"TIS an ill bird," says the proverb, "that fouls its own nest." The honorable Charles Cowper, late member of the late Council-the honorable John Robertson, ditto ditto, and two ...Article : 1,833 words
SIR,—Some of our public men have recently been reported in your journal to have made statements respecting the [?] low rate of wages in Sydney. I give you facts. I have, this week paid accounts [?] ...Article : 237 words
SIR,—Your leader in Saturday's issue on this subject of the attempt now about to be made to revive the introduction of labour at the public cost requires some notice. When you assert that a great difference of opinion exists ...Article : 965 words
SIR,—I beg to bring under your notice tho fact that the 1.45 p.m. train from Campbelltown to-day left the Petersham station two minutes (by the clock at the Redfern terminus) before the specified time. There may be sometimes ...Article : 85 words
GENTLEMAN,—I have waited somewhat impatiently in The hope that some party with a larger stake in the question, and whose status aud powers of reasoning were of a higher order than mine, would place before the public in its true ...Article : 1,833 words
PADDINGTON.—The [?] weekly meeting of this Council [?] held on Tuesday, the 7th instant Present-the Chairman, and Coune[?]ors Steel, Westaway, Alston, Lynch, and Reddy. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con[?]. ...Article : 1,972 words
VOLUNTEER MEETING.— A meeting for the purpose of organising a Volunteer company in Richmond in connection with the Hawkesbury company was held at Mr. Young's, ...Article : 302 words
A PUBLIC meeting took place at the Court-house, on Monday evening, at seven o'clock, to take into consideration three matters of much importance, not only to inhabitants of our district, but also to the public in ...Article : 1,357 words
APRIL 16TH.—The land sale on Saturday was numerously attended, but few there inclined to purchase. Only two lots were disposed of, and these were obtained at the upset price, one pound per acre, there being no ...Article : 1,253 words
SIR,—The arguments which have, from time to time, been advanced by you against the principle of deferred payments appear to me to be perfectly unanswerable, on the assumption that such payments are to be made directly to the ...Article : 476 words
SIR,—It is time that some steps were taken to put a stop to the imposition practised by the Hansom drivers of Sydney. With few exceptions, a stranger, pretty well known by his residing at the Royal, or some of the other principal hotels ...Article : 297 words
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