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  3. Death of the Hon. E. Flood.

    OUR telegram notifies the death of the Hon. Edward Flood, M.L.C., a man who has taken a prominent part in the political life of the country during the past 40 years, his advent into politics ...

    Article : 617 words
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    MR. DIBBS has gained his case against the Daily Telegraph. The general impression here was that he would do so, and that impression became very strong at the conclusion of the evidence given by ...

    Article : 786 words
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  7. The Redfern Election.

    THE Redfern election has resulted in favour of Mr. HOWE, by a majority of 850 votes. The most strenuous exertions were made by the Free-trade party to put in their man, and their defeat must ...

    Article : 158 words

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  9. America and Canada.

    THE difficulty which has arisen between the United States of America and the Dominion of Canada is not a pleasant position to contemplate, in view of the unity of English ...

    Article : 608 words
  10. THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner.

    MR. COPELAND, the junior member for Armidale, and also one of the members of the Public Works Committee, has recently posed in what some persons will consider an ...

    Article : 1,172 words

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  12. Green Pork Industry.

    THE sale of green pork at 4½d per lb. is becoming a profitable industry in Victoria as an addition to the bacon and ham business. Farmers occupying 10 acres have gone into the pig business with ...

    Article : 333 words

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  14. Commercial.

    THE fortnightly sales at South Grafton on Saturday were well attended, and nearly every line was sold at satisfactory prices. The benefit of these sales is becoming apparent, but as yet they have ...

    Article : 775 words
  15. Victorian Farm Produce.

    IN speaking to the want of confidence motion in the Victorian Assembly, Mr. WALKES stated that more than £1,000,000 worth of farm produce was annually exported to New South Wales, and the ...

    Article : 166 words
  16. The Melbourne Exhibition.

    THE Exhibition is becoming more organised, though there are several carpenter's shops in active duty still on the premises. The N. S. W. Court begins to assume a much better aspect, the fruits ...

    Article : 382 words
  17. The £10 Episode.

    SIR HENRY PARKES has just made an extraordinary display of virtue. Last week a very simple minded person waited on him in the Colonial Secretary's office, and handed him a letter which contained an ...

    Article : 184 words
  18. Queensland Gold Yield.

    ONE of the Croydon journals gives the total yield of gold for the half-year ending 30th June last taken from machine and mine reports upon the field at 38,233 oz. 5 dwt., and the total for the year ...

    Article : 186 words
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    Improvements at the Heads.— The Member for the Clarence writes that an impression exists amongst some of the people on the Clarence, that steps should be taken to induce the ...

    Article : 587 words
  20. Hospital Ball.

    THE promoters of this Ball, encouraged by the success which attended their efforts last year, have decided upon holding one annually for the benefit of the Grafton Hospital. A meeting was held ...

    Article : 324 words
  21. The Charge against Canon Kemmis.

    THE controversy about the alleged plagiarism by Canon KEMMIS is still being carried on. The Herald has given a contribution thereto by publishing a leading article on the subject. But there ...

    Article : 153 words
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    Court Days for Ulmarra.—At the Police Court yesterday, the P.M. read a communication from one of the Ulmarra justices, requesting his attendance at the Police Court to be held at that ...

    Article : 444 words
  23. Ploughing Matches.

    WE notice that matches are to be held on the same date as the Flower Show, which is a better arrangement than holding them at the end of the present month, as originally intended. This will give ...

    Article : 234 words
  24. The Lands Department.

    THE Hon. Mr. BRUNKER has taken charge of the Lands Department. Before handing it over to the new minister, Sir HENRY PARKES, who had control of it for eight weeks, indulged in a characteristic ...

    Article : 190 words
  25. Abstract of Sales by Auction.

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    Letters Patent. —In the list of those received at the Patent office is that of Frank Foster, Coldstream, for an improved corn-shelling, elevating, winnowing and bagging machine. This ...

    Article : 204 words
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    A SLICE OF THE PROSPECTING VOTE.—The Hon. J. Inglis sent the following telegram to the Express —£971 granted for a prospecting vote, Armidale District. The grants are—Davis and party, Tate's ...

    Article : 195 words
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    Public Works.—A meeting of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works was to have been held on Friday, but, after waiting for half-an-hour, the chairman adjourned the meeting ...

    Article : 131 words
  29. The Premier's Assignment.

    A GREAT effort is now being made by a moneylender in the city to force Sir HENRY PARKES into the Insolvent Court. The individual in question has a claim for £2000 against the Premier. The latter ...

    Article : 169 words



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