Sir,—Perhaps you will permit a visitor from New Zealand who never saw your city before, or since he left London 30 years ago one as large, to give you a few of his impressions after a brief stay in Sydney. ...Article : 783 words
A deputation representing the Senate of the University, consisting of Mr. District Court Judge Backhouse and Mr. Barff, Registrar, waited upon Mr. Suttor, Minister for Education, yesterday with ...Article : 1,984 words
The board sat yesterday afternoon, there being present all the members, Mr. C. W. Darl[?]y presiding. The secretary reported that the total receipts for ...Article : 650 words
It is now eight years, observes the Pall Mall Gazette, since Dr. Richard Garnett, the courteous and accomplished Keeper of Printed Books at the British Museum, first called attention to the many ...Article : 1,232 words
The monthly meeting of the Municipal Council of Sydney was hold in the Town Hall, George-street, yesterday,. The Mayor (Alderman W. P. Manning, M.L.A.) was in the chair, and there were also ...Article : 2,476 words
Sir,—The secretary of the licensed victuallers informs us that an attempt will again be made to insert compensation clauses in the Liquor Traffic Local Option Bill. Why does he not t[?] us the scheme by ...Article : 876 words
The Secretary to the N.S.W. Commission in connection with the Chicago World's Fair has received a letter from Dr.R[?]nwick, the Executive Commissioner at Chicago, dated ...Article : 453 words
The initial [?]tting of the eleventh [?]ial meeting of representatives of the various lodges in connection with the Grand United Order of Oddfellows was held at the hall belonging to the order, in ...Article : 1,232 words
A meeting of the executive committee of the National Association was hold at the offices, 34 Jamieson-street, Sydney, on Mondat evening last. The president of the association (Mr. G. All[?]n ...Article : 294 words
Sir,—In the one sitting of 11th Apr[?] instant, the New South Wales Assembly rather hurr[?]dly passed with reference to one of the most promising agricultural and industrial resources of the colony a ...Article : 1,156 words
Sir,—Your correspondent the general secretary of the United Licensed Victuallers' Association in Saturday's issue states that he is able to produce pledges from certain members in favour of compensation. ...Article : 181 words
Sir,—It is scarcely reasonable for persons to claim that Civil servants should be entitled to take an active part in the politi[?]s of the country, for as their name implies the Civil servants are ...Article : 330 words
A meeting was held in the Temperance Hall, Pitt-street, last evening, for the purpose of organising a committee to secure the united action of the electors in the contest which must sooner or later ...Article : 327 words
Sir,—The question of compensation to hotelkeepers opens up many important considerations in which the people are deeply interested, but in which it seems dif[?]cult to obtain a clear view for the public ...Article : 925 words
Sir,—Will you kindly allow me space [?] which to notice some of the points taken in your leaader of Saturday last[?] When the Education Act was passed, it came, I think, as the result of a ...Article : 464 words
Sir,—Your correspondent "Scru[?]ator," whose letter under the above heading appears in your issue of the 21st instant, and who evidently, judging from the way in which he writes, is a mounted ...Article : 785 words
The annual meeting of the Church of England Sunday-school Institute was held in the Chapter[?] house last evening. The Primate, Dr. S[?]marez Smith, presided. The attendance, which numbered ...Article : 1,250 words
Sir,—I quite agree with many of the remarks of your correspondent "One of 16" in his letter in your issue of the 17th instant. It really is most scandalous that we household[?] should be taxed to ...Article : 346 words
The following official notifications were published in yesterday's Government Gazette:- RESUMPTION OF CONSULAR DUTIES—It is notified that E. O. Smith has resumed his duties as Consul ...Article : 264 words
Sir,—I would like to draw the attention of the Commissioners for Railways to a matter with regard to the system of fares on our trams, especially the Crown-street tram. I am sure every right-thinking ...Article : 161 words
Sir,—Being intensely interested in this railway kindly permit me to add my expression of disappointment at the time-table that has been issued. Six months ago I was induced to take up my residence ...Article : 165 words
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