Captain DANE brought up the report of the committee on the St. Kilda Pier Company's Bill. It was ordered to be printed. ...Article : 5,357 words
The Court delivered judgment this morning in the important case of Riddie v. Bayley, Mayor of Geelong, which we published at full length. The judges also expressed a hope they would be able to ...Article : 3,506 words
The Town Council were employed the greater part of yesterday in considering some of the hundreds of appeals against the late valuation, and a finer theatre for the display ...Article : 879 words
1. Mr. FAWKNER: To move that the Report from the Select Committee to which Patrick Rehi's Petition [?] referred, be taken into consideration. 2. Capt, COLE: tO move that the House do now take ...Article : 532 words
As we look with very great interest upon the arrival amongst us of the good and able gentlemen who were so warmly welcomed at Mr. Morison's chapel on Wednesday ovening, we gladly publish this morning rather ...Article : 1,483 words
THE LA THOBR DITCH.—It appears that this stupendous work of art, is going to be a very profitable speculation after all. According to figures upon paper, its supply of water to the ships, to Williamstown, to ...Article : 2,424 words
The following is the letter of the Acting Chief Justice [?] upon the table of the House, and referring to the rules of Court regulating the foes of the sollciters:— Judge's Chambers, 21st March, 1854. ...Article : 1,056 words
Sir,—If we may judge from previous accounts received of the superior sailing capabilities of the Bosphorus, we may expect our new governor, Sir. Charles Rotham, may be amongst us in a few days, and not ...Article : 454 words
The sittings of the County Courty for Bourke, for the month of April, in its £10 jurisdiction, commenced before His Honor R. W. Pohlman, Esq. there were 1[?] plaints filed. To-day the caused in the £50 ...Article : 1,099 words
Bendigo is beginning once more to present a scene of general bustle and activity. Numbers of parties are daily pouring in on all sides. the guilies are becoming dotted with ...Article : 1,157 words
Sir,—Would you kindly give publicity to the fact of there being no place of worship for members of the English Chruch, who reable in this populous identity. The luhabitan[?] deeply regret that their spiritual ...Article : 120 words
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