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    A MEETING of the Bullion Mining Company (No-Liability) was held on Thursday afternoon, at the Uralla Hotel, Uralla. Mr. Blomfield was unanimously chosen ...

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,342 words
  4. Wide-awake Boys.

    GENERAL Grant is reported as having told a story lately to illustrate how much circumstances had to do with making a man's fortune. When a boy, he stated, ...

    Article : 374 words
  5. The Late Mr. James Glass.

    THE following short notice of the abovenamed gentleman, whose death we recorded last week, cannot but prove acceptable to his many and attached friends, ...

    Article : 527 words
  6. Supposed to be Dead.

    THE following extraordinary incident is related in the BALLARAT STAR:— On Friday, November 18, a well-known resident of Ballarat received no less than three ...

    Article : 306 words
  7. Conviction of James Kelly.

    AT the Wagga Wagga Quarter Sessions on Saturday last, James Kelly was found guilty of horse-stealing, and Wild Wright was acquitted. The correspondent of ...

    Article : 419 words
  8. The Holy Well at Mecca.

    IN Friday's issue we (ECHO) published a telegram relating to the fearful cholera epidemic at Mecca, where a daily average of 500 deaths is reported. The following ...

    Article : 369 words

    A DRUNKARD was fined 5s., in default, 24 hours in gaol. (At 10.30) T. D. Curry v. Richard Golden.—Mr. ...

    Article : 445 words
  10. Testing the Railway Bridges and Viaducts.

    ON Wednesday, the 16th instant, an important step was taken towards the final acceptance by the Government of the contract for the Railway from Tarn worth to ...

    Article : 702 words
  11. To the Editors of the Armidale Express.

    GENTLEMEN—Kindly permit me, through your open column, to draw attention to a breach of faith on the part of a Dramatic Company now performing in Armidale. ...

    Article : 227 words
  12. Lost in the Bush for Seventy Days.

    THE LAUNCESTON EXAMINER relates that, on the first September last, Mr. Henry Gee, of Launceston, left on a prospecting expedition in the vicinity of Mount ...

    Article : 487 words
  13. Death of a Journalist.

    TUESDAY week's YASS COURIER says:—On Saturday last passed away to his wellearned rest the founder and (since its commencement) conductor of this journal. ...

    Article : 416 words
  14. A Voyage Fall of Incident.

    THE voyage of the Sir Jamsetjee Family from Sweden to Melbourne (says the ARGUS) has not been altogether devoid of incident. On the second day out ...

    Article : 241 words

    WE have received the following correspondence from Mr. W. C. Proctor. M.L.A.:—General Post Office, ...

    Article : 733 words
  16. The Confession of Faith.

    WE learn from the MELBOURNE ARGUS that on Tuesday afternoon the case of Mr. J. C. Stewart was discussed by the Presbyterian General Assembly, and ...

    Article : 222 words



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