In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, In answer to Mr. Richardson, Mr. JOHNSTON stated that to supply Geelong with water would cost 254,000l. There ...Article : 8,252 words
Another success attended the representation of the "Huguenots" last night at the Theatre Royal. In spite of the excessive closeness of the weather, which, as a matter ...Article : 554 words
A special general meeting of the members of the Chamber of Commerce was held at the Exchange-building yesterday afternoon, for the purpose of considering the following ...Article : 3,355 words
Sir,—Your strictures this morning on the above bill would not have been a whit too severe had they been borne out by the bill itself, and the plans referred to in it. The ...Article : 1,253 words
At a quarter past two o'clock this morning, one of the most destructive fires which have occurred on Ballarat broke out on the Mainroad in a two-storey, boardings house near No.1 ...Article : 1,075 words
The Legislative Council Bill has been discharged from the paper in the Assembly. An action for slander by Mr. Watt, late Independent minister, against Mr. Flett, ...Article : 207 words
Crown Paper.—The Queen v. Wood, the Queen v. Stewart, the Queen v. [?]ter and other, then [?] v. Smith, and the Queen v. Nathan and [?] — special cases. ...Article : 329 words
Sir,—The Rev. W. Moss and myself have just taken each a first-class ticket to Castlemaine—24s. 9d. We were tendered in change three of Holloway's tokens, and the clerk said ...Article : 93 words
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The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thu 27 Nov 1862, Page 5
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