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  2. INSOLVENT COURT.

    In the estate of William Richard Mills Sampson, a second meeting. Debts amounting to £138 4s. 6d. were proved. The insolvent not being present, the meeting was adjourned until the 8th of March, at 12 ...

    Article : 110 words
  3. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    On the drunkard's list there were ten coses, in five of which the parties were fined 20s., or 48 hours in gaol: two were fined 20s., [?] 24 hours; Bridget Muck and Ellen Price, were sentenced to three calendar months ...

    Article : 833 words
  4. AMERICA.

    The Niagara steamship, which left Boston on the 8th of November, arrived at Liverpool on Sunday, the 18th. Telegraphic despatches from Washington state that the United States Government was about ...

    Article : 441 words
  5. WOLLONGONG.

    TESTIMONIAL TO CHARLES THROSBY SMITH, Esq.— On the 14th instant, the subscribers to this testimonial invited Mr. Smith to dine with them, at the Commercial Hotel. At five o'clock the long room was ...

    Article : 264 words
  6. BINNALONG.

    FEBRUARY 16, 1855.—The little though progressing town of Binnalong which usually wears an aspect of the greatest serenity, has for some two or three weeks past been somewhat aroused from its apathy by the ...

    Article : 1,867 words
  7. OUR GENERALS.

    THE new rules which have just come into operation, declaring that promotion in the higher ranks of the army shall no longer depend upon seniority alone, will, we are sure, bring about results, the advantage of ...

    Article : 903 words
  8. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PATRIOTIC FUND.

    THE QUEEN having made an appeal to her subjects, both at home and in the colonies, in the form of a Commission, having for its object the collection of subscriptions to form a Fund for the Relief ef the Widows ...

    Article : 3,024 words
  9. FOREIGN EXTRACTS. (From the Illustrated London News' Correspondent.) FRANCE.

    THE care which the French press takes to publish constant statements and explanations of the necersary and natural delays which occur in the prosecution of the siege of Sebastopol—assurances that these delays ...

    Article : 1,038 words
  10. WATER POLICE.

    William Murray, Henry Beach, and Thomas Bittle, were arraigned upon the charge of desertion from the Nabob. The men were brought down from Newcastle. They were found guilty, and ordered to be imprisoned ...

    Article : 384 words
  11. PARRAMATTA.

    THE GOVERNOR—GENERAL'S VISIT, — On Saturday last, we were honoured with a visit from Sir William Denison, and it is a so [?]rce of regret to think that we had not even something in the shape of a hint of his ...

    Article : 710 words
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