The motion brought forward by Mr. Hugh Eraser on Wednesday last in the Assembly, and partially discussed, which had for its object the ...Article : 2,700 words
I am not going to write a single word about politics this time, although several items of importance have arisen. They will keep until I write again. This note will contain nothing ...Article : 2,685 words
The Sultan has refused to accede to the demand of Khaireddin Pasha that the latter should have the right to nominate the Ministeas. Khaireddin Pasha has in consequence ...Article : 222 words
The following is the text of the agreement between the Government of South Australia and the various Banks doing business in Adelaide for supplying the Government with ...Article : 996 words
Captain Fuller, of the steamer Paringa, picked tip yesterday, about five miles south of Morgan, the body of a man floating down the river. He secured the body to the bank, ...Article : 47 words
Melbourne telegrams state that a great crowd of the unemployed assembled outside the Government offices seeking work. It is intended to hold a football match one ...Article : 53 words
It is curious to note how occasionally a sudden impulse appears simultaneously to seize on persons in different parts of the colony. Not that such a thing is confined to the colony, ...Article : 1,465 words
Sir—Whilst I regret the unfortunate pistol case that the lad Nicholls is implicated in, I am sorry to see the remarks of "Truth" in Your last issue, as they seem to be written in ...Article : 210 words
On Sunday the Rev. W. Cook preached his farewell sermons, morning, and evening, to crowded congregations. On Monday a public meeting was held, when several speeches were ...Article : 164 words
Things are as dull as ever here. Every one complains of the cold, and not without reason, as on Wednesday last we had a fall of snow at Macaw Creek, about three miles ...Article : 300 words
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