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  2. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 143 words
  3. UPPER HUNTER.

    THANKS to Mr. Percy Simpson, the paid J. P. and Ms. Robertson of Scone, the paid J. P., robberies are as plentiful as any Bandit could desire. Four bushrangers are busy in robbing ...

    Article : 113 words
  4. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE, PROFITS OF FARMING IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    GENTLEMEN,- Your correspondent A Farmer, in the Herald, of the 17th, sounds the [?] of alarm on behalf of the agriculturists of the Colony, and foretells that the farmers "must be ...

    Article : 1,898 words
  5. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.

    FROM Hobart Town, yesterday, having left the 12th instant, the schooner M[?] Watson, Captain Richards, with wheat, &c.—Passengers, Mrs. Greenfield and child, Mr. Fry, and one ...

    Article : 273 words
  6. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    SCHOOL OF ARTS.—We are happy to observe that the gas is now in progress of being laid on at the School of Arts, and, as soon as this is effected, it is understood that the lectures ...

    Article : 1,748 words
  7. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald.

    GENTLEMEN,—The columns of a public journal being the most proper place to redress public grievances, I therefore request that the following may have insertion in your widely circulated ...

    Article : 433 words
  8. Advertising

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    Advertising : 48 words
  9. The Sydney Herald, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE COLONIST.

    BY the John Bartlett, Messrs. Marsh and Edenborough's report of the December Wool Sales came to hand. The detailed accounts of the prices have already been ...

    Article : 304 words
  10. NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR.

    A NUMEROUS assemblage of the inhabitants of this neighbourhood took place on Tuesday, the 11th instant, at Duntroon, the estate of Robert Campbell, Esq., M. C., to witness the ceremony ...

    Article : 942 words
  11. ENGLISH EXTRACTS.

    TEETOTALISM.—We understand that a new Life Association is in the course of formation, for the exclusive benefit of those who totally abstain from intoxicating liquors, at premiums ...

    Article : 5,157 words
  12. PARRAMATTA.

    Mr. A[?], who appeared in person, was convicted of sly prog-selling, and was sentenced to pay the usual penalty, £30, and costs. Mary R[?]rke, on the information of Hunt, ...

    Article : 942 words
  13. LAW INTELLIGENCE.

    MONDAY—Before the CHAIRMAN, Mr. GORE, and a Common [?]ry. Jo[?]n Coll[?]ns, indicted for stealing a box of pickles, guilty; to be worked in irons for six ...

    Article : 1,372 words
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