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  2. ANTI-CHINESE MEETING AT NEWCASTLE.

    A monster public meeting was held at the Theatre Royal, Newcastle, on Wednesday evening, to consider the propriety of taking stops to prevent the influx of Chinese into this colony. Mr. J. ...

    Article : 1,824 words
  3. MELBOURNE.

    The political world is in a quiescent state at present, but there are signs which indicate that it is but the calm before a storm. The Reform Bill will most probably be read a third time this ...

    Article : 755 words
  4. CRICKET.

    The Belmore and Shamrock. Cricket Clubs played a match at St. Leonard's last Saturday, and, after a keen contest, the latter won by 7 runs. The Belmores, in their innings, made 38 runs, E. ...

    Article : 677 words
  5. A NEW SILT ELEVATOR.

    A successful trial of Messrs. Lucas and Kirkwood's new silt elevator was made yesterday afternoon at the bottom of Kent-street, it having been erected over the silt pit situated there. There were ...

    Article : 466 words
  6. SPORTING.

    Tire meeting of the Parramatta Jockey Club, on Her Majesty's Birthday, is the chief local fixture for a long time to come. At Walgett, the 24th instant will also be dedicated to racing. C[?]bar and ...

    Article : 421 words
  7. DEPUTATIONS.

    Yesterday morning the Minister for Public Works received a deputation accompanied by Mr. J. Sharp, Mayor of Canterbury, and representing the inhabitants of the borough of Canterbury. ...

    Article : 138 words
  8. ELIZABETH-STREET TRAMWAY TERMINUS.

    The Mayor of Sydney (Mr. J. Harris) and Aidermen Dean, J. D. Young, Hardie and Moore interviewed the Minister for Public Works yesterday, directing that gentleman's attention to the ...

    Article : 245 words
  9. GOOD TEMPLARY.

    A general meeting of members of the Independent Order of Good Templars, working under the R.W.G.L. of the World, was held in the Temperance Hall, Pitt-street, on Saturday evening ...

    Article : 549 words
  10. COURSING.

    The Woodstock meeting is being l[?] forward to with a great de[?] of interest. The opening of Mr. Lamb's new coursing ground, which he has fully placed at the disposal of the New South ...

    Article : 239 words
  11. PARRAMATTA.

    A meeting of the Benevolent Society was held last night, at which the Rev. J. D. Murray presided. The monthly accounts showed that £9 9s 4d had been expended in relieving [?]aupers during ...

    Article : 279 words
  12. SHOALHAVEN WHARF.

    The necessity of increasing the size of the Shoalhaven wharf, on Greenwell Point, Shoalhaven, was brought under the notice of the Minister for Public Works yesterday, by a deputation composed of ...

    Article : 149 words
  13. GOOD [?]KEYS.

    The Melbourne Sports[?] gives the following sensible advice to young jock[?]s:--An American writer has said, with great [?]th, that the man who can make a tin pannikin better than other ...

    Article : 373 words
  14. PEDESTRIANISM.

    Bell's Life enters the following well-founded protest against the unfair walking so often seen in public contests:--"It has often been asked why professional walking has declined so much in the ...

    Article : 149 words
  15. MORPETH WATER SUPPLY.

    Messrs. W. Keating and T. Odell, accompanied by the Hon. Mr. Wisdom, M.L.A., waited on the Minister for Public Works yesterday, as delegates from a public meeting recently held at Morpeth, ...

    Article : 194 words
  16. SYDNEY AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB.

    The autumn sports held under the auspices of this Club will come off on the Association Ground this afternoon. An attractive programme has been arranged, and there will doubtless be a large ...

    Article : 73 words
  17. THE "BULLETIN" LIBEL ACTION.

    The libel action brought by Moore Brothers, of Clontar[?], against Haynes and Aren[?]bald, the proprietors of the Bulletin, was resumed yesterday. His Honor gave the result of his conference with ...

    Article : 800 words
  18. THE DISPOSAL OF THE AGRICULTURAL HALL.

    The Colonial Secretary was united upon yesterday morning by Mr. Walter Bradley and Mr. T. Moser, representing the Agricultural Society of New South Wales, whose object was in reference ...

    Article : 300 words
  19. FOOTBALL.

    Football meetings, the usual prelude to the opening of the season, having been held during the week, this winter pastime will to-day be actively indulged in on the several grounds. The ...

    Article : 133 words
  20. LAW INTELLIGENCE.

    KEMP v. KERBEY.--This was an action for ejectment and trespass brought by Richard Hinde Fox Kemp against Emily Kerb[?]y, both parties residing at St. Leonard's. Messrs. Pilcher and ...

    Article : 325 words
  21. OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS.

    The following official notifications are from yesterday's Government Gazette:-- APPOINTMENTS.--Mr. Alexander Stark Ogg. M.B., University, Toronto, M.C.P. and S., Ontario, ...

    Article : 561 words
  22. AQUATICS.

    The Mercantile Rowing Club have postponed their annual regatta from Queen's Birthday to the 4th [?]ne, owing in the entries filling badly for that public holiday. The committee have arranged the ...

    Article : 84 words
  23. SHOOTING.

    Sportsmen in New Zealand have come under a New restriction, which is thus a[?]ded the Auckland Herald:--The shooting sea-on begins this year under somewhat changed auspices, ...

    Article : 326 words
  24. NUISANCE AT THE GLEBE.

    Alderman CHAPMAN (mayor of the Glebe), and another member of that borough council, waited on the Colonial Secretary yesterday, in order to press upon the Government the necessity for ...

    Article : 102 words
  25. DISTRICT COURT.--FRIDAY, MAY 1[?].

    CA. SA. MOT[?]--applications for writs of [?] were [?] of the writs being granted in nearly all the [?] the defendants i[?] some cases were [?]d [?] payment of the ...

    Article : 413 words
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