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  2. Hunter River Farmers' Association.

    The usual monthly meeting of committee was held on Monday evening last, at the Royal Hotel, Morpeth[?] In the absence of the President (Mr. Mitchell), Mr. Geo. H. Stephens, one of the vice-presidents, ...

    Article : 297 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 139 words

    KITCHEN GARDEN.—Sow beet, carrot, turnip, spinach, peas of different kinds, parsnips, French beans, broccoli, cabbage, Scotch kale, sea kale, Brussels sprouts, broad beans, leeks, onions, celery, radish, cucumber, melons, culinary herbs, &c. ...

    Article : 202 words

    QUITE consistently with their neglect, while they had the opportunity, to offer suggestions to the Premier respecting the application of local option, the temperance reformers now ...

    Article : 1,071 words

    WHITE O[?] ONE SIDE ONLY.—We must remind our friends again that we have great pleasure in publishing their reports of Cricket matches, &c., but cannot do so unless they write on one side ...

    Article : 35 words
  7. East Maitland Police Court.

    (Before Messrs. Addison, P.M., and Mr. W. Eckford, J.P.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE.—James Martin was convicted of having made use of obscene language in High-street, West Maitland, and was fined 20s, or ...

    Article : 117 words
  8. The Maitland Mercury.

    THERE can be no question that the policy of Alexander the Third is reactionary. His declaration in favour of a continued autocratic form of government means adherence ...

    Article : 879 words
  9. Wreck of the Enterprise.

    The schooner Enterprise, 54 tons register, Captain Holyman, belonging to H. R. Reid and Co., of Melbourne, become a total wreck in East Cove, in the Kent's Group, on the ...

    Article : 205 words
  10. Morpeth Police Court.

    ASSAULT AND BATTERY.—Frederick Wilson charged James M. Smith with having unlawfully assaulted and beaten him at Nulla Nulla, on the 26th July. Mr. Chambers appeared for the complainant, ...

    Article : 572 words
  11. Healthy Water for Town Supply.

    Very few cities have gone to more comparative expense than New York did many years ago, to obtain abundant water by a channel and aqueduct, from the Croton Lake, a hill body of water situated ...

    Article : 646 words
  12. The Brighton Railway Tragedy.

    A telegram from London in the San Francisco papers, dated London, June 28, states that when the Brighton railway express train was stopped for the collection of tickets ...

    Article : 289 words

    ACCIDENT TO THE REV. C. WALSH.—We regret to hear that a serious accident happened to the Rev. Charles Walsh, incumbent of St. Luke's Church, Lochinvar, on Tuesday evening. The rev. gentleman ...

    Article : 2,697 words
  14. The New Licensing Bill at Paterson.

    A public meeting, which had been duly called by advertisement in the Mercury, was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Paterson, on Friday evening, to consider amendments in the New Licensing Bill now ...

    Article : 370 words
  15. The Fungus Diseases of Wheat, the Vine, and Coffee.

    Coffee-planters in Ceylon have been suffering serious loss during the past few years from a parasitic fungus, closely allied to rust in wheat, which attacks and destroys the ...

    Article : 654 words

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