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  2. THE VICTORIAN RAILWAY FOUNDRY IN CASTLEMAINE.

    The Great Britain, on her next voyage home, will convey a drawing of the establishment of Messrs. Cornish and Bruce for the Illustrated London News. In taking this step, Mr. Bruce ...

    Article : 1,789 words
  3. POLICE.

    DRUNKENNESS.—Charles Moon, Mary Bowe, and George Williams, were fined 5s. each. MINOR OFFENCES.—Mary Pascoe, a notorious drunkard and disorderly character, was fined ...

    Article : 484 words
  4. LAW REPORT.

    KEMMISS AND ANOTHER V. ORR AND OTHERS. This is a suit for partition of a survey of 5,120 acres of land on the Rivers Albert and Tarra, in Gipps Land, purchased of the Crown in 1841. ...

    Article : 1,995 words
  5. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1860.

    Mr. DARWIN'S theory of the creation of species by Natural Selection must be taken to have an inverse operation in Australia. The law, as we have it hero, ...

    Article : 5,917 words
  6. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    THE DEMONSTRATION TO MR. STUART.—A meeting will be held to-day, at the Norfolk Arms, for the purpose of making arrangements for a public demonstration to Mr. Stuart. There will ...

    Article : 482 words
  7. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCH.

    The men of Stuart's exploring party start to-morrow via Port Augusta. Flour market dull, £16 10s.; selling price of wheat, 7s. ...

    Article : 75 words
  8. CRIMINAL SESSIONS.

    OBTAINING MONEY UNDER FALSE PRETENCES. William Mathews pleaded "Not Guilty" to the charge of obtaining money under false pretences from a person named Abraham Wolff, in ...

    Article : 859 words
  9. THE GAZETTE.

    The following announcements appeared in the Gazette of yesterday:- APPOINTMENTS. The Hon. Vincent Pyko, and Theodotus John ...

    Article : 300 words
  10. MR. STUART'S NEW EXPEDITION.

    Some information in reference to the arrangements for the new exploring expedition under Mr. Stuart's leadership was elicited yesterday from the Ministry by questions in Parliament. ...

    Article : 1,222 words
  11. GEELONG.

    At another meeting of the persons favourable to the formation of our Mounted Rifle Crops, held yesterday at the Town-hall, William Fraser, Esq., in the chair, the only business transacted ...

    Article : 1,138 words
  12. WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS.

    Abstract of Births and Deaths registered in the Metropolitan and Suburban Registration Districts during the Week ending October l8, 1860. District. Deputy Registar. Births. Deaths. ...

    Article : 183 words
  13. TASMANIA.

    THE LATE JOHN DUNN, ESQ., M.P.— Letters received by the friends of the late Mr. Dunn have placed them in possession of some of the particulars connected with his decease. It ...

    Article : 581 words
  14. MR. JAMES BONWICK.

    Sir,—With the sentiments of your paragraph relating to Mr. Bonwick, in yesterday's Argus, every one acquainted with that indomitable worker in the cause of Victorian progress will ...

    Article : 476 words
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