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  2. OVERLAND JOURNEY OF THE MESSRS. JARDINE TO PORT ALBANY.

    THE following communication from Mr. Jardine, the Police Magistrate of Somerset, to the Government of Queensland, appears in the Brisbane Courier of the 22nd instant:— ...

    Article : 1,269 words
  3. BRITISH COLUMBIA AND VANCOUVER ISLAND.

    FROM the Alta California of the 1st of April last, we extract the following remarks, shewing the circumstances under which it is now proposed to unite British Columbia and Vancouver Island. Hitherto they ...

    Article : 3,190 words
  4. SUPER ANNUATION ACT OF 1864.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,675 words
  5. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) BATHURST.

    The store of Mr. Tromer, at the Lagoon, twelve miles from Bathurst, was stuck up last night by three men, with masked faces. They took away money and goods to the value of £30. ...

    Article : 90 words
  6. FORBES.

    The prospects of this gold-field have of late been improving. The recently declared lead is considered payable. The police station at Currajong is broken up, and ...

    Article : 106 words
  7. WATER POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE Mr. T. C. Breillut and Mr. G. R. Dibbs. Sheik Ali, a lascar, for indecent exposure in Georgestreet, was fined 20s.; in default of payment, to be imprisoned for fourteen days. ...

    Article : 198 words
  8. MARYBOROUGH.

    A sugar company has been formed here—capital, £10,000, in 200 shares. £5000 wore subscribed at the first meeting. Mr. De Keating is appointed manager, and 1000 acres of land have been selected under the ...

    Article : 39 words
  9. MELBOURNE.

    Mr. Verdon, the Treasurer, is going to England on behalf of the Government, to arrange for the defences of the colony. An application has been made to the Government ...

    Article : 149 words
  10. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    Monday, June 26.—Charles Thorne, first, 10. Stephen Richardson, James Singer, Thomas F. Jackson, for examination. Tuesday, 27.—Duncan Ferguson, first, 10. Wednesday, 28.—Timothy Dricoll, James Laughton, second. ...

    Article : 443 words
  11. QUEENSCLIFF.

    ARRIVALS.—Wonga Wonga (s.), from Sydney; Retriever, hence for Calcutta, put back leaky; Bruce, from Glasgow; Melrose, from Mauritius; Monarch, from Newcastle; P. and O. Co.'s steamer ...

    Article : 49 words
  12. ADELAIDE.

    The mail brings no news from Adam Bay. The news from tins Northern runs is still very bad. The drought continues, but there is a sign of change of weather. ...

    Article : 149 words
  13. LAW PROCEEDINGS THIS DAY.

    TERM LIST.—Criminal Case.—The Queen v. Douglass. MOTIONS, &c.—Demurrers and Special Cases.—The AttoneyGeneral v. Josephson, demurrer; Boon v. Leitch, appeal case, Wagga Wagga; Ashworth v. Fairfac and another, demurrer; ...

    Article : 72 words
  14. BIELA'S COMET.

    SIR,—Mr. Tebbutt's letter in your issue of to-day, as usual, is attended with some practical results. I always hail with pleasure any count of these eccentric bodies, emanating from his pen. This remarkable object, by his computation, ...

    Article : 432 words
  15. Advertising

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    Advertising : 815 words
  16. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 531 words
  17. THE STAMP DUTIES BILL—RECEIPTS FOR MONEY. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—In your article of to-day on the above duties, you stat "that every receipt given for any sum of money amounting to forty shillings and upawards requires, according to the Schedule, a stamp of one penny. We are unable, ...

    Article : 290 words
  18. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE their Worships the Police Magistrate and Mr. Pinhey. Nine prisoners were brought up in custody, of whom three were discharged, and one was remanded. ...

    Article : 503 words
  19. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—I trust you will allow me through the medium of your columns to bring before the notice of the authorities the scandalous pracices that are carried on in a lane off Queen's-place, every Sunday morning. ...

    Article : 108 words
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