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  2. WINDSOR.

    A NEW BRIDGE FOR SOUTH CREEK, BLACKTOWN ROAD.—The late floods having materially damaged the present bridge, and rendered it desirable that a new structure should be erected of larger dimensions ...

    Article : 456 words
  3. INDIA.

    OUR dates are: from Bombay to the 13th March; Madras to the 14th; and Calcutta to the 8th. We quote from the Times of India, as follows:— It is currently rumoured in native society in Bengal ...

    Article : 1,220 words
  4. THE DISTRESS IN THE MANUFACTURING DISTRICTS. THE CENTRAL RELIEF FUND.

    THE monthly meeting of the general committee was held yesterday, in the Mayor's parlour, at the Manchester Town Hall. The Mayor (Mr. A. Heywood) presided, and there were prese:—Sir J. K. ...

    Article : 3,795 words
  5. SCAB IN SHEEP.

    SIR,—The importance of the subject will, I hope, be a sufficient excuse for my craving a space in your widely-circulated journal. My name is Shepherd, and I have had to do with ...

    Article : 1,070 words
  6. THE SYDNEY UNIVERSITY.

    SIR,—Looking at this important institution from an English point of view, one is struck with the reserve that appears so peculiar to the proceedings of its Senate. You, Sir, no doubt, as well as your ...

    Article : 1,411 words
  7. JAVA.

    WE have advices to the 28th February. The Javasche Courant says:—The anniversary of the King's birthday on the 19th was colebrated with more than usual gaie[?]y. During the day a ...

    Article : 172 words
  8. SINGAPORE.

    PAPERS to the 8th March are to hand. The Free Press says:—During the past fortnight the Chinese have been busy with their New Year's festivities and everything seems to have passed very ...

    Article : 399 words
  9. COCHIN CHINA.

    The Straites Tunes of 8th March says:—The intelligence of the fresh outbreak in Cochin China must have produced a very disagreeable sensation in France, coming so soon after the Emperor's speech ...

    Article : 633 words
  10. SCAB! SCAB!

    SIR,—Many opinions have been expressed on this subject, and doubtless many more will be, with the like result. I cannot expect, therefore, that mine will be more favoured than the rest. It appears to me that ...

    Article : 571 words
  11. COLOMBO.

    WE have papers from Ceylon to the 17th of March. The Overland Observer of that date supplies the following items of news. The weather, which during the first nine or ten ...

    Article : 427 words
  12. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

    A meeting of the Executive Committee was also held yesterday. Sir J. K. Shuttleworth presided. The Chairman said it was important that the local relief committees should understand that the grants ...

    Article : 668 words
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