THE Right Worshipful the Mayor took his seat at three o'clock, there being then a full attendance of Aldermen. CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES. ...Article : 1,713 words
THE attendance at Messrs. Burt and Co.'s sale, yesterday, was very numerous, and great anxiety was evinced to see who were likely to become the purchasers of the thoroughbred horses. ...Article : 148 words
The annual mortality of men in civil life at home of the corresponding ages is at the rate of 9 in 1000, bat the mortality of the troops at home probably exceeds 15 per 1000, and the mortality of the troops abroad and chiefly in the tropical climates ia such, that ...Article : 2,583 words
SIR,—On reading the Goulburn news, in your issue of last Saturday week, I find an account of a gigantic pear, grown by Mr. Bradley, of Argyle. I have now hanging in my bar, at the Cornstalk ...Article : 110 words
THE markets are firm to-day; and, notwithstanding the non-arrival of the mail, the news brought by the Simla of the advance of price that has taken place in most goods in England, ...Article : 2,899 words
I POSSESS, and highly do I prize, Mr. Frank Fowler's friendship. It is, however, no private feeling of regard that induces me to come forward to denounce the attack that has recently been made upon his ...Article : 1,489 words
THE WEATHER.—During the early part of the week we were visited by heavy rain, which has restored the rule of King Mud, and suspended the operations of the plough. On Saturday night the rain commenced ...Article : 489 words
ON this subject, fraught with so much interest to the western Districts, the Bathurst Free Press of Saturday makes the following observations: — If ever the interests of these districts required a zealous guardianship and ...Article : 863 words
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