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  2. The Detached Squadron.

    The Bacchante steamed into Port Jackson late on Wednesday evening, and after lying-to during the night just inside the Heads, proceeded on Thursday morning to take up ...

    Article : 1,262 words
  3. The Killing of the Boy near Ballarat.

    At the Geelong Assize Court, on Wednesday, before his Honor Mr. Justice Williams, William Henry Hall, aged 10 years, was charged with having on the 16th June ...

    Article : 762 words
  4. Attempted Assassination of President Garfield.

    By the San Francisco Mail, which arrived [?] morning, we have the account of the [?]ttempt on the life of President Garfield. A Washington telegram to the Alta, dated July ...

    Article : 2,302 words
  5. Jerilderie Agricultural Show.

    The Jerilderie Pastoral and Agricultural Show was held on Thursday. The weather was beautifully fine, and consequently there was a large concourse of people in ...

    Article : 338 words
  6. The Parliament of Victoria.

    The Assembly met this afternoon at half-past 4. The Premier was introduced by Messrs. M'Kean and L. L. Smith. His other colleagues, Messrs. Young, Grant, Graves, ...

    Article : 545 words
  7. Lachlan Pastoral Association.

    The first annual show of the Lachlan Pastoral Association was held at Hillston, yesterday, and was an unqualified success. The attendance was very good. The following ...

    Article : 526 words
  8. Proposed Railway to Cobar.

    A deputation, consisting of the following members of Parliament:—Messrs. R. Barton, Beyers, Brodribb, Burdekin, Burns, Cass, Cooke, Cramsie, Davies, Farnell, Fergusson, ...

    Article : 682 words
  9. Supreme Court.

    This was an action for a libel upon the plaintiff, the Very Rev. Dr. Birmingham, of Wagga Wagga, published in the Evening News, a newspaper of the defendants. ...

    Article : 228 words

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