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  2. ORIGINAI CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir,—Allow me to trespass on your liberality in requesting a place in the columns of the Argus for the following remarks:- It is acknowledged on all hands that the ...

    Article : 1,734 words
  3. MINERS' RIGHTS.

    Sir,—You will much oblige the digging community by giving prominence to the following notice in your Forest Creek news, as the general opinion is, that the time for ...

    Article : 136 words
  4. COUNTY COURT OF BOURKE.

    The Court took from No. 128 to No. 260 on the list. In the following cases a verdict was given for the plaintiffs:— ...

    Article : 415 words
  5. A NEW CHUM'S IDEAS.

    Sir,—The insolvent statistics which appeared in your paper a few days ago go far to confirm my first impressions of the extreme distress under which this colony is at present ...

    Article : 1,679 words
  6. SHIPWRECKS.

    Sir,—In the Argus of to-day I observe a report of the Shipwrecked Mariners' Society, stating that the lives lost by shipwreck last year amounted to above 3000. The unsafe ...

    Article : 242 words
  7. WIRE-WORM AND POTATO GRUB.

    Sir,—Having observed in the Melbourne Argus an extract from the Portland Guardian on the worm which has become so destructive in certain localities to wheat crops, in ...

    Article : 581 words
  8. A REAL CASE FOR SYMPATHY.

    Sir,—About twelve months ago I was a junior clerk in England, when a gentleman from Australia made me an offer to enter his office here, thinking I should prove an ...

    Article : 302 words
  9. OUR GULLIES AND REEFS.

    Where shall we find a fitting comparison for the present aspect of our descried gullies? Graveyards would suit us so far as loneliness is concerned, but would be wholly inapt ...

    Article : 1,576 words
  10. SUPREME COURT.

    Mr. Skinner asked when the Court would dispose of the Equity business? That was falling much into arrear. The Chief Justice said he understood Mr. ...

    Article : 2,270 words
  11. LORD DUNDONALD'S PLANS

    Some idea of the nature of the pla[?] posed by this gallant old sailor for struction of Croustadt and Sebastoped formed from the following account ...

    Article : 902 words
  12. PARIS EXHIBITION.

    The Palaces of Industry in Paris, now opened to the world, are three in number:- The Central Palace, the Palace of the Fine Arts, and the Palace of Machinery. These ...

    Article : 1,370 words
  13. NEW COURT.

    Mr. Higinbotham appeared for the plaintiff; Mr. Chapman and Mr. Fellows for the defendant. An action to recover the possession of some ...

    Article : 262 words
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