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  2. FREMANTLE LITERARY INSTITUTE.

    The meeting of the Fremantle. Literary Institute took place at the reading room, Cliff Street, on the 3rd inst, when the attendance of members appeared much ...

    Article : 1,296 words
  3. VASSE.

    Since I wrote to yon last, nothing worth recording has happened here. We hare had a public meeting relative to the Road Committee certainly, but so little interest is taken here in ...

    Article : 642 words
  4. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.

    GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.—Yesterday's Government Gazette announces that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. William Wheatley to be ...

    Article : 730 words
  5. GINGIN.

    A robbery was lately committed on the premises of the Gingin Hotel. It was perpretated at night, while the landlord was entertaining a party at a hall. The sign—board ...

    Article : 86 words
  6. LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE.

    BY the kindness of Mr Compton we are in possession of a file of the Argus brought by the Kassa from Melbourne, containing news of a later ...

    Article : 178 words
  7. THE FIRST NAVAL BATTLE BE-

    By telegraph an account was received of a naval battle which occurred between French and Prussian vessels on the West Indian coast, on the 7th Nov. Later news errived ...

    Article : 347 words
  8. FREMANTLE.

    The quiet of Fremantle was disturbed on Monday evening between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock by calls of "Fire! Fire!!" and it was soon made apparent ...

    Article : 302 words
  9. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,511 words
  10. MISCELLANEOUS.

    WONDROUS INVENTION.—Our English mechanicians will have a bard nut to crack in accounting for an improvement in our public carriages. An American journal describes an ...

    Article : 1,289 words
  11. PREPARATION OF BRITISH WAR—SHIPS and FORTIFICATIONS.

    During the year 1870 there were built, or ordered to be built, for the British Navy, fifteen ironclad men-of-war. Of these the Sultan, 12 guns, 5234 tons, 1200-horse power ...

    Article : 534 words
  12. WAR FACTS, RUMOURS, AND INCIDENTS.

    The Strasburg fortifications have been repaired, and are now placed in a complete state of defence. A miller named Pouilly has been shot for ...

    Article : 1,511 words
  13. THE STONEHAMS AT THE TOWN HALL.

    Whenever His Excellency the Governor gives his patronage to an entertainment the result is a success as regards pounds, shillings, and pence; whenever an entertainment ...

    Article : 456 words
  14. ROAD STEAMERS.

    In a report of the proceedings in the Ceylon Legislative Council on the 16th Nov. last, the Colonial Secretary moved the first reading of the an ordinance to prolong the duration of the ...

    Article : 1,355 words
  15. AN APPOINTMENT FOR THE MARQUIS OF LORNE.

    An Indian journal says —"The intelligence conveyed by telegraph that her Majesty had granted her consent to the marriage of her Royal Highness Princess Louise with the ...

    Article : 210 words
  16. PERTH POLICE COURT.

    Benjamin Spense, expiree, charged by P.C. Cannanghton with loitering about town; cautioned. Thomas Connors, expiree, charged on warrant from Newcastle, with aiding and ...

    Article : 315 words
  17. A HINDOO ON ENGLAND.

    A farewell soiree was given at the Hanoversquare Rooms to the Badoo Keshub Chundersen, who in his address described at some length the impressions made upon him by his ...

    Article : 454 words
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