The Melbourne Leader says:—Every one has heard of the Highlander who, attacked upon Hampstead heath by two armed highwaymen, resisted valiantly for half an hour. At last, ...Article : 835 words
In the Legislative Assembly on Thursday night the Hon. Commissioner of Railways laid upon the table a dispatch from the agent-general in reference to the communication which had been ...Article : 2,564 words
The Court sat at 10 o'clock. CHAPMAN, being &c., v. L. & W. RAILWAY Co. For plaintiff, Mr. R. P. Adams, Solicitor-General; for defendants, Mr. Collins (Douglas and Collins, ...Article : 7,486 words
A Blue Book, of 183 pages, was issued yesterday, containing the official correspondence which has taken place between the English and French Governments respecting the Treaty of ...Article : 733 words
There is now fair reason to hope that the alarming accident to Lady Charles Ker in the hunting-field, which has excited so warm an interest in all classes, will not end fatally. It ...Article : 1,245 words
The progress which technological education has made in Victoria has been commented upon repeatedly, and due meed of praise has been given to those who have superintended its rise ...Article : 812 words
A correspondent has asked us to publish the following from the Nation, whethor in approval of the deplorable spirit displayed or in reprobation, we know not. We, however, comply, ...Article : 963 words
On the 14th April official intelligence arrived in London that the woman Marguerite Dixblanc was arrested shortly before five o'clock on the morning of that day. The credit attaching to ...Article : 1,133 words
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