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  2. THE INQUIRER, Occulta vitia inquirere. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1851.

    We resume our inquiry into the merits of the proposed Land Regulations, taking it up where it terminated last week. We would here observe that we have passed over, and ...

    Article : 6,146 words
  3. To the Editor of the " Inquirer."

    We received the following too late for insertion under the usual hard:— SIR,—Will you oblige me by inserting a few lines in your journal contradictory to a paragraph in the ...

    Article : 156 words
  4. Police Intelligence.

    Sept. 5.—Richard Tolt, fined 5, for drunkerness james D[?]vies police constable, was fined, and [?]mediately dis[?]ssed from the police, for having ...

    Article : 277 words
  5. Local Intelligence.

    On Thursday last, an express a[?] from Fremantle, bringing intelligence of the whaling party at that place having discovered, on the north beach, a shale-boat, aupposed to belong to Mr. Dempster, of ...

    Article : 896 words
  6. Narrative of a Journey from York to Champion Bay, in the colony of Western Australia, during the months of May and June, 1851.

    PART 11.—The Irwin—Rich flat—Note of a bird— Appearance of the country—Vine Hill—Wanderring of the horses—Late start—short commons —Mount hill—The night watch—Southern flat ...

    Article : 4,026 words
  7. Swan River mechanics' Institute.

    According to Announcement in our advertising columns of last week, a Special General Meeting of the members of the a above Institute, took place at their temporary Heading Room (the Boys' school) in ...

    Article : 931 words
  8. Fremantle.

    A meatins was h[?] on Wednesday. the 25th ia[?] by the members and friends ot the independents, at on Rival Hotel, (Mr. C[?]), Freme[?], to enter in[?] a [?] for the perpose of c[?] ...

    Article : 278 words



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