Mr. Walter King, a late resident of Maitland, kindly writes us the following pleasant and chatty letter, describing the music at the Melbourne International Exhibition. The ...Article : 1,710 words
DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—Henry Percy was charged with having been drunk in a public street on Thursday. He was fined 5s or twenty-four hours' imprisonment.— ...Article : 261 words
The sale of the Hobartville yearlings, &c., the property of Mr. Andrew Town, took place at Richmond, on Thursday. A crowded special train left Sydney at 7.55, and at 1040 ...Article : 2,231 words
Mr. Joseph Chapman having completed his task of decorating the interior of the Maitland School of Arts hall, a few words of description may not be out of place. We venture ...Article : 903 words
Mr. Richard Bennett, of Denington, near Warrnambool, writes as follows to the Argus of Tuesday:- "As public interest is again awakened in ...Article : 734 words
The Stationing Committee met in the Wesleyan Church, York-street, at 10 o'cloek on Wednesday morning. There were present: For the Sydney District—Revs. Dr. Kelynack ...Article : 783 words
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