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  2. SOCIAL.

    The business done in the head post office of any town is generally one trustworthy means of getting at the population, and commercial importance of the town and district where such an office is situated. ...

    Article : 7,316 words
  3. THEATER ROYAL.

    The Theatre Royal was opened on Saturday night for the benefit of Mr Thomas King, a gentleman whose career as a musician in Ballarat has been a long one, and one in which be has won respect on all ...

    Article : 829 words
  4. CLUNES WEEKLY MINING REPORT.

    The Port Phillip Company having changed the day for cleaning up, the gold has not yet been retorted. The crosscut in the Glendonald shaft is progressing but slowly, the ground being very hard. ...

    Article : 320 words
  5. AMERICA.

    The following is No. 5 of our correspondent's communications, which we alluded to on Monday last as having, with No. 4, been received too late for insertion in its proper place in the series. ...

    Article : 2,657 words
  6. MR C. E. JONES AND HIS PROTECTION PRINCIPLES.

    SIR,—I notice in your lengthened report of Mr C. E. Jones's address last night to the electors of Ballarat East that he avows himself a strong Protectionist. Perhaps that gentleman will explain ...

    Article : 114 words
  7. DISTRICT POLICE COURT.

    There were no cases on the criminal list. CAUSE LIST. Mrs Scardivale v Bull, £6, wages; Mr Lewis for the plaintiff stated that she had been engaged by the ...

    Article : 402 words
  8. WARRENHEIP, AND THE BUNINYONGSHIRE COUNCIL.

    SIR,—I see by your report of the meeting of the Shire Council of Buninyong, that that body contrived to extract considerable amusement from a letter written by Mr Thomas Gray, "for and on ...

    Article : 308 words
  9. COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF SMYTHESDALE.

    Present—Councillors Tait, Keith, Papenhagen, Johnson, Alpen and Young. In the absence of the Mayor, Cr Papenhagen was voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read ...

    Article : 455 words
  10. THE TOLL-GATES AND THE BALLARATSHIRE COUNCIL.

    SIR,—Seeing by your paper that the toll gates are about being let again by the Shire Council for another twelve months, I would beg leave to ask the council, through your paper, if they will be kind ...

    Article : 435 words
  11. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    Business at the Corner on Saturday was moderately brisk, and in some instances advanced prices vere realised for scrip in mines about to break into gold. The gold-yield for the week and fortnight has ...

    Article : 995 words
  12. EXPLORATION IN THE CAPE HOWE COUNTRY.

    A report, of which the following [?]s a copy, has been received at the Geological Survey office, from Mr Norman Taylor, field geologist, in charge of the S.E. Gipps Land Reconnaissance Party:— ...

    Article : 610 words
  13. PROTECTION

    SIR,—Your correspondent the Sweep no doubt thinks his case a very hard one, but only listen [?] mine. Sir, I have been six years in the colony, and I have never yet got a single day's work at my ow[?] ...

    Article : 522 words
  14. THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.

    The Government Gazette of Friday night contains the following notifications:— LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.—Additional electoral returns have been received, showing that the ...

    Article : 452 words
  15. AGRICULTURAL

    There ia little of anything freeh to record in connection with this important branch of colonial industry, unless we except the recent show of the Ballarat Agricultural Society. The weather during ...

    Article : 2,343 words
  16. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

    SIR,—Feeling a little grieved at the remarks made by the judges of entire draught stock at the late show, to the effect that they regretted that the exhibitors in classes No. 2,3, and 4 in section A did ...

    Article : 75 words
  17. THE ELECTION FOR BALLARAT EAST.

    SIR,—Mr Semple, in his address to the electors at Golden Point, stated that he would support any rational scheme that might be proposed for the encouragement of native industry. Why did not Mr ...

    Article : 404 words
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