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    The escort took to-day 721 ounces of gold for the Mint. At a meeting of gentlemen yesterday, the Mayor in the chair, it was decided not to banquet the Ministerial party on their way from Cowra, owing to the uncertainty of the ...

    Article : 2,165 words
  3. Victoria.

    The Federal Australian of the 6th instant says:—" The share market in all directions continues very much depressed, and some reductions in prices, especially of Sandhurst stocks, have occurred. Ballarat ventures have also come in for a ...

    Article : 955 words
  4. Milling Items.

    The manager of the Wesley Tin-mining Company reports the yield of ore for week ended 8th instant to be 3 tons. The hon. secretary of the Stock Exchange reports the yield of the Band and Albion Gold Mine for the past ...

    Article : 1,484 words
  5. Durham.

    We were misinformed when, we stated that the committee of the H. R. Farmers' Association had decided not to vote anything towards the prizes of forthcoming ploughing matches, as the committee by a majority decided to vote £10 to an association ...

    Article : 2,202 words
  6. Boiler Explosion at East Maitland.

    A. disastrous boiler explosion happened early this morning at Mr. Shay's sawmill, East Maitland, resulting in the complete demolition of the building containing the boiler. It happened just as the men were about to commence work, ...

    Article : 128 words
  7. Northumberland.

    One of the most deplorable instances of parental depravity and want of natural affection was brought to light last week at Hamilton. Six deserted children) whose ages ranged from 10 years to six months, were brought up by Constable Oxley before ...

    Article : 1,141 words
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