A special court for renewals of publicans' licenses was held on Wednesday, when almost all the renewals applied for, about 50, were granted, only one being refused. Several applications for reduction of license ...Article : 2,561 words
The long vexed question of the disposal of what is known as the "Commonage" in the mining townships is likely to crop up again in another form. For years it has been a disputed point as to what should be done with those persons who had settled down upon ...Article : 1,332 words
The weather has been 60 mild the last few weeks that it really resembles early spring more than mid-winter, with the exception of about three or four frosts mentioned by me in the early part of the month there have been none, those we had were so slight ...Article : 932 words
Headers who have been accustomed to look for the above heading in the Mail and to find a few paragraphs under it will wonder why so little of it has been seen during the past month. But in truth I gave the reasons in my last letter. We are not a bustling, ...Article : 1,085 words
A meeting of stockowners interested in the Shamrock Hill Meatpreserving works was held at Cohen's Hotel on Wednesday afternoon, for the purpose of receiving the annual report of the trustees, Messrs. Samuel Clift, J. B. Christian, and J. S. Carroll. ...Article : 848 words
The cause of complaint in connection with the railway arrangements still exists. This afternoon all the passengers by the mail train to Melbourne were oblige[?] to go to Wodo[?]ga in cabs, although the train which brought the ...Article : 150 words
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