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  2. Notices to Correspondents.

    [?] TO ADVERTISERS.—Orders for alteration or with drawal of advertisements cannot be attended to after Ten a.m. on Thursdays. No advertisements can be received after Nine p.m. on Thursdays. In all cases ...

    Article : 1,309 words

    THE annual report for 1879 of the Department of Mines, New South Wales, is full of interesting and valuable information. The first important table which we ...

    Article : 1,207 words
  4. Letters to the Editor.

    SIR,—In year issue of September 4, a correspondent signing himself "William E. Armit" distinctly contradicts my statements re shooting of gin Cass[?]e, and accuses me of harboring the ...

    Article : 1,467 words
  5. How we Civilise the Blacks in the Cook District.

    SIR,—It is to be trusted that a change in the method of treating the aboriginals will be the outcome of the discussion which has been raised in your columns. Remember, however, that if the ...

    Article : 901 words
  6. Mining Notes.

    CHARTERS TOWERS.—From the Northern Miner we learn that the Day Dawn Extended Company's shaft Is down over 100 ft, and sinking is being continued through a hard country. In the ...

    Article : 650 words



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