's ...

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  28. The Musical Blacksmith.

    WE regret to hear that Mr. Phillip Jones, well-known in the old country as possessing musical abilities of a high order, should have left Newcastle without obtaining a few ...

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  29. CAIRO.

    The Ministry formed by the chief Pacha, after the deposition of Ismail Pacha, has tendered its resignation, which has been accepted. A new Ministry has been formed, ...

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  30. Worth Attending to.

    OUR attention has been called tot the unsafe state of the footpath near Mr. Arnott's shop, Hunter-street. At that spot several old and half-rotted planks cross the ...

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    Considerable excitement has been caused by the seizure of gunpowder and other explosives by the authorities hero. No further particulars are to hand, but little doubt ...

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    THE only change in the betting market is four to one offered on the field for the Derby. It has been arranged that four actions—Davenport and Fisher v. Hungerford—for ...

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  33. Protestant Hall.

    A COMPLIMENTARY invitation entertainment was given by the Newcastle Amateur Minstrels on Tuesday evening last, at the above hall, and was an unqualified success in ...

    Article : 120 words
  34. Shipment of Coal Trophies.

    THE last of the coal trophies form the Hunter River District, intended for the Sydney Exhibition, are about being shipped. One section (Ferndale) was shipped yesterday by ...

    Article : 143 words
  35. Shocking Accident in a Tunnel.

    A SAD accident occurred in one of the Redhead tunnels yesterday evening, shortly before fore 7 o'clock, unfortunately brought about by an over indulgence in liquor. The victim ...

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    There is as yet not much watering in connection with the approaching match between Trickett and Laycock for the championship. Trickett's ...

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  37. Victoria Theatre.

    THE steady downpour of rain last evening doubtless tended to produce a limited attendance at the above theatre, but the drama of "Hearts of Oak, or the British Bulldogs," ...

    Article : 143 words
  38. Advertising

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    Advertising : 648 words

    The Hon S. W. Griffith's want of confidenca motion was negatived by 26 to 23. ...

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