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    This trade is in a very unsatisfactory state at present, arising from a variety of causes, prices being the main trouble. So far as our colony is concerned, matters are not likely to improve, especially ...

    Article : 998 words

    The regular meeting was held on Wednesday. Present—The Mayor, Aldermen Selman, Carson, Shore, Bawden, Maxted, Eggins, Page, M'Farlane. The Conncils solicitor wrote stating that several ...

    Article : 586 words

    When moving that the Glen Innes-Inverell railway proposal be submitted to the Public Works Committee, last week, the Minister fer Works said:—It is nearly nine years since the matter was ...

    Article : 1,371 words

    This is the last opportunity I shall have of giving you the particulars, as far as they are at present available, of what is to take place here on the 15th at what, for purposes of handy designation, we ...

    Article : 522 words

    Files to hand from London are full of the sensational marriage, and all appear to write in the one strain—wonder at its having been countenanced. Home Chat," a paper which appears ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 160 words
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  8. Another Society Wedding.

    All Society was gathered together at the SalmonHarris wedding in Saint Stephen's Church. Sydney, the other day. The invited ones restled up the aisles of the beautifully decorated church, and ...

    Article : 211 words
  9. In Explanation.

    It was hardly likely that the committee which has the management of all this would have come through scathleas, and the first "censure motion" has been moved by the newspaper at Maclean. ...

    Article : 216 words

    On Tuesday, before the P.M. Robert Cardwell, deemed to be insane was, on certificates by Drs. Smith and Kearney, ordered to be forwarded to the Hospital for the Insane at ...

    Article : 323 words
  11. Lady Lyne.

    Although Sir William Lyne is very proud of his promotion to the ranks of chivalry, and loves his title well, his wife is not so complacent over it. Lady Lyne objects to that title in toto, and is so ...

    Article : 96 words
  12. Hopetoun Road.

    It has been arranged that the Governor-General shall make his official landing in Sydney at Mrs. Macqnarie'e chair, in the Domain. That ceremony will take place on New Year's Day, at which time ...

    Article : 193 words
  13. The Hospital Ball.

    This annual event came off last week, and although it was successful, the patronage accorded it was hardly aa good as might have been expected. I mean by this that there was a conspicuous absence ...

    Article : 86 words
  14. The Drainage Scheme.

    In my last notes I gave particulars of this work having met with an adverse vote in the Council. The question was, however, brought on again at the following meeting and carried, it being also ...

    Article : 86 words
  15. No More Surly Husbands.

    There is a really amusing advertisement going round just now. There is a picture of what looks like a ball chair with, a trifling bit of mechanism at one side, and over the chair is printed "No more ...

    Article : 209 words
  16. The Lapsed Votes.

    Regarding these the Municipal Council has now received the assurance of the Minister, chiefly through the instrumentality of Mr. Pyers, M.P., that the money, £300, which went back to the ...

    Article : 152 words
  17. Mechanies' Institute.

    The monthly meeting of committee was held on Tuesday. Present—Ven. Archdeacon Moxon (President), Messrs. H. Harding, G. L. Mansfield, E. T. Blaxland, H. J. Kipping, H. J. Velvin, E. ...

    Article : 298 words
  18. Grafton Band of Hope.

    The annual tea meeting and reunion of the Band was held in the Wesleyan Church on Tuesday evening. There was a good attendance at the tea, and the necessary refreshments were provided in ...

    Article : 307 words
  19. Street Lighting.

    An improved acetylene gas lamp (street lighting) has been erected this week on trial. The Council has also undertaken, by formal resolution, to ascertain the cost of the erection of coal gas ...

    Article : 56 words
  20. The Fashions.

    We are always laughing at ourselves for copying so slavishly the fashions set on the other side of the world, where the climate is so different; but occasionally even fashion is kind. The year ...

    Article : 344 words
  21. Season's Prospects.

    Recent rains put quite a different complexion upon the seaeon's prospects; and aoweek ago all vegetation was growing inxuriantly, many of the fields being white with clover. A succession of ...

    Article : 101 words
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  23. Brief Mention.

    The Caledonisn Society is out with its programme for the annual gathering on the 9th November, Cast much upon the same lines as previously, it is liberal and attractive. ...

    Article : 138 words
  24. Advertising

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  25. Chatsworth.

    PRESENTATION.—On Friday morning Mr. F. C. Kemmis, who has held the position of manager of the F. F. and Ice Co's. Creamery at Chatsworth for the past four years, was presented with a ...

    Article : 180 words
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