September 5.—H.M.S. Challenger, Commodore Lambert, from a cruise; H.I.M.S. La Somme, from Reunion; H.I.M.S. Cyclope, from Noumea. September 6.—Vooruit, ship, Logger, from Rotterdam via ...Article : 299 words
The site of the above building is between Botany-street and the Railway, adjoining the ground of the Chippendale Wesleyan Chapel. The building stands entirely clear on all sides, one principal front being towards Botany-street, the other ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 484 words
Pursuant to arrangements made several weeks since, his Excellency the Governor left Sydney for Brisbane on the 11th inst., and arrived there on the evening of the 13th; on the following day he was present at the prorogation of Parliament; from ...Article : 436 words
The Rev. J. A. Byrne has been appointed Roman Catholic chaplain at Darlinghurst gaol, from the 1st ultimo. The Bishop of Sydney is at present on a farewell tour in the Western districts, which will shortly become the diocese of ...Article : 527 words
THE weather during the past month has been of the strangest character, changing suddenly from unseasonable warmth to still more unseasonable cold. The 9th proved a red letter day, as being the date of one of the most seyere snow storms ever known ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 223 words
This blood-thirsty rebel, who for months past has set at defiance the efforts of the New Zealand Government, was one of the East Coast natives who were deported to the Chatham Islands, but afterwards made their escape, again raised the ...Article : 580 words
Depredations by the blacks are still reported by the squatters of Northern Queensland, where heavy losses have been inflicted on flocks and herds. Their attacks are generally planned so as to take the shepherd unawares, and very frequently a murder ...Article : 83 words
Parliament was prorogued on the 14th inst, by his Excellency the Governor. The wheat crops in the neighbourhood of Toowoomba are reported to be in a highly satisfactory condition. The sugar ...Article : 494 words
THE A.S.N. Company's steamer Balclutha, while conveying the South Australian mails to King George's Sound, met with a serious disaster, which, had it not been for the "pluck" of her commander, Captain Grainger, and the efforts of his crew, must ...Article : 655 words
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