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  2. THE DARGO.

    Sir,—I have read with great interest the reports of the Government prospecting party on the Dargo, waiting patiently for the time when they would arrive at my old claim on that river, ...

    Article : 1,814 words
  3. MELBOURNE EXCHANGE COMPANY.

    The half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of this company was held yesterday, at the Exchange, rooms. Mr. TUCKETT, who was voted to the chair, ...

    Article : 716 words
  4. ENGINE-DRIVERS.

    Sir,—For many years being a constant subscriber of yours, and a great admirer of your impartiality and fairness, I trust I am not asking too muoh in requesting a space in your very ...

    Article : 1,759 words
  5. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1860.

    The relations between the seducer and his victim, as understood in our modern social code, were never perhaps placed in a stronger light than in the affiliation ease ...

    Article : 5,170 words
  6. THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND.

    We have news from Taranaki to the 4th of August. Major-General Pratt arrived on the 3rd, and was received on landing hy Colonel Gold. ...

    Article : 208 words
  7. STREET FRUIT-SELLERS.

    Sir,—I beg you will give me a small space in your valuable paper. I am one amongst the great many boys that have to get their living by selling fruit, for the want of something better. ...

    Article : 1,099 words
  8. NEW ZEALAND.

    Sir,—On glancing over your paper of this day's date I was much pleased with the sensible and conciliatory address of the Governor of New Zealand to the assemblage of native chiefs at ...

    Article : 823 words
  9. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCH.

    Private letters from Mauritius state that the sugars which arrived yesterday were the last of the season's crop, and no more would be procurable for four months. ...

    Article : 124 words
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