Mr. Herbert Roberte, a younger brother of the champion of England, gave an exhibition of billiards of an extraordinary and novel character at Adelaide on New Year's ...Article : 1,031 words
Sir,—With reference to the letter signed "Anglican[?]s," relative to pauper-burial certificates, which appeared in your issue of the 1st, and to your well-timed remarks thereon ...Article : 973 words
The week being a broken one, and the commencement of the new year, business in the import market has very naturally been affected by the holidays and festivities common to the season, and the week's opera ...Article : 6,204 words
Ovens Gold and Tin, Jan. 2.—Have started three drives from the chamber, one straight across the creek, the other two up and down creek. The up creek drive is in high hard rock with little washdirt, ...Article : 2,089 words
The flour market continues very quiet, nothing of a speculative character being reported, business in every Instance being for trade purposes, and quotations have not altered. Pollard and bran are disposed ...Article : 932 words
Messrs. HASTINGS CUNINGHAM and Co. report:- "Wool.—Our first important sale since the late holidays was held at our stores this afternoon, when a catalogue of 3,000 bales was offered to public ...Article : 2,793 words
Sir,—I have just read a letter in your issue of to-day under the above heading. It speaks of a Protestant lady living at Brighton distributing bouquets of flowers to the ...Article : 433 words
Sir,—Among the inquests cited in to-day's Argus, is one under the heading of "Cruelty to an Apprentice," with regard to which I beg your permission to say a few words. ...Article : 302 words
Messrs. EVERINGHAM, GREENFIELD, and Co. report:- "Since the opening ot the market on Wednesday little business has been transacted. In wheat nothing has been done, though a good inquiry exists for local ...Article : 278 words
Sir,—This morning I was very agreeably surprised to see the red pennant fly at the Post-office flagstaff, being of course under the impression that letters were ready for ...Article : 373 words
Sir,—A letter which appears in this morning's issue, calling attention to the "Paolo Veronese," reminds me of a conversation I [?]ad with Mr. Bosisto last evening. I ...Article : 289 words
DENILIQUIN.—Since our last report the weather has been variable. On Sunday the heat was considerable. On Monday there was a heavy storm of wind and rain, accompanied with some heavy peal[?] of thunder ...Article : 630 words
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