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Frightful Colliery Catastrophe. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

frightful Colliery Catuatrophe. Tho heaviest colliery accident that occur occurred in tho colony took place at Bulli on Wednesday afternoon, by an explosion of fire-damp. Somo men working out side tho pit were first mado aware of the disaster by a sudden terrific blast of hot air, strongly impregnated with gas, burst ing from the tunnel mouth and bring ing with it the body of a lad named Herbert Cope, omployed as a horse-driver. Some 400 yards inside the tunnel he was picked up unconscious but is recovering. The horse he was driving canio out and turned of his own accord having his tail aud hind quarters scorched. No other signs of life wero visible. Four men entered tho tunnel, but efore going far heard sounds of more explo sions and returned after an hour, report ing that a quuntity of rock had fallen, causing a stoppoge to ventilation. An other party proceeded and discovered the remains of a man named Felix Bowen, dismembered and disembowelled. They afterwards found six more bodi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

^ v.gpeoial^T-!iti8(BMenfe [Ail. extra oharuro of -20 por oent mado for ad ' vortisemeuts inserted in this column.] -jyj* E D I : -C A L. P. «. COKKOR, M. B., M. On., Enrxisunon ^.Untveiisity, may bo consulted at ». - a' ? Mohbs' Hotel, - Coraki, Daily ; nnd at MURRAY'S HOTBIj, .SOUTH VfOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'clock, EVERY TUESDAY. . jyj* E D I C A ii N O T I !o E. - f ?' 'lft: 'W; nr. TWiitt tiws, ' ' M. R. C. S., 'L. S. A.', London, Begs to (lunounco that he has taken, tho pi actico of Dr. Violettk, latoly of Wardoll, .and will visit WOODBURN on Mondays and BROAD WATER on Thursdays.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Wednesday. In tho Assembly yesterday, Mr. Burns, in reply to Mr. Crouch, stated that tho surveys relating , to tho improvement of tho ontrunce to tho Richmond Rivor had not yet been supplied to Sir John Coode, because they were incomplete, and re specting which and tho matter of borings the surveyor had telegraphed that he expected to finish the field work in six weeks, weather permitting. Tho river has been in fresh since January, and ho could not therefore get current observa tions. No rocks had been mot with so far, tho survey everywhere showing a bank of indurated sand fivo feot thick, at a varying depth of from 14 to 20 feet below low- water mark. Mr. Burns asked Mr. Crouch to give fresh notice of that part of the question relating to the pilot, who was affording information daily with respect to the depth of tho water on tho bar. The pilot was under the control of tho Marine Board. Mr. Burns, in roply to Mr. M'Farlano, said Sir John Coode would no doubt re...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

PlANOFOKTE TdNINO AND RErAIMNO. — Olir Mr . II. C. Cutler is now in Coraki, upon tlio usual hnlf-yoarly trip, for tho purpose of tuning nnd renovating Pianofortes, Organs. &c. Ordors loft at tho Club Houso Hotol, Coraki, will bo attended to. W. H. Paling & Co., Limited. — Adv. Sports at Maclisan.— On roforonco to our advertising columns it will bo s'cn that a variety of aquatio, ntlilotio, and other events aro announced to t.ko placo at Maoloan on Easter M onday. Land Boaud. — Sebastian Garrard Esq., J. P. , lias boon appointed a member of tlio Casiuo Land Board vioe Mr. F. G. Crouch, J.P., rcsigiiod. Thndkrs. — Tonders aro called for tho orcc tion of Post and Tologrnpli offlco nt Ballina. Tenders to bo in by tho 19th April. Land Withdrawals. — Tho following portions of land advertised for salo at Casino ou tho 30th instant, havo boen withdrawn : — Lots AU to AX, BK to BN, portions 21, 22, 45. 46, 01, 63, 65, and (?(!, parish of Kllangowan, county of Richmond. Lot AB...

