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  2. ROYAL SOCIETY of NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The monthly meeting of the Literature and Fine Art Section of the Royal Society of New South Wales was held last evening; Mr. E. L. Montefieve occupied the chair. Mr. PERCY E. WILLIAMS, honorary secretary, reported ...

    Article : 845 words
  3. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.

    The following notifications appear in yesterday's Gazette:— POLICE FORCE.—Senior-sergeant Steele, to be police storekeeper; the following to be sub-inspectors: A. B. ...

    Article : 857 words
  4. THE NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS.

    A supplement issued to the Government Gazette testerdat contains a notification by the Governor to the effect that he has, in pursuance of the provis[?]ons of the Public Instruction Act, and with the advice of the Executive Council, ...

    Article : 990 words
  5. DEPUTATIONS. WATER SUPPLY FOR BALMAIN.

    A deputation, consisting of [?] Mayor of [?] Alderman J. Taylor, Alderman [?] W. Smith, Alderman Hutchinson, Mr. Trevor-Jones (City Engineer), and Mr. Macintosh (town clerk for the M[?] Council of ...

    Article : 1,296 words
  6. HOW CARGO IS BROACHED WHOLESALE.

    Since the trial of the caigo breachers among the craw of the barque Chile the police have been able to gather some further information as to the proceedings of the gang when at work. That the vessel was not blown up, or set on fire, ...

    Article : 670 words
  7. THE AWARDS AT THE LATE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

    With reference to the agimtion that is now taking place on the part of a large body o[?] exhibitors at the late Sydney International Exhibition on the subject of awarding gold medals, it appears, as far as we can gather, that except in a ...

    Article : 915 words
  8. ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGE.

    Sir,—The Rew Mr. Sharp is welcome to frame what theories he pleases in order to explain why St. Paul's. College has but a very scanty number of students, but he has no right to iuvent rensons which tend to the ...

    Article : 519 words
  9. TRAMWAY TO MARRICKVILLE.

    A deputation, consisting of Aldermen Moyes, Wallace, and Graham, representing the Marrickville Municipal Council, waited upon the Minister for Works yesterday, for the purpose of urging upon the Government the necessity for ...

    Article : 118 words
  10. PROPOSED DIVISION OF ASHFIELD MUNICI— PALITY.

    A deputation of residents of the Canterbury portion of the Municipality of Ashfield waited upon tho Colonial Secretary yesterday, and presented a petition adopted at a public meeting, and signed by 133 residents, ...

    Article : 214 words
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    PROGRESS IN UTILIZATION OF SOLAR HEAT. —S[?] May last year, M. Motichot has been carrying on exp[?]ments near Algiers with his solar receivers. The sma[?] mirrors ([?]m. diameter) have been used ...

    Article : 305 words
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  14. UNIFORMITY OF TIME.

    Sir,—When, as I am assured is the case, the clocks in the various public offices of this city do not agree in the time they keep, much inconvenience results, but greater still arises when the tramway and railway clocks are wrong. So far as ...

    Article : 117 words
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