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  2. THE LATE SIR R. R. TORRENS.

    At soon as the Assembly met to-day Mr. Service rose and said:—"Before proceeding with the ordinary business I think this House would be justified to making some reference ...

    Article : 606 words
  3. LONDON JOTTINGS.

    The unemotional watcher of issues who has no particular parti[?]ship gets into the habit of regarding the [?] of current politics simply as so many developments of rival ...

    Article : 4,321 words
  4. MISS ADA CAMPBELL ON FREETHOUGHT.

    Sir—As there seems to be a great deal of ignorance abroad on the subject of Freethought principles and Freethought morality, I shall Feel obliged if you will insert this ...

    Article : 1,871 words
  5. THE INFANTS CUSTODY BILL.

    Sir—Ignorant or prejudiced people are constantly making assertions or instructions against the legal profession. The but I have seen is signed " Publican," and he [?] ...

    Article : 194 words
  6. ROAD FROM HAHNDORF TO AMBLESIDE.

    A deputation, consisting Of a good number of residents of Hahndorf, accompanied by Messrs R. Caldwell, M.P., and A.H. Land seer, M.P., waited on the Commissioner of ...

    Article : 1,386 words
  7. THE BOOTMAKERS STRIKE.

    Sir—From" A Journeyman Bootmaker" I saw in your Issues an account of the dispute at Messrs, Pearce Bros', boot manufactory. I find that be wherever you like some [?] ...

    Article : 343 words
  8. COUNTRY TELEGRAMS.

    An election took place to-day to fill the vacancy in the corporation caused by the resignation of Councillor Johns, who represented Second ward There were two ...

    Article : 221 words
  9. THE SALVATION ARMY.

    Sir—May I be permitted space in your extensively read journal, to compare two reports that appeared in Saturday's issue of the Advertiser? Under the heading of "General ...

    Article : 930 words
  10. FIRE AT NAIRNE.

    A fire [?]red last night in Mr. Johnson's wine and [?], Nairne. The contents were all burnt. The goods are insured in the New Zealand office. ...

    Article : 34 words
  11. THE TAILEM BEND MURDER.

    Patrick McGraith, Charged, with the murder of Patrick Conway at Tail[?] Bend, was brought up before Messrs. Stephenson and Rich[?] this [?] morning, Inspector Hunt ...

    Article : 76 words
  12. THE WILLOWIE SHOW.

    The Willowie Agricultural and Horticultural Society held their fourth annual show to-day. The weather was splendid, and about 1,000 persons attended. The show of horse ...

    Article : 89 words
  13. THE AREAS MARKET GARDEN COMPANY.

    At the institute to-day the annual meeting of shareholders of the [?] Market Garden Company was held. There was a large attendance, and Mr. Bowker presided, The report ...

    Article : 110 words
  14. PRESENTATION TO MR. J. W. GLEESON.

    This afternoon upwards of fifty residents of the district met in the institute for the purpose of presenting Mr. J. W. Gleeson, who has left Clara, with a valuable tea and ...

    Article : 266 words
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