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  2. Course of Post to and from Melbourne.

    As there is a large business connection between Maitland and other northern towns and Melbourne, we publish the following time table for general information, which ...

    Article : 214 words
  3. Paterson Races.

    The committee of the newly-formed Paterson Jockey Club were favored with beautiful weather on the occasion of their first meeting on Saturday last. The racecourse ...

    Article : 413 words
  4. Hunter River Agricultural and Horticultural Association.

    The first quarterly meeting of the Committee of this Association was held in the Council Chamber, High-street, West Maitland, in consequence of Fullford's Hotel (the ...

    Article : 1,278 words
  5. The Maitland Mercury.

    THERE was convened in London in August an International Medical Congress, at which some of the most illustrious medical and biological scientists of the world attended. ...

    Article : 974 words
  6. The Opera Company.

    On Saturday evening the Montague-Turner Opera Compay gave their patrons another change in the shape of a Comic Opera, which only served to show that the Company are ...

    Article : 1,056 words

    Sept. 27.—Michael Mead, of Burrowa, road contractor. Liabilities £208 1s 1d; assets, £23. Mr. Lyons, official assignee. 28.—Charles Lovelook, of Wexford-street, Sydney, grocer. Liabilities £180 4s 10d. Assets, £36 11s 6d. Mr. Lloyd[?] ...

    Article : 337 words

    SAUCHIE HOUSE SCHOOL CADETS.—Yesterday morning a portion of this cadet corps, under the charge of Captain Fraser and Serjeant Baum, their drill instructor, left Maitland en route for Breeza, near Gunnedah. They have gone into camp ...

    Article : 2,726 words
  9. DIST[?] N[?].

    LECTURE ON LIFE ASSURANCE.—Mr. Davidso[?], travelling agent for the Mutual Life Assurance Association of Australasia, visited this district, with Dr. Howe, of ...

    Article : 613 words

    A tramway collision occurred on the Randwick line yesterday evening by two trains meeting on a single line of rails. The front of one car was [?]m[?]ehed in; a boy had two thighs fractured and ...

    Article : 936 words

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