SIR.—In consequenes of the strong feeing which has been, and still is, manifested by the Government of this Colony, and these of the sister colonies, to make alterations to their respective tariff, I again venture to ask a ...Article : 3,901 words
THE Court of Queen's Bench has had before it a mass of evidence which may be useful to Mr. Kinglake in preparing a future volume of his History of he Crimean War. The difficulty which ...Article : 2,335 words
WE have papers from Hobart Town to the 15th instant, and from Launceston to the same date. SALMON OVA.—In a letter received by the present mail, addressed to Dr. Officer, Chairman of the Salmon ...Article : 218 words
Our own neighbours have remained tolerably quiat until the day before yesterday. It being known that the natives wert|killing steep on the Omata bush farms—the heads of sheep aod dead lambs having been seen lying ...Article : 430 words
THE subjoined extracts, from New Zealand Papercr, in addition to those given in our summary of yesterday, will show how well the colonists there appreciate the aid Bsnt from this and the neigbouring colonies; and with ...Article : 1,534 words
THE annual ploughing match of the Argrle Agricultural and Hortioultural Society came off on Thursday last in Mr. Frederick Wabsters paddock at Garroorigang. It was a source of very general regret that, ...Article : 1,215 words
MODERN REFINEMENT.—" Suson," said o finely-dreseed lady to her servant the other day, when the butcher calls tell him that, in addition to the lamb, we shall also require an extremity." "Yes, m'm," said [?] ...Article : 121 words
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