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  2. West v. Smith.

    IN another column will be found a bold challenge, emanating from the sparrer— George Smith. Not satisfied with his defeat on Saturday night, this athlete offers ...

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    LONDON, March 18.—The armistice with the Boors has boon further prolonged till to-day. The Supply Bill is being rapidly pushed ...

    Article : 114 words
  4. Newcastle Borough Council.

    A MEETING of the Borough Council was held last night. Present:—The Mayor, Aldermen Wallace, Chapman, Thorn, Dart, Brooks, Grisdale, Laing, and ...

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    CHEVIOT (s.s.), 764, Donaldson, from Melbourne, 18th inst. W. H. Smith and Sons, agents SIKH (s s), 2400, Johnson, from Sydney. J. ...

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  7. Volunteer Parade.

    AN official telegram has been received by Captain H. J. Brown, notifying that the Newcastle Volunteers will not be required to attend the special parade before the ...

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    SOME short time ago we drew attention to the necessity for a reform in the system of appointing gentlemen to the Commission of the Peace, if not of a ...

    Article : 924 words
  9. The Duke of Manchester.

    WE learn that his Grace the Duke of Manchester will return from his northern tour to-morrow. He will arrive in Maitland during the afternoon by special train ...

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  10. DEPARTURES.—March 21.

    CATHERINE SUDDEN, Am. schooner, for Honolulu NONPARIEL, barque, for Adelaide COASTWISE.—Vision, for Port Stephens; ...

    Article : 31 words
  11. Advertising

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  12. West v. Young Dutchey.

    THE third deposit in the glove contest to some off shortly between Young Dutchey and Professor West, was placed in the stakeholder's hands last night. We ...

    Article : 57 words
  13. EXPORTS.

    To Nelson, per VINDEX: 496 tons coal To Adelaide, per OCEAN: 1600 tons coal To Hongkong, per LOCHIEL: 300 tons coal To Melbourne, per CHEVIOT (s.), 1000 tons ...

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  14. Further Attempts to Assassinate the New Czar.

    LONDON, March 19.—Further Nihilistic plots have been discovered to assassinate the new Czar. Infernal machines have been used. Several arrests of Nihilists ...

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    FRANCE CHERRIE, French, 633, Sarevey, C. F. Stokes & Co., agents GLENROSA, 835, Palmer; No. 5 hydraulic crane, loading Browns' coal for Lyttelton. ...

    Article : 416 words
  16. "H.M.S. Pinafore."

    WE would remind our readers in general and those in particular who intend joining Mr. Ashcroft Edwards' singing class for the production of the perennial and ...

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    SYDNEY, Monday.—A seam of coal, twenty-eight inches in depth, has been out at a depth of 489 feet, at Bridge Creek (Victoria). The ground is clayey shale. ...

    Article : 301 words
  18. A Balance to his Credit.

    MOST people delight in a balance to their credit, and it really appears to be of some use, even if the balance only consists of 24 hours' imprisonment. There was a ...

    Article : 136 words
  19. Military Funeral.

    YESTERDAY afternoon, the funeral of the unfortunate man Joseph Hands, whose sudden death from heart disease was recorded in our last issue, was buried in ...

    Article : 162 words
  20. Rifle Match—Newcastle v. Sydney.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—In the rifle contest, Sydney Volunteer Artillery Rifle Club v. No. 5 Battery, Newcastle Volunteer Artillery (ten men on each side), shot on ...

    Article : 65 words
  21. Royal Mail Notice.

    The mails by the R.M.S. Zealandia close at the General Post Office, Sydney, on Thursday, the 24th March, 1881, as follows:—Registered letters, at noon; unregistered letters, at 1 ...

    Article : 95 words
  22. The Hydraulic Cranes.

    WITH reference to the accident which happened on Friday at noon to the return water pipe of the hydraulic cranes, Bullock Island, it is supposed the breakage ...

    Article : 242 words
  23. Australian Eleven v. Victorian Fifteen.

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    A SYDNEY merchant paid a visit to Gympie the other day (says the Miner), and was very much surprised to see rough-looking miners, who did not appear to be worth a ...

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  28. Police Court.

    THE cases for disposal at the Police Court yesterday were but few, Mr. Buchanan, P.M., presiding. Two drunkards were mulot in the customary sums, and one ...

    Article : 276 words

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  30. A Human Skeleton Found.

    THE Illawarra Mercury of 18th inst says that during the last week or two, the finding of a human skeleton by a party of surveyors on the Ilawarra railway line ...

    Article : 261 words

    Kitchen Garden.—Keep all beds clear of woods by hoeing Plant out cabbage, cauliflower, celery, Brussels sprouts, &c., for succession. Always have h[?] in dry weather, full depth, and mannred, so that every ...

    Article : 394 words

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