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  2. TRAGEDY IN THE SOUTH SEAS

    The Tahiti Messenger, dated Papeete, October 14, 1869, and purporting to be the official journal of the French Protectorate at the Society Islands, gives a detailed account of a recent extraordinary tragedy on ...

    Article : 238 words
  3. Coroner's Court, This Day

    An inquest was held this morning before the City [?]oroner, at the Observer Tavern, George-street, [?] the body of an old man whose name has been, certained to have been Hargraves, and who died ...

    Article : 654 words
  4. LIST OF PASSENGERS AND CREW KILLED AND WOUNDED.

    Dead—D. Blacket, captain ; J. Crist, lieutenant ; J. B. Lathin, passenger; Tropa, Tiara, Pota, Ava, and Avai, sailors. Wounded—Victor Wablier, stewart, slightly in ...

    Article : 72 words
  5. NARRATIVE OF SECOND OFFCER.

    Monsieur,—Hoping to be able to speak some vessel of the Society Islands before my arrival at Atimaono, I shall in that case have the honour to transmit the report which I now write. ...

    Article : 447 words
  6. Copper an Antidote Against Cholera.

    The fact that undoubted cases of English cholera have lately occurred not only in Sydney but in some of the country districts, renders the following extract from the Times of September 29 of much ...

    Article : 683 words
  7. KIAMA.

    During the past few weeks we have been favoured with occasional showers, which have greatly refreshed the face of nature. The crops this year are looking splendidly, and the rust in wheat has ...

    Article : 216 words
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    THE BANKS.—From the general abstracts, published for general information, it appears that on the 31st December last the liabilities and assets of the Australian Joint Stock Bank, within the colony, amounted to— ...

    Article : 1,158 words
  10. District Court, This Day

    [?]OBINSON v. BLACKBURN AND WIFE.—This was [?]ction for slander, and for defamatory words [?] by the defendant's wife, affecting the virtue of plaintiff, who is an unmarried lady. Damages ...

    Article : 444 words
  11. THE MUTINY.

    July 17.—Becalmed six miles from Byron Isle. At 5 o'clock a.m. the captain gave permission to all the natives to go on the false or upper deck, and he distributed shirts and tobacco among them. Everything ...

    Article : 587 words
  12. THE [?]ECUMENICAL COUNCIL.—THE PAPAL BULL.

    An important Papal Bull has been issued under the seal of strict secrecy, establishing regulations for the [?]Ecumenical Council. In his exordium, his Holiness exhorts Bishops to live in the practice of ...

    Article : 366 words
  13. Police Courts, This Day.

    [?] drunkards were brought before the Bench fined bidget Mooney, for wilfully breaking a window ofter articles, the property of William Webb, ...

    Article : 699 words
  14. THE SAVAGES BLOWN UP WITH GUN-POWDER.

    I now decided not to attempt to shoot any more of the natives, as very little could be accomplished in that manner with our two guns, and one revolver, which would not go off. Finally I decided to ...

    Article : 566 words
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    THE report of the Tasmanian Salmon Commissioners appears to have created considerable interest in England. As regards the sea trout, it is considered that their exportation to the antipodes will ...

    Article : 730 words
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