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  2. SANDRIDGE WATER-WORKS.

    Sir,—My attention was called to-day to an artile in your paper headed La Tro[?] Ditch, complaining of the careless a[?] insecure manner in which the crossings on the Sand[?] Water-Works were made and kept up. ...

    Article : 246 words
  3. CITY COUNCIL.

    Present—The Mayor, A[?]man Guthridge, Councillors Drewery, Hayward, Grave, Clay, Bennett, Bell, Walsh, Gallagher, Vaugh[?], Clowes, Lane, Davis. ...

    Article : 1,571 words
  4. CASTLEMAINE.

    The general sessions for the Northern District commence to-morrow, but beyond three appeal cases for grog-selling, there will be nothing to occupy the time and attention of ...

    Article : 1,412 words
  5. SIR CHARLES HOTHME.

    Sir,—[?]ing on your judicious [?] in Saturday [?] Argus I am tempted also to afford my mite of information as regards Sir Charles Hot[?]m's career prior to his c[?] on the African Station. ...

    Article : 347 words
  6. SCRAPS FROM THE OVENS.

    THE BUCKLAND.—Since the date of my last communication, I have visited the Buckland gold-field, and have now to report that my previous impressions regarding the locality are ...

    Article : 1,155 words
  7. GOLD-MINES IN P[?]U.

    Sir,—I am one of the many who have come down from the diggings with the intention of proceeding to Callao, where, if we can [?] upon the reports current about, imm[?] rich diggins h[?] been discovered. ...

    Article : 177 words
  8. MUSICAL.

    Sir,—The petronage with which [?] were kind enough to honor [?] my fi[?] appearing [?] Melbourne, makes it a duty to me to inform you [?]f my labors and my int[?]ons. ...

    Article : 275 words
  9. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    ADVERTISEMENTS.—We have been forced to omit several cal[?]nal of advertisements for want of room. The larger type in which, at pre[?], we are obliged to s[?]t them, [?]les of course very much more ...

    Article : 4,556 words
  10. M'IVOR DIGGINGS.

    Five Newcastle pets, ready primed, loaded, and mounted, all caught here this week in a heap. Huzzah[?] What say ye, Messrs, Stewell and Foster; will ye come up soon to defend ...

    Article : 1,589 words
  11. THE TEST OF TIME.

    Once, in the twlight realm of thought Wandering and [?]. I was brought Before an ancient portal, wrought Of heavy stone, but now decay[?]d; ...

    Article : 808 words
  12. LEGSISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    NOTICES OF MOTION:— 1. MR. FAWKNER: To move, That this House do reselve itself into a Committee of the whole in order to prepare an Address to ...

    Article : 546 words
  13. BENDIGO.

    THE NEW DIGGINGS.—Hundreds still continue to leave the Bendigo for the new diggins, from which very good accounts continue to be received. Many parties are evidently ...

    Article : 1,491 words
  14. GOVERNMENT LAND SALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,350 words
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