THe Hon. J. C. Bray, Chief Secretary of South Australia, while in Sydney on the subject of the recent Convention, had an interview with the Hon. G. R. Dibbs, Colonial Treasurer, as to the duties levied ...Article : 135 words
THE HOLIDAYS.—The weather has proved very favourable for the Christmas holidays, the temperature on Christmas Day and Boxing Day being much below the average. From this cause outdoor gatherings were unusually well ...Article : 374 words
APROPOS of the recent proposal of the Railway Department to raise the railway season ticket rates, we understand, the ehange is not a general one, monthly tickets being oharaed as before. The only ...Article : 717 words
CONSIDERABLE excitement occurred in the city on Thursday when it became known that the Clarence and Richmond River Co.'s steamer Tomki had returned to port having been on fire during the night. On ...Article : 875 words
MR. G. Butterfield, of Stanmore, writes us as follows:—"The comet is now in such a position that it should be gean from this latitude the first clear evening. This evening it sets below the horizon of ...Article : 137 words
THE NUISANCES PREVENTION ACT will come into operation in Mudgee on March 1,1884. NOMINAL DEFENDANT.—Mr. G. R. Dibbs, Colonial Treasurer, to be nominal defendant in the ...Article : 661 words
CHRISTMAS TIME has been enjoyed by the people of our town and district in the usual hearty manner, notwith standing the severe trials and disappointments caused by the very adverse season which is destroying all hopes of ...Article : 849 words
BY cable we learn of thE death of Sir John Bayley Darvall, formerly one of the most distinguished public men in New South Wales. We take from Mr. Heaton's "Australian Dictionary of Dates" the ...Article : 578 words
THE bill introduced by Mr. Buchanan into the Legislative Assembly to provide that contempts of court shall hereafter be punished-only as indictcable offences, enacts that the following offences shall cease to ...Article : 384 words
WEATHER.—The past week has been one of excessive heat, scorching winds making it mach more oppressive; and as dust is prevalent, one can imagine what a life we are leading. ...Article : 651 words
POUBLIC SCHOOLS will be established at Merrowee South (near Hillston) and Wallamba Lower (near Forster). The Governor, with the advice of the Executive ...Article : 160 words
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