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  2. RAILWAYS.

    Sir,—Upon the above very important subject letters have from time to time appeared in your paper; from parties more or less skilled in their construction, and, almost ...

    Article : 847 words
  3. THE ELECTORAL ACT.

    Sir,—At a public meeting Mr. Guthridge stated that the 38th clause of the Electoral Act vitiated the whole benefit derived from the ballot, as it placed in the power of the ...

    Article : 318 words
  4. THE CHINESE.

    "Give me a well-grassed, well-watered run, with plenty of men begging for work at £20 a year."— Melbourne Punch. Sir,—I have read two of the letters of Mr. ...

    Article : 847 words
  5. THE DOG NUISANCE.

    Sir,—I would, through the medium of your highly influential paper, call the attention of the public generally to the dog nuisance which is so annoying and dangerous to those persons ...

    Article : 271 words
  6. THE ROYAL PARK.

    Sir,—As you always appear ready to give publicity to anything which interests the public, may I beg to request answers to the following questions, viz.:— ...

    Article : 130 words
  7. THE GAS COMPANY.

    Sir,— Having disposed of all my shares in the Gas Company, I was not privileged to be present at the adjourned meeting of shareholders of that company held on Monday ...

    Article : 2,564 words
  8. THE GAS COMPANY.

    Sir,—Finding that a statement made by the chairman of the above company, at the Mechanics' Institution, on Monday last, and reported in the Argus, was calculated to injure ...

    Article : 224 words
  9. GLEANINGS.

    THE WIFE OF SIR W.NAPIER: THE PENINSULAR HISTORIAN'S BRIDE.—Bessy being anxions for a little excursion from home, went to Bath with her and the boys to a gand show ...

    Article : 1,324 words
  10. LAW REFORM AND LAWYERS.

    Sir,—There is a sentence in one of your articles, headed The Upper House Elections," to which, in defence to my craft, I am about to take exception. Speaking of Mr. ...

    Article : 1,573 words
  11. CAPTAIN PASLEY AND COLONIAL MANUFACTURES.

    Sir.—In your report of the proceedings of the electors of South Bourke, at Hawthorne, on Monday lost, I notice a question put to Captain Pasley, whether he would support ...

    Article : 367 words
  12. VICTORIA RENT SOCIETY.

    Sir,—As an unflinching advocate for all really useful institutions, allow me, through your influential columns, to comment briefly on a proposition made by " An Old Colonist" ...

    Article : 468 words
  13. CITY COUNCIL.

    The Council met this at the usual hour, the Right Worshipful the Mayor presiding. The attendance of Councillors was numerous. ...

    Article : 2,688 words
  14. LOSS OF £80 PAID INTO THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA.

    Sir,—May I request of your kindness to insert the following statement, which, while it will afford me some consolation in denouncing the faulty arrangements of, which lam a ...

    Article : 343 words
  15. THE MELBOURNE CORPORATION.

    Sir,—I am one of that much-abused class of contractors, and knowing you are always willing to remedy abuses, I wish to bring under your notice a few facts connected more ...

    Article : 319 words
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