The PRESIDENT took the chair at 5 minutes past 2 o'clock. PETITIONS. The Hon. G. M. WATERHOUSE presented a petition from 114 residents in the District of Highercombe, praying ...Article : 11,149 words
IMPOUNDING ACT.—Wm. Joyce, charged with having levied excessive damages on five head of Henry Gardner's cattle, impounded by him. Dismissed. FULL JURISDICTION (CIVIL). ...Article : 91 words
STAYT CATTLE.—Appledore, charged on the information of Inspector Reading with allowing four cows to stray about King William and Halifax streets on 27th July, was dismissed.—Andrew Murphy, charged with allowing one cow ...Article : 383 words
THREATENING LANGUAGE.—William and Thomas Truran were brought up on a warrant, granted for their apprehension, on the information of Andrew Truran, their father, charged with threatening him on the 2nd instant. Mr. ...Article : 246 words
BULL'S CREEK-ROAD.—On Tuesday, August 6, a meeting of ratepayers was held at the Hawkestone Arms, Mitcham, for the purpose of agreeing to a memorial for presentation to the House of Assembly, to ...Article : 1,432 words
On Tuesday evening; July 30, a public meeting of the inhabitants of Clare was held at Smith's Hotel. The evening being wet the attendance was but thin, there being little over 40 persons present. ...Article : 878 words
NOTICE OF MOTION: 1. Mr. FORSTER— " To ask the Honorable the Chief Secretary what Imperial Statute casts upon the Judges the functions of declaring on ...Article : 2,103 words
PARTY IN SEARCH OF MR. BURKE.—On Tuesday, Mr. John MoKinlay, the leader of the party about to start in search of Mr. Burke, was engaged with the Commissioner of Crown Lands and Inspector Hamilton ...Article : 297 words
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