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    The now Mayor has issued a regulation that [?] 'buses are to go down Queen-street',on Saturday nights. The 'bus drivers have refused to comply with the regulation. It is probable that legal ...

    Article : 163 words
  3. Collision at Sea.

    The steamer Glenoebil arrived on Sunday afternoon, having left London on december 21. On January 20, after having left the Cape of Good Hope, the steamer ran into the whaler ...

    Article : 102 words
  4. New Timber Regulations.

    A mass meeting will be held this afternoon, on the show ground, to protest against the new timber regulations., Hundreds of families will be affected if the mills have to be closed, as they ...

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    Typhoid feyer is prevalent in the city and suburbs just now, and several deaths have occurred. The house surgeon says that there are over 20 cases in the hospital. ...

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  6. George's Fresh Water River.

    George's fresh water river at the dam has completely dried up. A large number of men will bE thrown out of employment; This will entail a loss) of £300 per week to the town. Mr. Hugh ...

    Article : 92 words
  7. Shocking Death.

    A terrible and fatal accident happened to a young man named Henry Vickery, of Fishery Creek, near Maitland, on Friday last. It appears that the deceased and a man named Sheehy were ...

    Article : 111 words
  8. Supposed Murder near Armidale.

    The police have received information that a murder was committed near Bendemeer on Wednesday night. It appears that three blackfellows went into Bendemeer and got drunk. Shortly after ...

    Article : 111 words

    It is rumoured that Sir William Des Voux will succeed Sir William Jervois as Governor of New Zealand. ...

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  10. Water Famine in Victoria.

    In consequence of a water famine, which prevails in some portions of the flat country between Sandhurst and Echuca, the Water Supply Department is letting off 6,000,000 gallons of water from ...

    Article : 111 words
  11. Nyngan Progress Committee.

    The election of the progrees committee took place here last night, and considerable interest was taken in the proceedings. There were 17 candidates in tho field, of whom the following were ...

    Article : 67 words
  12. Scots Church Troubles.

    A meeting of gentlemen connected with the Scots Church congregation was held on Tuesday afternoon in the Exchange, to make arrangements for a series of serrices, extending over the next 12 ...

    Article : 117 words
  13. District Circuit Courts.

    Judge Dowling presided at the Quarter Sessions in Parramatta on Friday. Mr. Clarke Irving appeared for the Crown. Only two cases wore set down for hearing, both from the Ponrith district. ...

    Article : 203 words
  14. The Confessed Murderer.

    With reference to Gordon, the prisoner at Brisbane, who has made a confession of a murder at Castlemaine many years ago, it is reported that Dr. Malcolm, an old resident, recollects a body ...

    Article : 61 words
  15. The Rabbit Pest.

    Another difficulty threatens to arise in connection with the destruction of the rabbits. The secretary of the Shire of Wyndham complained to the Central Board of Health, at a recent meeting, ...

    Article : 183 words
  16. Port Macquarie Show.

    The Port Macquarie Show was opened to-day under favourable auspices. There are nearly 700 exhibits. Mr. J. H. Young, M.L.A., opened the snow, when about 300 persons were present. It ...

    Article : 246 words
  17. The Geelong Murder.

    Judge Holroyd delivered his first sentence of death at Geelong assizes this morning, on John Hunr, found guilty of the murder of the young man John Redden. Hunt, in reply to the usual. ...

    Article : 146 words
  18. Railway Flood at Cootamundra.

    Late on Tuesday night the Commissioner of Railways received information from the Cootamundra rilway station intimating that the temporary line which was constructed over the gaps caused by the ...

    Article : 791 words
  19. Narrow Escape of the Premier.

    Mr. Stuart (Premier of New South Wales), with Mrs. and Miss Stuart, who are visiting Wakatipu, had a narrow escape from a serious buggy accident, on Friday. They were driving ...

    Article : 95 words
  20. Gundagai Railway.

    A large and enthusiastic public meeting was held on Wednesday night. Mr. J. W. Benson, 'J.P., chairman of the progress committee, presided. Resolutions were passed unanimously ...

    Article : 162 words
  21. Midwife and Laudanum.

    In Pakenham, Mrs. Stone, 22 years of age, who was married 10 months ago, was attended during her confinement by Mrs. Thompson, the wife of a bootmaker. She is reported to be an experienced ...

    Article : 148 words
  22. Large Fire in Lismore.

    In the fire which occurred in Woodlark-street on Tuesday night eight houses were burned to the ground, including the premises of Messrs. Lockett, ironmonger 5 Jones, tobacconist; ...

    Article : 143 words
  23. Latest Mining Telegrams.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—The moulders at the Moonta mines have struck on account of a reduction having been made in their wages. ...

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  24. The Janevale Murder.

    James M'Kenna was tried in Maryborough on Saturday on the charge of the murder of Margaret Sullivan, in Janevale, on November 20. The particulars were disclosed at the time when he was ...

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    BRAIDWOOD, Tuesday.—Glorious news continues to arrive from Settler's Flat, Little River, where the reefs are being vigorously worked. The Day Dawn claim, which is in the same line of reef as the Earl ...

    Article : 103 words
  26. Forbes Show.

    The Farmersand Free Selectors' show, which was opened on Wednesday, proved to be the best which has ever been-hold, by the association. The attendance, especially of country residents, was ...

    Article : 143 words

    PARKES, Tuesday.—Quale and party have about 1800oz of amalgam, the result of a crashing of 150 tons of quartz. The crushiug is not half finished yet. ...

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    For some years Emma[?]ille (bettor known as Vege-table Greek) has been the centre of the tin mining industry, of the colony. The total output of tin for 1883 amounted in value to £824,552. Fully one ...

    Article : 331 words

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