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  2. CITY COUNCIL.

    Present: his Worship the Mayor, in the chair; Aldermen Hodgson, Hayward, Clowes, Reilly, Cosgrave; Councillors Eades, Walsh, Watson, Bell, Groom, Fulton, M'Grath, ...

    Article : 3,281 words
  3. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir,—As I in common with a large number of your country subscribers am desirous of furnishing our friends at home with the "Summary" of intelligence you so ably compile on ...

    Article : 249 words
  4. GEELONG.

    Astonishing accounts continue to be circulated about the "rush to Fiery Creek," and the richness of the shallow diggings there discovered; and these rumors have visibly ...

    Article : 399 words
  5. UNITED STATES.

    From our Francisco files we extract the following items of intelligence:- The accounts from the mines continue to be of the most encouraging nature. ...

    Article : 1,633 words
  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,331 words
  7. MOUNT BLACKWOOD.

    Sir,—Referring to a letter in your paper of this morning's date, signed "Quartz Minors," I beg to be permitted to offer my testimony in corroboration of the statements ...

    Article : 175 words
  8. MOUNT BLACKWOOD DIGGINGS.

    "What is Mount Blackwood like?" This question is frequently asked of a visitor from these diggings when in town. As it is likely to prove a very interesting place in many ...

    Article : 1,433 words
  9. THE CHEMISTS.

    Sir,—I have noticed with scorn and detestation many of the acts of our Government, for which we have to pay so dearly; and I would thank you particularly to notice the hard ...

    Article : 151 words
  10. THE PATENT LAW.

    Sir,—Your correspondent of yesterday (Mr. Merton) very justly complains of the present patent law. It is decidedly bad, and I have no doubt whatever prevents many inventions ...

    Article : 261 words
  11. FINED ONE SHILLING.

    My dear Argus,—I congratulate you on the lively manner in which you detail the sufferings of the editor of a witty contemporary. As far as I can gather the facts, concealed ...

    Article : 300 words
  12. EMERALD HILL.

    Sir,—I observe an announcement in your issue of this morning that the newly-appointed magistrate, J. R. Leake, Esq., is to act with Mr. Service at the Petty Sessions, ...

    Article : 183 words
  13. THE POST OFFIC[?].

    Sir,—I and several others have been suffering, for some time past, from the dishonesty of some one connected with the Post Office. We have complained more than once to the ...

    Article : 283 words
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