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  2. DEPUTATION'S.

    A deputation, consisting of Mr. Harold Maclean (Comptroller of Prisons), Mr. James Thomson (of the Treasury), Mr. James Dalgarno (Post Office), and Mr. A. C. Fraser (Clerk of the Peace), attended yesterday as a deputation on ...

    Article : 1,686 words
  3. THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

    The International Exhibition Commission met yesterday afternoon, at the offices, Macquarie-street. Present: His Excellency Lord Augustus Loftus (president), in the chair; Sir Alfred Stephen, Sir John Hay, Mr. P. A. Jennings, ...

    Article : 2,497 words
  4. REVIEW.

    This series of books keeps up the interest or the first numbers, which we have already noticed in the Herald, by giving a pleasant, concise, and accurate biographical account of English authors, with appreci ...

    Article : 3,454 words
  5. RELIGIOUS SERVICES AT THE PARRAMATTA ASYLUM FOR INFIRM AND DESTITUTE.

    A deputation had an interview with the Hon. Sir Henry Parkes Colonial Secretary, yesterday, on the subject of religious services in the Asylum for infirm and Destitute, The deputation consisted of undermentioned:— The ...

    Article : 870 words
  6. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Like "Practical," I have had large experience in Exhibition awards, and I, although unlike him, shall certainly not be engaged in any manner with this Exhibition, must totally differ from him in the matter of exhibition ...

    Article : 212 words
  7. CONSERVATION OF ENERGY.

    At the Technical or Workingmen's College, in connection with the Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts, a lecture was delivered last evening on "The Conservation of Energy," by Mr. Alexander Grant, late of the Watt Institute, Edin ...

    Article : 399 words
  8. POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS WITH QUAMBONE

    Mr. Coonan, M. L. A., and Mr. Cass, of Coonamble waited on the Postmaster-General yesterday, and presented a petition from residents of Quambone, Gullingambone, and district, respecting a bi-weekly mail service between the ...

    Article : 56 words
  9. CERTIFICATES OF BIRTH AND BAPTISM.

    Sir,—In the postscript to a letter signed "Anti-Gretna Green," which appeared in our issue of the 18th July the following passage occurs:—"The Council or Educa tion would act wisely if they, too, were in future to ...

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  10. PEDESTRIANS' RULE OF THE ROAD.

    Sir,—When the narrow pavements of this city are considered, it will be evident that some rule should be made by which the residents and the crowds of sight-seers who are shortly expected may be enabled to walk our thoroughfares ...

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  11. THE RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

    The Hon. John Marks, M.L C.; Captain Cooper, Lieutenant Porrott, Commander Jones, and Captain Longfield, formed a deputation from the Council of the Rifle Association yesterday to the Premier. They pointed out that ...

    Article : 219 words
  12. PUBLIC PARK FOR PENRITH.

    A deputation consisting of Mr. Thomas Smith, Mr. G. Nash, Mr. A. Collis, Mr. T. R. Smith (M. L. A. for the Nepean) and Mr. Player, had an interview with the Colonial Secretary yesterday in reference to a public park or ...

    Article : 239 words
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