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  2. Notes on Current Events.

    THE interest which attaches to Ireland and Irish affairs just now is not likely to pall for want of variety, or through any absence of the sensational element. Readers with the moist pronounced ...

    Article : 2,097 words
  3. New South Wales Parliament.

    THE PRESIDENT took the chair at half-past 4 o'clock. In answer to a question proposed by Mr. Blaxland, Sir JOHN ROBERTSON replied that he had learned from the Works Department that the bridge over the Parramatta ...

    Article : 146 words
  4. Music and the Drama.

    There is still nothing of moment to record in connection with the musical world since I last wrote. There are, however, several coming events which, in the way of advertisements and posters, are casting ...

    Article : 2,869 words

    The SPEAKER took the chair at half-past 4. THE BOURKE ELECTION. The SPEAKER announced the return of Mr. Russell Barton as member for Bourke. ...

    Article : 4,781 words
  6. Intercolonial Conference.

    THE [?]olegates to the Intercolonial Conference from Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, and Tasmania arrived by special train at a little before 8 a.m., on Thursday. At 11 o' clock the conference ...

    Article : 851 words



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