On Monday last Mr. Waugh met the electors in the Market Shed, according to announcement. The meeting was called for noon, but owing to the protracted departure of the steamer, and it being the Court of Requests day, it was between two and three ...Article : 1,888 words
On Wednesday Mr. C. Jenkins met the electors (as previously advertised) at the Sportsman's Arms, Wollongong. On the motion of Mr. GEO. ANDERSON, Mr. JOHN FARRAHER was called to the chair, on taking which he said, they were met to ...Article : 2,433 words
THE QUARTERLY LICENSING MEETING.—On last Tuesday Publicans' Licenses were granted to Messrs. Martin and Moon, Shellharbour; and to Messrs. Armstrong and Maxwell, Kiama. INDECENT EXPOSURE, IN THE STREET.—Mary Perry was ...Article : 243 words
The all engrossing topic of the day is the forthcoming election, and various are the surmises, as to which are the men we are about to send to Parliament. But it is generally believed, that East Camden will not be the model district of sending two ...Article : 517 words
Michael Head v. John Head.—This was an action to recover the sum of £3, being the value of a fence, which, it was alleged, the defendant had unlawfully destroyed. This case was adjourned from the previous court, to allow an opportunity for a witness to ascertain whether the fence had been ...Article : 630 words
SHOALHAVEN RACES.—Want of space compels us to omit a full account of these races, which came off on Mr. Berry's course at the Clear Ground on the 27th, 28th, and 29th ult. The first race, the Maiden Plate, was won, after three heats, by Mr. M'Garthy's ...Article : 397 words
Edward Boulanger appeared to answer the charge of obtaining a colt from G. Buchanan under false pretences. From the opening remarks of Mr. Owen it would appear that Mr. Boulamger visited the district some few weeks ago, when he purchased the colt in question, giving a cheque payable on the 29th ...Article : 668 words
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