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  2. The Desiccating-House at the Glebe Island Abattior.

    Yesterday, at noon, the Colonial Treasurer, (the Hon. James Watson), accompanied by several gentlemen, including Mr. M'Govern, patentee of part of the machinery, paid a ...

    Article : 1,252 words
  3. East Maitland Police Court.

    DRUNKENNESS.—Thomas M'Grath was charged with having been drunk in a public street in East Maitland on the 11th instant. He pleaded guilty, and was admonished and ...

    Article : 170 words
  4. The Harvest of various crops in Victoria.

    The weather is becoming very unsettled at a time when steady, fine weather would represent a very large sum of money for the pockets of the class that is likely to need it ...

    Article : 817 words
  5. New South Wales Rifle Association.

    The result of Saturday's shooting was as follows:- The Governor's Match (Volunteer aggregate.—£10, presented by his Excellency ...

    Article : 611 words
  6. TAMWORTH U. C. C. V. NAMOI U. C. C.

    On Saturday last the above clubs were represented by their respective elevens, when "our boys" won by 52 runs—decided by the first innings, as the game was unfinished ...

    Article : 432 words
  7. Northern Jockey Club.

    At a committee meeting of this club held on Monday evening, the advisableness of having a meeting in January was touched upon. After a conversational discussion, it ...

    Article : 281 words
  8. A Great Shearing.

    One of the largest stations in New South Wales (says the Forbes and Parkes Gazette) is owned by Messrs. T. Edols and Co., and few people have any idea of the magnitude ...

    Article : 443 words
  9. Paddington and Woollahra Water Supply.

    It will be remembered that a few months back Mr. Norman Selfe was called upon by the City Council to report upon the whole question of the water-pumping machinery of ...

    Article : 405 words
  10. ABERDEEN ROSETTE C. C. V. GUNDY COMBINED.

    On Saturday, 11th inst., a cricket match was played on the Aberdeen ground between the Aberdeen Rosettes and a combined team from Gundy, Ellerston, and Barnard. There ...

    Article : 532 words
  11. A Tobacco Victim.

    There has been at the Goulburn lockup for the past few days (says the Southern Argus), a youngster who rejoices in the name of Charles Maxwell. Though the guardian of ...

    Article : 539 words
  12. Another Vessel that will not Sink.

    The problem of rendering ships unsinkable has from the earliest times received careful attention from inventors and others, and various propositions for effecting this object have been advanced from ...

    Article : 425 words
  13. The Parnell Policy in Victoria.

    Possibly (writes the Creswick Advertiser) the platform of the Irish Land League may yet be adopted by a large number of selectors in this colony. Parnell and his confederates ...

    Article : 356 words
  14. Victorian Bulls for Queensland.

    A draft of very fine young shorthorn bulls arrived in town on Tuesday from the Western District, on the way to Queensland. They were selected by Messrs. Shaw and Co., ...

    Article : 321 words
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