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  2. THE YAN YEAN AND THE YARRA.

    Sir,—In one of your leaders on Tuesday last, the following passage occurs:— "A short time ago, when the report of Dr. Macadam upon the Yan Yean ...

    Article : 509 words
  3. CITY GAS LAMPS.

    Sir,—Your kindness in giving publicity to my letter of tho 20th ult., in which I reflected on the disgraceful system practised in the lighting and cleaning of the city street ...

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  4. HORSE FEED.

    Sir,—Having a great many horses to feed, I have been induced to test very carefully and attentively the relative value of the various kinds of feed, and the many different ...

    Article : 454 words
  5. WHY ALL THIS DISTRESS?

    Sir,—In perusing the letter of your correspondent "Scotia" in this morning's Argus, I most cordially endorse his remarks on the "Land question." We have landlords ...

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  6. MINT IN VICTORIA.

    Sir,—In your edition of the 3rd inst., in reporting the proceedings of the Deputation from the Mining Conference, you state that the Chief Secretary, in reply to some ...

    Article : 260 words
  7. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—In olden time the courtiers of a king, Canute by name, with a view to flatter their monarch, endeavored to persuade him that, so great was his power, even the waves ...

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