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  2. PROPOSED PYROTECHNICAL FETE IN AID OF THE "INDIAN BELIEF FUND."

    SIR,—Having publicly agreed to give the above, we feel it is due to the public, as well as ourselves, to state our inability to fulfil that engagement, by reason of our failing to obtain the use of the Government ...

    Article : 672 words
  3. AUSTR[?]ALIAN WINE.

    SIR,—An amateur [?]ine grower asks, in your paper of 16th instant, for information to overcome the difficulty he has in cleansi[?] his casks from tartar. Tell him that tartar is sol[?] in hot or cold water; sufficient ...

    Article : 188 words
  4. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—When we find public attention so much directed to the Land Question, and while almost every other day we see the evils of this and that system pointed out to us in the public papers, it does seem strange to ...

    Article : 570 words
  5. To the Editor of Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—As the columns of your paper have been the medium through which a gross slander has been made public, casting a slur alike upon the police and the people of this town, but more especially affecting ...

    Article : 1,232 words
  6. CHINESE IMMIGRATION.

    SIR,—Perhaps you will allow space for the insertion of the following remarks, if you deem them at all worthy of notice. The question of Chinese Immigration is one which ...

    Article : 692 words
  7. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 133 words
  8. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,436 words
  9. TO THE PEOPLE OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    DISTRICT Courts is another enormous increase to our public expenditure, that I boldly assert to be dispensable at present with our widely dispersed and (numerically) insignificant population. The convenience of a ...

    Article : 540 words
  10. POLICE MAGISTRATES FOR THE COUNTRY DISTRICTS: OR JUSTICE FOR THE MILLION.

    SIR,—Nothing contributes more effectually to the contentment of the humbler classes, and to inspire them with a confidence in the political institutions under which they live, than a cheap, prompt, and impartial ...

    Article : 787 words
  11. TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF SYDNEY.

    SIR,—It will be in the recollection of your Worship that, on the 7th of July, 1857, I received a summons to attend a special meeting of the Improvement Committee, which had been granted on the motion of Mr. ...

    Article : 1,283 words
  12. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—Although notice has already been made of the nuisance practised on Sundays in Wynyard-square by the cab boys kicking up rows, and disturbing the solemnity of the Sunday, it seems matters do not ...

    Article : 148 words
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