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  2. ECHUNGA DIGGINGS.

    Nothing particular has occurred during the past week. I have heard of no remarkable instances of success, nor any particular complaints of the want of it. We have still the ...

    Article : 5,251 words
  3. THE TELEGRAPH.

    This Government emigrant ship reached the Lightship anchorage on Tuesday, after a splendid passage of 80 days from Plymouth, from which port the final departure took place ...

    Article : 292 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 68 words
  5. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Our country correspondents are reminded that remittances can now be made to us in POSTAGE STAMPS, which may be obtained at any of the district Post Offices. ...

    Article : 47 words
  6. THE REVENUE RETURNS.

    The Government Gazette of Thursday contained the official returns of our colonial revenue for the quarter and for the year ending December 31, 1854. The ...

    Article : 366 words
  7. THE GRENFELL-STREET NUISANCE.

    Sir—The public are much indebted to Inspector Reading for bringing the case of Mr. Burford's system of purifying the atmosphere of Adelaide under the notice of the Police ...

    Article : 386 words
  8. THE MEDICAL PROFESSION AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

    Daring the past few weeks we have several times had occasion to remark upon the condition of public health, and upon various questions affecting sanitary ...

    Article : 577 words
  9. PRIVATE EXECUTIONS.

    The Queen has assented to an Act passed by the Legislative Council of Sydney, authorizing the private execution of criminals. The Act in question ...

    Article : 500 words
  10. AFFAIRS IN VICTORIA.

    The advices from Melbourne, per Havilah, present some rather critical items of political intelligence; although we have still so much confidence in the ...

    Article : 969 words
  11. IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION.

    The steady and continuous flow of population to these shores, and the unvarying excess of arrivals over departures, forms one of the most important ...

    Article : 925 words
  12. THE USE AND ABUSE OF LAW.

    Mr. Editor—It is not on private grounds that I venture to write concerning the decision arrived at by our highly-esteemed Resident Magistrate, in the case of the information laid ...

    Article : 863 words
  13. INDIA.

    The following letter addressed to Messrs. Dixon & Co., of this city, has been obligingly handed to us for publication by that firm. It contains an important summary of ...

    Article : 739 words
  14. SOAP-BOILING.

    In another column will be found a letter from a correspondent on the subject of the nuisance alleged to be created by the soap manufactory of ...

    Article : 746 words
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