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  2. Metropolitan Intercolonial Exhibition of 1876.

    IT is no doubt generally known that the entries for this year's Exhibition exceed in number those of any previous Exhibition, and now it can be said after inspection of those of the exhibits that have ...

    Article : 772 words
  3. New South Wales Parliament.

    The Coal Mines Regulation Bill was read a third time, assad, and was forwarded to the Assembly. On the motion of Sir WM. MANNING, leave of absence for six months was granted to the Honourable F. M. Darley. ...

    Article : 610 words

    The SPEAKER entored the House at twenty-nine minutes past four: and at thirty minutes past, Unding no quorum present, declared the House to stand adjourned until next day (Wednesday.) ...

    Article : 3,556 words
  5. Insolvency Court.

    John George Primrose, of Windsor, builder out of business. Insolvent attributes his insolvency to the depression of business and pressure of a creditor. Liabilities, £191 4s 3d; assets, £21 11s 6d; deficiency, £169 12s 9d. ...

    Article : 302 words
  6. Government Gazette.

    PROCLAMATION.—By proclamation of his Excellency the Governor, the oyster beds, Oullundulla Creek, are closed for three years from date. APPOINTMENTS.—Charles Ambrose Scrivener. Esq., to be ...

    Article : 405 words
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