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  2. The CASE of the SHIP GULF of FINLAND.

    An important judgment has quite recently been given by the Supreme Court of Victoria upon a point which is full of interest for this and every other British colony possesing a Merine Board, Steam ...

    Article : 4,176 words
  3. OUR BRISBANE LETTER.

    This is the calm before the storm, and everybody is waiting for next week, when Parliament will open and the fight begin. I fancy that the Government intent to drown criticism by what is called a "spirited" ...

    Article : 1,875 words
  4. POLICE. CENTRAL, POLICE COURT.

    The Police Magistrate was assisted, yesterday, on the Criminal side by Messrs. Hunt, Moses, Armstrong, and Holden; and on the Summons side by Messrs. Alexander, Fraser, Bull, and Dr. Tebbutt. ...

    Article : 466 words
  5. QUARANTINE AT AUCKLAND.

    The New Zealand Herald of 25th June gives the following account, from its own reporter, of the quarantining of the passengers for New Zealand by the mail steamer City of New York:— ...

    Article : 2,141 words
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    Advertising : 1,053 words
  7. WATER. POLICE COURT.

    Yesterday, before the Wafer Police Magistrate, with Messrs. Gray, V. Brown, Hale, and others, a number of persons were punished for engaging in minor offences. Daniel Murphy, coachman, found guilty of assaulting ...

    Article : 127 words
  8. NEWTOWN POLICE COURT.

    Yesterday, before Dr. Tucker and Mr. Frank S. Fielder, George Burn, for wilfully impeding a railway officer at Newtown station, was fined £5', or two months in gaol; Darid Smith was proceeded against for a breach of the ...

    Article : 69 words
  9. CORONER'S INQUESTS.

    The City Coroner (Mr. II. Shiell, J.P.) held an inquest at the Willow Tree Inn, Victoria-street. Darlinghurst, yesterday, relative to the death of Mr. Walter M'Gill, a sculptor, who died suddenly at his residence, No. 126, ...

    Article : 339 words
  10. EXCESSIVE WOOL DUMPING.

    Sir,—The letter of Mr. W. W. Chard, in your issue of 30th ultimo, is certainly of some interest to thoso who are engaged in shipping wool from this port; but 1 think that Mr. Chard is drawing the long bow, and making matters ...

    Article : 518 words
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