Perhaps there is no kind of literature which has so few attractions for general readers as that universally known by the somewhat whimsical designation of ...Article : 5,410 words
The following are some of the announcements for to-day and following days:— FREE BANQUET. The Prince Alfred Free Banquet takes ...Article : 821 words
His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh arrived in Victorian waters on the 23rd inst., and is now the guest of his Excellency Sir Henry Manners Sutton. He was ...Article : 211 words
The reception of the Prince over, the entertainments in his honour were begun last night by the Governor with a ball. The promise of the event naturally raised ...Article : 4,140 words
One of those barbarous outrages which are engendered by religious rancour and intolerance, and which leave a stain of ignominy attached to the community among ...Article : 1,074 words
Dr. Youl held an inquest at Carlton, yesterday, on the body of a child named Sarah Jane Smith, aged eleven months. Deceased was the child of Henry Smith, gasfitter, ...Article : 507 words
Sir,—At the request of some of my friends I beg to state, for the information of the indignant correspondent referred to in your Tuesday's issue that I am not the same ...Article : 201 words
The following have been selected as those from whom our intercolonial team will be chosen for the intercolonial rifle match with Victoria:—Lynch, Slade, Rayner, ...Article : 250 words
Sir,—I have to thank your correspondent "M.A.," in this mornings issue, for drawnig attention to the mysterious way in which the tickets for the ladies admitted to witness ...Article : 190 words
CROWN PAPER.—The Queen v. Messenger, special case. CIVIL PAPER.—The Queen v. Duffus, nisi for quo warranto; Koch v. Cornish Gold-mining; Company ...Article : 295 words
The following announcements appeared in the Gazette of yesterday:— APPOINTMENTS.—Mr George Robert Ridley, to be a coroner of Victoria, and to act at ...Article : 134 words
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