The largest flood ever known at Smythesdale occurred on June 14. The Government has promised to revive the System of paying rewards for sharks caught in the bay. The wreck of the Loch Ard was sold by auction for £2,120. Mr. ...Article : 2,379 words
The presentation of the awards of the Humane Society of Victoria took place at the Town-hall on June 20. The chairman Mr. J. Wilks, having invited His Honour Sir Redmond Barry to Make the presentations:— ...Article : 906 words
The new buildings of Trinity College were inaugurated on June 17 at a largely-attended meeting, which was held in the lecture-hall of the new building, the Bishop of Melbourne presiding. Resolutions were passed affirming that the college was deserving ...Article : 2,206 words
We regret to record the death of Mr. James Purves, one of the very earliest pioneers of the colony He died June 17 at his residence Glen Isla Richmond Mr. Purves was born in Berwick On Tweed and came out to Tasmania at the age of 21. He ...Article : 312 words
The correspondent of The Argus, under date Palmorston, May. 22, reported :—The Chinese have been coming at the rate of a hundred a week since February, and though there have not been be many arrivals this month aa during the two preceding ...Article : 1,268 words
News reached Melbourne on June 14 of the arrival of the Steamer Cuzco in Portland with a broken shaft, she having reached that port after being 16 days under sail. Some of the passengers reached Melbourne on the following day. ...Article : 458 words
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