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berg, bet that for the Ware it should resolve ids warmest support. The at Am.—Stroud, Feb. IS, IBS3, Tan COVNTSIT. Having hoe a few weeks ego urged, to the best of our ability, the propriety of opening up the northern cauntry, In the vicinity of Port Curtis, to the opersdius of
16 July 1853 - Australian and New Zealand Gazette - London, London, England
 
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Another atimispe at establiabkag a hospital is to be made at Castlemaine by a public this neck: the first effort last year failed; it emanated hem the camp, the latter was in bad odour with the public that the two bodies would not fraternize. Better things are now to be hoped fo
16 July 1853 - Australian and New Zealand Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE AUSTRALIAN AND

THE AUSTRALIAN AND

674 _— Five pause were unfortunately drowsed at Melbourne lot week by the upsetting of a ferry-boat, caused by It is in contemplation to establish forthwith a Mounted detective pollee force, for duty principally in bush, where the most daring robberies are committed. The first c
16 July 1853 - Australian and New Zealand Gazette - London, London, England
 
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16 July 1853 - Australian and New Zealand Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE AUSTRALIAN AND MISCELLANEOUS.

THE AUSTRALIAN AND MISCELLANEOUS.

A Maori put in a claim for the reward of 100/. offered for the discovery of ooal la the vicinity of Auckland. SPISITRD LAPP SALE.—A sale of Crown lands took place yesterday, which appeared to excite more than ordinary attention, the number of parsons present being considesably g
16 July 1853 - Australian and New Zealand Gazette - London, London, England
 
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visitors. mid wellepread tables, laid is fishiest, oovered with wholesome ntreeksamts. Os the IlawtagT.ssdsy, the meeting and dinner of the Tars. ?demily seluty took phis' ; the begs* to muster eorlY, sad at 11 prommied he to the shame, where they heard a beautiful sad=date free
16 July 1853 - Australian and New Zealand Gazette - London, London, England
 
PANORAMA of the EMIGRANT'S ROUTEto AUSTEALLt. Three New Pictures LIFE IN MELBOURNE. A GOLD DIGGER'S WEDDING; LIFE AT THE DIGGINGS,

PANORAMA of the EMIGRANT'S ROUTEto AUSTEALLt. Three New Pictures LIFE IN MELBOURNE. A GOLD DIGGER'S WEDDING; LIFE AT THE DIGGINGS,

FOREST CRETN; and a MIDI - EYE VIEW of the GOLD FIELDS, recent @latches, have just been added. Among the otherness* are Madeira—The Cape— Melbourne—Geelong—Mount Alexander Sydney Summer !fill Creek—and Ophir. The Panorama is described by Mr. Piece, who resided many years in Sas
16 July 1853 - Australian and New Zealand Gazette - London, London, England
 
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HANGING ROCK. _ My report of the diggiogs for the week is still one of progressive Many partially worked claims, abandoned daring the wet weather, have re-opened, and are now being profitably worked. Mr. Salter's party, of the blue tent, cleared 334 ounces, 115/. 6d., in four ho
09 July 1853 - Australian and New Zealand Gazette - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

RAIN IN TIM INTSILIOR.+WII happy IA learn, from correspondents and other soarces, that there has been plenty of rain in the western country, on the lower Condamine, and in the Marano* district, where moisture was badly wasted. The country in that direction is now looking beautif
09 July 1853 - Australian and New Zealand Gazette - London, London, England