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    A. Phelps applied for a renewal of the license of the Tarago Hotel, Lake Bathurst, which was opposed by the Sub-Inspector on the ground of delapidation. Mr. Betts appeared for applicant. ...

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  3. The Accident at Marulan.

    THE accident last Friday morning to the man Spellacy, and which was reported in our columns, terminated fatally yesterday about 10 p.m. After the fracture had been reduced the man seemed to be ...

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    The return of Chandos, with Miss Pelham and the doctor, appeared to be the signal for a general activity. It seemed to our hero that inclement ...

    Article : 1,246 words
  5. Telegrams.

    COLONEL EDEN has been busily engaged during the past few weeks in organising the reserve corps. Already they are about 2000 names enrolled, and the reserves will probably consist of from five to six ...

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  6. The Severe Case of Burning near Tarago.

    JOHN RICE, who was admitted into the hospital a fortnight ago, suffering from severe burns which were received, it is alleged, while camping out in a state of intoxication died at the hospital this morning ...

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  7. The Reception of the Goulburn Portion of the Contingent.

    THE adjourned meeting of volunteers and ex-volunteers to consider what stops should be taken to welcome the Goulburn portion of the Contingent on their arrival in town was held at the Emu Inn on ...

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    THE Marquis of Salisbury has returned to London. The formation of a cabinet is not yet complete, and both Houses of Parliament have further adjourned till Friday next. ...

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    MINING.—Some interest has lately been taken here in the prospect of the Scrubby Rush, and several of our residents have taken a material interest in some of the reefs. The ground is situated between Tuena ...

    Article : 660 words
  10. Federal Naval Defences of the Colonies.

    SIR ALEXANDER STUART has sent to Mr. Service a circular, a copy of which has also been addressed to the Governments of the other colonies, relative to the federal naval defences. He agrees with Admiral ...

    Article : 322 words
  11. A Point in Connection with the Licensing Act.

    AT the Licensing Court on Tuesday morning the chairman of the bench, Mr. C. S. Alexander, P.M., drew attention to the similarity of the signatures on the forms of application, and stated that he would ...

    Article : 175 words
  12. The North Adelaide Tragedy.

    THE inquest on the bodies of the victims of the North Adelaide tragedy was concluded on Monday. Little fresh evidence was disclosed. Constable Molley swore that he saw the three parties together ...

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  13. Correction.

    IN our report of the Goulburn Coursing Club dinner Mr. H. P. Andrews is reported to have proposed the toast of "The President of the Agricultural Society." The health that Mr. Andrews really ...

    Article : 96 words
  14. Rent Allowances to Teachers.

    SUCH portions of the regulations of 17th June, 1880 (Nos. 32A and 34), as relate to residences of Public Schools has been amended as follows:—In addition to these salaries, residences, vested or ...

    Article : 90 words
  15. The Late Mr. McInnes.

    A PARAGRAPH which appeared in a recent issue of this paper, and which was extracted from a telegram to a Sydney contemporary, respecting the death of Mr. McInnes, of Boro, was incorrect. Though ...

    Article : 137 words
  16. Shocking Fatality in Sydney.

    ON Tuesday a young man was conveyed to the Sydney Hospital in a dying condition. His head had apparently been completely smashed, the whole of the left side broken in, ...

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    AT the wool sales to-day 10,500 bales were catalogued. The market is irregular for all descriptions. Inferior faulty is about Id lower than that of last sales. The quantity of wheat afloat for the United ...

    Article : 398 words
  18. The Uniform of the Bungendore Volunteers.

    THE Echo says:—The Bungendore volunteers, it appears have decided to wear a uniform of green cloth, with green felt hemlet and black accoutrements. They will thus be, so far, unique as the ...

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    As I idly sat and pondered, My thoughts in fancy wandered To old England's distant shore. In my dreaming ...

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  20. Conviction under the Betting Act.

    AT the Central Police Court on Tuesday Mr. O'Malley Clarke, S.M., had before him on the summons side a case in which one James Sharp was charged with a breach of ...

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    BEFORE the Police-Magistrate DRUNKENNESS AND OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Ellen Herbert was brought before the bench charged with the above offences. A previous charge ...

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  22. To the Editor of the Goulburn Evening Post.

    SIR,—Regarding a letter signed "Lopp" in your issue of the 11th instant, I beg to state that no "spite" as insinuated could have existed in penning the verses alluded to. Being a comparative stranger ...

    Article : 211 words



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