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  2. THE NEW PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE.

    WE mentioned in our issue of Saturday last that the competitive designs of Mr. J. F. Hilly for the new Prince of Wales Theatre had been approved of, and that be had received instructions from the owner of the property—the Hon. R. Fitzgerald, M.L.C.,—to ...

    Article : 3,611 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    CAPTURE OF A NOTORIOUS THIEF.—On Wednesday, the 23rd ultimo, whist Mr. Sherman, our chief constable, was on duty on the Wellington road, he suddenly came upon a man named Thomas, Lee, alias ...

    Article : 4,309 words
  4. PARLIAMENT.

    In the Legislative Assembly, The SPEAKER read a message from the Legislative Council, intimating that the Council agreed to certain alterations made in its amendments upon the Chinese ...

    Article : 6,386 words
  5. GOLD NEWS.

    OCTOBER 29.—DEEP CROSSING PLACE—Several pug mille are at work, the Clydesdale party having fully set in, anticipate making a great haul. KANGAROO POINT.—This point is token up ...

    Article : 1,702 words
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