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  2. PREPARATIONS FOR THE MELBOURNE EXHIBITION.

    During the past week large numbers of packages have been, received,at the,Exhibition, and the general superintendent had to increase his staff of workmen in order to prevent a block. These goods have been stored in the ...

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  3. OUR MELBOURNE LETTER.

    The inauguaral week of Parliament has been much more productive 0f incidents than any wr,have experienced for. the past for, years, due partly to the fact that the Government is believed to have lost ...

    Article : 2,376 words
  4. PARLISIAN GOSSSIP.

    B[?]olero of the hour has just returned from his pw[?]Jil peregrination, through the Department of [?]i'Nord, where he has been received in all the principal localities with a degree of enthusiasm bordering on ...

    Article : 2,776 words
  5. THE RAILWAY PROPOSALS OF THE GOVERNMENT.

    Sir,—Under the above heading there appeared in your issue of the 19th instant a telegram from Melong containing statements which, in the interest of truth, should not be allowed to pass unchallenged. Railway construction is ...

    Article : 637 words
  6. PAYMENT OF MEMBERS.

    Sir,—"Will you allow me space for a few words on this question, which is most important to the colonists of New South Wales at the present time. Whether payment of members is a necessary part of Representative Government ...

    Article : 887 words
  7. THE DIVORCE RILL.

    Sir,—The present Parliament was elected to reform our fiscal system, to pass a Local Government Bill, to place our railways under a responsible board, and to pass other definite ' measures, some of which it has done, and some of which it ...

    Article : 432 words
  8. THE ROYAL FAMILY AND INDIA.

    Under the orders of the Government of India, Prince Nawab "Zaighom-ud-Dowlah, of the Oudh royal family, a correspondent of the "Times of India," April 23, says, is going to England for three years. He will stop in London ...

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