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  2. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.

    The Times this morning comments on the Mining on Private Property Bill which has been before the Parliament of Victoria for some time past. The Times considers that the Crown ...

    Article : 292 words
  3. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS.

    Mr. Julian Harper (instructed by Mr. Leake) for the plaintiff; the Attorney General (instructed by Messrs. Stone and Burt) for the defendant. The Chief Justice, in delivering the judgment of ...

    Article : 1,520 words
  4. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN.

    WHY the dissolution, briefly announced in our last issue, should have come upon the community as a surprise is not very clear; but that it has done so is evident. To ...

    Article : 831 words
  5. THE "HERALD'S" LADIES' COLUMN.

    SIR,—Under the heading of its " Ladies' Column," the Herald in its issue of the 26th ulto., makes a most unwarrantable attack on a lady occupying a high position in our midst. I am ...

    Article : 571 words
  6. THE BEVERLEY MURDER.

    An inquest was held at York on Saturday upon the remains of Police coustable Hackett, who was so brutally murdered at Beverley on the previous night. The first witness examined was Mrs. ...

    Article : 893 words
  7. OCCASIONAL NOTES.

    THE R.M.S. Indus, with the fortnightly colonial mails, arrived at Albany on Tuesdays She brought three passengers for this colony.— Messrs. Strickland, Hassell, and Warner. ...

    Article : 2,591 words
  8. KARRI v. JARRAH.

    SIR,—I would not have troubled you with any further correspondence on this subject only for the misstatements contained in your correspondent's lettler, in your issue of the 26th ...

    Article : 1,077 words
  9. A RAILWAY TO EUCLA.

    SIR,—I must again revert to the subject of a railway to Eucla. There are many persons inclined to think that such a line will not pay for its construction, under the impression that the ...

    Article : 520 words
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  12. COUNTRY NEWS

    The steamer Lubra, which sailed for Albany on Friday last, conveyed from our shores Lady Broome and her son. It was generally understood down here that her ladyship intended ...

    Article : 1,105 words
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  14. WATER SUPPLY FOR THE CITY OF PERTH.

    SIR,—This importent question has been one which I have tried for years to bring my professional experience to bear on. I have devoted a great deal of time and labour in the attempt to ...

    Article : 1,685 words
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