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  • LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, 12th February, 1850.

    The Speaker took the chair at a few minutes after three o'clock. LOCAL COURT REGULATIONS. Mr. LONGDEN gave notice that on ...
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  • [?] FOR THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY). [?] OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY. GOVERNMENT BUSINESS. ORDERS OF THE DAY.

    [?] Electorial Bill—Adoption of report. [?] Regulation Bill—Adoption of report. [?] Melbourne, Mount Alexander, and Murray [?] Railway Purchase Bill—Second reading. ... [Article] (277 words)
  • [?]E MELBOURNE PAPERS ON THE DIGGINGS.

    [?] days ago a letter apperared in the [?] caslling attention to the system prac[?] by some of the Melbourne journals of [?] fietitions dates upon the papers ... [Article] (485 words)
  • THE PUBLICATION OF THE WEEKLY "HERALD," "AGE" AND "ARGUS." To the Editor of the Argus.

    Sir,—In the letter you published in last Saturday's Argus, and headed as above, I made an unintentional misrepresentation of your contemporary the Weekly Age of the ... [Article] (186 words)
  • DR. GREEVES'S LIQUOR BILL. MEETING OF SPIRIT MERCHANTS AND LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

    The license clauses in the new Liquor Sales Regulation Bill, now before the Legislative Council, having caused considerable difference of opinion among the wholesale and retail ... [Article] (1215 words)
  • BALLAARAT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February, 10th, 1856.

    Now that the estimates are under consideration, the proceedings of the Legislative Council are most carefully read. How will Ballaarat be treated this year? is asked in ... [Article] (1998 words)
  • IMPROVEMENT IN NICHOLSONSTREET.

    At an adjourned meeting of the citizens of this part of FitzRoy Ward, held at the Tankenville Arms, Mr. Thomas Hargrave was called to the chair, aud Mr. John Needham ... [Article] (447 words)
  • ANDERSON'S CREEK DIGGINGS. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) February 12th, 1856.

    Since Saturday evening last a very considerable excitement has prevailed here, in consequence of a number of diggers having marked out claims on the purchased ... [Article] (533 words)
  • COUP DE SOLEIL.

    Apropos to our remarks in a recent paper on the subject of the great dangers experienced in these colonies from exposure to the intense heat of our summers, we find the ... [Article] (504 words)
  • CRIMINAL CALENDAR.

    The following is the calendar of prisoners at the Criminal Sessions, Melbourne, which commence on Friday morning next. The names of Captain Forbes and others, who ... [Article] (687 words)
  • NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Thomas Twisden Hodges, gentleman, St. Kilda. Assets, £270 6s.; liabilities, £35,738. Causes of insolvency stated to arise from the pressure of a creditor who executed a deed of ... [Article] (179 words)
  • NORTHERN CIRCUIT COURT.d Castlemaine, February 20th, 1856. ASSESSMENTS.

    Pearson v. Burgess; plaintiff's attorney, Cutten. Goldsmith and Another v. Fenton and Another; plaintiff's attorney, Paynter. Brunt v. Same; plaintiff's attorney, Paynter. ... [Article] (114 words)
  • RAILWAYS. To the Editor of the Argus.

    Sir,—The Surveyor-General has moved in the Legislative Council for leave to bring in a bill to repeal an act intituled "An Act to Incorporate a Company to be called the ... [Article] (1115 words)
  • ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION, THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY).

    Messrs. W. M. TENNENT AND CO., at their rooms, Collins-street—Vehicles, furniture. Messrs. SYMONS AND PERRY at their Commercial Sales Room, Bourke-street—Irommongery, drugs, ... [Article] (144 words)
  • DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    GOVERNMENT GOLD ESCONRS.—The escorts from Beechworth arrived at the Gold Office on Monday, and brought the follotving returns, viz.— ...
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