SIR,—In answer to your correspondents "Progress" and "Traction," I would state that the system published in your issue of the 14th September, is a surface road, requiring ...Article : 511 words
LAST night Sir JOHN FORREST, as Colonial Treasurer, delivered his fifth budget speech under the reformed constitution. Without discussing whether ...Article : 1,326 words
SIR,—In the WESTERN MAIL of the 8th inst., I notice an effusion over the signature of George F. Pearce, in which the writer in referring to the strike at Hannan's, accuses me ...Article : 130 words
SIR,—If I had not already been indebted to you for a small portion of your space in which to ventilate this question, I should not now request you to extend to me the further ...Article : 771 words
SIR,—As a visitor to Perth, the capital of the coming colony, I have for the last two or three days been conjecturing what its possible future may be if its wants and expanding ...Article : 1,558 words
SIR,—In reading your leader of this morning upon the above subject, the conclusion was forced upon me that, though your observations generally were favourable to the ...Article : 292 words
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