The porson who spread the rumour the other day about a chairman of one of the suburban municipalities having accepted a bribe from him for his vote on a recent occasion, has publicly ...Article : 1,761 words
The action for breach of promise of marriage is an entertainment quite peculiar to the British nation. It illustrates very curiously the practical genius ...Article : 5,250 words
The third centenary festival of the confirmation by the Scottish Parliament of the Confession of Faith submitted by Knox and his fellow-reformers, and the abolition of Catholicism in ...Article : 5,410 words
John Usher, jun., to be a mining surveyor for the Ararat mining district, vice J. G. Wilson; To be inspector of slaughterhouses and of cattle intended for slaughter, &c., viz.:—Mounted ...Article : 191 words
Sir,—I have much gratification in forwarding, an extract from Mr. Assistant-Surveyor-Pettit's report, corroborative of what I stated some time since relative to the Boggy Creek Diggings. Mr. ...Article : 437 words
The convicts Nial, Barrow, and M'Donald left to-day on route for Melbourne. The now witness in Ball's case has made a (startling disclosure. He asserts, on oath, that the pistols were not ...Article : 200 words
Sir,—Having noticed in last Monday's Argus a paragraph referring to the non-attendance of the greater portion of the volunteers on Saturday afternoon at the Prince's Bridge Barracks, I ...Article : 194 words
Miners are returning in large numbers from the head waters of the Goulburn, many of those coming away having nover reached further than Jamieson's Flat. The best diggings are situated ...Article : 738 words
Sir,—In case your next Bummary may be crowded, I send you this for Mr. Wilson, deeply lamenting the unfortunate issue of the late attempt to introduce thesalraon ova. ...Article : 109 words
The social miseries consequent upon this continuous ill-weather have, indeed, been hard enough to bear, but they have been as nothing in comparison with the injury inflicted upon the ...Article : 583 words
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