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  2. CRICKET.

    THE CHALLENGE CUP.—On Saturday afternoon the Newtown Club, who at present hold the Challenge Cup, commenced a match on the Albert Ground, their opponents being the Albert Club. The weather was in every respect ...

    Article : 982 words
  3. CONTINENTAL NEWS.

    THE death of the Duchess Aosta has closed a life which almost seems, in the strangeness of some of its details, to justify the fatalistic views of existence so common among her countrymen. The deceased lady, nee Princess de la ...

    Article : 2,766 words
  4. MUDGEE TURF CLUB.

    THE annual meeting of the members of the Mudgee Turf Club was held, at Daly's Post Office Hotel (Tattersall's), on last Fiiday afternoon. The chair was occupied by Mr. C. W. Lawson, J.P. After the minutes of the previous ...

    Article : 490 words
  5. HIGH SPEED OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.

    SIR,—Although my previous letters upon this subject, and the model exhibited at the Exchange, have met with some measure of favourable notice, I find, nevertheless, that the mechanical principle, the oblique application of the ...

    Article : 684 words
  6. NEW SOUTH WALES AT THE AMERICAN CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION.

    THE following letter from Mr. Augustus Morris, Executive Commissioner, has been handed to us for publication. Philadelphia, 27th November, 1876. Sir,—I have the honour to report that the International ...

    Article : 2,706 words
  7. THE CRIMINAL LAW.

    SIR,—A book commissioned by the Attorney-General, issued by the Government p[?]ter, and intended for the use of the Judges, bears the stamp of authority, and ought to be absolutely accurate; I therefore make no apology for ...

    Article : 687 words
  8. THE CITY OF BRISBANE IN QUARANTINE.

    THE Brisbane Courier of Wednesday says:—There is reason to believe that small-pox has appeared on board the steamer City of Brisbane, which arrived at the mouth of the river from Sydney before daylight yesterday, and ...

    Article : 935 words
  9. THE SANITARY CONDITION OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

    SIR,—In the report of the school inspectors for the Sydney district, as given in the report of the Council of Education for 1875-6, at page 102, there occurs the following serious statement:—" The 39 existing public schools afford ...

    Article : 735 words
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  11. PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE—THE SEWAGE QUESTION.

    SIR,—In aid of the consideration of one of the great subjects now before the community, you may perhaps find space for insertion of the following description, by Mr. R. Brudenell Carter, F.R.C.S., of the Sewage Works at ...

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