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  2. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    There has been very little stirring on the gold—fields during the past week, although from some districts we have accounts of an increase in the yield, in consequence of a more plentiful supply ...

    Article : 2,148 words
  3. ANTI-TRANSPORTATION LEAGUE.

    A very numerously attended meeting of the council of the Anti-Transportation League was held yesterday afternoon in the town clerk's office, city chambers. ...

    Article : 3,918 words
  4. SUPREME COURT.

    LITTLE V. WILLIAMS AND COURTNEY.—A suit to obtain an account of partnership properties in the Geelong find Ballaarat Railway, for the construction of which Little and Williams held a contract. The ...

    Article : 105 words
  5. INSOLVENT COURT.

    IN RE R.G. MYERS.—The insolvent was not in attendance. Nothing was done; and the meeting then closed. IN RE ALLAN FISHER.—The official assignce, Mr ...

    Article : 651 words
  6. ST. KILDA COUNCIL.

    The usual fortnightly meeting of this council was held in the town hall, last night. The following members were present:—The mayor, in the chair, Councillors Cowderoy, Sydes, Tullett, Ford, ...

    Article : 1,535 words
  7. AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

    Since the receipt of the advices of large shipments of breadstuffs for the colonies from Chili, almost all business in wheat und flour has been suspended, no purchases having taken place with the exception ...

    Article : 1,260 words
  8. LAW LIST.

    NEW COURT.—Sittings in Equity.—(Before his Honor Mr Justice Molesworth.)—Usual Thursday's business. COUNTY COURT. ...

    Article : 1,174 words
  9. CITY POLICE COURT.

    DRUNKARDS, &C.—Edward Hemley, Jane Ford, Ellen Ferguson, Ephraim Westuent, Mary J. Fauning and Michael Galvin, were fined 5s each for being drunk.—Mary A. Burkin, brought up for using obscene ...

    Article : 575 words
  10. SUBURBAN POLICE.

    RICHMOND.—(Messrs Templeton, Martin, Hull, M'Crao and Clarke were the presiding magistrates at this court, yesterday.) The business was not of any great importance.—Peers renewed his ...

    Article : 367 words
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