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  2. SYDNEY HUNT CLUB.

    The Hunt Club Races which took place on the Randwick course to day pioved a great success The weather was fine and the attendance numbered about 10 000 persons ...

    Article : 868 words
  3. THE OPERA.

    The Opera-house was entirely filled by an appreciative audience on Saturday night to witness the seventh performance of "Il Profeta." The production of this work has ...

    Article : 739 words
  4. THE ITALIAN WAR STEAMER GARIBALDI.

    The Ganbaldi has dropped anchor at the distance of two miles (waterman's estimate) from Sandridge beach. People who like best to view ships of war from the shore may be ...

    Article : 1,852 words
  5. A HISTORY OF THE COMMUNE, BY A COMMUNIST.

    Sir,—A younger brother of mine found on the St. Kilda beach a bottle containing a document, written in French, of which I have made a translation, and send the same ...

    Article : 2,020 words
  6. CRICKET.

    This match was resumed on the M.C.C ground on Saturday It was commenced on the 5th inst and continued on the 19th. When play ceased on the last named day, ...

    Article : 1,051 words
  7. THE SYDNEY EXHIBITION.

    The Sydney Intel colonial Exhibition was opened on Tuesday, 22nd inst The exhibits are described in the Sydney Morning Herald, and from the report in that journal we make ...

    Article : 1,287 words
  8. THEATRE ROYAL.

    The Wicked World was repeated at the Theatre Royal on Satuulay night to a very good house. Judging from the reception given to it, the comedy is nightly ...

    Article : 498 words
  9. BALLARAT.

    The amount of mismess done in the market today was small, but there was a very strong demand for a number of Pleasant Creek stocks, and Black Horse and Prince of ...

    Article : 349 words
  10. THE CHURCH OF THE FUTURE.

    Mr. Charles Bright delivered a lecture last evening, at the Masonic Hall, on " The Church of the Future." There was a large attendance. Mr. John Ross was in the ...

    Article : 693 words
  11. THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES GARDENS.

    Sir,—I am veiy sorry so erroneous a statement should have obtained such prominence as contained in your loading article of this date, in the matter of the Friendly Societies' ...

    Article : 369 words
  12. CAST-OFF CLOTHING FOR THE IMMIGRANTS' HOME.

    Sir,—At the weekly meeting of the committee of management of the Prince's-bridge Home for the Honsoless and Destitute, held yesterday, I was requested, as one of their ...

    Article : 225 words
  13. MR. GUYON APOLOGISES.

    Sir,—In the performance of the "Eton Boy," at the Theatre Royal on Saturday evening, the unmistakable disapprobation of the audience warned me that 1 bad made ...

    Article : 193 words
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