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  2. NEWCASTLE SHIPPING.

    Corlic, shin, 844. Robertson; to load Co-operative Forest [?] ship, 1154, Dare; loading New Lambton Ravenstomlats, ship, 1182, Jack; loading New ...

    Article : 80 words
  3. Wallsend School of Arts.

    THE FIRST DEBATE in connection with the new building of this institution was held on Wednesday evening last There was a good attendance of members and also of the public.—all of whom evinced the most untiring ...

    Article : 1,382 words
  4. Wallsend Borough Council.

    THE usual fortnightly meeting of this Council was held on Thursday evening last. Present:—The Mayor, Aldermen Abel, Birrelt, [?]ing Curry, Harris, Richardson, and Neilson.—The minutes of last meeting were ...

    Article : 600 words
  5. WARATAH.

    THERE was no business at the police court on Wednesday last, which is something unusual. This is, perhaps, only the calm before the storm, as I can hear of some cases getting ready for next court day.—One case of ...

    Article : 142 words
  6. VESSELS TO LOAD.

    Duke of Edinburgh, barque, 470, Sampson; to load Co-operative Candahar, ship, 1418, M'Kenzie; to load New Lambton ...

    Article : 489 words
  7. HAMILTON.

    THE FRIENDS of Mr. R. F. Watson are exerting themselves to get up a testimonial for presentation to him, as a reward for his honesty and straight for vardness. A meeting was held at Williams' Hotel on Tuesday ...

    Article : 438 words
  8. DISTRICT NEWS.

    THE new small coal box recently erected at the Lambton colliery is now in full work. Messrs. Crondace and Short deserve the highest praise for their ingenuity in the planning of this work, and Mr. R. Cairns, the ...

    Article : 651 words
  9. Local and General News.

    An interestingommunication from our Ballarat correspondent is he[?] over through pressure on our space. ...

    Article : 20 words
  10. NEWCASTLE.

    MATTERS are unusually quiet here and we are touch in the same position as the Yankee, who, living outside of civilization, said there was nothing for him to do but work and wait for death coming. ...

    Article : 240 words
  11. Questionable Procedure.

    A LEADER respecting the Agency General post, and the late curious purchase of useless railway plant,—in type,—is unavoidaly held over. ...

    Article : 22 words
  12. The Pits.

    The Wallsend it were idle two days this week the Co-operative worked Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and were idle on Monday and Friday. ...

    Article : 22 words
  13. B[?]ad W. Coperative Store.

    Shareholder in this company are reminded that a meeting wills held at the Lambton Store, this (Saturday) evenir[?], at the usual hour. ...

    Article : 27 words
  14. Orer of Druids Hamilton.

    It will be [?] by advertisement that thin order will celebrate the [?] anniversary on Saturday next, by a hall and supp[?] at the Queen's Arms Hotel, Hamilton. ...

    Article : 31 words
  15. Oinge Lodge, Lambton.

    By advertisement elsewhere it will be seen that the Orangemen re extending their labours, as the 110th lodge will be opened on Tuesday evening next at Lambton. ...

    Article : 31 words
  16. EXPORT OF COAL.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 153 words
  17. COORANBONG.

    We have been expecting to see something ere this from the gentleman who visited this district from your office, until 1 see what he says about us I will refrain from writing.—Everything is jogging along quietly, but the ...

    Article : 199 words
  18. P[?]testant Hall Company.

    Shareholder and others will observe that a meeting of this company will be held at Mr. Trotter's Hotel, on Tuesday evening, for the settlement of important business. ...

    Article : 29 words
  19. Wallsend Temperance Hall.

    It will be an by advertisement that a public meeting will be he on Tuesday evening next, in the building, to conside[?]e present and future position of the property. ...

    Article : 32 words
  20. The Immigration Question.

    By advertisement elsewhere it will be seen that a public meeting has been convened by the Mayor of Wallsend, to be held, the Assembly Rooms, on Monday evening next, for [?] purpose of petitioning against Mr. ...

    Article : 43 words
  21. Mr. E. H. Hargraves' Claim for the Discovery of Gold.

    By reference to our Parliamentary report elsewhere, it will be seen that the claim of the above gentleman has again been submitted to the Assembly by Mr. CUNNEEN, who moved in the usual form, "that a sum of £7619 be ...

    Article : 334 words
  22. Sports at Greta.

    Lovers efforts are reminded that an opportunity will be present for enjoying themselves an Mr. Geliatly's Hotel, Gia, on Saturday next. The occasion will be varied bygeon shooting, racing, and a quoit match.— ...

    Article : 45 words
  23. ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA.

    I AM sadly in arrears in the ray' of district news. The truth is, I have been so much occupied of late reporting meetings that I have not had time to do anything else. I regret this, as it is so much more comfortable to sit ...

    Article : 1,315 words
  24. Australia for Ever!

    The Newcastle Weekly Chronicle says:—A letter has been re[?]ed in the past week from a pitman who went to Austra twelve years ago to better himself. He reached are with less than five shillings in his pocket, ...

    Article : 60 words
  25. Street Lamps.

    A coar[?] in Sydney foolishly asks, "What are the street lamps for?" The man who does not know what street lamp is for is hardly fit to sit in an editorial hair and mould public opinion. Street lamps ...

    Article : 55 words
  26. Notice to Correspondents.

    WE regret not being able to insert the poetical effusion, "Poor Mack," on account of its personality. Its publication may please the parties concerned, but cannot possibly be of interest to the general public. Under ...

    Article : 46 words
  27. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 318 words
  28. NEW LAMBTON.

    THE NEW LAMBTON School Committee are working energetically in getting up all the evidence possible in favour of the establishment of a public school in New Lambton. A numerous petition has been signed, and ...

    Article : 181 words
  29. Going to Races, &c.

    A [?] clergyman in the course of his discourse last Sunder said it is interesting to observe how many people to the races "just to please the children," and try curious to notice that sometimes it takes ...

    Article : 59 words
  30. The Land Question.

    THE Hamilton Spectator—a paper which, though published in the provinces of Victoria, carries as much weight as the Herald of Sydney, and represents the feelings and ...

    Article : 1,014 words
  31. Certificate Granted.

    In the Insolvency Court, Sydney, on Tuesday, before the Chi[?] Commissioner, in the matter of the insolvent esta[?] of John Miller Sweet, Mr. Wes[?] applied for a [?]ficate. It was stated that [?] debts had been ...

    Article : 51 words
  32. "Sydney Punch."

    The last two numbers are to hand, and our funny contemporary illustrates passing events in his usual good style. The principal illustration represents New South Wales in the person of a young lady waving ...

    Article : 133 words
  33. The Suez Mail.

    The M.S. Nubia, arrived at Adelaide at 10 o'clock on Th[?] morning with the mails and passengers via So[?]mpton and Brindisi. The Nubia left Galle on that inst. The N. S. W. portion of the mails will be ...

    Article : 49 words
  34. MINMI.

    THIS colliery has received a new name since the opening of the tunnels, in future it is to be designated the Duckenfield colliery, an improvement, I think, upon the old name. During the last week a ship arrived in ...

    Article : 195 words
  35. Sale of Timber.

    A[?]cellent opportunity is now afforded to persons who are want of timber for building and other purposes.—Breckenridge advertises in another column the sale one half the cargo of the Alpha; particulars of ...

    Article : 44 words
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