The authoress of vhe following story—extracted from the " Manners and Customs of Society in India "—ssures us she has every ' reason to believe the circumstances perfectly true, as some of them ' came under her own observation. ...Article : 2,555 words
This enjravin from a sketch hy T. F. Balcombe, Esq., represents sheep-washing on the estate of James Chisholm, Esq., M.L.C. The following descriptive account, which was forwarded with the sketch, may not be uninteresting to our readers: ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 216 words
The Adelaide Times has changed hands. It has, we believe, been purchased by a company, who were to enter into possession on Wednesday, 10'th ult. It was rumoured that Major O'Halloran was tobe appointed ...Article : 205 words
The New Zeahnider, in speaking of the opening address of the Superintendent of the Auckland Provincial Council, remarks:- We believe we only express a very general feeling when we say that it reflected high credit on its author, and was. excellently ...Article : 327 words
The Mercantile Assistants' Association purpose giving a grand ball in the Legislative Council Chamber, which has been placed at their disposal by the Hon. the Speaker. The body of a youth was recently found in Sandy Bay, standing ...Article : 371 words
The barque Archer was stranded on the Warnambool beach, on the morning of Tuesday 15th ult. The vessel was nearly ready for sea, and had upwards of a thousand bags of wheat shipped for Sydney, by Messrs. Bateman and Co., the whole of which were ...Article : 704 words
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