No material change has taken place in the political situation. Sir Patrick Jennings met several of his collegues to-day, and afterwards had an interview with the Governor at ...Article : 2,520 words
Sir,—I note in your issue of December, of last year, that a correspondent, Mr. Cecil W. Poole, sends in a few verses entitled "The Song of the Shearer." This song was written ...Article : 135 words
The weather has been warm for a fortnight now or more; And the shearers have been during might and main: For some have got it before. ...Article : 324 words
Five fresh cases have occurred in which the codlin moth has been discovered in orchards. There are thirty-three properties now affected. ...Article : 196 words
Ho! brothers join me in a song, and this our song shall be; Oh let us shout the choice till it rings from [?] ...Article : 317 words
It is understood that the Hon. J. S. Dodds, I Attorney-General, will take the vacant judge-ship, which will be kept open for a time until he returns. If the new appointment has not ...Article : 115 words
Summonses are being issued against several persons for standing in the Theatre Royal during the performance of a pantomime. The proprietors of the building have also been ...Article : 517 words
Dr. Russel, of Christchurch has been committed for trial on two charges of procuring abortion. There is still a third charge against him. ...Article : 209 words
Sir,-A short time ago, while conversing on the subject of the Shearers' Union, I expressed an opinion on the matter to one of the members of the Union, and was asked by him to ...Article : 874 words
Sir,—I wish to annex a portion of your correspondence column, on behalf of Yatton Goldfield. In your issues of December 1886, and January, have appeared two reports ...Article : 941 words
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