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SOCIAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

socivii REFoan. Amongst the first of the measures that have come before the new Parliament, or havo been promised, are thiee that are calculated to effect a considerable reform, socially, among tue people ot JNew Soutli Wales, and at the same time afford con siderable relief each in their particular direction. The first of these is Dr. Cueed's Cromation Bill, which we .. do riot intend to discuss in . this article; another is the Divorce Extension Bill.; and the third is the announcement of Mr. Melville to move to make com pulBory education free. : It is yet much too early to deal with the last-mentioned question, considering that it is at present in only an. embryo state before the House; but that and the first-named matter we shall deal with hereafter, when the time will be more in accord with the subject. Perhaps o£ all sub jects that may be brought before the House during the season there will be none that there will bo less unanimity about than the Divorce Extension Bill, and t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Fairfield Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

Fairfield doldfleld. Tub Fairfield correspondent of the Tenterfield Stab writes : — During the past few days the Red Rock, at Crooked Creek, has come to the front with a rush, tlie pmty to .wh.im the. pick of the olaims on the hill was under offer not closing for them. When it became known that , through unforeseen circumstances he could not arrive in time, there was considerable excitement and competition on the part of several who were desirous to get an interest in the claims on the Rock. One shareholder Bold his interest three times over, but the great bulk of the leases hive been seoured by the gentleman who represents the syndicate who bought Mount Pleasant, subject to 5 per . cont doposit on the' purchase money for a fortnight and the balance within three months. . It would be premature to state what the purchase money is likely to be, as it will depend upon the final agreement. The great value of this property is now fully recognised. Several of tho leases beyond doubt carry...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE^ Annmu. i ' ? ! March 18— TOMKI. s., Captain IT. Jackson, from Svdnev. Passengers — Mesdamos Mobhs Mud child. Watt, Rnnn, Wnlsh, Noble, Kniser; MisvOh Cmnpboll, I Joii!»h, M'Naumr.1, Mobb-- ; Messrs Jlitnhell, L'dire and child, Rvan.Divis, Armstvnmj, 'Brown, Mertou, Slado, Porter (2). A-avj.«. Drunsnnld. Stro*thers, Kronnfield, Cook bnne, Trinibsll. Trouwell, Dr. Forbes, and. II in tlie-stenrnge. Cargo, 200 tons gcnoral mor chnndim),nlUl. sundries. -Loft on tlie 1 6th at 8 ?jXm., crossed tho Richmond- bar at 3.30 p.m. oii'Mie 18th, :and; arrived at Coraki at daylight -on » the -19th Experienced fresh south and' south-east winds with uusettlod woather during the passage. V March 18— BELLIXGER, s., Captain Alley; ?from Sydney. Passeneor — Miss F. Lnngham. Cariro. 60 tons general merchandise, 12 sheep, land sundries.- Cleared Sydney Hoads at 8.30 ! p.montho lGlh, passed Seal Rooks ut 8.30 , K.m. on tho 17th, Smnkoy Capo at 8.30 p.m. . same day, arrived off tho bar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

. Shipping Noticei- g 0 U T H ARM TRADE. . . .THE STEAMERS ? Emma Pyers and Triton 'nro'iiow permanently engaged in the trade ' between CASINO and CORAKI. -3T All Cargo brought by tho Bellinger, ' 8., or intondod for shipmont by her, wi'l bo ' conveyed Fbkk of Ciiabob. Spceial arrangements can bo made for Drogliago, &o., on application to the Ownor, ! R. PYERS, ? Casino and Irvington. rpo THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC IN .JL tho Richmond Rivor District. ' JOHN SEE and CO.'S Line of Steamers* l Until furthor notion tho Favourite Passongcr Steamers HELEN NICOLL and AUSTRA ? MAN will run as follows : — : Tlio .'s.s. HELEN NICOLL, Captain R. A. . . Frasor, .loaving Sydney SATURDAY NIGHTS, nt 9 o'clook. Leaving Grafton WEDNESDAY MORNINGS, at 6 o'olook. 'Tho's.fi. AUSTRALIAN, Captain n. C. Chud loigh, leaving Sydnoy TUESDAY NIGHTS, at 9 o'olook. Loaving Grafton SATURDAY MORNINGS, at 5. 30 o'olook. iJgS' Theeo Bteamors call regularly at Law rence, Rooky Mouth, and Ilarwood Island, for .pas...

