THE Fourth Exhibition of the Moreton Bay Horticultural Society, was held in the Hall of the School of Arts, on Tuesday last; and although the fruits and vegetables made a very scanty ...Article : 587 words
Jan. 8. Torch, H.M. steamer, 340 tons, Lieut. Ohimmo, commander, from Sydney, 20th ult. and Port Stephens 5th inst. DEPARTURE. ...Article : 697 words
By the courtesy of Colonel Macarthur, Dep[?] Adjutant-General, we have been favoured with the following official account of the rencontre of the military with the diggers at Ballaarat, on the ...Article : 3,010 words
SIR,—The man who holds that "promises are like pie-crust, only to be broken" is one not worthy of credit in any shop; but when this promise-breaking is extended to children whose Industry ...Article : 248 words
THE Sydney Morning Herald thus sums up the evidence given before the Legislative Council Committee, on the subject of adopting coercive measures for the furtherance of "Tee-total" ...Article : 1,358 words
THE Annual General Meeting of this Institution took place on Thursday evening. There were but few of the members present at the hour of meeting, and ultimately therr was but a thin ...Article : 642 words
CHRISTMAS Day, Boxing Day, and New Year's Day were kept here with due solemnity, signalised at first by churchgoing, and a very tranquil domestic festivity, followed up by cricket matches, ...Article : 2,819 words
A VAST majority of the inhabitants of the Northern districts having long struggled, alone and unaided, to bring about that separation from New South Wales ...Article : 1,374 words
SIR,— D'sraeli said, with reference to the erection of a status to Lord Goorge Bentinok, "When you talk of doing a man in marble, it is time to enquire what he has done to deserve it?" And ...Article : 882 words
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