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  2. MURRURUNDI.

    [?] [?]ere last night. It has been raining for a week; but almost incessantly since Saturday morning, at which time the Page had not risen much. During the night the river kept rising so rapidly that Dr. Gordon removed a portion of ...

    Article : 1,446 words
  3. DINNER TO THE BATHURST AND SINGLETON VOLUNTEERS.

    A DINNKR was given last night, by the members of No. 2 Company Sydney Buttalion Volunteers, to members of two rifle companies with whom they shot a match at the Paddington butts yesterday, and who were composed of Captain Paul ...

    Article : 2,185 words
  4. THE TRIPLE MURDER AT PIAMBONG CREEK

    Thomas Breen, a man of about 41 years of age, was charged with having, at Piambong Creek, on the 10th instant, murdered William Robinson, James Green, and a German, whose name was supposed to be Stein. ...

    Article : 2,416 words
  5. FIRST INNINGS OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 474 words
  6. THE REGATTA.

    The Regatta to celebrate the Eighty-Sixth Anniversary of the foundation of the colony, took place yesterday; but in consequence of the conter-attractions at the Albert Ground, there is no wonder it surpassed in dullness and former regatta ...

    Article : 1,328 words
  7. PARRAMATTA.

    MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.—The revision court was held at the Council-chambers, on Friday last, at 9 o'clock in the morning. All the aldermen were present, There were ninety-seven appeals, all of which were allowed. ...

    Article : 406 words
  8. THE DOMAIN.

    The Sydney Murine Benefit Society celebrated their first anniversary by a gathering in the Government Domain. A procession, numbering some 200 or 300 seamen, assembled at the Oddfellows' Hall, Sussex-street, and, headed by the ...

    Article : 1,365 words
  9. GOULBURN.

    A few minutes before, one o'clock on Saturday (yesterday) morning, the inhabitants of Goulburn were disturbed in their slumbers by the warning sound of the fire bell. In a brief space of time the whole town was astir, for rapidly ...

    Article : 1,306 words
  10. LATEST MINING.

    Speaking about Heritage's Reef, Michalage, the Bombala Times says; We have been shown some very fine specimens of quariz containing gold, by Mr. J. A. Toluzeau, practical chemist, or Cooma; they are from the abovenamed ...

    Article : 954 words
  11. TEMPERANCE DEMONSTRATION.

    THE gathering of the Sons and Daughtgers of Temperance, with their coadjutors and friends, at the Exhibition-building yesterday, proved a great success, despite the tempestuous weather which prevailed during the early part of the day, ...

    Article : 1,165 words
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