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  2. The Tree Question.

    Our readers who desire to keep themselves acquainted with the progress made in removing trees from the face of the earth, in various countries, will find some information of ...

    Article : 448 words
  3. The Maitland Mercury.

    The S. M. Herald of yesterday publishes the following cable messages:- London, Nov. 26. Mr. Nicholson of Tasmania has devised a ...

    Article : 121 words
  4. LOCAL NEWS.

    THE SECOND SHERT OF THE "MKRCURY."—The second sheet of this day's paper contains: Advertisements; Telegraphic News; Mr. Charles Bright and the Religion of Magic; District News—Morpeth, ...

    Article : 1,921 words
  5. District Election Telegrams.

    The nomination is just over. The show of hands was in favor of Mr. Henry Levien. We gather from our correspondent's telegram that Mr. Sydney Burdekin was also nominated, but there must have ...

    Article : 391 words
  6. Late Te[?]egraphic News.

    Following are the principal telegraphic items in the Herald of yesterday: ARMIDALE. Thursday. ...

    Article : 597 words
  7. MAIL EXTRACTS.

    A great amount of damage was done at the Crystal Palace last week by the bursting of one of the large tanks which supply the fountains. The tank was being filled, and had eighteen feet of water in it when ...

    Article : 1,863 words
  8. Climbing Hills by Railways.

    The advantages of what are called "inclined railways," in facilitating travel up and down a hill, are strikingly shown in the busy "iron" town of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. It ...

    Article : 397 words
  9. District Telegrams.

    Shea[?]ing at Brindley Park concluded yesterday. There is to be a cricket match there to-day, when the teams will be chosen from local squatters, selectors, shearers, and townsfolk. A bountiful ...

    Article : 492 words
  10. LATEST CABLEGRAMS.

    The proclamation doclaring the City of Berlin in a state of siege, in consequence of the prevalence of socialist opinions and the secret operations of the organisation, has been prolonged. The necessity for ...

    Article : 78 words
  11. A Serious Affray at CollingWood.

    Yesterday afternoon, says the Melbourne Argus of Nov. 23, a serious affray occurred in Hoddle-street, Collingwood. Shortly before 1 o'clock a mob consisting of some 30 larrikins entered the Victoria ...

    Article : 339 words
  12. Melbourne Wool Market.

    The Australian Mortgage and Agency Company report:—We had a very successful wool sale to-day. We catalogued 2270 bales,—mostly lots from five to 20 bales. Biddings were rather irregular, but lively, ...

    Article : 79 words
  13. Intercolonial Rifle Match.

    The Intercolonial Bifle Match was fired to-day, at the Williamstown butts, and won by the Victorians by 129 points. The scores were: Victoria, 2780; New South Wales, 2651; South Australia, 2631; ...

    Article : 208 words
  14. Latest Sydney Markets.

    Messrs, C. P. Humphris and Co. report:—Hides, 4d per lb,; pigs firm at good prices; hay very dull. Messrs. J. N. Meiklejohn and Co. report:—Prime hay, £2 to £2 10s per ton; oaten hay, £3 to £4; ...

    Article : 103 words
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