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    Business in the Parliament during the week bas been very dull. An attempt was made by Mr. Meagher to produce a sensation in connection with the alleged withdrawal of ...

    Article : 303 words

    1. Mount Sinai, from the Plain of the Assemblage, 2. Rock of Moses, where Ten Commandments are said to have been given to Moses. 3. One of the Sacred Passes up Mount Sinal. "Take heed of yourselves that you go not into the Mount, or touch the border of it; ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 123 words

    LATERARY—The Proprletor invites really siguiflcant news, written in the shortest poselhle space, and solid, impartial critcisin of pblic questions. BUSINESS—Advertisements received after 5 p.m. on ...

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 983 words

    Reported that Grafton Hospital must raise £400 this year. It will want to hurry up. If it wera the Hospital only that wanted funds, they could be easily found, but so ...

    Article : 1,579 words
  7. The Awful Garroter.

    Garroting will have to be dealt with serlously if the Government is going to afford a proper protection to citizens. Mr. Ambrose pratt said in a paper in England that "Push ...

    Article : 280 words
  8. An English millionaire's Temerity.

    Mr. Charles Morning, an English millionaire, who made'a pile out of South Africa, is reported to have bought Mount Sinai. It is said he has bought lt for the vandal purpose ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 604 words
  9. An TJnveracIous Story.

    The American press when it is hard up for news goes for England. Sometimes it goes for her amiably, and sometimes the other way. When the latter, the subject is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 276 words
  10. A Petition Rejected.

    The Elections and Qualifications Committee occupied several days in hearing the petition of Mr. Waine against the return of Mr. Nelson for the Flinders Division in the City, ...

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    The, necessaries of life in Sydney have reached famine prices. For'some time the question of the rise in meat arid bread'has exercised the public mind. Now. it is acute, ...

    Article : 441 words
  12. More "Trugh"

    A case that has excited soine interest was decided at the Central Police Court yesterday. It was a charge of assault against John M'Mahon (29),canvasser, by Nicholas ...

    Article : 221 words
  13. The Public Service.

    A minor change of some Importance is about to be made in the Public Service. Under the existing regulations persons who desire to enter the Service must come in as cadets, ...

    Article : 215 words

    Mr. Editor.—As a ratepayer who is anxious to see water, laid on for the watering of Prince-street, and to cope with fires occurring in the principal parts of the city, I was ...

    Article : 776 words
  15. That Flag Competition.

    Grafton competitors for the Federal Flag and Seal will be interested on rending the report of the judges, which Indicates what induced them in their decision. ...

    Article : 406 words
  16. Sir Frederick Darley.

    The Chief Justice contemplates retiring within a short time from the exalted position ba occupies on the Bench, and it is said that be will take up his residence in the old ...

    Article : 290 words
  17. The Gas Company's Troubles.

    The Gas Company difficulty is likely to right itself only at the expense of the unfortunate consumer. The Company, which is one of the richest concerns in Sydney, held ita ...

    Article : 300 words

    Kallatina (Capt. Magee), arrived from Sydney yesterday. Passengers-Mesdames Tupper and child. De La Hunty and family, E. Johnson, Cummins, Walker, Duniala and ...

    Article : 403 words
  19. Australia's First Gre at Seal.

    The accepted Great Seal of the Commonwealth is not of a very attractive design. The side containing the arms of the contributing States, centred by the arms of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 305 words
  20. A Pretty Quarrel.

    The Harbour Trust and the Sydney Gaslight Company are in deadly conflict, and their quarrel is to be found in the law courts. The Trust levied a tax of 6d a ton on the coal ...

    Article : 393 words
  21. Tho Question of a Receipt.

    An extraordinary case was tried at the Banco Court, before the Chief Justice and a jury of four, on Thursday. The plaintiffs were Jane Emma Terry and Frank David ...

    Article : 313 words
  22. "Tied Houses" of Other Kinds.

    The question of "tied houses (public houses) now being debated before a select committee is interesting as showing how strong a hold the wholesaler has on the retailer. It refers ...

    Article : 185 words



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