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  2. VICTORIA.

    By the General Jesup, which arrived yesterday morning, we have received copies of the Melbourne papers of August 25th, and the Geelong Advertiser of the 26th, from which ...

    Article : 2,697 words
  3. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    Mr. Belt for the plaintiff; Mr. Sandford for the defendant. This was a claim for specific performance of an agreement to sell a piece of land situate on Section 1019. ...

    Article : 1,009 words
  4. BRITISH AND FOREIGN GLEANINGS.

    ABOLITION OF GRAND JURIES.—A Bill has been prepared and brought in by Sir Frederick Thesiger, Mr. Walpole, and Mr. Hildyard, to dispense with the attendance of grand juries ...

    Article : 3,763 words
  5. WILLUNGA.

    Present—Messrs. S. Kelly, Brown, Leonard, and Poisten. The Poundkeeper's return was examined and approved of. ...

    Article : 148 words
  6. MOUNT BARKER.

    Present—Messrs. Gray (in the chair), Wedd, Menton, and Shepherdson. Mr. Wedd reported that the bridge near Harmon's stood in need of repair. ...

    Article : 248 words
  7. THE ELECTIONS IN FRANCE.

    The Moniteur announces the dissolution of the Legislative Body. The new elections are to continence on the 21st of June, and will last two days. The number of deputies for the ...

    Article : 1,220 words
  8. UPPER WAKEFIELD.

    There not Being enough members present to form a Quorum, the Council did not sit. ...

    Article : 21 words
  9. THE FRENCH LEGISLATURE.

    Even absolute power, based upon half a million of bayonets, made confident by a successful war and a politic diplomacy, supported by the instinct of bourse and bourgeoisie, must ...

    Article : 1,637 words
  10. SQUATTERS AND THEIR RUNS.

    Sir—I respectfully beg to draw your attention to Mr. J. B. Hughes's notice of motion in the House of Assembly regarding the future lessing of waste lands discovered in this ...

    Article : 527 words
  11. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    This insolvent came up for final hearing. In answer to the Court, she stated, through Mr Lowe, her attorney, that she had not filed her schedule because she bad compromised with all her creditors, who in consideration of ...

    Article : 105 words
  12. ABSTRACT OF THE DAY'S PROCEEDINGS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 33 words
  13. APPOINTMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 63 words
  14. POLICE COURTS.

    REFUSAL OF DUTY.—James Ford and John Earle, seamen of the Rebecca, were charged with refusal of duty on board that vessel. T. S. Downes, master, deposed that on his arrival he empowered his second mate to act ...

    Article : 232 words
  15. THE SATE OF WAGES

    Sir—I perceive that your quotations under the head of "Labour Market" are gradually rising higher and higher, while the extracts from the Melbourne papers, which you publish ...

    Article : 679 words
  16. MOUNT BARKER PLOUGHING MATCH.

    Judges—Messrs. Robert Rankine, Peter Anderson, and Joseph Cleggett. Seldom has the weather been more unfavourable, even in the capricious climate of Mount Barker, than on the ...

    Article : 2,400 words
  17. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    Present—Messrs. J. Ragless, jun. (Chairman), E. Bow-man, Folland, and Pitcher. Rates paid, £514s. Received from Messrs. R. Day and T. Haines letters ...

    Article : 272 words
  18. EAST TORRENS.

    Present—Messrs. P. Auld (Chairman), W. H. Baye, J. Brooks, W. H. Sutton, and J. Mitchell. A clerk attended from Messrs. Gwynne & Lawrence for the signatures of the Chairman to a warrant, calling ...

    Article : 451 words
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