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    The danger arising from the employment of leaden pipes would appear to be far smaller than that resulting from the use of shot in cleaning out bottles. Mr. Fordas states that having ...

    Article : 1,192 words

    Dr. Hardwicke held an inquest a few days ago at Gloucester-eresent, Westbournia, on the body of Mrs. Catherine Sophia Dickens, aged forty five years, wife of Colonel Arthur D ...

    Article : 1,226 words
  4. The Grand Victorian North-Western Canal Company.

    We have received a copy of the report of Mr. Gordon, the chief engineer of Victorian water supply, on the project of this company. The report is unfavourable to the scheme. It states ...

    Article : 496 words

    Easter Monday, April 3, 1643, proved a fateful day for the future metropolis of the midlands, for that was the day chosen by Prince Rupert to signally, as an old writer says, "discover his burn ...

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  6. Mr. Fitz-William Wentworth's Gift to the University.

    The Echo of Wednesday publishes the draft of the deed of gift of two bursaries by Mr. Fitz-William Wentworth to the University of Sydney. We summarise its provisions, not only for the ...

    Article : 704 words
  7. Colonial Securities as English Investments.

    If there are in England a numerous class who have bereft themselves of the savings of years or the provision intended for old age by investing in Turkish bonds or Venezuelan consols, there are those ...

    Article : 405 words
  8. The Attorney General and the "Grand Dual Soiree."

    We are glad to learn that the hon. and learned Attorney-General has taken action in the matter of the projected "Grand Dual Soiree" on the Sydney Cup and St. Leger ...

    Article : 736 words
  9. The New South Wales Police Department.

    The Inspector-General of Police has submitted his report for 1875 to the Government. The increase of sixpence per day in the pay of the Force had had the anticipated effect of making ...

    Article : 677 words
  10. Store Stuck-up on the Binalong by Two Armed Robbers.

    On the evening of the 26th February (reports the Yass Courier) an outrage, resulting in the murder of a respectable man named James [?]mant, took place at a small store at Emu Flat, near Binalong, in close ...

    Article : 530 words



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