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  2. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    Vessels full of miners are still leaving this for Otago, but up the country the New Zealand fever seems to have somewhat subsided for the present. The return of unsuccessful ...

    Article : 1,563 words
  3. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1863.

    In the Legislative Council yesterday, The PRESIDENT announced that His Excellency would attend the House on the following day to give the Royal assent to certain ...

    Article : 8,071 words
  4. AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

    The produce market remains unaltered. Flour is in very moderate demand, and the arrivals at Sydney from California have had a depressing effect there. At Adelaide holders ...

    Article : 1,248 words
  5. THE ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY.

    At the weekly meeting of the council of the Acclimatisation Society, on Tuesday (present —His Excellency Sir Honry Barkly, Dr. Black, and Messrs. C. J. Griffith, Samuel Wilson, ...

    Article : 1,733 words
  6. ART-UNION OF VICTORIA.

    The annual meeting for the drawing and distribution of prizes in connexion with this institution, took place on Tuesday afternoon, at 105 Collins-street cast, but there was ...

    Article : 951 words
  7. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES.

    A meeting of the Intercolonial Match Committee is called to consider the best steps to place the most accurate version of the disturbance at the late match before the ...

    Article : 475 words
  8. VICTORIA JOCKEY CLUB RACES.

    The following are the weights for the Victoria Jockey Club Autumn Handicap and the Steeplechase, to be run on Saturday, February 28, on Flemington Course:— ...

    Article : 272 words
  9. PROPOSED TESTIMONIAL.

    Sir,—I see in this day's Argus, among the volunteer notices, a requisition signed by Mr. G. Chapman, for the object of getting up a testimonial to Captain Wilkie. Now, Sir, I ...

    Article : 238 words
  10. THE LETTERS PER COLOMBO.

    Sir,—If the Post-office authorities had adopted the simple precaution of putting the foreign mails into zinc-lined cases, the letter of "T, A. S.," in this morning's paper might ...

    Article : 76 words
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