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  2. OPENING OF THE RAILWAY FROM TARAGO TO BUNGENDORE.

    The opening of the second portion of the first section of the Goulburn to Cooma line took place to-day. The first section extends from Goulburn to Bungendore, a distance of 41 miles. The first portion of this section, Goulburn to ...

    Article : 871 words
  3. THE DYNAMITE OUTRAGES IN LONDON.

    The Orient R.M.S, Poto[?], which arrived to-day from London, brings the following detailed account of the late disastrous dynamite explosions in London:- LONDON, Jan. 30. ...

    Article : 240 words
  4. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE.

    The Orient R.M.S. Potosi, Captain Studdart, from London January 20, Naples January 30, arrived this morning. The following is a list of her passengers:— ...

    Article : 258 words
  5. GENERAL SUMMARY.

    The anxiety regarding the position of General Stewart was relieved by the news received on 28th instant that this officer had succeeded, after hard fighting, in establishing himself at Gubat, on the Nile, two miles ...

    Article : 1,119 words
  6. THE EXPLOSION AT THE TOWER.

    This was the first in the order of time, occurring exactly at 2 o'clock. It took place in the banqueting room in the White Tower, the oldest portion. The fortress is divided into three floors. On the ground ...

    Article : 622 words
  7. PATRIOTIC FUND COMMITTEE.

    The weekly meeting of the Patriotic Fund committee was held yesterday afternoon at the Town Hall. There were present: The Hon. A. H. Jacob, M.L.C., chairman; the Hon. J. Macintosh, M.L.C.; Messrs. James R. Fairfax, ...

    Article : 1,443 words
  8. THE BANQUET.

    This afternoon a banquet was held in the goods shed, which had been decorated for the occasion. An excellent meal had been laid out by the Campagnoni Catering Company, and it was partaken of by upwards of 100 ladies and ...

    Article : 4,042 words
  9. RANDWICK ASYLUM.

    The monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Randwick Asylum for Destitute Children was held at the Town Hall yesterday afternoon. The chair was occupied by Mr. G. F. Wise(president). There were also present: ...

    Article : 420 words
  10. THE EXPLOSION IN WESTMINSTER HALL.

    The second explosion occurred in Westminster Hall, close to the entrance to the crypt, at eight minutes past 2. About that period a small party of visitors were pasting from the hall down the steps into the crypt, ...

    Article : 469 words
  11. THE CIVIL SERVANTS AND THE PATRIOTIC FUND.

    Sir,—Another circular addressed to the officers of a public department, inviting them to subscribe to the Patriotic Fund, has been sent to me by "A Dissentient Officer;" and it seems to me only just that the manner in ...

    Article : 406 words
  12. THE EXPLOSION IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

    The third explosion, about five minutes after that in Westminster Hall, occurred in the Interior of the House of Commons. A dynamite charge had been placed in the "Ayes" division of the lobby, which runs ...

    Article : 1,074 words
  13. THE "TWO POOR JINGORS."

    Sir,—In the letter which you publish this morning with the very appropriate signature of "Two Poor Jingoes," an unjustiflable reference is made to me, in which some petition is met down as "Sir Henry Parkes' petition." ...

    Article : 142 words
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