From time to time, and from various sources, the public has received intelligence, authenticated or unauthenticated, of the discovery of relics and traces of Leichardt, the ...Article : 1,926 words
In the Import markets this week a fair amount of business altogether has been done. There has been no speculative Inquiry, but for some time past stocks with all the dealers have been allowed to run down ...Article : 5,073 words
Mr. C. VAUGHAN reports:—"The supply of hay this week has been unusually large, and owing to the showery weather of the past two days a good deal coming to hand has been damaged to some extent; ...Article : 558 words
We report as follows of the week's transactions and of the state of the market:- SATURDAY EVENING. There has been a very marked improvement in the ...Article : 4,540 words
Sir,—Boing a stranger in the colonies, I have no other way of informing Mr. Minton's friends of his probable death except through the medium of your papor. I undorstood he ...Article : 982 words
Trade during the week has been quiet, but the transactions have been up to the average, the stocks of many bakers and retail dealers having run low. For best flour £16 5s. may be queted as the maximum, ...Article : 641 words
Sir,—Respecting your article of 15th inst., I quite agree with you in taking the part of a hard-working and poor man; aud if the corporation officials would only look, for ...Article : 589 words
Sir,—During a period of 20 years the passage via the Cape has never once been done at a speed of 8½ knots, and that is under the average of the mail time via Galle. The Clyde ...Article : 427 words
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