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[Gy Electric Telegraph,—Copyright,] {PER fllftßß AdSOOIATioN. 1 AN EARTHQUAKE. . n , rA 7 DNEV, October 5. (Received October 5,1859,' at 1 A severe earthquake has been experienced in the Maclcay district.


SYDNEY, October 5.

After a prolonged discussion, the vote for the remuneration of Mr John Davies, as chairman of the Harbor Board, was carried in the Assembly by a majority of 26. Mr Dibbs, followed by a majority of the Opposition) left the Chamber amid cheers and laughter from the Government benches. While the division was proceeding Mr W. P. Crick, member for West Macquarie, advanced to the table and cried in a loud voice: “You ought to be prosecuted for robbing the Treasury. You arc a lot of Orange hounds and robbers.” For this explosion of .feeljng, Mr Crick was sentenced to detention during the pleasure of the Speaker. The House is still sitting.

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INTERCOLONIAL., Issue 8030, 5 October 1889

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INTERCOLONIAL. Issue 8030, 5 October 1889

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