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  2. Stealing Boots.

    At the Redfern police court Monday, before Mr. O'Mally Clarke, S.M., George Clarke was charged with stealing a pair boots, valued at 5s 6d, from the door of a shop in Regent-street, Redfern, ...

    Article : 111 words
  3. Borough Council Meetings.

    MACDONALDTOWN.—The usual meeting was held on Monday, October 15. Present.—The Mayor (Alderman Ho[?]all) and Aldermen Wright, Fallick, Irwin, Ives, and Bloomfield. The minutes of the previous meeting were [?] ...

    Article : 1,204 words
  4. The Occupation of Crown Lands.

    The fourth annual report upon the occupation of the Crown Lands Branch of the Department of Mines has just been issued. The report of the chief officer states that the loss of books and records ...

    Article : 444 words
  5. Our Norfolk Island Letter.

    We are all wonders just now, as we often do wonder, what is going on in the world around us; and it is with more than usual interest that we are looking for news at the present time. ...

    Article : 833 words
  6. Amusements.

    "The American," by Mr. G. H. Jessop, which was produced at the Opera House, for the first time in the colony, on Saturday night, is a comedy-drama in four acts. in which the comic element ...

    Article : 1,531 words
  7. Literary Remuneration.

    The rates for literary work vary very much indeed (says the "Exchange and Mart"). To men with names all sorts of high or fancy prices are given: but most papers and magazines have ...

    Article : 704 words
  8. Those Chimneys.

    The Insurance Brigade is not allowed to be altogether idle, even in seasons blessed by immunity from big fires. "Loud alarms" give them plenty of exercise, most times. They had another run Monday ...

    Article : 136 words
  9. Fish Ho!

    On Monday evening Mr. Emmerson, fishmonger, of King-street, had a magnificent show of fresh and cored fish. The former included splendid silver bream, black bream, red bream, ...

    Article : 147 words
  10. To Kill Men Without Pain.

    A New York man has applied for a patent for what he terms "An improved device for executing criminals condemned to death." It is a method of causing insta[?]neous death without pain to the j ...

    Article : 473 words
  11. Department of Mines.

    The annual report of the Department of Mines, New South Wales, for the year 1882, has been laid on the table of the House, and is a most interesting document. It occupies some 150 pages of printed ...

    Article : 1,087 words
  12. Trance Speaking.

    Mr. Charles Bright lectured at the Gaiety Theatre on Sunday evening, on "Trance Speaking," with special reference to the change of front lately exhibited by a former alleged mediamistic lecturer. Mr. ...

    Article : 104 words
  13. A "Retainer" Explained.

    The following anecdote is related of Daniel Webster, who, from being the son of a small farmer, raised himself to the position of one of the greatest statesmen and orators of the United States:— ...

    Article : 452 words
  14. Mayoral Banquet.

    The complimentary banquet given on Monday night to Alderman Horsfall, the Mayor of Macdonaldtown, was of such an extensive and complete character as to be [?] unprecedented in the history of that ...

    Article : 915 words
  15. Novel Drainage Operations.

    Mr. Jones, the city engineer, has adopted a novel method of lowering a sewer in King-st., between George and York streets, by which he saves the corporation time and money. The sewer was found to be ...

    Article : 146 words
  16. Property Sales.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 477 words
  17. The Late William Denton.

    "The World's Sages, Thinkers, and Reformers," we gather the following particulars concerning Professor Denton, who died of fever in New Guinea:—"This courageous geologist and Radical," says his ...

    Article : 742 words
  18. Three Actresses at Sea.

    The "New York Sporting and Dramatic News" gives the following account of a yachting adventure:—Miss Eleanor Carey, who summers at Winthorpe, Mass., and has a pretty cottage there, was ...

    Article : 551 words
  19. Divorce Case.

    A petition for divorce has been filed in Melbourne in the case of Towle v. Towle, in which Mrs. Jane Towle, formerly Jane Hall, prays for a dissolution of the marriage tie, on the ground of the alleged ...

    Article : 185 words
  20. Assault at Alexandria.

    John Wildman was charged at the Redfern police court Monday with cutting and wounding William Long, on Saturday last, with intent to do him gri[?]vous bodily harm, Constable Payne to ...

    Article : 257 words
  21. English Cricket.

    The prorogation of Parliament and toe close of the cricket season arrive almost together (wrote the London correspondent of the "Age," on August 24). Next week all the remaining matches of importance ...

    Article : 228 words
  22. Advertising

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    Advertising : 242 words



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