His Honour Sir R. Barry at the sitting of the court yesterday, delivered the following reserved judgement in the suit of CARR V. THE BANK OF VICTORIA. ...Article : 2,660 words
Mr. Murray has in the press "The Messiah and His Kingdom: a Narrative of Our Lord's Life, Sufferings, Death, Resurrection, and Ascention," by a Layman, author of "Life of Bishop ...Article : 3,199 words
Sir,—Thinking that a short account, by an eye-witness, of the expedition to the Waitara, on Monday and Tuesday last, may be acceptable to your readers, I will endeavour to give a true ...Article : 1,878 words
The weekly meeting of the members of the City Council was held yesterday, his Worship the Mayor being in the chair, The minutes of the preceding meeting were ...Article : 1,520 words
THE MINES SWAMPED.—Last evening, about half-past 9 o'clock, the residents on the main road, near the crushing-mills, heard a very unusual noise; some describing the report as like ...Article : 747 words
Sir,—Many of your readers will, no doubt, have observed that a much larger portion of your correspondence columns is occupied with matters relating to the Melbourne Gas Company ...Article : 497 words
Sir,— In writing to you on the 5th inst., my object was morely to rectify an error, which among the machine-sewing community was known to be a gross mistake, and which, though of itself ...Article : 454 words
Adjourned Second Meeting.—Moses Summerfield, at 10 o'clock. First and Only Meeting.—John Wm. Gower, John Henry Gould, Walter Burrill, George D. Knight, at 11 ...Article : 78 words
DRUNKENNESS.—Patrick Casey; Dick, an aboriginal; Rober Hynes, Robort Curran, A[?]e Perrin, James Pickup, Edward Grant, Hannah Donovan, James Smith, Robert Davis, Frederick ...Article : 1,146 words
Sir,—A most distressing, scene was witnessed in the burial-ground on Saturday last. About 4 o'clock p.m., an ordinary cart, followed by two females, was seen wending its way to the gates of the ...Article : 754 words
Sir,—Only one thing more appears to me to be necessary in order to place in its true light the treatment experienced by the Wesleyan body at the hands of the Denominational School ...Article : 517 words
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