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    DIRECTLY anyone ventures to hint that the live stock exhibitors might and should be represented in the allpowerful executive committee, as they are paid the empty compliment of being in the almost powerless ...

    Article : 2,175 words
  3. Sir G. Bowen's Speech at the Opening of the Victorian Parliament.

    THE speech with which Sir GEORGE BOWEN opened the Victorian Parliament last week, and the acquiescence of the two Houses in the addresses in reply are just what might have been expected ...

    Article : 915 words
  4. Melbourne.

    PARLIAMENT has resumed, after the election of the Ministers, the Governor's speech has been delivered, and honourable members have ended their first week's business, which, in truth, is not ...

    Article : 904 words
  5. On Cattle Importation and Other Matters.

    "'OH, my country!" was what I exclaimed the other morning when I read in my HERALD—an extravagance I can't help indulging myself with—that the Assembly had knocked off two paltry sums of £25, a-year each ...

    Article : 3,390 words
  6. What to do with the Rival Knights.

    THE political need of the country caunot, apparently, be met without a dissolution, which would give the people an opportunity of returning to the House representatives more capable or better ...

    Article : 310 words



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