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  2. THE NEW SOUTH WALES CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

    WE have been favoured with the perusal of a letter received by the Colonial Commissioners for the contributions of this colony to the International Exhibition from Mr. Edward Hamilton, who was appointed ...

    Article : 612 words
  3. CRICKET MATCHES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 875 words
  4. ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    THE usual meeting of the council of the Aeclamatisation Society was held at Mort's-buildings, on Monday, the 19th instant—Mr. J.P. Josepheen in the chair. After the ordinary business of the society had both gone through. ...

    Article : 264 words
  5. CITY IMPROVEMENTS.

    WE are not able to report the commencement of any public works of importance in Sydney during the past month, but those we have before noticed are approaching completion, and constitute noticeable architectural features. ...

    Article : 1,443 words
  6. TELEGRAPHS.

    CONSIDERABLY Progress has been made with the telegraphic extensions recently commenced under the votes of Parliament last session. On the extension from campbelltown to wollongong and ...

    Article : 404 words
  7. HARBOUR IMPROVEMENTS AT NEWCASTLE.

    THREE are few more gratifying or satisfactroy proofs of the extension of our colonial commerce than the rapid growth of the port of Newcastle. Situated close to the sea-board, within eighty miles of Sydney, and in the vicinity of an apparently ...

    Article : 2,418 words
  8. RAILWAYS.

    ANOTHER Portion the railway extensions contracted for by Sir M. Poto and Co. has been opened for traffic since, the Western line was temporarily opened as far as Rooty Hill ...

    Article : 1,752 words
  9. NEW COAL MINING COMPANIES.

    Two large and wealthy companies are about to commence real mining operations near Newcastle. About twelve hundred acres of land have been leased from the Crown, by Messrs. Morehead and Young, the Sydney managers of the ...

    Article : 330 words
  10. ARTICLES OF NEW SOUTH WALES PRODUCE TO BE EXHIBITED BY PARTIES ENGLAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 365 words
  11. DARLINGHURST GAOL.

    WE have recently had an opportunity of inspecting this establishment, in the management of which—under the careful supervision of the present Sheriff, Mr. George Uhr, and the zealous co-operation of Mr. Reld, the principal gaoler, considerable ...

    Article : 1,468 words
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    ANNIVERSARY SERVICES.—The anniversary services of Eben[?] Chapel, Riley-street, have just been held. On Sunday last the annual sermons were preached—that in the morning by the Rev. S.C.Kent, that in ...

    Article : 881 words
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    CONGREGATIONAL COLLEGE or VICTORIA.—The first college established in Victoria for the preparation of young men for the ministerial office was opened on Wednesday. It is called the ...

    Article : 579 words
  14. MR. LEVICK'S NEW WHOLESALE IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT.

    The extensive alterations to the promises now occupied by Mr. James Levick, as a wholesale ironmongery establishment, which have been completed within the last few days, call for special notice as a metropolitan improvement. The ...

    Article : 424 words
  15. COUNTRY WORKS.

    THERE are at pretest few works of any magnitude in progress upon the main roads, but surveys have been made and plans are being prepared for several large bridges for which money was voted last ...

    Article : 592 words
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