The "ploughing bee" for fallowing land for a wheat crop to reduce the mortgage upon the Church of England glebe, came off this week, although, on account of the ...Article : 452 words
A case, Grueber v. Alford, was heard here to-day, before Charles Parker and Edward Bomford, Esquires. It was a claim for compensation under the 11th Section of ...Article : 160 words
On Friday evening last, an entertainment was given at Cox's Assembly Rooms, consisting of dissolving views, &c., by the Rev. J. Greer, Wesleyan Minister, of ...Article : 407 words
The monthly meeting of the society was held on Tuesday, 8th instant, M. Allport, Esq., in the chair. The following gentlemen, who had been ...Article : 2,298 words
SIR,—My attention has been directed to an article by your Wynyard correspondent, in which he insinuates a doubt as to the correctness of a statement ...Article : 513 words
The late heavy rains have made this road in many places almost impassabl— that is after you leave Elizabeth Town up to which place the road is properly ...Article : 596 words
The hon. the Minister of Lands, accompanied by Mr Grant, engineer, A. F. Rooke, Esq., and the Director of Public Works paid us a visit one day last week. The precise ...Article : 252 words
The fortnightly meeting of the Board of Guardians was held yesterday. Present—The Hon. F. M. Innes (in the chair), Rev. F. Hudspeth, and Dr. ...Article : 475 words
SIR,—In correction of a statement which has appeared in the Launceston journals— and found its way here from "our own correspondent" of the Mercury—allow me to ...Article : 326 words
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