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  2. THE EXHIBITIONS IN NEW SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIA.

    There may be some question as to the advantages derived from exhibitions of the arts, products, and manufactures of a country. We inclilne to the belief that such exhibitions are really ...

    Article : 1,445 words
  3. GOLD-FIELDS COMMISSION OF INQUIRY.

    Sir,—Would you be kind enough to allow me to correct two errors, contained in a document published in the Argus of the 28th ultimo, under the head "Ballaarat." ...

    Article : 173 words
  4. SANDRIDGE ROAD WATER TANKS.

    Sir,—I beg most respectfully to call the attention of the powers that be to the very inefficient supply of water to these tanks. I find on enquiry, that they are frequently empty ...

    Article : 91 words
  5. SUMMARY DISMISSALS.

    Sir,—As you have ever shewn yourself on the side of justice and humanity, and your anxious desire to support the weak and protect the unfortunate, I trust you will allow this letter a place ...

    Article : 238 words
  6. MONTHLY MEETING OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL, SOCIETY.

    The usual monthly meeting of this Society was held last night at the Museum of Natural History, La Trobe-street, Captain Clarke, R.E., Surveyor-General, in thec hair. Among those ...

    Article : 995 words
  7. PURCHASE OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.

    This subject has been long under consideration and has attracted so much attention that it is of interest to the entire community. The last rumour relating to the affair was, that the ...

    Article : 610 words
  8. A DUTY ON GRAIN.

    Sir,—The above is the concluding sentence of a crude and one-sided article in the Geelong Advertiser of yesterday, advocating the imposition of a duty upon breadstuffs. The proposition, which has ...

    Article : 497 words
  9. GOVERNMENT ESTIMATES—POST OFFICE.

    Sir,—In your paper of this date I observe that the Postmaster. General has been cause to reduce his staff of officials by "22 clerks, 8 letter carriers, and 5 messengers. By the proposed Estimates, as ...

    Article : 617 words
  10. ADMIRAL DESPOINTES—NATIONAL CIVILITIES.

    Some little civilities, which it is pleasing to notice, were interchanged yesterday between the highest federal officers in this city and the French admiral and his officers. General Wool ...

    Article : 533 words
  11. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    NEW JOURNAL.—We yesterday received the first number of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser, published at Beechworth. The paper is remarkably well got up, and is a very creditable specimen of ...

    Article : 4,939 words
  12. BALLAARAT.

    Sir,—The populatiob of Ballaarat is now known to be several thousand, and yearly increasing. May I call your attention to the following Post Office:— ...

    Article : 70 words
  13. POST OFFICE AT THE CAMPASPIE.

    Sir,—In the absence of several of the most influential residents of this district, may I be allowed to call your attention to the extreme inconvenience we are subjected to by the abrupt discontinuance ...

    Article : 192 words
  14. THE DIOCESE OF MELBOURNE.

    The circumstances of this Diocese are almost [?]precedented. The rapid increase of population, owing to the discovery of the Gold-fields, has altogether outstripped the power of the ...

    Article : 4,087 words
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