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  2. Smallpox in Sydney.

    Measures have been taken by the Department of Public Instruction to exempt from attendance at school all children residing near infected localities, especially where there is ground for supposing that ...

    Article : 4,813 words

    SIR,—Mr. Macfarlane has come forth to whitewash the already well-whitened sepulchre of the free trade policy. And not only has he made the rottenness of its inner composition more manifest, but ...

    Article : 1,300 words

    CONCERT AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS.—A concert was given at the School of Arts last night, in aid of the funds of the Agricultural Society shortly to hold its show here. Mr. Lay, the superintendent of ...

    Article : 395 words
  5. West Maitland Borough Council.

    On Friday evening a special meeting of the West Maitland Borough Council was held in the Council Chamber, High-street, with the view of taking precautionary measures to prevent, if possible, the ...

    Article : 2,143 words
  6. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 817 words
  7. The Royal Princes.

    The Princes and the Governor and suite left town by special train this morning, on a visit to Mr. J. H. Angas', at Collingrove. At Freeling Station the party was met by Mr. Angas and the Mayor of ...

    Article : 287 words

    SIR,—In 1811, when Napoleon the Conqueror spread misery over the Continent, there were no men to r[?]sist him. This made a thoughtful man, whose name is Frederic Lucas Jahn, think of ...

    Article : 703 words
  9. The Tanners of Sydney and Country Killed Hides.

    A large and influential meeting of tanners and other buyers attending the auction sales of hides was held yesterday at the Paragon Hotel, Circular Quay. Mr. M'Elhone, M.L.A., was voted into the ...

    Article : 233 words

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