The appointment of the Grand Duke Nicholas as Inspector-General of the Russian Army will shortly take place. His reconciliation with the Czar is complete. ...Article : 2,634 words
On the evening of Sunday last, a funeral sermon for the late Rev. B. Chapman was preached in the Wesleyan Church in this town. For such a thoroughly wet night the ...Article : 272 words
Sir Bryan O'Loghlen delivered his financial[?] statement for the year in the Assembly this afternoon. He stated that the Estimates of the previous Treasurer were very nearly ...Article : 870 words
During the heavy S.W. gale blowing on Friday morning some excitement was caused about 11 a.m., by the firing of signal guns from Allan's Hill, announcing a craft in ...Article : 671 words
Dr. Pearson preached to a large congregation at Tinonee on Saturday afternoon. On Sunday morning the Bishop administered the rite of confirmation to over eighty young ...Article : 447 words
SIR,—Referring to a letter 17th September, in your issue of 20th, signed Isaac Gorrick, bearing upon an Act now passed by the Legislature, "investing Hospital funds in the ...Article : 416 words
Special case for the consideration of the Court under the Act. 13 Vic, No. 8. Mr. Backhouse, instructed by the Crown Solicitor, appeared to support the conviction. ...Article : 377 words
SIR—It may be of interest to the sheepowners of the district to learn that since the present cold rain has set in, dingoes have been more numerous than has been known ...Article : 128 words
More than usual interest was imparted to the meeting of the Land League in Dublin on Aug. 2 by the presence of Mr. Parnell who presided. He said that, owing to an unexpected occurrence on the previous ...Article : 314 words
It seems to be a characteristic failing of most coachmen to lay the lash upon a hor[?] that exhibits fear at an object in the street [?] beside the road. Mr. Bergh, President of ...Article : 201 words
SIR,—In your issue of the 20th inst. your Muswellbrook correspondent has given what he calls a report of the proceedings at a meeting of the members of the Upper Hunter ...Article : 419 words
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