[Herald.]—A man named Noonan, working in Eskbank pit, fell and broke one of his thighs this morning. HILL END. ...Article : 2,106 words
A meeting of "sympathisers with Mr. Charles Stewart Parnell," was advertised to be held last night at the Haymarket Reserve. At half-past 7, the appointed hour, a crowd ...Article : 750 words
At the races in Auckland, on Boxing Day, a fearful accident occurred which is thus described in the N. Z. Heral[?]—"In the race for the Cup, Mr. Walters' [?]e Libeller was ...Article : 332 words
About 3 o'clock on Tuesday morning a fire broke out in premises situated in George-street, Redfern, occupied by Messrs. Garton and Corner, boot manufacturers, and spread ...Article : 555 words
Tattersall's was well attended last evening, when the following [?]ums were paid over to the winners at the [?]ate meeti[?]g:—Mr. W. Kite, £550; Mr.T.Chirnside, £185; Mr. J. ...Article : 377 words
On Saturday last a large number of excursionists availed themselves of the holiday to visit Newport, which is situated at the head of Pittwater, about three hours steam from ...Article : 796 words
A paper laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly last session shows that there is not that spirit of harmony existing in some of the Government departments which is to be ...Article : 563 words
The Marquis de Ray's difficulties in connection with his New Ireland colonising scheme are certainly not at an end. No sooner has one trouble been tided over than ...Article : 385 words
[?]AMTON PUBLIC SCHOO[?] [?] the 24th December, the [?] [?]zes to the children atten[?] [?]blic School, took place, ...Article : 29 words
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