THE long-expected visitation of fire on a large scare has at last come upon us, truly like a thief in the night, and many of our fellow-citizens who retired to rest in ease and comfort, if not positive affluence, so for as ...Article : 2,465 words
SIR,—I am happy to say there appears little doubt re-maining as to the fact of a paying gold-field having been discovered here. Some weeks since, hints were thrown out, that a party sent in search of it had been ...Article : 301 words
At 4 o'clook on Wednesday, a public meeting was held at the Odd Fellows' Hall, for the purpose of taking measures for affording to the sufferers by the late calamitous fire such aid as might be needful. ...Article : 3,780 words
SIR,—I am a great ad[?] of tne game of bowls, as a healthy and pleasant recreation, and I would suggest to some parties in the suburbs, having the requisite conveniences, that if they would lay out a portion of ...Article : 167 words
ON MONDAY last, pursuant to advertisement, special meeting of this Company was held, at the offices, Morpeth. There were between [?] and [?] shareholders present. Shortly after 2 o'clock the chair was taken ...Article : 3,195 words
SIR,—If, as your correspondent " Anglicanus" asserts, the Queen have no supremacy over the Church of England in this colony, what right had she to appoint a Bishop to the bishopric of Sydney? And if ...Article : 98 words
SIR,—I should like to know how it is that a rabble of boys are allowed to assemble, every Sunday, in those paddocks adjoining the lower part of the Domain, insulting people as they pass, making use of the ...Article : 112 words
SIR.—In reply to the query of " A Constant Reader," in this morning s Herald, as to the height of the Hero of Waterloo, perhaps you will allow me to state, that I always reckoned him to be five feet eight in his ...Article : 651 words
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