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  2. Shocking Mining Accident at Eaglehawk, Victoria.

    A terrible accident, which has caused the death of two miners, named, respectively, Joseph Noble, aged about 45 years, a married man living at Sailor's Gully, who loaves a ...

    Article : 601 words
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  4. St. Mary's Church, West Maitland.

    The following is the order of the musical portion of Divine Service at the above Church to-morrow, being the first Sunday of the month: ...

    Article : 166 words
  5. THE INDIGNATION MEETING AT GOSFORD:

    SIR,—In your issue of 21st instant jour correspondent at Gosford, among other matters—notably, law business all over the district—observes: "The public meeting, after missing fire altogether, on the ...

    Article : 347 words
  6. East Maitland Police Court.

    LARCENCY.—John Howard was brought up in custody, charge with having in the month of December last, at Sydney, stolen a gold watch and chain, the property of David ...

    Article : 78 words
  7. Banquet to Mr. J. A. Gorrick, M.P., at Blue Gum Flat.

    The friends of Mr. J. A. Gorrick, M.P., entertained him at a banquet at Blue Gum Flat, on Tuesday last. The usual loyal toasts and that of the guest were proposed by the ...

    Article : 324 words
  8. THE LAND LAWS.

    SIR,—We see in Tuesday's Mercury Mr. Farnell calls public attention to the sales of land at S[?]oud and Maitland; and in the Gazette sales of land by public auction are announced at various other places ...

    Article : 850 words
  9. A Model Temperance Meeting.

    A temperate temperance society is such an agreeable novelty that something more may very well be said of the Church of England Temperance Society's meeting last night than ...

    Article : 575 words
  10. The Punishment of Youthful Lawlessness.

    Following are the sections of the Criminal Law Consolidation and Amendment Act, to which we make special allusion in our leading columns. ...

    Article : 758 words
  11. UNOPENED STREETS.

    SIR,—There is a reserved occupation road, 33 feet wide, from Regent-street (late Green-street) into Maitland; it was given by the Government to the Waterloo veterans. John-street runs several feet ...

    Article : 267 words
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