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  2. AMERICA.

    We subjoin from the Home News, the Daily News, the Times, and other Papers, full particulars relative to the present state of affairs in America, and the conflict which took place ...

    Article : 6,518 words
  3. TELEGRAPHIC. NEWS.

    Flour is a shade better. Escorts, 36,000 ounces. The Provident Institute has stopped payment. ...

    Article : 474 words
  4. THE PARLIAMENT.

    The Speaker took the Chair at the usual hour. WASTE LANDS. THE COMMISSIONER OF CROWN LANDS laid upon the table a return of the surveys of ...

    Article : 9,706 words
  5. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    A great abundance of capital and a very low range in the value of money have been the leading features in City circles since the date of my last communication. Notwithstanding that the rate of ...

    Article : 1,632 words
  6. POLICE COURTS.

    REFUSING TO PAY CAB-HIRE—John Mcleod answered to the information of inspector Peterswaid ffor using subtle means and device to impost upon Her Majesty's subjects. The evidence went ...

    Article : 1,522 words
  7. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    Messrs. Ingleby and Boucaut for the plaintiffs; the Attorney-General for the defendants. This was an action brought by the assignees in the insolvent estate of William Patterson against ...

    Article : 1,956 words
  8. CARGOES EXPECTED.

    Per British Queen, 430 tons, sailed from London June 9—Printed cottons £80, worsted and stuffs £90, haberdashery £63, carpcts and rugs ...

    Article : 743 words
  9. SOUTH AUSTRALIA AT THE GREAT EXHIBITION.

    Subjoined is a copy of the minutes of a meeting of the South Australian Commissioners for the Great Exhibition; also of a letter from Mr. F.S. Dutton to His Excellency the Governor, and ...

    Article : 2,806 words
  10. BRITISH EXPORTS TO AUSTRALIA.

    The follwing is Messrs. Stables, Straker, and Co.'s Australian Circular:— 6, St. Helen's-place, London, July 16, 1862. The business of the past month approaches, in ...

    Article : 1,461 words
  11. THE MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS ALICE.

    The marriage of Her Royal Highness Princess Alice with Prince Louis of Hesse took Place on the lst July Privately at Osborne, the ceremony being Performed by the Archbishop ...

    Article : 1,050 words
  12. KAPUNDA.

    On His Excellency's upward trip to Auburn last week he paid a visit to St. John's Catholic Chapel in this neighbourhood.Last Sunday week a new Bible Christian Chapel ...

    Article : 234 words
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