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  2. SYDNEY.

    The weather is peculiarly unseasonable. Cold drisziling rain, and strong winds from the southern quarter, have provailed for several days past, and there are at present no indications of more genial weather. This ...

    Article : 3,440 words
  3. NEW ZEALAND.

    We have pape[?] to the 8th Inst., but they contain no news of importance. DEATH OF [?] BRIDGEE—We regret to announce the death of Charles Bidgen, Esq, Assistant Comm[?] ...

    Article : 570 words
  4. ENGLISH.

    At length the India Bill has passed both houses of Parliament—not without considerable oposition from Lords Ellenborough and M[?]y, who, however, were treated in rather an off hand m[?] by the ...

    Article : 2,589 words
  5. GEELONG.

    Accounts have been received in town of great success attending those parties who have perseveed digging at the Wardy Yallck field. On Saturday, a respectable man arrived in town with about ninety ounces of fine ...

    Article : 345 words
  6. MOUNT ALEXANDER.

    An inquest was held on Tuesday and Wednesday last before Dr. Howlett, the Coroner, at the Back Creek, on the body of a man named William Smith, who was found dead under a dray on Monday morning ...

    Article : 1,113 words
  7. GOVERNMENT LAND SALES.

    A supplement to the Government Gazette, published on Saturday, proclaims a sale of Government lands at the Police Office Castlemaine, on the 28th, 29th, and 30th November, when the following lots wi[?] offer[?]— ...

    Article : 105 words
  8. GEELONG CIRCUIT COURT.

    Before His H[?] Mr. Justice Williams and the following special jury of four:—Highett H H. Gore, G. Board, and Thos. Carle, Esq. [?]VITE V. M'VEAN. ...

    Article : 160 words
  9. COUNCIL PAPERS.

    Laid upon the Council table by the Colonial Secretary, by command of His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor, and ordered by the Council to be printed, 18th October, 1853. ...

    Article : 891 words
  10. ZARA'S EAR-RINGS.

    My ear-rings! my ear-rings; they've dropped into the well, And what to say to M[?], I cannot cannot tell— Twas thus, Granada's fountain by, spoke Al[?]'s ...

    Article : 447 words
  11. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.

    EXECUTION—William Brown, convicted of stabbing James Stephens, with intent to murder him underwent the extreme penalty of the law this morning, [?] the usual place. He was attended on the [?]aff [?] ...

    Article : 288 words
  12. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Our files from Adelaide extend to the 26th ultimo. GRAND PIC-NIC.—Yesterday the bachelors of Adelaide entertained a party of ladies and gentlemen amounting to nearly four hundred at agrad pic-nic. The place ...

    Article : 717 words
  13. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION.

    W. M. Tennent and Co., at their Rooms—Township of Coleraine, allotmont at Northcote, books. Francis & Cohen, at their Mar—Barque Au[?], Ironmongery. ...

    Article : 208 words
  14. INSOLVENT COURT.

    Application for certificate of discharge. The insolvents attended, also Mr. Winch, clerk to Messrs. Dunbar, solicitors, on the insolvents' behalf. The Official Assi[?] was also present. ...

    Article : 357 words
  15. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    CADET THOMPSON.—We are extremely gratified to learn that this brave young cadet is so far out of danger that his medical attendants, on Wednesday last, permitted his removal from Mr C[?]tation, at ...

    Article : 3,132 words
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