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  2. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    A case of small-pox, is reported to have broken out amongst the aboriginals at Bowra, Nambuccra Riven Dr. Casement the Government medical officer, has left Kempsey ...

    Article : 1,959 words
  3. NEW NORFOLK.

    Those interested in this picturesque and flourishing district will be pleased to hear that it is keeping good pace with the general progress and prosperity of the country. ...

    Article : 468 words
  4. THE FINGAL GOLDFIELDS.

    Having lately visited the Fingal district, traversing and examining the, course of the South Esk valley from Avoca to Mathinna (Black Boy), a distance of some 35 miles, ...

    Article : 2,520 words
  5. OUSE.

    One more we are suffering from the irregnlarities in the post office. To-day no one on the Ouse received a newspaper from what cause our postmaster could not explain; but ...

    Article : 230 words
  6. 1853 AND 188[?].

    SIR,—Having just returned from a holiday trip, I purpose to give a few notes of my travels, and to draw a comparison between the state of things in 1853, the last time I ...

    Article : 2,341 words
  7. THE BUILDING TRADE.

    Among the city firms which have employed the services of the building trade recently must be mentioned that of Messrs. Mather and Son, tailors and hatters, Liverpool-street. The ...

    Article : 1,905 words
  8. THE NORTH-EAST TIN COUNTRY.

    The first thing noticeable in mining matters after leaving George's Bay, en[?]route for Gould's Country, is the Clio racet which taps Power's Rivulet, six miles from St. ...

    Article : 1,449 words
  9. BEACONSFIELD.

    The Rev. M. J. Becchinor has delivered a lecture on "The French Resolution " in the Alfred Hall. The Rev. J. C. Dodwell was in the chair, The lecturer was ...

    Article : 382 words
  10. BLUE TIERJUNCTION.

    A painful event occurred here last week, in the unexpected death of the most popular man on the Junction, Mr. Jas. D. Conlan, familiarly known as Duck Conlan. About a ...

    Article : 649 words
  11. THE CHINESE OAMP AT THOMAS' PLAINS.

    I have been through the Chinese Camp at Thomas' Plain, and for general information paid attention to the social condition of the Heathen, and his pet vices, particularly ...

    Article : 1,358 words
  12. GEORGE TOWN.

    At the police court on the 10th inst., before Mr. A. K. Chapman, S.M., and Mr. Jas, Richardson, J.P., James Stephens, sen., surrendered to his bail, charged with making ...

    Article : 256 words
  13. PAUPERISM IN THE COLONY.

    SIR,—In your leading article in this day's Mercury on the subject of pauperism in the colony you very justly remark, "it is a grave question that thus addresses itself to ...

    Article : 950 words
  14. GLADSTONE.

    The Gladstane Cricket Club sent a team to Moorina last Monday to play a match with the Moorina Cricket Club. The Gladstone men were sent to the wickets, and ...

    Article : 182 words
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