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  2. OUR MELBOURNE LETTER.

    Last [?] [?]erybody was of one mind excepting Mr. Scott [?] German youths. It is naturally to be expected that the German mind should take its colour from its own national preposseasions; ...

    Article : 1,767 words
  3. THE PROSPECT CAMP.

    Yesterday afternoon the Hon. F. A. Wright, Minister for Works, accompanied by Dr. Mackellar, medical adviser to the Government, and Mr. E. O. Moriarty, Engineer-inChief for Harbours and Rivers, paid a visit of inspection to ...

    Article : 878 words
  4. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.

    The following notifications appear in yesterday's Gazette:- APPOINTMENTS.—Mr. Edmund Sager to be secretary to the medical adviser to the Government; Mr. Norman Black ...

    Article : 999 words
  5. DR. TARRANT, M.P., at SHOALHAVEN.

    After the political banquet at Gerringong on Wednesday night, the Ministers and members accompanying Dr. Tarrant parted company, and returned to Kiama to await Thursday's boat for Sydney. On Thursday morning ...

    Article : 2,808 words
  6. FEDERATION AND NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The following despatch from the Agent-General, Mr. R. Murray Smith, has (says the Argus) been received by Mr. Service:- "8, Victoria-chambers, Victoria-street, Westminster, ...

    Article : 710 words
  7. THE SITE FOR NOXIOUS TRADES.

    The long—deforred question of a site for noxious trades was brought to an issue by the Cabinet yesterdat. The matter was brought under the notice of the Government by the Acting Colonial Secretary (Hon. W. B. Dalley), who ...

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  8. PROPOSED BANQUET to the COMMODORE and 0FFICERS of the NELSON.

    A meeting of gentlemen desirous of a demonstration being made to mark the esteem in which they hold Commodore Erskine and the officers of H.M.S. Nelson was convened by the Mayor of Sydney, in response to an invitation, ...

    Article : 949 words
  9. [Extracts Referred To.]

    "1. From the Governor of New South Wales to Lord Derby, Received 23rd September, 1884 (telegraphic):- 'Victorian Premier invites further pressure on her Majesty's Government for British protection of all (further) islands ...

    Article : 90 words
  10. WOOD PAVEMENTS.

    Sir,—Passing over Mr. Young's ninth letter as containing nothing of any consequence, I shall conclude these few criticisms with a consideration of his last letter. I congratulate Mr. Young on having at last really ...

    Article : 940 words
  11. NEW POLICE MANUAL.

    The Police Manual which has hitherto been the authorised guide for the police force of this colony has been superseded by another, copies of which are about to be issued to all members of the force. Forming part of the ...

    Article : 822 words
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  13. THE CLARENCE PRESBYTERY.

    At a meeting of the Clarence Presbytery, held at Rocky Mouth on Wednesday, it was decided to ask the Church Extension Committee to appoint the Rev. Alex. Fraser, who has recently arrived in the colony, to supply ...

    Article : 101 words
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