THE monthly meeking of committee was held at the society's room, on Wednesday, 5th instant, at ll a.m. Mr William Wallis in the chair. Members present: Messrs. J. Alger, G. Stephen, G. B. Woodhouse. G. J. ...Article : 619 words
Sir,—It is desirable it should be known, for the benefit of the public, that kerosene oil, which gives off inflammable vapour before being heated to 133 Fah., is unsafe for domestic use. ...Article : 312 words
SIR,—I noticoin your leader of the 25th ultimo, in rofereuce to the drought, you say we must go back to 1839 to find any record of a drought continuing as late as this. I beg to inform you that the drought of 1850 and 1851 continued until ...Article : 179 words
AT the Civil Sittings at Tamworth, on the 11th instant, three cases of some importonce, vfz., H. C, White v. John, George, and James Gallagher, were heard before Mr. Acting-Judge Davis, Messrs. Butler and Healey, instructed by Messrs. ...Article : 1,272 words
Mr. Sydney Burdekin has announced himself as a candidate for the representation of the electoral district of Liverpool Plains in tho Legislative Assembly The Rev. Father Barrow, who was thrown from ...Article : 2,160 words
MR. BOUCAUT, Premier of South Australia, in a speech delivered at Nairne, South Australia, on the 6th inst., made the following novel and astounding announcement. He said:—"I have just had a telegram from ...Article : 1,048 words
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