THE following paper was read by Mr. Milne, botanist of H. M. S. Herald, at the third monthly meeting of the Australian Horticultural and Agricultural Society, on Tuesday evening ...Article : 3,052 words
THE friends of the Sabbath will be glad to learn that a very successful meeting on this subject was held here on Monday evening last. It is also the more gratifying to hear of the interest manifested by the people in ...Article : 951 words
THE Sofala correspondent of the Bathurst Free Press says:—The finding of a five-ounce nugget of gold is rather an incident new-a-days in this locality. I saw one to-day that was got on Little Oakey. In shape it ...Article : 537 words
BY way of Melbourne, we have news from Port Louis from the 30th of January to the 6th of February. We annex a few important extracts:— FUTURE GOVERNMENT or MAURITIUS.—The following ...Article : 1,544 words
WE have papers to tho 31st ultimo from Hobart Town, and to the 1st instant from Launceston. In our issue of Tuesday last, we gave the result of a debate which took place in the Legislative Council ...Article : 1,266 words
MONDAY, 5TH APRIL.—Nothing has yet transpired of the intentions of Ministers. Cabinet councils are held frequently, and their sittings are protracted—the Ministerial policy being under discussion. Mr. ...Article : 1,649 words
THE WEATHER.—Since the Solar Eclipse, we do not say in consequence of it, a very decided change in the temperature of the atmosphere has taken place, and the weather has been almost winterly cold. Rain in ...Article : 763 words
INQUEST.—On Monday afternoon last an inquest was held before the coroner and a jury on the body of an old resident of Windsor named John Oliver, better known as " the bellman," or town crier. It appeared ...Article : 503 words
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