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  2. PARRAMATTA.

    POLICE COURT.—Monday, 24th October. Before Messrs. Langley and N. Stewart. William Smith, found guilty of assaultting a constable while acting in the execution of his duty, was fined £1, in default one ...

    Article : 570 words
  3. A "MAN-O'-WAR CRUISE" FROM AUCKLAND TO AUSTRALIA.

    SYDNEY is, emphatically, a maritime city. In whatever pertains to maritime grandeur she is all but unrivalled. Slowly, silently, but surely she has compassed the proud position of Naval Arsenal, not ...

    Article : 2,555 words
  4. MACLEAY RIVER.

    OCTOBER 17TH.—The loss of the New Moon and all on board, save one, was lamented by every one here. The little Vessel was the pioneer of steam communication to this river, and for ...

    Article : 614 words
  5. KIAMA.

    EXPORTS.—The exports by the Illawarra steamers for the past week were—392 kegs butter, 26 pigs, 47 calves, 19 esses of eggs, 2 coops fowls, 2 bags maize, 40 hides, 2 packages bacon, 8 bundles skins, 8 casks ...

    Article : 1,584 words
  6. VICTORIA.

    WE have Melbourne papers to the 22nd instant. The Argus of that dats states that Major-General Chute has given a handsome gold cup, valued at thirty guineas, to be shot for by the members of the ...

    Article : 801 words
  7. SYDNBY HABBOUR AND ITS BAYS.

    The French colonise in a different spirit from the English. When they consider a country worth the occupying, they further consider it worth protecting. There are no complaints to the French Home ...

    Article : 4,104 words
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