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  2. POLICE COURT.

    Before the Police Magistrate. Inebriates.—John Senior, charged by Constable Moir with being drunk and incapable, fined 10s; Cornelius Sullivan, ...

    Article : 1,059 words
  3. AN ATTEMPT TO CHLOROFORM RAILWAY PASSENGERS.

    The Oswego Times writes :--As the passenger train from Charlotte, on the Lake Shore road, was coming to this city, under the direction of Conductor Day, a peculiar smell was noticed by ...

    Article : 308 words
  4. MAIN LINE CALCULATIONS.

    SIR,—The attempt of the Chronicle to reply to your Tuesday's article in reference to the Main Line Railway is one of the most reckless that has emanated from that visionary ...

    Article : 246 words
  5. BANKRUPTCY COURT.

    Before J. Whitefoord, Esq., Commissioner. IN re B. W. CAMPION. An application was made by Mr R. B. Miller on behalf of Mr Eugene Callaghan, for an order ...

    Article : 805 words
  6. KEEP AMMONIA IN THE HOUSE.

    No housekeeper should be without a bottle of spirits of ammonia. For its medical properties it is valuable for household purposes. It is nearly as useful as soap, and its cheapness brings it ...

    Article : 488 words
  7. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Mr Alex. Clark, formerly of Sydney, has been appointed master of the model school. May 25. The Register urges, in view of the long cable ...

    Article : 428 words
  8. WELL-MAN OR WOE-MAN STREET.

    SIR,—Verily the title of a certain street on the Hill is a misnomer. It is not well for man, woman, or child to traverse it, especially in wet weather. Indeed, a certain amount of agility ...

    Article : 448 words
  9. CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR,—Your amusing contemporary the Chronicle is always a burning and shining light, but he never shines so brightly as when in the fulness of his humor he touches upon an ...

    Article : 209 words
  10. PRICE OF TIN ORE.

    DEAR SIR,—We notice from the enclosed extract from your paper some remarks about Tasmanian tin ore that has been sold in this market as compared with sales made in Launceston, ...

    Article : 293 words
  11. QUEENSLAND.

    The Singapore, which left Hong Kong on the 6th May, has arrived at Townsville. She landed 180 Chinese at Cooktown. She has three saloon and sixty steerage passengers for Sydney and ...

    Article : 145 words
  12. LATER COLONIAL NEWS.

    The Derwent arrived yesterday with five days later papers. We give the telegrams of news not before given, or in a amplification of those sent by our cable ...

    Article : 894 words
  13. SOME JAM AND JAM SUMS.

    SIR,—I hope you will not put me down as a conceited little boy for daring to point out a mistake which I think the Chronicle has made in telling people what all the jam exported from ...

    Article : 694 words
  14. NEW ZEALAND.

    After complete isolation from Europeans for over ten years, Tawhiao, the so-called Maori king, had a most cordial interview yesterday with Sir Donald M'Lean in the Waikato ...

    Article : 78 words
  15. SAMOA.

    Fiji news to the 10th May states that the Samoans have recognised the supremacy of the British authority, and are now quiet. H.M.S. Sapphire and the United States war steamer ...

    Article : 67 words
  16. VICTORIA.

    Pilot Rockett's house was totally destroyed by fire at 3 o'clock this morning. The cause of the fire is at present unknown. Nothing was saved. ...

    Article : 192 words
  17. WEDNESDAY, MAY 31.

    Before the Police Magistrate. The Court sat at 10 o'clock The Chinese Cracker Smuggling Case.—Barnard v. Day. James Barnard, ...

    Article : 3,076 words
  18. To the Editor of the Examiner.

    SIR,—When writing you on the subject of tin ore a day or two ago we find we omitted to draw attention to the difference in the smelting charges here and in ...

    Article : 193 words
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