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  2. Advertising

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  3. SYDNEY EXHIBITION COMMISSION.

    A meeting of the members of the Sydney Exhibition Commission was held at the private room of the secretary yesterday afternoon, to receive the report of the sub-committee who were appointed to ...

    Article : 1,205 words
  4. RITUALISM.

    SIR,—In reply to "Sydney's" letter of yesterday, I have to inform him that the allegations I made are, I am truly sorry to say, too true, and this I am prepared to prove; and as "Sydney" would like to ...

    Article : 240 words
  5. CAMPBELL TOWN.

    Another chaff-cutter accident happened to a young man named Coombe, son of Mr. T. Coombe. It appears he was engaged with the machine in cutting chaff, when the fourth and fifth fingers of his right ...

    Article : 294 words
  6. GREAT EXTENDED PIEMAN RIVER TIN MINING COMPANY.

    SIR,—A letter appeared in The Mercury of the 3rd inst., signed "John Mitchell," referring to the company above-named, and the signature avouches the truth of the statements made therein. Now, ...

    Article : 380 words
  7. MINING.

    Golden Gate.—Repairs to pumping gear completed, and now driving on the reef easterly, and breaking out stone at the 150ft. level. The reef at present depth is a compact and well defined body of ...

    Article : 633 words
  8. THE HARROW OUTRAGE.

    A telegram in the Melbourne Herald, dated Harrow, Monday afternoon, states:—There is intense excitement to-day at Harrow in consequence of a report which was brought in early this ...

    Article : 482 words
  9. VICTORIA.

    The Age states that Mr. Nicolson, Assistant Commissioner of Police, lately in charge of the police at Benalla, has made an application to the Chief Secretary to have an enquiry into the manner ...

    Article : 956 words
  10. THROUGH THE VALLEY OF THE DERWENT.

    Some four or five miles south-westward from Busby Park is an extensive tract of newly settled country known as the Native Tiers. In addition to a large number of old selections on the nearer part of the ...

    Article : 2,682 words
  11. CITY POLICE COURT.

    Before Mr. W, Tarleton, P.M., and Mr. W. A. Guesdon, J.P. IMPROPER LANGUAGE.—Catherine Bennett was fined 10s. 6d. for using obscene language near the ...

    Article : 1,550 words
  12. THE KELLY GANG.

    Stephen Hart was born at the Three Mile Creek, near the racecourse, South Wangaratta, and at the time of his death was 21 years of age. His father, who (writes the Daily Telegraph) is a farmer, and ...

    Article : 1,513 words
  13. HAMILTON.

    An entertainment was held here on Wednesday evening, in the new hall, for the benefit of Mrs. Deaushaw. There was a pretty fair attendance; the programme was well got up, and was gone through ...

    Article : 264 words
  14. SUNDAY AFTERNOON LECTURES.

    SIR,—The lecture of the Rev. W. Simmons some evenings since at the Mechanics' Hall was full of life and vigour, and reminded us of olden times when that gentlemen filled the Theatre or Town ...

    Article : 196 words
  15. RAILWAY FLYING SURVEY.

    SIR,—The Engineer-in-Chief reports to the Minister of Lands upon the most feasible route for the proposed south-western railway, such as would combine "the utmost facilities to greatest number ...

    Article : 421 words
  16. SWANSEA.

    The wet weather, of which we have had our full share this year, is now succeeded by severe frosts, the ice in some secluded places being very thick. The winds, too, have been very cold and piercing, ...

    Article : 486 words
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