Some three or four years ago a new system of dealing with the demand for water supply in the country districts was adopted by the Government of the day at ...Article : 8,945 words
The death is announced of Captain Alexander Lawrence. ...Article : 27 words
The Full Court have reserved their decision upon the special case brought before it in connection with the action brought by Mr. E. V. Browne to recover damages from the Crown ...Article : 441 words
The R.M.S. .Shannon, Murray commander, arrived here from Colombo at 7.30 a.m. The following are the saloon passengers :— For Albany—Mr. Readhead, Miss ...Article : 93 words
To one who has at any time visited the hot lake district of New Zealand the terrible news just telegraphed of the great volcanic outbreak in the North Island ...Article : 4,644 words
King Louis, who has Lean declared insane, and was deposed from the throne of Bavaria, committed suicide to-day by drowning himself in Lake Starnberg ...Article : 48 words
The Greek Premier. M. Delyannis, who is generally regarded as responsible for the Position in which Greece now finds herself, has at last resigned. M. Tricoupis refusing to take ...Article : 882 words
Mr. Gladstone has issued an electoral manifesto to his constituents of Midlothian, which, referring to the rejection of the Bill for the government of ...Article : 88 words
A serious outbreak of religious feeling is reported from Sligo, where the Catholics assuming the offensive attacked Protestant dwellings, and wrecking many ...Article : 57 words
The Messageries s.s. Yarra, which sailed from Marseilles, left here to-day outwards. ...Article : 16 words
A dreadful accident occurred early on Saturday morning at the Coolringdon station, near Cooma. On Friday night a man named Palmer went to visit an old couple named ...Article : 197 words
The actual state of affairs caused by the recent outbreak at the hot lakes yet remains a matter of considerable uncertainty. There is still continuous active volcanic disturbance ...Article : 431 words
The Government have refitted the old barque Beatrice for the purpose of a smallpox hospital, and the contractors have performed the work of transformation in such a manner ...Article : 224 words
St. Patrick's Cathedral was thronged the greater part of to-day by a stream of visitors who came to show respect to the remains of the late Archbishop Goold, which are lying in ...Article : 232 words
Mr. Murray Smith, ex Agent-General for Victoria, was entertained at a banquet by a large and enthusiastic gathering of citizens at the Town Hall to-night to celebrate his return ...Article : 237 words
Mr. Gillies has been favored with a communication from the Government of New South Wales, stating that a suggestion had been made to them for destroying rabbits in a ...Article : 214 words
Sir—The Government are now and have been assiduously looking for further means of raising taxes without injuring private persona or the country, and I will suggest one that would not ...Article : 242 words
A magnificent whale is stranded near Yatala Harbor, on the eastern shore of Spencer's Gulf, between Port Pirie and Port Augusta, and directly at the back of Howe's farm. Two ...Article : 190 words
The Shaw-Saville steamer Lyttelton hat become a total wreck, her decks being completely smashed up. She has been finally abandoned by the underwriters. ...Article : 54 words
This afternoon a daughter of Mrs. Fails, aged about 13 years, met with a misfortune at East Auburn. One of Gray's carrier waggons was passing with a German waggon attached ...Article : 84 words
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