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  2. A Great Will Case.

    In the Supreme Court of Victoria, on Thursday last, an application was made to Mr. Justice Molesworth for the revocation of the probate of the will of the late George ...

    Article : 2,864 words

    SIR,—As one that has watched with some int[?] Mr. Brunker's short but promising career as a p[?] tician, I saw with regret your paragraph of Saturd[?] last, intimating that that gentleman had joined t[?] ...

    Article : 912 words
  4. Queensland Stock Movements and State of the Country.

    This month is usually considered to be one of the wet ones, but there have only been so far a few fine showers, and they have not fallen everywhere. Fortunately the previous ...

    Article : 701 words
  5. Review of the Permanent and Volunteer Forces.

    The Commandant's parade, which was ordered for the purpose of enabling Colonel Downes, R.A., Commandant of South Australian Forces, and Colonel Anderson, ...

    Article : 975 words
  6. Colonisation of New Guinea.

    With regard to a proposed expedition from New Zealand to colonize New Guinea, the Lyttelton Times observes:—It will be remembered that about two years ago an ...

    Article : 324 words

    SIR,—This bridge is very much out of re[?]air again, although it is not long since it was patc[?]ed up. A very serious accident came very near [?]p[?] pening to a young man last Sunday, who was ri[?]ing ...

    Article : 166 words
  8. Sufferings in the Bush.

    Our readers may remember to have seen an account of two travellers being lost in the bush on the road to Mount Browne, and some reference to the suffering they endured ...

    Article : 492 words
  9. (To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury.)

    SIR,—Please allow me to contradict the statem[?]t made under the heading, "The German Anti-Jew[?] Feeling," in your valuable paper of 26th inst. Being a German refractor, and having lived [?] 10 ...

    Article : 441 words
  10. Agricultural News by the English Mail.

    The British agricultural journals are much occupied by discussions on the interminable question of agricultural reform. The report of the Irish Land Commissioners falls foul of ...

    Article : 633 words

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