The Prince left town yesterday, accompanied by Sir D. Daly, at a quarter to one p.m. After a farewell hymn had been sung in the Government ...Article : 2,293 words
The Railway department appears to be unable to receive more wool at present. The sheds and platforms are full of bales, and there are no trucks and no covers. Large ...Article : 541 words
Sir CHARLES DARLING stated that when the public creditor had a just claim, the Grown should not oppose his demand. Accordingly, to avoid a ...Article : 8,050 words
The opera of "Robert le Diable," or, as the management chose to advertise it, "Roberto il Diavolo," was performed at the Princess's Theatre last evening. The cast was not so ...Article : 277 words
We have been given to understand that the Reception Commission have sanctioned, and His Excellency the Governor approved, of a general Speech Day of the four principal ...Article : 1,711 words
Peter Edwin Henderson, of Melbourne, civil engineer. Causes of insolvency—Bad debts, and want of remunerative employment. Liabilities, £399 3s. 11d.; assets, £83; ...Article : 141 words
The Queen v. Browne and others, The Queen v. Taylor and others, The Queen v. Fawkner and others, The Queen v. Davey and others, rules nisi for prohibition; The Queen v. Cawthorne, nisi to oust ...Article : 255 words
Sir,—In your issue of the 20th inst. I noticed a paragraph stating that Shakespeare had discovered gravitation long before Newton. I would simply state, in reply, that ...Article : 88 words
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