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  2. THIS LAW COURTS.

    RE PASCOE EXPTE HALL. A rule nisi for a prohibition. Dr. Sewell moved the rule absolute ; Sir George Stephen showed cause. ...

    Article : 1,645 words
  3. THE VICTORIAN CONVENTION.

    The usual weekly meeting of the Convention Committee was held at Keeley's Hotel, Lonsdale street, Mr MACMINN in the chair. Mr J.J. WALSH, the honorary secretary, read a ...

    Article : 667 words
  4. POLICE.

    There were eleven drunkards disposed of in the usual manner.—Louis John Michel was charged by Mr Filmore with creating a disturbance before the Royal Mail Hotel, Swanston street. The prisoner stated that he ...

    Article : 420 words
  5. EXECUTION OF THE MURDERERS OF SOPHIA LEWIS.

    Yesterday, the two Chinamen, Hing Tzan and Chong Sigh, underwent the extreme penalty of the law for the murder of Sophia Lewis. During the period of their confi[?]oment, but particularly since ...

    Article : 692 words
  6. ADDRESS FROM THE CHILDREN OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS, BELFAST, TO THE REV. J. B. CRONIN, C.C.

    REV. AND DEAR FATHER,—It is with feelings of heart-felt sorrow, that we have learned that you are to be removed from amongst us. It would be a fruitless effort on our part, Rev. and Dear Father, to ...

    Article : 446 words
  7. CITY OF MELBOURNE QUARTERLY PUBLICANS' LICENSING MEETING.

    The Bench of Magistrates met at the City Court on Wednesday, pursuant to adjournment, for the dispatch of business. The first case was that of the Calthorpe Hotel, Brunswick street Collingwood, ...

    Article : 2,379 words
  8. THE PROVINCES.

    An Emu's EGG.—As doubtless there are some few of our readers who have never seen that, now-a-days, rather rare curiosity, an emu's egg, we are requested to state that a tine specimen of the same is now on view at ...

    Article : 1,102 words
  9. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

    At the usual weekly meeting of the committee of the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce, held at the Exchange, 3lst August, 1857, present—J. G. Francis, Esq., in the chair; Messrs E. L. Montefi[?]r[?], O. ...

    Article : 239 words
  10. REPLY.

    My Dear Children,—I am truly affected by your touching and beautiful address. You have I fear overrated my humble efforts to promote your moral and intellectual progress. During the brief, very brief ...

    Article : 678 words
  11. EXTRACTS REFERRED TO.

    The dredging operations were commenced in the River Yarra in December last, upon the Middle Bar, and there has been a channel farmed upon the bar of one hundred feet in width, deepening the bar from seven feet originally to nine ...

    Article : 854 words
  12. ALLEGED PERJURY.

    At the District Police Court on Tuesday, Samuel Amers appeared on summons to answer a charge of perjury preferred against him under the following circumstances :—On the 6th August last a certain cause ...

    Article : 625 words
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