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Coraki Pots-Office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

t'orabi Post-Oflicc, Arrival and Departure of Mails. Mails arrive fi-om Sydney, South Woodburn, Woodburn, and Swan Bay every Monday and Thursday, at 3.35 p.m.; and close for the same places every Tuesday, and Friday, at 5 p.m. Arrive from Lismore, Wyrallah, and Gundur imba daily, and close for same places every Monday and Thursday, at 3.35 p.m. Arrive from Casino and Codrington every .1 Tuesday, at 4 p.m. and Saturday, at 10.30 a.m.; and close for same places every Mon ' day and Thursday, at 8.30 p.m. Arrive and depart by river boats for Ballina, ' Wardell. and Broadwater.

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Religious Memoranda. WESLRYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

Religious Memoranda. ? . i : ? Wb-leyajj Church. 27— Wyrallah, 11 a.m. Gundurimba (Mr. . ; Montgomery's vaoanthousc), 3 p .m. Lismoro, . 7.30-p.m. 26 (Friday — JWyrallah (Foroign Mission Meet vine), 7.30 p.m. 30 (Wed.) — Farewell Conversazione to Rev. J. H. Lewin, in Lismore Chursh. — Rov. Fredk. C. Boyer. '27 — Greenridge ' (Messrs. Massingham and Woods'). 11 a.m. Irvington, 3 p.m. Casino, 7.30 p.m.— Rov. Jas. H. Lowin. 27— Meerschaum, 11 a.m. Alstonvillo, 3 p.m. — Mr S. T. N -rtheotf. . 27— Cowlong, 11 a.m. — ;S. .... '?f*27— Dunoon, '2.30 p.m.— Mr. Robt. . Arthurs , Church ov Ejjglaxd. :27— Wopdburu (with Holy. . Communion), 1 1 , ?a.'m. * Broadwater, ' 3 p.m. Wardell, ' 7. 30 . ,p tn. , 'April ' 3— Woodbiirn, 11 ' a.m.,' 7.30 p.m. . Coraki. 3.30 p.m. — Rev. F. E. Haviland. jPRKSBYTERtAN CnUROH OP EASTERN AUSTRALIA. 27— Casino, 11 a.ni. Deep Creek, 3 p.m. . Oakland, 7.30 p.m. 'April 3— Casinij, 11a.m. and7.30p.m. Tomki, 3 p.m. '10— Coraki, 11 a.m. Codrineton, 2.30 p.m. ( Casino, ...

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Horrible. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

| . Horrible. I The Minister fcr Justice has received a communication from the medical officer at Gunncdah, dealing with a horrible case of butchery in connection with tho confinement of a young girl, a half-caste. An operation is said to have been performed on her with a chisel, screw driver, and a pair of blacksmith's pin cers. Tho patient died, but no inquest was held. The Minister will take imme diate action in the matter. The Imperial Institute does not make much hoadway, though donations of £500 and downwards from lords lieu tenant of counties, high sheriffs, and peoplo of that class continue to be announced. The Government contribu tion from Canada will be £20,000, that from the joint Australian Governments £35,000, ,und it is hoped that tho colonies altogether, from private and Government sources, will contribute upwards of £100,000, leaving £400,000 to be raisod by India and the Uuited Kingdom. A man brought up at Bourko Polico Court the other day, for not having any visibl...

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Glen Innes Jockey Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

CSIen IiineH Jockey Club Races. Titian races woro hold on Wednesday and Thursday, tho loth and 17th Murcli. Tho following is tho result of tho racing: — Annexation Handicap, 0 furlongs, won by Mr. J. Carroll's b m Katie, 4 yrs, flst lOlbs ; Mr. J. C. Irving's cli f Butterfly, 3 yrs, 6st 1 libs, second ; and Mr. T. Coggan ns 1) m Slender, Cyrs, 7st 1 libs, ? third. Ton horses started. Butterfly lost tho raco through bad riding. Tho Booth-holders' Gift (oneo rouud) re sulted in a win for Gold-dust, Bonnie Boc coming next, with Barnoy third. Tho winuor ?was bought in for £63. Glen Innes Cup, If miles. — Hon. John Eales' oh 0 Emorald, 3yrs, 0-8, first ; Mr. J. D. O'Leary's br h Minorali, 5vrs, 7-9. sccond ; Mr. J. Carroll's b h Froo Seleotor, 6yrs, 7-5, third. Tho othor startors wero — Bay Dot Ost, Fenella Out. Sloth 7-3, Midnight 0-2, Vain Ilopn 6-5, Sorella 7-7, Malta 0-5, Ajax 7-9, and Carnation fi-5. Timo, 3.12. Ladies' Milo. — Mrs. W. C. Bnndook's br o Elcbo, 2yrs, 8-13, first; Mrs...

