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  2. Country and Mining News.

    MORE INTEREST WAS MANIFESTED in the municipal elections than has been the case for some years. An effort was made to break up what some people call " the clique " in the council; hut, as the ...

    Article : 457 words
  3. MINING MEMS.

    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
  4. IN EQUITY.

    The object of this suit was to compel the defendant Amos to transfer certain conditional purchases to the plaintiff. The facts were rather involved, but it appeared that one John Allen, of Liverpool Plains, ...

    Article : 238 words
  5. COMO, GEORGE'S RIVER.

    ACCIDENTS, unfortunately, have still to be chronicled. Since my last letter a child, named Angus Camphell, was run over and killed hy a cart near the Main Camp. An inquest was hela, and a ...

    Article : 427 words
  6. A BARMEDMAN CRUSHING.

    BARMEDMAN, Thursday.—Jackson and party are pushed hard to find a reef. They have finished a crushing of 8½ loads of quartz for 51oz, of retorted gold. ...

    Article : 61 words
  7. BRADBRIDGE V. VALE OF CLYWYDD CO.

    This was a suit to set aside a vend arrangement made hy the directors of the defendant company, on the ground that it had not been ratified by threefourths of the members of the company in general ...

    Article : 189 words
  8. TIN NEAR SOUTHPORT.

    PORT DARWIN, Thursday.—The discovery has been reported of a tin lode mixed with talo and quartz, in the neighbourhood of the Finnis River, 20 miles from Southport. The exact situation of the ...

    Article : 83 words
  9. Supreme Court Proceedings.

    The well-known case,of Cross v. Pormewan; a matter of a hatter and oats oontraot, came on before the Full Conrt on Thursday. The jury had on the trial roturned a verdict for the plaintiff for £341 18s ...

    Article : 906 words
  10. ADELONG.

    TECHNICAL LECTURE.—Mr. S. Herbert Cox, of the Tephnioal College, Sydney, delivered a lecture in Hodgson's Hall on the origin and distribution of minerals, Monday, the 16th, About 200 persons ...

    Article : 317 words
  11. Insolvency Court.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 359 words
  12. DUBBO.

    EXCITING CAUSES.—During the past fortnight we have had rather, more sundry efforts to work up a little excitement than usual. First was the Mechanics' Institute meeting, then the election of ...

    Article : 903 words
  13. BURROWA.

    THE DEMONSTRATION and banquet to Mr. Slattery were the topic of conversation during the past few days. (A report appears in another column.) NICE RAIN fell here Monday and Tuesday last, and ...

    Article : 143 words
  14. Municipal Elections.

    BLAYNEY.—Alderman J. R. Glasson unanimously elected Mayor. GLEN INNES.—Dr. Wrigley olooted Mayor. PADDINGTON.—At a special meeting of the council ...

    Article : 199 words
  15. BIG MIMOSA.

    SCHOOL.—Our school is giving great satisfaction to parents. The average attendance is about 28 scholars daily. Other schools are greatly needed a few miles from here, there being numerous families ...

    Article : 382 words
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