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  2. Agencies.

    BATHURST.—Mr. J. J. ASHE is appointed Agent from this date for "Bell's Life in Sydney" newspaper, vice Mr WE. R. TRFSS, resigned. ...

    Article : 48 words
  3. The Startling Abduction Case.

    The following case having excited as much interest in our small community as did that of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, Esq., and Miss Turner in a much larger, we have felt it our ...

    Article : 2,083 words
  4. Gold at Fitzgerald's Valley.

    Scarcely a day elapses that reports are not circulated of new discoveries having been made, and with the spirit of exploration which is now abroad we are quite prepared to learn of the ...

    Article : 438 words
  5. A CURE FOR LOVERS.

    "I'll take this deadly poison," William cried, "Unless Louisa do bcome my bride." "And I," said Louy, "for my William's sake, Unless he wed me, will a potion take." ...

    Article : 150 words
  6. PIONEER RACE COURSE.

    In the above match much sport was anticipated, from the fact that both horses are well known in this "burg," and each has troops of friends and backers. Ito, to our eye, was in ...

    Article : 810 words
  7. Original Correspondence.

    Gentlemen,—The following article, extracted from a London paper, contains in its[?] narrature so many analagous features to a "Case of Hardship" recently inflicted upon a worthy ...

    Article : 327 words
  8. TUESDAY.

    The proceedings were renowed at one o'clock by the examination of Emma Blake, who deposed as follows—I am the wife of Thomas Blake, and the mother of ...

    Article : 1,147 words
  9. TURON.

    Since my last communication I have done very little in the way of gold-finding. My time has been principally occupied in examining the Warrangunia, but better known as the Crudine ...

    Article : 1,572 words
  10. RACING IN 1825 AND RACING IN 1850;

    It is notorious that the second quarter of the present century has been more prolific of discoveries and improvements, extending over land and water, than any other-period of the same ...

    Article : 1,578 words
  11. TURON DIGGINGS.

    The following communication from the Government Geologist, Mr Stutchbury, to Mr Commissioner Hardy, was posted opposite Mr Meyer's store, as formerly stated, by our ...

    Article : 193 words
  12. English Sporting and Miscellaneous Gleanings.

    THE IMPROVEMENTS ON CUESTER COURSE.—Mr E. W. Topham is actively engaged in effecting many improvements on the Rhodee. The running ground in various parts is undergoing the ...

    Article : 778 words
  13. OPHIR.

    Many parties are leaving for the Turon to search the spots pointed out in Mr Stutchbury's letter to Mr Hardy, to which I referred in my last. Fortune has again smiled on a very large ...

    Article : 74 words
  14. A FEW FACTS.

    The gold procured by Gor[?]inge (the Carcoar blacksmith) and his party was purchased on Wednesday last by Me[?]rs Solomon and Co. for £280 17[?]. Its weight was 94[?]. 5dwt[?]., and it ...

    Article : 361 words
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