BRISBANE, March 28.—The nomination for [?] and the Darling Downs passed over quiet[?] at Drayton, on the 20th instant. Rather un[?] Mr. Moffatt withdrew from the contest, and as Mr. Holt ...Article : 914 words
SIR,—I beg to state that the use made by Mr. Jacobs, the magician, of the name of the Provincial Grand Master and the Officers and Members of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of ...Article : 94 words
SIR,—To whisper a complaint in your powerful columns is a never-failing remedy of adjusting a grievance. Of what I have to complain is simply this, in the domestic circles that I am connected with, ...Article : 178 words
THE Select Committee appointed to consider the subject of Immigration having met and considered the several matters to them referred, and examined evidence, have agreed to several resolutions, which, ...Article : 1,720 words
PANAMA.—A letter, dated Panama, December 8, contains the following intelligence:—"I have just heard, on what I consider to be good authority, that the United States' Government have just concluded a ...Article : 2,328 words
SIR,—Permit me through the medium of your valuable journal, to make a few remarks relative to a saying one cannot avoid hearing in many parts of the city; it is this, "The Heads should be fortified so as ...Article : 534 words
SIR,—The writer of the article in the Sydney University Magazine on Railways has a ready manner with him of dealing with those who have tried to open his eyes as to the false basis from which all his conclusions are ...Article : 279 words
WE printed, in our issue of the 14th, a report of the Committee of the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce relative to the best means of promoting agricultural settlement and of using the waste lands of that colony. ...Article : 1,301 words
SIR,—If, as the Preacher tells us, "wisdom is better than weapons of war," it must be well worth taking from an enemy whenever we can get it. No one will assert that the defenders of Sebastopol have shown ...Article : 948 words
OUR last accounts from Europe state that the advance guard of Luder's army was gathering fast to the north of Balaklava, and that a menacing body of Russians were ranged in line from the ...Article : 1,437 words
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The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wed 4 Apr 1855, Page 2
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