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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 106 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,594 words

    The representation of Australia at the Philadelphia Exhibition is already producing commercial results; and engendering a desire among the Americans to trade with these colonies. One of the largest houses in ...

    Article : 101 words

    In the case of George Sace, charged with obtaining a [?]1 from Charles Burton, by means of a [?] the jury could not agree, and, after being locked up for about six hours, were discharged. ...

    Article : 505 words
  6. Randwick Races.

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    A semi-official report that Prince Bismarck had resigned the Chancellorship of the German Empire through overwork that caused his temporary retirement necessary, is denied. ...

    Article : 87 words
  8. Parkes Races.

    Maiden Plate.-Idelfa won by three lengths, Moss Race bolted. Weed came in third. Town Plete.-Strickland's Gratis won as he liked, hands down. ...

    Article : 53 words
  9. £1000 Reward for Discovery of a New Goldfield.

    It will be remembered that £1000 reward was offered by the Mining Department last year for the discovery of payable gold in New South Wales at a depth not less than 80 feet. The Great Victoria ...

    Article : 125 words
  10. The Hawkesbury Election

    Sydney has been appointed as a polling place for the Hawkesbury election. The votes will be taken tomorrow in a room at the Central Police-office, George-street. ...

    Article : 31 words
  11. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 213 words

    Large numbers of persons are leaving to visit the Sydney Exhibition, but considerable disappointment has been caused because a large steamer was not laid on, and consequently many departures ...

    Article : 95 words
  13. New Building Society.

    In our advertising columns will be found the Prospectus of a New Building Society, to be called "The Operative." Owing to some alight typographical omissions in the advertisement yesterday, we commend ...

    Article : 72 words
  14. Amusements.

    The two "Fausts" are drawing good audiences to the Royal and Victoria Theatres, and are likely to run for time tima to come. Both are well played. At the Royal the fairy extravagant, which abounds in fun and ...

    Article : 296 words
  15. The Surplus Revenue.

    Mr. J. Hullens, in his stock and share list of yesterday, observes-"The announcement of the Government that the large surplus in the Treasury is to be spent instead of bein held over, is one of considerable ...

    Article : 76 words

    The weather is cool and pleasant. The District Court was opened about ten o'clock today by Judge Paul. The criminal list is heavy The Rev. Peter Campbell, of Sydney, who is on ...

    Article : 54 words
  17. Destructive Fire in Victoria

    A destructive fire, says hte Melbourne Argus, occurred in Seymour late on Monday evening. It broke out about 11 o'clock in Mr. Rickerby's [?] shop and store, and rapidly spread to Mr [?] dropery ...

    Article : 172 words
  18. APRIL 6.

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    The Rer. Dr. Bromby has accepted the[?] of St. Paul's. ' The first shipment of slates from she quarry at Tam o' Shanter Bay, Teemanis, recently opened up ...

    Article : 115 words
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    AFTER the long and painful discussions that have taken place in time past, concerting the management of the Randwick Asylum, one would not willingly dwell upon every triffing incident that ...

    Article : 678 words
  21. The Royal Plate Coach.

    The Times thus describes the Royal state coach in which Her Majesty proceed to the Houses of Pa[?] on February 28.-"It has just had a complate over[?]ling and been regilt. It was construoted in ...

    Article : 332 words
  22. Gaming in a Public Place.

    The case against John Hellindale, who was charged with gaming in a public place, to wit on Randwick racecourse, resulted in a conviction. The evidence of sergeant Bremner clearly established the fact that ...

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    Thomas Adam, of Raymond Terrace, trading as Adam and Sons. saw mill proprietors. Cause of sequestration; Inability to satisfy a judgment obtained by a creditor, losses upon a building contract, and fall ...

    Article : 64 words

    To-day, 130 tons of breadstuffs were despatched from Bathurst station to Sydney. The mills here are all full, and there are large quantities to follow. There never were such supplies of ...

    Article : 43 words
  25. MOAMA.

    The foundation-stone of the Public school was laid to-day by Mr. George Maunsell, the police magistrate, who alluded dsin his address to the action of the present: Premier, in enabling the ...

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    DAvid A.S. Cowper and Mary Hayes, being of an sound mind, were brought up for protection, and remanded for medical treatment on the certificates of Dr. Igan and Dr. Dansey. ...

    Article : 776 words
  27. MOLONG

    Mrs. Beaver, a farmer's wife, near Cudal, attempted suicide by cutting and stabbing her throat with a razor during a fit of temporary insanity, caused by illness. ...

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  28. Old Hancock's Ghost.

    Most extraordinary rumours and great excitement prevail in the neighbourhood of the Globe on [?] of circumstances which rival in [?] mystery the famous legend of the Cock-[?] ghost. The ...

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    The National Association has resolved to spend [?]2003 on additions to the Exhibition Buildings. Major Lowe has been instructed to visit Sydney during the cattle show week of the Exhibition. ...

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    The annual commemoration of the University takes place on Saturday. The stewards of the Kensington Park Races have disqualified Joseph Laverty and Leonard Grimwood ...

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    There were only seven cases of smallpox aboard the ship British Enterprise, one of which was one on the two now aboard. Notice has been issued for all children to be [?]. The passengers from ...

    Article : 92 words
  32. To the Editor.

    Sir.-[?] correct a mistake respecting the contractors for [?]. Cowan's large building, in course of [?]. I am the [?] contractor, not Messrs. [?]ning and Tupper, as stated. ...

    Article : 153 words

    There is nothing to report this morning in the Imports markets, merchants being fully occupied with mail correspondents. Our summary published to day in the Town and Country Journal contains the [?] ...

    Article : 42 words
  34. Stock and Share Market

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