Our last Summary for England was published on the 26th September, and was forwarded from King George's Sound by the Salsette. The present issue will be dispatched ...Article : 143 words
The COMMISSIONER of PUBLIC WORKS laid upon the table papers from the Manager of the Waterworks with reference to proposed schemes of assessment of water-rates. ...Article : 9,151 words
Sir Richard Graves MacDonnell ia about to leave us, his allotted term of service in the colony having expired. We cannot permit His Excellency to quit our shores ...Article : 1,300 words
GOVERNMENT BUSINESS: ORDERS OF THE DAY:— 1. Drainage from Mines Bill: in Committee. 2. Real Property Act Amendment Bill; second ...Article : 468 words
The discussion on Mr. Moorhouse's motion in tho House of Assembly for the removal of Mr. Justice Boothby from the Bench was resumed on tho 27th September. The subject of ...Article : 9,784 words
The weather for the last fortnight has been very changeable, and mostly hot On Sunday last we were visited, with a violent hot wind and duststorm, Monday was vert stormy: thunder and ...Article : 410 words
This day—a dark one in the calendar of the vinegrowers at this neighbourhood—has arrived without the desolating frost which in former years just at this time proved so destructive. Unfortunately in ...Article : 345 words
On Monday last we had a soaking rain, accompanied with a good deal of thunder and lightning, which has in some measure relieved us from the oppressive heat of the atmosphere. Yesterday ...Article : 366 words
Both Houses adjourned on the 3rd October at an early hour on account of the changes about to take place in the Ministry through the resignations of the Chief Secretary and ...Article : 6,975 words
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