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  2. A TRIP TO THE BLUE MOUNTAINS.

    COMPARATIVELY few of the inhabitants of Sydney are aware of the greatness of the boon provided for them in the Western Railway, always ready to whi[?]k them away, as by magic, from the disaggreables of our capital, lovely ...

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  3. GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    FOURTH SEDERUNT.—The ministers and elders of the Church met at the Phillip-street Church, yesterday morning. At half-past 10 o'clock the Assembly met and was [?]onstituted with prayer. ...

    Article : 4,397 words
  4. THE VOLCANOES OF HAWAII—MOKUAWEOWEO AND KILAUEA.

    THE great summit crater of Mauna Loa, on the island of Hawaii, 13,760 feet above the sea level, was on the 14th of August, discovered to be in action, a bright light being visible over the mountain top at night from the town of ...

    Article : 3,380 words
  5. PARRAMATTA.

    THE sale of the Pitt Row and Beckett's Bridge tollbars took place at the Court-house, at noon, on Monday; and after being run up to £830, were knocked down at that price to Mr. William Drew. The price realised last year ...

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