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  2. Dreadful Tragedy.

    A fearful and horrible tragedy occurred this morning early, near Jindera, at a shanty kept by an aged man named Martin Menz, who for some time past had allowed a man ...

    Article : 1,896 words
  3. Fatal Encounter with a Shark.

    On the afternoon of Thursday, 25th November, Victor and Alexey Drury, with three companions, went down to a rocky point in Petrie's Bight, just below Mr. Drury's ...

    Article : 838 words
  4. Course of Post to and from Melbourne.

    As there is a large business connection between Maitland and other northern towns and Melbourne, we publish the following time table for general information, which ...

    Article : 897 words
  5. MAIL EXTRACTS.

    A man who lives in Allen canon, near Denver, has for several years been hewing and blasting on the granite knob of a mountain, endeavouring to give it the shape of a human head. He thinks ...

    Article : 634 words
  6. The Brutal Murder of Miss Dobie.

    The following particulars of the dreadful outrage at Opunake, New Zealand, briefly noticed by telegram, are taken from the New Zealand Herald: ...

    Article : 2,959 words
  7. Murder near Bathurst.

    With reference to the case of the dead body of a woman, name unknown, having been found in a wheat paddock, situated on the road from Raglan to Bathurst, it is ...

    Article : 311 words
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