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    MUNICIPALITIES.—The all-exciting topic of the last three weeks has been the petitioning for a municipality at Gulgong, a step doubtless in the right direction, if carried out with a fair and impartial spirit, but to make it successful and ...

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    Since mu last there has been a great addition to our population. The new rush to Skipper's Gully is attracting a great number to come and have a look at us, and I trust they may find something to pay them for coming. There are now ...

    Article : 545 words
  4. BOURKE.

    The steamer Exceisior, with a general cargo for the firm of R. N. Hoghes, arrived on Saturday, landed much merchandise, and was then chartered by the same firm to proceed upward to Walgett, if the water permits her thus high to go. ...

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    The quarter sessions opened to-day with a very [?] calendar. Two were tried to-day. One John M'Lean, charged with stealing money, was acquitted. The next cass, Claffey, charged with stealing some harness, was found ...

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    RAILWAY LEAGUE.—The operations of the Clarence and New England Railway League have tended much to adduce abundant evidence of the urgent necessity existing of connecting the New England table land with the Clarence by a ...

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  7. FO[?]BES.

    THE MURDERS OF HOWELL AND PULBROOK.—Two blackfellows have been brought in on suspicion of being implicated in the murders committed last week. Sub-inspector Stevenson and party were on Sunday, on the track of a third ...

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    Reefing and business generally is rather dull at present, although there is some prospect of a reaction owners of property on Surface Hill are now making a move since the old Surface Still Gold Mining Company have made a ...

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    MINES AND MINING.—On this head I have nothing particular to report, beyond the general information that everything appears to be progressing in the most favourable manner. The original Goodrich Co. continuing to crush and ...

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    I have much pleasure in informing you that since my last communication the weather has kept fine, and the roads, which, through the late heavy pluvial visitation, have been in such a wretched state, are drying up fast, and traffic, after ...

    Article : 483 words
  11. MARENGO.

    A meeting of free selectors was held at the Farmers' Arms, Marengo, on the 9th instant, to consider the desirability of bringing under public notice the necessity of effecting certain amendments in the land laws of the colony. Mr. M. D'Arcy ...

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  12. ALBURY.

    At the Police Court, last week, [?] Com[?] were committed for trial, for attempting to murder a brother Celestial. They tied the unfortunate fellow's arms behind him with a rope, filled his mouth with clay, to prevent him from singing ...

    Article : 618 words



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