ON the 26th ultimo, his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh dined with the members of the Union Club in Bentstreet. This dinner—described as having been, in every respect, worthy of the occasion—was laid out in the ...Article : 9,768 words
THE 50[?] Regiment, after a lengthened sojourn in these colonies, sailed for England, in the Himalaya, on the 26th instant. The gallant "Queen's Own," deservedly popular, was, at its departure, loudly cheered ...Article : 996 words
NEARLY a century has rolled away since the undaunted English navigator, Captain James Cook, discovered the eastern coast of this vast country—our "Great South Land"—the reality of whose ...Article : 3,246 words
THE Parliament has at last been prorogued, and there is political quiet throughout the colony. The close of the session was remarkable. There was no, "slaughter of the innocents," such as that which ...Article : 1,140 words
His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh sailed in the Galatea, for New Zealand, on the 3rd instant, at noon. The steamer City of Hobart, which arrived from ...Article : 368 words
A lad named Robert Woolley, at Gundarimba, on in Clarence, on Sunday last, died of fright, having, as he supposed, been bitten by a snake. A young woman, named [?] Whitehead, was ...Article : 635 words
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