WE understand that the British Government, after having almost resolved to annex the Feejee Islands to the British empire, is pausing for further enquiry or reflection. It is ...Article : 976 words
PERHAPS the motion of Mr. DABVALL, upon the Separation Question is too late. Perhaps the decree of Downing-street is irrevocable. The Crown has the power by the Constitution Act to ...Article : 1,310 words
WE do not share in The astonishment with which the proposition of Dr. LANG, to separate the colonies from the parent country, was heardfor the first time in the Assembly. It is some ...Article : 2,061 words
MR. WEEKES has made his debut as the author of a budget with moderate success. We cannot say he has left nothing unexplained, for he has not made it clear how the loss of revenue to ...Article : 1,346 words
IT may not be desirable for the Assembly to offer any direct opposition to the separation between this country and Queensland, so called. It is not very easy to understand what is the ...Article : 1,198 words
As we have recommended that some public action should be taken for the purpose of strengthening the movement in favour of the Feejee Islands, it is perhaps desirable that ...Article : 1,353 words
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