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  2. Telegraphic.

    A LARGE meeting was held here last night. It was convened by the Railway Committee, and its object was to receive a report of their proceedings during the last three years. The report was received and adopted, ...

    Article : 80 words
  3. Commercial.

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  5. Hobart Town.

    Snow is falling. The Russian corvette Bazarin has sailed for New Zealand. WEDNESDAY. ...

    Article : 29 words
  6. Goulburn.

    At the Races to-day, for the Publicans' Purse, Titus and Rinaldo ran a dead heat. The stakes were divided. For the Southern Handicap, New Chum took first ...

    Article : 54 words
  7. Adelaide.

    The Government have decided on sending Messrs. Hart, Barrow, and Townsend as delegates to the Melbourne Conference. There is most cheering news from Barossa ...

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  8. Mudgee.

    The body of William Lewis, drowned in the recent flood at Guntawang, was found yesterday. The funeral will take place to-morrow. TUESDAY. ...

    Article : 63 words
  9. Gympie.

    One hundred and forty tons of quartz from the Prospectors' New Zealand Beef yielded 1842 oz. of old. ...

    Article : 20 words
  10. Gunnedah.

    The telegraph office at this place was broken into on Saturday night, and Rome money was stolen. An Attempt in made by the thieves to set fire to the building by drawing a quantity of embers from the ...

    Article : 90 words

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  13. Free Public Library.

    DEPUTATION.—On Friday, 10th instant, the trusteer of the Free Public Library had an interview with the Colonial Secretary (the Hon. Charles Cowper, C.M.G.) at his office, concerning various matters having reference to the ...

    Article : 1,271 words

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  15. Fort Macquarie.

    At the nomination to-day, Mr. Dean had the show of bands by a large majority. ...

    Article : 18 words
  16. Moruya.

    A. numerously attended public meeting vu held here to-day, to take into consideration the conduct of the police magistrate, who, it was alleged; fiad, at a flood relief meeting, offered an insult to the Roman ...

    Article : 82 words

    ADERDEEN,—Bay colt, black points, SN over SN near shoulder. Will be sold on 30th June. BRANXTON.—Bay [?] colt, switch tail, very small star, four legs white, near rump—inside circle, [?] years. Grey ...

    Article : 4,855 words
  18. Rockhampton.

    At 1 a.m. to-day the Havilah, while steaming towards the railway wharf, ran into the river bank. She swung round and came in contact with the railway slip. A hole was knocked in her side. ...

    Article : 81 words
  19. Melbourne,

    Power, after a lengthy examination, has been, committed for trial. The Governor presented the boy Blocker with a medal for bravery in rescuing three boys from ...

    Article : 719 words

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  22. New Zealand.

    On the 26th May, Lady Bowen wu indisposed. Mr. Hall's contract is getting into disfavour at Wellington. THE FARM LANDS.—Under the influence of the recent ...

    Article : 246 words
  23. Family Notices

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  24. Queenscliff.

    ARRIVED.—Kassa, barque, from Mauritius. SAILED.—Cleopatra, three-masted-schooner, for Newcastle. The barque Clara Sayers arrived at Mauritius on ...

    Article : 79 words



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