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  2. QUEENSLAND.

    THE following portions of our Brisbane correspondent's letter of the 6th instant, were omitted yesterday for want of room. He says:— The inhabitants of Drayton are still occupied with that fertile ...

    Article : 634 words
  3. PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. REVENUE FROM LAND SALES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 252 words
  4. LAW. SUPREME COURT.—FRIDAY.

    BEFORE the Primary Judge. CERTIFICATES. The certificates of discharge granted by the Chief Commissioner to John Wood, George Jordan, Michael ...

    Article : 382 words
  5. MACLEAY RIVER.

    28TH NOVEMBER.—On the afternoon of Saturday last a meeting in favour of State-aid to religion was held at the school house East Kempsey. Captain Thornton in the chair. Mr. Warne, J.P., opened the proceedings by a short speech in favour of State-aid, ...

    Article : 263 words
  6. PARRAMATTA.

    POLICW.—WEDNESDAY.—Before Mr. Byrnes, Henry Russell was charged with obtaining goods under raise pretences. Joseph Gates, innkeeper, said that prisoner came to his house, and ordered supper and bed. After he had his supper, witness found ...

    Article : 765 words
  7. WATER POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate, Mr. G. Elliott, Mr. Learmonth, and Mr. Raymond. Francis Hayes, boatbuilder, was charged with having maliciously injured a boat, the property of ...

    Article : 283 words
  8. COUNTRY NEWS.

    WITH reference to this year's clips, the Braidwood Observer states that the flock-masters could not have had more delightful weather for shearing operations, than that which has ushered in December, 1859. The heavy rain which fell a week or two ago ...

    Article : 2,173 words
  9. CALIFORNIA.

    BY the Tulsco, from San Francisco, we have nine days' later news, viz., to the 7th of October. The Herald of that date states that the first brick house ever constructed in California, was being pulled down. It was, says ...

    Article : 923 words
  10. METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT.

    BEFORE the Deputy Judge. HOWARD V. SCRUTTON. This was a claim for £5 4s., 5d. for groceries supplied, and for which, in defendant's absence, a ...

    Article : 420 words
  11. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    THE eleventh quarterly meeting of the City Council was held in the Town Hall, King-street, at noon, yesterday. Present—His Worship the Mayor, and Aldermen Speer, Sutherland, Watson, Oatley, Murphy, Northwood, Williams (who now for the first ...

    Article : 1,188 words
  12. SECOND COURT.

    Before Mr. Justice Dickinson. PERJURY. Edward Beaufort Cullen was indicted for having, at Sydney, on the 17th of August, 1859, committed wilful ...

    Article : 341 words
  13. WINDSOR.

    TRANSFER OF LICENSE.—At a quarterly meeting of the Bench, under the Publicans Act, on Tuesday, before Messrs. Ascough, Day, and Powell, a transfer was granted of the license of the Woolpack Inn, North Richmond, from Charles Eather, to William ...

    Article : 223 words
  14. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

    BEFOKE the Chief Justice. PERJURY. John Johnson was indicted for having committed wilful and corrupt perjury at the hearing and ...

    Article : 1,389 words
  15. CAMDEN.

    7TH DECEMBER.—A meeting, convened by public notice, was held yesterday evening, at the Court-house, to consider the adoption of a petition to the House of Assembly to continue the tea and sugar duties, and apply the revenue so raised exclusively to the ...

    Article : 1,161 words
  16. WOOLLOOMOOLOO BAY REGATTA.

    SIR,—Perhaps you can inform me whether we are to have the pleasure of witnessing a regatta in our beautiful bay this year. I am indeed sorry to hear the rumour going about to the effect that there will not be one. If such are true, hundreds of ...

    Article : 312 words
  17. INSOLVENCY COURT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 308 words
  18. LEGISLATION FOR TANNERS AND CURRIERS IN PARTICULAR.

    SIR,—It is high time that the country and the Press should put a veto upon class legislation, and should visit with ostracism any attempts to favour one set at the expense of the public at large. An impudent attempt is now being made to enable tanners ...

    Article : 136 words
  19. TO "CLERICUS," THE WRITER OF THE LETTER SIGNED AS ABOVE, IN THE Sydney Morning Herald OF THE 1ST DECEMBER.

    SIR,—I should esteem it as a favour if you would acquaint me with the name of the child to whom, as you allege, an objectionable book was presented by the Commissioners of National Education. ...

    Article : 408 words
  20. RESIGNATION OF THE ARMIDALE BENCH.

    THE following letter addressed to the Honorable the Colonial Secretary by five Justices of the Peace, residing in the district of Armidale, has been handed to us for publication:— ...

    Article : 264 words
  21. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE Mr. Warburton, Mr. M. M. Cohen, Mr. J. Hill, Mr. Asher, Mr. Jonas, Mr. Kettle, Mr. R. Hill. Eight persons, convicted of having been found drunk in the streets, were sentenced to pay 20s. each ...

    Article : 459 words
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