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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

?birth. At West M.iitlnnd, on Wednesday, 4th February, Mrs. 'WillmnHeutfli, of n son. f|r ll:arf|cnt (Times, 'fMHIINU K..XT KNIIATK NOR HKT DOWN AUdnT- IN MAI.II1K. -?SAT CI It IJAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1857.

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES Armithle — Mr Bernard Naughton Black Creek— Mr. Adam Mather, Flolir Mills Banc in River — Erihbane Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter Bingrra — Casiilin — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — Sir. Lyall Coolah — Cockfighter't Creek — Mr. T. B. Squire Coonaharabran — CaUandoon — Darling Doicru — Dungog — Mr. E. C. Madgwick Dunmore. — Mr. G. Roberts England — Britannia Office, London Grafton — Mr. John Williams Oayndah Qoonoo Goonoo— Goulbnrn. — Sir. Thomas Williams Gres/ord — Mr. John Bush GuUigal — Hinton — Hanging Rock— Messrs. Davis and Bradford Jptwich and Britbane — Jerry' t Plains— Mr. Richard Alcorn Lochinvar — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. Macdonald River ( near WiniUorJ — Mr. SI. G. Thomptsa Manning River — Sir. John Newby Macintyre Riuer — Manila and Gwydir Riven— Merriwa — Mr. David Slunro J Wcroo nnd Long Creek — Mr. Stephen Tucker Milfitli— Messrs. Crotliers and Irwin Morpeth — Mr. Ling. Murrurundi — Mr. H. Wheeler Mmwcll Brook — Sir. G. Denshire M'Leay a...

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PRICES OF FLOUR AND BRAN AT THE MILLS. Per 100 lbs. cash; if booked 1s, additional. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

F1UCKS OF FLOUR AN1) 11RAN AT THE MILLS, . Per 1 00 lbs. cash ; if hooked Is, additional. Firsts. -Seconds. Bran. ». d. «. d. s. d. Nidliolson's ? ? 18 0 l(j 0 .. (J 0 S'ortus's.. ? ? ? ? ? ? 17 0 .. 15 0 .. (J 0 I'earce's . . . . '. ? ? 18 0 .. Hi 0 . C 0 Solomon, Virtdin, & Co.'s 18 IS 0 .. (i 0 Turner's .'L ? j...: '18 '0 IB 0 .. 6 0 Raymond Terrace ? 17 6 .. 15 0 .. 6 0 Ulnek Creek ? ? ? ? 18 0. .. IB 0 .. -i 0 Kingston's, Singleton ...... 18 0 .-.10' 0 'C 0 Kitchell's, Uunmore ? ? 18 '0 16 0 .. 6 0 Merniode's, Dungog ...... '18 0'.. 18 0 .. G 0 Darks, Clarence Town . ... 18 0 .. 16 0 .. 0 0 Allen's, Duugog ? 18 0 .. 18 0 .. 0 0 Wilfield . ? IS 0 .. 16' 0 .-. C- 0

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

MAITLAND PRICE 0UERENT. Alci, Kngllitvpcr hogshead .9 0 0 to 10 0 O Dyais's, per d6xen . . 0 IS 6 0 14 0 Alliop's,. ditto . . . o 13 0 0 11 6 At tli c Maitland Drcwcrles, per bhd. . . . 3 11 0 3 10 0 Ditto per gsllon 0 14 0 1 G Sydney, per gallon . 0 ' I 6 A Arrowroot, per lb . , 0 10 0 1 I' Ditto, Weft India, ditto . 0 10 0 14 Daeon, per lb. . . .0 0 7 0 0' ll- Uaui, 3 bushel, per dozen . . 0 18 0 I 0 (I Bark, |.er ton . 0 0 fi Bread, per loaf of 5 lbl . 0 0 7 Bricks, per thousand . . . 3 0 0 2 S 0 Butchcrs' Meat — Beef, per lb. . 0 0 S 0 0 3 Mutton, ditto . , . 0 0 S 0 0 S I'ork, ditto. . . . 0 (I 'fi tl n 7 Veal, ditto. . . , 0 0 5 0 0 Butter, freah, |-er lb. . . . 0 1 6 0 9 0 Ditto, salt, ditto , . 0 10 0 14 Bottled Fruits, per bottle . , 0 1 9 0 3 0 Candles, mould, per lb. . , 0 0 Wholesale per lb. . . 0 0 7 Cheese, per lb ? 0 0 6 0 0 9 Coflfcc, ditto , , . . 0 13 0 I C Coal, per ton, delivered . . 0 II 0 0 J4 O Currants, Zantc, per lb , . 0 I 0 014 Capers, per bottle . . . 0 !...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

