FIRE AT THE KENT BREWERY.— We condense from the Empire of the 17th, the following account of this destructive fire:— Yesterday afternoon it was discovered that the ...Article : 1,897 words
The sale of Crown lands, at Tennent & Co.'s, yesterday, was well attended, and the bidding spirited. The proceeds of the day's sale amounted to £20,708. ...Article : 1,950 words
The Annual General Meeting of the members of the Mechanics' Institution was held at the hall of the Institution, on Tuesday evening, at Eight o'clock. ...Article : 4,488 words
PROGRESS.—Our subscribers may this morning [?] some satisfication in knowing that they rend the Argus for the first time printed by steam. In another day [?] two, our arrangements will be more complete, and we ...Article : 1,213 words
A REPORT recently appeared in our columns of a public meeting which had been held at the Temperance Hall, on Tuesday, the 18th instant, for The purpose of opposing the progress of the ...Article : 1,624 words
On Tuesday evening the usual monthly meeting of this body was held at the Star and Garter Tavern, Richmond, and was presided over by J. P. Fawkner, Esq., M.L.C., President ...Article : 1,076 words
FIRE IS SAN FRANCISCO.— The Alta California, of November 10, gives the following account of another destruetive fire in the city: —About half-past eight last evening, an ...Article : 433 words
How of[?] have I, my pretty Lillan, Protested that I loved you solely; That you alone amongst a million Should have my heart, and have it [?] ...Article : 141 words
Mr. M. Davis.—Cart springs, boots and shoes. Mr. J. A. [?]ay.—Furniture, butter, boots, [?] camp ovens. M[?]sars. Symons and P[?]rry.—Jewellery. ...Article : 90 words
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