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  2. LAW. SUPREME COURT.—TUESDAY.

    BEFORE Mr. Justice Dickinson and a special jury of twelve. TROMESON v. HOGAN. This was on action for slander, to which the defendant had piseded not gullty and justification. The plaintiff's case had not ...

    Article : 54 words
  3. CENTRAL POLYNESIA.

    THE attention of the Imperial Government of Great Britain appeare to have been at length pracvically attracted towards the "island world" of the Pacific. In addition to the consulates already existing at the Society Islands and Samon it has been ...

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  4. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—It was not my intention to have noticed the one-sided report of the proceedings at the dectarntion of the poll at the election for the Western Boroughs, which found its way into your columns, nor the mendacious effusion of "an Eye Witness,' ...

    Article : 438 words
  5. NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON.

    WE have the New Zealand Spectator of 20th January. The only piece of news it contain, of any interest is the following account of a disastrous flood at the Hutt:—The late rains have caused a very heavy flood at the Hutt which, we are sorry ...

    Article : 427 words
  6. BANCO COURT.

    Before the Chief Justice and a jury of four. BUADRIDGE v. GARSED. This was an action of assumpsit brought William Bradridge, curveyor, against John Garsed, builder, for money said to be ...

    Article : 65 words
  7. BUSINESS FOR THIS DAY.

    JURY COURT.—Special juries of twelve: Thompson v. Hogan (part heard); Nowland v. Cift; Moore v. Skinner. BANCO COURT.—Bradridge v. Garsed (part heard); Andrews v. [?] Huris v. Quail; M'Muan v. Starr; Horsey v. Irish; ...

    Article : 70 words
  8. INSOLVENT COURT.

    BEFORE the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of Affred Sykes, an adjourned single meeting Insolvent was examined by Mr. Husband in reference to his [?] generally, and as to the transfer of his stock-in-trade. ...

    Article : 290 words
  9. AHURIRI.

    From Hawke's Bay we have news to the 9th of January. The Herald of the date announces the gratifying intelligence that the native hosstities which have so long existed, and had led to so lamentable a loss of life, are likely to be put a stop to ...

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  10. ALBURY.

    As the time draws near anticipations vary as to what is likely to be the result of next Tuesday's polling; the Owenites are confident, but the friends of Messrs. Hay and Macleay feel assured that the gentlemen to whom ...

    Article : 808 words
  11. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE Mr. Forbes, Mr. Nott, Mr. Eliott, Mr. Gordon, and Mr. Cooper. Eighteen persons were charged with having been found drunk in the steets, and, being convioted, were mulct in penalties ...

    Article : 4 words
  12. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—My attention having been directed to an article in the Herald of the 2nd instant, parporting to be a statement of the proceedings which took place on the declaration of the state of the polt for the Western Boreughs, and also to an advertisement ...

    Article : 16 words
  13. RYDE.

    MR. William Bragg for many years district constable here, having tendered his resignation to the proper authorities, on account of being physically unable to attend to the duties of his office, the Government has, In consideration of his length of service in ...

    Article : 1 words
  14. LOWER MURRUMBIDGEE.

    JANUARY 30TH, 1858.—BALRANALD.—ESCAPE OF PRISONERS.—About five months ago, a stockman employed on Mr. Baker's station (formerly Mackinloy's), on the Lower Darling, was one day missing, and his ...

    Article : 1,275 words
  15. WATER POLICE COURT.

    Bernaz the Water Police Magistrate, Captain Deloitte, and Mr. J. Bachaman. Edward Cooper, the master of the E. and A.R.M. steamship Simla, appeared on the information of John Grinotn, a steward of ...

    Article : 3 words
  16. TASMANIA

    WE have papers from Hobart Town and Launcestoa to the 30th ultimo. Several large and disastrous bush fires have occurred lately, and Immense tracts of country been laid waste by the ...

    Article : 904 words
  17. COUNTRY LAND SALES. On MONDAY, 1st MARCH, at eleven o'clock. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BATHURST.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 314 words
  18. ILLAWARRA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    THE annual exhibition of horticultural and agricultural produce, under the auspices of the a bove Society, took place on Thursday last. The weather was everything that could be desired—a clear sky, ...

    Article : 2,490 words
  19. On TUESDAY. 9th MARCH, at eleven o'clock. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GRAFTON.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 158 words
  20. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—I percetve that tenders are called for to constrnet a reservuir of Crown-street for the new water supply. This selection of such valuable land is in my opinion a sheer waste of the funds of the cltisens, as I am given to understand ...

    Article : 185 words
  21. On MOONDAY, 15th MARCH. at eleven o'clock. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TENTESFIELD.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 218 words
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