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  2. NEWS BY THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL[?]

    The following is a summary of news compiled by our correspondent at San Francisco:— AMERICAN SUMMARY. ...

    Article : 1,676 words
  3. MINING NOTES.

    The managers report:— Colvin's Great W[?]stern, Sept 24.—The machinery ls now n[?]rly completed, steam han been up and the engines work smothly. A supply of shaft timber will ...

    Article : 2,305 words
  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The annual horse parade, "under the [?]uspicess of the local Agricultural and Pastoral Society, was held here to-day. There vere 11 exhibits of draught stock, and three ...

    Article : 456 words
  5. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Californian mail brings files of Auckland papers to the 19th inst., from which we take the following items of news:— On the collapse of the stonewall in the ...

    Article : 876 words
  6. BALLARAT.

    There was a very " confused " market this morning in Yonng Band Extended when the two Exchanges met, but whether it was the result of accident or design is not yet ...

    Article : 2,127 words
  7. POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

    A Mongolian of the most vicious stamp, who has passed half his life in penal servitude, named Ah Jim, alias Jimmy Owens, was charged at the City Court on Saturday ...

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  8. THE FOUNDERING OF THE TEUTON OFF THE CAPE.

    From the latest date of the Cape Times received by the Potosi we obtain particulars of the Ioss of the Union Co.'s s.s. Teuton, which has been recorded in our cable messages. It ...

    Article : 1,619 words
  9. CASE OF STABBING.

    A singular case of stabbing was investi gated at the Emerald-hill Police Court last Saturday. The curious part of the affair lay in the south of the accused and his ...

    Article : 435 words
  10. RAILWAY TO ALEXANDRA.

    Sir,—In your issue of the 21st inst appears a telegram from Alexandra, in which it is stated a certain motion was carried by an overwhelming majority. The facts are simply ...

    Article : 479 words
  11. SHIPS TO ARRIVE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 435 words
  12. THE COLAC LIBEL CASES.

    Sir,—As the telegrams of your Colac correspondent are calculated to do us an injury in our business as newspaper proprietors, I am astonished to find you publishing your ...

    Article : 352 words
  13. THE CHINESE BILL.

    Sir,—Your excellent leader in Thursday's Argus deserves, and should receive, the careful attention of every member of our Legislature. We make a great boast of our ...

    Article : 267 words
  14. THE "BLACK WEDNESDAY" VICTIMS.

    Sir,—I do not see any provision made in the estimates for the three weeks salary proposed by the Premier for the above when he was in Opposition. Mr. Servics intended ...

    Article : 163 words
  15. SANDHURST.

    A lunatic named William Knight, who arrived in Sandhurst from Melbourne by the afternoon train on Thursday, in company with his father, ran away from the railway ...

    Article : 141 words
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