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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 706 words
  3. SUEZ MAIL EXTRACTS.

    A recent change made in the Chief Cashier's office at the Bank of England illustrates how small the line is which divides much of the business which has been prosperous for years ...

    Article : 313 words
  4. SINGLETON.

    A meeting of this Council took place on Wednesday evening. Present: Aldermen Munro (chair), Quinn, Maguire, Wilson, Gould, and Campbell. ...

    Article : 1,809 words
  5. A SILK GARTER.

    A rather ludicrous incident happened at a lawn-tennis party given the other day within a 10-mile radius of Government House, Calcutta. One of the gentlemen of the party ...

    Article : 308 words
  6. MUSWELLBROOK.

    The weather during this and the preceding week has been anything but pleasant. In addition to the heat, during the past two or three days strong, hot, westerly winds have ...

    Article : 139 words
  7. The Strike of the A. S. N. Company's Seamen.

    There is no change in the position of [?] be tween the A. S. N. Co. and the Seamen's Union Yesterday morning, in accordance with the permission granted by the Union at their meeting the previous ...

    Article : 483 words
  8. A PURSE REVOLVER.

    The readers of the Waverley Novels will remember the description of Rob Roy's purse, which contained a pistol so placed among its ornaments as to be liable to go off if any ...

    Article : 297 words
  9. SCONE.

    Since my last, I have seen Mr. J. D. Bradley's report of the public school here, and I am glad to see that he was perfectly satisfied, and that all the classes passed a satisfactory ...

    Article : 280 words
  10. IMPOUNDINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 588 words
  11. CRIME IN NEW YORK.

    A circular shortly to be issued by the New York Society for the Prevention of Crime, of which the Rev. Dr. Howard Crosby is president, sets forth that official statements place ...

    Article : 405 words
  12. MEETING AT THE MASONIC HALL.

    A large public meeting, convened by the Seamen's Union was held in the Masonic Hall, Sydney, on Wednesday night. The chair was taken by Mr. Thos. White.—The platform, as well as ...

    Article : 418 words
  13. UPPER HUNTER AND DENISON DIGGINGS.

    Harvesting has begun. Rust has made its appearance also among the white Lammas wheat; but the threshing only will tell how much the grain is affected. I hear that ...

    Article : 158 words
  14. MURRURUNDI.

    A subscription has been raised to employ men to cut down the thistle in our streets. Surely in the main streets this duty should have been done by the Road Department, for ...

    Article : 168 words
  15. MEETING OF THE A. S. N. CO.'S DIRECTORS

    The Evening News of Thursday says:—A special meeting of the directors of the A.S.N. Co. took place to-day, to consider the present state of affairs in regard to the strike of the company's seamen. The ...

    Article : 320 words
  16. THE IRISH AS GOVERNORS.

    Lord Dufferin said, in the course of his late farewell speech in Canada:—"Lord Lorne has, as I said, a multitude of merits; but even spots will be discovered on the sun; ...

    Article : 328 words
  17. NEW ENGLAND.

    On Sunday last, a girl about nine years of age, named Hannah Power, in the employ of Mr. M'Cully, farmer, of Baker's Creek, not returning home to dinner, search was made ...

    Article : 351 words
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