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  2. Official Report on the Rush near Cootamundra.

    We are indebted to the Mining Department for the following report on the now rash near Cootamundra: Department of Mines, Sydney, Oct., 14, 1879. Sir,-Upon receipt of your instructions (per ...

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  3. International Exhibition.

    To-day being a peopled day, there is a good number going to the Garden Palace this morning, and we are glad to learn at a meeting of the Committee of Interior Arrangements, held yesterday ...

    Article : 636 words
  4. Amusements.

    "Saratoga" was produced last night at the Theatre Royal for the last time, to a very fair attendance. To-night an amateur entertainment will be given in aid of the Masonic Widows' and Orphans' ...

    Article : 755 words
  5. Sporting.

    Subjoined is a statement of the number of entries resolved for the V.R.C. Spring Meeting:-Melbourne Stakes 10, Hotham Handicap 31, Essendon Stakes 10, Footscray Stakes 20. Maiden Plate 10, Railway Stakes 4, Kensington ...

    Article : 86 words
  6. Mennonite Immigrants.

    It is stated by the Queensland papers that Bishop Bagnion, in pursuance of an arrangement made by him with the Queensland Government will shortly proceed to Russia for the purpose of bringing out ...

    Article : 136 words
  7. War's Inhumanities.

    FEW incidents in modern warfare have provoked such extended acrimonious discussion as the Algerian affair of the Caves of the Ouled Riahs, which all readers of Kinglake's History will ...

    Article : 697 words

    The billiard entertainment of last evening attracted, we are pleased to say a much better attendance than the one the previous entertainment boasted of, and if there were no very "tall breaks," the game towards the finish was as ...

    Article : 335 words
  9. Corporation Committee Meeting.

    At the fortnightly meeting of the city finance committee, held yesterday, accounts amounting to £1435 10s 6 1/2d were passed for payment. The following are the items of which the above-mentioned ...

    Article : 174 words
  10. Marine Board Decisions.

    The Marine Board, consisting of Captain Hixon (president), and Captains Jenkins, Fox, Broomfield, and M'Lean, gave their decision yesterday in the matter of the collision between the steamers Galatea ...

    Article : 223 words
  11. The Rifle Association.

    THE general entry for the matches of the New South Wales Association closes on Tuesday evening, when the secretary will be in attendance, at 10, O'Connell-street, to receive entrances from competitors. There are 18 matches ...

    Article : 723 words
  12. The Trade of New Zealand.

    The Auckland STAR furnishes us with the following as to the trade of New Zealand:-During the year 1878 the total imports into the colony amounted to £8,755,667, and the exports to £6,015,700. The ...

    Article : 223 words

    Sewing machines have of late years entered so largely into the domestic life of civilized communities, as well as manufactories, that it is no matter for surprise to see keen competition among their makers and vendors. ...

    Article : 773 words
  14. Applicants for Government Employ.

    We have been requested to state, for the information of the numerous applicants for employment in the Department of Lands, and in order to prevent further disappointment, that no more appointments ...

    Article : 83 words
  15. Township Reserve, St. Leonards.

    A public meeting of the residents of North Shore was held on last evening, under the presidency of Mr. Tunks, at the School of Arts, St. Leonards, to consider the question of the proposed opening of roads ...

    Article : 255 words
  16. Annexation of New Guinea.

    FROM time to time additions are made to the British Empire which hardly appear to excite any attention whatever, so accustomed apparently have the public become to surprises of this kind. ...

    Article : 343 words

    SIR,-The hon. secretary to the institution for the deaf, dumb, and blind, having stated at the annual meeting held last Monday that the late teacher of the blind, and sub-matron had asked him to procure the ...

    Article : 806 words
  18. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,625 words
  19. The Late Mr. G. B. Molle.

    One of the most kindly, genial, and widely popular of Brisbane residents has vanished from our midst with an awful suddenness that adds to the gloom of our loss (says the BRISBANE COURIER, October 14). ...

    Article : 414 words

    Millers of New South Wales will make their visit to the Garden Palace a profitable one by spending half an hour or so in examining a new patent centrifugal dressing machine, exhibited by Mr. J. H. Sanderson, on Messrs. Hornsley's ...

    Article : 199 words
  21. Young Australia Curbed.

    One of our elder "Pillars of the State," walking near Cook's Statue, Hyde Park, the other day, ensountered there "roughs" of the genius yolept Arab. "I say," exclaimed one of those juveniles to his ...

    Article : 423 words
  22. The Time-Payment System.

    This morning, at the Central Police Court, a money-lender, named C. W. Bucknell, was charged by warrant with having on October 1, feloniously broken in and entered the dwelling of isaac Stephen ...

    Article : 396 words

    Messrs. John Brinsmead and Sons exhibit several choice and beautiful samples of their pianofortes in the nave adjacent to the American Court. These consist of a short iron grand, or what is usually called a semi-grant, about ...

    Article : 488 words
  24. Advertising

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    Advertising : 298 words



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