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  2. STEAM COMMUNICATION VIA PANAMA.

    SIR—Among the events you have put the public in possession of, in the late news from England, there is one of vital importance to the Interests of this colony, and for which, though ...

    Article : 1,152 words
  3. COMMERCIAL RECORD.

    AN institution has been formed in Melbourne, having for its object the development of the resources of the colony. It is styled the Victoria Institute. The Argus ...

    Article : 871 words
  4. WATER POLICE OFFICE.—SATURDAY.

    George Dixon, belonging to the Phoenician, charged with wilful and continued disobedience of lawful commands, was found guilty, on the testimony of Captain Jonson, and ordered to be ...

    Article : 840 words
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    WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY.—The anniversary public meeting of the New South Wales Auxiliary to the Wesleyan Missionary Society, will be held this evening, in York-street Chapel. ...

    Article : 504 words
  6. VICTORIA.

    WE have received, by the City of Sydney steamer, Melbourne papers to the 29th ultime, being two days later than our previous summary. His Excellency Sir Charles Hotham was to hold ...

    Article : 905 words
  7. RAILWAY SHARES.

    SIR—My attontion has been drawn to that part of the letter of " A Humble Shareholder," where he says that " under the present regulations of the Sydney Railway Company it is ...

    Article : 384 words
  8. THE WAR PROCLAIMED.

    The suspense of a twelvemonth is at last ended; diplomacy has retired, and leaves the vindication of European law and order to righteous indignation wielding ...

    Article : 2,267 words
  9. DONATIONS TO THE AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM, DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE 1854.

    His Excellency the Governor—General.—A paradise duck (female), from New Zealand. James Buchanan Esq., Wide Bay.— A living white Goshawk, (Astur Novce-Hollandice,) Wide ...

    Article : 410 words
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    GEORGE III.—The Speaker told us several interesting ancodotes of the old King during his last melancholy years of m[?]dnoss, blindness, and, at last, uttor deafness, which he had himself heard ...

    Article : 473 words
  11. THE OPERATIVE NEWSPAPER.

    SIR,—Observing in your columns a few days buck a report of a meeting of operatives, held in the School of Arts, on Saturday last, I beg respectfully, through the medium of your widely ...

    Article : 1,214 words
  12. HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT.

    DEEPENIG OF THE HUNTER.—On Wednesday last, pursuant to advertisement, a preliminary meeting of persons favourable to the deepening and improvement of the Hunter was held at the ...

    Article : 1,197 words
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    SHOPLHTING.—On Friday morning, Mr. J. F. Watson, of Park-street, missed form his shop six or seven black mantles, valued at £12. No one in particular is suspected of the rebbery. About ...

    Article : 62 words
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