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    It has been raining steadily all day. The body of the man found yesterday in the harbour has been identified as that of Henry Carbis, a licensed waterman. An inquest will be held ...

    Article : 472 words
  3. The New Land Bill for South Australia.

    The Amending Land Bill has been introduced, and after reading its provisions no one can say that South Australia is far behind any of her sister colonies in her ...

    Article : 457 words

    A MIGHTY PIG.—Here is something like a pig Mr. F. Pool of Cranbourne (Vic.), has a two-year old pig of the following dimensions:—7ft. 8 inches long, 3 ft. 8 inches high, 7 ft. 6 inches round the barrel, ...

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    Oct. 19.—Daniel Larratt, of Walgett, carpenter. Liabilities, £64 13s. Assets, £9 10s. Mr. S[?]mpill, official assign[?]e. 1[?].—W. M. Russell, of Goulburn, commission ...

    Article : 37 words

    KANGAROOS ON TRINKEY STATION.—Some years ago we published a description of a kangaroo drive on a large scale on Trinkey Station. Preparations are on foot, we are told, for another battue on a ...

    Article : 860 words

    A memorial is being extensively signed by the leading stockbrokers and financial agents, urging the desirableness of converting debentures and other bonds, which are at present unregistered—that ...

    Article : 134 words
  8. The Prevention of Virulent Diseases.

    One of the most promising discoveries, since Jenner's day, in connection with the nature and treatment of virulent diseases, has recently been made by the eminent investigator of microscopic life, M. Pasteur. ...

    Article : 425 words
  9. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 317 words
  10. Sydney Wool Market.

    Messrs. Brunker and Wolfe report:—The wool sales to-day were fairly attended. We sold the ATJ over Turee clip, 135 bales in grease, at 10¼d; sheepskins, full-woolled, sold up to 7½d. ...

    Article : 50 words
  11. Melbourne Wool Market.

    Messrs. R. Goldsbrough and Co. report:—We catalogued four thousand bales of wool to-day. Biddings were very spirited at firm prices. Greasy realised 8d to 13?d,—the latter price for Gobbagumbalin ...

    Article : 49 words
  12. District Telegrams.

    A man named Edward Ryan was arrested last night by the police on suspicion of poisoning the racehorse Starlight. The case occupied the Court all day, and has been postponed until Friday next, bail ...

    Article : 141 words
  13. (To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury.

    SIR,—Your report[?]r has given a very full and fair report of my speech at Muswellbrook in your issue of the 12th. Will you kindly allow me space to explain what I ...

    Article : 475 words

    JOHN DENT V. P. QUINN.—Breach of the peace. Plea, not guilty. John Dent, sworn, deposed: I am a mechanic, residing at Wangat; the information read is true, and the ...

    Article : 1,752 words
  15. Earthquakes and Volcanic Eruptions.

    The month of July has been characterized by seismic disturbances of more or less severity over many and widely separated regions. In the fore part of the month an earthquake at the Island ...

    Article : 698 words
  16. Warialda Jockey Club Races.

    Following are the nominations for the Town Plate Handicap and Jockey Club Handicap:- TOWN PLATE. First Lady Orphan Boy ...

    Article : 77 words
  17. (To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury

    SIR—I wish to draw your attention to an error made in your report of the Flower and Poultry Show. In section No. 9, Poultry—Dorking, any colour—I, as one of the judges, know that the prize was awarded ...

    Article : 76 words



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