FIRE IN BOURKE—STREET.—About twelve o'clock last night, the alarm of fire was raised by the peal of the Town Hall bell. Flames were seen in the direction of the eastern end ...Article : 2,834 words
Sir,—Our Chamber of Commerce gentlemen do certainly muddle in troubled waters occasionally, which no doubt arises from their want of experience as merchants, not that ...Article : 909 words
A Honolulu paper, recently received, contains the following interesting particulars:- "NEW ERUPTION!—HILO THREATENED—IMMINENT DANGER—PELE HU[?]—The ...Article : 619 words
At length, in the fulness of time, it appears that, either by recal or resignation, or some other gentle and efficacious means, General Simpson has been relieved from the comman[?] ...Article : 1,416 words
Another instance has just been added to the list of Governors who have yielded to the multitudinous vexations and peculiar harassments of the duty of administering the affairs ...Article : 959 words
In illustration of the inappreciable value of our quartz, resources, we have to record a series of transactions in connection with one tiny claim. About six months ago ...Article : 722 words
Otchakoff, but for its strat[?] would be considered at this day [?] portant village, Kilburn, the [?] Tartars, is not even a village [?] ...Article : 263 words
To-day the Emperor and Empress, accompanied by the Belgian Princes, visited the Hotel de ville and the manufactory of the Gobelins, and to-night they are to attend the ...Article : 2,652 words
IT has been stated in several journals that, in consequence of the American Government's disapproval of certain alleged proceedings of agents of the English Government in ...Article : 1,852 words
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