Industrial Electors of New South Wales,—The jaundiced infirmity and fractious temper of our colonial politics having reached that culminating agony in which the sacred and deeply cherished interests of ...Article : 2,259 words
Doctor Mure and his companions continued to knock loudly at the door of Walter's room, demanding admittance; and Parkin for some time continued to reply to his demands that he had received orders ...Article : 2,983 words
Another sad case of drowning has occured at Warrill Cree[?] The unfortunat[?] was named William Cubbins, a grazier, [?], and owner of a freehold of about 280 acres, and of some forty head of cattle. It ...Article : 1,901 words
ANOTHER NEW ENGINE OF WAR—Mr. W. H Lowis, of the Hafod, Swansea, has invented a new engine of warfare, which will be very likely to attract the attention of the War ...Article : 890 words
The Argus reports that an inquest was held at the Melbourne Hospital on Saturday, on the body of a young man named William Henry Richardson, who had committed suicide that morning by cutting his ...Article : 449 words
In the course of a speech at the formal opening of the Emu Plains Public School on Tuesday, Sir Henry Parkes made the following observations, which may be taken to show in some degree the ...Article : 1,404 words
On Sunday evening a large fire took place. Between eight and nine o'clock the alarm was given, and immediately after an immense body of flame broke from the roof of the premises at the rear of ...Article : 655 words
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