A meeting of about 600 persons was addressed by Mr. Munro, M.L.A., at the Carlton-hull, Reilly-street, last night. Alderman O'Grady presided. The Hon. R. D. Reid, ...Article : 4,802 words
The following account from a correspondent of the Cape Argus describes the success of the force led by Lord Chelmsford to the relief of Ekowe, where Colonel Pearson with ...Article : 3,908 words
The Court was occupied all yesterday morning in reviewing evidence in cases in which judgment had been reserved, and did not sit in public until 2 o'clock. ...Article : 772 words
A strange ease was heard at the police court to-day, when a man named William Briscoe, a farmer at Teesdale, was brought up charged with lunacy. Mr. Higgins appeared ...Article : 360 words
A practical demonstration of the utility of the safety hook, which has recently been introduced into many mines for coupling the cage with the rope, was afforded in ...Article : 637 words
The market has been quite devoid of excitement to-day, and as a general rule prices have eased a little; but the change has been in most cases of little importance, ...Article : 1,033 words
The following is the Reform Bill winch the Hon. R. D. Reid, M.L.C., at Mr. Munro's meeting last night, said he intended to propose in the Legislative Council on the ...Article : 506 words
Sir,—In a letter to you explanatory of his vote on the Wright and Orr dock question, Mr. Clement Hodgkinson says:—"Although the ground in dispute constitutes an ...Article : 238 words
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