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  2. AQUATICS.

    W. HICKEY.—A meeting of the friends of W. Hickey, was held at Mr Watt's Newmarket Hotel, Newcastle, on Monday evening last, when two challenges were issued by the Brothers Hickey, and published in ...

    Article : 1,353 words
  3. Miss Lucy Chambers.

    ON her depature from her native city and scene of her recent vocal triumphs, a few passing notes of the professional career of this highly gifted and much esteemed Australianne will not prove unintersting to her many ...

    Article : 1,896 words
  4. Balmain Regatta.

    Another old Regatta Committee Man has attempted a reply to my letter of last Saturday, but whatever his intentions may have been, the rambling and evasive rigmarole he has put forth leads me to believe, that ...

    Article : 334 words
  5. Commercial Intelligence.

    MORT AND CO'S. Report:Hides: There was a larger attendance of buyers than usual at the sales this morning, owing to an increased demand for export Prices shew considerable improvement on those rccently quoted for heavy hides, Light were in ...

    Article : 709 words
  6. The Tars of Old England.

    Dear Bell.—Oberving in your last issue, that with [?]characteristic solicitude for the sporting interests of the colony, you duly signalled a pulling match to come of on Wednesday, between the "Jolly Kacks" of the ...

    Article : 382 words
  7. THEATRICALS.

    The opportunity afforded by Mr Lyster last Saturday to the lovera of muaic by a grand afternoon performance in the large Hall of the University was amply availed of by a highly fashionable and intellectual audience. It ...

    Article : 530 words
  8. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,320 words
  9. University Utility.

    "A Grand Musical Festival—A Matinee Musicale, in the Great Hall of the University of Sydney." Such was the announcement made in newspaper advertisements and proclaimed by staring many-coloured posters on the ...

    Article : 665 words
  10. Railway Retrenchment.

    [?] a prudence and judgment much to be commended [?] Minister for Works has undertaken the difficult [?] of practically introducing retrrnchment into the [?] Department. To accomplish so desirable an ...

    Article : 572 words
  11. The Late Opera Season.

    The operatic season just closed is remarkable as introduoing, for the first time, to a Sydney audience, a complete corps of Itailan artistes, and afferding the lovers of music an opportunity of hearing the works of ...

    Article : 587 words
  12. The Spirit of the Week.

    A cathedral in about to be erected at Armidable from deaigns bp Hr J. H. Hunt, architect. A fine organ built by Jackson of Newtown, and placed in the St. James,s school-room, Castlereagh-street ...

    Article : 758 words
  13. "Our Girls—Where are they?"

    [?]known familles the other side of the mountains that [?]many days in want of female servamds.—Lord Belmore's [?]it a public meeting, May 9. [?]known many females who have had to sell their virtue ...

    Article : 1,094 words
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