SIR—It is the usual custom of all countries to mark any unusual or extraordinary event by the erection of statues, the bestowment of title, or by some grand festival, or in some other way ...Article : 523 words
Enquiry having been made relative to the above named person, who arrived in this colony in 1833, in the ship Waterloo 3, and who is represented to have been residing at Maitland ...Article : 1,012 words
This was an action upon a warranty of ten tons of hay, sold by defendant as sound, wholesome, and marketable, but being, it was said, bad in all these respects; defendant traversed ...Article : 481 words
There was little wool for sale on Thursday, but what there was commanded prices, showing an advance of about one penny upon the rates of three months ago. The purchases were not ...Article : 1,464 words
The time draws nigh when this once la[?]ded pastoral district will cease to rear or maintain the valuable sheep with profit. Strong symptoms of this coming event are unmistakeably ...Article : 2,504 words
SIR—As Vice Provost of the University of Sydney, I deem it necessary to guard the public against certain misconceptions which are likely to be created by the perusal of the Bishop of ...Article : 1,031 words
I am happy to say for some time past we have had very fine weather, which is very advantageous to those concerned in mining operations. The weather is now very hot, and the diggings ...Article : 2,906 words
Armidale—Mr. Jas. Gilchrist. Bingera—Mr. John Mawson. Black Creek—Mr. Edward Franks. Barwin River—Mr. Edwd. Sharp, Walgatt. ...Article : 195 words
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