The Court met yesterday to hear the postponed applications for publicans general licenses for the City and suburbs of Melbourne. The adjournment on Saturday last was till noon yesterday, but (after the ...Article : 2,312 words
Mr M'EWAN met the electors of Prahran, lost evening, in the Prahran Court House. The doors were opened some minutes before the time appointed, and the room rapidly filled. While waiting the ...Article : 3,721 words
This volume is the richest of the entire series. More than half of it is occupied with the Professor's magnificent essays on ROBERT BURNS; and it also contains his finely-appreciative criticisms ...Article : 1,113 words
Our criticism of this delightful periodical has seldom to vary; it would he difficult for the mast, invidious scrutiny to discover any feature deserving of serious censure, For the present ...Article : 193 words
Mr G. V. Brooke appeared in the character of Virginias at the Theatre Royal last evening, and delighted a largo audience by his admirable impersonation of tho noble Roman. To our thinking, Mr Brooke is ...Article : 337 words
Our third article on Victorian manufactures shall be devoted to a few facts respecting biscuits. Our information has been derived from a visit of inspection kindly granted by Messrs Baines, Guest, and Co., the ...Article : 1,004 words
An inquest was held yesterday before the City Coroner on the body of a male child that had been discovered in the old Cemetery, having been buried there some time since Saturday evening last without the ...Article : 129 words
The fallowing official notifications appear in last evening's Gazette:— ASSESSMENT ON STOCK.—It is notified for general information, that all payments due for Assessment on ...Article : 201 words
We have Hobart Town journals to the 27th, aud Launceston to the 28th of April. The following, is a summary of the news,— THE NEW MINISTRY. ...Article : 507 words
We have received our usual batch of the "Monthlies," from our enterprising fellowcitizen, Mr Robertson, of Collins street. Bentley's Miscellany. January, 1857. ...Article : 367 words
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