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  2. New South Wales.

    THE storm raised in the Assembly by Sir Henry Parkes' injudicious attack on Mr. M'Elhone for his action in reference to Mr. Garrett's libel case continues to rage with unabated fury, ...

    Article : 1,832 words
  3. Brisbane Sunday School Union.

    THE annual reunion of schools connected with the Brisbane Sunday School Union is certainly the most satisfactory of the many pleasant gatherings with which the Queen's Birthday is ...

    Article : 2,250 words
  4. Q.T.C. Autumn Meeting.

    THE heavens on Friday night looked so lowering that grave apprehensions were entertained about the morrow, but during the night the wind must have changed, and Saturday broke bright ...

    Article : 5,068 words
  5. The New South Wales International Exhibition.

    ALTHOUGH the recent heavy rains interfered to some extent with building operations at the exhibition, the works were fortunately in such a forward state as to make this a matter of little ...

    Article : 1,188 words
  6. The Leader of the Opposition in Refutation.

    SIR,—I observe in your leading article of this morning two statements relating to myself which are erroneous, and which appear to be of sufficient importance to be worth correcting. ...

    Article : 387 words
  7. Transferring Kanakas.

    SIR,—In your Saturday's issue appears an advertisement that the Macknade Sugar Plantation, Herbert river, Queensland, is to be offered for sale at auction. The description of the land ...

    Article : 264 words
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