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  2. Hunter River Farmers' Association.

    On Saturday evening a public meeting was held at Mr. Thomas Herman's hotel, Branxton, in advocacy of the claims of the Hunter River Farmers' Association. The attendance was small. Mr. John ...

    Article : 965 words
  3. Missionary Conference in connexion with the Newcastle Diocesan Synod.

    On Tuesday evening, August 16, the first of what is hoped will be a series of diocesan conferences, was held in the City Hall, Newcastle, in the presence of a very full audience. The conference was arranged ...

    Article : 6,465 words

    SIR,—I have to beg a small space in your valuable paper to correct a grav[?] error, which appears in your issue of the 13th August, and is to be found under the heading of Messrs. Brunker and Wolfe's ...

    Article : 196 words

    SIR,—I have never troubled you with a letter before, but I must do so now to express my indignation at an infamous one that appeared in last Thursday's Mercury, with A.B.C. for a signature. ...

    Article : 547 words
  6. Additional News by the English Mail via Suez.

    On Wednesday we published some telegraphic news brought by the R.M.S. Bokhara, which arrived at King George's Sound on the previous day. When part of the message was through, the Western ...

    Article : 396 words
  7. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 957 words
  8. Arrival of the Steamship Lusitania at Adelaide.

    The Orient Company's steamhip Lusitania, Charlton, master, from Plymouth, via the Cape, arrived to-day, all well.—Passengers: Messrs. T. Butcher, A. R. Hempson, G. R. Lettinte, A. Stone, Lieutenant ...

    Article : 260 words
  9. (To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury.)

    SIR,—In the Mercury's issue of the 11th instant, is a letter signed A.B.C. in my opinion unjustly commenting on the "first essay on the judgment seat" of Edwin Smith, Esq., J.P., and unfairly contrasting ...

    Article : 556 words
  10. West Maitland Borough Council.

    The regular fortnightly meeting of this Council was held in the Council Chamber, High-street, on Friday evening. There were present: Aldermen Wolstenholme, Wilkinson, Pritchard, Falkiner, ...

    Article : 900 words
  11. Coursing at Telarah.

    About two hundred persons were present at the coursing matches of the Hunter River Coursing Club, held at Telarah, on Saturday, the paddock in which the running took place being kindly lent by Mr. J. ...

    Article : 407 words

    SIR,—I regret very much to find your occasional correspondent smarting under the castigating he received last week anent the above subject, and I cannot but smile at his pitiful boyish and feeble ...

    Article : 736 words

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