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  2. THE GOLD FIELDS.

    THERE is scarcely anything worthy of remark in the gold news of the past month. The weather, until within the last week has been all that the miners could wish, and from the rapid draining off of the ...

    Article : 965 words
  3. THE DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION.

    A MONGST the philanthropic public institutions of this city, the establishment and efficient operation of which are highly creditable to the active benevolence of their promoters, one of the smallest in respect of revenue, but ...

    Article : 989 words
  4. CITY IMPROVEMENTS.

    No public works of importance have been commenced in Sydney during the past month; but the large and attractive structures, the progress of which we have noticed in previous Summaries, are approaching completion, and ...

    Article : 951 words
  5. RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA.

    THE Rev. Thomas Fletcher has been appointed to the i[?]cumbency of Randwick. A number of ladies connected with the Church of St. Barnabas are about to present to their minister a portrait of ...

    Article : 2,216 words
  6. MONTHLY COMMERCIAL REVIEW.

    SINCE our last summary, dated September 20th, the money market has continued tight, and as the banks have shown a disposition to reduce their discounts, there has been a greater demand for accommodation ...

    Article : 2,266 words
  7. COUNTRY WORKS.

    NOTWITHSTANDING the decrease in the number of men employed on some of the works on the Main Roads, the aggregate number employed this month has increased to nearly two thousand, including a staff of twenty-five. The works ...

    Article : 1,148 words
  8. RAILWAYS.

    OF the [?]n contracts that have been taken for the extension of the three trunk lines of railway into the interior, some are being carried out with creditable energy, but others are proceeding at an unsatisfactory rate. During the past ...

    Article : 1,762 words
  9. EXECUTION OF WILSON FOR THE MURDER OF PETER CLARKE AT THE WARLAND RANGES.

    THE last dread sentence of the law was carried into effect on the person of Henry Wilson, the murderer of Peter Clarke, on Friday morning, 2nd instant, in the gaol yard, East Maitland. Since the day ...

    Article : 839 words
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