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  2. NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL.

    A meeting of this body was held in the court house on Monday afternoon, at four o' clock P[?] Aldermen winship, Rodgers, Chapman, Sparke, Christie, and the Mayor. ...

    Article : 2,357 words
  3. THE LATE SHOOTING CASE AT TOMAGO.

    Further enquiries, made since the publication, of our issue of Saturday last, have con-[?]irmed the leading facts then given in connection with the late extraordinary attempt to ...

    Article : 677 words
  4. WARATAH.

    PUBLIC SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT.—As your Wa[?]tab correspondent thought the programme of their entertainment too long to notice seriatim, perhaps you will be kind enough to insert a short report from another ...

    Article : 575 words
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    Advertising : 683 words
  6. P A T E R S O N.

    The most important consideration amongst us of late has been the weather, which has been exceedingly dry, preventing our settlers from proceeding with their funning operations ...

    Article : 1,096 words
  7. LOCAL ITEMS.

    FUNERAL OF THE LATE Mr. HICKINBOTHAM.—If we required any evidence of the estimation in which the late Mr. George Hiokenhotham was held by the citizens of Newcastle, it was abundantly afforded by the large ...

    Article : 1,638 words
  8. WALLSEND.

    The weather, to all appearance, is a little more settled we have not been visited with rain since I last wrote. On Wednesday, the 3rd instant, the Rev. Mr. Nairn delivered an address in the Presbyterian church, to a ...

    Article : 149 words
  9. MINMI.

    After a few days cold drizling rain, the warm rays of the sun is welcome, this morning was very frosty, everything in going on quiet in our neighbourhood. Business rather dull. ...

    Article : 79 words
  10. HEXHAM.

    The inhabitants of Upper Hexham complain bitterly that the post-office is not centrally situated, and that, in consequence, they suffer much inconvenience in postal matters. The greater portion of the inhabitants being ...

    Article : 213 words
  11. DISTRICT NEWS.

    A few evenings ago, whilst resting my weary bones in my little sitling-room, after a hard day's work, I took up your contemporary, the Mercury with an eager desire to enjoy a few minutes' ...

    Article : 994 words
  12. POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

    William Thomas, in custody, was charged with using [?]hscene language in Newcomen-street, on the 30th of May. He was convicted and final [?]. The smallness of the tine was on account of the prisoner having been ...

    Article : 2,713 words
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