ABSTRACT OF SAf.ES IJY AUCTION. Tins I)ay. Uodiii and Co., nt tho Xa'e Yards, Hast Maitland, at tw«.*lvo o'clock, JO head of horse stock. Mono i Y. Dodds *J(d Co , at the Sale Yard', East Maitland, at twelve o'clock, I''at Cattlo. Dodds akd Co., at the lUilway Hotel, Kjist MaitUnd, at twclvo o'clock, Two Stations, Ureoland and Gidgeonboyno. DoOds aud Co., at tho Sale Yards, East Maitland, ut twelve o'clock, 40 to 50 head of Superior Colts. Dodds and Co., at tho Sale Yards, East .Maitland, at twelve o'clock, 200 head of Fat Cattlo. Tuebdat. Dkjbos and Co., at the Salo Yards,' East Maitland, at twelve o'clock, 10 boad of llurse Stock. AUo, at tlie same hour and place, 165 lioad of Kat - Cattle.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEST MAITLAND, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH. (Before Major Crummer, P.M., and P. Green, Esq., and J. H. Smith, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. West Maitland, Wednksat, Fedruakv -I'm. (Before Major Crummor, P.KL.'sind P. Greon, Esq., aird-3. H. Snritli. Esq.) Constable Kedwefl charged John Ryan with drun kenness. The defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s., or 24 hours in the cells. Tercnco M'Guire charged John M'Cann with an as sault,. Mr. Mintcr appeared for the dofence, and urged that as tho comnlainnnt iras not nresent when called on to appear, the case must be dismissed. The PoHoo Ma gistrate admitted the validity -of Mr. Mincer's objoction, and Captain Smith concurred In the -same viow, but Mr. Greon dissented; Tho case Wins accordingly dismissed. Wm. Gibb charged John TO4pfman,rwltIi having usod ?obSeetio Isnguogo on tho 2od -of thl? month,1 in High strMft,' We& Maltl&ndl Mr. Mintcr appeared for the complainant: Tho langn?ffc,« not.flt for oar columns. Jamos Buchanan deposid tii'at- hs heard- the language alleged to liava1 been made ufle of by the defendant. Wm. Oharlton corr...

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MAILS BY THE EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY'S STEAMER SIMLA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

MAILS BY THE EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY'S STEAMER SI MX A. The mails by the European and Australian Royal Mail Company's Steamer Simla, for the United Kingdom by way of Moweiflea and Southampton, for France direct and for the Continent of Europo by way of France, and by . way of Trieste, will close at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, the 10th February. . . Direct mails will at theiame time he made 'for Mel bourne, Adelaide, Tasmania, Wa-tern Australia, Ceylon, Alexandria, Malta, and Gibraltar'; and by way of Ceylon, mails will also bo made np fbr Madras, Calcutta, Bombay, Bttavia, Singapore, Manila, China, Mauritius, and the Cape df Good Hope, All Iettorn and newspapers not otherwise marked, Will be forwarded by thh opportunity, but only such iui-&re specially addresaed via Marseilles «ill be sect by thit route. Tbo ptiblifc ere ngain renrindcd'that nil letters addressed for transmission to or through (be 'United Kinghjm, mnst bo prepaid, 'and that the additional charge on...

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[?]GHT COW IN THE RI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

I'4Vr; ( 0V/ IN* I i.'J.Acf .. Vvfti-fbc^'^'a-molioin'-'oncl^tfiiintory 0 ;!ie |ir:-s-'nl., ni irfWtopo* of Of fr&i \ i)- in 1 1 ti:; lci.1 after e a (if tl liUfil HVi oiwr'ii Ur ..-nint'iify (A j.&i. LStn n i oiit) ?- 1 i' 1 ' iinot. in nny j Wfijt-of |iu torl'iiu 1 i 'i a o'.'-n party j m i \ In'-tlic ftf. frii-t Vnr.-tfnitvVia Domain, 'ilt-J pn- I r-f lh«» jlftblic had hr i*n ' Jiik-rnm tfl- n jtho' ! j ii/' f 1 uy' fci.t 1 It' '4t'.tii ; but ' thi; j V. Hv'diiov.' ilJiSi ??« nir.i'i-i tvtry caso, 1 ? ????? - JfdjCtU'd t-- tiie'Ji-llli'S'.t«e;i! ol inc Dld-.SflS. ft lien i ?v/o'V'iiTvcmbc.r 0v.lt dydc- Park in I'-iiiilumi :u '-???'-!- ! tji-itrii of tiio cofi&tioti, .?wits set «twl for l.*.*ic*in.f i ? « public fair-ivi't-'ti' ^ai.rnight revelries .o! tiiiv :ii-- HUtnoiW elmr.uk'v ? ..^{igned'/we caimbt bt»t ?:' ? .i i -'ii b--xtit\ jitfWic or. 1 lie fe-'r.iwa lir.ir-.Vws 1 1 ortn^fflfiientiSproviiled for their , it in. t'.io sliape''bf''tIw«?;ahov,,s. on ...

