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  2. THE CHINESE DIFFICULTY.

    The Ovens and Murray Advertiser of Monday has the following account of a threatening demonstration made by the Chinese on Spring Creek, on the preceding day:— ...

    Article : 1,618 words
  3. THE EXERCISE OF THE FRANCHISE IN THE UNITED STATES.

    "An American," writing to the Times on the 4th March, with reference to the example of the States in political matters says:— "The frequent references which have been made to the political system of the ...

    Article : 1,779 words
  4. MINING.

    THE intelligence from the goldfields during the past week has generally been of a more favorable character. The late rains have apparently exercised a beneficial influence on most ...

    Article : 2,373 words
  5. MINING ACCIDENT AT BENDIGO.

    On Monday last an appalling accident occurred on the Victoria Reef, which was briefly announced in the Bendigo papers on the following day. The Bendigo Advertiser yesterday gives the following ...

    Article : 631 words
  6. FEMALE MEDICAL STUDENTS.

    The New York Times, in a recant number, contained a notice under the heard of "Governors of the Alms-house, Lunatic Asylum, Female Physicians," &c., to the effect that a resolution has been submitted to the ...

    Article : 590 words
  7. YESTERDAY'S GAZETTE.

    APPOINTMENTS.—Coroner at Gisborne, Michael O'Sullivan, Esq.; Trustees of General Cemetery, Tarraville, Gipps' Land, G. D. Hedley, Manton Flynn, and David Turnbuil; Clerks of Petty Sessions, &c., ...

    Article : 446 words
  8. A CHINESE AGITATOR.

    The Chinese are organising an extensive and combined passive resistance to the residence tax. It has shown itself at Bendigo and Castlemaine, and was indirectly displayed in this district on Sunday. A ...

    Article : 535 words
  9. COLLINGWOOD.

    The usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council of Fitzroy, was held yesterday evening, at the council chambers, Webb street. All the members of the Council were present. A communication conveying ...

    Article : 409 words
  10. HORACE GREELEY NOT A POET.

    Mr. Greeley, the editor of the New York Tribune, has addressed the following letter to the proprietor of the New York Ledger:— Mr. Bonner,—I perceive by your Ledger that you ...

    Article : 444 words
  11. ARREST OF A VICTORIAN ABSCONDER.

    The Adelong Mining Journal gives the following account of the apprehension of James Mulholland, late Town Clerk of the Eastern Municipality, Ballaarat:— ...

    Article : 354 words
  12. THE CHINESE AT CASTLEMAINE.

    An unwonted degree of excitement prevailed in the Chinese quarter, Urquhart street, on Monday. It was understood that on that day, at three o'clock, as many as could assemble would march to the camp, seek an ...

    Article : 2,487 words
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