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  2. THE INDUSTRIES OF THE COLONY.

    Of equal, if not of greator, importance than the towns which form the centres of the Darling wool trade is the town of Hay, which is situated 460 miles from Sydney, in the heart of Southern Riverina[?] ...

    Article : 3,366 words
  3. REVIEW OF THE SESSION.

    The first session of the new Parliament of New South Wales commenced on the l5th December, 1880, and closed on the 6th April, 1881. The Legislative Council had 25 sittings during that period, and the ...

    Article : 1,943 words
  4. AFFAIRS IN IRELAND.

    A great change has come over Ireland and Irish affairs. A month ago I informed you that the Queen's speech had already exercised a calming influence, so far as Ireland herself was concerned; but a great fight has ...

    Article : 3,419 words
  5. MAURITIUS.

    I have, on the whole, rather satisfactory intelligence to forward from this by the present opportunity. Our prospects were unfavourable at the date of my last, but the planters have since then experienced most ...

    Article : 940 words
  6. PATRICK DIMOND'S CASE.

    Among the papers laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly just before the close of the session was a series of correspondence in reference to the granting of a license to Patrick Dimond. The concluding document of the series ...

    Article : 506 words
  7. PUBLICANS' LICENSES.

    Sir,—The recently passed Act to continue the Suspensory Licensing Act and to amend the licensing law is couched in such profuse verbiage, and the construction in some parts so involved, that the sum and substance of it in ...

    Article : 436 words
  8. THE WOOLLAHRA TRAMWAY.

    Sir,—Now that the date is definitely fixed for running the tram-cars to Waverley, it may not be out of place to impress upon the department the propriety of extending the first section to Queen-street, its natural termination. The ...

    Article : 114 words
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