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  2. INSOLVENT COURT.

    This was the third adjourned meeting. The Assessor, Mr. Jacomb, stated that he had not received any communication from Mr. Allan, neither had he received the books or papers, as directed at the last meeting. ...

    Article : 1,988 words
  3. CITY COUNCIL.

    Present: The Mayor; Aldermen Stephen and Reilly; Councillors Clowes, Vaughan, Drewery, Gallagher, Hayward, Bell[?] Bennett. Lane, Clay, Davis, Campbell, Smith, ...

    Article : 1,233 words
  4. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.

    DISCOVERY OF GOLD.—Before sending my last communication to your journal, hearing from an official friend the report of the discovery of gold, I waited upon Mr. Roweroft, ...

    Article : 2,270 words
  5. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    L[?]NACT.—Two persons, named John Phillips and Ann Lenahan were yesterday charged at the City Court witi[?]lunacy. Phillip's was a remanded case, he having been sent to pri[?] a week ago, in order that he ...

    Article : 2,828 words
  6. TO THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF VICTORIA.

    Gentlemen,—In common with every man of feeling, and especially with every Christian in the community, the undersigned is rejoiced to find an association formed in Melbourne for the laudable purpose of ...

    Article : 511 words
  7. PUBLIC MEETING OF THE INHABITANTS OF THE WESTERN MARKET.

    This was a meeting of the inhabitants of the Western Market, convened to consider the reception which their petitions had met with at the hands of the City Council. It will be ...

    Article : 969 words
  8. THE WHARVES.

    Mr. Editor- Had I had the time, and had it suited my health, I should have rica roc[?] tastified at the late public meeting, against the evil which the Government seek to perpe[?]ate in the leasing of a portion or ...

    Article : 665 words
  9. GEELONG.

    The following is a copy of the resolutions and petition adopted at the public meeting at the Masonic Hall, on Tuesday evening last, to protest against State aid to religion. ...

    Article : 1,150 words
  10. BALLAARAT SESSIONS.

    James Taylor was informed against for feloniously killing and slaying one John Hartley. Danil Price: I knew deceased. I remember passing his tent on January 11. The prisoner came there and ...

    Article : 1,374 words
  11. HUSSIA AND, TURKEY.

    Sir,—During the excitement which at present previ[?]s regarding the Russian and, Turkian question, the anclosed, which I have ext[?]cted from a Scottish newspaper, may be interesting to the readers of your ...

    Article : 412 words
  12. DEATH OF MRS. CLARKE.

    Sir,—Knowing that you are always happy to rectify any an dall mistakes that by reg[?]ent or [?]dent find their way into your valuable journal, permit me to make one or two corrections respecting the above unhappy ...

    Article : 235 words
  13. COUNTY COURT.

    Mr. Cope appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Michle for the defendant. This was an action brought by the plaintiff as trustee of Mr. Boar, to recover the sum of [?], for the ...

    Article : 1,829 words
  14. SUPREME COURT.

    A very heavy list is accumulating on the Equity side of the Court. In consequence of the absence of Acting Chief Justice arry on Circuit. Mr. Justice Williams to-day, disposed of all motions of course, reserved the ...

    Article : 192 words
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