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    Thuraday.—A sad accident occurred at the close of the review yesterday. A mine was exploded, by which corporal Alexander, of the Engineer corps, was killed. Alexander, it ...

    Article : 502 words
  3. Dreadful Tragedy in Otago.

    The Otago Daily Times, of the 2nd May, has the following:—A murder, followed by an attempt at self-destruction, was committed at Caversham yesterday. The circumstances ...

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  5. ALBERT CLUB.—First Innings.

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  7. The Loss of the Steamer Auckland on the Ninety-mile Beach.

    On Saturday evening, shortly after the hour of nine o'clock, a telegram was received by Captain Trouton, from captain Walker, dated from Twofold Bay, announcing the startling ...

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  8. THURSDAY, MAY 25.

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    Thursday.—The Queen's Birthday was observed was a close holiday. — A large meeting was held last night, ovur which the Mayor presided, on the subject of remedies for intemperance. ...

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  10. FRIDAY, MAY 26.

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  11. SATURDAY, MAY 17.

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    Thursday.—The governor of the gaol denies that Douglass has confessed his guilt.—No business doing. 8 p.m.—Douglass's sentence has been committed to imprisonment for life.—The ...

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  14. WINDSOR.

    Friday.—The nomination for the first municipal elections took place to-day, when sixteen candidates wore named. A poll will take place nn Wednesday next.—Heavy rain this morning, ...

    Article : 91 words
  15. BOMBALA.

    Saturday.—Mr. Edward Kesterton died this morning at four o'clock, from the effects of a gunshot wound accidentally received. The melancholy occurrence has cast a gloom over the whole ...

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    MORE BUSHRANGING.—On the 13th instant, says the Pastoral Times, between the hours of 9 and 12 a.m., a station was stuck-up by two armed and masked bushrangers. All the men except ...

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    Friday.—It is raining steadily, and the waters are rising. The races are postponed. ...

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  18. TERRARA.

    Friday.—Heavy rain has fallen, and in some places the river is over the banks, and the water is rising on the lowlands. 8.30 p.m.—It is still raining, but the weather looks an if clearing up. ...

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    Saturday.—A large meeting was held at Dalby, in favour of railway extension; there is also some agitation on the same subject at Ipswich, and a meeting was held there last night.—The ...

    Article : 67 words
  20. District News.

    Matters at Waratah, daring the put week, have been of more than ordinary importance to our usually quiet little township. The bazaar and lottery, and the camp meeting of the ...

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