A thousand tons of salt arrived in Hobson's Bay lately, from Bombay, by the ship Empress, and an application was mada to the Customs department for permission to land the same duty free, on the ground ...Article : 912 words
John Adams was charged with throwing tones to the danger of portons passing in Cumberland-street A second charge was laid of assaulting Mary, Reynolds. This was one of the stone throning fraternity so ...Article : 268 words
The following eztracts are from the "Choir" and 'Musical Reord":— The Danish choral societies, numbering 1500 voices, have held a three days' festival in the Royal ...Article : 1,442 words
Early [?]ing messengers arrived from the front, bring[?] the welcome intelligen e that our forces had map with the rebels at a place called Makeretu, [?] miles inland of [?] ...Article : 1,330 words
Sir,—Will you kindly permit me, through your valuable journal, to draw attention to the feet that at tho election for two city auditors, held on the 15th instant, Mr. Richard Creagh, a dork in the ...Article : 122 words
The news from the West Coast is not by any means more reassuring than that from the other side of the island, Titetowaru, the [?] leader, appears to have advanced within five miles of Wanganui township. ...Article : 172 words
Sir.—I have read with much satisfaction the letter of "A Poor Man " in your issue of to-day, in which he calls the attention of the Mayor and Aldermen of Sydney to the high price charged for bathing at the ...Article : 2,821 words
The following is Titokowaru's letter:— "Weraroa, December 5, 1868. " This is a piece of earnest and sound advice for Whitmore. ...Article : 297 words
A TOUCHING EPISODE OF THE NEW ZEALAND WAR. Connected with the flight of one of the families from Poverty Bay on the occasion of the recent, massacre, the head of one has communicated the ...Article : 963 words
Dear Denia,—Since I wrote you last there are some people here getting their desert; and, from some of the villany which has been hunted out, I may tell you that it speaks well for the colony that there were not ...Article : 1,133 words
OUR expedition was not ended quite satis[?]actorily, Ngatiporou and Ngatikahngaru disagreed. T[?] having saved,a prisoner able to eairy arms, R[?] thought it a bad omen,, Ngatikahungara retnrned, ...Article : 330 words
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