Sir,—In the opening speech in the coming Session, our representatives will, no doubt, be told that legal reforms are needed in the colony, and that one measure at the least ...Article : 1,925 words
Present—The Chairman, Councillors Finlay, Owen, Greenwood, Carnie, Turner, and Coleman. CORRESPONDENCE. ...Article : 763 words
Sir,—I beg to request you to extend your usual courtesy to correspondents to me, a boy attending one of the denominational schools in your neighbourhood. ...Article : 336 words
Miss Nightingale declines a public welcome on her return home. She had the courage to face the society of a camp—to confront the unutterable horrors of a neglected soldiers' ...Article : 609 words
The Annual District Meeting of the Wesleyan Church in this colony commenced its sittings in the Brunswick-street Chapel on Tuesday, 11th, and closed on Wednesday, ...Article : 1,833 words
The history of our last two years' waras written in battles, but in the policy proceedings of other nations—demonst[?] the theory that either our descendants i[?] ...Article : 860 words
The Council met at twenty minutes past twelve o'clock, the Right Worshipful the Mayor in the chair. MINUTES. ...Article : 2,187 words
The actual circumstances of Europe and America tell us that within the next commercial year there will be an immense amount of trading, and of honest profit thus accruing; ...Article : 1,232 words
In the unchanging East madmen are still deemed sacred, and their ravings inspired, and when we read the account of Dove's last moments, it seems as if oriental folly and ...Article : 1,009 words
Present—F. J. Sargood, Esq., M.L.A., Chairman; Councillors Pye, Mason, Crews, Oliver, and Izett. REPORT. ...Article : 247 words
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