The following orders of tho day were postponed to tho following day:- Administration of Justice Act Amendment Bill—Second reading. ...Article : 39 words
The Speaker took the chair at thirteen minutes past three o'clock. SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES. The COLONIAL TREASURER laid on ...Article : 5,522 words
1 Mr. Cameron: To ask the Chief Secretary the reason why certain rules of the Local Court at Beechworth, submitted for the approval of the Government, were disallowed by ...Article : 373 words
Messrs. W. M. TENNENT and Co.,"at their rooms, Collins-street—Boots and shoes, combs, c[?] and glassware. At [?] Railway Platform—Timber. At Sandridge—Timber. ...Article : 205 words
Miss EMILIE SMITH'S CONCERT —This accomplished pianiste gave a grand concert last evening at the Mechanics' Institution. The unfavourable weather militated against ...Article : 2,521 words
Present:—The Chairman; Councillors Curtis Myers, Owen, Coleman Turner, and Carnie. The minutes were read and confirmed. ...Article : 1,088 words
At a meeting of the Geelong nnd Western District Agricultural and Horticultural Society the following Report was read, and unanimously adopted:— ...Article : 2,525 words
Sheridan's comedy, "The Rivals,"one of the most popular pieces of the kind, and, strange to say, one of tho least hackneyed of popular pieces, was produced last evening at this ...Article : 701 words
A SNAKCE ADVENTURE.—Mr. H.Morrisby, of Clarence Plains, writes to the Colonial Times: —"Yesterday, while with a servant preparing onions for the market, at about eleven in the ...Article : 1,231 words
ESCORT.—The returns to-day are favorable, the amount sent down being 10,099 ounces gold and £5493 cash; the deposits also increasing again, being 1142½ ounces last week, ...Article : 1,123 words
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