as acknowledgement of [?]ness by them at her hands. Sir Alfred Stephen has given notice in the Legislative Council for the revival of ...Article : 245 words
Papers have been published in connection with the Victorian deadlock, among than a despatch from Sir Michal Hicks Beach dated February 17, in which he repeats the ...Article : 150 words
DEAR Sir,—As you might like to publish the rainfall that has been in this neighborwood during the last few days, I enclose copy of my register:—Friday morning, February ...Article : 122 words
SIR,—I see "Your Own" has answered my letter in tho issue of the 5th instant he says I told him I had fifty acres of wheat. I never told him such a thins. If he ...Article : 203 words
[?]Worship, M. De Marcerc, has resigned in consequence of his character been at tacked. ...Article : 191 words
Friday has been proclaimed a public holiday in consequence of the return match with Lord Marris team. The Victorian Government have decided ...Article : 304 words
SIR,—Drayton being the first town on the Downs there is nothing events in it claiming some of the great events of the day. The great is : An old man, between eighty and ...Article : 607 words
OUR CREEK is now running for the firs time for some months, and I am glad to say that the dam seems to the the pressure well. ...Article : 415 words
The escapees who arrived from New Caledon a have all left town. Foor of them weak to Toowoomba by rail yesterday, and two this morning; two went in the direction of ...Article : 158 words
THIS match, which was commenced on the Aulngny ground on Saturday, February 23rd, and completed on March 1st, we looked upon as a very good one, especially as there were ...Article : 798 words
It is proverbial that it never rains but it pours, which was fulfilled to our hearts' content yesterday and last night, the runs of which caused the creeks to run for the ...Article : 228 words
The Piako took fire at Pernambuoo, and had to be scuttled. The Lyttelton hat arrived with immigrants, after a voyage of 155 days. She ...Article : 2,476 words
The Queens[?] in charge of Lieutenant O'Connor, arrived at Albury by special conveyance on Thursday. Captain Standish, the Victorian ...Article : 208 words
The Editor does not hold himself responsible for any opinions which may appear in this column. Correspondents are required their name and address, not necessarily for publication, but as a ...Article : 49 words
It being such a long time since I have sent you a line I thought perhaps you might be glad to hear from mo once more. As usual, the first thing is the weather, and I am ...Article : 384 words
Sir,—Mr. Hartmann does his spiriting so gently, with such evident sincerity, that I am almost 10th to point out to him that he entirely misapprehends the meaning of the ...Article : 225 words
SIR,—Herewith we enclose for publication n copy of a letter presented by us on this morning to the Hon. Thomas M'Ilwraith, in which e have faithfully set forth the wants ...Article : 203 words
At a meeting of the Ladies Working Association an influential committee was formed for the sale of article manufactured by ladies. ...Article : 353 words
Sir,—In reference to a letter signed "M. S. Culhane," which appeared in your last Saturday'* issue, where he trios to contradiet the statement made by " Your Own" in a ...Article : 226 words
Sir,—The object we have in view in waiting upon ypu is to draw your attention to the unsatisfactory and position in which the conditional purchase who have ...Article : 785 words
I HAVE very good newS to tell. Since February 28 to date, 9 49 inches of rainhave fallen, 950 tons of water per acre is indeed a God-send, I was the word in a [?] ...Article : 477 words
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