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  2. FEDERATION and the SOUDAN EXPEDITION.

    At a luncheon given at Scott's Hotel, Melbourne, to Sir Henry Wrenfordsley on Tuesday. Mr. Kerford proposed the health of Sir Alfred Stephen (Cheors) Sir Alfred was the father of the Australian bar. No history of New ...

    Article : 810 words
  3. BALMAIN AND THE SOUDAN EXPE= DITION.

    A public meeting was held last night in the Town Hall at Dalmain, having been convened by a requisition to the Mayor, for the purpose of allowing the residents of the borough an opportunity of expressing their approciation of ...

    Article : 1,736 words
  4. MINISTERIAL VISIT TO ORANGE.

    The Ministerial tram for Orange left Redferu at 10 minutes past 8 o'clock tins morning, having on board the Acting Colonial Sicrotaiy, the Miuister for Lands, Minister for Justice, and Postmaster-General, who ...

    Article : 6,763 words
  5. THE LATE STORM AT WAGGA WAGGA.

    The damage which has been doneto the railway line between Wagga Wagga aud Sandy Crook by Monday's storm is rather extensive, but not serious. The ballast has been washed away in some places for distances of 30 yards, ...

    Article : 510 words
  6. THE SOUDAN EXPEDITION.

    Sir,—In your issue of to-day I notice a sub-leader attempting to ridicule Sir H. Parkes for the part he has taken by writine and opposing the unconstiutional action of the Government by spending a large sum of money in ...

    Article : 714 words
  7. WHO ARE IN THE WRONG?

    Sir,—It is very well, for a purpose which cannot be serve by argument, to speak of me as a person seeking popularity, Suppose it were so, what in the name of common sense are the auth9ros of this military commotion seeking? But it ...

    Article : 964 words
  8. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Six hundred men about to facea deadly climate and a fanatic, gallant for, and no ministyer of religion allowed to accompanhy them! I have said before, and I say agai n, the circumstance will be disgraceful to a Christian ...

    Article : 401 words
  9. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    Mr. W. J. H. Slee, the Inspector of Mines, has forwarded to the Mining Department a i sport in reference to the gold and antimony mines at Hillgrove. He had been informed by the dirctors of the Eleanora ...

    Article : 366 words
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