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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b}5W BOUL We. The following Is thoensu 'g871, diong the popu.- Iatiou of z~ew I&Mth W1so h ih fte2d Oensu or Regb stry~itit.M~, F`maies.. Votals 1- S yd ney. 37,75"..38,374 ,. 7615 2-Balm. .3 ,191 6,95 185869 3, :~~~~3,144 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    railways :-The City Railway, Orange to Forbes, Nyngan to Forbes, Narrabri to Morce, Culcairn to Corowa, Oraftio to the Tweed River, Glen Innus to leIvorell, Tarago to Braidwood, and Gundagai to Tamut. The estimates for the present year are now Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wayd:--The City Railway, Orange to E orbes, Nyiigan to Forbes, Narrubri to Moree, Culcairsa to Corowa, Grafton to the Tweed River, Glenn Innes to Inverell, Tarago to Braidwoon, and Gundagai to Turnut, The lCstimnates for the present year are now Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and thereby rendering themselves liable to a penalty. It was asserted on the one hand that the salmon were Tweed River and not sea fish on the other it was denied to be possible for any one to distinguish between Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    17th inst., at Loughborough, Mr. Ar- thur Gilbert, Regert-atreet, aged 29. Gray- On the 5th of June, at the Tweed River, New South Wales, Charles John Gray, son-in-law of Mr. John Blakesley, formerly of Hinckley and Newtown Unthonk. .- Subscribers-only content

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