H.M S. Falcon left Sydney on the 25th April last, bound for Malden Island and the New Hebrides; as regards the former, with a view to collect statistical details in connection with the working of the guano which that ...Article : 808 words
POLICE COURT TUESDAY, 27TH AUGUST, 1867— (Before J. Smith, Esq., P.M., J. H. Keys, F. White, and F. W. Thrum, Esqs., J.P.'s)—In the adjourned cases of William Fuz charging Robert M'Phail, and George ...Article : 444 words
We have received Brisbane papers to the 24th instant. The Courier of the 22nd publishes a highly satisfactory review ot the report on public education in the colony for the year 1866; remarking that the working ...Article : 1,941 words
In the lsst of the letters which Mr. Ruskin has addressed to his artisan correspondent in the north, we find some extraordinary testimony as to the brutality of the "mob of the street." ...Article : 345 words
A meeting of this Council took place on Wednesday evening Present—The Mayor, Aldermen Williams, Moore, Coughlan, Kingston, Hewitt, and Cullen. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and ...Article : 2,165 words
CORONER'S INQUEST.—An inquest was held before the City Coroner, at the Star Hotel, Balmain, respecting the death of A[?] Prestige, aged 52 years Mrs Isabella Mercer stated that about a fortnight Nathaniel ...Article : 3,452 words
DRUNKENNESS.—Lewis Blanchard and John M'Cully, for being drunk, were fined 5s. each; in default, twenty-four hours imprisonment. OBSCENE LANGUAGE.—Edwin Gould for making use of ...Article : 937 words
The new weapon selected by the Austrian Government is an invention of M. Werndl. Of the better known systems it most resembles the "Peabody." It is remarkable for its ...Article : 396 words
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