MR. HART moved that leave of absence for fourteen days be granted to the hon. Louis Hope. Mr. BUZACOTT would not oppose the motion, but he could not help expressing his opinion that ...Article : 3,085 words
The gale and rain continued all night, and at present there is no sign of a break, except that it is not blowing quite so hard as it has been. This morning the flood-water at Windsor had ...Article : 467 words
BEFORE his Hono[?] the Chief Justice and a ju[?]y consisting of Messrs. Robe[?] Birley, George Cowlishaw, Henry Parker, and John Bur[?] BELL AND OTHERS v. GULLAND. ...Article : 1,500 words
SIR,—In your issue of this morning appears the very extraordinary statement that, at the licensing meeting of yesterday, the transfer to me of this hotel was refused by the licensing ...Article : 151 words
In the Times of July 11 appears an account of the naval action off Iquique, from the pen of an officer on board her Majesty's ship Turquoise, which vessel has been sailing in Peruvian waters ...Article : 1,369 words
A most destructive fire broke out here this evening, at the corner of the Market Square, fronting Hunter-street, which resulted in the London Tavern and six other buildings—all of ...Article : 92 words
Messrs. Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report:— 1550 head cattle yarded. These sold at fully 10s. below late quotations. We disposed of 100 head Queensland bullocks, averaging £8 4s, 3d., and a ...Article : 109 words
THE ruling, or rather the opinion expressed by the hon. the President of the Legislative Council on Tuesday ovening last, as to the right of that House to alter or amend the Loan Bill, is of ...Article : 1,171 words
SIR,—Corporate bodies, while freely blamed for their shortcomings, generally get but small credit for their good works. I think the good works lately undertaken by the Brisbane ...Article : 162 words
Of six persons injured in escaping from the late fire at Dunedin two have since died. The remains of twelve bodies have been found among the debris. There is no suspicion that ...Article : 896 words
SIR,—Would you kindly permit a traveller from a neighboring colony to bring a matter before your traffic manager for railways whereby not a few passengers by last night's train from ...Article : 269 words
SIR,—I am surprised at Mr. Bennett's letter; and that he should think it a full remedy for my real grievance. In the first place I am not aware that he over lost a negative of mine; in the ...Article : 607 words
BEFORE the police-magistrate and other justices of the peace. DRUNKENNESS.—Joseph Donnelly, for this offence, was fined 20s., with the alternative of ...Article : 667 words
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