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  2. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

    SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LAND REGULATIONS.—The following South Australian land regulations, published in April of this year, have bean forwarded to the Herald by Mr. W. A. Brodribb, M.L.A.:—"1. ...

    Article : 1,628 words
  3. SYDNEY MARKETS.

    Wool.—The sales held this week did not include any lots of a character to afford a test of the market but a good deal of wool is now in store and will shortly be submitted, a[?]ter which we shall be able ...

    Article : 2,942 words
  4. A Courtship for 18 Years.

    Mr. Justice Stephen presided on Saturday, July 30, at the trial of an extraordinary action for breach of promise of marriage at the Notts Assizes. Th[?] plaintiff was Jane Willoms Needham, described as a ...

    Article : 310 words
  5. A Popular Song Writer.

    Will S. Hays of Louisville, has made a small fortune by writing songs. Among his popular compositions are "Mollie Darling," "Norah O'Neal," and "Evangeline." But he got no money from the latter, ...

    Article : 425 words
  6. PASTORAL: STOCK MOVEMENTS AND MARKETS.

    NARRABRI STOCK REPORT.—September 29, 1881. —Since our last issue about 1½ inch of rain has fallen, 78 points on Friday last and 56 points on Wednesday, which has had the effect of improving ...

    Article : 1,849 words
  7. IMPOUNDINGS.

    At Manilla, on the 26th day of September, 1881 from Selection, by order of D. Mullane; driving, 10 miles:- Blue roan cow, no legible brand ...

    Article : 342 words
  8. In Trouble.

    "John White, did you ever hear of Christopher Columbus" asked his honor of a labourer who had the rem[?]ants of a big drunk still hanging about him. ...

    Article : 452 words
  9. COLONIAL MARKETS.

    Wool.—There has been but little business transacted; the few sales which have taken place, however, display a firm market with good demand. Telegrams from London have continued to report ...

    Article : 1,050 words
  10. Mortality of Brakemen.

    The brakemen on our railroads find it quite difficult to get their lives insured. It is estimated that there are at least ten brakemen killed throughout the country every day. The reader of the daily newspaper learns ...

    Article : 357 words
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