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  2. THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.

    The Board of Agriculture resumed it sittings yesterday morning, at the Land and Works office; the Hon. W. H. S. Mitchell in the chair. Mr. O'Shanassy, Dr. Evans, and Dr. Murphy, ...

    Article : 3,638 words
  3. THE SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.

    In April, 1858, the Tasmanian Government, anxious to establish a more rapid method of communication with this colony than that by steamers and coasting vessels, concerted the idea ...

    Article : 688 words
  4. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    We have now from Sydney to the 19th inst. He correspondent of the Sydney Morning Herald, writing from Gladstone, says:- "In a former communication I promised to ...

    Article : 648 words
  5. RICHMOND RIFLE CLUB.

    A meeting was held on Thursday evening at the Railwayy Hotel, Swan-street, Richmond, for the alleged purpose of making arrangements for drilling such volunteers as should express a ...

    Article : 1,414 words
  6. CITY OF MELBOURNE GAS AND COKE COMPANY.

    The ninth annual meeting of this company was held yesterday, at their offices in Collins street, the Hon Neheminh Guthridge being in the chair. A large number of shareholders was ...

    Article : 1,570 words
  7. CROWN LAND SALE.

    The monthly series of Melbourne sales of Crown land for the current month terminated yesterday. There was a fair attendance at Messrs. Tennent and Co.'s rooms, but the ...

    Article : 777 words
  8. THE ST. KILDA COUNCIL AND OUR. DEFENCES.

    Sir,—It is a matter to be much regretted that such bad feeling already exists as is calculated to hinder the usefulness of the proposed St. Kilda company, in consequence of statements having ...

    Article : 578 words
  9. DR. L. L. SMITH AND HIS CONSTITUENTS.

    Sir,—Your correspondent " George Taylor," of Kew, accuses me in, this morning's issue of having used his name without authority in the requisition presented to me by a great number of ...

    Article : 257 words
  10. THE DOG NUISANCE.

    Sir,—In answer to the inquiry of "W. G. S.," I beg to state for his information, as well as that of all whom it, may concern, that dogs or any other animals may be destroyed, without ...

    Article : 179 words
  11. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Dear Sir,—My business detains me in Melbourne on most nights of the week until 10 p.m., and when I wend my way homewards to Colling-wood flat at this hour I am harassed and ...

    Article : 122 words
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