Sir—I see in the coarse of the denate which ensued in the Legislative Council on Wednesday, on Mr. Fisher's very useful motion for an address to the Lieutenant-Governor, representing the expediency of ...Article : 1,276 words
By the arrival of the steamer West Wind our Melbourne dates have been extended to the 13th instant. The following extracts from the Geelong Advertiser of the 10th, seem really to give assurance that the ...Article : 909 words
Present—All the members except Mr. Alderman Solomon, Mr. Alderman Paxton, Capt. Beevor, Mr. Hay, Mr. Platts, and Mr. Fiveash. NORTH-TERRACE. ...Article : 834 words
The Argus acknowledges Hobart Town dates to the 4th instant, and gives the following extracts:— "THE COLONIAL SECRETARY.—By the Chusan we have intelligence concerning the Colonial Secretary. ...Article : 467 words
By way of Melbourne we have Sydney papers to the 6th instant. We are indebted, however, to the Melbourne Morning Herald for the following extracts from the Sydney Gold Circulars of that date:— ...Article : 1,385 words
We are indebted to the Straits Times of the 29th June for the following highly interesting extracts from the North China Herald, of May 27:— "During the stay of the U. S. steamer Susquehanna ...Article : 1,632 words
By tho Flying Childers we have newspapers to the 27th June. An announcement of the Oriental Bank that they would receive deposits at interest and discount at short dates, at 7 and 8 per cent, per ...Article : 222 words
Present—R. R. Torrens, Esq., Chairman; Messrs. Magarey, Reedie, Packham, and Gibson. The minutes of proceedings of last meeting were read and confirmed. ...Article : 267 words
I arrived here this afternoon and found Captain Cadell on board the Lady Augusta, where the Governor, Private Secretary, and Mr. Grainger had been staving since the previous day. Our party was soon ...Article : 349 words
Sir—Being thoroughly acquainted with the "conflicting lines," and quite disinterested, a few remarks from me may not be unacceptable to the Central Board or to those who are locally or otherwise ...Article : 1,933 words
Sir—Will you allow me through your columns to draw the attention of the Inspector of Nuisances to the heaps of mud and refuse which the City Survevor permits to remain at the sides of our streets. ...Article : 205 words
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