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Origin of Meteorites. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

. Origin of Meteorites.. Tho' prígia:of these bodies AB as . yet ' a matter,jo£-ii speculation. irTh'oy enter our atmosphere, however,iwith-a- ;volocity. so great (often ..oxcoeding twenty, milos per; second) -as %a ; make it-, certain: - that - they do not comeifromri any!; terrestrial:; source) or eyon. from- the- moon.- .fAnd, for ¡the same reason, tliey^cannot.woll ;bo, as somo have : woll!,L.lhought(;tho minuto> out riders of ithe; great familyof tlio asteroids.", f or. ¿Üion - tho 'velocity ..they have would I be .only i'the difference.ibetwöon thoií velocity,-and-oürs< It ßoems . impossible: to avoid.tho,conclusion-, that their orbits must; bo; unplanctary, . not approximately, circular; but very eccentric, liko those of compte and the ordinary:'shooting stars. It may-be as Mr. Proctor has suggested, . that some of thom, tho mderitcs especially, have been ejected from our, own or some othbr sun by somo. of those tremendous outbursts ot'solar energy which occasio...

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Love and Mischief. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

Iidve and Mischief One sonny.day Love chose to stray ... '. Adovvn'ayosy path forbidden; , V ...-, WhcreMlschiof deep'in'4imbusii lay',- V ' . Arid wat'chbd his snare neath floCvers.hldden; LÓyc, tumbling ¡ni began to shout ' "For Mischiefs aid lesHie shouli smother: " You little demon', let me out,- ' Or, I'll rbport you to our mother.", Said;Mischief, " I'll not set you free Unless you'share your"power With'me, And give of every heart you gain ., '.' ...> One-half to joy and half to pain." Love struggled, but i'n' vairi, alas I He was not born to prove'a martyr,- - Arid,'- sad to tell ! it came' to pass .-* He gave in to the little Tartar, Love flew to Venus in'a pct, . And cried,1 when he.hadvtold his;slory. " OrifQueen'of Beauty J'never let That little imp wear half my glory." The 'goddess-, with' a look sedate,; . Replied, " I cannot alter fate, But you shall conquer still, my boy,- , I'll make love's pain more sweet than joy.'

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The Poet. By the Fire-side. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

. g^j^^+M-i-t¿^fr»M- ? iinwn -mmmmtmmm-mm-mm >-'-¡0y" the Fire-side. Hoarded snugly is the harvest Close within the ample atore And-the Farmer,- by the fire-side, Sums his earnings'o'er and o'er. " "-Fierce without tue wind, is moaning,-' " Through the vale and o'er the hill ; .". For December's dark and stormy,' ' "".'And its breath is passing- chill; ' y.The Farmer by the fire-side sittin'gi -1 Pictures"in the leaping" flame How his gi0uhd: was tilled and planted, " How he'tl.reap his- growing fame. '.''_Kcsting'on His,face the fire-light. ... " Shines, with warm and red'nirrg glow,'"^ While-the old clock in the corner, " "Marks the moments loud'¿nd slow. - _ Wrapt in visions sleep b'ertakes him," * For his eye-lids drooping fall, . And his giant shadow mimicks,' " :- His nodding on the parlor wall. ' ; Thus the years drifting onward, . " On Ids brow trace marks bf lime ; V Leading .to ahbtherharvest, ."' Yet tb reap in better clime, .;-Sq when-life's long summer's-o'er ; \_XAr...

