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  2. TASMANIA.

    BY way of Melbourne, we have news to the 4th instant from Hobart Town, and the 5th from Launceston. A vote of want of confidence was moved by Mr. Roberts, in the Legislative Council of Tasmania on the 29th ultimo, ...

    Article : 665 words
  3. JOTTINGS ABOUT MEN AND THINGS AT LAMBING FLAT.

    SIR,—I am a digger, and am sorry to add once belonged and was influenced by that mob of men who formed themselves into a league on lambing Flat, and, as I supposed at that time, was going to make ...

    Article : 1,801 words
  4. JUDGMENT IN THE CASE OF THE WARDEN OF ST. PAUL'S COLLEGE, IN THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY.

    ABOUT six months ago, charges of inebriety were preferred against the Rev. Henry J. Hose, M.A., Warden of St. Paul's College, in the University of Sydney. They were at once inquired into by the ...

    Article : 3,402 words
  5. GOLD NEWS.

    FEBRUARY 5.—Before giving any particulars with respect to this piece, a few remarks on the present and future of the Lachlan may not be altogether out of place. On its discovery the rich finds that were at first ...

    Article : 3,692 words
  6. NEW ZEALAND.

    FROM the Argus own correspondent's letter of the 28th ultimo, we quote an follows:— As regards our mining operations and prospects, the principal matter of importance is the improved prospects of ...

    Article : 1,266 words
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