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  2. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1861.

    It is on the thoroughly practical character of our Industrial Exhibition, that its success must altogether depend. It is by that, and that alone, that our ...

    Article : 6,055 words
  3. MR. J. G. FRANCIS AND HIS CONSTITUENTS.

    A public dinner took place last evening, at Cremorne Gardens, in honour of Mr. J. G. Francis; one of the members of the Legislative Assembly for Richmond. The little ...

    Article : 1,705 words
  4. ARRIVAL OF THE SALSETTE WITH THE SEPTEMBER MAILS FROM EUROPE.

    The Wonga Wonga, with the South Australian portion of the European September mails, arrived at Adelaide early this morning. The following is a ...

    Article : 2,342 words
  5. POLAND AND ENGLAND.

    On the 10th of July a numerous deputation waited on Colonel Staunton, the British consul at,Warsaw, while several thousands of people crowded in the street, and presented him with ...

    Article : 1,783 words
  6. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCH.

    Further news has been received from Lachlan, leaving little doubt that there is a rich gold-field there. Got by sinking, average depth 112 feet, yield paying shafts from half-ounce to eight ...

    Article : 148 words
  7. GEELONG.

    Some time in the month of July last (so the man Molloy says) two men named Thomas Molloy and Phillip Jean, or Jeene, went looking for work to Apollo Bay. While there they met with ...

    Article : 1,017 words
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