The office of the Dundas Shire, situate In Hamilton, was destroyed by fire early on Sunday morning. All the books, papers, and documents were burnt. The ...Article : 259 words
The thirteenth annual exhibition of the Melton Mowbray Agricultural Association will be held on Thursday, the 7th December. The programme of the show, ...Article : 632 words
An inquest was held at the Marine Hotel on Friday, before Thomas Mason, Esq., Coroner, to ascertain the cause of death of Catha[?]ine Ellington, aged about ...Article : 2,489 words
On Thursday evening about 150 people assembled in the Municipal Chambers to witness the ven[?]ial entertainment as announced to take place by ...Article : 353 words
It will be seen by our submarine telegram from our Melbourne correspondent in this issue, that Mr Charles Ainsworth, second mate of the Barrabool, was ...Article : 1,093 words
Tea is without alteration [?] cotton, and sugar are steady. Cargoes of rice are in demand at the low prices ruling. Pepper is firm, but prices ...Article : 34 words
The Caswell, on which a mutiny and murders have occurred, has just arrived at Queenstown in low of the gunboat Goshawk, and the ghastly details of the ...Article : 1,232 words
The brig Thomas and Henry, of Geelong, lying in the stream at Newcast[?] was capsized on Sunday by a sudden squall, All hands were nearly ...Article : 413 words
On last Tuesday and Wednesday evenings we had the pleasure of a visit from Madame Richd[?]le's [?] with Mons. Laumont, [?] Not ...Article : 319 words
On Thursday evening the citizens of Hobart Town in general, and the members of his own congregation in particular, [?] to the esteem with which they ...Article : 2,524 words
SIR,—In your issue of the 29th July, under the head of "communicated." you published a statement of what took place at the Police Court here on the 19th ult., ...Article : 358 words
If once we efface The joys of the chase, If once we [?] the stud, Farewell to the Anglo Saxon race, ...Article : 666 words
The Assembly sat until 6 o'clock this morning debating the proposed increase of the tax upon [?] the Opposition talking against time to prevent its passing. ...Article : 102 words
Colonel Crawford's election committee met at Mr Foley's, Hamilton-on-Forth, on Thursday evening last, for the purpose of considering the proposal of several ...Article : 381 words
To-day has been observed as a public holiday, in celebration of Prince Alfred's birthday. Fine soaking rains fell yesterday and ...Article : 462 words
SIR,—You, Mr Editor, are supposed to know everything that concerns the public weal: Can you tell me the history of the Cemetery Company in ...Article : 119 words
SIR,—Allow me to think "A Student" for calling attention to the error which appeared in the last Gazette in reference to my professional title. ...Article : 173 words
The Sydney Morning Herald of August 8 publishes the following additional intelligence brought by the Singapore, and telegraphed from Cooktown. The news [?] ...Article : 299 words
SIR,—I am afraid that your numerous correspondents from this part of the coast are almost tiring your patience with the [?] and [?] of the proposed municipality ...Article : 699 words
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