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A Long Sleep. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

A Long Sleep. The Scotsman of .Tanua'ry 27 states that the Aisee journals report an extraordi nary caso of prolonged sleep. In tho village of Origny Sainte Benoit lives a young girl of tho name of Marguerite I Bogenval. Marguerite has been in a hypnotic condition for more than three years past. She sank to sleep on tho 31st May, 1883, and has not wakened since, nor so much as stirred a finger. She has been kopt alive by the adminis tration of milk and highly concentrated beef tea. Despite the most careful attentions of those watching her, she is now emaciated to an extreme degree, and her bones aro piercing her skin. She lies perfectly still and rigid, her eyes closed, and her teeth set fast together. A peculiarity of the case is that, in raising one oyolid, and allowing the light to fall upon the eye, a shudder is noticed followed by an immediate lowering of , the eyelid, or an attempt to do so. Mar I guerite's respiration is perfectly normal in its regularity, and her pulse, thoug...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

4, ; r~ Sporting IWeniH. j ; , A moot of tlin Woodstock Hounds, North' Shove, wiib advertised in our ooluinna on' the 4 tli instant to tako placo on tho following ilny, and ifc is reported that tho promoters, being unable to providu a dingo, substituted 1111 unbrokon colt, winch, it ib said, was irritated jbv cattle dogs, then lot ro, nnd aftor a long 1 chami, was so thoroughly exhausted tliiit :he hounds ran into him. It is hard to hnlivo that Hueii horriblo brutality qiuld have been accepted AH sport by those who assisted at tho torture. Tho matter, however, is now in th.i hands of Inspector Webber, and (hero should not bo any difliculty in having it thoroughly iu /OBlitratcu. ? — Sydnky Mail. Tho Olaronoo Tattoraall's .Tookoy Club I?, -icon will bo hold on tho anniversary of tho Quoou'a Jubilee. Tlio uncertainty of racing (says tho Aitous) wbb demonstrated at Caulliold on Saturday in tlio,, South Yarra Handicap. Vascosa, tho winner, was at tho last M001100 Valley meet backed to w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

, Amuaements. RASTER HOLIDAY FESTIVAL. VILLAGE FAIR, OLD ENGLISH SPORTS, FOOT RAGING, FANCY BAZAAR, and Great Art Union DISTRIBUTION OF PJRIZGS. Exhibition Grounds and Buildings, GRAFTON, ?.CLARENCE RIVER, . ON Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday | IN EASTERWEEK. Tho Greatest and most divoi'Bifiod EXHIBITION, SALE OF WORK, and DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES combinod with ATHLETIC and ENGLISH FAIR SPORTS ovor hold in Now South Walos. IN AID OF THE Cathedral Building and Orpraxi [Funds. FIRST DAY.— EASTER MONDAY. . The GROUNDS will be thrown opon at 10 a.m. The Out-door Amusements, undor tho management of a spocial Spouts Committee, will includo SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, and other FOOTRACING (soo spocial ndvertisomont), MAT POLE, DANCING on tho Groen, including Highland Fling and Hornpipos, SWINGS, AcrobnticPorformancos, SHOW BOOTHS, PUNCH AND JtlDY, and othor OLD ENGLISH FAIR SPORTS, &c„ &o. The Exhibition Building will bo oponod ns a GREAT FANCY EAIR, OB BAZAAR, at 11 a.m. The interior...

