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  2. THE GUN

    Saturday was the last day of the legitimate shooting season; and now, until the 1st December, our knights of the trigger must be content to leave alone both the imported and colonial game. Hitherto, which ...

    Article : 685 words
  3. The Game Act.

    Having on previous occasions written at some length in reference to the above, through the medium of the S.M. Herald, ecdeavouring to show the absurdity of the existing laws, I now beg to crave space in your ...

    Article : 659 words

    Denis Mackinlay and Patrick Mackinlay, trailing as Mackinlay Brothers, of Sydney and Brisbane wholesale grocers. Estimated liabilities, £3000. Mr Sempill, official assignee. James Gray, of Wagga Wagga. Journeyman boot and shoemaker. ...

    Article : 254 words

    What a glorions week this would be for news in "Our Street," if "a fellie" wasn't afrsid of judge Hargrave. one might write a book on the sensational occurrences since last I wrote; were it not for the fact ...

    Article : 2,900 words

    THE PEOPLER'S CONCERTS AT THE TEMERANCE HALL.— On Satursay evening the usual concert in connection with the Sons of Temperance came off at the above hall In a short time after the doors were opened the hall ...

    Article : 708 words
  7. Commercial Intelligence.

    HARRISON AND JONES'S STOCK AND STATION RETOKT.—6th August, 1869.—Stations: We have not been able to do much under this head during the past week, except in furthering some negotiations now pending, but which are not as yet sufficiently ...

    Article : 868 words

    Notwithstanding the weather being so cold and uncricketlike this week, I was just thinking to write you a few lined, to keep our criketers alive, and remind them to see that their bats were not getting mouldy, ...

    Article : 1,285 words

    The Queen ia at Windsor. Her Majesty's, birthday was celebrated at Balmoral, and a levee was held at St. James's by the Prince of Wales, on behalf of the Queen. The Prince and Princess of Wales are about to visit ...

    Article : 897 words
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    Advertising : 693 words
  11. "Chesterfield's Letter."

    Sir,—I was much pleased that your talented, but somewhat eccentric contributor, "Front de Bouf had taken notice of the bitter attack in Punch upon a gentlman whose splendid baritone voice, and brilliant ...

    Article : 336 words

    ON SATUBDAY last Mr Marks, J.P., of Goulburn, attempted self-destruction. From the nature of his injuries it was at first supposed that he would reoover; but he grew worse, and died on the following Thursday. ...

    Article : 1,252 words
  13. Prince of Wales.

    The leading (we might say, the only) temple of the drama in Sydney has, since our last, been devoted to the repetition of After Dark and the Miller and his Men, with the Ticket of Leave Man substituted for the latter on last ...

    Article : 60 words

    APPOINTMENTS.—Charles Hugh Fawcett, Esq., to be Police Magistrate for the Richmond; William Farrand, Esq., Police Magistrate at Wentworth, to be also Clerk of Petty Sessions at that place, to take effect from the 10th June last; Mr William Eldridge ...

    Article : 392 words



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