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CHAPTER V. A CAUCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

: CHAPTER V. ' '; .' ' A CACTOS.' i About tho aanjo timo.,that tho Skjmfiri Ministry ,wero holding their dying meeting, and Miss .Lydia -was torturiag Sister Katie, tho Opposition' room of the Parliament Houses werb crowded with a number of . malcontents who had made up. their mind to oust MT Skimfin and his follower^. Tho prowJ wàâ" certainly a most hoterpgenous !qno, being composed of all kinds of men, Holding every description of opinion 'and only .unanimous in'one, that Skimfin , had had his day and ought togo tho way of all political flesh. There were, it is true, a few good, earnest" mon there, of'.liberal mind, who-had supported Mr Skimfin while bo had followed thc plain coursa bf duty, but who had; after bearing with1 him for years found out that ho was a 'humbug and a traitor,- upon-which thoy at once withdrew from his rtllianeo. Hut a much larger number was made up bf m-jn who knew | of no other ambition than the Treasury bcrk-hjs, and who if not in tho Ministry o ?'I tho ...

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The Sturpteller. THE NEMESIS OF CRIME. CHAPTER IV. A TRIFLING CLUE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

OÍ:'i THE NEMESIS OF " ¿ V 'CRIME.-;;;:///;';; ,. . BY YOUNO AUSTRALIA; - .CHAPTER IV.- '?:.[ . . .. '?>?? ATRIFLINÖ-CLUE... I . .-; . - How. 'long' our ytórüíy:' friend Mr.' SnUE/,roWid6d ina,onsjblp;; hö' was novel" able, to, toll, qr'(wh'ttt'wus'-jdono to^hiinin* tbç ^interim.;; Ilia; first 'sensation- was oxtrcmb coldj'aS if lié were'; being 'gently' fjozeiri^ M'ort's Patent Freezing PrbcoHs; Hôr)tliougUt ai fiVat' that lio'hhd^nivwarily sat".near tho. door -of tho li'e'gislatnro - Chamiier; right iii' ono of? the' draughts whiçli at ono time used' to pervade it.- : Opening his 'eyes however, Mr.-'Sriifr/ bü-; , damV.painfully ? conscious o l' the fact that ho lay on hisback, fronting tho blue ox-' jiaùsc'of.TIeàvCjU, and thutMnstcad of * sit ting on 'tiio .comfortable bondi wkhro bo had fi'xou himself in tho House", ' luy was rocliiiing1 in' 'some vile -gutter.- . Then theV^ciymc back'tö hw' mind !thb; Btirange circiiiTÎstàhccs of'tho poBt' night, i 'Horror _| seijspcl ímon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

For Salo or Siro. THEvSGREW...STEAMER-.cfc LISMORE," 8-Horse " Power." /'Can be seen ander STEAM. Apply-to: SO" _ - - . ROHERT^MACKENZTE. Lismore, April37th: > .-. ¡ .-<- »'. r- . : . 2SrO TKI C E TN oonsenueno« of tjiq-^ierious illness/of Mr. P. j fir a:-.d SHOE BU BlNESS.-wiU be .eurxilpd (iu -hr-JU*. T. ;HART,, of Casino, who rospocffully S.»!iv;its"'a Continu^ aiu-e of Favors. CARPENTER ./AND. JOIÄ^ MOLESWORTH - STREET?)^ f 'ÏÎSMtlRli!.';'.^ {j^> WORTCSHOP^InylMk..D ALL IONÊÏ3 ; OFÎ^TÏÏÏÏ^TÛiÎE ..MADE 'and REPAIRED,'.' PICfrtTRES:'. FßAMED, and FRENCÜ-POLISIÍING DONE, AT ! VERY REASONABLE PRICES. \ NEW Ü'ÖDPERAGE. JB. MOOROROFTO^spectfully informs the . Inliabitants-of-lisinoVe aud-the.surroimd ing District, . that .- l/eNhas- just OPENED a COOPERAGE . in-ÄVOOÖLARK STREET, and while payiiig Mtfiatattention- to all 'Orders entrusted; to* him, mil bo able to Supply ull hinds of COOPERING at 'less tlian Sydney Priées., ; :V! ; ? ;.- r ?.. ? ? ...x British and Forei...

