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  2. LUCKY WOMAN'S.

    MINING.—I regret to say that the New Zealand fever is still raging here to an alarming extent, in some instances to downright madness. Parties are selling out of ...

    Article : 480 words
  3. PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

    The following from the Argus is supplementary to our telegram published on Friday:- In the Legislative Assembly on ...

    Article : 2,227 words
  4. MELBOURNE.

    The English news has happily relieved us for awhile of the New Zealand bugbear, and of the Parliamentary steife about ...

    Article : 1,040 words
  5. CLUNES.

    The fact of the rash to New Zealand being still at torrent flow is evidenced by the two coaches which pass through here daily being crowded to excess. This day I saw ...

    Article : 486 words
  6. EASTERN POLICE COURT.

    DRUNKENNESS.— Jane Cambell, an old woman with, a rubicond countenance, who came to the Police Office on the day previous for a summons, whilst in a state of ...

    Article : 1,219 words
  7. BEAUFORT.

    The people of the Yam Holes, Waterloo and Fiery Creek, who, ever since the existence of places of entertainment in Beaufort, have proved themselves the ready, patrons ...

    Article : 570 words
  8. CRESWICK AND BALD HILLS.

    MINING.—There was quite a sensation on the Bald Hills yesterday, the Rise and Shine Company having come upon a patch of fine gold, as well as a batch of ...

    Article : 969 words
  9. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    The New Zealand rush naturally turns up wherever affairs of mining have to be discussed. Everybody has either gone, or is going; or if not one of these, he is ...

    Article : 1,344 words
  10. YANDOIT.

    The New Zealand fever has made and is still making formidable ravages among our population. Scarcely a day passes without our learning that somebody else is starting ...

    Article : 491 words
  11. COURT OF MINES

    Nicholas and others v Appleby and others —Mr Michie and Mr Walsh for plaintiffs: Mr Trench and Mr McDermott for defendants. Suit by the Koh-i-Noor Company for ...

    Article : 828 words
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