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  2. AN ODD CASE.

    THE case of Joseph Toy, charged with attempting to murder his wife Ellen Toy, came under the notice of the Melbourne City Bench on March 21, when the prosecution was proceeded with. It appears that for some time prior to the 19th of February ...

    Article : 338 words
  3. ABORIGINALS IN MELBOURNE.

    TWENTY-TWO aboriginals presented themselves at the Chief Secretary's office in Melbourne on March 29, and the novel sight attracted a great deal of attention. They were accompanied by Messrs. Zox, Dow, and Deakin, M.L.A'S. Their object was to ...

    Article : 277 words
  4. A SINGULAR WILL CASE.

    AN application was made on March 24 to Mr. Justice Moles-worth, in the Supreme Court, for a rule calling on the executors of the will of the late Mr. George Lamont, late of St. James's Park, Hawthorn, but formerly of Stawell, a mine-owner, to show ...

    Article : 3,696 words
  5. THE SETTLEMENT OF PORT PHILLIP.

    THOSE who take an interest in the early days of this colony will welcome the following extracts from the diary of the late Admiral King, R.N., F.R.S., F.R.A.S., F.L.S., who, as Captain King, accompanied Sir Richard Bourke. Governor of ...

    Article : 5,126 words
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