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Woodburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

Woodburn. [from our correspondent.] Weather.— Tho woatlior still keeps vory Bhowwy, and the roads in and about hore are in a fearful state. Tho Chatsworth-Woodburu road is almost impassable, in many placos horsemon nearly bog, so you oan imagine what it is for coach traffic. I have hoard that somo of tho coaohcB have to ohango horses throe times between hero and Caatsworth beforo they aro able to reach their destination. Coachino. — Nealo and Kenny have, I bolievo, dissolved partnership in the ooacli line, not without giving somethiug to each othor as a parting memonto. Thero is anything but a good fcoling existing amongst most of tho drivers ; perhaps the bad state of the roads has nearly driven them mad, and put them a little off. Mr. Lang's now line of coaohes seoms to he sticking to it manfully, and defying the weather. I hear that A. Neale is about to start a line on bis own account, if so we will be woll supplied with coaches. Horse Disease. — The disease whioh broko out ampng...

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Lines from a Pilgrim. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

Lines from a Pilgrim. By somo .motion or othor, aud in tho midst of a hazo that, has, porhaps, for too many dayB surroundod me, uiid in the oompanv of ttio inventor of the secrot of porpetuul motion, I find mvsolf at Coraki. brought hero by tho old Tiiton, in command of old Charloy. After that I had to mako a shift for myself, with a fow willing hands to assist mo.' On this occa sion it had not been tho samo as it was ou raanv times before, for I had and havo a little boy by my side who calls mo father. Boing, ns I am, an invulid, I could not of course, take obaorvanoo of anything boyond tho scope of what I witnessed, and that nooeB sarily happened within vory small limits. I require no louses or light artifioiul to bring beforo mo what I hnvo soon and witnessed iu tho past, and draw a contrast with the present. Coraki lias vory perceptibly ohnngod, for I knew it in its primitivo state, but it is greatly romovod boyond my ooncoption now. Ingress of people and tho conscquont light of...

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The Timber Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

— — . ? _____ The Timber Trude. I Tub following figures,' supplied to tho Owim by Mr. John 800, M.L.A., allow tho rapid growth of tho foreign timber trado in Now Houfch Wales. It also rIiowh tho reason why our saw-mills aro idlo and onr tiinbor-gettcrs in distress for want of markets. Yot when a tux was plncud upon timber last your it was most Htronuonsly rosintod by tlio Opposition, nnd an effort will bhortly bo lumln by tlio Government to ropnnl tlio opposition. If tho timbor duties are rcpoulud, hundreds of 111011 will bo thrown out of euiploymont on tho rivers of Now South Wales, and a thriving induutry will bo crushcd out, of exiatoncu, it order that a fow timbor merchants' importors, may benefit, Tho imports woro : — TIMBER — DIUJSSKD. Yoar. a Feet. 1870.. .. .... 1,875,000 1877.. .. '.. .. 2,301,000 1878.. ... ... ... -1,087,000 1879.. 0,091,000 1880.. ? ? 5,185,000 1881 ? 0,70.1,000 1882.. ? ? 13,077,000. ? 1883.. 10,221,000 1884.. if .. .. 10,344,000 1885.. ... .... .. 19,6...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From tlio Managor Clhronco Rivor mul North Coast Fanners' Association, Limited.) SYDNEY, Thuiisday, -- p.m. Muizo, 3s 6d, for now ; Eggs, Is 8d por dozon ; Pigs, 4d per pound.

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 March 1887

-T ftlemtlori. . I : ' Walter Iiowo, of Grafton, bookseller, :&c., has assigned lua estate. Cu8torils collootiou for 1886; £2,212,213 or £2 4s lid per head. The imports into N. S. Wales for the samo -.year amounted to £20, 933, fi t 8, or £21 7s lOd per head. The l'romior says there are 13,15.0,000 rounds of Martini -Henry ammunition in the colony,' and 12,200,000 moro to arrive. - A-farmur and his wifo wont to the -Armidalo Show and while ; thero stopped ovor night to join the' SalVation'Ariny, loaving o ohildron at homo- -alone. ? During - tho -night ? the- houso was burnt and threo of tha children bumod to cinders. ' The Wliito Stir and Cuiiard linora have boon secured by tho Admiralty for cruisers. _ Tho GLon.it says Ewitig, of tho Richmond and Tweud, made a very clevor and sarcastic spoecli last night. He fairly riddled.M'Elhono, and created continuous laughter at tho oxpenso of' the Opposition. ' Tlio last mails from England reached here iu 33 days. Tho Sydney School o...

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