In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, In answer to Mr. Woods, Mr. M'CULLOCH said the engagements of the officers and men of the Victoria would ...Article : 5,536 words
The community should not readily let slip the memory of the man whose remains the grave this day receives. We have among us too few of the stamp of Donald Kennedy to ...Article : 890 words
Yesterday the fourth annual exhibition of the works of Victorian artists was opened— in the studio of Mr. Summers, Collins-street east—by His Excellency the Governor, who ...Article : 1,847 words
The plaintiff in this case is Dr. J. S. Adams, a squatter, residing near Cranbourne, and the defendants (Mr. Herbert Power and Mr. G. H. Davenport) are the representatives of the firm ...Article : 3,062 words
Sir,—M. De Dollon's rejoinder to my letter of yesterday somewhat forcibly reminds me of the story that Lord Erougham used to tell of his experience when a barristsr. On one ...Article : 626 words
On Wednesday, February 10, the Chariman of Committees took the chair in the absence of Mr. Speaker, through indisposition. Mr. Wilson moved a resolution to the effect that ...Article : 679 words
The Cape papers state that the British steam frigate Narcissus had seized, in Simon's Bay, the barque Tuscaloosa, a prize, of the Alabama's, afterwards commissioned by ...Article : 312 words
A very large and influential meeting of the inhabitants of this district took place yesterday evening, in the long room of the Junction Hotel, Wood's Point, to petition the hon. the ...Article : 873 words
Sir,—The reprint in your issue of to-day of an extract from the London Times, of December 15, referring to the recent English act —to come into force on 1st January last—for ...Article : 284 words
The following announcements appeared in yesterday's Gazette:— PROPOSED SCHOOL COMMITTEES.—Campbell's Creek school, 120, Charles Talstrues; ...Article : 333 words
Rochford v Jackson (partly heard), Halfey v. Cole Jenkins v. Elsdon. EQUITY COURT. SITTINGS IN EQUITY. ...Article : 248 words
Sir,—Will you permit me to suggest through your columns what, in my opinion, would be an improvement in the regulations us to delivery of telegraphic messages [?] It is, simply, ...Article : 227 words
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