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  2. MARINE BOARD.

    An inquiry into the circumstances atending the wreck of the steamer Wotonga which occurred on the morning of the 2nd instant three-quarters of a mile south of Tanking Point Lighthouse was commenced on Wednesday ...

    Article : 2,402 words
  3. POLICE. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    The bench on the Criminal side fo the Court wns occupied vesterday by Messis. Dillon and Clarke, S.Ms. On the Summons side Messrs. Alexander, Bull, and Fraser were the sitting Justices. ...

    Article : 338 words
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  5. THE MACQUARIE NEW LIGHTHOUSE.

    Yesterday morning the apparatus for the electric light to be placed in the new Macquarie Lighthouse at South Head arrived in Port Jackson, on board the steamship Khedive. Before it was shipped on board the steamer the apparatus ...

    Article : 760 words
  6. WATER POLICE COURT.

    Messrs. Marsh and Buchanan, S.Ms., were assisted yesterday by Messrs. Penfold and Hale. James Coonan and Charles Harding, two boys, were brought up on charges of being found wanering about the ...

    Article : 1,651 words
  7. MR. J. P. ABBOTT AND THE STIPENDIARY MAGISTRACY.

    On Monday, January 9, Mr. J. P. Abbott, member for the Gunnedah Elecrorate, met his constituents at Quirindi, for the purpose of giving an account of his stewardship. In the course of his remarks Mr. Abbott is reported by the ...

    Article : 743 words
  8. MR. CARTER AND CROWN-STREET PUBLIC SCHOOL.

    Sir,—In the interests of truth and justice will you kindly insert the following. Mr. Carter, in his place in Parliament, on the 30th of November last—following Mr. M'Elhone, who had ...

    Article : 442 words
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