STATE AID.—Mr. Macpherson postponed for [?]fortnight, the motion of which he had given notice relative to the resumption of State Aid to Beligion. ...Article : 1,719 words
GENTLEMEN—By taking advantage of the favorable opportunity which now presents itself, you may emancipate yourselves from that hither to hopeless condition in which you have ...Article : 551 words
POLICE COURT, TUESDAY, 14TH AUGUST 1866.—(Before George Bowman, sen., J. H. Keys, and F. W. Thrum, Esqs., J.P.'s).—James Smith, charged with drunkenness. It being the ...Article : 290 words
James Smith alias Foley, was brought up on a charge of aiding in the murder of constable Raymond, at Bargo. The prisoner, on being called upon to plead, handed inastatement to the ...Article : 460 words
Some stir has latterly been made about the coal at Cape Patterson, in Victoria, and some of the parties interested have been applying to the Victorian Government for further assistance in ...Article : 1,272 words
The usual weekly meeting of this body was held yesterday evening. Present: Aldermen Sim (in the chair), Meiklejohn, Dickson, Chambers, and Ling. The minutes of the ...Article : 1,090 words
THE PLOUGHING MATOH ON CUNDLE PLAINS.—The first public demonstration made by the Manning River Agricultural and Horticultural Society took the form of a ploughing ...Article : 743 words
POLICE OEFICE.—There were three cases on the list for hearing in our police court on Thursday last. Messrs. E. G. Cory, H. J. Lindeman, Robert Park, J. M'Cormick, G. Cory, ...Article : 908 words
John Wise, indicted for the commission of an indecent assault upon Ann Roberts, a child, of thirteen, was acquitted. Frederick Goodwin, indicted for stealing a ...Article : 441 words
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