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ROYAL POLYTECHNIC-This place of instructive ?amusement continuée to attract respectable audiences. On Tuesday evening the home was literally crowded ; and the new vocalist, Mr. Banks, elicited great Y applause, especially in the buffo song of " the Man in
the Moon." Mr. Norrie spares no expense in provi-
ng the public with intellectual, as well as amusing
. billa of fare.;;.
THE DESTITUTE CHILDREN'S ASYLUM.-Tho Board <of Directors of the Destitute Children's Asylum having : bad their attention Gilled to the report of the Govern
' meet Commissioners upon the state of the above insti- tution, eppomted a tub-committee to inquire into '. some of the statements contained in that document. Ai a preliminary step the sub-committee requester] ' the opinion of the lady visitors upon the state and . general management of the institution, and these ladiei
nave handed to the secretary the'folio wing report :
-. io the Bev. Thoma* Druitt, Seoretary to the Asylum (or Daatltufc
. eis,-I beg to acknowledge the receipt ot a letter frdm you dated October 31*t, requesting me a» secretary to ino lady vlei tor; . of the Destitu o Children's Asylum, to solicit thtlr opinion of th«
state of the Institution, in reply, I hare to inform you that ¡1 special meeting waa held et the Asylum on Tuesday, the Oto In . aunt, for that purpose, when af cr amlnuteiasptethnof thewhoV
establishment, the lady visltorsexpreaeed themselves aallsrled wit) . ..the general order, management, and cl.anUnesa observsd.thri.uga
out. ! I iThe' ladles are also of opinion that the master and matron han '.showngreat eerccttneca and attention to their duties, while 1
must bo remembered they labjur under peculiar disadvantage : «riling from tb* dilepidUcd and inconvenient state of the presea ... building, the want 01 epaoc for play-grounds, to. .
Thc children are, generally speaking, healthy, and nppsa - cheerful ead contenue These remaiks are not the r ault alon
of the epedal mealing, held OB the flin instant, but arc drawn frot . .ob'icrviUoha, made by the lady vliltors ot their weekly visita t . the- Asylum, during tho last ten months.
Tue lady Visitors oonuot but «xpieta their coavloUou that ther is a ' gradual improvement io the emlre eapeot of the InsUtti litton. I am, Slr, toura, &o.
T Hon. (Secretary. . .DesUmtcChUar*B,s Asylum, November 7,1855.
RonnEMEs.-On either Monday night, or "NVednee -day morning, a bay pony or cob was stolen from Mi O. Iliire paddock, at Burry Hille ; and within th , same period, two coats, sundry , books, and a pair (
.platea candlesticks, were stolen from Mom Darlinghurst, the residence of Mr. Murnin.
. Vis are- rtqueated to oireot etteniion to Conan and Harbottls
.sale of fADoy goods, jewellery, &o, this day, at the Bank Aucllt . Booms, commencing at elcvea o'olojk pteoleely.-Adv.
WE are requested to direol the attention of droper*, outfl'.ter and others, to Messrs. Moore, Charlton, sud Co.'» tale cf urapor slope, and millinery, this day, at thtlr rooms, at eleven o'clock.
A XsAEsnoLD PSOFKBTV-Bringing In a capital rent-roll, ai .. altuatod In PrlBCe-atreit ; will be acid by publ.o auotlon, by 1 Muriel, at eleven oMsok, by order of thc official assignee.
Meckechnle, E q, on account of the Intestate estates of Willis and Ellen Hurley. Parties wiehlog to livest should avail thei - celrea ot Uti* uadtalable s.curity.-Ado.