Sir,—I read with much pleasure, in the Empire of the 26th instant, your remarks, suggesting a readjustment of our land system, based on the recognition of grasing as a permanent interest. There is great ...Article : 507 words
In a communication addressed by Mr. John Thomas Smith, to Mr. Piddington, M.L.A., he gives the following list of sufferers by the floods in that district:— List of persons driven from their homes by the late ...Article : 1,403 words
Beyond all doubt, the monster meeting, held on Thursday evening last, was the largest country gathering that has ever been assembled within the period of the colony's history. The audience could not have ...Article : 510 words
On Thursday and Friday week last, from the tenor of the telegrams from Gundagai and other places, from the large quantities of rain which had fallen in the district, and from the black, lowering, and generally ...Article : 2,352 words
Sir,—In your issue of the 29th ultimo appears a letter from Mr. C. W. Harwood, which embraces such a variety of subjects that it is rather puzzling to settle which of them to answer. However, there are two ...Article : 334 words
Sir,—In your issue of Saturday last. I notice a letter signed by a Mr. Harwood, organist of St. Andrew's Temporary Cathedral. The purport of the letter seems to be to set forth the desirability of having an ...Article : 662 words
JULY 1.—A match come off on the green between the Campbelltownians and the Appinites, on the 25th instant. The Campbelltownians were victorious. C. Morriss and T. Hurley both distinguished ...Article : 523 words
Sir,—I wish to call the attention of my brother Volunteers to the fact that a few commissioned officers have met together, and drawn up a bill, and intend to present the same to the Colonial Secretary, to try and ...Article : 3,527 words
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