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  2. The MINISTERIAL VISIT to WELLINGTON.

    Mr. Cohen (Minister for Justice) and Mr. Norton (Postmaster- General), accompanied by Messrs. Butcher and Cass, members of the Legislative Assembly, arrived here by train shortly after 8 o'clock this morning, and were received by ...

    Article : 860 words
  3. OPEN COLUMN.

    [With a view to give scope for the fuller discussion of public topics, articles will occasionally be inserted under this heading, for the opinions of which the Editor does not hold himself responsible.] ...

    Article : 35 words
  4. REVIEWS.

    What Set Him Right. By the Author of Recreations of a Country Parson. London: lsbister and Co. 1885. This is a little volume of 15 sermons, containing the latest pulpit utterances of an author who ...

    Article : 1,855 words
  5. NOBLESSE OBLIGE.

    That now historic minute of Mr. Dalley's which produced the New South Wales Contingent, and the spectacle of the 3rd of March, was welcomed with acclamation by nearly every intelligent Australian, and ...

    Article : 1,375 words
  6. LECTURES. MR. SALA'S LECTURES.

    At the Protestant Hall last night another large and attentive audience listened to the re-delivery by Mr. George Augustus S[?] of his lecture, "Famous people whom I have seen and known." Among the more noticeable ...

    Article : 337 words
  7. TECHNICAL COLLEGE LECTURES.

    On Tuesday night Dr. von Lendenfeld concluded the subject of "Animal Histology" in a lecture delivered in the large hall of the Technical College. There was a large audience. The lecturer described the anatomy of the brain ...

    Article : 551 words
  8. FIGHTING AND FEDERATION.—[?].

    Sir,—In my first on this subject I contended that federation is a matter of urgency, but that it should be limited to the sole purpose of union for defence; and I suggested that to cusure promptitude of action the necessary powers should, ...

    Article : 2,799 words
  9. THE BANQUET.

    In the evening a banquet in honour of the Ministers was held in the large new brick building which is to be used by Mr. George Quilty as a general store. Between 60 and 70 gentlemen sat down, and the ...

    Article : 1,962 words
  10. SYDNEY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    A meeting of the Finance Committee of the City Council was held at the Town Hall yesterday afternoon. There were present—The Mayor, Aldermen John Young, Hardie, Dean, Meeks, Harris, Buckle, J. D. Young, Evan Jones, ...

    Article : 555 words
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