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  2. HEARTHS AND HOMES.

    WHEN the physical frame is prematurely developed in early youth—when the boy exhibits the thews and stature of manhood, we admire indeed, yet not without some misgivings. ...

    Article : 1,545 words
  3. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, November 30.—We are all the qui vive anxiously awaiting the arrival of his Excellency the Governor of Queensland, for whose reception every preparation has been made. It is stated that the ...

    Article : 1,528 words
  4. TAMWORTH.

    THE above church was consecrated and thus set apart for Divine worship on Sunday, the 13th Nov., by the Bishop of Newcastle. His lordship arrived at Goonoo Goonoo on the Saturday, where he was met by the ...

    Article : 2,155 words
  5. PARRAMATTA.

    BAND OF HOPE.—A lecture was given to this association at the School of Arts on Wednesday evening by Mr. Creeny; subject, Entomology. Owing to the threatening state of the weather the attendance was rather limited. Pictures illustrative of the ...

    Article : 865 words
  6. NUNDLE.

    TO-DAY the Bishop of Newcastle arrived at the Camp, Nundle, and was hospitably received and entertained by the Commissioner, Captain Douglas, Divine service took place at half-past three p.m., ...

    Article : 221 words
  7. HANGING ROCK.

    NOVEMBER 15.—This evening, about seven o'clock, the Bishop of Newcastle arrived here, with the Rev. Mr. Williams, and repaired to Mr. Pugh's hotel. At half-past seven divine service commenced; the ...

    Article : 219 words
  8. WINDSOR.

    FATAL ACCIDENT AND MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY.—On Sunday evening last, just after sundown, Mr. John Wenban and family, of Wilberforce, were returning home in a spring-cart. In turning a corner, near his own house, one of the wheels of the cart went ...

    Article : 627 words
  9. STROUD.

    NOVEMBER 21.—The Bishop of Newcastle, accompanied by the Rev. F. O'Riely, arrived this day at Gloucester from the Manning River—where, on the previous day (Sunday), he preached to a crowded ...

    Article : 511 words
  10. "DOWN TO THIS HOUSE."

    SIR,—Why do honorable members speak of "coming down" to the Legislative Assembly chamber, in Macquariestreet? Macquarie-street is UP from most parts of the town, and ...

    Article : 202 words
  11. CAMPBELLTOWN.

    THERE are some seasons of the year when news and novelty are [?]ely obtainable at any price when there is nothing in the attendant but what every body knows, and nobody think worth their while talking about. When things or topics have reached ...

    Article : 806 words
  12. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—In your Parliamentary reports or yesterday's proceedings in the Assembly, I observe that when the motion for referring certain evidence taken last session on the "Presbyterian College," to a committee now sitting on the ...

    Article : 1,881 words
  13. BALMAIN REGATTA.

    SIR,—I am a great lover of boat racing and whenever an opportunity offers of witnessing one, I generally make it & point to be present. Yesterday [?]ing Saint Andrew's Day (and being a true Scotchman, I felt a double pleasure), ...

    Article : 206 words
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