THE Select Committee, appointed on Colonial Military Expenditure to inquire and report whether any and what alterations may be advantageously adopted in regard to the ...Article : 2,187 words
SIR,—I forward you extracts from a private letter from Taranaki, and one from the Wellington Advertizer, which, with the items you have already given of New Zealand intelligence, mutually ...Article : 853 words
INFORMATION kindly supplied to us by various members of the expedition in search of Burke, which left Moreton Bay on the 24th August last in the Victoria and Firefly, has enabled us to string together the ...Article : 3,146 words
SIR,—Knowing your ready disposition to afford publicity to information tending to promote the material interests of the colony, I beg leave to forward the enclosed, taken from the Argus, and as it is more in ...Article : 2,257 words
SIR,—I observe a letter in this morning's paper relative to the absurd scale of charges in the Parramatta steamers, and as it is just possible that repeated demands may induce the owners to listen to reason ...Article : 181 words
SIR,—With reference to your leading article of 24th, respecting railway communication between Sydney and the suburbs, I quite agree with you that more trains are greatly needed. The want of a later train, ...Article : 121 words
SIR,—The columns of your "winged " journal, bear in them unmistakable signs of the growing popularity of the Volunteer movement in Australia. I have no doubt, therefore, that the riflemen of the antipodes ...Article : 395 words
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