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  2. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES.

    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
  3. SOUTHERN NEWS.

    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
  4. THE ALLEGED MURDER OF A CHILD BY ITS MOTHER.

    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
  5. EVANDALE.

    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
  6. THE BARRABOOL AND QUEENSLAND COLLISION.

    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
  7. COMMERCIAL.

    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
  8. HORRIBLE MUTINY AND MURDER AT SEA.

    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
  9. (Australian Associated Press Telegrams.)

    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
  10. CARRICK.

    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
  11. PRESENTATION TO THE REV. J. W. SIMMONS.

    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
  12. CIRCULAR HEAD.

    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
  13. THE LAKE RIVER DISTRICT DEER HUNT.

    If once we efface The joys of the chase, If once we [?] the stud, Farewell to the Anglo Saxon race, ...

    Article : 666 words
  14. QUEENSLAND.

    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
  15. WEST DEVON.

    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
  16. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    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
  17. THE MULGRAVE SQUARE CEMETERY.

    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
  18. MEDICAL.

    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
  19. THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL.

    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
  20. THE PROPOSED MUNICIPALITY.

    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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