THE usual [?]nightly meeting of the Sydney Municipal C[?] [?] [?]ld at the temporary Town-hall, Wynyardsquare, yesterday. There were present—his Worship the May[?](in the chair), and Aldermen Davi[?]s, Kipp[?], ...Article : 4,138 words
THE [?]l meeting of the Sydney Bethel Union was hold last evening in the M[?]rs' Church, Goorge-street North There was a numeross attendance. In the unav[?]dable absence the H[?]. John Frazer, the chair was [?]pied ...Article : 5,124 words
SIR,—I notice in a paragraph in your issue this morning relative to a person charged with " obscence language, and the result of the investigation is very pertinently put by you as a query, "Whether the person charged and, after ...Article : 518 words
SIR,—Allow me to thank Mr. Russell for his kind explanation in the Herald of to-day. I am sorry myself I had not the pleasure of being present at the meeting of the Royal Society. My sanction would have been quite unnecessary ...Article : 675 words
THE current serios of wool sales opened on 17th instant, with good attendance of buyers, prices for slmoat all Austra[?] [?] being about equal to the closing rates of the September [?] while Capes, especially if at all inferior, show a d[?] ...Article : 1,513 words
SIR,—I wonld not have again addressed you but for the insertion in your paper of a letter from the secretary of the Sydney Rowing Club, which opens an entirely new feature in the ama[?] controversy. ...Article : 753 words
SIR,—Would you kindly allow me space in your valuable columns to ref[?] a statement made by a correspondent in this day's Herald, where he cites "there are good reasons for believing that nearly one-third of the mutton, veal, ...Article : 503 words
During the last month there has been no improvement [?] demand for either [?]ines or spirits. Another large f[?] tended further to depress the market value of bran[?],[?] first brands being nominally 6d per[?] lower. [?] ...Article : 155 words
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