We have before us the annual report of the Chief Inspector of Live Stook in Naw South. Waks, for the year 1874. It is dated November 12, 1875, and for speed in ...Article : 1,152 words
Ministers stated is answer to questions, that extra aooommodation would be provided in the Tamworth gaol with as little delay as possible; that correspondence between the Government ...Article : 1,659 words
[Evening News]—The settling of the races passed off satisfactorily to-day. Asiatic Circus and Japanese Troupe, under the direction of Mr. Hiscock, performed last ...Article : 60 words
[Evening News] — The Quarter Sessions commenced here to-day, before District Court Judge Wilkinson. Amelia Klein pleaded guilty to forgery and uttering. John Cook and John ...Article : 70 words
[Evening News.]—The election to fill the extraordinary vacancy caused by the retirement of Alderman Horn, took place yesterday, the 18th instant. The results were as follows: ...Article : 45 words
[Herald]—The Quarter Sessions, at which several cases of cattle-stealing were tried, are over. The drought has broken up. A steady rain ...Article : 29 words
[Herald.]—The stoamer Kolpie, when attempting to come up during the low state of the river, struck on a snag and sank yesterday afternoon, in about 10 feet of water, about ...Article : 50 words
[Herald]—Arrived. — Tararua (s), from Adelaide. Sailed. — Wimmera, ship, from London; Wentworth (s), at 6 p.m. ...Article : 22 words
[Evening News.]— The entries for the races last night were very good. Messrs. Rouse's and Browne's horses are here. The Church of England building will be ...Article : 40 words
[Herald.]—The Mail steamer China sailed at 11 o'olook this morning. Whout is quiet and unchanged, at 4s 8d. Friday. ...Article : 93 words
[Evening News]—A cruet and chalice have been stolen from the Roman Catholic Church, but it is likely the articles will shortly turn up, as the police are on the point of solving the ...Article : 53 words
[Evening News.]—The inquest on the remains of Thomas Joseph Nagle, who died from injuries received by burning through the ex plosion of a kerosene lamp on Tuesday, ...Article : 112 words
Ministers stated, in answer to questions, that one subsidy only would be paid to Gilehrist, Watt, and Co., the agents of the contractors for the Pacific Mail Service, the voyage having ...Article : 1,713 words
[Herald]—The Council was prorogued on 3rd January till April 4. The Governer intends referring the whole question of harbour works to a oompotent ...Article : 204 words
[Evening News]—At a meeting of the Municipal Council, on Tuesday, Mr. Louis Boyers was unanimously elected Mayor. ...Article : 21 words
[Herald]—The adjourned hospital case, Courtis v. Ramsay, came on for hearing this day. Mr. Davidson, of Mudgee, prosecuted, and Mr. Clarke defended Three witnesses ...Article : 52 words
[Herald]— The case of Kirk v. the Commissioner of Railways has concluded with a verdict for plaintiff of £ 77. The drought has broken, and heavy rains have ...Article : 246 words
Parliament has been prorogued to April 22. It is intended to give Sir Julius Vogel a public reception. Mr. Packer's murderers are not yet found. ...Article : 62 words
The mail via Torres Straits has been delivered in London. ...Article : 36 words
On the scoond day the opening competition was wall sustained, The sates will close on the 4th March. The following ships have arrived since the opening of the sales: — Renown, ...Article : 121 words
[Herald]—The Officials in Parliament Repeal Bill was rejected by the Assembly on the motion that the bill do not pass Some portions of wreckage were picked up ...Article : 384 words
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