IN my last I put you in possession of some particulars of the capture of the aboriginal "Harry," by Mr. John Humphries, of Borah, for the murder of Mrs. Milla, of Gundebri, on Hall's Creek. After being safely deposited ...Article : 1,615 words
WHEREA it is expedient to make better provision for the alternation of Crown lands Be it enacted by the Queen's most excellent Mejesty by and with the advice and consent of the Legistative Council and Legistative ...Article : 6,068 words
SIR,—At the risk of being called a grumbler, the driver of a milk cart; and an unreasonable man, I trouble you with the following lines:- You have, Sir, rendered the residents of Newtown no ...Article : 188 words
SIR,—I beg that you will have the goodness to make known through the columns of the Empire, that I have received a parcel of the seed of the tobacco plant of the following kinds, viz.:-Havanah, Domingo, and ...Article : 649 words
The neighbourhood of the Court was thronged from an early hour this morning (26th August), the news having gone abroad of the clever capture of the three notorious bushrangers who stuok up Mr. Brennan's ...Article : 2,711 words
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