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  2. RECREATION RESERVES ON THE BLUE MOUNTAINS.

    IT is gratifying to find that, although somewhat late in the day, the Minister for Lands has recognised the importance of making reserves near to the Western Railway, for the purpose of public recreation. The excursion trains are ...

    Article : 2,234 words
  3. SOUP KITCHEN.

    SIR,—As your remarks in the Herald leader of this morning referring to the Soup Kitchen are likely to create some little misappreheusion in the minds of the public, I should feel obliged if you would kindly insert a short ...

    Article : 408 words
  4. GENERAL SYNOD OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND TASMANIA.

    THE Synod met yesterday afternoon pursuant to adjournment. The President took the chair at twenty-three minutes to 4 o'clock. The proceedings were opened with the usual prayers, after which the minutes of the preceding meeting were read and ...

    Article : 6,090 words
  5. DUBBO.

    AT the last regular meeting of the Dubbo Hospital Committee, the Vice President. Mr. G. H. Taylor, occupied the chair, and there was a full attendance. After the usual confirmation of the minutes a report was read from the ...

    Article : 410 words
  6. THE SYDNEY INFIRMARY.

    SIR,—I beg to inform you that the strictures on the authorities of the Sydney Infirmary in your leader of this day's issue have not the slightest foundation in fact, and are based solely on your reporter's version of Dr. Egan's ...

    Article : 210 words
  7. THE ACT OF UNIFORMITY AND THE GENERAL SYNOD.

    SIR,—Few people give themselves the trouble to read the Act of Uniformity of Charles II., and perhaps to that fact is due any lingering vague respect which is accorded to it by some. ...

    Article : 340 words
  8. THE FOUNDATION STONE.

    SIR.—Great preparations appear to be made for laying the foundation stone of the new Department of Lands, and it is formally announced—and the announcement ought to be a sufficient attraction—that Mr. Garrett is to lay the stone. ...

    Article : 381 words
  9. BOROUGH COUNCILS.

    ALEXANDRIA.—The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Wednesday, the 27th instant, at half-past 7 p.m. Present —The Mayor (Mr. S. J. Foskett), Aldermen Evans, Vandenbrook, Skinner, Hooworth, and Osborne. The minutes of the preceding ...

    Article : 1,232 words
  10. MILITARY DEFENCE OF THE COLONY.

    SIR,—A letter signed "Macropus," which appeared in your journal of the 26th ultimo, contains several such transparent fallacies, and savours so little of any real knowledge of military requirements or organisation, that I crave leave ...

    Article : 1,555 words
  11. WEEKLY EXCURSIONS TO THE BLUE MOUNTAINS.

    SIR,—It is suggested that many who may wish to avail themselves of the facilities offered by the railway authorities for visiting the Blue Mountains by the weekly excursion trains, but who may be debarred by the present want of ...

    Article : 425 words
  12. SANITARY SCIENCE.

    SIR,—The report of Proceedings at the last meeting of the Sanitary Section of the Royal Society (published in your issue of to-day) omits mentioning that the attention of the section was specially called to the highly important ...

    Article : 321 words
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