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  2. The Australian Cricketers at Leeds.

    On the 23rd August the Australians met Eighteen of Yorkshire and Nottingham, at Yeadon, near Leeds. After a capital game on that day, and the 24th, the Australians ...

    Article : 1,388 words
  3. Farmers' Mutual Association in South Australia[?]

    In South Australia has been started, as we (Australasian) mentioned a fortnight ago, a "Farmers' Mutual Association"—an organisation having much of the ...

    Article : 369 words
  4. The Bermagui Gold Field.

    The steamer Kameruka arrived here at seven o'clock this morning, and, I believe, brought 200 men. I also learn that other steamers are on the way. People are ...

    Article : 276 words
  5. The Melbourne Mint.

    The Melbourne Argus of October 4 contains an article respecting the work, cost, and public value of the Melbourne branch of the Royal Mint. It seems that the Mint was ...

    Article : 268 words
  6. (To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury.)

    SIR,—Allow me through your columns to draw the attention of the ratepayers and others to the way in which High-street at the present time is undergoing repair. ...

    Article : 187 words
  7. Smoky Steam Chimneys.

    A suggestion was made, at the annual meeting of the American Master Mechanics' Association, which is of much interest in all our towns—that is, if it is well founded. The ...

    Article : 191 words
  8. (To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury

    SIR,—In justice to the Nelson's Plains "Reads Trustees" I desire to contradict a statement which appeared in your paper on the 25th September last, as coming from an "Occasional Correspondent," in ...

    Article : 116 words
  9. The African Sheep Bush.

    In a recent notice of the Melbourne Botanic Gardens, the Argus says:—A good opportunity is now afforded those who may wish to experiment with the celebrated ...

    Article : 504 words
  10. (To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury.

    SIR,—In your last Saturday's issue appeared a short report anent the pic-nic to the children of the Public school, at Bishop's Bridge, initiated by the estimable teacher, Mr. Wheeler, and afterwards ...

    Article : 187 words
  11. Hydaulic Pumps beating Steam Pumps.

    The Comstock silver mine, in Nevada, has now been sunk to the great depth of 3000 feet. This was in the Requa shaft. The mountain in which so many silver mines have for so ...

    Article : 195 words
  12. (To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury.)

    SIR,—Notwithstanding the attempt made some little time ago by Sir Henry Parkes to make the educational question the one upon which candidates seeking parliamentary honors were to be accepted or ...

    Article : 1,244 words
  13. LARRIKINISM AT PUBLIC LECTURES.

    SIR,—I see that Mr. Pritchard, for want of better arguments, is anxious to fasten on me a charge of slander. As this charge, though baseless, affects my reputation, I cannot let it pass in silence. I have ...

    Article : 355 words
  14. DISTRICT NEWS.

    Seeing a scrap from this part in an issue of last week, reminds me that it is some time since a letter appeared in your columns from this important village. ...

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  15. Royal Mail Notice.

    Mails, containing letters, packets, and newspapers will be made up at the General Post Office, and forwarded overland to Melbourne, on Wednesday, October 13th, 1880. Mails will close as follows: ...

    Article : 101 words
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