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  2. THE CITY ELECTION.

    The electors of the Royal Park Divioion assembled last night at the George Hotel, to hear Mr. Service expound his political principles. The meeting, although hastily convened, was numerously attended, and the ...

    Article : 301 words
  3. TEE NEWS OF THE DAY.

    Rumor was, of course, active yesterday, in programming the new Ministry. There was a "Town Talk" ministry announced by a contemporary yesterday morning; but it had no ...

    Article : 1,818 words
  4. IMPROVEMENTS IN MINING.

    We select the following passages from an interesting paper published by Mr. N. W. Pollard, in the Courier of the Mines:— I will endeavor to explain, firstly, the modus ...

    Article : 1,807 words
  5. POLICE.

    IN SEARCH OF A WIPE.—John Kelly was summoned by Mr. Jordan, of the Rainbow hotel, for having assaulted him. It appeared that the prisoner had rushed into the Rainbow hotel on Wednesday evening and demanded his ...

    Article : 315 words
  6. TASMANIA.

    Our Tasmanian advices are now from Hobar Town, to March 2nd, and from Launceston, to March 3rd. The following are most interesting items of general News:— ...

    Article : 1,077 words
  7. THE MOVEMENT OF THE MINERS.

    PUBLIC MEETING OF MINERS ON THE DURILAM LEAD. On Wednesday a deputation from the Central committee of the Golden Point and Gravel pits held a meeting of the miners on the Durham Lead, within about ...

    Article : 1,626 words
  8. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA.

    Yesterday was distinguished by the holding of the first exhibition of fruits and flowers by the Horticultural Society of Victoria. The society has been formed for the purpose of diffusing useful and scientific ...

    Article : 1,143 words
  9. WESLEYAN TEA MEETING.

    A tea meeting to the Rev James Bickford and lady was held in tho Wesleyan Chapel, at Brighton, on Monday the 2nd inst., prior to their removal to Ballarat, when upwards of 300 persons attended. After tea ...

    Article : 723 words
  10. PUBLICATIONS.

    The March number of this useful little periodical presents all the old familiar features which have established its reputation. Its contents are Copious, appropriate, and exact; and we perceive ...

    Article : 61 words
  11. BUNGLING WITH THE PUBLIC MONEY.

    The following letter refers to a subject which we noticed in yesterday's Age. It is another illustration of the useless and unsatisfactory manner in which the people's money was frequently ...

    Article : 164 words
  12. GRAND CONCERT AT THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.

    since his return to Melbourne—on this occasion for the benefit of the talented pianiste, Miss Emilia Smith—was more numerously attended than either of those which preceded it. The audience was a decidedly ...

    Article : 802 words
  13. THE WAR WITH PERSIA.

    The following from the Friend of India of the llth December will explain in some degree the position of the British Government with regard to Dost Mubomed:— ...

    Article : 508 words
  14. ITEMS FROM INDIA.

    We find the following interesting data among recent advices from the far East:—A correspondent of the Madras Athananun believes that Lord Harris will be the last Governor of that ...

    Article : 681 words
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