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  2. THE NEW ZEALAND POLICY.

    THE news from New Zealand records another [?]ttle—and calls us to deplore fresh sacrifices [?] precious life. If the disasters of our [?]ountrymen could create any emotion but ...

    Article : 1,349 words
  3. SUMMARY OF SHIPPIN[?]

    January 20.—Strathdon, ship, 1300, Pile, from the Downs, 77 days. January 2[?]—Ho[?]ct, ship 11[?] Harland, from Plymouth, [?] days. ...

    Article : 72 words
  4. TELEGRAPHS.

    Tenders having been invited for the formation of a telegraph [?] between Deniliquin and the boundary of South Australia, a contract for the work has been taken by Mr. D. M'cauley at £36 10s. per mile. This line will be a continuation of the Western ...

    Article : 167 words
  5. ARRIVALS FROM FOREIGN PORTS.

    January 20.—Royal Saxon, ship 800, [?]al, from New York. January 30.—F[?]nny Smail, barque, 400, Firth, from Pug[?]t Sound. January 31.—Osoprey 160, Comfort, from San Francisco. ...

    Article : 97 words
  6. RAILWAYS.

    DURING the past month a commencement has been made with the works on Contract No. 7 on the Great Southern extension, which will complete the railway to Goulburn. It was proposed by some of the residents in Goulburn that the first turf should be [?] near ...

    Article : 1,614 words
  7. CITY IMPROVEMENTS.

    Two fine blocks of building are about to be crected in the most central part of Pitt-street. Adjacent to the Union Bank of Australia four spacious and handsome warehouses have been commenced for Mr. E. Vickery, after the designs of Mr. T. Rowe; ...

    Article : 759 words
  8. DEPARTURES FOR LONDON.

    January 23.—Montmorency, ship, 608, Cooper, for London Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Fuller and child. Cargo—170[?]½ bales 1 bag wool, 342 casks tallow, 2 bales skins, 6170 horns, 3491 hides, 10 cases tortoiseshell, 1 case. ...

    Article : 295 words
  9. DEPARTURES FOR FOREIGN PORTS.

    FOR PETROPAULOVS[?]I.—January 22, Colonist, schooner, 10[?] Pearce. FOR BOURBON.—January 25, Melrose, barque, 257, Bedford, February 13, Ha[?]onic, barque, 431, Vri[?]l. ...

    Article : 88 words
  10. VESSELS LOADING.

    FOR LONDON.—Cinderclla, ship, 877, Williams; City of Sydney, ship, 1181, Hughes, Duncan Dunbar, ship, 1360, Sw[?]son; Liberator, ship, 900, Voller; Neptune (s.), [?]41, Kerr; Nourmahal, ship, 846, Fowler; Queen of the South, ship, 15[?]0, Purvis; ...

    Article : 56 words
  11. SHIPS' REPORTS.

    FLYING SPUR.—The new clipper living Spur arrived on 27th ultimo, from London, having made the passage in seventy-nine days. She discharged her pilot on the 7th November, crossed the Equator on the 1st December, and passed the meridian of the ...

    Article : 443 words
  12. CRICKET.

    THE great event of the season, up to the present time, has been the Melbourne Club (Victoria) v. the Albert Club (of Sydney), which came off on the 9th and 10th of this month, on the fine new ground of the last named club, Elizabeth-street South. The ...

    Article : 582 words
  13. OUR GOLD-FIELDS.

    THE gold news for the present month is more than usuaily scanty —even the papers published in the different mining localities being all but deficient in it. We have news, however, of the discovery of auriferous ground on the Mittagong River, only eight ...

    Article : 866 words
  14. CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONFERENCE.

    ON the 27th December, 1864, the Bishop of Sydney issued a circular inviting the clergy of his diocese to meet lay representatives of the various parishes, for the purpose of considering the subject of synodical action. The election of laymen having been ...

    Article : 2,585 words
  15. LAUNCHES.

    THE STEAMER COME[?]ANG.—The launch of the stemer Com[?]rang on 23rd ultuno, from the building-yard of Mr. Cuthbert, at Miller's Point, adds another fine vessel to the steam marine of Port Jackson, and still further developes the resources of New ...

    Article : 1,407 words
  16. MELBOURNE CLUB.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 283 words
  17. COUNTRY WORKS.

    THE number of men employed in the Road Department during the past month was about a thousand, including thirty-five officers of the department. The works on the main roads have consisted in the completion of contracts for 1864, and the necessary ...

    Article : 1,116 words
  18. RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA.

    THE Conference convened for the purpose of considering the subject of syn[?]dical action action was opened on the 7th instant. A report of the proceedings is published in another column. The Sydney Diocesan Committee of the Societies for the ...

    Article : 1,799 words
  19. MUSIC AND DRAMA.

    THE month has been singularly barren of music entertainments, the only one of note being a complimentary concert to the organist and choir master of St. Philip's Church, Mr. E. H. Cobley, given in the schoolroom attached to that church. Mr. Cobley officiated ...

    Article : 387 words
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