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  2. DEPUTATIONS TO THE COLONIAL SECRETARY.

    YESTERDAY morning Mr. E. S. P. Bedford, surgeon; Mr. Alfred Roberts, surgeon; Mr. William Owen, barrister-at-law (members of the Board of Visitors to the Lunatic Asylums); Mr. F. Norton Manning, M.D. ...

    Article : 5,226 words
  3. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.

    QUARTER SESSIONS.—A proclamation, alters the date of the holding of Quarter Sessions at Yass to the 4th November, and at Gundagai to the 17th November. VOLUNTEERS.—Mr. Augustus Wells has been appointed ...

    Article : 330 words
  4. THE EDUCATION QUESTION IN ENGLAND.

    THE following letters received from Mr. Wilkins, the Secretary to the Council of Education, have been handed to us for publication. It is thought that they afford a view of the progress of the ...

    Article : 2,526 words
  5. MEETING OF CANE-GROWERS AT SOUTHGATE.

    A MEETING of the farmers who had undertaken to plant sugar-cane, on condition that a promise should be given to erect a mill in Southgate, was held on the evening of Tuesday, the 12th instant, at Mr. Henry Leeson's, on ...

    Article : 2,073 words
  6. C. AND N. Z. MAIL ROUTE.

    A DEPUTATION from the managing body of the Chamber of Commerce also had an interview with the Chief Secretary (the Hon. Charles Cowper), and the Colonial Treasurer (the Hon. Saul Samuel), yesterday morning. The ...

    Article : 974 words
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