The enthusiasm relative to the formation of volunteer corps in the country districts has reached Albury. About 100 volunteers have handed in their names to Mr. Cooper. As about ...Article : 767 words
The committee appointed to collect exhibits for the Queensland court in the forthcoming Colonial and Indian Exhibition to be held in London, has been allowed to draw on the ...Article : 40 words
The Daly River Plantation Company has been floated with a capital of £10,000, to take over the concession of 10,000 acres at the Daly River, which was promised by the Government to the ...Article : 89 words
Albert Withers, a fruiterer in Firebrace-street, Horsham, was arrested in that town on Friday, on the charge of having robbed Mr. Charles Rennison's shop of jewellery of the value of £300. ...Article : 182 words
Several German colonists, in consequence of the offers of the German Government, desire to try their fortunes in the German portion of New Guinea A strong opinion is expressed by other ...Article : 270 words
THE SHOW.—The fourth animal show in connection with the Macleay A. H. and I. Association, was opened on Thursday. The weather was fine throughout the day. Over 2000 persons were ...Article : 489 words
Dr. Linton, the newly-appointed Bishop of Riverina, who was a passenger by the mail steamer Rome, which arrived on Sunday, was received by Dr. Kennion, Bishop of Adelaide, and ...Article : 93 words
News has been received trom Fiji tnat a quantity of wreckage has floated ashore at Viti Levu. The wreckage apparently belongs to a large vessel, and portions of it bear the name "Nil ...Article : 46 words
A sad case of suicide took place in the watchhouse on Saturday morning. Senior-constable Fitzmaurice arrested a man named Martin Colk, a chemist, who had been in the employment of ...Article : 139 words
The proprietors of the Blair and, Bangor slate quarries have offered to give the Immigration Board a cheque for £2100 to bring out 100 workmen. They have also agreed that the Government ...Article : 50 words
The Premier has arrived as a a definite understanding with General Scratchley in regard to the arrangements for the New Guinea Protectorate, subject to modification, if necessary. ...Article : 91 words
The recent wreck of the Swedish barque Lune, off Cliffy Island, and the grounding of the steamer Wendouree between Waterloo Point and Wilson's Promontory, have recalled attention to the ...Article : 145 words
The weather waa exceedingly wet yesterday, but there was a fair attendance, abont 1500 persons having been on the ground during the day. The jumpingy as is usually the case, received a large share of ...Article : 574 words
The Crown Law Department has decided to present Barnes before the police court early next month, on the charge of having wilfully murdered Mr. J. B. Slack. It is said that his "insanity," ...Article : 100 words
Some of the light-fingered gentry from the metropolis have been making things lively for the housekeepers in Maitland lately. Some time ago Mr. Ward, a storekeeper, was relieved of about ...Article : 105 words
An old offender, who gave the name of John Smith, was arrested in Horsham on Tuesday, on suspicion of having broken into the Colonial Bank in Natimuk on the 23rd ultimo. He was loafing ...Article : 97 words
A passenger by the Koonoowarra has said that two passengers by the Ringarooma left by the first train on the arrival of that ship in Sydney. One passenger also was going to Bathurst. It is ...Article : 221 words
Following is the passenger list of the Orient Co.'s R.M.S. Potosi, which arrived here from London yesterday:—For Sydney: Dr. and Mrs. Morgan and family, Mr. ana Mrs. Critohison, Mr. and Mrs. ...Article : 232 words
The ketch P. T. M. arrived in Cooktown on Tuesday afternoon from Brooker Island, New Guinea. She reported that on January 31 last Frank Gerret, the master of that vessel, was ...Article : 183 words
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