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  2. Our Sydney Letter.

    WEDNESDAY.—The Assembly is not likely to give its assent to the proposed method of borrowing the gigantic sum of £3,000,000, and a very intimate friend of Mr Eagar's says "I understand from the ...

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    FROM Messrs Mandelson and Joseph, Naas, £3 18s; Mr E. Hines Gundaroo, 8s 6d. ...

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    THE communications received from "Anon," "Delta," "B," and "Bushman," shall have our earliest attention. ...

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    THURSDAY.—The only business transacted yesterday at our local police court was a couple of suits for money. James Shipley sued — Herbert for £4 12s 6d. Defendant admitted the claim, and asked time ...

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 90 words
  7. Letters to the Editor.

    DEAR SIR,—In looking over your issue of the 18th instant, I find a paragraph signed "A Lover of Truth," in which the writer states "there are only four free selectors between Braidwood and ...

    Article : 193 words
  8. The Independent.

    RARELY, if ever, in this colony, has a Treasurer's budget been anticipated with such intense interest as that laid before the Assembly the other day by Mr EAGAR. It ...

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    WE have been visited with some fine soaking showers within the last fortnight. And as a natural consequence the crops are looking much better for the timely visitation. ...

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  10. Telegraphic Despatches.

    THE Treasurer has announced the abandonment of the loans negotiations. The land bill is withdrawn on a technicality, and will be shortly re-introduced. ...

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    SEPTEMBER 6.—Your issue has "put in an appearance" among us of the coast in these parts, and I may be allowed to state that the "contents" have been highly spoken of. Perhaps you may admit a ...

    Article : 599 words
  12. Local and District News.

    POLICE COURT.—The only business at our police court on Thursday was the case of a Chinaman who was brought up on two charges, viz., that of stealing goose eggs, and being unlawfully on certain premises. ...

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