THE results of the autumn sitting, so far as they have gone, are certainly instructive, and in many respects curious. The Ministerial whips calculated upon a majority of fifty upon ...Article : 1,624 words
YESTERDAY was a busy day with those who cater for the indulgent buyers of the festive season, and this day will no doubt be still more busy. The progress made so far in shop ...Article : 1,599 words
THE recent strike of tailoresses at Messrs. Beath, Scheiss, and Co.'s factory in Melbourne has brought to light a state of things that one can hardly believe possible in ...Article : 5,789 words
FIFTEEN women have been killed by an explosion in the cartridge factory at Fort Valerien. FRANCE AND MADAGASCAR. ...Article : 440 words
A most deplorable event has occurred here. Yesterday afternoon it was reported to the police that Miss Edwards, who had charge of the millinery department in Messrs. Alexander ...Article : 319 words
Mr. Unwin, of the Colonial Secretary's Department, has been appointed private secretary to his Excellency the Governor, in place of Mr. Bloxsome, resigned. ...Article : 1,636 words
The Right Hon. Henry Fawcett, PostmasterGeneral, who has for some time been seriously ill, is now gradually recovering. BREDIF AND THE FINANCIAL ...Article : 420 words
SIR,—Will you allow me room for a word or two? By your telegraphic information this morning I see that the Planters' Association of Maryborough have resolved to communicate ...Article : 251 words
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