We have received Honolulu papers to the 12th of March, inclusive, by way of Sydney. We have, however, more recent intelligence by way of S[?] Fiancisco to the 26th of that month, which w[?] ...Article : 1,734 words
A large meeting of the inhabitants of Footscray was held yesterday,in the Church of England School-room at that place. The meeting had been appointed at the Junction Hotel, but ...Article : 651 words
Paley asserts that although the marriage rite in almost all countries in the world has been made a religious ceremony, it, in its own ...Article : 5,386 words
The third Annual Conference of delegates from the various Temperance Societies throughout the colony was held yesterday, in the Temperance Hall, Russell-street. The proceedings were ...Article : 6,336 words
Mr. Ashor has been returned; also Mr. G. D. Lang, son of the Rev. Dr. Lang, for Tumut. Flour is firm; Gallego has been sold at 55s, per barrel. ...Article : 116 words
The following persons were fined 5s. each for drunkenness:—John Brown, Henry Booth, Margaret Costello, Georgo Kerridge, Hugh Jones, Daniel M'Finning, Jane Jamieson, Joseph ...Article : 180 words
The spectacular piece of "Azael," at the Theatre Royal, continues to attract overflowning houses. Last night, in consequence of the indisposition of Mr. Brooke, the part of Reuben was ...Article : 676 words
Sir,— I beg the favor of a few lines' space to notice the letter of your correspondent "A. Z." in this day's paper. I cannot admit thot "great and frequent" complaints have been made in ...Article : 300 words
The Committee of the M. F. C. met yesterday afternoon at the Parade Hotel, to reconsider the rules of the club. Mr. Bruce occupied the chair. ...Article : 462 words
Sir,—I am not surprised that your reporter (in the confusion which prevailed) did not hear all that passed. May I ask room, in your next issue, for a brief explanation with reference to ...Article : 383 words
Crown Paper.—[?]meson v. Mooro, appeal from Country Court at Beechworth, part heard. Cvill Causo Paper.—Burgess v.Shopherd, rule [?] to set aside judgment; Francis v. Coney, rule for ...Article : 54 words
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