By the arrival of the s.s. Otago we have New Zealand intelligence to the 18th inst His Excellency Sir James Fergusson left ...Article : 1,322 words
The weather for the first day of this meeting was all that could be desired for a day's racing. There was a bright warm sun, with a pleasant breeze blewing, and but little ...Article : 1,468 words
There is no improvement in the market for breadstuffs to note since the week opened Business continucs dell, and prices are far from steady. Quotations are:—Flour, £13 (bags returned); pollard, 1s. ...Article : 5,536 words
The second of a series of lectures on "Science and Faith," by Mr. David Blair, under the auspices of the Melbourne Young Men's Christian Association, was delivered ...Article : 1,390 words
There was about the usual amount of business done to-day, with a few more outside orders to execute, but there was not much life in the market. Winter's Freehold had ...Article : 954 words
In all cities in the old world which have any pretension to that settled civilisation cut of which art culture springs like the fairest flower of the richest soil, the advent ...Article : 1,432 words
The unfortunate man Reynolds, who absconded from Melbourne about a fortnight since with a buggy belonging to Mr Garton is not likely to be seen again alive, as his ...Article : 800 words
Sir,—If your correspondent "A Working Man," who seems ashamed of his right name, had called at my office, he might have saved himself the trouble of rushing into print. ...Article : 314 words
A gas company has been floated at Maryborough, and operations are to be commenced at once. Larceny of a novel kind is reported by the ...Article : 259 words
Mr. Gandler, district coroner, held an inquest on Wednesday, the 25th inst., at the Pentridge Stockade, on the body of Roderick M'Rae, a prisoner of the Crown, Mr. ...Article : 245 words
Please choose from the following download options:
Share this item on:
Print page as...
It's easy and takes two shakes of a lamb's tail!
With your Trove account you can: