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  2. The Corner Stone of St. Mary's Parsonage.

    On Saturday afternoon the corner stone of the building now in progress in St. Mary's parish, West Maitland, as a residence for the clergyman, was laid by Mrs. Pearson, wife of ...

    Article : 3,050 words
  3. The Immigrant Ship Peterborough.

    The immigrants on board the ship Peterborough are, no doubt, by this time duly impressed with the wisdom of our quarantine regulations, and the manner of their ...

    Article : 629 words
  4. Sheep-Breeding [?] Australia.

    It is not often that a wor[?]alling within the same category as Mr. Ge[?] A. Brown's Sheep-breeding in Australia [?]ritten by a gentleman who combines so [?]y ...

    Article : 1,426 words
  5. An American Estimate of European St[?]tesmanship.

    An impression prevails (writes the San Francisco Bulletin) that there are some rulers in Europe who deserve the name of statesmen. There are a score [?]r more of public men who ...

    Article : 883 words
  6. The Bowen Piracy Case.

    The breakdown of the charge against the prisoners in the Bowen case for want of evidence is (says the Hongkong Haily Press) much to be regretted. The circumstances of ...

    Article : 306 words
  7. The Baptist Union.

    The members of the Baptist Union met on Wednesday morning, in the Bathurst-street church, for the despatch of business, and continued their sittings in the afternoon. ...

    Article : 230 words
  8. Official Correspondence.

    The following correspondence has been handed to us by the member for the Williams, and we print same for information of all concerned: ...

    Article : 238 words
  9. Illawarra Coal-miners' Strike.

    The Coal Cliff miners have settled to work again on the terms offered by Mr. Alexander Stuart, and appear to regret that they did not accept his offer when first made. The ...

    Article : 183 words

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