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  2. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1866.

    Few sermons, clerical or lay, ever suffered so much at the hands of critics and commentators as Mr. MICHIE'S last discourse. A prevailing dearth of ...

    Article : 7,578 words
  3. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES.

    The late heavy rains have caused serious damage to the claims on the Woolshed and at Yackandandah. Many of the most extensive of them are completely flooded, ...

    Article : 629 words
  4. THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION

    Since the new Exhibition Catalogue is already in sheets, and may reasonably be exported when published to lead more people to pursue their inquiries into the specimens of colonial ...

    Article : 1,396 words
  5. SPEECH-DAY OF THE SCOTCH COLLEGE.

    Yesterday was the speech-day of the Scotch-College, and concluded the session of 1866. The pupils assembled at St. George's-hall at two o'clock, and took up their places ...

    Article : 1,553 words
  6. BALLARAT.

    The Break-o'-Day Company, Rokewood, had 162oz. 5dwt. for the fortnight, and Grant and party, in the adjoining claim, had 188oz. 10dwt. for the same period. The South ...

    Article : 488 words
  7. THE POST-OFFICE CLOOK-TOWER.

    Sir,—It was intended that the clock-tower of the new Post-office should at least be useful, if it were not pretty. It was for that reason that spaces were left for clock-faces of ...

    Article : 148 words
  8. ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE.

    Great excitement prevailed in the town yesterday afternoon, the intelligence being brought in from Yankee Point that a man named R. C. Johnson, well known in the ...

    Article : 266 words
  9. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day.)

    Yandell v. Hector, Shaw v. Gorman (exceptions). INSOLVENT COURT. (Before the Chief Commissioner.) ...

    Article : 173 words
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