The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Victoria met, pursuant to agreement, "at 11 o'clock yesterday morning, and the succeeding two hours were taken up in devotional ...Article : 3,441 words
The election of a Parliamentary representative for the district of South Bourke, rendered necesssary by the acceptance of office by Mr. Hibbert Newton, took place yesterday, on hustings erected ...Article : 2,501 words
On Saturday lost Mr. Martley met the electors of Maldon at the Kangaroo Theatre, and, although the notice had been but brief, the room was crowded to excess. Mr. Stevenson was ...Article : 2,065 words
The Wahgunyah rush has been and will be a great success, and at the same time a great failure. How failure and success can tread so closely on each other's heels, or, rather, walk hand ...Article : 1,588 words
Drunkenness.—John Campbell, JohnPorter, Thomas Harmen, John Tolmie, Mary Ryan, and Thomas Jones were fined 5s. each.—Peter Carroll was cautioned and discharged. ...Article : 1,575 words
Sir,—Among the many uncertainties surrounding the occupation of the farmer, the blight which has this year committed such devastation in the cat crop, is, perhaps, one of the most alarming ...Article : 1,015 words
Sir.—The increase of these reptiles is only [?] the settled districts, where their natural enemies, the "jackass" and other birds, are either destroyed or frightened away. Perhaps it is not ...Article : 243 words
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