The Melbourne Herald, after Slimming up the "advantages" likely to accrue to Victoria from the new postal contract, thus exhibits the other side of the picture:— ...Article : 564 words
Another of our public men has snuffed himself out. The suicidal sufferer in the present instance is Dr. Evans, formerly editor of the Melbourne Herald, afterwards Postmaster-General, and recently ...Article : 4,096 words
From papers to April 2nd we extract the following items of news:— The Sydney Morning Herald of April 1st contains an eulogistic obituary of Mr. Robert Campbell, ...Article : 534 words
Captain Hovell, who, in company with Mr. Hume, first explored the district of Port Phillip, in the year 1824, is at present a visitor of Melbourne. The Hon. Thomas McCombie—who, by the way, spells the ...Article : 1,137 words
We have news from Tasmania to the 30th ultimo. APPREHENSION OF A MURDERER.—A man is in custody on suspicion of being the murderer of Alice Hughes, at Bridgwater. He was apprehended by C. ...Article : 888 words
A memoir, compiled from observations made at the offices of the Consuls at San Francisco, by the commanders of whale ships, and deposited at the Chamber of Commerce in that town, gives some ...Article : 671 words
The inaptitude of the French, as a colonising people, has received its latest, and possibly strongest, exemplification in Algeria, which it is impossible to regard in any other light than as a gigantic failure. ...Article : 2,065 words
Now that the island of Mauritius lies upon the track of our mail steamers, and is to be made one of their calling places, it is not improbable that mercantile enterprise may turn its attention to a ...Article : 1,097 words
Please choose from the following download options:
Share this item on:
Print page as...
It's easy and takes two shakes of a lamb's tail!
With your Trove account you can: