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  2. INTERCOLONIAL.

    Parliament has been further prorogued until July 4. A now route to the famous Fish River caves has been opened up across country ...

    Article : 573 words
  3. THE AQUATIC CHAMPIONSHIP.

    On Monday, April 3, Edward Hanlan, of Toronto (Canada), and Robert Watson Boyd, of Middlesborough (formerly of Gateshead-on-Tyne), rowed over the ...

    Article : 829 words
  4. EPITOME OF GENERAL NEWS.

    The Hotham Council has resolved to borrow £4000 for the purpose of erecting a suitable building for a reading-room and library. ...

    Article : 1,495 words
  5. ROADS, ETC.

    SIR,—The commencement of your leading article of the 9th inst. is very characteristic of the Examiner, and contains many truisms which no person will dispute, but when you go ...

    Article : 544 words
  6. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Cook's Straits cable bas been spliced by the repairing steamer Agnes. It has boon ascertained that another Timaru boatman was drowned on Sunday ...

    Article : 50 words
  7. OUR HOBART LETTER.

    All other considerations are lest sight of in view of the general interest taken in the electoral contacts going on, and yet the political excitement is not near so ...

    Article : 1,133 words
  8. OUR VICTORIAN LETTER.

    Bicycles are becoming a nuisance in the city. Just at dusk, when one is going home to his dinner, he runs the risk of being run over at the street corners by ...

    Article : 1,263 words
  9. WEST COAST NOTES.

    There's nothing sure but death, that is true enough, not so the finishing note of mine last week, which reads "weather delightful." After suffering a week's misery from rain and howling ...

    Article : 596 words
  10. DON.

    Our port has been rather dull lately, but is now gain assuming its usual busy appearance, the potato trade having began in earnest. The schooners Annie Taylor and Lilly Hawkins ...

    Article : 449 words
  11. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND COMPANY.

    The annual meeting of this company was held at the offices, London, says the Home News, on April 5, Mr. C. G. Hale in the chair. The chairman said that as ...

    Article : 660 words
  12. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    It was announced at a meeting of the Hospital Board to-day that 35 cases of typhoid fever were under treatment in that institution. ...

    Article : 187 words
  13. PIRINE ON THE ELECTIONS.

    RESPECKIT SIR,—A white syne I telt yo aboot hoo we bankitit Ministers an' hoo we made it profitable tae oursels an' pleasant tae them. I promisit tae tell ye the wie we mak ...

    Article : 950 words
  14. CAMPBELL TOWN

    A and accident occurred here on Tuesday, to a child aged two years, daughter of W. Lee. The little one was attempting to place a potato to roast in front of the fire, but unfortunately ...

    Article : 267 words
  15. THE SUEZ MAIL.

    His Excellency the Administrator of the Government, Sir George Cumine Strahan, has remained at Hobart during the fort-night. ...

    Article : 2,105 words
  16. QUEENSLAND.

    Advices from Thursday Island announce the discovery of a new patch of pearl shell near Booby Island of the finest description. One company obtained in two ...

    Article : 260 words
  17. ANOTHER BYGONE CRACK.

    One fine morning in the month of July, 1 1828, the Chifneys sauntered out together to look at Sir John Shelloy's young things, which had come up to ...

    Article : 1,125 words
  18. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Forest's survey party have landed at Gascoyne, where they will lay out the town. The natives are very troublesome to ...

    Article : 141 words
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