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  2. The "Bulletin" Libel Action.

    Mr. Darley resumed his speech. He stated that if his learned friend choose to say that the MSS. were destroyed, he had nothing more to say on the subject. With respect to the evidence given by ...

    Article : 1,606 words
  3. Sporting.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 267 words
  4. THE LATE TORPEDO EXPLOSION.

    SIR,—Would you kindly allow me, through the medium of your columns, to express my dissatisfaction of Mr. Cracknell's suggestions as regards the Hobsons Bay torpedo explosion, he failing to throw ...

    Article : 195 words
  5. Deputations.

    A deputation was introduced to the Secretary for Works yesterday by Messrs. Young and See, M.P.'s, to ask the removal of the obstacles to the navigation of the Manning River which existed in its ...

    Article : 70 words
  6. Central Criminal Court.

    Mr. F. E. Rogers and Mr. Heydon prosecuted on behalf of the Crown; and Messrs. W. B. Dally, J. H. Want, and H. E. Cohen, instructed by Messrs. Slattery and Heydon, defended. ...

    Article : 797 words
  7. A Chip of the Old Block.

    MR. Herbert Gladstone, who represents Leeds in the House of Commons, made his maiden speech. in that House on Thursday, March 24, and it seems to have made a decidedly favourable ...

    Article : 1,067 words
  8. THE CHINESE QUESTION AT NEWCASTLE.

    Mr. G. A. Lloyd, M.P., introduced a deputation consisting of Mr. Creer (Mayor of Newcastle) and Alderman Wallace to the Colonial Secretary this morning, to present the resolutions arrived ...

    Article : 239 words
  9. PRODUCE EXCHANGE FOR SYDNEY.

    SIR,—My attention has just been directed to a letter from Mr. Sydney Smith, and also the article in the leading columns of Thursday's issue of the EVENING NEWS, suggesting the establishment of a produce ...

    Article : 462 words
  10. SYDNEY GYMNASIUM.

    Last night the members of the Sydney Gymnasium, assisted by professors W. Miller and D'Harcourt, held their first quarterly gathering. The attendance, considering the weather, was very fair, and all,amongst whom were a ...

    Article : 181 words
  11. A Curiosity in Parliamentary Representation.

    IN spite of the judges' report, Mr. Dodson remains member for Chester. He cannot sit or vote, because, in the words of the Act of Parliament, "having been declared guilty by his agents ...

    Article : 262 words
  12. THE AMATEUR ATHLETIC SPORTS.

    SIR,—Noticing in your issue of yesterday a letter from a "Member's Daughter." referring to the attendance at the recent amateur athletic sports, I desire to say that tickets are not issued in an indiscriminate manner, as eachs ...

    Article : 145 words
  13. COURSING.

    A committee meeting of the New South Wales Coursing' Club was held yesterday afternoon, at their rooms, Wentworth-court. Present Mr. W. LambKin (in the chair), R. L. Tooth, M.L.A., Dr. C. Belasrio, H. M'Quade, James ...

    Article : 297 words
  14. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,679 words
  15. Modern Italian Sermons.

    NONE but those who have the curiosity—no other motive can be for a moment pretended—to frequent Italian churches for the purpose of hearing the sermons preached from their pulpits, can have ...

    Article : 1,070 words
  16. The Infirmary.

    An old man named Michael Nolan, a fisherman, was taken to the lafirmary yesterday. He had been found in a boat half fall of water, floating about in Woolloomooloo Bay, and he was evidently under the ...

    Article : 66 words
  17. More Chinese Coming.

    Intelligence is to hand that there is another instalment of Chinese at hind. The Glamis Castle from Hongkong has called at Cooktown with 850 Chinese on board, and is now on her way to Sydney, where ...

    Article : 160 words
  18. Workmen's Suburban Railway Tickets.

    The old axiom that a gift horse should not be looked in the month, does not seem to have weighed with those who have been the recipients of the concession recently made by the Railway Department in ...

    Article : 183 words
  19. Railway Enterprise.

    A strong spirit of railway enterprise (observes the AUSTRALASIAN) is taking possession of the public mind throughout Australia. It is fostered, if not developed, by the attractive projects with which ...

    Article : 542 words
  20. Advertising

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    Advertising : 365 words
  21. School of Arts Debating Club.

    The usual weekly meeting of the members of the School of Arts Club, took place last Monday evening in the College hall. The president of the club, Mr. G. H. Raid, M.P., occupied the chair, and a large ...

    Article : 458 words
  22. Police Courts.

    Francis M. Murray was charged with cutting and wounding Michael Healey on May 13. The prosecntor stated that while walking into the Central Police Court on the previous Friday the prisoner ...

    Article : 300 words
  23. The Deepest Mine in Australia.

    The diamond drill has ceased work in the Magdala shaft, Stawell, Victoria, having bored 521 feet below the bottom of the shaft, or to a total depth of 3013 feet, or 2202 feet below the level of the sea. The ...

    Article : 158 words
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