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  2. A L[?]ERARY NUISANCE.

    SIR,—I have recently arrived in Sydney, and, like most new comere, [?]m anxious to learn something about the colony, and the doings of the people amongst whom I expect to dwell. My desire for information often ...

    Article : 897 words
  3. GENERAL POLICE COURT.—MONDAY.

    BEFORE Messrs. Asher and Levy. Jane Smith and Mary Foley, charged with stealing £5 from the person of James M'Gee, were committed. Several persons were broaght before the Bench for ...

    Article : 98 words
  4. COUNTRY NEWS. PENNANT HILLS.

    AGRICULTURISTS and horticulturists declare their future prospects will be rained if rain does not come, and that quickly! Trenching was the order of the day, a short time ago, and it is to be feared that many will pay dearly ...

    Article : 1,043 words
  5. BURRANGONG.

    We understand that a movement is on foot to get up a public dinner in honour of Mr. Charles Cowper, on the occasion of his expected arrival here. The Royal Oak has been selected as the site of the entertainment, and ...

    Article : 904 words
  6. WATER POLICE COURT.—MONDAY.

    James Gazaroni and Alfred Draston, for drunkenness and incapability, and George Harpur, seaman, for the same offence, together with using obscene language in the public streets, were severally fined 5s., in default, ...

    Article : 687 words
  7. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    THE fortnightly meeting of the Sydney Municipal Council was held at the Council-cham[?]e's, Town Hall, Wynyard-square, yesterday, at three o'clock in the afternoon. His Worship the Mayor in the chair. The following were ...

    Article : 2,304 words
  8. DEFAULTING ATTORNEYS AND ADMINISTRATORS.

    SIR,—The intention of the Judges to visit defaulting attorneys with punishment—as reported in the case of Banbury, in the Empire of May 1st—will be a great boon to many it strictly carried out: though still the difficulty ...

    Article : 306 words
  9. THE SYDNEY GYMNASIUM.

    SIR,—It is satisfactory to see from the "communicated" article in your paper of this day, that some degree of interest has been publicly aroused to the state of this intended national institution. The Empire has always ...

    Article : 494 words
  10. WINDSOR.

    MAY 11.—THE HAWKESBURY RIFLES.—An order has been received by Captain Edgerton from Captain Laver, directing his atteition to the Volunteer Review on the Queen's birthday in Sydney, and requesting the ...

    Article : 1,789 words
  11. THE LACHLAN.

    Nothing of great importance has transpired since our last issue. As may be naturally expected, the South Lead is in the ascendency, and shares are not to be purchased under late quotations. The yield from the ...

    Article : 708 words
  12. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMPIRE.

    SIR,—Permit me to correct an error of the Press in the 7th number of my "Notes," published in the Empire of this day. In denouncing the unchristian, monopolishing, ...

    Article : 357 words
  13. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMPIRE.

    SIR,—As the unfortunate man, James Wilson, whose death is reported at the gaol in the Empire of this day, was sent from the Police Central Station by my direction in a dying state, I beg to explain the reasons for ...

    Article : 171 words
  14. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMPIRE.

    SIR—I shall be glad if you will make known to the public, through the Empire, that I have lately imported from Europe seeds of the opium poppy, the madderproducing plant, and the best kind of mulberry for feeding ...

    Article : 81 words
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