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  2. ALCOHOL.

    SIR,—I had resolved to l[?]t this controversy pass without comment, but so irritated am I with the letters of "Exempli Gratia" and "Nota Bene," that I must crave space for this. ...

    Article : 545 words
  3. THE SUEZ MAIL.

    THE anxiety about the Prince of Wales deepened at the end of last week, the death of the Earl of Chesterfield, who was with the Prince at Scarborough, and was ...

    Article : 3,723 words
  4. The Courier.

    WHATEVER may have been Mr. ROBERTSON'S success in the introduction of free selection into New South Wales, there is no doubt that in that colony is to be ...

    Article : 3,501 words
  5. DEATH OF MR. ANDREW PETRIE, SEN.

    THE death of the oldest free resident in our community and colony, is an event not to be allowed to happen without notice; and the aged, revered, and useful citizen who has just ...

    Article : 1,349 words
  6. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE F. Rawlins, Esq., Police Magistrate. DRINK.—One inebriate was brought up and discharged with a caution. UNREGISTERED DOGS.—Twelve persons were ...

    Article : 1,028 words
  7. AN EVENTFUL LIFE.

    EVERYBODY in Melbourne knows "the blind speculator"—Mr. Augustus Keith—who for so many yours has been a familiar figure in Collins-street, as he walked to and fro, leaning on the ...

    Article : 934 words
  8. THE POLYNESIAN QUESTION IN LONDON.

    A meeting was held yesterday, at the rooms of the Social Science Association for the purpose of considering the present state of the Polynesian slave trade question, with especial reference ...

    Article : 2,460 words
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