It is said that Mr Wood will certainly be returned for the Ovens, as tho honest and cultivated electors of the district are anxious for an opportunity of making an enthusiastic display ...Article : 905 words
As we anticipated, the local journals of the Ovens district are on the qui vive in the prospect of a contested election. There are a few rumours—mere rumours—from the Ovens Advertiser:— ...Article : 528 words
The inhabitants of Williamstown were yesterday kept in a continued state of excitement and alarm by frequent reports coming in of the determined insubordination and resistance of the convicts on board the ...Article : 598 words
The adjourned inquest on the death of the late Mr Price was hold yesterday at Williamstown before W. B. Wilmot, Esq., M.D., the City Coroner. The jury assembled at half-past nine o'clock, according to ...Article : 6,239 words
THE BOTTLE.—After the disposal of some eight, or nine cases of over indulgence by the customary fine, the following were successively taken:— DISORDERLY "LADIES."—Johanna Brennan and ...Article : 1,182 words
The Council met, as usual, at twelve o'clock, for the despatch of business. A timely proposition to defer matters for the day, in respect to the memory of Mr Price, was generally approved of, and an adjournment ...Article : 48 words
Last evening, the Exhibition Building was densely crowded by a brilliant audience, to honor Madame Anna Bishop's generous effort in favor of the funds of the Melbourne Hospital. Not less than sixteen ...Article : 963 words
The remains of Mr Price were placed in a lead coffin on Saturday, and remained in the Williamstown Stockade till Monday morning, when the body was placed in an outer coffin of black-cloth, bearing the ...Article : 363 words
During the progress of the business in the Supreme Court (New Court) yesterday afternoon his Honor Mr Justice Molesworth intimated his willingness, should any of the gentlemen of the bar have desired it, to ...Article : 94 words
An Inquest was held, at the gaol, by the city coroner, W. B. Wilmot, Esq., on the body of Christopher Denton, an old man, who died, from tho effects of over-drinking. Deceased came into the gaol about ...Article : 88 words
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