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New Fruits. THE APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

' Keir Fruits» ? ., THE APPLE. ?1-IT is hardlynecessary,' fdr. ns'to sound ' tb "profies'. *af-.' tâis.'.y^-jkiwTO.' and wholesöiu finît, which every person ' likes, brit ' lookin at thkiarge sums sent'out of ' this and otb.« jfistri'cts' annually, fdr Apples, and the fane "piicesjthey-comrnandj it -. is tu wonder .that s little lins been doiie towards their introdui \t|pn;.y;Passings over the ;English ."^arietiei ?'"very'few of which do well in these wan climates,;; wa' .have pleasure, in reccromendin tho following South--American Sorts, whic -have-done well, in Queensland, and wit o'lroper cultivation, ;' should do well hero : *'. ' Niiw " AMEiiioÀîi. AprLES. - America Slimmer, Pearmain- A , rich .highly-flavore j.fi'nit, [ ¡treé'[vigorous,/ fruit of :[. medium siz« £"ó%long,' skin red, . spotted, with yellow in th K-sháde,r ,but streaked ; with livelier, red am . yellow on the .sunny side, flesh yelkrw . remarkably, tender, ...with a rich and .pleasau jiflavorV' mid: often . burs...

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Original Poetry. THE "PLATYPUS." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

__,w".Í Dirtjjiifj,^ poetry. " ^ ?';?*! Our Ctiptriîn ii ii s-i:lo'r göoid,; - ? . ? -As ever sidled-tlwara;- - .Brow high, ib!owlo*r," it's all tho samo Tu tho ga'lanfc- Jack Magee. His reiidv smile.-and cheery voico, Witha "come lads lend a hand;" ' Hings "ont aa clear when tho storm roars loud, ? ? . ? As when tho sea ia calm. The wind is blowing half a gale, ."With a heavy,rolling sea; - -,Tho Richmond Heads lie West-north-west, Just throe points en our lee. ' , 'What, ho I my Inda,-'aloft then, ' What haye .wei now in. sight ?" .".No channel,'Captain, can I see, . ' 'The har is'tumbling white.". Tho gale cömes ou from east apace, Tho.sea rls mountains high, ; Bold Jaijk Just casts ono look around, ' P"sol*fe is in his eye. '" Starboard yoi-r holm quick ¿ny Ia ls, jFuH'speed afijad,'' cries he, .. . - " "i'll crocs it Oiorfh the breakers roar, Or I'm not-Jack Magee. " . ? . fOn, on, we dash thro' the boiling foam, ''-Blanched faces round'wo see, . ..--i ? : While a cheery " stra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

,-"-,.. ^yiOB-PBEBroEiJT-I";,Ja.jlGUJbLEY.J-EsqV. ;CoMHTÍTEB-^McM<ri<.¡ N. I OBOOOH,;' J. ..SCHBn.EB, ,.,:.(,.( ,.R..G.,,BAIÏIEB,-G. Cote,,S.,SHAN£ET,:THOS. ; ,,MÄB5n, Jpa» HAtovtNO,. B. SCHEILBB, ALEX. "r'-' " XrfrsósTÓXK,' .GconoB 'JA.BVI8, Ji' LJ ' VBB'PEB; ?^'H. 'VXNBEilVV'AllDEN; 'J. 'ITIKB, F.'' H. BUN ir' BOOTET.'I MoFADDlOÍ^C.RoBSOSÍ.'. . : . A.^ SECBETXBIKB 'AN»' TBEASTOEÉÍ- Messrs.' .ALEXÁN DEB! J.< SIMPSON and JEFFREY GRUIE: i ; . rnnHE THIRD . ANNUAL -, EXHIBITION: will J- bo hold at Oie TEMPERANCEj HALL and ^joiarajj:ß j^UJJD^tf CASINO, pá'"\; ,...' ' . '3S^V' 'ENTRIKS;WILL;JpLOSE' ON ,SATURT -.- ' 'DAY, .Í2TH'; MAY; ?.'<'. v;' .>?. ?,! ' ? S?Í2Í¡©¿LE;-;-|OF -; PRIZES. ? *'!. ; SECTION i.-COLONIAL BRED BLOOD .. "?.". ,;. ? STALLIONS: ' J '' :! '.. ' 'CL&ÍS.' ' '. '"" '..' ' 'V'» "'' ' ' ';' I'llIZE. ^ . ,<>;:.? ;..'.'.-' :('-t'. .;. . " ......£.. a.'. d: ?!.f!Í.''¿ií ycnrs añil oyeriFirstprize1: ?.- ; ...

