THE large majority of twenty in favour of the second reading of the Constitution Amendment Bill took the country by surprise. The most sanguine of the friends of the Ministry had not ...Article : 2,464 words
SIR,—To those at the present time anxiously awaiting the arrival of the Mikado, now some days overdue, the question,—"Have we the best possible communication with Europe?" must possess considerable interest. As briefly ...Article : 457 words
BEFORE Mr. Justice HARGRAVE. STINSON V. STINSON. Mr. Windeyer, instructed by Messrs. Deane and Deane, applied on behalf of petitioner, Mrs. Helen citation and ...Article : 96 words
There has been spreading for some time an idea or hypothesis among the more philosophie medical men, and among the thoughtful "laity," that many species of disease have their sources in, and are scattered by, ...Article : 1,015 words
BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM MACPHERSON. A [?] meeting, One further debt was proved, E. Byrne, £2 2s. 6d. The official assignee, Mr. Humphery, ...Article : 2,163 words
BEFORE the Police Magistrate, with Messrs. Jolly, Reading, Oatley, Palmer, Goldring, and Smart. Five persons were fined for drunkenness. Joseph M'Guire was found guilty of wilful indecent ...Article : 511 words
BEFORE Sir JAMES MARTIN (Chief Jus[?]), Mr. Justice HARGRAVE, and Mr. Justice CHEEKE. THE QUEEN V. SOUTHERON—[?] CASE. This was a special case for the opinion of the Court from ...Article : 1,352 words
THE principal event of this wtek is the prorogation of Parliament, which took place on the 25th instant, at 4 p.m. Parliament was prorogued by his Excellency until the 28th July, but will probably not meet before ...Article : 1,401 words
BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate, with Messrs. Charlton and Lester. Five drunkards were brought up and fined. John M'Henry, for wilfully destroying a door, the ...Article : 213 words
THE following notices appear in the Government Gazette published yesterday. CADET CORPS.—John Dart has been appointed to be honorary Captain of the Mudgee Public Schools Cadet ...Article : 62 words
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.—The usual fornightly meeting took place on Wednesday evening. Present—The Mayor and Aldermen Gosper, Primrose, Beard, Turnor, D[?]n, and Moses. The minutes of the previous meeting were r[?]d ...Article : 396 words
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