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    The Finance Committee's report (as read by Dr. Machattie) showed that the receipts for the past month were £233 13s. 4d., and the expenses £161 2s. ld.; the debit balance at the ...

    Article : 1,496 words
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    THE WEATHER.—We are still enjoying exceptionably genial weather, and although within a few days of mid-winter, no severe frosts have visited us, and as a result, after the ...

    Article : 635 words
  5. Latest Telegrams.

    The funeral of the late Constable sutherland, which took place this afternoon was largely attended by member.) of the police force who marched in procession. The premier ...

    Article : 269 words

    She is not dead for whom these tears are falling, Beside the bier We stand, and see the throbbing pulse is silent; She is not here. ...

    Article : 373 words
  7. Original Correspondence.

    Sir,—At the inquest on the late Mr. Godfrey it was given in evidence that had the long-broken railing of the bridge been repaired, at the cost of a few shillings, the terrible ...

    Article : 282 words
  8. Turf Club Races.

    President: John Meagher. Esi., J P,; Vice Presidents: Dr. Machattie, Messrs. John Lee and W. Kite; Stewards: Dr. Machattie, Messrs. Lindsay, W. Lee. G. Matthews and M. Coples; ...

    Article : 96 words

    Yesterday afternoon the Bathurst Turf Club held their June masting on tho Race Course and submitted a book of five events, all of which were competed for by good fields. The weather ...

    Article : 1,101 words
  10. The Frank Thornton Dramatic Company.

    As briefly intimated in our last issue, this company—whose London and intercolonial reputation had made their names "as familiar in the mouth as household words"—opened ...

    Article : 391 words

    Sir,—Permit me to correct a, few errors which appear in your report of my speech, Referring to "civilized savages" that sentence should rend, Free trade has no practical administration ...

    Article : 759 words
  12. Bathurst Free Press "Magna est veritas et prœvalebit." THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1889.

    PERHAPS we owe an apology to some members of the Committee of the School of Arts for venturing to remark upon their proceedings. There is a feeling in tho minds of ...

    Article : 1,318 words
  13. The " Sunday Times" and the Railway Employees.

    In a recent issue of the Sunday Times an article appeared making some damaging charges against the employees of the railway. The articles bore some such sensational headings as these— ...

    Article : 819 words
  14. Local and General.

    APPOINTMENT.—Mr. Hugh Deasy has been appointed teacher of tho Public School, Fish River. WITHDRAWN FROM TENDER.—Lot 6, 160 ...

    Article : 310 words
  15. School of Arts.

    The monthly Committee Meeting was held on Monday evening when there were present: Mr. J. Rutherford (President) in the chair, Drs. Bassett and Machattie, Rev. F. Tracey, and ...

    Article : 53 words



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