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  2. THE WHARVES.

    Sir,—At [?] time when the wants of wharf an warehouse accommodation become daily more and more felt by the whole mercantile community of Melbourne, it is of paramount necessity to jealously watch ...

    Article : 1,154 words
  3. SCRAPS FROM THE OVENS.

    NINE MILE CRE[?]K.—The diggings in this direction are now the centre of attraction on this gold[?]ld. Within the last week a new gully, called Nuggety Gully, has been opened. ...

    Article : 1,840 words
  4. GOVERNMENT LAND SALES.

    The attendance yesterday was not quite so large as on Wednesday. There was the same cager spirit of competition among those present, and, as usual, very great advances on the upset ...

    Article : 2,077 words
  5. CITY OF MELBOURNE ELECTION.

    Yesterday having been appointed to take the poll upon this election, polling-places were opened for that purpose for the five wards of the city as follows:— ...

    Article : 525 words
  6. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir and Gentlemen,—As it is the province of the Press to watch over the interests of the public, and to warn them of anything that may be hurtful or prej[?]dicial to their interests, I need not apologise for ...

    Article : 1,145 words
  7. IDLINGS IN THE BUSH.—NO. VIII.

    Wonderful pennyworth! I remember the [?]e when one of thy ancestors, not half so [?]ent as thyself, would cost a guinea; [?]d had I paid five gunieas for thee in ...

    Article : 1,347 words
  8. THE SONG OF THE BOWL.

    With features wan and worn, With nose of the grossest red, A man there sat, like a drowsy bat, Who lifted his maudlin head; ...

    Article : 489 words
  9. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    OBITUARY,—Our readers would regret yesterday to perceive the notice of the death of Mr. J. A. Burnett, long connected with the firmof Dalgety, Gore, and Co., of this city. Although a gentleman of retiring ...

    Article : 4,235 words
  10. SUPREME COURT.

    Their Honors took their seat on the bench at the usual hour. WAITE V. ROBERTS. Mr. Dawson moved for a rule nisi in this ...

    Article : 701 words
  11. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION, THIS DAY.

    Messrs W. M. Tennent & Co., at their Rooms—Furniture, linem, clothing, houses and land. At the stores of E. Westby & Co.—Oats, bricks, &c. Messrs. Francsi & Cohen, at their Rooms—Grocery, ...

    Article : 265 words
  12. LEAKY SHIPS.

    Sir,—In yoru summary of the colony of Victoria, published in your issue of the 21st inst., you state that the Australian steamer had "started for Australia, and put back 'leaky.' Her precise kind of disarragement ...

    Article : 384 words
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