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  2. THE BOY KIDNAPPED AT YSABEL.

    WE regret to say that the search made for the lad Brown, who was kidnapped in 1860 at the island of Ysabel, has proved futile. The following correspondence in reference to the matter will, however, be read ...

    Article : 1,275 words
  3. CRICKET ASSOCIATION.

    AN adjourned annual general meeting of the New South Wales Cricket Association was held on Tuesday, at Cunnigham's, Commercial Hotel—Mr. W. Tunks in the chair. ...

    Article : 2,122 words
  4. THE ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.

    THE ceremony of laying the foundation stone of a hall for the Court Morning Star of the Ancient Order of Foresters, No. 2002, took place on Monday, at Waterloo, on a site given for the purpose by Edward ...

    Article : 1,171 words
  5. NEW CALEDONIA.

    WE are in receipt of papers from New Caledonia up to the 29th ultimo. The intelligence thereby communicated appears to be, comparatively speaking, unimportant. On the 13th of September, in the afternoon, died M. ...

    Article : 220 words
  6. PRESENTATION OF REGIMENTAL COLOUR TO THE SUBURBAN RIFLES.

    ANOTHER grand muster of the Volunteer Rifles took place on Saturday afternoon, in tho Outer Domain, on the occasion of the presentation of a regimental flag to the Suburban Battalion. The afternoon being brilliantly fine, the ...

    Article : 1,910 words
  7. TAHITI.

    WE have received a file of Tahitian papers—the Messenger de Taitt—from the 24th of March up to the 8th of September last. The colony appears to be in a flourishing state. The Messager of the 24th of March contains a long ...

    Article : 1,698 words
  8. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, October 16.—We were not a little surprised on Sunday afternoon to see the Telegraph cominp up the river, close on the heels of the Waratah, and the surprise was increased when it was seen that the first mentioned steamer had the English mail on ...

    Article : 1,536 words
  9. ENCOURAGEMENT OF COLONIAL MANUFACTURES.

    A PUBLIC meeting, convened by advertisement, was held on Tuesday evening at the Temperance Hall, "to consider the propriety of petitioning the Government to discontinue importing railway plant and other goods that can be ...

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