IN these hard times, who wouldn't be a prisoner in the Beechworth gaol ? There you would be well fed, well cared for, with the lightest of work (just sufficient to give you an appetite) and plenty of fresh air. Who wouldn't be a prisoner ? No cares, no troubles connected with ...Article : 277 words
WHAT'S a' the steer, gude folks ? What's a' the steer ? Sae JAMIE has commanded To tak' awa' our beer. ...Article : 136 words
MARCUS CLARKE. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 9 words
THE Borough of Hawthorn may be congratulated on the possession of candidates for the high and important office of councillor, who are evidently men of mark. Messrs. CHARLES DALLEY and JAMES DISNEY have issued their address, and as a sample of highly ...Article : 373 words
BUT it is to be hoped by this time it has transpired; meaning that of the cowardly brute at Beechworth, who, a few days ago, committed the vilest of outrages upon a girl, who, happening to be travelling the same road as he was going, and being afraid of a suspicious-looking ...Article : 108 words
AN intelligent postman has prepared a list of the various explosive observations he heard on Monday morning when he delivered the letters from Honolulu and San Francisco. He says that at the end of the day he found himself utterly demoralised, in consequence of ...Article : 101 words
IT has been rumoured that the management of the police force is about to be vested in a Board of Commissioners. The truth is that Mr. LONG-MORE is appointed Chief Commissioner, and Captain STANDISH is to be his secretary. ...Article : 42 words
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