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  2. The Child Murder at Sandridge Victoria.

    A FEARFUL child murder, as our readers have been apprised by telegraph, took place at Sandridge on the 5th instant, and the effect was so appalling that business was entirely suspended. We gather ...

    Article : 1,994 words
  3. Aquatics.

    THE usual monthly meeting of members of the Prince Alfred Yacht Club was held Wednesday evening at their rooms, Punch's Hotel, King-street-Commodore Hanks presiding—when seven new members were elected. ...

    Article : 996 words

    A CORRESPONDENT lately arrived in Sydney from the Navigator's Group, where he resided for some time, and had an opportunity of becoming fully acquainted with the frightful state of things prevail ...

    Article : 1,825 words
  5. Randwick Races.

    Splendid weather thiS afternoon, and the course arrangements, as usual, all that could be wished; and those who remember how the sand used to blow over us, not only in transitu to the course, but back again ...

    Article : 4,095 words

    There were only about 2000 people od the ground on Thursday, and there was, in consequence, no difficulty in viewing at one's leisure the contents of the building. Some additional exhibits from New Caledonia ...

    Article : 1,774 words
  7. Police Courts, Tins Day.

    Joseph Hotham was charged by Mrs. Weir, with Picking her pocket of 2s 6d, whilst proceeding along George-street in a Redfern 'bus. Prosecutrix gave him into custody. Produced her dresss, which was torn by ...

    Article : 212 words
  8. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,158 words

    Edmund Crowe was found guilty of being drank and disorderly in Yurong-street, and mulct in the sum of 10s, with the alternative of spending two days in Darlinghurst. The same man, for assaulting the ...

    Article : 112 words
  10. SUPREME COURT.-Friday.

    Mr. C. J. Manning appeared in support of tbe conviction ; the prisoner whs not represented. The prisoner Uogerson wan convicted at the last sittings of the Cenirul Criminal Court, before Mr. ...

    Article : 617 words
  11. Miscellaneous Items.

    The Southern Standard understands it is in contemplation to form a company to run steamers from Two-fold Bay to and from Sydney, Melbourne, and other intermediate ports.-Mr. Archer, the ...

    Article : 1,062 words
  12. Insolvency, This Day

    William Shoesmith, of Lambton, formerly store-keeper, but now out of business. Cause of insolvency: Pressure of a judgment creditor. Liabilities, IA77 15s 7d, whereof L232 10s are secured. Assets, L332 9s 1d. ...

    Article : 365 words



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