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  2. MELBOURNE.

    MONDAY MORNING, 14th SEPTEMBER.—Nothing has transpired in the Legislature, since I last addressed you, except the adoption of the principal items of the report of the Railway Committee. This report ...

    Article : 1,205 words
  3. VICTORIAN COMMERCIAL.

    Since the date of our last report the markets have been in a very inactive state arising from the heaviness of stocks, the continued stream pouring in of imported goods, the absence of demand for the supply in the ...

    Article : 3,957 words
  4. LA[?]

    Mr. Darvall informed the [?] a commission as Queen's [?] next after the Crown Law [?] Plunkett, and Mr. Mannin[?] ...

    Article : 46 words
  5. MAITLA[?] CIRCUIT COURT.

    Joseph Wilson indicted for feloniously ravishing against her will, [?] carnally knowing Mary Wilson, at Clairvaulx, on th[?] 28th June. The prisoner, arespectable- looking an of somewhat more than the ...

    Article : 595 words
  6. WATER POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY.

    Robert Blane, John Smith, and Thomas Stansbury, seamen, convicted of having absented themselves without leave from the Morries; were sentenced to four weeks' hard labour in prison. ...

    Article : 50 words
  7. THURSDAY.

    Four seamen of the Etos, rought up on suspicios of desertion, were ordered to be sent on board. ...

    Article : 32 words
  8. SYDNEY POLITICS.

    The continuance of the Parker ministry in office for a period of a year, with a parliament so closely balanced as to parties that questions of the gravest importance were often settled by the majority of a unit, ...

    Article : 1,341 words
  9. VICTORIA MARKETS.

    HAY MARKET.—The supply has continued unaltered, 306 loads having been brought to market against 205 during the previous week. Prices of good hay are quite supported, and, in the earlier part of the week, had slightly advanced. Best hay, £19 to £21; ...

    Article : 1,449 words
  10. INSOLVENT COURT.

    In the estate of Neil M'Diarmid, an adjourned second meeting, and special for examination. Insolvent was examined by Mr. Jones, in reference to the sale of his furniture by his landlord, and as to an account ...

    Article : 249 words
  11. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    Six drunkards were severally sentenced to pay 10s., or to be imprisoned twenty-four hours. Two persons, found guilty of having made use of obscene language in public places, were sentenced to ...

    Article : 707 words
  12. POPULATION OF VICTORIA ON THE 30TH JUNE, 1857.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 166 words
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