(Before His Honor the Chief Justice). HOUSEBREAKING. James White, pleaded guilty to a charge of housebreaking at York, 'on the 24th May, and ...Article : 288 words
SIR,—I propose resuming the subject of Steam Navigation, in consequence of some suggestions offered, and information afforded to me by gentlemen, of considerable general ...Article : 823 words
The Brethern of the above Lodge held their sixth anniversary on saturday last, st. Johns day, when the Worshipful Master Bro. D. K. Congdon ...Article : 508 words
It is a pleasure to inform you that what with propitious weather, promising crops, the rising price of wool, and another butcher's shop, we begin to imagine things are taking ...Article : 342 words
SIR,—I am a poor farmer and have been a working man, and as much in favor of a cheap loaf as any one. There's been a good deal in the papers lately about the poor man's cheap loaf, but, Sir, ...Article : 210 words
On Thursday, June 29th, the Meeting of Protestants convened, upon requisition, by the Resident Magistrate, was held at the Court-house at one o'clock. Though the weather was ...Article : 388 words
A poor woman, the wife of a settler named Phillip McGowan, residing at Boyanup, about 13 miles from Bunbury on the Blackwood Road, was most cruelly murdered on the ...Article : 384 words
The mails arrived on the usual day, Saturday the 1st July, although we had been led to suppose that we should receive them three days earlier. With them ...Article : 6,474 words
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