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  2. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    Alexander Chisholm: His Honor granted insolvent his certificate on payment of expenses due. James Rodd : Certificate was granted after the report was considered. ...

    Article : 228 words
  3. CLERICAL SCANDAL.

    There is on trial in the Fourth District Court, with closed doors, the divorce case of Shimmins against Shimmins, residents of San Pablo. Mr. S. is a farmer, (and formerly lived at San Leandro. ...

    Article : 280 words
  4. AUSTRALIA AT THE CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION.

    Philadelphis. March 11th.—By a cable despatch from Sydney, N.S.W., the Colonial Secretary informs the directors of the Centennial Exhibition that New South Wales, Queenstown, South ...

    Article : 8 words
  5. [?]GREAT WALKING MATCH.

    New York, March 4th.—The 500 mile walking match between Westen and Judd came to an end so far as Judd is concerned, this afternoon. He was taken off the track in a very weak condition, ...

    Article : 18 words
  6. BRIGHAM YOUNG IN PRISON.

    SALT LAKE, March 11th.—The NEWS, the Church Organ, says that the imprisonment of Brigham Young is an indignity heaped on the head of a venerable and much respected gentleman, who has ...

    Article : 25 words
  7. POLICE COURTS.

    Twenty—two persons were brought up for drunkenness. Sixteen were either fined or imprisoned, the rest being cautioned and discharged. Ellen Thompson, supposed to be of ussound ...

    Article : 718 words
  8. A Remarkable Meteor.

    A METEOR of extraordinary size and [?] was observed last Thursday morning, about half-past 12 o'clock, in Melbourne, and at other places in Victoria. The ARCUS says: It travelled across ...

    Article : 194 words
  9. Murder on the High Seas.

    THE SOUTH AUSTRALLAN REGISTER reports last at the Port Adelaide Police Court, on the 12th instant, William Wilson, able seaman of H.M.S. Sappho, was charged by sergeant Doyle witatle ...

    Article : 375 words
  10. SUNDAY MUSIC.

    Sir,—Mr. Wrench deserves the thanks of the community for bringing under their notice the idea of open-air Sunday music in the public gardens. Although the proposal is combated by our very reverend and much respected Dean, it is ...

    Article : 284 words
  11. MATER POLICE COURT.

    Several drunkards were summarily dealt with. Thomas Summer bell, master of the steamship Maitland, was charged with having committed a breach of the 12Oth section of the Navigation ...

    Article : 296 words
  12. To the Editor

    Sir—By chance a copy of the EVENING NEWS, dated sin of April, 1875, has found its way to Spring Cove, where H.M.S. Sarrasouta, is at present performing quarantine; and as a letter appears in that issue. Under heading of the ship's ...

    Article : 237 words
  13. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,640 words
  14. AGRICULTURAL SCHOOLS.

    BOTH in Europe and America there is a growing impression that their colleges and schools give too much of their time to the classics, and to abstract knowledge, and too little to what is practical. ...

    Article : 1,463 words
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