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  2. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    THE WEATHER AND THE STREETS.—It is admitted by all that the present pluvial visitation is the most remarkable that has occurred in Sydney for many years. So much has ...

    Article : 408 words
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    Advertising : 3,381 words
  4. QUEENSLAND.

    [?] House of assembly has [?]djourned to the [?] inst., as well to allow the Attorney-General, [?] Blakeney, Mr. M'Allister, and others, to [?]nd the sittings of the Supreme Court, at ...

    Article : 1,710 words
  5. THE INSURRECTION IN SICILY.

    Our narrative of the events in Sicily is resumed from yesterday, still taken from the letters of The Times' special correspondent:- On the 6th June General Let[?]zin called upon ...

    Article : 3,313 words
  6. MOUNT HOPE QUARTZ MINING COMPANY.

    A meeting of the shareholders of this company was held yesterday at Fraser's Hotel, William-street. Mr. RICKARDS, who presided, explained that ...

    Article : 1,717 words
  7. NEW ZEALAND.

    By the brig Comet we (Sydney Morning Herald) have Canterbury papers to the 26th ult., and Lyttelton to the 25th. The Canterbury Standard states that a private ...

    Article : 354 words
  8. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    MORE CONVICT LABOUR WANTED.—Ere the departure of the English mail, we would impress upon our friends in the mother country the advisability of supporting, as far as lies in their ...

    Article : 853 words
  9. COCHIN CHINA.

    By the arrivals from Saigon we learn that the blockade has been renewed, and that hostilities are about to recommence. Some of the vessels chartered here to load at Saigon for China are ...

    Article : 43 words
  10. CEYLON.

    THE PRUSSIAN EXPEDITION.— His Excellency Count Eulenberg, His Prussian Majesty's Ambassador Extraordinary to China and Japan, with a large staff of diplomatists and cavans, has ...

    Article : 123 words
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