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  2. The Sugar Industry.

    The following is a copy of a circular sent to the farmers growing cane for the Colonial Sugar Refining Company at all their miles from Homebush northwards(says the ...

    Article : 520 words
  3. The "C. and R. Examiner."

    Mr. John Osborne[?] of Sydney[?] in a letter to the Editor of the "Examiner," says that the railways, while they have not paid for the last year, have paid before. What ...

    Article : 1,694 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,918 words
  5. Clarence P. and A. Society.

    The monthly meeting of Council was held on Tuesday. Present—Messrs. T. Page (President), Bulk[?]lly, T. See, S. Doust, S. W. Daniel, G. S. Stening, A. Eggins, G. H. ...

    Article : 321 words
  6. A Marvellous Cycling Feat.

    Cycling continues to develop surprises. The latest is illustrated in the accompanying sketches. Diavolo, an Italian, from his name, comes down a steep descent at a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 206 words
  7. Scotland for the Scots.

    The Vigorous articles on the social and political decadence of Scotland which Mr. Morrison Davidson recently contributed to "Reynold's Newspaper" have just been ...

    Article : 351 words
  8. The Monroe Dootr[?]ne.

    In September, 1815, when the allied powers of Europe were assembled at Paris after the second overthrow of Napoleon; Alexander, Emperor of Russia; Francis, Emperor of Austria; and Fred ...

    Article : 1,006 words
  9. South [?]rafton Council.

    The regular meeting was held on Wednesday; present, the Mayor, A[?]d. M'Kittrick, Schwinghammer, Kearney, [?]Carlton. The Fin[?] Committee reported a ...

    Article : 177 words
  10. Robinson Crus[?]e Missed The Lobsters.

    On the tiny and remote island of J[?]an Fernandez, in the Pacfic[?] there is a great rock, on this rock there is spiked a copper tablet four feet long by two feet wide, [?]earing the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 449 words
  11. Ra[?]al Rows on the Tweed.

    The monotony of Chindera was rudely interrupted on Boxing Day by a number of kanakas coming into collision with certain whites at Mann's hotel, and what appears ...

    Article : 490 words
  12. Resignation of Ar[?]hdea[?]n Tyrrell.

    It will be with feelings of regret that the many friends and acquaintances of Archdeacon [?]Tyrrel, incumbent of St. Peter's parish, East Maitland, will learn of his ...

    Article : 455 words



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