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  2. MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT.

    The Criminal fittings of this Court commenced on Monday morning, before his Honor Mr. Justice Milford. Mr. Darvall conducted the prosecutions. ...

    Article : 2,509 words
  3. CIVILISATION ; OR, DARK SCENES IN AUSTRALIA.

    My mother, dear! my mother, dear! exiled from thee on this dark shore, Mine eyes oft drop the scalding tear to think that we may meet no more. ...

    Article : 2,192 words
  4. CORRESPONDENCE.

    WE are not to be considered as identifying ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents, for even whilst our views may be dismetrically opposed to theirs we are always willing to give insertion to any ...

    Article : 51 words
  5. TREES AND PLANTS OF TROPICAL AUSTRALIA.

    SIR—In a previous communication I directed public attention in the existence of several species of medical plants, indiginous to Australia. My purpose at present is to give a short account of the ...

    Article : 624 words
  6. THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE."

    SIR—Will you inform myself and fellow miners if the Telegraph is still in existence, or whether it extends its circulation no farther than the city, whose appellation is prefixed to its title ? Judging ...

    Article : 1,166 words
  7. BUSHRANGING.

    Sir,—In looking over the late issue of your paper I perceive several accounts of the lawless doings of the gangs of bushrangers at present infesting the colony; their reckless, daring and lawless deeds ...

    Article : 1,034 words
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