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  2. SUMMARY.

    THE Cabinet had a narrow squeak for its life on Tuesday night, and was only saved by the friendly interposition of Mr. HAY. The cause of the difficulty was the old question of the ...

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  5. IMPORTANT GOLD NEWS.

    MR. Wright, Mail Contractor, returned from the Lachlan diggings last night. On Tuesday he saw Kirkpatrick's party wash several buckets which averaged five (5) ounces to the bucket. ...

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  6. LAMBING FLAT.

    The rush to the Lachlan still continues. Accounts just received here from there moat favourable. On Monday Kirkpatrick and party obtained sixty-two ounces. On Tuesday they got a pint pot full of ...

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    THE CROPS.—The crops which some three weeks back were almost despaired of in the district have, thanks to a moderate supply of rain and mild genial weather, assumed a more promising appearance, and there is now every hope ...

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