The PRESIDENT took the chair at eight minites after three o'clock, and read the usual form of p[?] THE ADMINISTRATION OF OATHS. Mr. MITCHELL laid on the table a circular desp[?] ...Article : 7,832 words
A special general meeting of the members of the Chamber of Commerce was held yesterday afternoon, in the new Exchange Buildings, for the purpose of considering the new ...Article : 4,231 words
Owing to the statements made by some of the recent arrivals at a late public meeting in Melbourne, the "explanation" of Mr. M'Culloch, and your own remarks, I paid a visit to the ...Article : 508 words
The fourth subscription concert of the Philharmonic Society, which took place last night before a very large audience, in the Exhibition Building, was chiefly remarkable for the ...Article : 1,131 words
The annual show of entire horses, both draught and blood stock, took place yesterday at the Royal Horse Bazaar, Bourke-street, when there was a numerous attendance of ...Article : 333 words
Sir,—Would you allow me to suggest, through the medium of your valued paper that a clause ought to be inserted in the Land Bill to protect persons who frequent the ...Article : 132 words
Sir,—The Simla will in all probability arrive here on Saturday or Sunday. I wish through your medium to call the attention of the Postmaster-General to the ...Article : 372 words
1. Juries Bill.—To be road a third time. GENERAL BUSINESS. 1. The Hon. W. Roope, to ask the Hon. the Postmaster-General— ...Article : 624 words
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