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  5. U.A.O.D.

    The quarterly meeting of the Orange Grove Lodge, No. 259, U.A.O.D., was held on Tuesday. The election and installation, of officers took place for the ensuing term ...

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  6. N. S. WALES LANCERS ABROAD.

    On Sept. 10, the Squadron were the guests of Lord Rosebery. At 7.30 a.m. 73 men fell in and marched to the Aldershot station, where they caught the 8.5 train ...

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  7. HISTORY OF PARRAMATTA & DISTRICT.

    On the 18th May, 1792, nearly twenty natives stripped one of the settlers' huts behind Government House. They left the hut dressed in Euporean clothing and took ...

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  8. Brother Claudius.

    Brother Claudius, writing to a Parramatta friend, from Suva, on September 27, states that he arrived there after a splendid run of six days. He had 26 fellow ...

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  9. Inhuman System of Labour in May, 1792.

    The following account of the hours of labour and inhuman system of working the prisoners in Parramatta, and notably at Toongabbie, is taken from the journal of a ...

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  10. Smithfield and Fairfield Council.

    The Council met on Wednesday. Present: The Mayor, Alderman. Paine, Critchley, Anthony, Stinison, Downey and Hollier. ...

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  11. King's Birthday, 1792.

    His Majesty's Birthday (June 4th, 1792), was observed as a general holiday and half a pint of run was issued to each person of the civil and military department, while ...

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  12. Horrible Revelations of Starving and Death.

    Captain Thompson also records in May, 1792, "In short, all the necessary conveniences of life, they are strangers to and suffer everything they could in their dread ...

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  13. Barrington's Life in Our District.

    Barrington's first scene of labour was at the Governor's model farm at Toongabbie, where he was first placed as a subordinate and afterwards as principal watchman, in ...

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  14. Rydalmere.

    LOCAL BENEVOLENCE.—It has been decided to appoint a provisional committee to further advance the project of the formation of a Benevolent Society. The Carr aid ...

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  15. George Barrington, the Prince of Pickpockets.

    Early in January, 1792, the renowned "Prince of Thieves and Pickpockets," George Barrington, became domiciled in our district, and for ten years took an ...

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  16. IN THE ORCHARDS.

    Mr. T. Brien brought in this week some fine samples of Valentia orange. They are just now ripening and will easily bring 15s per case. Yet the growers have not taken ...

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  17. Thornleigh.

    A SPITEFUL ACT.—During the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Latham on Monday at the Railway Employees picnic Botany, some evilly disposed miscreant visited their ...

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  18. "The Argus" on Sydney.

    THE ARGUS can always be obtained at the Railway Bookstall, Redfern, every Tuesday and Friday evening. Residents on the way home about 6 o'colock should be able to obtain it at ...

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