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  2. PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The PRESIDENT took the chair at half-past 4 o'clock. PETITIONS. Mr. DAVIES and Dr. TAR[?]ANT presented petitions ...

    Article : 496 words
  3. MILITARY MATTERS.

    Major-General Hutton will leave Sydney this afternoon for Melbourne, where he and Mrs. Hutton will he the guests of Sir William and Lady Clarke for some days. General Hutton contemplates ...

    Article : 543 words
  4. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    Owners and trainers of small horses are reminded that nominations for the following events on the card for the Moorefield Pony and Galloway Meeting to be held on the 6th instant must be lodged with the ...

    Article : 811 words
  5. MEETINGS.

    The monthly meeting of members of the Royal Society of New South Wales was held last evening at the society's house, Elizabeth-street North. The president (Professor Anderson Stuart) occupied the ...

    Article : 1,546 words
  6. THE MELBOURNE CUP FAVOURITE.

    The Melbourne Cup favourite, Tim Swiveller with C. Lewis in the saddle, did an excellent gallop over two miles at Caulfield to-day. He was assisted at different stages of the journey by three stable ...

    Article : 41 words
  7. ASPENDALE PARK RACES.

    The attendance at Aspendale Park to-day was of average proportions. The weather was fine, and the racing was of a first-class character, some of the contests being very close and exciting. The ...

    Article : 582 words
  8. MUNICIPAL COUNCILS.

    A meeting of the Randwick Council was held on the 31st ultimo. Present—Aldermen H. F. Francis (Mayor), Robertson, Spring, Lowe, Starkey, Napper, Kinane, Alcock, Royall, Pearce, and ...

    Article : 279 words
  9. NORTHERN JOCKEY CLUB.

    The following entries were received to-day for the meeting of the Northern Jockey Club on 9th and 10th November- FLYING HANDICAP, 6 furlongs.—Alethe, Mariner, ...

    Article : 179 words
  10. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    The SPEAKER took the chair at half-past 4 o'clock. RECOVERY OT THE SPEAKER. Mr. SPEAKER, who was greeted with cheers, said: I have to express my regret that I have been ...

    Article : 6,106 words
  11. KENSINGTON PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    Favoured by beautiful weather yesterday, the Kensington pony and galloway races attracted a large attendance. The track was in good order, and the appointments first class, while the sport was of an ...

    Article : 1,062 words
  12. NEWTOWN.

    This council met on the 31st October. The Mayor (Alderman Rigg) occupied the chair, and there were Present—Aldermen Whately, Weeks White, M'Cann, Lane, Dolman, Smith, Morgan, Cox, and Salmon. ...

    Article : 227 words
  13. CRICKET.

    The monthly match of the Association Ground members was played yesterday. Mr. S. Thompson captained one side and Mr. Jackson the other, and the latter's side was victorions by 5 runs. Mr. ...

    Article : 472 words
  14. NORTH BOTANY.

    This council met on 31st October. Present—The Mayor (Alderman Laycock), Aldermen Coward, Heaslip, Ramsay, Sparks, Brewer, and Reeve. Apologies for non-attendance through illness were ...

    Article : 232 words
  15. THE POLITICAL SITUATION.

    Mr. John Young addressed a public meeting in the School Hall, Trafalgar-street, A[?]nandale, last night, on the subject of the political situation. There was a large attendance. Alderman Ferris presided. ...

    Article : 684 words
  16. THE MEAT EXPORT TRADE.

    Sir,—The leading article in your issue to-day commends itself to the thinking portion of the masses who are being continually misled by labour leaders. The change for the better in the social condition in New ...

    Article : 519 words
  17. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    The local cricketers played the Wollongong Kensingtons here to-day, and were dofeated by 50 runs. ...

    Article : 24 words
  18. THE CAMELS.

    Sir,—I am amazed that the press continues to give insertion to so much nonsense about camels. We are told daily that horses never get accustomed to the sight of the strange beasts, but that daily fearful ...

    Article : 246 words
  19. AQUATICS.

    The monthly meeting of members of the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron was held at the club rooms, Post Office-chambers, Pitt-street, yesterday afternoon. The chair was occupied by Mr. Baner. ...

    Article : 124 words
  20. LILLIE BRIDGE PONY RACING AND TROTTING MEETING.

    The following are the handicaps for the above meeting, to be run this evening:- [?] HANDICAP (12.0 and 12.1),3 furlongs.—Maribeau, 11st 2lb; Eurobin, 9st; Nut, 8st 9lb; Canary, 7st 12lb; ...

    Article : 151 words
  21. RANDWICK ASYLUM.

    The monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Randwick Asylum was held at the Town Hall yesterday afternoon. There were present:—Mr. Robert Hills (president), Mr. Joseph Graham ...

    Article : 178 words
  22. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) V.R.C. SPRING MEETING.

    The following scratchings were recorded in connection with the V.R.C. Spring Meeting to-day:— All engagements: Delaware. Derby: Budgeree, Parnook, and Shotbolt. ...

    Article : 45 words
  23. LEGAL CLAIM TO COMPENSATION.

    Sir,—In answer to Mr. Dash I have only half-adozen words to say. Like those who refuse to see, although possessed of eyes, Mr. Dash carefully avoids touching upon the most convincing portion of the ...

    Article : 118 words
  24. MELBOURNE BETTING MARKET.

    The betting market was fairly active to-day. The principal business on the Melbourne Cup was over Sainfoin, who was backed privately, and at the reading of the card at the Victorian Club to win about ...

    Article : 326 words
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