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  2. The Argus.

    SOLDIERS fighting in the Crimea are said to obtain from the English newspapers their first satisfactory information as to the tendency and progress of those great ...

    Article : 1,272 words
  3. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    PORTRAITS OF PRIZE STOCK.—At the suggestion of Mr. Stevenson the prizes awarded by the Po[?] Phillip Farmers' Society included portraits of the sto[?]k exhibited, in lie[?] of ...

    Article : 1,047 words
  4. THE THEATRES.

    Madame Cailly made her re-appearance on Saturday evening at this theatre, in the role of Rosina, ("I[?] Barbiere") and was enthusiastically received by a moderately well-attended ...

    Article : 278 words
  5. THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.

    The annual meeting of the members of this Institution was held on Tuesday evening, in the lecture-room. The honorable the Speaker of the Legislative Council, J. F. Palmer, Esq., ...

    Article : 3,147 words
  6. GEELONG CIRCUIT COURT.

    Daniel and Bridget Huntley pleaded not guilty to robbing a German named Kirkel[?]ach of £10 in notes, some silver, and two [?]uggets. The jury a[?]quitted the male ...

    Article : 425 words
  7. SYDNEY.

    We have the journals to the 31st ult. The Empire of that date says, in reference to the Ministerial crisis:—"Yesterday the Ministerial difficulty was got over, so far as to meet ...

    Article : 178 words
  8. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Chinese are finding their way to Adelaide, doubtless with the view of reaching Victoria without subjecting themselves to the tax. The S. A. Register, of the 24th and 25th ...

    Article : 227 words
  9. EAST COLLINGWOOD MUNICIPALITY.

    Present:—The Chairman, Councillors C[?]rtis, Turner, Owen, Carnie, Coleman, and Myers. The minutes of the last meeting were read ...

    Article : 915 words
  10. TASMANIA.

    To—morrow Sir Henry Young will probably dissolve the Legislative Council of this colony. Now that it is so soon to be numbered among the things of the past, it would be neither ...

    Article : 1,458 words
  11. GIPPS LAND.

    GOLD-FIELDS, NICHOLSON RIVER.—In my last communication I informed your readers that a party prospecting on the Nicholson had brought down fine samples of gold. ...

    Article : 317 words
  12. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY (MONDAY).

    Messrs. W. M. T[?]NNENT and Co., at their rooms, C[?]llins-street—Grocers' stores, produce, [?]mp lines, &c. At the premises, Church-street, Richmond —Furniture, paintings, vehicles, horses, cow, ...

    Article : 240 words
  13. GEELONG.

    [?] Williams and a good sprinkling of [?] arrived here last night, to open the [?] Court this morning. [?]eeting of what are called the "Friends of ...

    Article : 799 words
  14. BELFAST, PORT FAIRY.

    That the majority of your readers are aware there are such places as Belfast and Port Fairy I have no doubt, but I fear their geographical knowledge of the Western ...

    Article : 844 words
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