CRICKET IN AUSTRALIA.
MELBOURNE, December 29.
The first cricket match between the English Eleven and Eighteen of Victoria
was commenced on the Melbourne Cricket ground on Saturday last.
The weather was fine, and the attendance on the ground very numerou
The conviction of Hugh GRANT for the willful murder of his child at
Workington was a forgone conclusion. It was impossible for the jury to return any
other verdict than the one which has produced such a profound sensation in West
Trader from London
The Robust Captain THOMAS, will leave Whitehaven in a few days for London. On
her arrival there, she will immediately load at Symon's Wharf, to return to
Notice will be given of her arrival o...
SMALL NEWS ITEMS.
MR. BRIGHT is improving slowly. He sits up for two hours and a half each day.
The record of admissions on Saturday was 11, 05S. The total since the opening is 1,520,853.
SINGULAR DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS NEAR COTEHILL.
A few days ago, as some workmen were busily making excavations in a sandpit, close to Wragmire House, Cotehill, they accidently fell in with a human skeleton, almost in a perfect state of preservati...
Our Dublin correspondent telegraphs that the Duchess of Marlborough has
addressed a letter to the distressed districts of Ireland, written in English and
Irish, and dated Viceregal Lodge, Dublin, April 21.
Her Grace says before leavi...
On Friday morning a fatal accident occurred on board the Golden Horn
(Captain IRVING) while on a passage from Mersey to Newcastle.
When nearing St. Bee’s Head, the main boom was seen knocking about, and the
mate, James IRVING, son of the Captain,
WOLSELEY received at Dover on Saturday and in London; but the gallant general knows
well that the crowds that greeted him with so much enthusiasm, though with so
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For Particulars enquire of JOHN LOSH, Esq., Woodside.
MR. A. E. GRAYSON, Dentist,
(Successor to his Father, the late MR. JOHN GRAYSON)
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
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