At four o'clock last Monday afternoon the officers of the Central Telegraph Office, and Mr. L. J. Stirling, on behalf of the gentlemen employed in the Fremantle Post and ...Article : 3,410 words
In two former papers on this subject we have traced the development of the present difficulties to the arbitrary powers which the law placed in the hands of the ...Article : 1,702 words
It will be remembered that last month we received from London a telegram stating that the captain and some of the crew of the barque Lady Douglas had been charged ...Article : 831 words
Mr. SHENTON asked (1st), The date of Mr. Hancock's appointment us Superintendent of Telephones; (2), To what vote has his salary been charged; (3). The ...Article : 1,674 words
THE SPEAKER took the chair at 12.10 p.m. QUESTION. In reply to Mr. Sholl the Director of ...Article : 358 words
Hayes's Great Australian Circus again performed to a fairly filled house at Premantle on Wednesday night. The second and third class seats were mnch is demand, ...Article : 408 words
The Speaker took the Chair at 7 p.m. QUESTIONS. Mr. SHENTON asked the Director of Public Works:—1st. The date on which the ...Article : 623 words
Few were the months in our midst he dwelt, By many a friend his loss is felt. Memory will kindly thoughts convey Of his genial bearing and kindly way; ...Article : 93 words
In our first paper on this question we briefly traced the history of the Highland clans of Scotland in order to depict more clearly the original position of the crofters. ...Article : 2,076 words
This famous case being now at an end, as, by the late judgment of the Supreme Court, Mr. Horgan was declared from ...Article : 182 words
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