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  2. WEEKLY CALANDAR.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 101 words
  3. LATE CABLEGRAMS.

    The following late messages have been published in the S. M. Herald. London, Oct. 30. The London Chartered Bank of Australia ...

    Article : 542 words
  4. Morpeth Police Court.

    CRUELLY ILL-TREATING A HORSE.—Stephen Fitzgerald was charged, on the information of Constable Murphy, with having cruelly illtreated a horse by working him with a sore ...

    Article : 198 words
  5. GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR NOVEMBER.

    KITCHEN GARDEN: Sow pumpkins, cucumbers, cauliflowers, vegetable marrows, endive, lettuce, spinach, oclery, peas, rhubarb. Water and shade cucumbers if weather be dry. Earth up celery. Keep all beds free from weeds; and thin plants, ...

    Article : 175 words
  6. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    WRITE ON ONE SIDE ONLY.—We must remind our friends again that we have great pleasure in publishing their reports of Cricket matches, &c., but cannot do so unless they write on one side ...

    Article : 35 words
  7. Outrage at Rewa.

    On Sunday night last an outrage was perpetrated at Toko Toko, on the Rewa River, which in atrocity surpasses anything that, has occurred since the massacre of the ...

    Article : 670 words
  8. The Maitland Mercury.

    VERY soon, the last Parliament under the Electoral. Act of 1858 will be dissolved. Its successor will come into existence under a new law. And the concern of the people should ...

    Article : 1,449 words
  9. Land Surveyed in Anticipation of Selection.

    We have often been assured by Mr. M'Elbone, that Mr. Hoskins is one of the best Ministers of Lands who have held [?]way in the Department. Among Mr. Hoskins's ...

    Article : 669 words
  10. The Missing Boating Party.

    I regret to say that nothing further has been discovered to throw any light on the fate of the missing boat party. Every effort has been made that could be made, but, so ...

    Article : 386 words
  11. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.

    [Herald.]—James Cooper, an old resident, shot himself in the right temple to-day with a revolver. His wife died a short time ago, and Cooper has been drinking ever since. ...

    Article : 660 words
  12. THE GENERAL ELECTION.

    It may not be realised by electors as thoroughly as is desirable that from the moment Parliament is dissolved, their efforts in selecting a new Parliament should begin, ...

    Article : 250 words
  13. Massacre of the Crew of the Borealis.

    This schooner, which left Levuka on the 1st September last, returned to port on Tuesday last with her flag hoisted at half-mast. Great curiosity was excited on shore by this, ...

    Article : 841 words
  14. Sporting Notes.

    The two great events of the V. R. C. are now numbered among the things of the past, and the great son of Yattendon and First Lady, Grand Flaneur, proved how good he is ...

    Article : 198 words
  15. West Maitland Police Court.

    DRUNKENNESS. — Robert Handock was charged with having been drunk in Highstreet, on Tuesday. Senior-sergeant Smith proved the offence, and at the same time bore ...

    Article : 103 words
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