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  2. THE CORPORATION.

    Sir—You call the attention of the public by a paragraph in your publication of the 10th last.,to the proceedings of the corporate body of this city and [?] happened to be present, perhaps you w[?] ...

    Article : 628 words
  3. THE DESPATCH ON THE CONVICT IMMIGRATION PREVENTION ACT.

    The Lieutenant-Governor transmits to the Legislative Council the copy of a despatch, with its enclosures, from the Right Honorable the [?]retary, dated 21th June, 1854 (No 2), relative to ...

    Article : 1,830 words
  4. COUNTY COURT OF BOURKE.

    The undefended causes of the October list were resumed this morning at ten o'clock before R. W. Pohlman, Esq., Judge of County Courts. MARSHALL V. HRNDRRSON AND ANOTHER. ...

    Article : 953 words
  5. CIRCUS NEIGHBORHOODS.

    Sir—Allow me. through your columns to show the public how business is transacted in the Colonial Secretary's office, and I am of opinion that you and they will agr[?] with me that Sir ...

    Article : 724 words
  6. INSOLVENT COURT.

    This was the second meeting in this estate. The insolvent was in attendance, assisted by Mr. Meule. The inselvent handed in an amended schedule, as directed to be filed at the last meeting. ...

    Article : 1,216 words
  7. A MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

    Sir—Allow me, along with your correspondent "A Lover of Art and a Friend of Victoris," whose letter appeared in your columns a few days ago, to thank you for your excellent idea of a musical ...

    Article : 142 words
  8. THE RECENT MURDER IN CHINA.

    Sir—I notice in the Argus of yesterday your remarks regarding the murder of Mr. Sturges, and feel confident, it such had been the case, information would have reached this place by the last ...

    Article : 286 words
  9. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    Sir—The clear and able manner in which you have pr[?]ved to the readers of the Argus that all fears about a want of employment in the colony are both ground[?]ess and silly, gives that paper an ...

    Article : 307 words
  10. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    PERU—The intelligence in yesterday's paper was stated by mistake to have been taken from Va[?]psraiso jour[?]als. It was kindly communicated by Mr. C. A. Manning, a passsenger on board the ...

    Article : 5,680 words
  11. PUBLIC TIMEPIECE.

    Sir—Seeing by the insertion of my last letter to you, that in the multinplicity of your business, and in your usual urbanity you do not overlook any suggestion made through the medi[?]m of your ...

    Article : 284 words
  12. THE QUEEN'S PREROGATIVE.

    Sur—You being a Raddient, wich you carnt deny, its not onlikly your disgusted that our grashus Suvran means for to exurcise her orthority, just for on[?]. Ows[?]ver, Sh[?] is:Godd bles her:so [?] ...

    Article : 356 words
  13. COUNCIL PAPER.

    The following are the provisions of " A Bill for the well Ordering of Common Lodging-Houses in the Colony of Victoria." Clause 1st. In citing the act it shall be sufficient ...

    Article : 1,215 words
  14. CONVICTS PREVENTION BILL.

    Sir—Any d[?]nbt which Sir Charles Hotham may entertain as to the course he must take on this question might be casily removed, if His Excellency would walk home to Toorak some evening, ...

    Article : 82 words
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