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  2. LIFE IN NEW ZEALAND.—LOST IN THE BUSH.

    THE preceding sketch of this series left the writer located at the home of a friend in the— district, Wellington province, far away from the basy haunts of the white men, and were one saw ...

    Article : 2,055 words
  3. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    THE Canterbury Press of August 27, says,— There has been no native news for some weeks past, at any rate nothing that is worth making a special note of. An occasional paragraph in a ...

    Article : 2,750 words
  4. RAVENSWOOD

    IT will be still in the recollection of your readers that Mr. R. S. Lord, on behalf of a Gympie company, agreed to place the wellknown Central crushing machinery on this ...

    Article : 1,598 words
  5. CROWN LAND SALES.

    A Government Gazette was issued on Monday, rescinding all previous proclamations in connection with the unalienated surveyed lands in and around the township reserves of ...

    Article : 1,021 words
  6. SOUTH SEA ISLANDERS REDRESSING THEIR GRIEVANCES.

    WE gather the following peculiar details from the Samoan Reporter, a missionary journal, published at Samoa, South Pacific:- The Schooner Atlantic (owned, we believe, ...

    Article : 1,995 words
  7. REEF-SALTING AT BALLARAT.

    IT has fallen to the lot of twe Castlemaine miners, John Cawson and William Hannon, to make a most important discovery and to open up a new reef which ia likely to exercise a most ...

    Article : 1,262 words
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