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  2. THE BISHOP OF SYDNEY AND THE REV. G. KING.

    MY DEAR SIR,—I am much obliged to you for your kind letter, and regret that I am unable to fix any definite time for my visit to M. I should have been glad to speak with you upon the matter which detains me in Sydney, but I ...

    Article : 1,342 words
  3. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY FOR ENGLAND.

    OF NEWS most SEPTEMBER 22 TO OCTOBER 22. THE Salsette, with the English mails of August, arrived here on the 14th instant. Parliament was opened by the Governor-General ...

    Article : 309 words
  4. COUNTRY WORKS.

    THE delay in passing the Estimates for the present year until more than six months had passed, has driven into the remaining months the execution of public works throughout the country which ought to ...

    Article : 2,168 words
  5. PATENTED INVENTION IN RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION.

    IN an article on Railways, in our Summary for England, incidental allusion was made to a new invention in railway construction just patented in this colony and in Victoria, by Mr. E. Bell, the City Engineer. The invention consists of a combination ...

    Article : 1,756 words
  6. SUPPLEMENTARY SUMMARY PER BEHAR. THE CLAIM OF NEW ZEALAND FOR MILITARY AID.

    A QUESTION which presses upon the attention of the Home Government with increasing force —the conditions upon which military protection shall be given to the colonies—will require ...

    Article : 1,096 words
  7. REMOVAL OF THE SLAUGHTER HOUSES FROM SYDNEY.

    ON the 1st of October all the butchering establishments were removed from Sydney, by a proclamation issued by the Government under an Act of the Legislature prohibiting further slaughtering within the ...

    Article : 695 words
  8. LAW PROCEEDINGS THIS DAY.

    MASTER'S OFFICE—Re Bowman's infants, state of facts; re Trustee Acts and Jewish burial ground, two states of facts and proposals; Baldwin v. Cobcroft, peremptory to bring in conveyance; In the matter of M'Loughlin's infants, report ...

    Article : 673 words
  9. LECTURES ON ZOOLOGY.

    MR. S. PITTARD, curator and secretary of the Australian Museum, on the Wednesday afternoon of every week, continues, in the library of that institution, and before attentive audiences to deliver his interesting and ...

    Article : 583 words
  10. THE POSTAL CONTRACT.

    THE following minute, with reference to the Ocean Postal Service, was laid by his Excellency Sir William Denison before his Executive Council on the 7th September last, and concurred in by the members ...

    Article : 2,873 words
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