A public meeting of the inhabitants of Singleton, convened by advertisement, took place on Tuesday evennig, the 15th instant, at the Royal Pavilion, to consider the propriety of forming this town into a ...Article : 733 words
In this Exhibition, it is said that the Kingdom of Italy bears a very distinguished part. She has furnished no less than 80 statues, from 40 of her best artists The statue of "the Reading Girl," by Professor Rugeri, of ...Article : 882 words
SIR—Allow me, through the medium of your valuable journal, to call the attention ot the Maitland Road trust to the present disgraceful state of the road leading from the Pitnacree ferry to Largs, especially that ...Article : 906 words
Mr. John Mackenzie, the Government Examiner of the Southern Coal-fields, informs us that a few months since he discovered a magnificent seam of anthracite coal, and which he believes to be identical with the one worked at ...Article : 896 words
POLICE COURT.—Tuesday, August 15th, 1865.— (Before J. H. Cox, Esq., J.P.)—James Goodeyer, using threatening language towards Nathan Burrows, was bound over to keep the peace for three months—William ...Article : 185 words
The usual weekly meeting of this body was held on Wednesday evening. Present: Aldermen Wade, Olliffe, Smith, Wolstonholme, Mitchell, Pender, Gorrick. In the absence of the Mayor, Alderman Mitchell was voted ...Article : 1,503 words
HUMAN REMAINS FOUND IN A WELL.—This day, at ten a. m., as the builders working at Mir Stevens' house at Haydonton were drawing up a bucket of water from the well at the rear of the house occupied by Mrs. Maher, ...Article : 200 words
An accident of the most frightful character has taken place at Rednal, a station on the Shrewsbury and Chester Railway. A large excursion train, consisting of thirty-two carriages, and drawn by two powerful engines, was ...Article : 2,985 words
GUYRA AND GARA STATIONS.—This long-pending case, which had been referred to Messrs. Oliver and Greaves, has been submitted to an umpire, who, for a few days past, has taken all the evidence, which has been, as usual ...Article : 844 words
Mary Carr was broght up, charged with drunkenness. The bench discharged her. The same defendant was then charged with a breach of the Railway Act, 22 Vic., No. 19, sec. 22, interfering ...Article : 1,477 words
If these colonies have spare capital enough to establish banks for supplying their own monetary wants, they ought not to continue much longer dependant on an English company for the conveyance of mails between ...Article : 658 words
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