From the tone of recent parliamentary debates it is evident that the next general election will not be permitted to await the dissolution through effluxion of time of the present House. New candidates are already wooing the sweet voices of ...Article : 1,533 words
BISHOP BARKER is still on his farewell visit to the western portion of the diocese of Sydney. The annual assembly of the Congregational Union of New South Wales commenced on Tuesday week. The Rev. Thomas ...Article : 201 words
October 1.—R. M. S. Geelong, from Galle, 7th September. Fanny Fisher, Mayhew, from whaling. October 2.—Delaware, ship, Bailbe, from London, 21st June. October 3.—Ablassawaard, barque, Jacobs, from Rotterdam. ...Article : 274 words
WHILST the exterior of St. Andrew's Cathedral is still deficient in its towers and pinnacles, the interior may be said to be completed, as the only parts still remaining unfinished are the seats in the nave, and some of the clerestory windows, which have ...Article : 906 words
SHIPS.—Abergeldie, Ambassador, Ann Duthie, Anne Mary, Centurion, Chacabuco, Chelsea, Commissary, Cornwallis, Dilawur, Martha Birnie, Parisien, Resolute, Surrey, Western Empire, Yosemite, Zemindar. ...Article : 88 words
THE Colonial Treasurer made his financial statement on Thursday week. After glancing briefly at the financial position of the colony during the two previous years, he showed that while, the revenue for the current year would be quite equal to his ...Article : 524 words
TE KOOTI and his followers were reported to be snowed up to the southward of Taupo after being thrice defeated by Colonel M'Donnell. After the first engagement, on the 9th September, Te Kooti fell back on a pa at Tokanu, with a loss of three killed ...Article : 1,030 words
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Illustrated Sydney News (NSW : 1853 - 1872), Wed 27 Oct 1869, Page 2
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