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  2. WATER POLICE COURT.

    Thomas Martin, Alexander M'Cabe, George Masson, and Joseph Boyle were arraigned for having assaulted Richard Brewster, with intent to commit a felony. This case was postponed from yesterday, at the request ...

    Article : 4,526 words
  3. NEW BISHOPS AND NEW BISHOPRICS.

    SYDNEY, at last, has its Metropolitan, and we are happy to say a man of Evangelical doctrine and piety. Mauritius is equally favoured. The Rev. Frederick Barker takes the first, the Rev. Vincent Ryan the ...

    Article : 977 words
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    MUSIC.—Miska Hauser, after a series of five most brilliant and successful concerts, takes his leave of Sydney. The lovers of music of the highest order will regret this announcement With respect to his ...

    Article : 1,880 words
  6. PRICE OF BREAD.

    SIR,—In a letter in your issue of this day, signed "John Bull," the writer gives the prices of flour and bread in Sydney and in England, the great difference in which he cannot account for. He seems to have ...

    Article : 150 words
  7. WOLLOMBI.

    DECEMBER l8.—When we read the accounts that have been published of the effects of drought in South Australia, the United States, and on the growing crops, it behoves each and every of us to afford as ...

    Article : 712 words
  8. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE.

    AN extensive sale of spirits, wines, and beers, was commenced this morning by Messrs. W. Dean and Co. There was a large attendance of the trade, but, on the whole, the prices were ...

    Article : 774 words
  9. THE PRESS AND CHARLIE NAPIER.

    SIR,—Noticing how numerous of late have been the English anti-ministerial Press attacks upon Sir Charles Napier, and that these attacks are finding their way into some of our colonial papers, I cannot resist saying ...

    Article : 673 words
  10. DRAYTON.

    DECEMBER 7.—We are beginning, even in this hitherto fortunate district, to fear the dreaded effects of the drought, which seems, in most parts of the colony, to be destroying the hopes of the agriculturist, and to be ...

    Article : 992 words
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