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  2. THE RECENT DIVISION OF THE POLICE DISTRICT OF SYDNEY.

    SIR,—In a late number of the Herald, you announced the issue of a Supplement to the Government Gazette with a Ministerial notice enlarging the district attached to the Count of Petty Sessions held at the Water Polioce Office. ...

    Article : 941 words
  3. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,817 words
  4. THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND.

    By the Kanga[?] steamer we have Auckland papers to the 26th of June. The Weekly News of that date says:-There has been a signal succ[?]s gained by the Imporial ...

    Article : 4,172 words
  5. THE ENCOUNTER WITH MORGAN, AND[?] DEATH OF SERGT. MAGINNITY.

    It appears that early on Thursday, sergeant Maginnity, accompanied by constable Chur[?]hley, left Tam[?]mba for Copabell[?], a distance of twenty miles. On their return next morning, they encountered Morgan within five miles ...

    Article : 692 words
  6. SHORT WEIGHT OF HAY AT THE RAILWAY STATION.

    SIR,—A letter with the above [?]eading having this morning appeared in the Herald, I deem it my duty, as far as I am pereonally concerned, to reply to it, or, in other words, to verify the truth of the statement there made. Mr. ...

    Article : 383 words
  7. WHEAT SOWING AFTER THE FLOOD.

    SIR —In one of your leadors of Saturday last you say-"The statement made by Mr. Robertson, at the Relief Meetirg, to the ef[?]t that in by-gone times wheat was [?]own at Singleton in the month of August, after a great ...

    Article : 235 words
  8. FORGED CHEQUES.

    SIR,—The appliances of science and mechanical skill in the present day (as we have lately seen illustrated in so many instances), render the detection of forged cheques au exceedingly difficult matter, more especially when we hear of ...

    Article : 473 words
  9. VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE papers of the 30th ultimo are to hand. The following statement (says the Age), showing the number of leiters and newspapers received at and departched from Victoria per the P. and O. Co[?] ...

    Article : 1,451 words
  10. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR.—I see by the report I furnished on Friday last, and published in your issue of yesterday, that the names of Messrs. Baragry, Keethan, and White, through mistake were left out of the list of the master bakers who agreed to ...

    Article : 71 words
  11. BAD ROADS, WORSE WEATHER, AND WORSE LEGISLATION.

    SIR,—Long before the beginning of this memorable year of our Lord, it was clearly understood that plans and specific[?] of most of the work to be done on the main roads were forwarded to the heads of the department by the ...

    Article : 722 words
  12. PAWNBROKER'S INTEREST!

    SIR,—Happening to find yesterday near St. Mary's Church what appeared to be a dirty pound note, I piccked it up, saying "suppose it should be note for one or two hundred!" and such it actually proved to be; and that, not ...

    Article : 592 words
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