Wednesday, October 21.—London, steamer from Sydney; Kent, ship, from London, via Plymouth, 74 days, 176 passengers; Mindora, ship, from Plymouth, 101 days, ...Article : 89 words
(Present — The Chairman, and Messrs Fraser, Weeks, Yates, O'Connor, and Williams.) The following are the rules, in an abstract ...Article : 799 words
MELBOURNE.—The slight improvement to which we referred yesterday, as having taken place in the import markets has been sustained, and there is a steady demand for ...Article : 111 words
As we gather intelligence from various sources, respecting the progress of events in India which has reached the colony, by the last mail steamer, we ...Article : 1,118 words
The Council met at three o'clock, p.m., yesterday (Wednesday.) Present—James Oddie, Esq., Chairman; and Councillors W. C. Smith, Tulloch, R. ...Article : 1,400 words
WATERLOO LEAD.—The Waterloo Company have broken into the drive of the Old Gravel Pits Company, and the "puzzle" of which we spoke ...Article : 301 words
A meeting was called by placard for half-past six on Wednesday (yesterday) evening, at Knight's Hotel on Soldier's Hill, for the purpose of considering the "extraordinary ...Article : 1,156 words
A new rush has taken place in a large gully called Snake Valley, situated about two miles from the township of Carngham, on the road to ...Article : 253 words
(Before C. W. Sherard, and S. Irwin Esqrs., J. P's.) DRUNK.—Mary Melville, fined 5s. POCKET PICKING.—Richard Edwards was ...Article : 1,010 words
THE RECENT BURGLARY CASE.—William Hudson and Thomas Maunders were charged with having burglariously entered and robbed the dwelling of John Lees. ...Article : 3,031 words
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