Mr. E. C. Cracknell, Major Commanding the Torpedo Corps of this colony, writes to the Argus, from Menzie's Hotel, Melbourne, as follows, respecting the Cerberus torpedo ...Article : 950 words
[Herald.]—The Kempsey wharf, at the foot of Belgrave-street, is repeatedly so crowded with goods and produce, as to cause serious inconvenience, and an enlargement is ...Article : 2,836 words
R. M. S. Kashgar, with the English arrived here to-day, from Galle. The [?]r brings the following passengers for [?]:—Messrs. Webster, Wilson, Murray, ...Article : 1,284 words
We take the following late messages from the S. M. Herald:- St. Petersburg, May 11. His Majesty the Czar has to-day issued an ...Article : 485 words
After six years patient toil, involving a deeper descent into tho bowels of the earth than has been reached by any similar effort, the Ashton Moss Colliery Company have, within the past few days, ...Article : 352 words
As there is a large business connection between Maitland and other northern towns and Melbourne, we publish the following time table for general information, which ...Article : 255 words
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