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EAST MAITLAND FEBRUARY 6TH. (Before Major Crummer, P.M., and P. Green Esq.,) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

East Maitland. Febbuauy Chi. f Before M -i'-r Crummor. P.M., and P. Green.Es-«.) Tbomix Weivr was charged with a breach of the Puund Act. T1.0 charge consisted in h-tvin* illegally impounded ti h -ul of cattle, the property Howard Staee, at the M i-petb Pound, on the 29th ultimo. The gravamen of the offence consisted in not having given fc- the poundkeep^r u written memoraudutn, specifying the number, and giviu- a description of tbe cattle impounded. Wm. Smith, tbep uiudkeoper, proved that the memoran dum required by tbe act bad uot been delivered a* the time the cattlo wr.ro impounded ; the cattle were subse quently released by Edward Stace. Tho bench decided that the impouudiug was illogal, and fined the defendant 10« and coKta. Stealing a Bull. — Edward Bligh was brongbt up on remand, obargod with having stolen ono brindfd and whit* poley bull, the property of Mr. Joseph Eckford, of the Swan Inn, West Mtitland. Sergeant Kerrigan deposed that he apprehended the prisoner on Tuesday...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Missionary Mketino. — We wore conipellod to omit a portion of tho report of the Bible Socioty mooting in our lost publication owing to our space having been pre viously occupied by other matter. The remainder of tho roport would now bo stale news, and therefore wo give it in n vcrv abridged form The -resolution moved by Mr. Griffiths in an ablo and eloquont spoecli, was seconded by Licutonant Sadlior, Who took an oxtendod viow of the operations of tho liiblo Society in- the Sotith Pacific nnd other parts of tho world. The third resolution, viz.— 14 That this meeting do oxpress its cordial appreciation of tlie exertions of the ladies who havo so efficiently a_s n!stod ill carrying out the object of the Society,' was moved by the Itev. Win. Purvcs, and socondod by Mr. Whytelaw, and carriod unanimously. Mr. Whytclaw's speoch, pregnant with woll-armnged thought, was par Iiarticularly cbastoand elegant, and admirably adapted to impress tho mind with the belief that bo...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. After «oincprt-liminary business wan gone through The Supreme Court Registration Transfer Bill and the Moreton Bay District Bill were considered in com mittee. Tho Postage Act Amendment Bill and tho Customs Further Regulation Bill were read a third timo and passed. Tlio Judicial Offices and Barristers' Admisaion Bill was, 011 tho motion of Mr. Nichols, recommitted. The Chairman reportod progress, and obtained leave to sit ngain onl-'riday. On the motion of Mr. Donaldson the House then went into Committco of Supply, nnd was occupied several ho rs considering tho Kstimntes for 1850-7. Tlio roport from tho Standing Orders Committee on tlio quorum of tho House was adopted. The llouso adjourned at ten minutos past twolvo o'clock.

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LITERARY VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

IriTEEARY VARIETIES. An A ktj 0 ?: - a * at* I) iscovbbv at Jerusalem. — Mr. ,1, M. Jioliow, who h-iri been recently staying at Jerusi lew, lias writt'-n a v-fsrv nt.oreeting letter to tiie Times, in w hioh be ataten t)i h«i has been admitted into the pac : red precinct*1 of th#i ;que of Omar (the -site of Solo t moiVd Tenirl i'j- -'.n )-? nour not usually conferred on ChrfcUMi-'. : vv ing on a gra-sy platform, planted with olive treiv, iu m. ?? neighbourhood of the mo*quo and of the p ? uih-^irfte-n comer of tho city walls, he made -a curiou* (H-cov«:ry. lie writes: — ' I observed » fniall opening in tho ground, whero evidently a block ot: atone in an arch had f-Ilen in, discovering a vault' beneath. In the ohmther in tbe foundations of tho south~e:mt corner of tha walls (whore, by the way, the .Sheikh gravely showeu :uo the recesses iu which Zacha ; ritwr resided, and -the ' ''jratU-i in which ho rocked the j infant Christ* — a K-ninu niche, cut-In marble, and laid j on Us'tiaok u...

