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  2. Mount Rat.

    In our news letter for this month, I fear there will not be much t-i interest the many who read your valuable paper. Our out-of the-world place is so small, that were it not ...

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    P. B. For, the unsuccessful colonist, has been committed for trial for forging a cheque in the Hon. C. Mann's name and uttering valueless cheques signed ...

    Article : 142 words
  4. Berry Sympathisers.

    SIR—In your last issue T observe that yon state that there are some Kelly sympathisers in this district. Many of us have been aware of this fact for some time, as we often hear ...

    Article : 101 words
  5. Arithmetical.

    Sir—My answer to Finis is 25. Yours, &c., Clara Chapple, Emma Page Emma Snall, Annie Vickray, and [?] Hollands give the ...

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    There has been a large increase in mortality at Mauritius. The Pasha of Egypt is sending a large quantity of sugar manufacturing ...

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    Mr. Daniel Tallerman, who has been or along time so closely identified with the Australian preserved meat industry, has failed. His liabilities are said to ...

    Article : 1,788 words
  8. Magistrates Court, Maitland.

    William Taylor, was charged with feloniously breaking into a dwelling-house at Clinton, and robbing his employer of certain articles of clothing valued from £5 to £6, ...

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    The Editor does not hold himself responsible for the opinions expressed by his Correspondents.] ...

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  10. Our Representatives.

    SIR I was fully persuaded when I saw the way that Mr. Farner and the Government treated the piece of work for connecting the tramway with the Moonta Jetty, ...

    Article : 342 words
  11. Auburn.

    It is not often the serenity of the Auburnities is disturbed by the visit of a number of pick-pockets. Three of the above-mention. gentry were apprehended on Thursday, ...

    Article : 391 words
  12. Our Paris Letter.

    This time last year we were occupied with the Exhibition, and counting the representatives of royalty which had accepted the “hospitality” of the Republic. At present ...

    Article : 1,195 words
  13. Members of Parliament and their Constituents.

    SIR I have heard the question mooted on the Mine lately as to how far a member of Parliament should go in opposition to his constituents. or whether he should at any ...

    Article : 343 words
  14. Maitland.

    The good people of Maitland and the district generally ought to feel grateful to Mr. R. Cottrell J.P., inasmuch as he has lately been to Adelaide and obtained from the ...

    Article : 481 words



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