Sir,—In your issue of Thursday last a lengthy repor[?] appeared on behalf of the Railway Department, purportin[?] to be a complete and conclusive reply to a number of seriou[?] complaints submitted by me, as one of a deputation ...Article : 1,969 words
The long-expected answer of Russia to the universal demand of a clear expression of her opinion concerning Bulgarian affairs has at last been formulated, and consists in the peremptory requirement of the immediate ...Article : 3,068 words
The steamship Taupo arrived from Sydney on the 21st ultimo, landing Mr. Wilkinson, two other passengers, and the welcome missing mails. Matters generally have been, as usual, quiet; but ...Article : 1,190 words
All Europe has had a violent shock through the receipt of telegrams announcing the death of Kaiser William, stated to have occurred last night. The latest telegrams now say that a long swoon of four ...Article : 2,398 words
Sir,—Would you allow me space in your columns for a few remarks re the recent equity suit, Higinbotham and another v. Gibbs. I do not intend to go into the merits of the case in which I am interested as one of the plaintiffs, ...Article : 813 words
Sir,—I trust you will allow me a few lines in reference to the motion before the Synod last night on the above subject. Your report states that the motion was negatived without discussion. As a bare statement of facts, this is ...Article : 142 words
Sir,—Permit me to direct the attention of those who, like myself, are employers of labour, to an extraordinary provision in the Factories and Workshops Regulation Bill which was before the Legislative Council last Thursday, ...Article : 328 words
Sir,—I quite agree with your correspondent Mr. Goldie in the favourable view he takes of the morality of the Chinese. If it be necessary on broad national grounds to exclude the Mongolian from competing with our ...Article : 251 words
Sir,—Our "do-nothing-in-proper-time Government we have, and have had lately," have brought our grape-vine industry to the brink of danger and destruction. The Jennings-Dibbs Government passed an Act of the ...Article : 156 words
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