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  2. The Department of Lunacy.

    Considerable interest must attach to the first report of the Master in Lunacy, which has just been published. We give an abstract. ...

    Article : 1,208 words
  3. The Kelly Country.

    The recent visit of Superintendent Ch[?]mley to the North-Eastern district was (says the Argus) in consequence of reports that the more unscrupulous members of the ...

    Article : 842 words
  4. AUSTRALIAN WINE WILL YET BE ON A PAR IN NATIONAL VALUE TO WOOL EXPORT.

    SIR,—Your leader in Thursday's (the 5th) issue contains words of wisdom. To enforce my argument permit me to quote briefly to aid in galvanizing into financial commercial ...

    Article : 1,333 words
  5. St. Peter's Church of England, East Maitland.

    At the usual meeting of church members and parishioners on Easter Tuesday evening, Messrs. Samuel Clift, George Clift, and D. J. Ellis were appointed churchwardens of St. ...

    Article : 263 words
  6. THE WATERING OF HIGH-STREET.

    SIR,—Having been one who collected the sense of a large portion of the ratepayers of High-street on the watering question, I trust that you will grant me a space in your ...

    Article : 702 words
  7. A Western Queensland Flood.

    A correspondent of the Western Champion writes on 22nd March, from Stony Point:- "I am of opinion that there is no portion of the interior of Australia better known to ...

    Article : 843 words
  8. London Wool Sales.

    Sale of 396 bales, from Sydney, by Willans, Overbury, and Co.:- Ex Orient, Verona, and Aconcagua, from Sydney: Llanillo, 14 scoured hoggets at 26d, 5 scoured at 24d, ...

    Article : 2,171 words
  9. Burning Town Garbage.

    A peculiar mode of getting rid of the rubbish and garbage of a town has been devised, and is in practical operation in Nottingham. Outside the town is an erection of six ...

    Article : 385 words
  10. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 173 words
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