By the Admella we have-news from Adelaide to the 21st instant. The Government, in carrying out the wish of the Legislature for the establishment of a ...Article : 1,730 words
The ceremony of cutting the first turf of the Melbourne and Essendon Railway tyas performed by His Excellency tho Governor, in the presents of a large concourse of people, at Flemington, on ...Article : 2,677 words
The "Medea" produced at this theatre on Saturday evening is neither the stately tragedy of Euripides, the declamatory play of Corneille, nor one of those ponderous Englishdrnmatic versions ...Article : 1,055 words
The Mining-Surveyors' reports for the month of June, which we have published in the last few days, are of great interest to the whole colony, on account ...Article : 5,460 words
An inquest was held by Dr. Candler on Saturday, at Prahran, on the body of James Parke, a laborer, who had been employed in the construction of the Brighton Railway. The ...Article : 430 words
Sir,—While so many vessels are waiting for berths at the Government pier, Sandridge, perhaps it would be as well for the authorities to urge the contractor for the extension to proceed ...Article : 96 words
The University was crowded on the last day of the festival. There is no business of importance being transacted. ...Article : 440 words
Sir,—In your lending article to-day you have given publicity to certain extracts from a work on the Roman question, from the non of M. About; will you also, in a spirit of British ...Article : 436 words
Sir,—There has been so much talk about "our defences," and the plans suggested by your several correspondents are so numerous, that I feel disinclined to enter on a subject upon which so ...Article : 325 words
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