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    RAILWAY PICNIC.—The chief event of the week was the annual picnic of the railway employées in the permanent way, held in an extensive paddock leased by G. Thomas, Esq., who generously granted the use of the same without charge. A ...

    Article : 632 words
  3. West Maitland Reserve Rifle Company.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 200 words
  4. The French Vine Harvest.

    The most gloomy predictions are afloat with regard to the coming vine harvest in France (says the Home News). Up to the present the only vineyards which promise well are those of the ...

    Article : 401 words
  5. Newcastle Harbour Improvements.

    Notwithstanding the obstacles placed in the way of attempts at the improvement of this port, the Harbours and Rivers Department have done good work in that direction during the qarater ending on the 30th ult. The scarcity of funds have, ...

    Article : 568 words
  6. Telephoning Five Hundred Miles.

    Aeross a wire 500 miles in length, on Tuesday night, a long and interesting conversation took place between the Postmasters-General of Victoria and South Australia and their principal executive ...

    Article : 688 words

    THE EXTRA SHEETS OF THE "MERCURY." — The third sheet of this day's paper contains—Advertisements [?] poetry—" The Lawyer's Lullaby;" conclusion of tale "The St. Clair Inheritance," and continuation of the tale " Lucia Ashleigh;" Bub [?] ...

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    The first of the weekly sales of produce under the auspices of and in connection with tfce recently formed Farmers' Union was held here yesterday, and was a pronounced success. There was a large ...

    Article : 490 words
  9. News from Yesterday's Sydney Papers.

    From the papers of yesterday we take the following news items:— During the afternoon call at the Sydney Stock Exchange, on Thnrsday, the values of leading Broken Hill scrip receded. ...

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    Wheat, 5s 6d; flour, £12 10s to £13. On the wharves this morning there was a moderate supply of Hunter River lucerne. Prime green hay, searce, £3 to £3 5s; other qualities, £2 ...

    Article : 323 words
  11. West Maitland Wesleyan Band of Hope.

    The usual monthly meeting of the above was held on Wednesday evening, when the seating capacity of the School Hall was again taxed to the utmost, and a most enjoyable meeting held. ...

    Article : 256 words
  12. Another Suspected Chinese Leper.

    The Mudgee Independent of Wednesday says:—A thrill of horror ran through a section of the community in Mudgee a week or two ago when the news spread abroad that a Chinese leper was at large in ...

    Article : 442 words
  13. Official Correspondence.

    The following official letters have been sent us for publication by Mr. Scobie, M.P.:— Department of Public Works. Sydney, 1st October, 1891. ...

    Article : 161 words
  14. West Maitland Wesleyan Church.

    Another of the "Pleasant Evenings for the People," which the Rev. J. E. Carruthers has so successfully inaugurated in connection with the above Church, took place on Wednesday night, ...

    Article : 242 words
  15. Those Mysterious Letters.

    At the meeting of the East [?]aitland Borough Council a fortnight ago, on extraordinary letter signed W. H. Graham was received by that body and read at the meeting, and no further notice was taken of it, ...

    Article : 482 words

    The auxiliary squadron arived to-day and received great welcome. The sailors suffering from typhoid had been landed at the Quarantine Station. ...

    Article : 22 words
  17. Latest Sporting News.

    The following are training notes from Melbourne: Drizzling rain during the morning proved beneficial by keeping the dust down on the sand track, but on the whole proceedings were uninteresting. ...

    Article : 104 words



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