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  2. DECISIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    THURSDAY, 7th March.—Sir A. Stephen, C. J., Hargrave, J., and Cheeke, J. WILLOUGHBY V. QUIGLEI.—Demurrer.—(Assault, false imprisonment, and malicious prosecution—"reasonable ...

    Article : 4,291 words
  3. NEW ZEALAND.

    NEW Zealand affairs are still disturbed without being exciting, or, I fear, very full of interest for outside spectators. The great Otago storm has subsided into a series of very discontented ...

    Article : 1,281 words
  4. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS.

    THE following is the half-yearly report of the state of the sheep in the colony of New South Wales, submitted by the Chief Inspector of Sheep for the information of the Minister for Lands:— ...

    Article : 512 words
  5. MR. PICK, THE GOLD MINER. LETTER XII.

    IT has always seemed a rum thing to me that Local Courts have never answered in New South Wales. I can't account for it, except from what I have before said, that the miners won't take any interest in public ...

    Article : 2,689 words
  6. RESUMPTION OF CERTAIN DEDICATED CROWN LANDS.

    THE bill introduced by Mr. Wilson is intended to authorise the resumption of the following lands:— 1. Ten acres in West and Murray streets in the town of Wentworth dedicated for an hospital by notice dated the ...

    Article : 496 words
  7. THE MELBOURNE CUSTOM-HOUSE AND MR. SHERIDAN MOORE.

    SIR,—I was surprised to find, in your issue of yesterday, a paragraph copied from the Melbourne Argus of the 20th instant, without being accompanied with my complete refutation of the erroneous statements it contains, as published ...

    Article : 213 words
  8. To the Editor of the Argus.

    Sir,—When a stranger comes to Melbourne and visits your Public Library, with its halls of art, your University, with its admirable museum, and your mechanics' institutes in city and suburbs, he cannot help acknowledging that the Legislature of ...

    Article : 812 words
  9. UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY.

    THE following is the Bill introduced by Mr. Martin to empower the Senate of the University of Sydney to confer Degrees in certain cases without Examination. Whereas in the Act of Council fourteenth Victoria ...

    Article : 850 words
  10. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—On looking over the speech of the Honorable the Colonial Secretary, as reported in your issue of the 24th instant, I find he has exultingly doomed the principal of the Roman Catholic Denominational teachers. Seeing that, ...

    Article : 693 words
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