A short time ago we advocated a resumption by the banks of issue of that mutual understanding which had suffered disruption by the sudden ...Article : 8,553 words
Tenders have been accepted to sink the shaft of the Melbourne and Avoca Company, whose prospects are considered good. Operations will commence on Monday. ...Article : 571 words
The rivers are rising very rapidly. The Campaspe has risen in High-street as far as the Town-hall, and along at the rear of Mr. Homan's store, by the back of the Echuca ...Article : 453 words
Foremost among those who have rushed and will rush into print with their biographies of Charles Dickens, and with a better right than most to do so, is Mr. George Augustus ...Article : 3,094 words
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The usual fortnightly meeting was held on Thursday evening, the mayor (Councillor Johnstone) in the chair, and also present— Councillors May, Curtis, Joyce, Westall, ...Article : 319 words
Thomas Coghill, of Kilmore, assistant county court bailiff. Causes of insolvency— Sickness and death in family, and want of sufficient employment Liabilities, £55 14s. 2d. ...Article : 67 words
Calendar for September. NEW COURT HOUSE. (Before their Honours Sir W. F. Stawell, Chief Justice; Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams.) ...Article : 102 words
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