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  2. Parliament.

    THE PRESIDENT took the chair at half-past 4 o'clock, and after some preliminary end formal business had been disposed of, Mr. Thoruton was appointed Chairman of Committees in the absence of Sir George Innes. The Council ...

    Article : 710 words
  3. New Discovery of Coal.

    The following concerning the new discovery of coal at Redhead, has been communicated to the NEWCASTLE HERALDM, of April 2:—Having business at Carlestown, to-day, I learned that ...

    Article : 505 words
  4. Morning Gallops.

    WORK was commenced at rather an early hour this morning but the light was very favourable. Crassder, as usual, act the ball roiling, running over a mite and quarter with a big weight up, in 2min 30sec 57sec being noted for his last ...

    Article : 915 words
  5. Probates and Administrations.

    The following is a continuation of the list of the principal probates and letters of administrations granted last July by the Supreme Court:—John Shipp, of Mudgee, publican; probate granted July ...

    Article : 424 words
  6. The Cook's Statue Concerts.

    The concert in the Conk statue enclosure last sight I was what is technically styled a complete success. There was a highly appreciative audience, and the performances were unexceptionably brilliant and ...

    Article : 438 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,108 words

    The Royal assent to the Adulteration of Food Prevention Bill, and me Felons' Apprehension Act Amendment Bill was announced. THE SYDNEY UNIVERSITY. ...

    Article : 2,817 words
  9. Adelong Autumn Races.

    The autumn race meeting was held yesterday, and the racing was not so interesting owing to the fact that many of the horses that ran at Tumut had left the district. The weather was splendid and the attendance good. ...

    Article : 110 words
  10. Brief Mention.

    The table d'hote of the Victoria Club was last week graced for the first time with a fine sample of English trout from the Moorabool, caught with the fly. They wera the result (the Age states), of an afternoon's ...

    Article : 942 words
  11. Shocking Suicide of a Clergyman.

    For some considerable time part (according to the ARGUS of Monday, March 31) the Rev. T. C. Cole, MA, (be Church of England pastor in charge of the Malvern and Oakleigh district, Victoria, has been ...

    Article : 947 words

    SIR.—Under the above beading I addressed o letter to you on the 4th February last, in which I drew attention to some previous correspondence upon the subject of the "Legacy Fraud" and commented upon the peculiar nature of a ...

    Article : 831 words



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