We have Tasmanian papers to the 25th ultimo, from Hobart Town, and to the 23rd ultimo, from Launceston. The news contained in them is not of great importance. The discovery of a gold-bearing ...Article : 430 words
Mr. STRANGWAYS moved— "That he have leave to introduce `A Bill intituled an Act to amend the Electoral Act, No. 12 of the 2lst Victoria.'" The amendments which he intended to propose provided for ...Article : 9,913 words
We have on former occasions invited attention to the efforts mads in Adelaide by an Institution known as the City Mission, to administer religious consolation, and also temporal relief to the many unfortunate families now ...Article : 528 words
The following is from the Argus of June 29:— Three thousand bags of Patna rice sold by auction at £18 per ton; black Irish, oats, 4s. to 4s. 1d, perbushal; and Scotch oats, at 3s. 2d Mr. Charles Brown reports the ...Article : 1,848 words
This was a first meeting for the proof of debts and appointment of assignees. Beyond this, no business of importance with reference to the estate was transacted. In Re ROBERT HAYMAN. ...Article : 408 words
On Friday, the 17th June, there was a goodly gathering of pupils, parents, teachers, and friends, at St. George's School, Gawler, some to witness, and others to take part in the preliminary examination ofthe schools. ...Article : 469 words
LARCENY.—Henry Haslam was charged with stealing a bottle of gin from the Britannia Hotel, Norwood. The evidence has been previously given in our police reports, and on this occasion was simply to the effect that the prisoner had ...Article : 647 words
Nothing has occurred since my last communication to you worthy of remark, until I saw in Thursday's impression of the Register a letter signed by persons animadverting on a report of that paper's correspondent, ...Article : 884 words
DRUNKENNESS.—George Lush was fined 10s. for being drunk, and endangering his life at the Railway Station. STEALING FROM THE PERSON.—Margaret Ryley, Margaret Kelly, and Ann Reordan, were charged with stealing from ...Article : 489 words
This was an action for a malicious prosecution by the defendant against the plaintiff. Mr. Stow appeared for the plaintiff, and the AttorneyGeneral for the defendant. ...Article : 1,204 words
EMBEZZLEMENT. — William Brown and Ricltard Omen, were charged with embezzling from the schooner Rebecca, a quantity of miscellaneous articles belonging to the captain of i that vessel. Mr. W. Boykett appeared as counsel for the ...Article : 803 words
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