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A Prosperous Colony. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

A Prosperous Colony. OP all ' the 'Australian colonies New South Wales has of late made thc moat surprising advance' in. general prosperity, and sucha Budget as that which hus Just ' boerï ' put forward by the Treasury^ 'wos'probábly never before; exhibited as , the ' account of the revenue à nd expenditure .of an ; equal number of peopled V " 'The total population '. of New South' Wales'at' the ' present time' scarcely exceeds 000,000, . or' little ' more thaii «the population óf ' Manchester and" Salford ;' but tlie 'revenue for 1876 ' amounted to £5^000,000;1 and' there' is a surplus in liaiid of nearly .£1,700,000,. The entire'debt of the' colony does not, exceed ".£11,000,000,' which 'has beeii almost' wholly' incurred for the'córistructión of 'railways' and other public' works, and tho interest upon ii is, sq far as I cari ' he ascertained^ under '£600,000.' .It is I not' very long since New' South Wales' was regarded'. as the' .' " Sleepy, Hollow " of Aus tralasia. '.' Therè ...

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A Remarkable Will Case. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

A Remarkable Will Case. THE great Hancock will case (says the   Sydney correspondent of the 'Telegraph') terminated last week. This is one of the most remarkable cases that has occured in the colonies. Some of your readers may remember an old square tower, a little back from the street, nearly opposite the Redfern     Railway station. It belongs to the old Sydney, and is often pointed out as a relic of the old times. In that tower lived Robert Hancock, a very rich and very eccentric     old man. He lived, the life of extreme impurity.   Well, he died a short time ago, and a will was found among his papers, leaving one   half of his property to a Mrs. Hinksman, a former mistress of Hancock's ; one-third to her son, George Hinksman ; and one-fourth to Mary Payne, also a former mistress.   Hancock died in February, 1876, but in the following April a, man named Marshall  ...

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The Poet. The Herons of Elmwood. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

- The Herons of Elm- wood; ;;A ..^Varm and still is the Summer night,..>.~. As here by the river's brink I wander White overhead are the stars, and white E ;>The glimmering lamps on the; hillsid ' . .yonder.' :;;-., ;.:' .. Silent an: all the sounds of day ;. . Nothing I hear but the chirp of cricket Aiidtheciy of the herons winging theirwa -. 'O'er the poet's house' in' the. Elmwoo ...thickets;. ' ;;..'";» ? Cali to him, herons, as slowly you pass To'your-.roosts.;m the haunts of thi :., -.." exiled thrushes ;"' ,7 ' ëihg hlni the song of the green móráss, .; And the" tide's thai water the reeds ant ' ^":;f. rushes;.:, , '". "; . .;.'.. ; èing hird the mystical song of thé . heron And the secret that baffles our utmost ..:£-i'seeKingi;. .. .. ?--¿'.¿.'" For only a sound of-latnent we discern: . . jg And cannot interpret the words you arc speaking.... ... ..; ] ? V'. « Sihg'of the air,-and tile wild delight:-. l'~Of-' wings 1 that ' uplift and winds .that , . uphold you, The j...

