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  2. NEWCASTLE SHIPPING.

    Corlic, [?] 44, Robertson; to load Co-operative Fere[?] ship, 1154, Dare; loading New Lambton [?]date, ship, 1182, Jack; loading New ...

    Article : 59 words
  3. Waratah Miners Meeting.

    THE usual monthly meeting of the above miners was held in the Rechabite Hall Lambton, on Thursday night, 20th inst.—Mr. P. Grant in the chair.—The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed ...

    Article : 1,608 words
  4. VESSELS TO LOAD.

    Duke of Edinburgh, barque, 470, Sampson, to load Co-operative Candshar, ship, 1413, M'Kenzie; to load New Lambton ...

    Article : 428 words
  5. THE GREAT FOOT RACE FOR £500

    ON Saturday last the above event, which has been the object of much interest throughout the colonies for some time past, was decided on the Belmore Road, West Maitland, in the presence of about 7000 spectators. ...

    Article : 927 words
  6. The Immigration Question.

    OWING to pressure on our space we have not been able to refer to this matter by a leader in the present issue. We have however, read the report of the speeches delivered on the ...

    Article : 258 words
  7. Grand Orange Demonstration at West Maitland.

    THE occasion was celebrated at this place by an excellent programme of sports provided by the Orange Society, and a review of the West Maitland Volunteers by Captain Wilkinson. Notwithstanding the counter ...

    Article : 1,169 words
  8. Newcastle Jockey Club Races.

    THE first day's racing of the May meeting under the auspices of the Newcastle Jockey Club, took place on Monday last, Queen's Birthday, on the Newcastle course, in the presence of about 5000 spectators. The ...

    Article : 1,871 words
  9. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY.

    A SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY says, that in two respects, namely loyalty, and a love for excursion, the citizens of Sydney will yield the pride of place to no people in the world. ...

    Article : 1,015 words
  10. SECOND DAY.—WEDNESDAY, MAY 25.

    THERE were not nearly so many present as on the first day, owing, no doubt, to all the pits being at work; but on the whole the attendance was very good. The weather was all that could be [?] and the visitors ...

    Article : 1,253 words
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