In re J. Charteris, of Magill, labourer; a final hearing. The accountant reported as follows:—"Liabilities, £141 6s. 41.; assets nil. The insolvent is a labouring man. He has kept no ...Article : 2,496 words
A meeting of the above Association WaS held at the Institute on Friday, February 19. There was a large attendance of members of the Association and others. ...Article : 8,777 words
A public meeting to protest against the continuance of transportation to Western Australia, and to decide upon a memorial to be forwarded to the Home Government on ...Article : 8,886 words
TWORT V. DUTTON.—Mr. Wigley for the plaintiff. and Mr. Daly for the defendant. Action for £46 6s. 8d., for wages. It appeared from the evidence that the plaintiff entered into an ...Article : 635 words
A public meeting was held in Pulteney-street Schoolroom on Friday evening, for the purpose of bearing from the Right Rev. Bishop Patteson an account of the Melanesian Mission. and to take ...Article : 1,211 words
John Lomond was charged with having assaulted and beaten his wife, Ann Lomond, at Paradise. Mr. Parker, who appeared on behalf of the complainant, applied to His Worship for ...Article : 515 words
About 12,000 bushels of wheat are now lying on the jetty, for which 4s. 10d. has been given by Messrs. Mudge & Teakle. A vessel is expected early next week to load it for Sydney. ...Article : 153 words
A fire broke out yesterday afternoon in a straw shed, belonging to Mr. Batten, saddler, at the rear of a weatherboard schoolroom, near the main street, and in the centre of the town. The smoke ...Article : 456 words
Sir—Keep up the ball—and more power to Mr. Tomkinson who first tossed it—keep it up, and let all who will have a kick at it. Let us not merely look and merely fools can do that. Sensible men ...Article : 436 words
Present—Councillors Birrell (in the chair), White, Morey, Nienaber, Scott, and Gooden. The Town Clerk was directed to require Smith and white to sign the contract for culverts. ...Article : 296 words
Sir—Owing to insprint in the Government Gazette, the police in your paper respecting the bottle picked up on the coast of New Zealand contains an error. ...Article : 91 words
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