We have to acknowledge the courtesy of the Benalla Ensign, in forwarding proofs of the inquest on Tuesday on Eilen Chute, who was murdered by her ...Article : 271 words
THERE are some anxious inquiries about the prospects of the Portland Railway, and what steps, it any the Committee is taking to secure its success. We may ...Article : 79 words
The following spite of the trial and conviction of Geary, for the murder of Brookhouse is from the Telegraph of the 20th :[?] ...Article : 1,070 words
By the Jessie Kelly, schooner, arriving here from Noumen last Saturday afternoon, we are received (via New Caledonia) intelligence of the lamentable death of Dr Patteson, ...Article : 613 words
A painful sensation was created yesterday morning upon the beach at the rumour that Mr T. Warburton, merchant in this town, Messrs Kingston, Robson, and ...Article : 464 words
The tender for the third and last section of the North-Eastern railway line, from Benalla to Wodonga, through Wangaratta, Chiltero, and Rutherglan, a ...Article : 29 words
Mr Grant, in rising to respond to the toast, deeply regretted that, on account of a very severe sore throat, his colleague, the Chief Secretary, was unable to reply ...Article : 1,066 words
The steamship Express, which left have last week for King's Island, returned to port again on Tuesday evening, with TI bales of wool and a quantity of loose ...Article : 102 words
On 22nd Nov. a thunderstorm of more than ordinary violence, passed over the town shortly before noon. The lighting, which was of that description called "chain," showed ...Article : 166 words
the following report of Mr Survivor Smith, who returned from the diggings on Sunday last, has been handed to us, Spectator, for publication :— ...Article : 378 words
There gentleman, who for a good number of years held a prominent position among Chinese merchants in Victoria, and who died on the 4th inst, was interred at the ...Article : 994 words
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