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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 750 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 71 words

    The Bank rate of interest is 4 per cent. The authorities of the General Post-Office report the detention of a portion of the Australian mails at Brindisi on the 24th December. The detention ...

    Article : 67 words

    MR. JOSEPH JAGER, having arrived at the happy condition of believing in nothing, is surprised and ind[?]nent to find himself declared unworthy of belief in the commonest court of justice. Refusing a public confession ...

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    At the Theatre Royal on Saturday afternoon next, there will be a performance of the pantomime for the especial behoof of children, who will be admitted to all parts of the house at half price. ...

    Article : 43 words
  7. Handball.

    A meeting of the committee of the Intercolonial Handball Association took place at Punch's Hotel last night ; Mr. James Madden in the chair. Correspondence on the subject of the approaching match ...

    Article : 89 words
  8. Bacon Stealers.

    At the Central Police Court, this morning, before Messrs. Renwick, Gorus, and Levey, two men named Edward Maloney and Henry Williams, characters wellknown to the police, were convicted of stealing a side of ...

    Article : 49 words
  9. Carriage of Exhibits on the American : Railways.

    We understand that a telegram has been received by the Government, conveying the intelligent that the American railway companies have altered their determination to convey exhibits for the Philadelphia ...

    Article : 100 words
  10. The Haymarket Shooting Case.

    The man, Michael M'Kinnon, was brought upon remand at the Central Police Court this morning, before, the Police Magistrate (Captain Scott), on the charge of shooting Frederick Ward, with intent to ...

    Article : 56 words
  11. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 222 words
  12. The New Great Synagogue Bazaar.

    The gross returns from the bazaar held in the temporary pavilion, near the Post Office, amount to £4700. The expenses amount to £450, so that there remains to the credit of the building fund, £4250. ...

    Article : 64 words
  13. LONDON. January 3rd, 10.40 p.m.

    Major-General R. C. Shenck, the Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States of America in London has inquired from the British Cabinet what are the news of ...

    Article : 83 words
  14. Imported Thoroughbred Horse.

    Yesterday was landed from the Thomas Stephens, from London, in splendid condition, the celebrated horse, Lastly, by Trumpeter, out of Maud, [?]c. Lastly run second for the Ascott Hunt Club Cup ...

    Article : 137 words
  15. Blondin.

    On Monday night Blondin gave a final performance for the benefit of the charities of Sydney. It was thought, and the thought was expressed that the attendance would be small owing to the holidays being over ...

    Article : 119 words

    The Melbourne car owners are on strike because the Municipal Council demands increased license fees. Miss Towers presented Messrs. Sheehan and ...

    Article : 81 words
  17. Construction of Locomotives.

    In the minds of a good number of persons, both in this colony and is Victoria, there appeals to be some misapprehension concerning the terms of the tenders for the construction of locomotives for the New ...

    Article : 166 words
  18. Frozen Sheep.

    The determination arrived at by Messrs. Mort and Nicolle not to risk the chance of the failure of their experimental shipment of frozen meat to Europe by using the sheep which remained unharmed in the ...

    Article : 188 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 39 words
  20. (From the Herald's Mess[?]es.)

    The monthly escort left here with 3113 oz. 1 dwt. ...

    Article : 30 words
  21. Forgery.

    Two men, named James Moore and Patrick Macdonald, on remand, were charged at the Water Police Court, this morning, with having, on the 23rd December, forged and uttered a valueless cheque for ...

    Article : 305 words

    The Sydney Cricketers (Barton excepted) left Sendridge to-day, soon after 3. Previously their healths were drunk, and farewells exchanged at the hotel. A large number were present to witness ...

    Article : 370 words
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    THERE has been issued from the Government Printing Office, in pursuance of an order of the Legislative Council, "a draft Bill for School Sites," with correspondence respecting it. The Cabinet ...

    Article : 857 words
  24. Encounter with a Snake.

    On Saturday last, Mr. James Kennedy, of Goldsmith-street, and Mr. M'Knight, jun., with one or two others were out enjoying the "luxuries of the just opened game season," on the banks of the Wollondilly ...

    Article : 252 words

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  26. Latest from Cooktown.

    The regatta on New Year's Day passed off well. The Florence Irving was used as flagship. Captain Phillips and crew won several contests. The weather was very hot. The day was kept a close ...

    Article : 196 words
  27. Fatal Accident at Goulburn.

    On Monday evening a young man named John Clarke, son of Mr. H. S. Clarke, jeweller of Auburn-street, and employed as ironmonger in the store of Messrs. Davies, Alexander, and Co, went to bathe in ...

    Article : 242 words

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  29. Amusements.

    There is very little abatement in the patronage of the pantomimes, both being still largely attended. At the Theatre Royal a neat little book of the pantomime is obtainable, which is well worth keeping, if ...

    Article : 269 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 884 words
  31. Portrait of a celebrated Australian Navigator.

    From Melbourne papers we learn that a portrait of one of the most illustrious Australian Navigators, Captain Flinders, has just been added to the Melbourne Public Library. Mrs. Ann Petrie, Captain Flinders' ...

    Article : 306 words

    ALARM OF FIRE.—About half-past ten o'clock on New Year's night an alarm of fire was rung out, which caused a great commotion in the streets. The angina was very soon manned by the Brigade and many wiling helpers, and taken ...

    Article : 308 words

    The Savings' Banks have decided to pay 5 per cent, on deposits for the year just closed. The inmates of the hospital complain that the Christmas fare intended for them was consumed ...

    Article : 71 words
  34. Fire in Castlereagh-street.

    A fire occurred at four o'clock this morning to Castlereagh-street, by which the Queen's Hotel, situated three or four doors from the new Theatre Royal, was almost totally destroyed. At the time the fire broke ...

    Article : 521 words
  35. The Lingards appear at Goulburn to-night.

    On New Year's Day the annual railway excursion in aid of the Oddfellow's Building Fund was held at Goulburn. The site chosen on this occasion was one of Mr. Ranken's paddocks at Carrick ; and except that ...

    Article : 534 words
  36. Patteson Memorial Melenesian Mission Fund.

    A meeting of the subscribers to the Patteson Memorial Endowment Fund of the Melanesian Mission was held yesterday afternoon, in the Church Society's rooms is Phillip-street. The attendance numbered ...

    Article : 382 words
  37. Immense Increase of Insect Life.

    Mr. James S Bray, of the Telegraph Office, who has attained some distinction by the exhibition of his entomological collections, informs us that this year is, in the scene of his researches, the hush on the North ...

    Article : 336 words



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