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Poof Charlotta. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Poof Charlotta. Fr&m Brussels -We receive Bad ; intelH gence ' in regárd, to tho. poor Empress Karlotta. Dr. Blatkens; who hhs been at the-kead of insano asylums for.many years;' and through -whose judicious ?management thousands have been .saved : from mental death) prondtiUcea the - Em . press incurable» Her. folly ls strange; She rofdses to believe in the exÍBtenco of (hose around her, wliilstj on the-other iand, she imagines a world of her . own, with" which she livoSj talks, and . enjoys .herself. To those actually surrounding . her she never apeaksi ! She .imagines hor ' self Empress of Mexico, , and'.Maximilian ia, to her mimi j absent only for a. short ? timei; Her health is good, and her beauty augmented j 'by this strange',- Unnatural tranquility bf mind/ >? Every thing; is... done - - to confirm thi8,:even tb having, a -singla example of the'" Gotha Almanac 'Apub .Habed; .for-íheff! in .which,; the < Imperial Court of Mexico holds its place, quito as...

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Latest Commercial. BY TELEGRAM SYDNEY, Friday, May 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Latest Commercial» - ? . SYDNEY, IWday, May 4tli. MESSES. IL PRIESTLY and Co. report ?. that maize was Bolling this day at Ss 6d . .?? per bushel} eggs, ls 8d por aozon j fowls, *. Ss 9d per pail1; ducks, 3s 4d poi' pair; Won, 10d pel* lb. ; butter, ls 4d per lb. ;' cheese, lOd per lb. ; potatoes,- 6s por v' cwt".'". ??? .... -, . r^

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Gardening Calendar for May. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Gardening Calendar for May. ' ORCHARD.-^Plant out Orango Trees, Limes, Cumquats, Citrons, Lemons, Peaches Pears, Apples, Almonds, Figs, Quinces, . in fact, all kindB of fruit trees can bo plantod this month. FIELD.-Sow Lucerne and Oats for hay i crop, and-Wheat and Barley for grain crop ; ' talco up Ginger and Arrowroot. KITCHEN GARDEN. - Continue to .'plant out Cabbage, . Lettuce, Eschalots, " -Onions, Lettuce, Radish, Cress,. &c. AU . kinds of Vegetable Seeds may still be . sown, the same as last month. - ; FLOWER GARDEN.-Continue to plant ' all kinds of flowering plants and ornamental ?- trees, bulbs, &o.

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Select Poetry. BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

?Select Poetry. BE OAKSFUL WHAT YOU SAY. ls speaking of a person's faults,. . Pray don't forgot your own ; - Remember those with homes of glass . Should séldOm'throw k stone. ' If we have nothing e^e to do ? ? ? But talk of those who sin; ~ - ' 'Tis better we'commence at home, .And from"that point begin. . We have no right to judge a man . Until he's fairly tried : : Should we not like his company ? We know the world is wide. - ?- r Some may have faults-and who have not ? '. : ? - The old as well as young ; Perhaps wc may, for aught we know, Havo fifty to their one. I'll tell you of a better plan, ... And one that works full well ; I try my own defects to cure, i . Ere I of others' tell. " And though I sometimes hope to be No worse than some I know, . My own shortcomings make mo let Thc faults of others go. Then let us all, when we commence To slander friend or foe, Think of the harm ono word may do To those who little know. w i Remember curses, somotime», like ' Our chickons,." roo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

NOTICE, ?VXTHEREAS Persons tire in the habit of VV- going through my PADDOCK on the RIDGES, and leaving thu Slip Rails down.. Notice is hereby given, that any Person oí Persons founóyTresnrfssing lifter this dato will bo Prosecuted aetipraiiig-as tho Law directs. BESt^GE CLANCY, ' Woodlawn. May 5th ,"1877. 3&*or Sale ot Hire. mHE SCREW STEAMER "LISMORE," g 8-Horso Bftxgr. Cnn be seen under STEAM. Apply to/" ROBERT MACKENisrtí. , Lismoro, Ai>riI57th.. " J\ FOX, * CARPENTER AND ÍOÍNER, MOLESWORTH STU E ET, XiïsWoJR.Iî3. Kt» WORKSHOP^WMB. DEAN'S YARD ALL KINDS OP rTJUNITUItE MADE «iud REPAIRED, PICTURES FRAMED, and FRENCH-POLISHING DONE, AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES. . NOTICE. JOHN GODFREY, desires herewith td convoy his most sincoro THANKS und GRATI- TUDE to the people of Gundurimba and Wyrallahi for their sympathy and exortions in the recovoj^rnud tho interment of tho body of his late sonT^wlSDRGE ; moi-eovor he would thankfully aeltnowlciTgo tho. vahmblo sorvices rendered by...

