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  2. LOCAL NEWS.

    MONEY AND CITY ARTICLE.—His Excellency on opening the Parliament the other day warmly congratulated us (not Bell's Life in particular) on the flourishing condition" of our finances. This cheering ...

    Article : 3,591 words
  3. AQUATICS.

    RACE BETWEEN H. M. S. BOATS IN HARBOUR—Although we had not received any not ce of this race we felt it our duty, as faithful chronicles of all sporting events, to ascertain the result. Had the public been advised of the ...

    Article : 664 words
  4. SPORTING REVIEWER. RACES TO COME.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 78 words
  5. Parliamentary Summary.

    In consequence of the hubbub created by Mr Parkes by his " tea and sugar" motion, the ministers resigned, and rumour was rife as to who were to succeed to the [?]nt pinces. However, it was found impracticable to ...

    Article : 1,374 words
  6. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    ASMITTANCES RECEIVED from T. H. C., Taralad; J. K. Windsor; r. J., Carcoar; N. R., Wellington; E. L., Appln; W. T., Namoi; W. T. Richmond; and from Port Macquarle, Parramatta, Adelong and Sofala Agents. ...

    Article : 144 words
  7. BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY.

    IF we are entitled to judge of Responsible Government by its first fruits, we candidly confess that we see no sufficient cause to sing IO POEAN, or to illuminate in gratitude for the blessings ...

    Article : 1,573 words
  8. THE TURF.

    GLANCING over our colonial exchanges in the early part of the week, our attention was attracted by the paragraph of which we subjoin a copy in the Tasmanian " Bell's Life" of the 30th ult.: — ...

    Article : 922 words
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    DEATH OF BROWN THE CKICKETER.—It is our painful duty to record the death of Mr William Brown who has been long well known and esteemed in this city. Mr Brown enjoyed the reputation of being a most charitable ...

    Article : 214 words
  10. Result of The War.

    As we anticipated, and prognosticated some weeks since, this much vaunted " War of Italian Freedom" has ended as it commenced—in smoke; and degraded Italy is just as far from enjoying the ...

    Article : 518 words
  11. LATEST FROM VICTORIA.

    Strop continues first favourite—100 to 30, but scarcely so eagerly taken. Flatcatclier is now third favourite. Miss Rowe and Io are enquired for, and their galloping on new training ground shows they are in capital trim. ...

    Article : 68 words
  12. THEATRICALS. PRICE OF WALES.

    On Monday evening Mr G. V. Brooke was most warmly greeted on his appearance, and the enthusiasm of a crowded audience prolonged for some considerable time. The play chosen for the occasion was Othello, in ...

    Article : 300 words
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    OPERATIC PERFORMANCE.—This afternoon one of the greatest treats of the season will take place. Mr Poole's powerful Operatic Company will go through a series of performances the most agre[?] treat being thus ...

    Article : 41 words
  14. APPALLING SHIPWRECK.

    On Friday evening as the "Cocksure" Government yact was [?] in Windoing Bay, a sudden and unlooked for squall came on, driving the yacht on to the tea and Sugar rocks near parkess Point when dreadful to ...

    Article : 346 words
  15. ROYAL VICTORIA,

    This establishment has been closed during the past week, underg[?]ing very extensive alterations. Mr Samuel Colville is entirely re decorating the theatre, by which an air of lightness and elegance will for the future pervade ...

    Article : 276 words
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    WAGGA WAGGA SPORTING.—The match between-Peter Simple and stranger is " off," the la ter having paid forfeit. We have been informed that Stranger is turned out to grass, and will not show at the approaching races. ...

    Article : 352 words
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    PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING. — Apart from any feeling which, we may privately entertain touching the present aspect of affairs, we desire to be enlightened on the subjoined passage which we find reported in the ...

    Article : 260 words
  18. LYCEUM THEATRE

    Professor Bushell maintains his popularity at this establishment, having on each evening of the week attracted good audience Such of our frieds as have not already visited the Lyceum will do well to drop in this evening ...

    Article : 48 words
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