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  2. A TUNNEL ADVENTURE.

    SOME years ago, I was stationed in one of our chief manufacturing towns as superintendent in the office of a certain telegraph company. This office contained the smallest amount of space in ...

    Article : 4,072 words
  3. CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER ON BOARD SHIP.

    ON Friday, the 16th instant, before the Water Police Magistrate and Mr. E. B. Uhr, William Hughes, master of the British barque Eaglet, and John Henry Killeit, second mate of the same ship, were brought ...

    Article : 3,455 words
  4. DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE TIDAL WAVE AT CHATHAM ISLANDS.

    THE schooner Rifleman arrived at Port Chalmers this morning, from the Chatham friends, with a cargo of cattle and horses. She left the islands on Friday last, and has consequently made a fine ran. We are indebted to Mr. ...

    Article : 599 words
  5. THE STICKING UP OF THE POLICE MAGISTRATE OF MOAMA.

    AT the Police Court, Moama, on Saturday, 12th instant, before Mr. James Shackell, J.P.—John Armstring and John M'Coll, remanded from Echuca on a charge of assault and robbery, were placed at the bar ...

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