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  2. VICTORIA BRIDGE BETWEEN EAST AND WEST MAITLAND.

    THIS Bridge is from an English design materially improved hy the Colonial Architect, E. T. Blackett, Esquire The budding was commenced about the middle of 1851, and finished at a cost of leas than £2,000. A similar bridge is in process of erection at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 179 words
  3. WHAT IS TO BE DONE WITH THE NEW CONSTITUTION BILL?

    ON Tuesday next, the Legislative Council will reassemble for the despatch of business. The chief subject that will come before it for discussion is, of course, the New Constitution Bill; and when we consider the difference of ...

    Article : 1,104 words
  4. SHEEP-WASHING AT KIPPILAW.

    This enjravin from a sketch hy T. F. Balcombe, Esq., represents sheep-washing on the estate of James Chisholm, Esq., M.L.C. The following descriptive account, which was forwarded with the sketch, may not be uninteresting to our readers: ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 216 words
  5. THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD ON "CRIME AND PUNISHMENT."

    OUR contemporary, the Sydney Morning Herald, after pondering and revolving" the matter in its editorial mind for nearly a week, has at length attempted a reply to our article of Saturday last, headed "Tan LAW OP RETRIBUTION." But as the force of the ...

    Article : 1,134 words
  6. WEEKLY SUMMARY.

    A man named Dennis. Finn died suddenly at Bathurst, on the 16th ultimo, from a serious attack of apoplexy, brought on while in a state of intoxication. A fatal accident took place on Sunday afternoon, 20th ultimo. ...

    Article : 458 words
  7. NEWS OF THE WEEK.

    BURGLARY.—On Saturday night last, between the hours of 8 and ll o'clock, the residence of Mr. Cattlin Kent-street, was burglariously entered, while he and his wife were engaged in the George-street market, where Mr.. Catt is a stall-holder. A suit of ...

    Article : 1,104 words
  8. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    Sofala is picturesquely situated on the banks of the River Turon which although a tributary of the Macquarie, is a stream of considerable importance. It takes its rise among a huge range of mountains of granite formation, which are more or less auriferous. ...

    Article : 2,486 words
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