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  2. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE

    THE VALIANT EMERALDERS.—The inhabitants of this recently-become noted locality, having fulminated violent thunder in the "Great Iron Store" at King Kerr without causing his stern majesty to ...

    Article : 1,003 words
  3. PAPERS FROM (OUR OWN) PUNCH

    RESPECTED SIR,—Wen I tuk serviss in the armce, which is more nor sevin yeers ago, I little thort that iver my mother's sun would be afther wearin too liveris at wanst, lot alone ...

    Article : 483 words
  4. CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR,— Knowing you like to see fair-play, and do not wish to see houses destroyed and families turned out of doors, I crave an insertion of this letter in your paper. ...

    Article : 270 words
  5. TO AGRICULTURISTS.

    Having for the last week past heard rumors of the destruction of the wheat crops, by what was supposes by some to be kind of wireworm, by others a fly on slug, I have been very busy enquiring into the sam ...

    Article : 430 words
  6. QUARTZ-CRUSHING

    SIR,—Few subjects are attracting attention and absorbing public interest more than the separation of gold from quartz. That many of the old gold fields are becoming partially exhausted and few ...

    Article : 411 words
  7. THE DIGGINGS.

    MOUNT BRANKLYN.—Nothing new has occurred during the last week. Several children have been drowned in deep holes, and their surviving playmates stabbed by their ...

    Article : 425 words
  8. REGISTRAR GENERAL'S REPORT.

    The following is from the First Annual Report of the Registrar-General of Births. Deaths and Marriages, in the Colony of Victoria, during the year ending 30th June, ...

    Article : 1,696 words
  9. PENTRIDGE STOCKADE.

    SIR—Knowing that you have always shown you willingness and desire to defend the privileges and rights of the people, I hope you will allow me through your valuable columns, to apprise you and ...

    Article : 384 words
  10. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,772 words
  11. THE HAINES THAT ONCE IN PATRICK'S HALL.

    The present Colonial Secretary holds office only until the arrival of the Now Constitution. His successor has been designated and privately consulted by the Governor.—Our Clairvoyant ...

    Article : 1,198 words
  12. BONAPARTE AND THE FRENCH IN VICTORIA.

    SIR,—Having to day only the opportunity of reading your newspaper of the 3rd, No. 27, I cannot help answering to some articles you will guess easily, and in which we have the same feelings. ...

    Article : 694 words
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