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  2. Police Court.

    THE charge sheet disposed of by the P.M. yesterday morning was but slight. Joseph Brown, for assaulting Rose Roarty, a highly talkative prosecutrix, whose tongue ...

    Article : 103 words
  3. A Peculiar Case.

    THE night before last some excitement was caused by it being reported to Mr. Sub-inspector Thorpe that a youth had been shot on the road from Hamilton, ...

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    JONATHAN CHASE, American barque, 693, Costigan, from Melbourne, 20th inst. J. and A. Brown, agents March 31. ...

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  5. Queensland News.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—The Treasurer has received a telegram from the sub-Collector of Customs at Cardwell, saying that he saw a private telegram which ...

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  6. DEPARTURES.—March 31.

    ACACIA, barque, for Hobart CONQUEST, barque, for Hongkong ESTELLE, schooner, for Oamaru SHANNAN, brig, for Melbourne ...

    Article : 73 words
  7. Boat Race.

    A WELL-CONTESTED aquatic event was decided in the harbour yesterday afternoon for £10 aside, between T. Nield and J. Turner. The course was from No. 18 ...

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    FRANCE CHERRIE, French, 638, Sarevey; Cargo wharf, discharging, to load Lambton coal for Lyttelton. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents. ...

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    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—A caucus of the Legislative Council was held to-day, when it was agreed to negative Mr. Reid's motion to disagree with the ruling ...

    Article : 304 words
  10. The Census.

    As many of the public are in doubt concerning their duties in filling up the census papers on Monday next, it may be stated for their information that "every ...

    Article : 193 words
  11. School Holiday for the Maitland Show.

    THE following correspondence has been handed to us by Mr. W. Briggs, who has been working zealously in this matter:— Elgin-street, West Maitland, ...

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    Mr. T. R. CLEAVER, left at our (Dubbo Desptach) officer on Monday, samples of coal found on Mr. T. Oakley's farm, near the Loggerheads. The coal was struck ...

    Article : 66 words
  14. Important Operation for Neuralgia.

    A VERY rare operation, which was recently successfully performed at the German Hospital, Philadelphia, is described in the Boston Medical Journal. A patient, over ...

    Article : 195 words
  15. Newcastle S.S. Company.

    THE Steamer Coonanbara, after baying undergone extensive repairs, will be placed on the berth again to-night (Friday), when she will leave for Newcastle; returning to ...

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    As if in confirmation of the very prevalent rumour that the inhabitants of the South Seas have learned to treat the flag of Great Britain with ...

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    LONDON, March 30.—The Socialists have started a newspaper for the purpose of propagating the question of general freedom. Articles have already appeared ...

    Article : 150 words
  18. Victorian News.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—In the Assembly, the Land Tax Bill occupied the whole of this evening. Mr. Berry made an impassioned speech, and said the tax was ...

    Article : 453 words
  19. Sad Accident.

    AN accident took place recently by which the wife of a selector at Groonbridge Swamp, near Tenterfield, named Wheeler, sustained injuries of a serious nature. ...

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    SIR,—Amongst the many items passed for the extension of railways is one for connecting the Great Northern with the Southern and Western line, the points of ...

    Article : 625 words

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  22. Newcastle Steamship Company.

    THE manager, and directors of the Newcastle Steamship Company, in consequence of the extensive and increasing trade, between this port and the Hunter ...

    Article : 187 words
  23. Ex-oriminals Must go Somewhere.

    IT seems (observes the Wagga Express) that we are likely to get "mixed" evils in the way of imported criminals, if we have not already suffered considerably. ...

    Article : 186 words

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The s.s. Wakatipu arrived to-day. The Rotomahana and Wakatipu bring three hundred steerage passengers as ...

    Article : 111 words

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  28. Sad Meeting between Mother and Son.

    THE Wide Bay News of March 19 says:—"A lad of about 15 years old called at the police barracks on Saturday last, asking for information as to the ...

    Article : 280 words

    Kitchen Garden.—Hoe continually among crops to keep them clean; have beds well dug and m[?]unred for transplanting the various vegetables now coming on Thin out all crops that are overcrowded; divide ...

    Article : 261 words
  30. A Hard Case.

    THE Melbourne correspondent of the Ballarat Courier writes:—"The case of Ali Roma is one of the hardest which has come under my notice. A native of ...

    Article : 242 words
  31. Gold-mining News.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—There is no fresh news from Mount Browne diggings. Plenty of rain has fallen at Wilcannia and neighbourhood. ...

    Article : 57 words
  32. Latest Parliamentary News.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—In the Assembly, last night, the continuation of the Loan Estimates was proceeded with. The items, £27,000 for a bridge over the ...

    Article : 280 words
  33. South Australian Intelligence

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.—The steamer Hydaspes arrived at Albany early this morning. The Intercolonial cricket team arrived ...

    Article : 93 words
  34. Advertising

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