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  2. VICTORIA.

    With reference to the want of spirit exhibited by our friends in Victoria as regards the Patriotic Fund, the Argus of Thursday observes—" Whilst we are beginding to hear on all sides of g[?]rison theatricals, and ...

    Article : 1,530 words
  3. MOREION BAY.

    BRISBANE, July 4th.—The Boomerang arrived rather unexpectedly, as it was understood here that she would be laid up for some repairs. Previous to the arrival of the Shamrock we wera upwards of ten days ...

    Article : 1,093 words
  4. THE NORFOLK ISLAND CONVICTS.

    A VERY excellent suggestion was thrown out hy the Advertiser of Saturday, with respect to [?] means that ought to be at once adopted for the capture of those bushrangers who ...

    Article : 1,477 words
  5. GEELONG.

    THE MOUNT EDGERTON DIGGINGS.—Mining affairs on this gold field wear a very encouraging aspect. A gentleman, whose report may be received with implicit confidence, called at our office on Monday, the ...

    Article : 2,229 words
  6. BRAIDWOOD.

    THERE is little if any importance to record with regard to this portion of our colonial gold fields—we may almost say they are at a stand-still, and would searcely have adverted to their existence, were it not ...

    Article : 681 words
  7. INDIA.

    WE are indebted to the Argus for the following, which our contemporary extracts from the Calcutta Englishman of the 23rd of March, being one day later than our last advices direct from Calcutta. ...

    Article : 858 words
  8. THE GOLD FIELDS. — THE LATE EMEUTE AT MARYBOROUGH.

    SOME interest, and no little anxiety, having been excited by the recent outbreak at Maryborough diggings, the following particulars of its origin may not prove uninteresting. These we are enabled to supply from ...

    Article : 2,351 words
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