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  2. NEW ZEALAND.

    SIR,—Your dec;ared desore that justice should be done to the colonists of New Zealand, as well as to their turbulent M[?]ori co-residents, induces me to risk the favour of space in your mail summary for England, for the subjoined extract from the charge ...

    Article : 1,210 words
  3. QUEENSLAND

    The Guardian of that date states that a very serious accident occurred on Tuesday evening to a private of the 12th Regiment named Harris. It appears that Harris, who had been out during the afternoon, was ...

    Article : 641 words
  4. LAW.

    The trial of this case, which commenced on Thursday, was returned and concluded. It was an action upon complicated questions of accounts arising out of the dissolution of a former partnership between ...

    Article : 704 words
  5. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY FOR ENGLAND OF NEWS FROM JULY 22ND, TO AUGUST 22ND.

    A change has been made in the Ministry, by the appointment of Mr. Darvall as Attorney-General, in the place of Mr. Hargrave, who has taken the Solicitor-Generalship. Mr. Darvall's re-election for ...

    Article : 450 words
  6. BANCO COURT.

    A verdict for £43 2s. 8d. was taken in this case by consent. Mr. Stephen appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Windeyer for the defendant. ...

    Article : 292 words
  7. PUBLICATIONS FOR THE PRODUCTIVE CLASSES.

    IT is proposed to form a committee representing a number of persons who, without regard to religious denominations, will unite themselves together for the purpose of promoting, especially among the working ...

    Article : 359 words
  8. VICTORIA.

    We quote from the Argus as follows:— The Geelong correspondent of that journal states that the appeal to the volunteers of Victoria, to aid their fellow-colonists in New Zealand against the ...

    Article : 870 words
  9. VOLUNTEERS FROM NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SIR,—I agree withyou, that the agents of the New Zealand Government have reason to congratulate themselves at their success in obtaining such a satisfactory answer to their call for help from New South Wales. I have no hesitation in saying that their ...

    Article : 384 words
  10. IN EQUITY.

    The business disposed of in this Court involved [?] question of general interest. ...

    Article : 44 words
  11. METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT FRIDAY.

    This was an action to recover £81 7s. 6d the value of thirty-one tierces of beef shipped on board the [?]hilde by order of defendant. Shortly after this beef was put on board, complaints were inade of the bad smell from the ...

    Article : 201 words
  12. INTER-COLONIAL RIFLE MATCH.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 209 words
  13. THE NEW ZEALAND WAR.

    SIR,—As a member of the Sydney Volunteer Rifles, I should feel much obliged if the New Zealand deputy (Mr. Gorst) would give replies to the following queries through the medium of your valuable journal:— ...

    Article : 206 words
  14. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    In the estate of Samuel G. Fogg, a first meeting. Four debts were proved. In the estates of Alexander M'Cartney, James Hilt, and Frederick W. Robinson, single meetings. No creditors ...

    Article : 227 words
  15. THE ESCORTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 539 words
  16. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—Some of our worthy representatives may very justly have the credit of wasting the time of the House by talking a vast amount of twaddle. It is, doubtless, a weak point, and arises in some measure, by the desire of seeing themselves in your columns ...

    Article : 411 words
  17. WATER POLICE COURT.

    Edward Roach, charged with using drunk and riotous in George-street, was fined 40s., or to be imprisoned forty-eight hours. Albert B. Howell, master of the schooner Clarence ...

    Article : 454 words
  18. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    It will be in the remembrance of our readers that on the night of the 27th June, a female known as Margaret Gee was found murdered in the Outer Domain, and that James Donnelly and William Yeatman were taken into custody on ...

    Article : 2,038 words
  19. METEOROLOGY.

    SIR,—Will you oblige me by stating the height above the sea of the several stations whose meteorological reports you publish daily. The information sought is necessary, to enable your readera to compare the barometric observations. ...

    Article : 55 words
  20. NEW ZEALAND.

    The following quotations from the correspondent's letters of the Auckland daily papers will be read with interest:— Writing on the 9th from the Queen's Redoubt, ...

    Article : 1,847 words
  21. PETITION RELATIVE TO SCAB.

    SIR,—Your parliamentary report of my petition, presented by the Rev. Dr. Lang to the Legislative Assembly, on Wednesday, August the 19th, contains the following inaccuracies:— "By Dr. Lang, from Thomas Westropp, veterinary surgeon, ...

    Article : 139 words
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