The Sessions of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery opened this morning at 11 o'clock, before His Honor Mr. Justice Dobson, and juries of twelve. A Second Court was presided ...Article : 4,011 words
The first thing that strikes a new arrival is the very limited space to which the town is confined; the mountains rising to a height of 2,000 feet, almost immediately at the back of the houses, ...Article : 911 words
BEFORE His Honor Sir Francis Smith, Knt., Chief Justice. The Solicitor-General prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. ...Article : 3,725 words
We find that in America the system of daily factories, first entered upon in 1851, has stood the test for nineteen years, and is now declared to be more economical as regards labour, buildings, ...Article : 2,091 words
SIR,—There are many conjectures about the site for the Railway Station at Hobart Town, and the line which should be adopted from the City to New Town. May I venture to suggest that the station ...Article : 278 words
The following communication from M. Guizot to the London Times will be read with interest at the present time:— " I think I may venture to say that no one ...Article : 1,134 words
We have New Zealand files to the 20th ult., from which we make the following extracts:— During the past two months 85,000oz. of gold have been received from the Thames. The ...Article : 1,125 words
For a long time the Mount Gambier folk have been considering the desirability of growing beetroot largely, and starting a sugar factory. The proposal has been constantly pressed upon ...Article : 757 words
SIR,—Will you oblige me by publishing in your journal the enclosed communication, from the Commissioner of Crown Lands, notifying the withdrawal from sale of certain lands on the South Esk River ...Article : 588 words
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