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  2. TELEGRAMS.

    A deputation to-day waited upon the postmaater-General, from the Friendly Societies, asking exemption from the postal and stamp duties. The Postmaster-General said he was ...

    Article : 75 words
  3. MASONIC INSTALLATION.

    THE installation of the Right Worshipful Master and officers of Lodge United St. Andrew, No. 502, S. C., Singleton, for the ensuing year took place on Wednesday ...

    Article : 1,735 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 37 words
  5. JERRY'S PLAINS.

    NEW STORE.—The Exchange Store, the property of Mr J. Church, after being so long empty, has a last found a tenant in Mr J. Cavanough. Rumour concerning the are to ...

    Article : 107 words
  6. LOCAL AND GENERAL.

    No conditional purchases or leases were taken up at the Lands Office on Thursday. Two Italians were arrested in Melbourne the other day whilst attempting to pass a ...

    Article : 1,786 words
  7. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I," "Be just and fear not." The Singleton Argus.

    SIR HENRY PARKES, it is semi-officially announced, has decided to himself undertake the work of presiding over the Lands Department, pending the official ...

    Article : 971 words
  8. SUNDAY SELLING.

    A publican was to-day fined £10 or three months, for Sunday selling. ...

    Article : 17 words
  9. SIDNEY NOTES.

    The session of failure and disappointment came to a close on Tuesday last, with all the pomp and ceremony attendant on such occasions. The Governor's speech contained ...

    Article : 147 words
  10. PROSPECT RESERVIOR.

    Sensational rumours are again af[?] reference to the Prospect dam, and its destruction is said to be imminent. Fifty [?] in width has been washed away. ...

    Article : 31 words
  11. SUICIDE.

    A young man, named Edward Jackson, [?] barman at Buddock's Haymarket Hotel Hay-street, cut his throat to-day with a razor whilst on his knees in front of a ...

    Article : 32 words
  12. EMBEZZLEMENT.

    A clerk, named Thomas Bailey, was romanced to-day on a charge of ember[?] certain monies of his employers, Me[?] Wright, Heaton and Co. ...

    Article : 25 words
  13. DEPRESSED LABOUR MARKETS.

    The barque Primera has arrived at New castle, from Freemantle, with 27 passengers, who have had to leave that place through the depressed state of the labor market there. ...

    Article : 31 words
  14. THE MOUNT RENNIE CRIMINALS.

    The supporters of the Government—who, by the way, are not few—must view with sorrow the part the Minister for Justice has played in dealing with those individuals now ...

    Article : 469 words
  15. A MARBLE BUST.

    Sir John Robertson has been pre[?] with a marble bust, which has been subscribed for by a few members of the Civil Service, as a token of esteem. The ...

    Article : 54 words
  16. THE RULING PASSION IN JACKSON.

    A REMARKABLE instance of the stern determination of Jackson, the fugitive, was shown upon the night of his mysterious departure. He bad, it appears, arranged with an Italian ...

    Article : 211 words
  17. BUSH FIRES.

    Bush fires in the Wollongong District have done enormous damage. Thousands of acres of grass having been consumed, and fencing, timber, and outbuildings destroyed ...

    Article : 29 words
  18. BRISBANE.

    Frank Gordon, alias Dr Lamb, alias M[?] light, a notorious Sydney criminal wh[?] served 20 years for shooting a constable, and who a year ago was sentenced to a year's ...

    Article : 73 words
  19. MELBOURNE.

    Theodore Hanson, seaman on board [?] Lucania, was charged at Port Melbourne Police Court yesterday with the murder of Hugh M'Kinnon, on the high [?] ...

    Article : 52 words
  20. ATTEMPT TO ROB A BANK

    AN attempt was made to rob the Bank of North Queensland at 2 o'clock this morning. The clerk, who was sleeping on the premises, was awakened on hearing the burglar, who ...

    Article : 74 words
  21. BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.

    A MEETING of the committed of the S. and P. P. Benevolent Asylum was held at the Oddfellows Hall last evening. There were present: Messrs W. Burnett (in the chair), ...

    Article : 649 words
  22. CABLEGRAMS.

    In consequence of the Boers invading the Khamm's territory, with whom they had severe engagement, the Imperial Government have Instructed Sir Hercules Robinson, [?] ...

    Article : 52 words
  23. READINGS AND MUSIC.

    THIS week's contribution to the series of winter entertainments, which have dose so much to bring together the Mechanics Institute and the general public was in no ...

    Article : 486 words
  24. THE ORANGE CROWD.

    Mr M'Elhone going to resign! Why, the very thought is sufficient to make us demand a public holiday to commemorate the event, During the last session this gentleman has ...

    Article : 393 words
  25. OBJECTING TO SELF-GOVERNMENT.

    The members of the Methodist body is Ireland have prepared a memorial against any system of self-government being [?] to that country, ...

    Article : 24 words
  26. MASONIC.

    At a meeting of Mark Master Masons yesterday, a warrant was read from H.R.H. the Prince of Wales appointing Mr. No[?] Selfe Provincial Grand Master. ...

    Article : 28 words
  27. LIBEL ACTION.

    The agents of the Otago Deck T[?] threaten to proceed against Mr B. Campb[?] M.L.C. of New Zealand, for libel for his warning to investors, published in the London ...

    Article : 38 words
  28. GOLDEN WEDDING.

    Mr and Mrs Gladstone celebrated th[?] golden wedding yesterday, when they and the recipients of numerous address [?] valuable presents. ...

    Article : 24 words
  29. NOTES ON CURRENT EVENT.

    The New Zealand House of Representatives has rejected the proposal to increase the minimum school age sin years. ...

    Article : 199 words
  30. THE ABUSE OF PRIVILEGES.

    The Parliament of New South Wales has no doubt become notorious, and among the list of characters in which it excels, is the abuse of privilege. It is appalling to think ...

    Article : 179 words
  31. THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The match against Cambridge University (past and present) was continued to-day, when the Australians. who had on Monday lost two wickets for 74 ...

    Article : 120 words
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