Yesterday morning the Minister for Works received a large and influential deputation, consisting of members of Parliament and residents of West Maitland, who waited upon him to urge upon the Government the ...Article : 1,730 words
The SPEAKER took the chair at half-past 2 o'clock. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. Mr. GOULD, in reply to Mr. Dawson, stated, with regard to the Police Court case, in which Mr. N. S. C. ...Article : 8,175 words
Nature loves variety. It is a well-recognised fact that in the whole Cosmos no two things are precisely alike. The shepherd knows overy sheep in his flock, and it is far from improbable that ...Article : 2,274 words
The following official notifications were published yesterday's Government Gazette:— PROCI AMATIONS.—Municipal district of Burrowa, extension of time for making assessment; forming the ...Article : 745 words
Mr. J. P. Abbott to more for leave to introduce a bill to amend the "Rebend Coal-nine Railway Act of 1883." Mr. Hurley to move, that there be laid upon the table of this House by the clerk, [?]py of the evidence taken before ...Article : 170 words
A joint meeting of the Free Trade Associations of Redfern, Waterloo and Alexandria, and Botany was held last night at the Forester's Hall, Waterloo, for the purpose of selecting the candidate to stand in the ...Article : 228 words
A deputation, consisting of the Mayor and councillors of North Botany, accompanied by Mr. Howe, M.L.A., interviewed the Postmaster-General yesterday and requested that a money order and telegraph office should ...Article : 175 words
"It was stated in the report of the above show that Mr. Commons gained first prize for the Malay coop. Mr. W. Carson gaine first and special prize, and Mr. Commons gained second prize. Mr. S. Francis was ...Article : 97 words
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