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  2. Parliament.

    MR. PAL[?]ER laid upon the table regulations for the guidance of Volunteers DISTILLERIES. Mr WALSH gave notice thit he would ask for ...

    Article : 1,590 words
  3. Sydney.

    In consequence of the alleged neglect of the Government in meeting the requirements of the Inverell district, in the matter of railways, the people there threaten to petition for erection into ...

    Article : 3,374 words
  4. A Working Miner's View of the Mines Regulation Bill.

    CLAUSE 10 of the Rules and Regulations states that " when cages aro used in shafts beyond fifty yards in depth proper guides shall be fixed for the cages to run in." This needs no ...

    Article : 1,751 words
  5. Victoria.

    MR.BERRY returned on Tuesday, as anticipated, but though I regretted in my last that the glory of a night reception would bo wanting, D reckoned without my host or hosts, for a ...

    Article : 2,005 words
  6. An Explorer's Diary.

    Our principal oxploits at Powell's creek were in the eating line. I trust that all Queensalanders will not be credited with possessing unnatural appetites because we displayed so much voracity, ...

    Article : 2,478 words

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