Probates were granted to the wills of the following:—James Webster, £1200, James Hall, £3,402, on the motion of Mr. Hodges; Wm. Jupp, £1,160, on the motion of Mr. ...Article : 596 words
Yesterday was the last day for receiving nomination-papers for most of the boroughs, towns, and shires throughout the colony In some cases where there is no contest, ...Article : 1,486 words
The production of Mr. Wilkie Collins's "New Magdalen" gave Miss Ward last night on opportunity of demonstrating her ability in a direction somewhat different ...Article : 916 words
Our first notice of this production—which is in reality a great operatic revival—was necessarily occupied with the name of the new prima donna, and with reference ...Article : 686 words
The Assembly haa got into the discussion of the long desired Electoral Bill at last, which has been read a second time without division. The Opposition was afraid to reject ...Article : 1,271 words
" It is," says Dickens, "a complete answer to laments ever the degeneracy of the human race, that each new child is pronounced by all concerned to be infinitely superior to its ...Article : 2,222 words
At the City Police Curt yesterday, before Messre. Sturt, P.M. Garton and Rennie, J.P.'s, Frederick Augustus Prater was charged on summons with stealing £16 [?]., ...Article : 1,011 words
Dr. Youl held an inquest at the Melbourne gaol yesterday on the body of a man named Charles Sherwood, aged about 60 years, who died whrist a prisoner there on the 28th July. ...Article : 416 words
There was a good brisk business during the greater part of to day, and except a rather heavy decline in that mysterious mine the Parker's United, and a fall in new ...Article : 863 words
At the CITY COURT on Friday, Susan Howard, a domestic servant, waa charted with stealing a pair of blankete, a bed cover, pillow, and sheet, from the house of Mrs. Emily Ah [?], ...Article : 495 words
Sir —I make no excuse nor offer any opology for writing to you to bring under your notice and to solicit your assistance in a case of real distress—that of a lady who ...Article : 449 words
Sir,—I was surprised to see in The Argus of Friday that Dr. Macartney stated to the Election Committee of the Legislative Assembly that the Bishop of Melbourne had ...Article : 158 words
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