THE Hobson's Bay Railway was not sold, after all; but the Government was, likewise the company, completely. So also, in a very minor degree, was this present correspondent. The ...Article : 2,503 words
YESTERDAY was made the occasion of an interesting ceremony at the above school, when J. R. Dickson, Esq., M.L.A., distributed a number of prizes to the children attending the ...Article : 1,237 words
IN BANCO.—LAST DAY OF MICHAELMAS TERM. BEFORE his Honor Sir James Cockle, C.J., Mr. Justice Lutwyche, and Mr. Justice Lilley. ADMISSION OF ATTORNEYS. ...Article : 1,481 words
THE first sitting of the European Conference on the position of Eastern affairs, was held at Stamboul on December 12, General Ignatieff, the Russian Ambassader to the Porte, ...Article : 2,235 words
ONE of the most brilliant financial operations of late years (says the London correspondent of the Melbourne Argus) has been the floating of £3,000,000 of 4 per cent. Victorian debenture ...Article : 889 words
SIR,—Many thanks for your paragraph anent the necessity for play sheds in connection with our State schools, particularly the Leiehhardt-street schools. ...Article : 342 words
BEFORE Mr. F. Rawlins, Police Magistrate. MINOR OFFENCES.—One drunkard was cautioned and discharged; and two were fined 10s. each, in default, twenty-four hours' ...Article : 199 words
BEFORE his Honor Mr. Judge Paul. DEFENDED CASES. J. SCOTT v. A. RICHARDS.—£33, money lent. Mr. Power, instructed by Messrs. Macalister and ...Article : 1,518 words
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