We have received the Ocerland Friend of China of the 7th June, from which we extract the following further saumary respecting the great rebellion. We continue our report of actual occurrences since ...Article : 3,548 words
THE MISSING BOX OF SPECIE.—Up to a late hour yesterday afternoon the box containing 10,000 sovereign had not been recovered from the bottom of the Yarra Yarra. Under the direction of Mr. Thomas ...Article : 4,874 words
The greatest excitement has naturally been felt in town respecting the reported attack upon the Private Escort Company's troop from M'Ivor. Strange to say, although the robbery is said to have taken place on ...Article : 506 words
It is quite evident that the business of the Council is fast drawing to a close. After a week of dilly-dallying, the house adjourned from Thursday over till Friday with the view of giving the committees time to work up. ...Article : 2,167 words
We have papers from Perth to tho 10th June. The only item of importance is subjoined By recent accounts from Leschenaulf, we have been given to understand, that the operations at the Coal ...Article : 145 words
ARRIVALS.—During the past week there has been a constant succession of arrivals of Intending diggers from all parts. I have heard of no very brilliant instances of individual success at digging, but from the ...Article : 1,598 words
A meeting of this Association took place last evening, In the hall of the Mechanics' Institute, The LORD BISHOR OF MELBOURNR presided. We noticed on the platform the Dean of Melbourne, the Rev. Messrs. ...Article : 1,371 words
Sir,—A statement has appeared in the Herald of yesterday sollciting the indulgence of his readers for certain omissions apparent throughous its general department, attributed it is said, to the compositors ...Article : 512 words
A most disgraceful confusion prevailed at the Wharf yesterday afternoon, on the arrival of the Keera and Victoria steamers. The Victoria came in about five minuts before the Keera, and took up her berth ahead ...Article : 1,058 words
Messrs W. M. Tennent and Co., at their Rooms— Watches, Ironmongery, glassware, hoslery, wines and spirits, colonial produce. Mr. J. A. Hay, at his Rooms—Iron houses, horse ...Article : 258 words
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