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  2. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "AN AUSTRALIAN TRAVELLER"—Libellous. ...

    Article : 8 words
  3. THE CASE OF THE REV. MR. CHAUCER.

    On Thursday evening a public meeting was Held in Mr. Chambers a large room, Morpeth, for the purpose of expressing regret at the sentence passed on the Rev. Mr. Chancer, and to concert measures for the expression of the public sympathy and ...

    Article : 3,378 words
  4. WEEKLY CALENDAR.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 46 words
  5. GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR APRIL.

    KITCHEN GARDEN: Plant cabbages, celery, cauliflowers, strawberries. Sow peas, bro[?]li, lettuce, beans, onions, turnips, cabbage, radishes. Earth up celery. Cut down asparagus when ripe, and dress beds. Vacant space of the kitchen garden ...

    Article : 98 words
  6. MAITLAND MERCURY.

    MR. COWPER dealt very severely with the report of the committee on the unpaid magistracy —more severely than we remember observing him to do with any non-party matter for a long ...

    Article : 1,004 words
  7. NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT.

    Mr. WANT presented a petition from a number (196) of Chinese, setting forth that they had been subjected to serious injury and loss (upwards of £5000) on the 19th February last, by a riotous assemblage of Europeans and others at Lambing ...

    Article : 1,244 words
  8. MAITLAND DISTRICT COURT.

    In the case Hall v. Arnold, heard before the District Court West Maitland, at the last sittings but one, a motion for a new trial was made, it will be remembered. The following is the decision of his Honor Mr. District Judge Owen, upon the ...

    Article : 169 words
  9. THE OIDIUM.

    SIR—Any room you can spare me I am anxious should be devoted to the subject of wine-making, before the season passes, and must therefore defer answering the letter of "Frontignan" fully for the present. Meantime, if "Frontignan," or any other ...

    Article : 203 words
  10. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 34 words
  11. LANGUAGE USED BY THE CHIEF JUSTICE— REPORT OF COMMITTEE.

    Mr. Gray, as chairman, brought up yesterday the report of the select committee appointed last week to inquire into and report upon certain language used by the Chief Justice. The evidence taken was very brief, and the determination of the ...

    Article : 544 words
  12. MELBOURNE.

    Wednesday Evening.—Two Victorian horses, Morman and Gaffer Grey, have left for Sydney, on board the Rangatira.—In the Assembly, the estimate for gaols has been got through, and the house is discussing the education vote. The Local ...

    Article : 46 words
  13. UPPER HUNTER ELECTION.

    SCONE, 11TH APRIL, 1861.—This day being the time appointed for the nomination of a member to serve in the Legislative Assembly in room of the Hon. John Robertson, late representative for the Upper Hunter, the town and district ...

    Article : 288 words
  14. LICENSED PUBLIC HOUSES.

    The following is the bill to amend the laws relating to licensed public-houses, introduced yesterday by Mr. Rusden:- Whereas the laws now in force relating to licensed publichouses require amendment in the following particulars—Be it ...

    Article : 1,094 words
  15. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS.

    April 9.—Thomas James M'Grath, of No. 3, Sussex-street, Sydney, lately a publican. Liabilities, £738 7s. 7d. Assets— value of real property (mortgaged for £400), £500; of personal property, £10; total, £510. Deficit, £228 7s. 7d. Mr. Perry, ...

    Article : 5,423 words
  16. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    The Legislative Assembly met at half-past three o'clock. THE SPEAKER'S ILLNESS. The clerk stated that the Speaker was unable to attend in his place in consequence of indisposition. It was provided that, in ...

    Article : 1,615 words
  17. THE STORM IN A TEA-CUP.

    THE commitee of the Assembly, on the mighty invasion of the "privileges" of the house by the Chief Justice, had fortunately more good sense than the hon. members seemed to have as a mass, when ...

    Article : 401 words
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