Messrs. Mason Bros., of this town, having offered £300, to be divided into three prizes of £200, £70, and £30, respectively, for a sculling race to be called the Walker Whiskey ...Article : 905 words
It may be remembered that, a few months ago, a hairdresser named Charters, who held about £4000 in a "consultation sweep" on certain horse races, levanted by the San ...Article : 898 words
H.M.S. Cormorant, Captain Bruce, arrived in Sydney Harbour yesterday morning from a cruise at the Solomon Islands, which occupied nearly five months. Her mission to the ...Article : 687 words
The annual session of the Baptist Union commenced on Tuesday, September 6th, in the Harris-street Church, Sydney. The Rev. D. Fenwick preached the annual sermon to a ...Article : 822 words
The Echo gives the following telegrams showing the extent of the rainfall:- Bathurst, Saturday.—A heavy shower of rain descended this morning, and more is ...Article : 888 words
An inquest was held at the Star Hotel, Redfern, on Monday morning, as to the cause of death of Mary Louisa Bignell, aged 35 years, the wife of William Bignell, a tailor, ...Article : 579 words
CHILD DESERTION.—John Cowell was brought up on a warrant, charged with deserting his female child, Georgina Catherine Cowell, aged 9 years. Defendant had been ...Article : 405 words
The "Royal" show at Derby presented few items of interest for Australians. Probably the most useful part of the implement and machinery display would be the working ...Article : 417 words
SIR,—I have recently been making some experiments with the above, from a pustule of vaccine. I succeeded in precipitating diminutive granulations, which seem to have been held ...Article : 228 words
We regret to have to announce the death of the Rev. B. Chapman, general secretary of the Wesleyan Missionary Society. This event took place at Windsor on Saturday ...Article : 370 words
At a meeting of the Melbourne Presbytery, a letter was read from Mr. J. C. Stewart, in which he stated that he intended his former communication to the Presbytery to ...Article : 365 words
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