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  2. POLITICAL ECONOMY.

    E. CURSED money, cursed money! L. Dear me, what is the matter? why do you anathematise money? E. I curse money because people are always ...

    Article : 3,323 words
  3. MORETON BAY.

    BRISBANE, 21ST MARCH.—I observe that there has been a discussion in the Legislative Council about the temporary removal of the Judge from Moreton Bay. It is to be regretted that the conduct of Ministers in ...

    Article : 1,848 words
  4. LAW.

    BEFORE Mr. Justice Milford, CERTIFICATE. The certificate of discharge granted by the Chief Commissioner to James H. Campbell, was confirmed ...

    Article : 96 words
  5. COLONIAL PARLIAMENT.

    THE SPEAKER took the chair at twenty-nine minutes past three o'clock. On counting the members in the House it was found that there were not sufficient to form a quorum, those ...

    Article : 101 words
  6. SITTINGS FOR THE TRIAL OF CAUSES.

    Before Mr. Justice Dickinson and a jury of four. RANDLE V. BENNETT. This was an action upon a building contract, for extra work and labour &c., by the contractor. ...

    Article : 170 words
  7. MELBOURNE.

    TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1ST.—Parliament was prorogued on Thursday. At twenty minutes past ten o'clock Sir Henry Barkly entered the Council and dismissed both Houses to their homes. ...

    Article : 1,467 words
  8. BANCO COURT.

    Before the Chief Justice and a jury of four. SIMMONS V. BRIERLEY AND OTHERS. This was an action by a principal against agents, arising out of the set of transactions which have ...

    Article : 61 words
  9. THE ESCORTS.

    THE Western, Southern, and Northern Escorts have arrived during the week, and delivered at the Sydney branch of the Royal Mint the following quantities of gold dust:- Western: From Sofala, 629 ozs 8 dwts 16 grs; Bathurst 21 ozs ...

    Article : 414 words
  10. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    BEFORE the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of Thomas Lawless and Co., an adjourned certificate meeting. One of the insolvents being too ill to attend, the meeting adjourned until ...

    Article : 333 words
  11. DONATIONS TO THE AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM, DURING FEBRUARY, 1859.

    A YOUNG female Kangaroo (Macropus Major); a small living Tortoise (Emys), said to have been found imbedded in the carboniferous rock by the workmen engaged in the cuttings for the railway between Maitland and Stoney Creek Bridge, New South ...

    Article : 1,047 words
  12. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE Mr. Forbes, Mr. Moses, Mr. Cooper, and Mr. Peden. Thirteen persons were fined for drunkenness. George Marshall, convicted of having made use of ...

    Article : 653 words
  13. WATER POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate, Mr. G. Eliott, Mr. M. Moriarty, Major Wingate, and Mr. R. K. Wilson. Joseph Shorter, a seaman, belonging to the colonial ...

    Article : 470 words
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