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  2. MEMORANDA FOR JULY.

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  3. THE FLOODS.

    IN the latter past of last week intelligence reached Sydney in reference to the effects of the late floods on the Macdonald River and Lower Hawkesbury, from which it appeared that while public attention had been directed to ...

    Article : 4,548 words
  4. SUGAR GROWING AND MANUFACTURE IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A MEETING of gentlemen interested in the promotion of sugar growing in this colony met, in the Chamber of Commerce, on the 28th ultimo. Mr. W. Forster, M.L.A., on being called to the chair, said that he fully concurred in the ...

    Article : 1,167 words
  5. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

    THE PRESIDENT took his seat at 12 o'clock. The members present were Mr. Deas Thompson, Mr. Plunkett, Mr. Weekes, Mr. Towns, Dr. Macfarlane, Mr. Gordon, Mr.Mitchell, Mr. B. Russell, Mr. A. Campbell, ...

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  6. DISASTROUS FLOOD AT BURRANDONG.

    Mr. W. H. SUTTOR has handed us the following letter, written by his son, Mr. F. B. Suttor, from Burrandong, dated 23rd June. The talc it tells adds another appalling incident in the many gloomy disasters which have attended ...

    Article : 1,857 words
  7. FEMALE REFUGE.

    THE annual meeting of the Sydney Female Refuge was held on Monday, at the Temperance Hall, which was well filled by friends of the institution. Among those present, besides his Excellency the Governor-in-Chief ...

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  8. LEASES OF RUNS.

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