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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Mr. c. Hardy, of the Rosebrook road killed a diamond snake three feet long, in his store, on Saturday last. "Mrs. Hardy was writing at the desk when she saw the snake close by," ...

    Article : 2,001 words
  3. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    There is a little prospect of a some what more amicable termination of the present session than lately seemed possible. Negotiations have been going on privately between the ...

    Article : 1,670 words
  4. VICTORIA RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING.

    The fine sunshiny weather returned on Saturday, and made the closing day by far the most enjoyable of the Spring Meeting. The attendance was large, even if it did not come ...

    Article : 5,800 words
  5. THE UNITED STATES AND FIJI.

    We are indebted to Mr. Joshua [?], secretary of the Polynesia Company, for the following documents in relation to the United States Government granting a protectorate ...

    Article : 690 words
  6. LAW REPORT.

    The declaration in this case was in the ordinary form for money payable by defendants to plaintiff; money had and received; money paid by plaintiff for defendants, at ...

    Article : 3,162 words
  7. POLICE.

    MINOR OFFENCES.—William Hetherington was charged with assaulting Constable Connell. The prisoner, with a number of others, was attempting to get into the railway ...

    Article : 1,080 words
  8. NEW ZEALAND.

    Our latest dates from New Zealand ports are Dunedin the 29th ult., Lyttelton the 30th ult., and Hokitika the 2nd inst. The only items of intelligence possessing any interest received ...

    Article : 295 words
  9. INQUEST.

    The city coroner (Dr. Youl) held an [?] at the Melbourne Hospital, on Saturday, on the body of James Canty, aged 24'years. The deceased, who was a miner at Godfrey's ...

    Article : 115 words
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