Midhat Pasha visits Vienna and London on Sehalf of the Porte. It is semi-officially stated that Austria objects to the now order of things ...Article : 69 words
The public will long before this have arrived at some conclusion with regard to the behaviour of those members of the Ministry who thought proper ...Article : 10,365 words
A fire occurred at about 8 o'clock last night on the premises of [?]. Stephenson, instrument and fancy goods dealer, Har[?]street, but it was extinguished before much ...Article : 715 words
A woman named Lear was killed this afternoon on the Colac railway. She had charge of one of the gates about two miles from the Colac station, and by some means at present ...Article : 124 words
A rush has set in in consequence of gold having been discovered at the head of the Narrican Creek, about 25 miles from here. From what I can learn, gold is obtained for ...Article : 102 words
The Treasurer, in his financial statement, referred to the prosperous condition of the country, as exemplified by the large exports of minerais, amounting in the last six ...Article : 174 words
The following is the list of prisoners now in the central gaol awaiting ttial at the Molbourne General Sessions, which commence in the County Court to-morrow:- ...Article : 41 words
Arthur Henry Rourke, of Flemington, clerk. Causes of insolvency-Long illness, and being obliged to pay interest on borrowed money. Liabilities, £296; assets, £64 ...Article : 99 words
Pickles v. Perry. IN CHAMBERS. His Honour the Chief Justice will take chamber business at 10 o'clock. ...Article : 57 words
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