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  2. POLICE.

    DRUNKENNESS.—Thomas Carroll John Daly Thomas Donnolly, Charles Jackson, John Hansen, and John Jamieson were fined [?]s, each; and Edward Johnston, for being drunk and using ...

    Article : 3,674 words
  3. CALEDONIAN FETE HOLIDAY.

    Sir,—While perusing the lines of your valuable paper, I find a suggestion made by a correspondent of yours towards getting a holiday granted for the above occasion, on the 8th October. ...

    Article : 78 words
  4. MR. DON AND MR. BLAIR.

    Sir,—When a brawling, tipsy ruffian (it has happened to me once in my lifetime) assaults me "promiscuously" in the streets, I place myself, for protection, behind the broad agis of ...

    Article : 877 words
  5. MINING COMPANIES.

    Sir,—Allow me to remind you of a promise you have repeatedly made to the public, to watch narrowly the now general fabrication of mining companies, and to try by a timely warning to ...

    Article : 976 words
  6. THE CAMPASPE GOLD-MINING COMPANY.

    Sir,—I thank you for publishing my letter, which has elicited for me all the information I soughtfor, and, in justice to the projectors of the Campaspe Gold-Mining Company, beg to state ...

    Article : 217 words
  7. GEELONG.

    There is some considerable probability of a new auriferous district being opened up in the neighbourhood of Meredith. I do not wish to lend any one to suppose that there is anything ...

    Article : 606 words
  8. THE PRIZE ESSAYS ON VINE-CULTURE.

    Sir,—Ever since I saw, by The Argus of the 2nd inst., that tho Geelong Western Agricultural and Horticultural Society had, on the 27th of August, awarded the prizes to the successful ...

    Article : 170 words
  9. Advertising

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    Advertising : 4,024 words
  10. TASMANIA,

    We have received Hobart Town papers to the 26th inst. Messrs. T. Y. Lowes and Henry Hopkins have been nominated for the vacancy in the ...

    Article : 767 words
  11. THE DISTRICT POLICE COURT.

    Sir,—My attention has been lately drawn to a police report, in which the clerk of this Court appears as complainant. That Mr. Allen has had just cause of complaint in the delay in ...

    Article : 125 words
  12. A WORD IN TIME.

    Sir,—It the weather be at all propitious, how many people do you imagine will be assembled on the Racecourse on Saturday next? Taking a rough estimate of the population of Melbourne, ...

    Article : 667 words
  13. LOADING SOLD AT AUCTION.

    Sir,—Allow me a small space in your widely-circulated journal, to draw the attention of carriers to the system proposed to be introduced by Messrs. Symons and Perry, viz., to hold daily ...

    Article : 290 words
  14. MR. BONWICK'S ILLNESS.

    Sir,—Reading in your journal of the serious illness of Mr. Bonwick, and that his medical advisers recommend a visit to the mother country, or some other change of scene, as the only means ...

    Article : 272 words
  15. CITIZENS AND DOGS.

    Sir,—I took at St. Kilda a second-class ticket to Emerald Hill, accompanied by "Tiny," who is allowed, on account of his size and respectable apenrance, entrance to the most fastidious ...

    Article : 94 words
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