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  2. VICTORIA.

    WE continue our extracts from the Melbourne papers, the following quotations being from the Argus:- That journal of the 1st instant states that the Steam Navigation Board have been engaged for the last two ...

    Article : 1,660 words
  3. SOUTH AF[?]ICA.

    WE have news to the 1st of April from Natal. The Durban Mercury and Commercial Advertiser of that date supplies the following items of intelligence:— ...

    Article : 1,659 words
  4. RELIEF FOR THE FLOODED OUT.

    SIR,—Being deeply moved by the amount of distress the late fearful floods have caused over many parts of the country, more particularly amongst farmers, and seeing so many sympathisers who have no immediate interest or ...

    Article : 254 words
  5. NEW ZEALAND.

    TAKING LEAVE OF A COMRADE.—Last night the sergeants of the 65th Regiment, at present in Auckland, assembled with their wives in the quarters of the Quartermaster-sergeant for the purpose of having a ...

    Article : 1,723 words
  6. WANGANUI.

    We have a week's later news from this Province. The Chronicle says:- We have had three slight shakes during the past ten days. They were such (and almost all here are ...

    Article : 736 words
  7. THE REWARD FOR MORGAN'S CAPTURE, "DEAD OR ALIVE."

    SIR,—"First catch your hare, and then cook it," was [?] precept inculcated by Mrs. Glass with great advantage, but as yet not sufficiently appreciated by the New South Wales Government, for I perceive that, indifferent on the ...

    Article : 311 words
  8. POSTAL MATTERS AND POSTMASTERGENERAL.

    SIR,—Considerable astonishment was felt by myself and other residents of Sutton Forest, a few days since, to find that an alteration had been made in the arrival and departure of the mails here. Making inquiry into the miller, ...

    Article : 280 words
  9. LET US TO BILLIARDS.

    SIR,—I understand that Roberts, the hero of a hundred billiard fights, is expected to arrive in Melbourne in the course of a fortnight; and that his trip to the colony of Victoria is the result of a honorarium and expenses ...

    Article : 388 words
  10. MAKETU.

    From the Southern Cross' own correspondent the following translations of two important letters have just been handed to me for publication:- "Wakataue, May 26th. ...

    Article : 771 words
  11. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—I enclose subscription to Flood Relief Fund, £2 2[?] We had intended, until last Sabbath, to hold a serv[?] and take up a collection in the church in aid of the fund, but my deacons thought that, as many of the members had ...

    Article : 615 words
  12. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE papers to the 28th ultimo are to hand. We quote from the S. A. Register as follows:- SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAPHS.—Mr. Todd's annual report on the operations of the Telegraph ...

    Article : 2,137 words
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