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MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS. A spcciul general meeting. of tho nioinbers of this institution was held on 'fhursuay Inst, to tnkc into consi deration certain matters appertaining to the outfit of the building now ii| courso of crcction for , tlio School of Arts. A.Dickson, Esq., was called to the chair. After the transaction of the usual preliininory business, the Secretary rend the following report: — ' Tho Bitilding Committee of the Maitland School of Arts in compliance with n resolution of tho Committee of Maliagotnent, beg to submit herewith a list of articles, with the estimated-cost attached, which they believe will meet tho requirements tif the institution for some time under its altered circumstances in tho new building. ' Li»t nnd 'estimated cost of articles rccommcnded by tlio Building 'Committee to he pnrcha.--cd for the new building df the Mnltland School of Arts: — £ »? d. 'IH dozen wooderr-scatod American chairs, at (i0-:. .. .. ... ... 7'i 0 0 S tablos, A foet 0 inches 'hy...

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THE WHISPERS OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

THE WHISPERS OF PAWS. AU real political dismwion in^FarU has been cirried on in whispor?, Bince December, 1801, lint, besides po/ition! di^cn^ion there has l-eeii a perpetual curnMit of anocdotc*, epicramfl nnd ruoinnrx, panaing f»om salon , to xahn, and of course, howtilo to I,ouU Napi'lonn. I AVithin tho last fowr weeks, howovcr, this kind of warfare I ha^ been carriod on moro bitterly and moro universally than at any period ainco the coup Much that in Biid may be invented simply to multiply ' tlio pin* that prick tho ompire.' ]Jut the floating talk of Puria' represents a body of public feeling whioh tlio Govern ment, at least, doea not ignore, und sn many hard truth* are indic-Ued by tho reports of tho Enipuror*d madnesn, illness, nnd melancholy, by tho Htoriea of attempted nAHftsainationa, secret oreoaliorm, kidnappin^B, and by the torcoumft of tho opigrommatista, that not a litflo may be learned from a collection of tho AYhinporfl of Parin. A fnvourito procona ia to select a pa...

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THE CASE OF CHIEF CONSTABLE BINDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

THfc CASE OF CHIEF CONSTABLE BlNDF.N. Proceedings were initiated on tho 17th December, 185'1, before Major Orummer, Mr. B. Russell, and Mr. Lang, at the instnnce of tho Governor-General, to hear evidenco relating to tlio removal of Chiof Constable ltinilon of the Wollombi wlio 'had linen dinmissod bv Mr. II. Scott, iho mngistrato, on tlio ground of his having been guilty of gross prevarication lu bringing charges against tlie constables of the district After honring some vory voluminous ovldqnco, which wo must defor publishing until some future occasion, the folio— ing report T/a- drawn up and transmitted to tho 'Jolvninl Secretary ; — . ? ' Maitland, December 20, 1856. ' Sin — \vfc havo tho houor to forw&rd heirowithourre* nort, uccompan'icd by the previous depositions, fresh evi donco. mifl doemnnnta laid hoforo aa.in roTerenboto tbo dlanihsul of the Chief Constable of tlio Wollombi, as re-, -lti-Mtf d 'by your coinmonieaticra of the 3!Ub alt., wharo Sn wo aro 'directed to...

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GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

GOLD FIELDS. , Hocky Hivee. — At prcsout thcro- ia ecarcoly any thing now to communicato from th«o diggings. Very fow of the shafts in Tipperary Gully havo bcon bottomed as yet, but by tho end of the week a numbor oxpect to bo down, liuwevcr, thoro aro far too many ihonhordlng their claims tbero — a practice. I am clad to understand. the Commissioner doos not rocogi:i«e. It is to bo hoped that the pr.»peotii.g parties about being organised will be well supported, aw they may prove of immense im portance to every person interested in tho wclfaro of theso gold-fielda. At present, with tho exooption of thoso at Mount Wolsh, very fow aro earning moro than rations. This accounts for tho daily departures from tho placo. A man was soverely injured yosterday, on Sydnoy Flat, by failing down a shaft about 70 feet deep. The acoident occurred through tho breaking of the han dle of the windlass, whilst be wai being lowered down. Tho woathor continue warm and very dry. ltiin is much required. Go...

