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  2. Country and Mining News.

    MUNICIPAL.—The eleventh meeting of this council for the present year, for the purpose, if possible, of electing a mayor, was held last Tuesday, at the chambers, when Mr, Hugh Taylor and Mr, Dixon were proposed as candidates. On the ...

    Article : 326 words
  3. TELEGRAMS.

    Tuesday.—The schooner Marchioness of Lorne picked up a light skiff outside Sydney Heads last Sunday morning; name "Ann" on stern. ...

    Article : 26 words
  4. HILL END.

    Tuesday.—The bridle track mail from Bathurst to Hill End was sent by the coach by mistake. A miner named Joseph Pearte was killed this morning, in Tallentine and Beard's ...

    Article : 32 words
  5. BATHURST.

    Saturday.—Three hundred and fifty people at the tea-meeting to welcome the Rev. Canon Smith, last evening. An address from the church-wardens and the secretary of a public ...

    Article : 159 words
  6. HILL END.

    Without any particular topic of interest to communicate outside of mining matters I shall give you what may be more to the purpose, the state of the miners, and what has been doing at the batteries. ...

    Article : 688 words
  7. GOULBURN.

    Wednesday.—There was much excitement amongst farmers and millers on receipt of the "Goods-rate sheet," this morning, showing an increase in the charge for the carriage ...

    Article : 53 words
  8. HAY.

    Wednesday.—A Lower Merrowie squatter is attempting, with, armed men, to cut the upper dams, 'the owners of which are determined to resist. Life may be lost. Legislation is ...

    Article : 30 words
  9. ALBURY.

    Monday.—The election for the Hume took place to-day. The majority for Mr. Thomas Robertson is 170 over Mr. Asher. Several other returns from distant parts of the ...

    Article : 49 words
  10. BALRANALD.

    Monday.—St. Barnabas' Anglican Church was opened last Sunday. The Rev. W. H. H. Yarrington, the incumbent, preached to a large congregation. ...

    Article : 22 words
  11. ADELAIDE.

    Tuesday.—Splendid gold specimens ex Bengal, from Westcott's claim, Tam Creek, are shown to-day. Captain Watts, late Postmaster, formerly Aide-de-camp to Governor ...

    Article : 137 words
  12. BRISBANE.

    Saturday.—The escort left Georgetown for Cardwell on Tuesday with 8444oz gold. Over seventy-two tons of ore have been received from Warwick during the week. It is reported that ...

    Article : 122 words
  13. ORANGE.

    The bazaar held for the purpose of lessening the debt on St, Joseph's Roman Catholic Church proved to be much more successful than was anticipated, and the committee of management have, through the local press, conveyed their thanks ...

    Article : 666 words
  14. MELBOURNE.

    Saturday—Shilling permits will be issued for passing trading stock across the Border. The Bangalore (s), cleared with 50,000oz gold, £14,000 specie, and a large number of ...

    Article : 789 words
  15. HOBART TOWN.

    The wife of the Governor of Tasmania will leave for Sydney by next steamer on a visit to the Honourable Lady Robinson. ...

    Article : 24 words
  16. GABLE MESSAGES.

    London, March 26th. — Lord Kimberley, Minister for the Colonies has promised he will introduce a bill to amend the Australian constitutions, so as to facilitate ...

    Article : 1,520 words
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