We take the following late Cable messages from the Herald:- Paris, May 1. Later intelligence received to-day from the ...Article : 121 words
"It is to be regretted that a spirit of apathy should, apparently, prevail amongst those most interested—viz., the graziers." Thus concluded a notice in our last of the ...Article : 1,202 words
Since the outrages of the Kelly gang special interest attaches to any outbreak of crime in the North-eastern district. Neither the police nor the public are satisfied yet that ...Article : 419 words
The foundations of the addition to the General Post Office, in Pitt-street, are approaching completion. Some delay has occurred in consequence of provision having to be ...Article : 1,280 words
The P.M.S.S. City of New York anchored at the Heads, and signalled for the health officer. She reported three slight cases of measles after starting, but all are ...Article : 204 words
The Forbes Times of April 30 publishes a letter received by Mr. M. Crowe, of Forbes, from Mr. Donald Matheson, brother to Mr. George(Matheson, who was killed some years ...Article : 561 words
A great gathering of aboriginals, partaking somewhat of the nature of a festival, is (says the Burrangong Argus) at present going on at Morangorell. About 70 of the sable ...Article : 655 words
The following lots were disposed of by Mr. Clibborn on the second day of the sales:- A bay filly, foaled August 22, by Artist out of China Rose, by Angler out of Nathalie, by ...Article : 906 words
On Tuesday, at noon, the nomination of Councillors to serve in the Maitland District Council for the ensuing three years, in the room of Messrs. Richard Cracknell and ...Article : 753 words
SIR—As your Dungog correspondents have made reference to a new building in this town, whose owner or son is seeking a license for the same, I beg to say that I am of opinion ...Article : 393 words
The second match of the second series of matches in connection with the above club, took place at the rifle range, East Maitland, on Saturday last, the 30th ult., at two p.m. ...Article : 273 words
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