The city will be dull for a season in consequence of being deprived of amusements, which have been so extensively patronised [?]ed, though not more than they merited, provided ...Article : 1,988 words
Sir—Allow me by means of your journal, to call attention to the present state of this important auxiliary to education. Books have been on the way from England, for a period almost indefinite. According ...Article : 259 words
A correspondent of the Yass Courier writes as follows:—On Saturday last, the 6th instant, an inquiy was held before Henry Baylis Esq., P.M., at Mr M'Namara's station, near Wagga Wagga, on the body ...Article : 501 words
On the 30th ult. the Colonial Secretary introduced the Assembly the new Electoral Reform Bill. No discussion followed further than a challenge to Mr Cowper, on the subject of the representation of minorities, ...Article : 988 words
Sir—I am not one of those a[?]tute people whose want of sense of nature's beauties leads them to permit "the rose to b[?]ush unseen, and waste its sweets upon the desert air;" I am Sir, on the contrary a man of some ...Article : 288 words
THE ADMELLA.—This steamer has made her first trip to Melbourne and back within the week. On Saturday last, about midday, she arrived in the Gulf, and was alongside the wharf, at the Port, before 2 ...Article : 307 words
Present—His Worship the Mayor; Aldermen Smith and Bower; Councillors Grosse, Wald, and Smith. A letter was received from Mr Mashen, requesting that the Council would remit a line of £2 imposed on ...Article : 134 words
National paper money is an economic instrument. Skilfully used, it works wonders As an illustration, the case of a market, constructed on the island of Guernsey, may be cited. The material wealth of that ...Article : 1,204 words
Our dates by the Burra Burra are to the l5th instant:—THE REFORM BILL. The second reading of the Reform Bill was carried in ...Article : 2,975 words
One of the most shock's [?] it has ever been our (Daily News, 4th January) lot record occurred two days since, at Mountain Ash, South [?] to a man named David Thomos, who earned his bread as a ...Article : 846 words
We recently noticed that Mr Frederick Robert Lees, a barrister, practising in Hobart Town, has been sentenced by Mr Lowe, the Commissioner of the Court of Requests in that colony, who has held the appointment ...Article : 553 words
Sporting appears to be at a discount in Hobart Town, judging from the following, which we find in the Mercury:—We regret to hear that a considerable difficulty exists in filling up the various races for the ...Article : 522 words
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