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  2. THE ESTIMATES FOR 1886.

    In Saturday's Herald we gave the totals under the different heads of expenditure of the Government for the year 1886. We now give more detailed information:— Executive and Legislative.—The amounts required under[?] ...

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  3. THE GOVERNOR'S LEVEE.

    His Excellency Baron Carrington, held his first levee, at Government House, yesterday, and it was more largely attended than perhaps any other ceremony of the kind in the history of the colony. In fact, the attendance was so ...

    Article : 276 words
  4. THE PRESENTATIONS.

    Among those who attended with cards of entr[?]e were the Hon. Sir John Hay, President of the Legislative Council; Hon. E. Barton, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly; Hon. Sir James Martin, Chief Justice; Sir William ...

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  5. THE LATE E. BUTLER, Q.C.

    Sir,—In your issue of Tuesday, the 8th instant, there appears a letter under the hand of Mr. David Buchanan relative to the appointment of the late lamented Edward Butler, Q.C., to the office of Chief Justice, and he appeals ...

    Article : 482 words
  6. THE MARINE BOARD.

    Sir,—On Saturday I was in the company of some friends on board the steamer Bunya Bunya, and prior to starting from the wharf was told that when we returned a berth was vacant for us alongside the jetty for which the ...

    Article : 194 words
  7. THE ADDRESSES.

    After the members of the general public had been presented to his Excellency, a number of bodies attended and presented addresses to the Governor[?] The standing committee of the Synod of the Church of ...

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