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  2. BALLARAT.

    MINING in Ballarat proper is most assuredly [?]'stale flat, and unprofitable," more especially alluvial mining; in fact, many almost wish that the alluvial deposits on the western ...

    Article : 981 words
  3. SERIOUS ACCIDENT.

    Yesterday afternoon a lad named Henry Wilkinson, a son of Mr. Wilkinson, butcher, of Plattsburg, met with an accident which might have resulted with fatal consequences. It appears the lad, in company ...

    Article : 112 words
  4. SYDNEY GOSSIP.

    SYDNEY still stands in its place, though from the hubbub and commotion caused by the Governor's departure without appointing a substitute one would imagine Bedlam or ...

    Article : 997 words
  5. Latest Telegrams.

    The P. and O. Co.'s R.M.S. Nubia, with the Australian mails, arrived at Gaile on the 1st instant. A terrible explosion occurred near Regent's ...

    Article : 132 words
  6. TELEGRAPH LINE FOR LAMBTON.

    By the Gazette of 31st ultimo, we are pleased to notice that the tender of Mr. Kinshela has been accepted for the extension of the telegraph line from Newcastle to Lambton.—We congratulate our ...

    Article : 112 words
  7. ACCIDENTS.

    We regret to record a couple of accidents having occurred since our last issue. On Saturday, a miner named Mahoney, working in the Wallsend pit received severe injuries to his hip hand body ...

    Article : 112 words
  8. BRISBANE.

    Lewis Perkins, while cleaning some per of the machinery of the Wheal Edith[?]m at Stanthorpe, was caught by some of gear drawn in and killed. His body ...

    Article : 25 words
  9. MELBOURNE.

    A case of infanticide was discovered in house in Nicholson-street. A servant won has been arrested. At the inquest on the remains of a ...

    Article : 224 words
  10. IMMIGRATION.

    The Tyburnia, with 325 immigrants, arrived last evening, and the Samuel Plimsoll with 324 immigrants, also for Sydney, has now been out eighteen days. These immigrants come out to the colony under the ...

    Article : 108 words
  11. THE NEWCASTLE SCHOOL OF ARTS.

    Our Newcastle friends seem determined to make the day on which they propose to lay the foundation stone of the new School of Arts a grand gala day, judging from the extensive programme they have ...

    Article : 185 words
  12. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The Wallsend pit has worked every shift since our last issue, but the Co-operative were idle all day on Monday. ...

    Article : 24 words
  13. Original Correspondence.

    [Let it be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. All communications must have the names and addresses of the ...

    Article : 55 words
  14. MR. DOWNING AND OURSELVES.

    Mr. Downing asserts that he is in a position to prove that he has been mine presented in our columns, in reference to what he is reported to have said about ourselves. We, therefore, in justice to him, withhold ...

    Article : 41 words
  15. NEWCASTLE SHIPPING.

    Prince Oscar, ship, 1292, Powell; loading Wallsend Rance, ship, 1264, McLennan; loading Wallsend Ben, Rhyding, ship, 1247, Perren; loading Wallsend Kalahone, barque, 317, Reid; loading Waratah ...

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  16. ATHLETIC SPORTS FOR PRINCE OF WALES BIRTHDAY.

    SIR,—I would advise our Wallsend friends to at once set about making arrangements for a day's sports for the 9th November next (Prince of Wales birthday). According to the rules of the Miners' Union ...

    Article : 143 words
  17. R. F. WATSON V. JAMES WATSON.

    Scene Watson has challenged, through the Maitland Mercury of Saturday, to run Melbourne Watson 200 yards, for £200 or £500. As the latter is in Maitland just now, it is expected that ...

    Article : 34 words
  18. VESSELS TO LOAD.

    Seirra Nevada, American barque, 694, Daw: to load Wallsend Eskdale, ship, 1220, Flynn; to load Wallsend Varunna, ship, 1271, Rowe: to load Wallsend ...

    Article : 252 words
  19. FRENCH DANCERS IN SYDNEY.

    The Evening News says:—Some of the French dancers, whose arrival in the colony of New Zealand as immigrants caused much comment from the Press in the city of Auckland, are present on ...

    Article : 37 words
  20. THE WALLSEND COMPANY'S RAILWAY TO THEIR NEW TUNNEL.

    We are pleased to notice the rapid progress Mr. J. Y. Neilson, the Company's Manager is marking with this work. The timber has all been cut down, and the workmen are now busily engaged in clearing ...

    Article : 56 words
  21. ANDREW HUME AND PARTY.

    The last heard of Mr. Andrew Hume and his party was from the Warrego, when they were all in good health and spirits on the 9th September, determined to prosecute their journey to the end. They have ...

    Article : 65 words
  22. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.)

    SIR,—In your report in Saturday's issue of Waratah miners' meeting held on Wednesday last, I am made to say "That I had seen in the Miners' Advocate that the coal must be lowered, and also ...

    Article : 501 words
  23. THE REV. J. R. TRACKERAY.

    The Rev. Mr. Thackeray resumed his duties as incumbent of St. Pauls, West Maitland, on Sunday, the 27th ultimo. The attendance was not large. It is rumoured that Mr. Thackeray has commenced ...

    Article : 64 words
  24. VESSELS IN HARBOUR.

    Wild Wave, brig, 194, Wilson. Feronia, barque, 315, McWilliams Bosphorous, barque, 320, Cowen Union, barque, 389, Sherlock ...

    Article : 68 words
  25. THE ROADS.

    The operation of grubbing the stumps is still being pushed on, although the wet weather has interfered considerably with the progress of affair. Mr. Alnwick (the Council Clerk) superintends the ...

    Article : 61 words
  26. DEFAULTING RATEPAYERS.

    The Council Clerk for the Wallsend municipality informs us we that there are still seventy-two ratepayers who have an yet neglected to pay their rates, which will make an item of £33. The total ...

    Article : 35 words
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