THE Bishop took the chair at half-past 3 o'clock. Prayers were read by the President. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and signed. ...Article : 6,911 words
SIR,— I shall be obliged by your allowing me the opportunity of explaining the misrepresentations respecting myself which have appeared in the columns of the Sydney Morning Herald and the Sydney Mail, in the shape of an ...Article : 2,060 words
THE inquest on the body of the infant William Frederick Freeland, aged five weeks,'whose death is supposed to have been caused by the wrongful dispensing of a prescription by a chemist, was resumed and concluded yesterday, at the ...Article : 1,234 words
FROM the last mining report of the Mining Record, we extract the following:— As might be expected, the continued rains we have had during the past week have materially, retarded mining ...Article : 2,331 words
WITH regard to the weather in the North, we learn from the Temworth Examiner (25th instant) that, after a couple of weeks of really pleasant seasonable weather, a change occurred on Saturday last, on the afternoon of which day ...Article : 2,403 words
SIR,— Being myself somewhat curious in the matter of rainfall, I could not but feel struck with the wide difference shewn by Mr. Comrie and the Astronomer Royal. The former gives 66 inches for the first five months of this ...Article : 103 words
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