The whole of the day was occupied by hearing the motions for new trials. Some of these motions were based on the most friv[?]lous and v[?]xatious grounds, and we are sorry to see their ...Article : 786 words
The following information about the railway survey undertaken by the Government, appear in the letter of the Ballaarat correspondent to the Advertiser:— ...Article : 993 words
A meeting of the Melbourne Total Abstinence Society was held last evening, at the Temperance Hall, Russell-street. The room was crowded, and the addresses delivered were ...Article : 917 words
A public meeting of the electors of North Bourke waa held yesterday evening, at the Royal Hotel, Richmond, for the purpose of hearing from Mr. James Shanley, one of the candidates, ...Article : 764 words
Mr. Adenborough appeared for the plaintiff; and Mr. M'Gregor for the defendant. This was an action to recover £20 11s., the value of a quantity of stones sold by the ...Article : 844 words
Since I wrote last, politics have assumed an absorbing character, and we are on the eve of a general election, On Wednesday the 15th inst., a Gazette Extraordinary was published, ...Article : 1,245 words
This was a special meeting. The Assignee waa present, but the insolvents were not in attendance. Proof of one debt was admitted, and the ...Article : 1,187 words
The ordinary monthly meeting was held in the committee-room of the Hospital on Saturday evening last,—Dr. Motherwell, vice-president, in the chair. ...Article : 134 words
A meeting of the supporters of Dr. Hallett was held last evening at Hancock's Family Hotel, Wellington-street, Collingwood. Mr. WOODS was called to the chair. ...Article : 676 words
The ball of the Mechanics' Institution was filled last night on the occasion of the performance by the Philharmonic Society of a selection of sacred music. Sir Charles and Lady Hotham, ...Article : 378 words
DINING-ROOM ROW.— On Friday even— ing Jeffrey Bevan, pawnbroker, and Martin Kirwan, a constable, went into the Railway Dining Saloon, at the corner of Elizabeth-street ...Article : 3,477 words
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