THE weather still continuis dry without any prospect of the much desired and required rain. On [?]riday last there was every appearance of a downp[?]ur, but the dark clouds which had in the merning massed overhead disappeared in the afternoon without ...Article : 1,529 words
ON the 27th January an important subject was brought before the Legislative Council at Levuka, being the first reading of a Bill to Regulate the Assessment and Collection of N[?]tive Taxes. ...Article : 3,904 words
YESTERDAY morning, about 8 o'clock, the bOdy of a woman was found in the Thames, a little above the Houses of Parliament, against one of the piles sunk in the river for the continuation of the embankment, by ...Article : 415 words
MR. Arthur E. Barlow, commander of the Peninsular nnd Oriental Company's steamship Nizam, writes from Suez as follows:— "At a time when all means and appliances for saving life at sea are being so freely ...Article : 1,235 words
THE sixteenth annual show ot the above association opened on last Wednesaay under auspices which were not of a very favourabe nature. The morning was so cloudy that tears were eutertained that heavy raom was bound to fall before ...Article : 2,452 words
ALTHOUGH admittedly much inferior to its predecessors, the show of the above society at Tamworth merits a more extended notice than appeared in our last, which was written early in the proceedings. Little more attention need be ...Article : 5,186 words
SUGAR-CANE is the principal crop grown in or about Woodbine. Messrs. Woodford and Poolman's mill has been in operation for the last two seasons, and before the next sugar season arrives Mr. A. Meston, late of the Clarence Rivir, will have his mill ready for ...Article : 438 words
TO-DAY, although it is nearly) s x weeks since the strike at Erith coramen[?]ed the struggle really begins. All attempts to reconcile the contending parties, or aeeange their differences, have failed. Arbitration has ...Article : 713 words
THE weather is still oppressively hot; everything in vegetation is getting parched up. the dams are all dry, and at present there is no uppearance of a change. Mining matters are very dull, There is very little washing going on; what little there is got ...Article : 340 words
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