THE brief debate which took place in the Legislative Council over the Address in Reply to the Governor's speech presents some features demanding ...Article : 2,918 words
A ploughing thatch, under the auspices of the North Gippsland Agricultural Society, was held on Friday in Coto's paddock, on the Maffra road. Although only ...Article : 718 words
In his report on this subject, to which we have already referred, Mr R. A. F. Murray recommends that seams should be driven into and traced by trenching ...Article : 558 words
The manager of the Long Tunnel Company reports :—Sixth Level.—The north drive at this level is 376 feet to the fact, with a good quality of stone. Fifth Level. ...Article : 746 words
The death of the oldest and ablest of Australian divines is announced in the H. T. Mercury. We refer to the late Ven. Archdeacon Brown, of Launceston, ...Article : 323 words
In my last stated that I would give you a full account of how the new Land Act would work, and I will now try to fulfil that promise by relating the ...Article : 1,597 words
Whenever the history of Australian journalism comes to be written (says the Sydney correspondent of the Argus), the name of John Fairfax will occupy a ...Article : 663 words
A correspondent writes to the Times on the failure of Finzel's great sugar refinery in Bristol, to which we referred in a former issue. The following is an ...Article : 304 words
The Royal Agricultural Society is about to embark on a series of experiments in cattle breeding, and counsel has been taken with Mr Darwin on the ...Article : 377 words
An official Turkish despatch from the Turkish commander states that the Turks attacked and completely defeated the Russians at Batoum. ...Article : 125 words
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