BRISBANE, September 10th.—The intelligence brought by the Boomerang has created a great anxiety to learn more, and the expectation is general that the next mail will apprise us of the occurrence of a ...Article : 2,060 words
WE continue to hear, (says the Ceylon Times) through visitors from Bengal, accounts which surpass credence, that such monsters in human form as the Bengal Sepoys exist. Children shut up in a box and burned ...Article : 4,523 words
WE have papers to the 26th of August. Alluding to the Aorere diggings, the Wellington Independent says:—During the last few weeks the passenger trade between Wellington and this gold field has ...Article : 318 words
WE have Adelaide dates to the 1st instant. The new Ministry had been definitely formed. Mr. Morphett refused to join it. Mr. Reynolds was also offered the Treasurership but declined. The Register ...Article : 294 words
SIR,—In your issue of the 21st instant there appears' a letter signed "Jagleish;" which completely, embraces the obligation of Government as regards this port and district. "Jagleish's" advocacy of our ...Article : 1,305 words
SIR,—In your issue of yesterday, the 10th instant, appears along letter from Mr. J. C. White, complaining of my resistance to his attempted trespass upon my station of Cambooglecumbang, on the Macquarie ...Article : 3,352 words
The Lyttelton Times of that date gives the following brief review of the week:—There is very little news stirring. Our public works and private buildings are progressing on every hand, but there is no epoch in the ...Article : 482 words
Under date 18th August, the correspondent of the Wellington Independent, writing from Olive, says:—I am sorry to have to announce to you that actual hostilities have this day commenced between Hapuka and ...Article : 928 words
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