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  2. THE ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION.

    THE embarkation of the Brigade commenced on the morning of the 4th instant, when the head quarters wing of the 3rd Cavalry, which had arrived by train from Poona on the previous evening, was conveyed on board the transports ...

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  3. THE COMPETITIVE DESIGNS FOR THE TOWN HALL.

    SIR,—As a professional man I have taken considerable interest in the above matter, and I see by a short paragraph in your issue that the Council have now selected six designs from those sent in—seventeen in number—and that they ...

    Article : 568 words
  4. PARRAMATTA.

    RECEPTION OF H. R. H. PRINCE ALFRED.—A public meeting was held on Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at the Court-house, for the purpose of devising some steps for the proper reception of his Royal Highness the Duke of ...

    Article : 1,354 words
  5. DR. WINSLOW ON DIPSOMANIA.

    THAT drunkenness is a disease is generally overlooked, and many persons are ready to denounce, or to punish in[?]briates, rather than to try to cure them. Dr. Winslow, however, takes a more scientific view of the matter and regards uncontrollable or ...

    Article : 1,740 words
  6. PUBLIC EDUCATION.

    SIR,—My letter which you kindly inserted in last Monday's paper has drawn upon me attacks from two different quarters. I have been assailed by clergymen of my own Church for advocating (by no means disinterestedly ...

    Article : 2,269 words
  7. SPORTING.

    The St. Leger Stakes of 26 sovereigns each, for 3 year olds; colts, 8 st. 10 1b.; and fillies, 8 at. 5 1b.; the owner of the second receives 100 sovereigns out of the stakes; winners to pay 100 sovereigns expenses. St. Leger course. ...

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  8. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—The excellent letter of Mr. Gordon on the subject of the books to be used in Denominational schools seemed to me to have exhausted that subject. By a later issue of your journal, however, this seems not to be the case, and the ...

    Article : 1,243 words
  9. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    ON the 1st of October jurymen in civil or criminal cases who, from conscientious motives, object to be sworn, will be permitted to make an affirmation or declaration. According to the Registrar-General's abstracts, 54,150 ...

    Article : 1,190 words
  10. GYMPIE GREEK GOLD-FIELDS.

    THROUGH the courtesy of the authorities, we have been permitted to publish the following report from inspector Lewis to Commissioner Seymour, concerning the route to the new gold-fields, and the state of the population at ...

    Article : 1,032 words
  11. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

    THE Memorial Diplomatique announces that the Emperor of Austria's visit to Paris is fixed for the 27th of October. The Emperor, the Empress, and the Prince Imperial left Paris on the evening of September 7, for Biarritz, ...

    Article : 1,102 words
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