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Colonial Debts and Colonial Assets. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

; Colonial Debts and Colonial Assets. THß ' Morning ÍW; ' of Jánüary 9th cöiitdins a report of the proprietors of the Union Bank of Australia. The chair was occupied by Mr.' R. Campbell, and in moving the adoption of the report, the Chairman spoke as follows ! The chairman said the directors had much pleasure in meeting them on this, the fortieth year of the bank's existence. The statement and accounts he thought they would, on the whole, consider satisfactory) inasmuch as bvery bhd.and doubtful debt had been amply pi-ovided for by the accounts committee who' had gone through tho. whole assets of the bailie: from beginning to end. Few persons were aware of tho magnitude and soundness of resources of tho Australian and New Zealand colonies, and in. the absence of any topic of interest, he would make a few re- marks and quote a few statistics for . the purpose of- showing the solid basis on which their bank rested. Tho total tindo of the Australian and Now . Zealand colonies amounted ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

nail, i -¿__--'. SHIPPING NEWS. * '; ¿VI S M O K> 33'. ARRIVALS. . . April 23.-Platypus, s., 2Ó0 tons. Captain Magno, from Sydney. Passengers - Miss Allingham, Master Green, Messrs. A. Girard, 'Glasgow, Campbell, Gollan, Williams, Solfo, .Freeman, Proctor, Allingham, Nolan, Groon, ¿nd 2 in tbe steerage. Tho Platypus cleared Sydney Heads with the " Kirribilli," s., in tow, ' / at 7;'p.m.,' on the '25th April,, towed her into BrokeruBay at 9-45 p.m., and loft herjhoro in consequence of, her leaky condition, at 10*30 Sin. proceeded oh the passage, arrived off tho ichmond Bar at noon, on the 27th, crossed at -" -4 p.m., on the same day. Experienced westerly winds and fine weather throughout. April 29. - Amphitrite, Schocher, from í-Sydney. : :? April 30-Jabberwbck, a., from Sydney. ' . ;' * DEPARTURES. ..... April 28.-Lavina, schooner, for Sydney. ! ,April 30.-Platypus, a., for Sydney. May 1.-Jabborwook, s., for êydn'ey» ... » May 2.-Saucy Jack, .schooner, for, Sydnoy. May 4. - Bonni...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) Sydney, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

. ? ; LATEST TELEGRAMS. *'- {From thc A'miinh'nn Jsshciated Trêh.) Sydüey, May 4. ' Tho Estimates tabled in the Assembly oh .^"Wednesday, aie tho samo US those of .the .Jato Government, "with the exception'of, a. ....réduction of £67,000 in the Public Lands Department. Mr. Piddington, iii hw financial statement '.estimates tho accumulated surplus at the mid V of the present year, at two 'ihilUon five , .; and twenty thousand pounds. Several items in the Estimate^ wero passed 'Aiiniltered. 'There was a'warm debate on tho Volunteer vote. ; Arrangements aro completed for a match, for £200 a side, between Trickett and Rush for the Championship of tho World, on tho "' 30th Juno. ' ' . -.Tho weather continues stormy, and - the flood« on the liawkesbury havo subsided. ,-... - Tho Premier is still confined to his be.!, f iiMaizc, firm, at 3s 6d to 3s 9d>

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