THE debate in committee of supply on the allowances usually given to the Governor was not creditable to some of the members who spoke in it. The hinted ...Article : 2,021 words
"Brave Peers of Queensland, pillars of the State." —shakespeare (with the chill of.) MYSELE and my brother legislators are smitten with the disease of retrenchment. ...Article : 572 words
Latest advices from the Cape announce that the British continue to advance into Zululand unopposed, A junction had been effected between the difference columns, and ...Article : 46 words
His Excellency the Lieutenaut-Governer to-day prorogued Parliament until August 26, the usual attendant ceremonies being observed. His Excellency's speech was merely a ...Article : 252 words
News from Capetown announces the arrival of Sir Garnet Wolsley and staff on June 20. He was intending to proceed to Nation the 21st, there to assume the supreme ...Article : 39 words
Sir Garnet Wolesley has arrived at Nat., d. and at once started for Fort Durnford. ...Article : 24 words
Mr. Murphy for defendants; and Mr. Rea for the Crown. Patrick O'Keofe, a, selector on Felton, said he had been summoned to show cause why ...Article : 2,885 words
Advices from the Cape to July 1 announce the arrival of an envoy from Cetywayo at the British camp with fresh Proposals for peace. ...Article : 100 words
The transport ship, Orontes, with the remains of the late Prince Imperial, arrived from the Cape to-day, The body was conveyed to Chiselhurst, when an imposing ...Article : 77 words
At a meeting of the Clerks and Shopmen's Relief Fund committee, it was stated that there had been nearly 500 applications for assistance, in most cases for temporary ...Article : 65 words
At a banquet in the Crystal Palace this evening, Lord Cranbrook, Secretary of State for India, in the course of a speech, stated that Yakoob Khan ii honestly fulfilling the ...Article : 80 words
The Lady Bowen, s., arrived in Keppil Bay this afternoon, having spent the greater part of the day at Masthead Reel, near the wreck of the Tambaroors. Captain Cottier ...Article : 348 words
FRANCE is a prolific producer of poultry and eggs. "In Normandy," says an old paper, "where the Crevecoeurs are principally raised, they have a curious fashion of ...Article : 884 words
Signor Cairoli, formerly President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs, has succeed in forming a new Ministry. ...Article : 27 words
In the House of Commons to-day, the discussion on the Army Discipline Bill was resumed. An amendment, which had been previously introduced by Lord Hartington ...Article : 56 words
SIR,—I noticed in your issue of the 14th instant, a reply from Mr. Kates, one of our members, to a "Darling Downs Elector," but should not have taken any ...Article : 173 words
The Educational Bill introduced by Jules Ferly, Minister for Public Instruction, has passed the Chamber of Deputies by 352 votes against 151. ...Article : 28 words
In consequence of the obstruction of the Irish members in the House of this evening, the Speaker delegated an official to take special minutes of the debates. ...Article : 106 words
THIS is a semi-tropical fruit, but little known as yet. Varous varieties have been introduced from the East and West Indies, South America, and ...Article : 336 words
I SUPPOSE, Mr. Editor, you saw Mr.Groom's leader in the issue of the 15th inst, about bacon and corn. He says that the farmers could get a shilling per lb, for ...Article : 139 words
There has been a serious outbreak of yellow fever in Memphis, Tennessee. ...Article : 21 words
The Select Committee of the House of Commons appointed to enquire into the wine duties has issued a report recommending the extension of the shilling per gallon ...Article : 47 words
A new Canadian four per cent loan of £3,OO0,000 has been issued at 95, and proved completely successful. ...Article : 24 words
In answer to Mr. Beck, permit me to say that if he does not wish his name to be used why is he so fast in getting up petitions? I am informed by undoubted ...Article : 216 words
The Cuzco, a, from Australia, arrived at Suez to day. ...Article : 13 words
The annual race meeting of the Marborough Tarf Club opened to-day. There was a fair attendance and good racing, and the weather was fine. The "totaliser" was well ...Article : 198 words
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