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  2. PARRAMATTA.

    TUESDAY, 18th March.—Before Messrs. F. Oakes and Langley.—Thomas Butler, given into custody by Daniel Brien, publican, for stealing the sum of 2s. 6d. from the till of his counter, was convicted, and ...

    Article : 366 words
  3. THE POST OFFICE.

    SIR,—I desire to bring under your notice and that of the public, a case, in my opinion, of great hardship that occurred to me on the departure of the last mail. I posted a letter via Mara[?] for the British West Indies, with a ...

    Article : 134 words
  4. TO THE CITY SURVEYOR.

    SIR,—A large sum of money has lately been expended in laying down a barrel drain of 12 inches diameter from the south-west corner of Druitt and Sussex streets, across the latter, for the purpose of conveying the large body of water ...

    Article : 123 words
  5. HOLDING THE TONGUE.

    FEW popular writers besides Mr. Carlyle have adequately insisted upon the merit of not talking. Talkers do not necessarily possess either strength of intellect or vigour of character. The nimble tongue ...

    Article : 2,509 words
  6. EXTRA VAGANCE AND DEFICITS.

    FIVE great nations have recently made official expositions of their several financial positions to themselves and to the world. France, Austria, Italy, and the United States have presented regular budgets or ...

    Article : 1,777 words
  7. MORPETH.

    MARCH 24TH.—NEW COLLIERIES BEYOND MAITLAND. —The anticipated influence of the Maitland and Morpeth railway in developing the minerals of the Hunter district is already being realised. A pit has ...

    Article : 1,021 words
  8. ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY.

    How the 14th of January, Dr. J. E. Gray, V.P., in the [?] Dr. P. L. Sclater exhibited, on behalf of Mr. E. [?] if [?], corresponding member, a tracing of the outline [?] of the adult male Rhinoceros Sumatranus, ...

    Article : 4,129 words
  9. THE GROWTH OF COTTON IN AUSTRALIA.

    SIR,—I have read with much interest the very able speeches delivered at the Chamber of Commerce upon this subject, in which I warmly sympathise. While visiting the plantations in America, I superficially ...

    Article : 325 words
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