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  2. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Our files are complete to the 27th ult. At the Bathurst Criminal Sittings on the 20th ult, Robert Davis was convicted of the murder of Robert Flood, and sentenced to be hangod. ...

    Article : 153 words
  3. GEELONG.

    A great many people availed themselves of the delightful weather and the opportunities afforded for visiting Melbourne to-day, to go and see the Champion,Match. Tho trains were well filled; ...

    Article : 451 words
  4. BAD LAW IN VICTORIA.

    Sir,—The only remark I have to make on the two letters in this day's Argus, in reference to mine in your journal of the 29th ult,, is, that I did not undertake to dose myself ...

    Article : 612 words
  5. MELBOURNE WHOLESA[?]E PRICES CURRENT.

    The import market has throughout the week been in a state of complete innotivity, and the very Brain extent of sales effected ronders it unnecessary to review the market at any length. The indisposition of ...

    Article : 2,635 words
  6. PETITION FROM THE CHINESE.

    The following copy of a petition which is now in course of signature, has been handed to us (Bendigo Advertiser) for publication:- "To the Honourable the Members of the ...

    Article : 761 words
  7. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

    Gapo Town papers to the 27th of July have reached us, The main topic of interest with the colonists was the recal of Sir George Grey. The ...

    Article : 2,113 words
  8. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    We have received Adelaide papers to the 29th [?]lt. Inspector Holroyd, of the South Australian police, who had been despatched to the Port ...

    Article : 741 words
  9. FRIENDLY ISLANDS.

    The Taranaki brought news to Sydney from the Friendly (Tongese) Islands to the end of August. King George was then residing at Tonga. He ...

    Article : 647 words
  10. PORT OF MELBOURNE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 977 words
  11. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day).

    Cashmore Lazarus, adjourned special meeting, 10 a.m.; John Crowther, certificate mooting, at 11; Constantine Jefferson, certificate meeting, at 11; William Jones, certificate meeting, at 11; Henry ...

    Article : 475 words
  12. MELBOURNE PUBLIC LIBRARY.

    Return showing the number of visitors to the Melbourne Public Library, also the donations receivede during the month of Septembor, 1859:- NUMBER OF VISITORS. ...

    Article : 580 words
  13. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS.

    Sir,—Having a desire to visit the races on Saturday, and not wishing to subject myself to the jostling and annoyances inseparable from the overcrowding of the low-priced railway carriages, ...

    Article : 634 words
  14. A SLIGHT MISTAKE.

    Sir,—In your issue of Thursday last you publish a letter, signed "A Holder of Mining Shares," directing your "studious attention" to an extract from the report of Mr. P. C. ...

    Article : 110 words
  15. NEW ZEALAND.

    By Way, of Sydney we have the following intelligence from Ahuriri:- "On 16th August, Mr. M'Lean, the Chief Land Purchase Commissioner, returned from the ...

    Article : 412 words
  16. VICTORIAN AMATEURS.

    Sir,—Having witnessed the various performances of the Melbourne Garrick Club, I, am authorised by the members of the Juvenile Adelphi Club, ages from 15 to 19 years of age, to ...

    Article : 101 words
  17. BRUNSWICK COUNCIL.

    Sir,—Allow me to correct the, following misstatement which appears in your issue of to-day: —"The Council resolved to trausact no business While the Chairman was present." Not so. I ...

    Article : 199 words
  18. POLICE.

    DRUNKENNESS AND DISORDERLY CONDUCT. —John M'Coroy, Peter Russell, James Brown, Mary Johnston, John Anderson, and Samuel Trongrove (drunk and disorderly), were fined 5s. ...

    Article : 706 words
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