Sir.—I, think this an opportune time to come to a clear understanding as to the principles which should guide the Government in dealing with land granted for the use of ...Article : 1,694 words
Sir,—It is pleasant to reflect that the public mind of Victoria has softened while it has ripened, and that wo have in tho course of years become not only a wiser but a kinder ...Article : 1,649 words
Sir,—Will you through the medium of your journal permit mo to draw the attention of the public to the proposed regulations of the Board of Education? The profession of a ...Article : 1,677 words
The following is the calendar of prisoners for trial at the Criminal Sittings of the Supreme Court, commencing on Tuesday next:- Mary Ann Dewing, attempt at suicide. ...Article : 1,615 words
Mr, J. W. STEPHEN concluded his argument against the motion of the defendants to dissolve the injunction. He addfessed himself to-day principally to the alleged acquiescenc[?] ...Article : 595 words
Sir,—It is a pity, when the attention of "F. G. S." was drawn to my letter on the manufacture of iron, in your issue of yesterday, that he did not reflect upon my statements, ...Article : 1,680 words
Mr. James Stevenson, the district mining surveyor for Creswick, who, it will be remembered, obtained leave of absence from the Mining Department for the purpose of visiting ...Article : 1,723 words
Shaw v. Wright, motion for receiver. INSOLVENT COURT. Special Meeting.—James Henderson, at eleven o'clock. ...Article : 45 words
"DRUNKENNESS AND DISORDERLY CONDUCT.— "William'Johnston, Sarah Berry, John M'Farlane, and Ann Nolan, were fined 5s. each for drunkenness; or, in default, to be imprisoned ...Article : 816 words
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