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  2. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE.

    To-DAY being the anniversary of the colony has been observed as a genera [?]oliday. The half-yearly general meeting of the shareholders of the Bulli Coal. Company will be held ...

    Article : 43 words
  3. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    John Lee was summarily convicted of having stolen two pair of boots, the property of Richard Bailey, of George-street, and was sentenced to be imprisoned one month, A[?] Roberis, convicted of having stolen from the ...

    Article : 129 words
  4. THE SEVENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE COLONY.

    IT has for many years been the custom throughout New South Wales, to commemorate the foundation of the colony by observing, as a public holiday, each anniversary as it comes round. The practice is one ...

    Article : 7,586 words
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  6. THE LATE RAINS.

    FROM different perts of the colony we continue to receive the most gratifying accounts of the good effects of the late cop[?]ous showers, which appear to have been pretty generally pariticipated in throughout its ...

    Article : 944 words
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    DIORAMA OF THE HOLY LAND.—A moving diorama of the Holy Land and Jerusalem was exhibited yesterday evening, in the hall of the School of Arts. The exhibition was introduced with a short address by ...

    Article : 1,312 words
  8. CREMORNE.

    From the great preparations that had been made here to render the amusements worthy of the [?] [?] of the [?] day of the colony, there would have doubtless been a large concourse of ...

    Article : 177 words
  9. WATSON'S BAY.

    A good many persons visited tnis pretty little watering-place yesterday, though owing to the threatening state of the weather and the showers that fell during the day, not so many as on former occasions. ...

    Article : 129 words
  10. PICTON.

    INQUEST.—On Thursday, 22nd, Mr. J. M. Antill, J.P., coroner, held an inquest on the Goulburn extens[?] line of railway, on the body of a man named William Hannam, who died rathet suddenly from disease of ...

    Article : 532 words
  11. MANLY BEACH.

    A wet Sunday at a country inn has been stigmatised by more than one writer as the most miserable scene in a wanderer's life; but we would rather give the palm of misery to a wet holiday at a suburban ...

    Article : 2,145 words
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