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TENTERFIELD ANNUAL RACES. JANUARY, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

TEXTEHFrEL!) ANM Al. RACES. the Arrniti-.' - j press.) Jakuaui. lK,r.7. The second anniversary rtf this favourite meet came oft as advertised on tho 15th, 16th, atnl 17th instant. The weather VMS-all that the most ardent lover of -sport could' devr' The heavy olntulu whi^h had boen dropping rain for '.ou'C vetks provious, clear' «' 'ft, leaving Sol in un disnutcd posfossion of-as brilliant a bluo skv as wna : ever traversed by an Italian sun. Tho course— a most severe one, was in beautiful order 5 tho entries for the different prlzoa -were good ; the. racing was flrst-rato. Somo of our lt bits of blood'' would prove themselves dangerous competitors at Homebuxh, and if tho prosent intention of tho owner df the Town Plate winnor, Ncwbold is carried out, ' towniei' can be accommodated to any amount. The booths looked gay, wore well suppliod, and the, greatest order provailcd ; no row of any kind disgraced tho courso, and much credit ie due to our chiof constable, Mr. Gordon, and those ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

How ro^ For tub Questioh. — ' Gracious 1' soz I, -' its now time to look artor Nance.1' Next day, down I went. Nance was alone, and I axed her if tlio4 squiro was iu, Sho said he wasn't. ' Cause,' said Ii making b'lieve that I -wanted him, 'our -colt has sprained his foot, and I como too see if tho ' squire won't lond mo his maro to go to town.' She said sho guessed-he would. | I'd bettor ait down and wait till tho ' squire como in. Down I sot ; she looked sorter strange, and my heart felt queer round the edge. ' Are you going down to Bossy Martin's 1' after awhile sez she. Sez I, ' reckon I would.' Sez she, *' suppose you'll take Paticnca Dodge f Sez I, ' I mongHK and then I : moughn't.'' Soz she, ** I lieard you was going to get married.' Sez I, ' I wouldn't wonder a bit.' I looked nt hor and saw tho tears cum min.' Scrl, ' may be. sho'll nx you to bo bridesmaid. '' She riz up sho did — her faco was as red as a boilod beet. ' Seth Stokes I' nnd sho couldn't say any more, she was s...

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ANOTHER MELANCHOLY CASE OF POISONING.—DEATH OF MISS KESTERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

ANOTHER MELANCHOLY CASE OF POISONING. — DEATH OF MISS KKSTBRTON. [Front the Empire.) Scarcely hal the announcement of tho death of Dr. Stol worthy appearol in our issue of yesterday before it was rumoured throughout tho city tliat Miss Kestorton the young lady whose name was frequently mentioned at tho inquest, hod also destroyed herself by poison. The rumour, was, unhappily, but too true. Miss Kesterton was found dead in her bed at 6 o'clock yesterday morn ing, and although the jury have found it necessary to return ail open vcrdict, there can be very little doubt that the unfortunate young lady committed an net ot self-destruction. A cbi oner's inquest touching her death, was held yosterday, before J. S. Parker, Esq., af the residenco of 'the late Dr. Stolworthy, when the fol lowing particulars were elicited : — Frances Windeyer, being duly sworn, deposed : I am tho wife of Walter Windeyer, and resiilo at Balinoin, about 10 o'clock yesterday morning ihe deceased Emma Kesterton, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 February 1857

AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES /Imtir/ufe — Mr Bernard Nanghton Black Creek — Mr. Adam Mather, Flour Mills Burtcin Hirer — BrUbane Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter Biugtra — Cassilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — -Mr. Lvall Cjolah — Cockjbjhters Creek. — Mr. T. B. Squire Coonabarabrati— Callandoon — Varling Downs — finngoy— Mr. E. C. Madgwick Dumnorc. — Mr. G. Roberts England — Britannia Office, London Grafton — Mr. John Williams (Jayndah (Soonoo Goonoo — Goulbnrn. — Mr. Thomas Williams Gretforti—Hu John Bush Gulligal~~ i/mfon— Mr. Henry Atkins Hanging Rock — Messrs. Davis and Bradford Tnswich and Brisbane-* Jerry's Plaint — Mr. Richard Alcorn Lochinvar — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. Macdonald River ( near Windsor) — Mr. M. G. Thompson Manning River — Sir. John Newby Macintyre River Manila and Qtoy&ir Rivert— Merriwa — Mr. David Munro Meroo and Long Creek — Air. Stephen Tucker Milfiild— Messrs. Crothers and Irwin Morpeth — Mr. Ling. Murrurundi — Mr. II, Wheeler Mustoell Brook —...

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