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  2. MONTHLY SUMMARY OF NEWS PER R.M.S. MADRAS.

    ALTHOUGH the New South Wales Parlaiament is not in [?] there has been considerable political excitement during the past month, consequent maily on the extraordinary conduct of the Ministry in connection with a ...

    Article : 1,885 words
  3. GOLD FIELDS.

    In our last summary we referred to effects which the late heavy rains had had on the various gold-fields, north and south. Since then there has been but little intelligence of the proceedings or progress of these dig ...

    Article : 1,460 words
  4. RELIGIOUS.

    The second anniversary of the pastorate of the Rev. Dr. Steel, of the Free Church, Macqucrie-street, was celebrated on the 21st July, by a tea meeting in the Temperance Hall. The Hon. S. D. Gordon, M.L.C., ...

    Article : 1,023 words
  5. MISCELLANEOUS.

    THE weather in Sydney, during the past week, has been remarkably fine. Telegrams received from the Northern districts, up to Thursday; report the receding of the flood waters, ...

    Article : 904 words
  6. For the Week ending August 6.

    The weather during the week has been fine, but there are indications of an early change. The new Commission of the Peace has been again one of the principal topics of discussion, and is almost ...

    Article : 1,472 words
  7. MUSCI AND THE DRAMA.

    The last concert of the season of the Philharmonic Society too place at the Freemasons' Hall, on Wednesday evening, the 3rd instant. The programme was of great variety and excellence, including chruse from, "St. ...

    Article : 865 words
  8. For the Week ending July 30.

    Since Wednesday morning last the city has been quite alive from the issue of the new Commission of the Peace. About six hundred J.P.'s have been struck off, and about sixty new names added. ...

    Article : 1,132 words
  9. THE WEATHER AND THE FARMERS.

    I We have again experienced heavy rains, which, although not amounting to what is usually called a flood, have had the effect of preventing the draining off from the inundated lands of much of the surplus waters; and ...

    Article : 532 words
  10. PUBLIC WORKS.

    The followiog is a resume of the prgress of public works since last mail:- The works on the Western line of railway, from the river Nepean to Blackhealth, are progressing favourably, ...

    Article : 851 words
  11. NEW ZEALAND.

    No events of any marked importance have occurred in the course of the war since the departure of the July mail. The attitude of the Macris proves that the victory in Taurangs, since spoken of as the battle of Montea. ...

    Article : 250 words
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