TO-DAY we celebrate the birth of the Prince of Wales, and may appropriately publish the following extracts from an article in a recent issue of the London World on English and foreign ...Article : 1,509 words
YESTERDAY morning being the one immediately previous to the first day's running, the work done on the training track was of course not of a sensational character, and with few ...Article : 458 words
THE subject of subjects this week is of course, the Milburn Creek inquiry Naturally, the report of Mr. Salomons engrosses public attention to such a degree that all other topics are for ...Article : 2,256 words
Henry C. Went, who was sentenced to death at the last Maitland Assizes for wounding with intent to murder, has had his sentence commuted by the Executive to ten years' hard labour, the ...Article : 684 words
THE Legislative Asaembly postponed all other business last week and gave itself up to an irregular discussion on the Education Act in connection with the proposed Royal Commission to ...Article : 1,843 words
Mr. Thomas Hardy, in his report to the Government on the subject of the phylloxera disease in vines, urges that no crop of any sort should be grown on condemned farms for a ...Article : 2,423 words
"DON C[?]SAR DE BAZAN" and the burlesque were repeated last night to a house which was decidedly above the average of last week. The play went with spirit, and Mr. Dewhurst was an ...Article : 960 words
AT half-past 10 o'clock on last Saturday night these who were still in the streets were startled by the alarm bell ringing vigorously, while these in the immediate vicinity of Ruthven-street ...Article : 725 words
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