The employment of the police at the monster meeting of Monday night, to take tickets, put down opposition, and eject dissentients, is a fresh indication ...Article : 7,202 words
Yesterday a deputation from the Borough Council of Footscray, introduced by Mr. M. L. King, had an interview with the hon. the Commissioner of Public Works. The ...Article : 1,046 words
Mr. G. B. Kerferd has addressed the electors of Yackandandah and Stanley. At both places he met with a most cordial reception. There is a marked change in public feeling ...Article : 695 words
"Ernani" was repeated last night to a moderate house. This opera has nevar been ingeneral favourhere, and, as we have already said, it would have been better had some more ...Article : 308 words
The following notifications appeared in the Gazette of yesterday:— APPOINTMENTS.—Nehemiah Wimble, to be land officer at Kilmore, on 31st December, ...Article : 426 words
United Albion were in great request to-day. and the splendid prospect of the Young Duke Company—seven ounces from a hatful of dirt —caused its shares also to be much inquired ...Article : 550 words
Sir,—I see in this day's paper a letter signed A. Martelli, which would lead your readers to infer that Mr. Watkins had been guilty of deliberate falsehood. I think it right to state, ...Article : 100 words
Sir,—On my arrival this morning from Europe, via Panama and Sydney, I saw in the report of a meeting held at Scott's Hotel, on the 30th ult., that Mr. J. Campbell Grossie in ...Article : 239 words
Alexander Allan Grant, of Traralgon, Gipps Land, late publican. Causes of insolvency— Bad debts and fulling off in business. Liabilities, £449; assets, £93 5s. 10d.; deficiency, ...Article : 135 words
Please choose from the following download options:
Share this item on:
Print page as...
It's easy and takes two shakes of a lamb's tail!
With your Trove account you can: