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  2. THE IMPERIAL EXTRADITION ACT.

    THE following is a copy of an Act passed by the Parliament of Great Britain to amend the Extradition Act of 1870, forwarded by Lord Kimberley for the information and guidance of the colonial authorities:— ...

    Article : 934 words
  3. NEWCASTLE.

    ON Saturday last, the District Coroner held an inquest, at the Galatea Hotel, on the body of Mr. John Howden, whose mysterious disappearance on Wednesday evening last has caused so much excitement lately in this city and the ...

    Article : 347 words
  4. COLONIAL INDUSTRY.

    A PUBLIC meeting was held in the Masonic Hall yesterday evening, " to take into consideration the best means of promoting the industries of the colony, and the necessity of providing employment for the rising generation." Mr. B. ...

    Article : 2,905 words
  5. SCHEDULE.

    The following list of crimes is to be construed according to the law existing in England or in a British possession (as the case may be) at the date of the alleged crime, whether by common law or by statute made before or after the passing of this Act:— ...

    Article : 374 words
  6. MINING NEWS.

    HILL END AND VICINITY.—In the Observer of Saturday it is reported that the result of the crushing from Paxton's, recorded in another place, and which was over 6½ oz. to the ton, is exceedingly satisfactory. We learn that the ...

    Article : 949 words
  7. THE EXPEDITION TO THE ENDEAVOUR RIVER.

    THE Brisbane Courier has been favoured with the following notes from a journal kept by one of the party sent upon this expedition:— The steamer Leichardt left Brisbane on the 15th of ...

    Article : 1,402 words
  8. FIJI.

    WE have news, via Auckland, to the 1st November. Referring to the charge of oppressive and iniquitons taxation brought against the present Fiji Government, the Gazette says:—" A glance at the ' Impost Act,' will show ...

    Article : 1,230 words
  9. NEW ZEALAND.

    WE have received files of Auckland papers to the 11th November. Sir James Fergusson visited Lyttelton on the 10th instant. A telegram in the Southern Cross states that the ...

    Article : 1,893 words
  10. SHEEP PADDOCKS.

    SIR,—Within the last two or three years, many hundreds of miles of three-ply galvanized iron and common iron fencing wire have been imported for the express purpose of enclosing the sheep pastures of our more wealthy wool ...

    Article : 2,130 words
  11. THE NEW MINING BILL.

    SIR,—As the new Mining Bill introduced by the Government is now under the consideration of the members of the Legislative Assembly, I wish respectfully, through the medium of your columns, to call their attention to a defect ...

    Article : 308 words
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